Lewisville Independent School District Peters Colony Elementary School Campus Improvement Plan 2020-2021

 
Lewisville Independent School District Peters Colony Elementary School Campus Improvement Plan 2020-2021
Lewisville Independent School District
                                    Peters Colony Elementary School
                                         Campus Improvement Plan
                                                        2020-2021
                                   Accountability Rating: Not Rated: Declared State of Disaster

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Mission Statement
                           Students, staff and community design and implement a learning organization that provides engaging, innovative experiences every day.

                                                                                    Vision
                                                         All of our students enjoy thriving, productive lives in a future they create.

                                                                              Core Beliefs
                                                                                     We believe:

                                                         Every student is uniquely capable and deserves to be challenged each day.
                                                    Uninhibited learning depends on a safe, nurturing, inclusive and flexible environment.
                                                      An educated citizenry is essential for equal opportunity and a prosperous society.
                                                            Meaningful and relevant work engages students in profound learning.
                                        Critical thinking and problem solving today are necessary for students to be equipped for future challenges.
                                                                   Genuine transformation requires disruptive innovation.
                                                                  Education is the shared responsibility of the community.

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Table of Contents
Comprehensive Needs Assessment                                                                                                                                                       4
   Demographics                                                                                                                                                                      4
   Student Learning                                                                                                                                                                  6
   School Processes & Programs                                                                                                                                                       8
   Perceptions                                                                                                                                                                      10
Priority Problem Statements                                                                                                                                                         12
Comprehensive Needs Assessment Data Documentation                                                                                                                                   14
Goals                                                                                                                                                                               16
   Goal 1: Student Learning - Profound learning for students occurs when we provide meaningful and relevant educational opportunities. In LISD, we are preparing the
   dreamers to be the doers by developing engaged, collaborative learners who are equipped for success.                                                                             16
   Goal 2: Student Experience - A thriving student experience comes from an environment that engages and connects students to each other and with staff. In LISD, we know
   that students thrive when they are engaged in their learning and feel a sense of belonging in our schools. When students are provided enriching opportunities outside the
   classroom, they will find success not only in school but in their lives beyond our hallways.                                                                                     19
   Goal 3: Resource Stewardship - In LISD, when we say we want to be good stewards of our resources, we aren't just talking about taxpayer dollars. Resource stewardship is
   about three things: our time, talent and treasure. We will strike a positive work/life balance with our time, nurture our talents as educators through meaningful professional
   learning, and manage our treasure in a fiscally responsible way while still meeting student needs.                                                                               24
   Goal 4: Community Engagement - We believe education is a shared responsibility between our district and the communities we serve. Community engagement is critical to
   the success of LISD. Through intentional strategic partnerships at the campus and district level, we can tap into the deep well of community support for LISD to forge
   stronger bonds with our stakeholders and develop relationships to benefit schools, local businesses and the community.                                                           27
   Goal 5: Student Achievement/Safeguards                                                                                                                                           31
   Goal 6: State and Federal Mandates                                                                                                                                               32
Title I Personnel                                                                                                                                                                   37

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Comprehensive Needs Assessment
                                                                     Revised/Approved: September 24, 2020

Demographics
Demographics Summary

We, at Peters Colony Elementary, are a dedicated group of about 75 individuals who believe in growing students as both learners and leaders in a PK-5 elementary school setting.
Each staff member in the building, no matter what their role, knows how they impact student success at Peters Colony. Currently, we have about 590 PK-5 students.

Our school is located in The Colony, TX, nestled in the neighborhood near the intersection of North Colony Blvd. and John Yates Blvd. The Colony, Texas is a small town
adjacent to Frisco and Lewisville. The local economy is booming with new businesses and chain stores opening frequently. There are multiple four-year colleges within an hour
drive of Peters Colony (The University of North Texas (UNT), Texas Woman's University (TWU), UNT Frisco, TWU Dallas, Dallas Baptist University (DBU)). There are also
college extension campuses spread throughout the district. We work with these universities to place student observers and student teachers who are studying for a career in the
education field. Many past student teachers at Peters Colony ES have been hired for full-time positions on campus and throughout the district.

Below are the approximate demographics of our student population at the end of the 2018/19 school year:

               Ethnicity & Race                                      Other demographics

                   19% White                                         11.5% Mobility Rate

                   12% Black                                       12% Special Education

                 65% Hispanic                                      3% Gifted and Talented

                    1% Asian                                  37% English Language Learners

            3% Two or more races                               62% Free and Reduced Lunch

             < 1% Pacific Islander                                       43% At Risk

            < 1% American Indian                                   96.6% Attendance Rate

As a staff, we believe personal connections with students are imperative to student success. Rita Pierson says, "Kids don't learn from people they don't like." We pride ourselves in
being a Restorative Practices campus, where our focus is on restoring relationships rather than being solely focused on punitive consequences. All students participate in daily
connection activities where they build social skills and community with each other.

We also strongly believe in the power of the community in the success of our scholars. On campus, we house Communities in Schools (CIS) that works with families and students
in need alongside our two counselors. This program offers clothes and food (weekend snacks weekly to students and meal packages for long holidays to families) as well as
directing families in need to local charities for larger needs such as funding for rent and monthly bills. We have worked to build strong community partnerships with local
businesses including Boy Scouts of America, Cigna, Raising Canes, The Colony Chiropractic, McDonald's, and Kids Hope USA.

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As we enter the 2019/ 20 school year, we are eager to watch our population grow academically and socially, and for PCE to become a school of choice. This will also impact our
community engagement in positive ways!

Demographics Strengths

       PCES is located in an ethnically diverse community with representation from many states in the USA, multiple countries in Central and South
       America, and Somalia
       Having a multicultural student and staff composition creates an environment of awareness throughout our campus
       Our demographics aid in the formation and continuation of a two-way dual language program where students are learning academic and conversational English and
       Spanish during the normal school day
       Staff has been hired to reflect the cultural diversity of our students
       PCES has a high retention rate of classroom teachers and non-classroom teachers
       Staff members have a strong curriculum background and aid in the planning of curriculum for the district
       Staff members regularly present in staff meetings and organize professional developments using their personal strength
       100% of our classroom teachers are ESL certified
       Many of our staff members throughout the campus are CPI certified
       PCES staff is qualified and highly effective
       Instructional and administrative aides have passed LISD's rigorous screening interviews. They have earned a minimum amount of college credit courses as well as
       attending professional development opportunities to support their position.
       Professional development opportunities are available throughout the school year (both during and after contract hours), during the summer (earning credit towards days off
       during the contract period), in-person throughout the district, on campus opportunities, online professional development, and book studies. Professional development
       classes are assigned based on staff and campus goals as well as having options based on staff own professional goals and needs.

Problem Statements Identifying Demographics Needs

Problem Statement 1 (Prioritized): Less than 5% of parents consistently volunteer on campus. Root Cause: Parents work multiple jobs during the school day as well as caring
for younger siblings.

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Student Learning
Student Learning Summary

Curriculum, instruction, and assessment at Peters Colony are all based around the state standards as well as local standards and culture. We use data from past years to improve
our instruction as a whole. We look at information collected on students' strengths and weaknesses in order to modify instruction to attain the results we desire. Many of our staff
members serve on district curriculum planning committees, all staff members modify instruction to keep students engaged, and staff members are expected to use assessment data
to plan. It is because of this process that our students are able to grow academically.

                                                                    Spring 2019 STAAR Passing Percentages

                                             Subject                 Total AA Hisp White 2 or More Econ Dis SPED BIL ESL
                                           3rd Reading                74% 72% 75% 71%         ---   67%     40% 82% ---
                                           4th Reading                78% 60% 75% 95%       100%     77%     50% 40%  ---
                                     5th Reading (all admin)          89% 100% 87% 93%        ---    86%     72% 79% 75%
                                        3rd Mathematics              76% 56% 78% 82%          ---   68%      20% 91%  ---
                                         4th Mathematics             79%   70% 80% 76%      86%      78%     17% 57%  ---
                                   5th Mathematics (all admin)       90% 100% 89% 93%         ---    86%     50% 87% 63%
                                           4th Writing                68% 56% 69% 67%        86%     63%    33% 75% 58%
                                             5th Science             72%      80% 70% 87%                ---        64%      47% 75% 50%

Student Learning Strengths

       Simultaneous literacy in two-way dual language programs to ensure a solid foundation of literacy in English and Spanish
       Staff members on district curriculum writing committees for various subject areas in both English and Spanish
       Set the expectations for lesson plan format and due dates each week
       Training on an implementation of formative and summative assessments
       Training for new staff on curriculum guides for each grade level
       Professional Learning Communities for each grade level focus on students' strengths and needs
       RtI, 504, and ARD Committee meetings focus on the students' current strengths and areas for growth
       Dual language students, on average, outperform students in the English-only classrooms on STAAR tests in 3rd-5th grade

Problem Statements Identifying Student Learning Needs

Problem Statement 1 (Prioritized): 44% of students are leaving kindergarten reading on grade level. Root Cause: Students are having to learn basic letter knowledge skills
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before they are able to put this knowledge to use. Students also need increased time in a guided reading setting for indivudalized support.

Problem Statement 2 (Prioritized): 51% of students are leaving first grade reading on grade level. Root Cause: Students are struggling to progress faster than the expected rate
because they are entering first grade behind where they need to be.

Problem Statement 3 (Prioritized): 58% of second graders, 64% of third graders, 71% of fourth graders, and 69% of fifth graders are leaving their grade levels reading on a Tier
1, according to iStation. Root Cause: There may be some fatigue or other testing concerns using the same reading assessment for multiple years in a row. This does not match the
percentage of students passing their STAAR reading tests or benchmarks.

Problem Statement 4 (Prioritized): 68% of 4th grade students were successful on the writing STAAR test. Root Cause: Although this is an improvement from previous years,
there is still a need for campus-wide focus on writing in order to ensure students are entering four grade with the foundational skills needed to be successful.

Problem Statement 5 (Prioritized): 72% (reading) and 56% (math) of third grade African American students were successful on the math and reading STAAR tests.

Problem Statement 6 (Prioritized): 67% of fourth grade white students were successful on the writing STAAR test.

Problem Statement 7 (Prioritized): Special Education students are passing the STAAR tests at a lower rate than any other sub-population.

Problem Statement 8 (Prioritized): Fourth grade students (in the 2018-2019 school year) are passing the reading and math STAARs at a lower rate than the same group of
students taking the test in third grade (during the 2017-2018 school year)

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School Processes & Programs
School Processes & Programs Summary

Peters Colony staff is qualified and highly effective. Educators keep abreast of the development of creative and innovative techniques. Staff has the opportunity to build capacity
through clusters and coaching. Campus teachers participate in regular professional development. Trend walkthrough data will be utilized to strengthen and develop individual
growth in the area of effective instructional strategies. New teachers are assigned a veteran teacher on campus as well as through the district to aid in professional growth.

All curriculum taught on campus follows the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and English Language Proficiency Standards (ELPS) for the assigned grade levels.
The curriculum for each subject area is planned by a district curriculum writing committee that is comprised of district writers as well as campus teachers. The fidelity of
implementation is monitored through walkthroughs in the campus conducted by administrators and district professionals. The students' retention and ability to synthesize
information is monitored through formative and summative assessments.

Technology is available to students in prekindergarten through fifth grade. Peters Colony ES has iPads, MacBook Airs, Google Chromebooks, and personal computers available
to students. A campus technology committee is in place to help teachers learn more about technology; district technology professionals are available to assist staff and students.
Fourth and fifth grade students have the opportunity to rent an iPad for the school year that can be taken home. All fifth grade students create an ePortfolio to store work for the
remainder of their time in the district.

Peters Colony is a diverse community that works together to improve the lives and education of our students. We have many students who come from poverty, and PCES is a safe
place for students to interact and learn from each other as well as staff members. Staff, students, and parents work together to bridge understanding of culturally diverse
communities and students' needs. Staff and parents feel that PCES respects the unique contributions of all people
to the culture and climate of the school.

Discipline data shows that 86.2% of the office referrals that resulted in some sort of consequence (from a student conference where the parent was called through a DAEP referral)
were written for male students. In order to increase positive behaviors, our counselors, administrators, special education staff, and in-school suspension aide work on processing
behaviors, restorative practices, and building relationships with students and families. When students are removed from the general education classroom, it is a result of a behavior
that puts other students in danger (punching, throwing objects, running from assigned areas, fighting, etc.). If a student is removed for the classroom for a non-safety issue, it is
usually as a last resort when the classroom has become too much of a distraction to complete their work. These students are regularly returned to the classroom once work is
completed.

School Processes & Programs Strengths

       PCES has a high retention rate of classroom teachers and non-classroom teachers
       Staff members have a strong curriculum background and aid in the planning of curriculum for the district
       Staff members regularly present in staff meetings and organize professional developments using their personal strengths
       100% of our classroom teachers are ESL certified
       Many of our staff members are CPI certified
       PCES staff is qualified and highly effective
       High retention rate for staff members (average teacher is between 11-20 years of experience)
       Shared decision making across the campus
       Transparency of information shared through social media, family calls, and websites
       Staff has been trained and know what warning signs to look for in the area of bullying
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Content and language objectives are posted and reviewed for each subject area
       Professional Learning Communities are set and routinely scheduled
       Restorative Practices are being utilized on all grade levels

Problem Statements Identifying School Processes & Programs Needs

Problem Statement 1 (Prioritized): 86.2% of office referrals resulting in a consequence from the office are written for male students. Root Cause: Office discipline reports for
students include situations that remove students from the general education environment.

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Perceptions
Perceptions Summary

Peters Colony ES creates a home to school connection through consistent communication with parents and families. All families are contacted by students' advising teachers
within the first few weeks of school to build rapport. All families are invited to any meetings about academic or behavioral concerns involving their students. This includes RtI,
504, and ARD committee meetings. All teachers offer face-to-face or telephone parent conferences at least twice a year for all students. At these meetings, parents are given
resources and ideas about how to support their students' academic and social growth in order to be successful.

Parents are involved through meetings and communications involving their personal students as well as opportunities to volunteer and lead on campus. Volunteer opportunities
include helping with arrival and dismissal routines, helping during lunch or recess, laminating and making copies, or volunteering in classrooms. Leadership opportunities include
serving on our Building Leadership Team as a parent or community volunteer, leading activities such as the Panther Prowl Fun Run or book fair, or serving as a board member
with our Parent Teacher Association (PTA) organization. We have also had community support by The Colony Animal Shelter during our National Elementary Honor Society
supply drive; local restaurants and doctors during our Health and Fitness Night; mentor programs offered for 3rd-5th grade students; and multiple community members
volunteering their day to be a part of our career day event.

Although teachers allow parents to volunteer and be a part of the classroom, it is not an expectation. Teachers in younger grades (PreK-1st grade) have more parental involvement
during activities such as class parties and field trips. Through conversations with parents, communication directly from teachers (phone calls, text messages, and emails) are the
most effective forms of communication. For mass communications, Skylert calls are the most effective at the beginning of the year, and Facebook is valuable throughout the year.
The least valuable forms of communication for our parents are Twitter and our marquee. All communication (except the marquee due to space) is distributed in both English and
Spanish. Communication directly from the teacher is offered in the language of strength for the parent. We have many bilingual (English/Spanish) staff members as well as a
translator aide available.

We have an open invitation to parents and community members to attend Building Leadership Team meetings held at 3:15 on Thursdays once a nine weeks. Parents, community
members, and a district representative participated. The Campus Needs Assessment and Campus Improvement Plan were developed, reviewed, revised, and implemented by this
team. Our campus also has an open-door policy where parents and community members are able to meet with administrators and a translator, if needed, to voice concerns. This
enables parents to communicate directly to leadership in the language that they are most comfortable.

Community partnerships are built through direct communication from our campus to businesses (including partnerships with The Colony Animal Shelter, Carter Blood Care,
McDonald's, etc.), through connections built by our parents and community members (Cisco and Kids Hope USA), and through a district outreach program, Volunteer Roundup.

Our counselors and Communities in School representative are integral parts of making students and families feel safe and heard on campus. They teach students the warning signs
for bullying as well as how to ask for help. Students who are new to the campus are shown around the building and introduced to staff by the counselors or students under their
leadership.

Because our staff has been hired to reflect the students we have on campus, student groups feel they are represented by staff members. With a focus on cultural proficiency, staff
members see how being a diverse group of professionals helps our diverse groups of students. Some students come on campus without the foundation of respect built for other
cultures, so Peters Colony strives to instill respect in all our students.

Perceptions Strengths

       Parents view Peters Colony as a safe place for their students
       Students are able to communicate their frustrations and concerns with staff members with which they have built a relationship
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Community partnerships have been created that allow local businesses and community services to work alongside the staff and students of Peters Colony
       Consistent communication in various forms keep families up-to-date on things that are occurring on campus
       Parents are invited to be an active stakeholder in their children's education
       Peters Colony works with students to teach them academics as well as soft skills

Problem Statements Identifying Perceptions Needs

Problem Statement 1 (Prioritized): New students make up 10-20% of our English classrooms each August. This makes building community in the school restart each year.
Root Cause: Changing house prices and job opportunities bring new families to the area throughout the year.

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Priority Problem Statements
Problem Statement 1: 44% of students are leaving kindergarten reading on grade level.
Root Cause 1: Students are having to learn basic letter knowledge skills before they are able to put this knowledge to use. Students also need increased time in a guided reading
setting for indivudalized support.
Problem Statement 1 Areas: Student Learning

Problem Statement 2: 51% of students are leaving first grade reading on grade level.
Root Cause 2: Students are struggling to progress faster than the expected rate because they are entering first grade behind where they need to be.
Problem Statement 2 Areas: Student Learning

Problem Statement 3: 58% of second graders, 64% of third graders, 71% of fourth graders, and 69% of fifth graders are leaving their grade levels reading on a Tier 1, according
to iStation.
Root Cause 3: There may be some fatigue or other testing concerns using the same reading assessment for multiple years in a row. This does not match the percentage of students
passing their STAAR reading tests or benchmarks.
Problem Statement 3 Areas: Student Learning

Problem Statement 4: 68% of 4th grade students were successful on the writing STAAR test.
Root Cause 4: Although this is an improvement from previous years, there is still a need for campus-wide focus on writing in order to ensure students are entering four grade
with the foundational skills needed to be successful.
Problem Statement 4 Areas: Student Learning

Problem Statement 5: 72% (reading) and 56% (math) of third grade African American students were successful on the math and reading STAAR tests.
Root Cause 5:
Problem Statement 5 Areas: Student Learning

Problem Statement 6: 67% of fourth grade white students were successful on the writing STAAR test.
Root Cause 6:
Problem Statement 6 Areas: Student Learning

Problem Statement 7: Special Education students are passing the STAAR tests at a lower rate than any other sub-population.
Root Cause 7:
Problem Statement 7 Areas: Student Learning
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Problem Statement 8: Fourth grade students (in the 2018-2019 school year) are passing the reading and math STAARs at a lower rate than the same group of students taking the
test in third grade (during the 2017-2018 school year)
Root Cause 8:
Problem Statement 8 Areas: Student Learning

Problem Statement 9: 86.2% of office referrals resulting in a consequence from the office are written for male students.
Root Cause 9: Office discipline reports for students include situations that remove students from the general education environment.
Problem Statement 9 Areas: School Processes & Programs

Problem Statement 10: Less than 5% of parents consistently volunteer on campus.
Root Cause 10: Parents work multiple jobs during the school day as well as caring for younger siblings.
Problem Statement 10 Areas: Demographics

Problem Statement 11: New students make up 10-20% of our English classrooms each August. This makes building community in the school restart each year.
Root Cause 11: Changing house prices and job opportunities bring new families to the area throughout the year.
Problem Statement 11 Areas: Perceptions

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Comprehensive Needs Assessment Data Documentation
The following data were used to verify the comprehensive needs assessment analysis:
Improvement Planning Data
       District goals
       Quantifiable goals for student performance in reading and math PreK-3(HB 3)
       Current and/or prior year(s) campus and/or district improvement plans
Accountability Data
       Texas Academic Performance Report (TAPR) data
       Student Achievement Domain
       Student Progress Domain
       Closing the Gaps Domain
       Comprehensive, Targeted, and/or Additional Targeted Support Identification data
       Accountability Distinction Designations
       Federal Report Card Data
Student Data: Assessments
       State and federally required assessment information (e.g. curriculum, eligibility, format, standards, accommodations, TEA information)
       State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness (STAAR) current and longitudinal results, including all versions
       Student Success Initiative (SSI) data for Grades 5 and 8
       SSI: Istation Indicators of Progress (ISIP) accelerated reading assessment data for Grades 3-5 (TEA approved statewide license)
       Local benchmark or common assessments data
       Running Records results
       Observation Survey results
       Istation Indicators of Progress (ISIP) reading assessment data for Grades PK-2
Student Data: Student Groups
       STEM/STEAM data
       Dyslexia Data
       Response to Intervention (RtI) student achievement data
Student Data: Behavior and Other Indicators
       Discipline records
Employee Data
       Campus leadership data
       Campus department and/or faculty meeting discussions and data
       Professional development needs assessment data
       Evaluation(s) of professional development implementation and impact

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Parent/Community Data
       Parent surveys and/or other feedback
       Parent Involvement Rate
Support Systems and Other Data
       Processes and procedures for teaching and learning, including program implementation

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Goals
                                                                  Revised/Approved: September 24, 2020

Goal 1: Student Learning - Profound learning for students occurs when we provide meaningful and relevant educational opportunities. In LISD, we are
preparing the dreamers to be the doers by developing engaged, collaborative learners who are equipped for success.

Performance Objective 1: I model lifelong learning: Seek out personalized learning to demonstrate continuous growth; Reflect on and share my learning
with others.

     Evaluation Data Sources: LEAD documents; professional learning exit tickets/surveys/reflections; professional learning participation data; campus professional learning
     experiences
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: Every elementary teacher will have a literacy check-in by December 2020                                                                 Reviews
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: 100% of our classroom teachers will have had literacy check-in before winter break                Formative                 Summative
     2020.
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Administrators                                                                           Nov          Jan         Mar           June
     -Classroom Teachers
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.6 - TEA Priorities: Build a foundation of reading and math, Improve low-performing
      schools
                                         No Progress               Accomplished                Continue/Modify                 Discontinue

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Goal 1: Student Learning - Profound learning for students occurs when we provide meaningful and relevant educational opportunities. In LISD, we are
preparing the dreamers to be the doers by developing engaged, collaborative learners who are equipped for success.

Performance Objective 2: I ensure learning is based on defined standards: Provide meaningful experiences in academic and non-academic areas; Measure
learning outcomes and adjust instruction based on student needs.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Content alignment walk-throughs, trend data walkthroughs, lesson plans, performance tasks
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: -All grade levels will participate in Professional Learning Communities to monitor student progress and growth.                       Reviews
All staff will be invited to PLC meetings to offer input and gain insight.
                                                                                                                                        Formative                 Summative
      Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: 100% of our staff will participate in at least 3 PLC meetings for the 2020-2021
      school year.                                                                                                              Nov         Jan         Mar           June
      Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Administration
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6

                                         No Progress               Accomplished                 Continue/Modify               Discontinue

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Goal 1: Student Learning - Profound learning for students occurs when we provide meaningful and relevant educational opportunities. In LISD, we are
preparing the dreamers to be the doers by developing engaged, collaborative learners who are equipped for success.

Performance Objective 3: I create an environment optimal for learning: Create a safe environment to allow students to take risks and learn from mistakes;
Intentionally teach classroom structures and routines; Differentiate instruction for all students.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Trend walkthrough data; graduation rate data, literacy data; linguistic accommodations walkthroughs
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: Teachers will engage in professional learning designed to address specific deficits: writing instruction, iStation                       Reviews
resource usage, math instruction, whole child development, professional learning community meetings to evaluate student data
                                                                                                                                           Formative                 Summative
and exchange strategies, professional learning for all staff to strengthen student engagement for the whole child. Measured by
Eduphoria Strive professional learning reports.                                                                                    Nov         Jan         Mar           June
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: 100% of staff will participate in all required professional learning.
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: administration
     learning facilitators
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.5 - TEA Priorities: Build a foundation of reading and math
      Funding Sources: funds to compensate staff and professional development presenters for professional learning - 211 -
      Title I, Part A - $2,000
                                         No Progress                Accomplished                 Continue/Modify                 Discontinue

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Goal 1: Student Learning - Profound learning for students occurs when we provide meaningful and relevant educational opportunities. In LISD, we are
preparing the dreamers to be the doers by developing engaged, collaborative learners who are equipped for success.

Performance Objective 4: I ensure that learners are actively engaged in meaningful and relevant work: Model and expect questioning and reflection;
Engage all learners.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Lesson plans, trend walkthrough data, student work, attendance rates,
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: *Teaching staff will utilize small group instruction in Reading and Math to engage all learners.                                        Reviews
*SIOP Strategies will be utilized throughout instruction.
                                                                                                                                          Formative                 Summative
*Kagan Structures will be utilized throughout instruction to increase engagements.
*Higher order thinking questions and activities will be utilized throughout instruction, frequently utilizing Depth and           Nov         Jan         Mar           June
Complexity
resources and strategies.
*Technology will be used as a tool throughout instruction to increase engagement and increase student reflection and voice in
their
learning.
*Make staff available to test students using the Woodcock-Munoz test in order to determine best placement based on language.
      Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: All students will show at least 6 months' growth as measured by istation.
      Staff Responsible for Monitoring: Admin, Teachers
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6

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Goal 2: Student Experience - A thriving student experience comes from an environment that engages and connects students to each other and with staff. In
LISD, we know that students thrive when they are engaged in their learning and feel a sense of belonging in our schools. When students are provided
enriching opportunities outside the classroom, they will find success not only in school but in their lives beyond our hallways.

Performance Objective 1: I create safe and inclusive opportunities: Create meaningful and positive relationships with all students; Know and practice all
safety protocols.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Safety and security reports; drill logs; discipline data
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: * Staff will use restorative practices to teach students behavior management skills to use inside and outside the                       Reviews
classroom.
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*Teachers will train students to utilize calm-down kits in the classroom to teach students to regulate their emotions. Calm-
down kits will include items such as wobble seats, kick bands, fidgets, weighted blankets/vests.                                  Nov         Jan         Mar           June
      Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: Students will show an increase in emotional self-regulation skills as measured by
      student surveyed data on their rhythm app.
      Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -All campus staff
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.5, 2.6
      Funding Sources: replenish calm-down kits - 211 - Title I, Part A - $500

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Goal 2: Student Experience - A thriving student experience comes from an environment that engages and connects students to each other and with staff. In
LISD, we know that students thrive when they are engaged in their learning and feel a sense of belonging in our schools. When students are provided
enriching opportunities outside the classroom, they will find success not only in school but in their lives beyond our hallways.

Performance Objective 2: I nurture each learner as an individual and as a citizen of the community: Model and maintain a culture of respect; Find and
promote students' passion and interests.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Professional learning completion data; student participation data in clubs, organizations, activities, extra-curriculars; course enrollment data.
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: Peters Colony will have a Diversity Committee whose main responsibility will be to encourage and plan                                       Reviews
opportunities for students to engage in campus culture. Examples may include: multi-cultural event where families can
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represent their cultures and learn about others', clubs for students to explore their interests
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: Students will have an increased sense of belonging as measured by the Rythm App.             Nov          Jan         Mar           June
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Administration
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.5, 3.1 - TEA Priorities: Improve low-performing schools
      Funding Sources: cultural representations (flags, food, clothing, etc...) - 211 - Title I, Part A - $1,000

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Peters Colony Elementary School                                                                                                                                           Campus #109
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Goal 2: Student Experience - A thriving student experience comes from an environment that engages and connects students to each other and with staff. In
LISD, we know that students thrive when they are engaged in their learning and feel a sense of belonging in our schools. When students are provided
enriching opportunities outside the classroom, they will find success not only in school but in their lives beyond our hallways.

Performance Objective 3: I seek and encourage talent development: Provide authentic learning experiences that acknowledge and build upon talents and
strengths; Implement hiring practices that reflect LISD vision and mission.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Teacher retention data; teacher participation in professional learning PLCs, and campus/district leadership opportunities; teacher lesson plans;
     program enrollment and participation data
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: Students will use virtual reality resources to experience abstract ideas in a more concrete fashion: virtually visiting                       Reviews
the state capital, the Alamo, the Statue of Liberty - to support Social Studies standards in K-2; virtually visiting various
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landforms to support science and social studies standards in 3-5; building background knowledge and experiences to improve
students' schema when reading and writing                                                                                               Nov         Jan         Mar           June
This is essential due to the low socioeconomic status of the majority of our students and lack of opportunity.
      Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: All students will have at least 1 opportunity to participate in a virtual experience.
      Staff Responsible for Monitoring: Library Media Specialist
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.4
      Funding Sources: virtual reality goggles/ - 211 - Title I, Part A - $3,000

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Goal 2: Student Experience - A thriving student experience comes from an environment that engages and connects students to each other and with staff. In
LISD, we know that students thrive when they are engaged in their learning and feel a sense of belonging in our schools. When students are provided
enriching opportunities outside the classroom, they will find success not only in school but in their lives beyond our hallways.

Performance Objective 4: I collaborate, communicate, and persevere: View challenges as opportunities; Create formal and informal opportunities to
communicate our learning; Work as a team and build partnerships across all areas.

     Evaluation Data Sources: ePortfolios; performance tasks; makerspaces; community showcases; open houses
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: 100% of Peters Colony students will participate in an opportunity to share their learning with the community.                              Reviews
Examples may include eportfolios, community showcases, open houses, multi-cultural event, Skype, etc...
                                                                                                                                             Formative                 Summative
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: 100% of Peters Colony students will participate in an opportunity to share their
     learning with the community.                                                                                                    Nov         Jan         Mar           June
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Campus administration
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6
      Funding Sources: makerspace and community showcase materials; large format television to provide an authentic
      audience and platform for students to communicate their learning with others; support staff after hours work - 211 - Title
      I, Part A - $2,500

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Goal 2: Student Experience - A thriving student experience comes from an environment that engages and connects students to each other and with staff. In
LISD, we know that students thrive when they are engaged in their learning and feel a sense of belonging in our schools. When students are provided
enriching opportunities outside the classroom, they will find success not only in school but in their lives beyond our hallways.

Performance Objective 5: I engage in work that directly and indirectly creates positive experiences for learners: Be positive and encouraging every day;
Turn personal interests into learning experiences.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Teacher lesson plans; data on community involvement in school learning experiences and activities
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: All students at Peters Colony will have an opportunity to participate in a college and career event.                                        Reviews
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: All students at Peters Colony will have an opportunity to participate in a college                    Formative                 Summative
     and career event.
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Administration                                                                                Nov         Jan         Mar           June
     - counselors
     - Communities in Schools
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.6, 3.2 - TEA Priorities: Connect high school to career and college
      Funding Sources: career day/event materials - 211 - Title I, Part A - $500, support staff after hours work - 211 - Title I,
      Part A - $5,000

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Goal 3: Resource Stewardship - In LISD, when we say we want to be good stewards of our resources, we aren't just talking about taxpayer dollars.
Resource stewardship is about three things: our time, talent and treasure. We will strike a positive work/life balance with our time, nurture our talents as
educators through meaningful professional learning, and manage our treasure in a fiscally responsible way while still meeting student needs.

Performance Objective 1: I embrace innovation with a flexible, relevant, and solution-oriented mindset: Demonstrate enthusiasm for innovation; Seek
creative solutions to constraints.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Staff meeting agendas
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: *Team leader meetings to generate solutions to challenges.                                                                               Reviews
*Gather input from staff to generate solutions to challenges.
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*Gather input from parents and community to generate solutions to challenges.
*Peters Colony is creating Makerspace and STEM tubs that can be checked out by teachers and will be housed in the library.         Nov         Jan         Mar           June
We will purchase the bins themselves as well as various high-tech and low-tech items that will help integrate the various STEM
areas, including but not limited to Bee Bots and other coding robots, Magnetic wooden blocks, Brain Flakes, and K'Nex.
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: All stakeholders will have at least 3 opportunities to provide input and generate
     solutions to our challenges.
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: admin; all staff
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 3.1, 3.2
      Funding Sources: items for Makerspace and STEM tubs, - 211 - Title I, Part A - $1,000

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Goal 3: Resource Stewardship - In LISD, when we say we want to be good stewards of our resources, we aren't just talking about taxpayer dollars.
Resource stewardship is about three things: our time, talent and treasure. We will strike a positive work/life balance with our time, nurture our talents as
educators through meaningful professional learning, and manage our treasure in a fiscally responsible way while still meeting student needs.

Performance Objective 2: I have a mind for practicing efficient use of resources: Utilize resources for the greatest student and staff impact; Stay current
with professional practices.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Facilitator logs; Eduphoria Workshop registrations; digital learning walk-throughs; technology usage data
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: *Staff will log usage of facilitators                                                                                                   Reviews
*Staff will be invited to share technology or innovative practices with staff during staff meetings or professional learning.
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* We will purchase school supplies to supplement family purchased supplies to ensure every child has the materials they need
to be successful.                                                                                                                 Nov         Jan         Mar           June
      Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: Every student will have access to the materials they need to be successful.
      Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Administration
      -Classroom teachers
      -District facilitators
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.4, 2.6
      Funding Sources: Student supplies - 211 - Title I, Part A - $1,500

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Goal 3: Resource Stewardship - In LISD, when we say we want to be good stewards of our resources, we aren't just talking about taxpayer dollars.
Resource stewardship is about three things: our time, talent and treasure. We will strike a positive work/life balance with our time, nurture our talents as
educators through meaningful professional learning, and manage our treasure in a fiscally responsible way while still meeting student needs.

Performance Objective 3: I use resources in an effective and efficient way that serves others: Commit to campus and district goals in making resource
allocation decisions; Strategically plan professional learning related to campus and district goals; Prepare early and anticipate organizational needs.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Staff attendance rates; electricity usage and energy costs; materials costs
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: * Professional learning will be planned throughout the year based on the current needs of the campus.                            Reviews
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: All staff will have access to learning and development that meets their needs.             Formative                 Summative
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Administration
                                                                                                                           Nov         Jan         Mar           June
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.4, 2.6
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Goal 4: Community Engagement - We believe education is a shared responsibility between our district and the communities we serve. Community
engagement is critical to the success of LISD. Through intentional strategic partnerships at the campus and district level, we can tap into the deep well of
community support for LISD to forge stronger bonds with our stakeholders and develop relationships to benefit schools, local businesses and the
community.

Performance Objective 1: I go above and beyond to serve: Seize the opportunity to serve outside the school day to build relationships; Seek business and
community partnerships to engage students; Model community service to students.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Campus profile survey results; volunteer records; business partner database
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: * Peters Colony will offer 6 parent education sessions during different times of the day.                                            Reviews
* Peters Colony will offer 3 community outreach opportunities for families and staff outside the school hours.
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* Peters Colony will work with PTA to offer 6 on-campus and/or virtual opportunities for families to come and participate.
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**all opportunities will be virtual while Orange Level mitigation measures are in place**
      Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: During the 2020-2021 school year, we will offer a minimum of 15 parent
      involvement opportunities.
      Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Counselors
      -CIS
      -Campus administrators
      -Peters Colony PTA
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 3.1, 3.2
      Funding Sources: snacks for parent engagement opportunities - 211 - Title I, Part A - $500

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Goal 4: Community Engagement - We believe education is a shared responsibility between our district and the communities we serve. Community
engagement is critical to the success of LISD. Through intentional strategic partnerships at the campus and district level, we can tap into the deep well of
community support for LISD to forge stronger bonds with our stakeholders and develop relationships to benefit schools, local businesses and the
community.

Performance Objective 2: I seek out accurate information to represent my classroom: Seek new and accurate information consistently and actively;
Represent LISD and my profession in a positive manner.
     Evaluation Data Sources: Campus profile survey results; communications home to families; sign-in sheets; Eduphoria Workshop data
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: * Each teacher has a parent communication plan and log                                                                              Reviews
* Communication surrounding events on campus will be sent home using various forms of communication (letters, marquee,
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notes, Facebook, call outs, etc.)
* Open House                                                                                                                 Nov          Jan         Mar           June
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: 100% of communication with parents will be sent in at least 2 different
     communication methods.
      Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Administration
      -Front office staff
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.6, 3.1, 3.2

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Goal 4: Community Engagement - We believe education is a shared responsibility between our district and the communities we serve. Community
engagement is critical to the success of LISD. Through intentional strategic partnerships at the campus and district level, we can tap into the deep well of
community support for LISD to forge stronger bonds with our stakeholders and develop relationships to benefit schools, local businesses and the
community.

Performance Objective 3: I communicate with all stakeholders to understand diverse perspectives: Practice active listening regarding differing opinions;
Understand the diverse backgrounds of the community to build relationships; Demonstrate care and respect for others.
     Evaluation Data Sources: Campus profile surveys; documented experiences where listening conversations happen
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: * PC will attempt at least one virtual multicultural experience this school year.                                              Reviews
* Parent surveys
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* Cultural Proficiency learning and reflective feedback
* Parents will be communicated with consistently about the progress of their students.                                   Nov         Jan         Mar           June
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: 100% of in-person classrooms have a Canvas course created for parent access.
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Administration
     -Classroom Teachers
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.6, 3.1, 3.2
      Funding Sources: Items for multicultural experience - 211 - Title I, Part A - $1,000

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Goal 4: Community Engagement - We believe education is a shared responsibility between our district and the communities we serve. Community
engagement is critical to the success of LISD. Through intentional strategic partnerships at the campus and district level, we can tap into the deep well of
community support for LISD to forge stronger bonds with our stakeholders and develop relationships to benefit schools, local businesses and the
community.

Performance Objective 4: I actively involve community partners in campus and district initiatives: Recognize and appreciate community contributions to
the schools, students and district.
     Evaluation Data Sources: VOLY (volunteer management system)
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: * Utilize VOLY to maximize volunteer opportunities                                                                                       Reviews
* Recognize volunteers while following current mitigation levels
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* Make and distribute volunteer badges
* Community partnerships will be formed within The Colony in order to ensure that all stakeholders are a part of the education     Nov         Jan         Mar           June
of our students.
* Add incentive for joining PTA: priority seating, sales including membership and spirit wear, etc...
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: Increase 2020- 2021 PTA memberships by 2% from the 2019-2020 school year.
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: -Administration
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 3.1, 3.2

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Goal 5: Student Achievement/Safeguards

Performance Objective 1: Achievement of all students, as measured by standardized tests and classroom performance, shall continually improve.
Particular emphasis shall be placed on reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies.

     Evaluation Data Sources: STAAR scores; local grades and assessments; campus staff observations and reflections; family and community involvement records
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: Student test data will be disaggregated by faculty and staff to identify student needs, including an assessment of the                         Reviews
academic achievement for each student in the school, by (1) the "student achievement" domain, (2) the "school progress"
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domain, and (3) the "closing the gaps" domain.
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Intensive accelerated instruction will be provided to students not meeting minimum expectations; examples include tutorials,
summer school, mentor programs, response to intervention, etc.

Parent will be notified about academic progress through teacher/parent conferences, what school will do, what parents can do,
progress reports, report cards, etc. School will provide full opportunities for the participation of all parents in a format and, to
the extent practicable, in a language that the parents understand.

Failure rates will be used to identify students' needs, and students at risk.

Campus will provide strategies to attract highly qualified teachers to high need students, provide instruction by highly qualified
teachers, provide professional development for campus staff in assisting all students to meet the state's challenging content and
performance standards, assist teachers to meet certification requirements and paraprofessionals to meet highly qualified
requirements (if applicable), ensure smooth transition for students from early childhood programs and from elementary to
middle school and middle school to high school, coordinate funds to increase student achievement, and utilize teachers
regarding the use of academic assessments for providing information and improving the achievement of individual students.
Specific methods noted in campus goals above.
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: Increased STAAR scores, local grades and assessments; campus staff observation
     and reflection indicating strategy success; increased family and community involvement
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: All staff
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 2.4, 2.5, 2.6
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Goal 6: State and Federal Mandates

Performance Objective 1: All students shall attend school regularly.

     Evaluation Data Sources: Student attendance records; STAAR scores,;local grades and assessments; campus staff observations and reflections; family and community
     involvement records
     Summative Evaluation: None

Strategy 1: Parents, the staff, and the student body are informed of student attendance procedures.                                             Reviews
                                                                                                                                      Formative                 Summative
A process is used to refer students with excessive absences to the counseling and/or health services departments.
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Truancy charges are regularly filed when appropriate.

Parent notification is given when students are absent.

Student residency is verified.

Strategies are implemented to increase parental involvement.

Training is provided for parents regarding how to utilize technology to monitor student progress and achievement.
     Strategy's Expected Result/Impact: Student attendance records demonstrating appropriately high levels
     Staff Responsible for Monitoring: All staff
      Title I Schoolwide Elements: 3.1, 3.2

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