Ryland Heights CSIP - Kenton County Schools

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Kenton County School District
Date Posted 2/17/2016
Name of Elementary School: Ryland Heights
Performance Data 2007-2009
Non-Academic Data
Enrollment
% of Students Receiving
Free or Reduced Lunch
% of Students with
Disability
Attendance Percentage
Retention Rate
Academic Data
Interim Performance Report
Overall Transition Index
Reading Index
Math Index
Science Index
Social Studies Index
On-Demand Writing Index
2007
2008
2009
456
522
514
43.8
41.5
35.33
21.51
20.6
20.97
96.0
0.0
95.9
0.0
95.78
0.0
2007
2008
2009
87.98
95.3950
84.5860
92.9376
80.4600
81.8200
84.73
89.8800
86.6600
92.8191
71.5573
74.9660
91.48
91.2229
95.3267
97.1198
83.0829
86.9126
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Kenton County School District
Date Posted 2/17/2016
Elementary School: RYLAND HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Goal 1:
All students will perform at or above grade level in numeracy and literacy at each transition point.
Objective
Strategies and Action Steps
Check Responsibility
if this
strate
gy will
reduc
e the
achie
veme
nt gap
Timeline
Evidence of Effectiveness
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Kenton County School District
All students in Every teacher will collect
baseline data using GRADE+/Tevery grade
Pro and Dibles.
will be reading
at or above
Formative and Summative
grade level.
assessments will be given
regularly to assure that students
are making progress toward
established goals.
Our RTA teacher/s, our Title I
coordinator and/or our special
ed. teachers will provide direct
reading intervention for all
primary students falling in the 1,
2 or 3 stanines on the T-PRO
A research based core reading
program from Houghton Mifflin
will be available for use in every
grade level.
Only research based
interventions, strategies and
programs will be implemented in
grade level RTI blocks to assure
that every student has the
opportunity to grow and
improve reading and levels.
Open Response Live Scoring
will be utilized a minimum of
once a month in grades 3, 4 and
5 to enhance student
proficiency with O.R. questions.
GRADE+ will be given to all
fourth and fifth graders in Dec.
and in Apr./ May to determine
student growth.
Date Posted 2/17/2016
Scores will be logged in
individual data notebooks.
X
Homeroom Teachers
Aug. –
Sept. 09
X
RTI teacher and
Homeroom teachers
Aug., ‘09 – KDE Goal Calculator will be
May, ‘10
used to determine success rate.
X
RTA Teacher/s
Title I Coordinator
Aug. ’09 May, ‘10
Data gathered will be reviewed
monthly to determine student
success and need for additional
intervention.
X
Homeroom teachers;
special ed. teachers
Aug. ’09May, ‘10
This program will be the core
program; however it is a
resource to teachers who will be
following the district timeline.
Homeroom teachers;
Special area teachers;
special ed. teachers
and assistants; Title I
teacher and assistants;
administrators
Sept. ’09 –
May ‘10
Building coach;
administrators; support
personnel and
homeroom teachers.
Oct., ’09May, ‘10
Student comfort and success
with Open Response questions
will inform facilitator of progress.
Homeroom teachers;
Special ed. teachers;
Title I; assistants
Dec., ‘09
May, ‘10
Data will be analyzed and
compared to determine success
rate.
X
X
A list of intervention programs
and strategies used at Ryland is
available.
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Kenton County School District
All students in Every teacher will collect
X
baseline data using the GMADE
every grade
In grades K - 5
will achieve at
or above
Formative and Summative
grade level in
assessments will be given
regularly to assure that students X
mathematics.
Homeroom Teachers
Aug. –
Sept. 09
RTI teacher and
Homeroom teachers
Aug., ‘09 – KDE Goal Calculator will be
May, ‘10
used to determine success rate.
X
Homeroom teachers,
Title I Coordinator and
assistants, special ed.
teacher and assistants.
Aug. ’09 May, ‘10
Data gathered will be reviewed
monthly to determine student
success and need for additional
intervention.
X
Homeroom teachers;
special ed. teachers
Aug. ’09May, ‘10
This program will be the core
program; however it is a resource
to teachers who will be following
the district math timeline.
Homeroom teachers;
Special area teachers;
special ed. teachers
and assistants; Title I
teacher and assistants;
administrators
Sept. ’09 –
May ‘10
Building coach;
administrators; support
personnel and
homeroom teachers.
Oct., ’09May, ‘10
Student comfort and success
with Open Response questions
will inform facilitator of progress.
Homeroom teachers;
Special ed. teachers;
Title I; assistants
Dec., ‘09
May, ‘10
Data will be analyzed and
compared to determine success
rate.
are making progress toward
established goals.
Our math RTI facilitator and/or
our special ed. teachers will
provide direct math support ifor
all students falling in the 1, 2 or
3 stanines on the T-PRO
A research based core math
program from Everyday Math
will be utilized in every grade
level.
Only research based
interventions, strategies and
programs will be implemented in
grade level RTI blocks to assure
that every student has the
opportunity to grow and
improve reading and levels.
Open Response Live Scoring
will be utilized a minimum of
once a month in grades 3, 4 and
5 to enhance student
proficiency with O.R. questions.
GMADE+ will be given to all
fourth and fifth graders in Dec.
and in Apr./ May to determine
student growth.
Date Posted 2/17/2016
Scores will be logged in
individual data notebooks.
X
X
A list of intervention programs and
strategies used at Ryland is
available.
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Kenton County School District
Date Posted 2/17/2016
Elementary School : RYLAND HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Goal 2:
All ‘Professional Practices’ will be based on a common understanding of quality instruction and best practice
for every student, in every classroom, every day.
Objective
Strategies and Action
Steps
All teachers will
provide a PPGP
utilizing the new
PPR
Each teacher will
have an
individualized
growth action plan.
A school wide
professional
practice goal will
be established
and targeted
during learning
walks.
All teachers will
participate in at
least one learning
walk during
2009/10.
Administrative team
members will
facilitate 2 learning
walks a month
Check if this
strategy will
reduce the
achievement
gap
X
X
Responsibility
Timeline
Evidence of
Effectiveness
Each individual Teacher
Varies
Administrative Team
and Building level
Coach. All teachers
Nov., ’09
–
May, ‘10
Classroom visits,
observations,
formal observations
and evaluations,
and learning walks
will show evidence
of growth.
Walkers will seek
identified PPR
element for school
wide growth to
enhance student
success.
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Kenton County School District
Routine
classroom visits
All teachers will be
will focus on
visited by
targeted PPGP
administrative team
goals and the
member and or
school wide
building level
target
coach.
Bi monthly grade
level meetings
and bimonthly
faculty meetings
will all be focused
on student
achievement –
strategy
presentations
and/or data
analysis
All teachers will
participate
X
Administrative Team
and Building Level
Coach; all teachers
X
Administrative Team
and Building Level
Coach; C.O. support
staff members;
Intervention program
support personnel
Date Posted 2/17/2016
Sept., ‘09 Administrative
to
documentation
May ‘10
and formative/
Summative reports
Will indicate
progress level of
goals.
Sept.
‘09
To
May
‘10
Student
performance will be
analyzed to
determine if teacher
training is positively
affecting student
performance.
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Kenton County School District
Date Posted 2/17/2016
Elementary School: RYLAND HEIGHTS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Goal 3: Beginning in fourth grade, all students will participate in at least one activity providing a meaningful
connection to school beyond the regular classroom.
Current participation rate: _75__%
Objective
Ryland provides
many
opportunities,
even during the
school day, for
student
participation
Strategies and
Action Steps
2009-10 School participation rate goal:100%
Check if this
strategy will
reduce the
achievement
gap
We will continue to We know
invite and engage
that students
students in some
want to be in
type of school
attendance
activity even though at school so
many of the
they can
students who are
participate in
not participating at
extra
school are engaged activities
in rigorous extracurricular activities
like gymnastics and
swimming
Responsibility
Timeline
Evidence of
Effectiveness
Teachers, Sponsors, Parents,
YMCA partners
8/09 –
5/10
The percent of
students engaged
in school activities
will improve.
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Kenton County School District
Date Posted 2/17/2016
KCCT Transition Index Goals for 2010 and NCLB goals
Index Goals
NCLB Goal in %
Reading
95
73.64 %
Math
98
61.23 %
Science
100
Social Studies
95
On Demand Writing
90
Overall Transition Index
95.6
Gap Targeted groups (SB168):
Free and Reduced Lunch Population in Reading
Special Education students in Reading
TIGERS STRIVE FOR 95 OR BETTER AND NO NOVICE
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