School Improvement Planning

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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
School Improvement Planning
DA Requirements
Evidence of
Compliance
The SAC shall review Alternative school
performance data and determine the causes
of low performance. The SAC shall advise
the school on its Alternative SIP.
School Advisory
Council meets in
conjunction with
leadership team to
review data and set
goals for the
alternative school
SIP. The principal
shares data with
the SAC at monthly
meetings and
solicits input from
SAC for monitoring
and revisions.
Baseline and
midyear data will
be established
through
administration of
the District
Benchmark
Assessment Test in
reading, math, and
science; the school
will administer a
writing assessment
to be scored with
the FCAT Writes
rubric. Baseline
The school shall complete a mid-year
narrative report to analyze progress from the
baseline to mid-year assessment that is
reported to the Department to identify
strategies for student interventions.
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
Status
Strategies to Attain
Compliance
Person
Responsible
Expected Date
of Completion
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
The School
Advisory Council
will conduct
monthly meetings
with all
stakeholders to
review and monitor
goals and action
steps.
Damon Martin
and Geraldine
Bartelle, SAC
Co-Chairs and
Belinda Hope,
Principal, Jon
Feldman,
Assistant
Principal
6/8/12
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
The Baseline and
Mid-Year Reports
will be completed
and submitted per
designated
timeline.
Belinda Hope,
Principal, Jon
Feldman,
Assistant
Principal,
Lavina
Robinson,
Curriculum
Specialist
1/9/12
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
and midyear
progress will be
reported online to
the state, and
shared with the
SAC and
leadership team.
SAC and
leadership team will
collaborate on
identification of
intervention
strategies based on
analysis of baseline
and midyear data
and will submit a
midyear narrative
report to the DOE
and District
identifying specific
strategies for
student
performance
interventions.
* Non-Title I and Title I A, B, and C schools are required to complete the report only for students not making AYP.
The school shall establish a Literacy
Compliance
The Literacy Team
The principal,
Leadership Team consistent with the K-12
Partial Compliance will monitor
assistant principal,
Comprehensive Research-Based Reading
Non-Compliance
students’ reading
reading coach,
Plan.
data (BAT1 and 2),
curriculum
FAIR and other
specialist,
assessments and
instructional coach,
make
reading teachers,
recommendations
content area
for school
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
Belinda Hope,
Principal, Jon
Feldman,
Assistant
Principal and
June King,
Reading
Coach
6/8/12
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
teachers, guidance
counselor, media
specialist, ESE
specialist, are
members of the
Literacy Leadership
Team (LLT). Under
the guidance of the
principal and
reading coach, the
LLT will meet bimonthly to focus on
literacy initiatives,
programs, student
performance data,
and literacy
concerns
throughout the
school. The
primary goal of the
team is to ensure
that all
stakeholders
support the work of
the reading coach
and the school’s
literacy goals
through a wholeschool approach.
improvement goals
and strategies.
Educator Quality
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
DA Requirements
Evidence of
Compliance
Teachers should be experienced and or
trained in providing alternative educational
services and interventions for at-risk
students.
Teachers are
oriented to our
school’s policies and
procedures for
serving alternative
education students
during the preplanning week of
school. In addition,
teachers will
participate in
ongoing professional
development
activities that will
address alternative
educational
services, as well as
how to provide
interventions for atrisk students.
Teachers are also
trained in the RtI
process, which is
the monitoring
process for the
implementation of
interventions.
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
Status
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
Strategies to Attain
Compliance
Person
Responsible
Expected Date
of Completion
Teachers will be
train in Framework
for Poverty
professional
development.
Teachers participate
in weekly team
meetings with the
behavioral
specialist, family
counselor and ESE
specialist to share
best practices when
working with at-risk
students.
Courtney Davis
and Chandra
Evans,
Behavior
Specialists,
Judith Pizam,
Family and
Adrienne
Dixson, ESE
Specialist
6/8/12
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
Professional Development
DA Requirements
Evidence of
Compliance
The school must ensure that Individual
Professional Development Plans (IPDPs) for
teachers of targeted subgroups include
professional development targeting the
needs of subgroups that did not meet AYP.
Principal or
designee meets
with each teacher
to assist in
development of
PGP (IPDP) that
addresses
subgroups not
making AYP.
Status
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
Strategies to Attain
Compliance
Person
Responsible
Expected Date
of Completion
Principal will review
the school’s
Comprehensive
Inservice Report to
identify teachers that
need specific
professional
development
courses that target
economically
disadvantaged
students.
Belinda Hope,
Principal,
Jon Feldman,
Assistant
Principal
10/3/11
Strategies to Attain
Compliance
Person
Responsible
Expected Date
of Completion
After registration
students’
assessment data is
analyzed and home
school transcripts
are reviewed to
determine
appropriate course
placement.
Shayla
McCloud,
Guidance
Counselor,
June King,
Reading
Coach and
Laura Kolo,
Instructional
(Math)
6/8/12
Curriculum Aligned and Paced
DA Requirements
Evidence of
Compliance
The school shall ensure that students are
properly placed in rigorous coursework
directed towards the established educational
goals of each student.
Principal, Assistant
Principal(s) and
Guidance Dept.
monitor placement
of all students to
ensure that all are
properly placed in
rigorous
coursework. In
addition, each
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
Status
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
The school must implement the district K-12
Reading Plan.
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
student is provided
with an Academic
Improvement Plan
that is monitored
and updated
regularly.
Principal, Assistant
Principal, reading
coach, and
members of the
Literacy Leadership
Team (LLT) ensure
that the school
implements K-12
Reading Plan with
fidelity. School-wide
literacy activities,
classroom
walkthroughs, and
review of lesson
objectives document
the fidelity of
implementation.
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
All instructional staff
will explore the
district K-12
Reading plan during
weekly professional
learning
communities. The
Literacy Team will
continue to monitor
the implementation
of the Districts K-12
Reading Plan by
conducting daily
classroom walkthroughs, reviewing
lesson objectives
and conducting
ongoing meetings
with teachers and
instructional
coaches.
Belinda Hope,
Principal, Jon
Feldman,
Assistant
Principal and
June King,
Reading
Coach
6/8/12
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
Florida’s Continuous Improvement Model
DA Requirements
Evidence of
Compliance
The school must implement Florida’s Response
to Intervention model set forth in the Statewide
RtI Implementation Plan.
The school has
established a
Collaborative
Problem Solving
(CPS) team, with a
calendar for ongoing
meetings, to
address all RtI
issues and activities
at the school.
Leadership has
participated in
District Professional
Development on the
CPS/RtI process,
which includes
tiered instructional
and intervention
levels for academic
and behavioral
concerns, as well as
effective progress
monitoring of all Tier
2 and Tier 3
interventions.
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
Status
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
Strategies to
Attain
Compliance
Administration will
continue to
monitor the
implementation of
the RTI Model.
The RTI meetings
are held weekly
on Mondays at
9:30a.m. The RtI
Person
Responsible
Expected Date
of Completion
Adrienne
Dixson, RtI
Facilitator,
Cynthia
Lassiter
Support
Facilitator
6/8/12
facilitator is
responsible for
notifying the
Team as to which
cases will be
brought up for
review. The RTL
facilitator is
responsible for
maintaining
written records
for the Team. A
log is maintained
for each student
which contains
information
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
gathered for Tier
1 and Tier 2
interventions. If
necessary, more
intensive,
individualized
Tier III
interventions will
be discussed,
implemented and
monitored.
The school must implement Florida’s
Continuous Improvement Model (FCIM). (FCIM
implemented school-wide)
The Leadership
Team has
effectively
implemented the
Florida Continuous
Improvement
Model.
PLAN
SIP Plan was
developed using the
following data:

DART

FCAT Scores

BAT Scores
 Item
Specifications
and mini
assessments
(Used to drive
instruction)
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
The Leadership
Team will
continue to
implement and
monitor the FCIM.
All teachers have
been trained on
the FCIM.
Belinda Hope,
Principal,
Jon Feldman,
Assistant
Principal and
Lavina
Robinson,
Curriculum
Specialist.
Laura Kolo,
Instructional
Coach
6/8/12
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
DO
The following will be
used to Prepare
instruction:
 District’s IFCs
 Secondary
benchmark
base on data
 Pre-Test
CHECK
The following steps will
be taken to check
progress throughout
the school year:
 Assess mini
benchmarks
 Disaggregate
mini
benchmarks
data
 Monitor data,
IFCs and
students
individual
academic
progress
 Analyze FAIR
Data
 Monitoring the
teaching and
learning
process
ACT


(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
Providing
opportunity for
tutorials and
enrichments
Monitors
instructional
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist

School administers screening, diagnostics, and
provides remediation, acceleration, and
enrichment.
delivery via
Classroom
Walkthroughs
Conduct
Learning
Communities,
and provide
teachers with
professional
development
opportunities
The Leadership
Team will
administer pre and
post screening
assessments, and
diagnostics.
Students are
provided the
opportunity to
participate in
tutorials,
remediation,
acceleration and
enrichment.
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
The Leadership
team will continue
to provide
ongoing
assessments and
diagnostics. Data
will be
disaggregated
and students will
be provided
tutorial and
enrichment based
on their mastery
level.
Belinda Hope,
Principal,
Jon Feldman,
Assistant
Principal and
Lavina
Robinson,
Curriculum
Specialist,
Laura Kolo,
Instructional
Coach
6/8/12
Students are given
the FAIR
assessment; DAR
Assessment, TEMA
and TOMA are
given to all
students who are
ESE, level 1 and 2
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
in reading and
math.
Remediation is
given to those who
need it through
intensive
coursework and
through utilizing
push in and pull out
strategies. Students
are progress
monitored through
the use of the FAIR,
RtI meetings, and
the review of
Academic
Improvement Plans.
When appropriate,
as indicated through
the progress
monitoring process,
students are
accelerated into
more rigorous
coursework.
Enrichment activities
are provided through
the use of projectbased learning,
educational
software, and
providing the
students with real
world experiences.
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
Monitoring Process and Plans
DA Requirements
Evidence of
Compliance
The school must provide quarterly updates on
the implementation of the School Improvement
Plan to the School Advisory Council and make
updates to the School Improvement Plan.
The School
Advisory Council
Sub Committee
chairs will provide
the School
Advisory Council
with quarterly
updates on the
implementation of
the School
Improvement
Plans. The School
Advisory Council
Sub Committee
chairs will provide
the SAC Chair Bi
Monthly updates on
student data
performance.
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
The school leadership team must monitor
implementation of the School Improvement
Plan.
The School
Leadership Team
monitors the fidelity
of implementation
of the School
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
Status
Strategies to
Attain
Compliance
The School
Advisory Council
Sub Committee
chairs will
continue to
provide bimonthly reports to
the SAC Chair
and quarterly
updates to the
School Advisory
Council. The
School Advisory
Council will
continue to
monitor and make
necessary
recommendations
and changes to
the School
improvement
Plan.
The Leadership
Team will
continue to
communicate with
the School
Person
Responsible
Expected Date
of Completion
Damon Martin
and Geraldine
Bartelle, SAC
Co-Chairs and
Belinda Hope,
Principal,
Jon Feldman,
Assistant
6/8/12
Leadership
Team
Members
6/8/12
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
The school must participate in a
comprehensive instructional monitoring
process.
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
Improvement Plan.
There is constant
communication
between the School
Advisory Council
and the Leadership
Team. Classroom
Walk-throughs will
be conducted to
ensure strategies
are being
implemented with
fidelity in the
classrooms.
All department
chairs, coaches,
and administrators
are trained in
Classroom
Walkthrough.
Teachers have also
been trained in use
of data. CWT data
is reviewed at
faculty and
leadership
meetings.
Decisions
regarding
professional
development,
coaching, and
mentoring will be
Advisory Council
in order to
monitor the
effectiveness of
the School
Improvement
Plan. Leadership
Team meetings
are held on
Tuesdays.
Compliance
Partial Compliance
Non-Compliance
The leadership
team members will
be train on the
updated
Classroom Walkthroughs and
FCIM and
continue to
implement
effective progress
monitoring
programs.
Belinda Hope,
Principal,
Jon Feldman,
Assistant
Principal and
Lavina
Robinson,
Curriculum
Specialist.
6/8/12
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Representative: Belinda Hope
District: Broward
School: Pine Ridge Education Center
Date: 09/21/2011
2011-2012 Differentiated Accountability Requirements
Correct I Alternative School Checklist
made based on
data. Data chats
are conducted
among
administrators,
administrators with
teachers, and
teachers with
students.
(Rule 6A-1.09981, DA-2, November 2008)
June 18, 2010
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