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2014-15 BUILDING CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN (BIP) Building: Diley Middle School

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2014-15 BUILDING CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN (BIP) Building: Diley Middle School
2014-15 BUILDING CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN
(BIP)
Building: Diley Middle School
Building Strengths:
Overall Progress (Value Added) for Reading and Math: A
Students With Disabilities Progress: C
Students in the Lowest 20% of Achievement Progress: B
Gifted Progress: C
Building Areas of Challenge:
Value Added Grade 6 Reading: -1.83
Value Added Grade 6 Math: – 0.13
Value Added Grade 6 All Tests: – 1.37
AMO Reading: 50% F (Did Not Meet: Economically Disadvantaged, African
American, IEP, LEP)
AMO Math: 50% F (Did Not Meet: Economically Disadvantaged, African American,
IEP, LEP)
3 out of 5 Indicators Met: 60% D
Focus: (Goal #1) During the 2014-15 school year, 100% of the state indicators will be met
as indicated on Diley’s building report card.
.
Actions:
A. Diley Middle School students will
spend at least 90 minutes each week
on ST Math.
Mid Year Check:
A.
-Diley Middle School math teachers
will participate in ST Math
professional development by the end
of November.
-Diley Middle School math teachers
will use data obtained from ST
Math reports to monitor the percentile
growth of students to determine
small group intervention.
B. Diley Middle School staff will
implement Eureka, Wheatley, and
Springboard curriculum frameworks
during the 90-minute instructional
block.
C. Diley Middle School 5th grade
science teachers will follow the
established science pacing guide to
ensure all topics are taught.
B. Diley Middle School staff will meet in
Teacher Based Teams (TBT)
at least 2-3 times each month to
discuss pacing and results from
common ELA/Math assessments.
C. Diley Middle School 5th grade science
teachers will analyze student data from
common formative and summative
assessments during TBT meetings.
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D. Diley Middle School students will be
progressed monitored at least 3 times
a year using STAR Reading/Math
assessments.
Results we expect:
By implementing curriculum frameworks
and researched based programs (ST
Math), 100% of the state indicators will be
D. Diley Middle School staff will use data
obtained from the second STAR
Quarterly Assessment Window to check
the Student Growth Projections (SGP
Report) and the Assessment Proficiency
for subgroups (which checks the SGP’s
of each of the subgroups)
met as indicated on 2014-15 building report
card.
Link to District CIP
Related District Goal:
PLSD will maintain its place in statewide distribution of schools Performance
Index.
Focus: (Goal #2) All 6th grade students will make at least one year’s gain in reading
and mathematics on the value added analysis as shown on the 2015 EVAAS Diley
Report Card.
Actions:
A. Diley Middle School students will be
progressed monitored at least 3 times
a year using STAR Reading/Math
assessments. Diley Middle School
staff will analyze ongoing subgroup
data using the 2014-15 STAR SGP’s
and STAR Assessment Proficiency
Report during BLT, TBT and RTI
meetings.
B. Diley Middle School students will
spend at least 90 minutes each week
on ST Math.
C. Diley Middle School staff will
implement Eureka, Wheatley, and
Springboard curriculum frameworks
during the 90-minute instructional
block.
Mid Year Check:
A. Diley Middle School staff will create an
action plan to address students’ needs
as determined by STAR
assessments. The action plan will
include but is not limited to improving E &
I groupings, RTI Tiering, and small group
classroom instruction.
B. Diley Middle School math teachers will
participate in ST Math professional
development by the end of November.
Diley Middle School math teachers will
use data obtained from ST Math reports
to monitor the percentile growth of
students to determine small group
intervention.
C. Diley Middle School staff will meet in
Teacher Based Teams (TBT)
at least 2-3 times each month to discuss
pacing and results from common
ELA/Math assessments
.
Results we expect:
By teachers understanding multiple
sources of data and content specific
learning standards, students will make at
least one year’s gain in Mathematics and
English Language Arts during the 2014-15
school year.
Link to District CIP
Related District Goal:
All students in grades 6 & 7 will make at least one year’s gain on the value added
analysis as shown on the 2015 EVAAS district report.
Focus: (Goal #3) Diley Middle School Gap Closing Rating will improve at least one
letter grade on the 2014 Building Report Card.
Actions:
A. Diley Middle School students will be
progressed monitored at least 3 times
a year using STAR Reading/Math
assessments. Diley Middle School
staff will analyze ongoing subgroup
data using the 2014-15 STAR SGP’s
and STAR Assessment Proficiency
Report during BLT, TBT and RTI
meetings.
B. Diley Middle School students will
spend at least 90 minutes each week
on ST Math.
C. Diley Middle School staff will
implement Eureka, Wheatley, and
Springboard curriculum frameworks
during the 90-minute instructional
block.
Mid Year Check:
A. Diley Middle School staff will create an
action plan to address students’ needs
as determined by STAR
assessments. The action plan will
include but is not limited to improving E
& I groupings, RTI Tiering, and small
group classroom instruction.
B. Diley Middle School math teachers will
participate in ST Math professional
development by the end of November.
Diley Middle School math teachers will
use data obtained from ST Math reports
to monitor the percentile growth of
students to determine small group
intervention.
C. Diley Middle School staff will meet in
Teacher Based Teams (TBT)
at least 2-3 times each month to discuss
pacing and results from common
ELA/Math assessments
Results we expect:
By teachers understanding and analyzing
multiple sources of data and content
specific learning standards, Diley Middle
School Gap Closing Rating will improve at
least one letter grade on the 2014 Building
Report Card.
Link to District CIP
Related District Goal:
PLSD will increase gap closing points earned to 80 points.
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