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BUILDING CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN (CIP) Building: Ridgeview Junior High School
BUILDING CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN (CIP)
Building: Ridgeview Junior High School
Building Strengths:
- 2014 8th grade math value-added (7.96)
- Met 2014 AMO Reading Proficiency goals for 5 subgroups
- 3 year value-added for 8th grade math
- Met State Indicators in 7th Grade Reading, 8th Grade Reading, and 8th Grade Math
Building Areas of Challenge:
- Received a grade of F for AMO overall score.
- Did not meet 2014 AMO Reading Proficiency goals for African American, Hispanic,
and IEP subgroups
- Did not meet 2014 AMO Math Proficiency goals for All Students, Economically
Disadvantaged, Hispanic, Multiracial, and IEP subgroups.
- Did not meet State Indicators in 7th Grade Math and 8th Grade Science
Focus: (Goals)
1. For the 2014-2015 school year, 7th grade math students will meet the achievement
indicator on the 2015 building report card and they will show one year’s growth on the
2015 Progress Report.
2. For the 2014-2015 school year, the 7th grade English students will achieve one year’s
growth on the 2015 Progress Report.
3. For the 2014-2015 school year, the 8th grade science students will meet the
achievement indicator on the 2015 building report card.
4. For the 2014-2015 school year, we will meet all of the Math and Reading AMO goals
for all of our subgroups.
1. For the 2014-2015 school year, 7th grade math students will meet the achievement
indicator on the 2015 building report card and they will show one year’s growth on the
2015 Progress Report.
Actions:
grade math teachers, including
resource room and inclusion, will
implement Springboard Mathematics
materials and assessments.
7th
7th grade math teachers will implement
mastery-based instruction and
assessment.
Mid Year Check:
We will use growth and achievement
reports from STAR testing in order to
gauge our progress.
We will utilize Embedded Assessments
and Unit Tests collected by our Teacher
Based Teams in order to measure student
growth and progress toward our goals.
Documentation of formative assessment
log.
2. For the 2014-2015 school year, the 7th grade English students will achieve one year’s
growth on the 2015 Progress Report.
Actions:
RJHS is implementing writing across the curriculum using
the writing conventions.
We will focus on the implementation and development of
Formative Instructional Practices.
RJHS is implementing CLOSE reading strategies across
the curriculum.
Mid Year Check:
We will use growth and
achievement reports from
STAR testing in order to
gauge our progress.
We will use data from
Springboard’s Embedded
Assessments to monitor
progress
We will utilize common
assessments and other
data to be collected by our
Teacher Based Teams in
order to measure student
growth and progress toward
our goals.
3. For the 2014-2015 school year, the 8th grade science students will meet the
achievement indicator on the 2015 building report card.
Actions:
The 8th grade science department
will use pre and post data to guide
instruction.
The 8th grade science department
will collaborate with each other on
new curriculum topics.
Mid Year Check:
We will utilize common assessments and
other data to be collected by our Teacher
Based Teams in order to measure student
growth and progress toward our goals.
The 8th grade science department
will incorporate reading and writing
to increase student literacy and
achievement.
4. For the 2014-2015 school year, we will meet all of the Math and Reading AMO goals
for all of our subgroups.
Actions:
7th and 8th grade math teachers, including
resource room and inclusion, will
implement the SpringBoard curriculum,
materials, and assessments.
7th
grade math teachers will implement
mastery-based instruction and
assessment.
Mid Year Check:
We will use growth and achievement
reports from STAR testing in order to
gauge our progress.
We will utilize common assessments and
other data to be collected by our Teacher
Based Teams in order to measure student
growth and progress toward our goals.
Teachers will group students in STAR
according to their subgroup(s) and analyze
their growth report after each screener.
We will use the Winter STAR screener to
look at student growth.
Tutoring for students with disabilities is
more focused on understanding academic
content in order to close achievement
Tutoring students do iReady at least once
per week to track their math progress.
gaps and less focused on organizing and
completing homework assignments.
We will focus on the implementation and
development of Formative Instructional
Practices throughout our teaching staff.
Evidence can be gathered through
instructional rounds and walk-throughs.
Teachers from the Building Leadership
Team will explore transformative cultural
practices at other school districts. Those
teachers will share results and make
recommendations for whole staff
development.
Results we expect:
1. For the 2014-2015 school year, 7th
grade math students will meet the
achievement indicator on the 2015 building
report card and they will show one year’s
growth on the 2015 Progress Report.
2. For the 2014-2015 school year, the 7th
grade English students will achieve one
year’s growth on the 2015 Progress
Report.
Mid Year Check:
We will use growth and achievement
reports from our STAR tests in order to
gauge our progress.
We will utilize common assessments and
other data to be collected by our Teacher
Based Teams in order to measure student
growth and progress toward our goals.
3. For the 2014-2015 school year, the 8th
grade science students will meet the
achievement indicator on the 2015 building
report card.
4. For the 2014-2015 school year, we will
meet all of the Math and Reading AMO
goals for all of our subgroups.
Link to District CIP
Our goal #1 aligns to DLT SMART goal #2
Our goal #3 aligns to DLT SMART goal #3
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