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Beauregard Elementary CIP

Schoolwide Diagnostic

Introduction

 

This diagnostic tool is aligned to the requirements for Title I Schoolwide School as described in section 1114, Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).  The comprehensive needs assessment (CNA) requirement is met by completing a School Process Profile and Summary Report. The comprehensive needs assessment must be completed prior to creating a new plan or annually updating an existing school improvement plan. Use the results of the comprehensive needs assessment to develop Goals/Objectives/Strategies and Activities. Ensure that the Gap Statements and Causes for Gaps included in the Goals information address all four measures of data: student achievement data, school programs/process data, perceptions data (must include teachers and parents; student data is encouraged), and demographic data. The Comprehensive Needs Assessment must also take into account the needs of migratory children as defined in Title I, Part C, Section 1309(2).

Component 1: Comprehensive Needs Assessment (Sec.1114(b)(6))

 

 

 

How was the comprehensive needs assessment conducted?  

 

Our faculty collaboratively participated in the comprehensive needs assessment during monthly staff meetings during the 2017-2018 school year. Data reports were accessed in order to complete the School Data Analysis diagnostic, and to be able to lead analysis process during meetings. During our data meetings, teachers identified achievement gaps in all content areas for students and sub groups with multiple test results.

The staff prioritized the areas of greatest need for all and identified subgroups and preliminary priority goals, strategies and activities. The Continuous Improvement Team (CIP), which meets quarterly, used the results to complete the final alignment to endure that all data results aligned with priority goals.

Additionally, the team completed the School Data analysis diagnostic in AdvancED. CIP team leaders communicated with staff at meetings to ensure all stakeholders were involved in the process, and reached consensus. The school's CIP team also consists of parents and community leaders. These representatives are selected by  the principal.The principal explains the process for the CIP meetings and the reasons that parent involvement is so important. Parents that accept, attend as many meetings as possible. We encourage our parents and community members to ask questions during the meetings to avoid confusion.

Throughout the school improvement process, the CIP team, including parents, examine data and look to identify priority needs. Additionally at the end of year planning and evaluation meetings, parents are presented with data and contribute to the discussion of school needs based on that data. Parents are also surveyed regarding their beliefs about our programs, strategies and activities in order to contribute to consensus regarding building wide strategies. The process unfolds throughout the year at various meetings and activities (CIP meetings, Open House, conferences, PTO meetings, Title I meeting, etc.)

As the new data becomes available in the 2017-2018 school year, teachers meet during grade level meetings , RTI, and data meetings to analyze data and progress monitoring results to target areas of weaknesses and to discuss intervention strategies. School Improvement meetings are scheduled once a semester with faculty, staff, and parent representatives to look at areas of planning, curriculum and instruction.

 

 

 

What were the results of the comprehensive needs assessment?  

 

ASPIRE 3rd grade Reading

Exceeds- 13%

Ready- 24%

Close- 29%

Support- 35%

Aspire 3rd Grade Math

Exceeds- 32%

Ready 42% Close- 22%

Support- 4%

ACT Aspire 4th Grade Reading

Exceeds- 19%

Ready- 21%

Close- 38%

Support- 22%

ACT Aspire 4th Grade Math

Exceeds- 33%

Ready- 35%

Close- 31%

Support-2%

 

Our Global Scholar Performance Series showed that overall our students made positive gains. However, our goals this year will be to become more proficient in both reading and math with heavier emphasis on reading. Teachers are analyzing data  to make a diagnostics on each student to better service them.  

 

 

What conclusions were drawn from the results?  

 

The results of our comprehensive needs assessment indicates that we need to continue to address our goals weekly to ensure that our strategies are meeting the needs of all students.

 

 

What information was concluded as a result of analyzing perception, student achievement, school programs/process, and demographic data?  

 

The analysis of perception data resulted in the following conclusions: continue with our parent organization to relay proper information to our parents, continue to create a positive perception at Beauregard Elementary, and supportive learning environment that offers opportunities for our students to be successful.

Student achievement is enhanced by our pacing guides which are aligned with the Common Core Readiness Standards.We incorporate research- based strategies through whole group and small group instruction.

School demographics data revealed the following conclusion: 67% of the student population receives either free or reduced lunch.

 

 

 How are the school goals connected to priority needs and the needs assessment?

 

The purpose of school goals is to examine multiple sources of data to identify the priority needs and directions for the school. The data helps monitor and assess the impact of programs, instructions, and other resources related to student achievement. Data collection and analysis process is continued to ensure progress towards the school's objective, goals, and overall mission.

 

 

 How do the goals portray a clear and detailed analysis of multiple types of data?  

 

The goals are derived from weekly collaboration planning, monthly data meetings including all academic teams, parent input stemming from home reports, and the end of the year faculty reflections.

 

 

How do the goals address the needs of the whole school population and special recognition to children who are disadvantaged?  

 

The goals address the needs of the whole school population in the following ways: differentiated instruction, teaching strategies for both small and whole group, implementation of supplemental programs such as Spire. Our disadvantaged students who have access to our extended day program receive extra services.  

 

Component 2: Schoolwide Reform Strategies (Sec. 1114(7)(A)(i)(ii)(iii)(I)(II)(III))

 

 

 

Identify the strategies in the schoolwide plan that provide opportunities for all children, including each of the subgroups of students (economically disadvantaged; students from major racial and ethnic groups; children with disabilities; and English

Learners) as defined in section 1111(c)(2) to meet the challenging State academic standards.

 

Goal 1:

To increase reading achievement in all grades at Beauregard Elementary School

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

 

 

Strategy1:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Strategy2:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Strategy3:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

Measurable Objective 2:

A 6% increase of Kindergarten and First grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by

DIBELS Next.

 

 

Strategy1:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Strategy2:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Strategy3:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Goal 2:

Beauregard Elementary will continually grow and enhance a safe and positive learning environment for all students.

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

collaborate to develop and implement PBS plan by 05/25/2018 as measured by percentage of students attending  behavior celebration..

 

 

Strategy1:

Create and develop a PBS plan - PBS plan is implemented each 9 weeks with incentives.

Category: Develop/Implement Student and School Culture Program

Research Cited: PBIS.org/research

Activity - Communication with parents

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will communicate with parents through DOJO or remind regarding students behavior.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Student Leadership opportunties

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Student will be given leadership opportunities in the classroom.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Positive Incentives

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Each nine weeks students can participate in a Positive Behavior Incentive for not receiving any write up in classroom or the bus.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and regular education teachers

 

Goal 3:

To increase math acheivement 1st through 4th at Beauregard Elementary School

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will increase student growth  overall in Mathematics by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

 

 

Strategy1:

Math Tier Instruction - All student will receive Tier I instruction. Students identified by the RTI team will also receive Tier II and Tier III as needed. Teachers will meet with RTI team every 4-6 weeks to review the data.

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: OGAP and AMSTI

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Administrators team will conduct data meetings during collaborative planning or after school a minimum of three times a year.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

09/01/2017

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administrative team

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be monitored formative and summative assessment. Teachers will collaborate to create lesson based on the needs of the individual students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

All regular education

 

Activity - Investigation/ Number Talks

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be involved in learning reasoning skills, multiple strategies with the ability to discuss through collaboration.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$10000 - Title I Part

A

Math regular education teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

AMSTI coaches will provide professional development and coaching cycle for all math general education teachers.

Professional

Learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

AMSTI instructors

 

Strategy2:

Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers, and Regular Education Teachers - Teachers will analyze data and collaborate on strategies to best meet the needs of the students.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited:  

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will meet once a week to collaborate and plan lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers, special education teachers and Title I teachers

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student-centered classroom - Students will be able to participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons.

Category: Develop /Implement Leader Effectiveness Plan

Research Cited: The teacher's role in implementing in Cooperative Learning Classrooms by Robyn M. Gillies, Adrian F. Ashman, Jan Terwel

 

Activity - Student Led Lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help student led lessons

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Student Led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students update their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child's work. We will hold 2 a year.

Academic

Support

Program

10/09/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and Regular Education teachers

 

Goal 4:

Beauregard Elementary School will implement contract services in order to provide remediation for reading skills

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 5% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/19/2017 as measured by ACT Aspire and Global Scholar.

 

 

Strategy1:

Contract Services - Beauregard Elementary school will hire part-time contract service teachers using Title I funds. These teachers will serve as an intervention specialist to help with reading fluency and reading skills.

Category: Develop/Implement Research Based Best Practices for Continuous Improvement

Research Cited:  

 

Activity - Small Group Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Data will be collected to assign students to small group schedule. The lesson will be based on area of improvement for each student.

Academic

Support

Program

09/05/2016

04/28/2017

$116665 - Title I

Part A

Intervention teachers

 

 

 

Identify the instructional  strategies and  methods used  that strengthen the academic program in the school, increase the amount and quality of learning time, and help provide an enriched and accelerated curriculum, which may include programs, activities, and courses necessary to provide a well-rounded education.

 

Goal 1:

To increase reading achievement in all grades at Beauregard Elementary School

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 6% increase of Kindergarten and First grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by

DIBELS Next.

 

 

Strategy1:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Strategy2:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

Strategy3:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Measurable Objective 2:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

 

 

Strategy1:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Strategy2:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Measurable Objective 3:

A 9% increase of Second and Third grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by

DIBELS Next.

 

 

Strategy1:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

Strategy2:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave

 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Goal 2:

Beauregard Elementary will continually grow and enhance a safe and positive learning environment for all students.

 

 

Measurable Objective 1: collaborate to develop and implement PBS plan by 05/25/2018 as measured by percentage of students attending  behavior celebration..

 

Strategy1:

Create and develop a PBS plan - PBS plan is implemented each 9 weeks with incentives.

Category: Develop/Implement Student and School Culture Program

Research Cited: PBIS.org/research

 

Activity - Student Leadership opportunties

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Student will be given leadership opportunities in the classroom.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Communication with parents

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will communicate with parents through DOJO or remind regarding students behavior.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Positive Incentives

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Each nine weeks students can participate in a Positive Behavior Incentive for not receiving any write up in classroom or the bus.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and regular education teachers

 

Goal 3:

Beauregard Elementary School will implement contract services in order to provide remediation for reading skills

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 5% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/19/2017 as measured by ACT Aspire and Global Scholar.

 

 

Strategy1:

Contract Services - Beauregard Elementary school will hire part-time contract service teachers using Title I funds. These teachers will serve as an intervention specialist to help with reading fluency and reading skills.

Category: Develop/Implement Research Based Best Practices for Continuous Improvement

Research Cited:  

 

Activity - Small Group Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Data will be collected to assign students to small group schedule. The lesson will be based on area of improvement for each student.

Academic

Support

Program

09/05/2016

04/28/2017

$116665 - Title I

Part A

Intervention teachers

 Goal 4:

To increase math acheivement 1st through 4th at Beauregard Elementary School

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will increase student growth  overall in Mathematics by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

 

 

Strategy1:

Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers, and Regular Education Teachers - Teachers will analyze data and collaborate on strategies to best meet the needs of the students.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited:  

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will meet once a week to collaborate and plan lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers, special education teachers and Title I teachers

 

Strategy2:

Establish a student-centered classroom - Students will be able to participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons.

Category: Develop /Implement Leader Effectiveness Plan

Research Cited: The teacher's role in implementing in Cooperative Learning Classrooms by Robyn M. Gillies, Adrian F. Ashman, Jan Terwel

 

Activity - Student Led Lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help student led lessons

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Student Led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students update their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child's work. We will hold 2 a year.

Academic

Support

Program

10/09/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and Regular Education teachers

 

Strategy3:

Math Tier Instruction - All student will receive Tier I instruction. Students identified by the RTI team will also receive Tier II and Tier III as needed. Teachers will meet with RTI team every 4-6 weeks to review the data.

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: OGAP and AMSTI

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

AMSTI coaches will provide professional development and coaching cycle for all math general education teachers.

Academic

Support

Program

Professional

Learning

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

AMSTI instructors

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Administrators team will conduct data meetings during collaborative planning or after school a minimum of three times a year.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

09/01/2017

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administrative team

 

Activity - Investigation/ Number Talks

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be involved in learning reasoning skills, multiple strategies with the ability to discuss through collaboration.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$10000 - Title I Part

A

Math regular education teachers

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be monitored formative and summative assessment. Teachers will collaborate to create lesson based on the needs of the individual students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

All regular education

 

 

 

Address the needs of all children in the school, but particularly the needs of those at risk of not meeting the challenging State academic standards, through activities which may include-

 

  • counseling, school-based mental health programs, specialized instructional support services, mentoring services, and other strategies to improve students' skills outside the academic subject areas

 

  • preparation for and awareness of opportunities for postsecondary education and the workforce, which may include career and technical education programs and broadening secondary school students' access to coursework to earn postsecondary credit while still in high school (such as Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, dual or concurrent enrollment, or early college high schools

 

  • implementation of a schoolwide tiered model to prevent and address problem behavior, and early intervening services, coordinated with similar activities and services carried out under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (20 U.S.C. 1400 et seq.)

Goal 1:

 Beauregard Elementary School will implement contract services in order to provide remediation for Reading skills.  

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 5% increase of Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/22/2015 as measured by

ACT ASPIRE and Global Scholar.

 

 

Strategy1:

Contract Services - Beauregard Elementary School will hire part-time contract service teachers using Title I funds. These teachers will serve as an intervention specialist to help with reading fluency and reading skills.

Category:

Research Cited:  

 

Activity - Small Group Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Contract teachers will be assign intervention students to work on Reading fluency and Reading skills. They will collaborate with our full-time teachers to develop a lesson with effective strategies.

Direct

Instruction

10/01/2014

05/22/2015

$24950 - Title I Part

A

Principal, Teachers and

Part-Time Contract

Service Teachers

 

Goal 2:

To increase reading achievement in all grades at Beauregard Elementary School

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

Strategy1:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Strategy2:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Measurable Objective 2:

A 9% increase of Second and Third grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by

DIBELS Next.

 

 

Strategy1:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Strategy2:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Measurable Objective 3:

A 6% increase of Kindergarten and First grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by DIBELS Next.

 

 

Strategy1:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Strategy2:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Goal 3:

Beauregard Elementary will continually grow and enhance a safe and positive learning environment for all students.

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

collaborate to develop and implement PBS plan by 05/25/2018 as measured by percentage of students attending  behavior celebration..

 

 

Strategy1:

Create and develop a PBS plan - PBS plan is implemented each 9 weeks with incentives.

Category: Develop/Implement Student and School Culture Program

Research Cited: PBIS.org/research

 

Activity - Positive Incentives

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Each nine weeks students can participate in a Positive Behavior Incentive for not receiving any write up in classroom or the bus.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and regular education teachers

 

Activity - Student Leadership opportunties

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Student will be given leadership opportunities in the classroom.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Communication with parents

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will communicate with parents through DOJO or remind regarding students behavior.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Goal 4:

To increase math acheivement 1st through 4th at Beauregard Elementary School

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will increase student growth  overall in Mathematics by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

 

 

Strategy1:

Math Tier Instruction - All student will receive Tier I instruction. Students identified by the RTI team will also receive Tier II and Tier III as needed. Teachers will meet with RTI team every 4-6 weeks to review the data.

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: OGAP and AMSTI

 

Activity - Investigation/ Number Talks

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be involved in learning reasoning skills, multiple strategies with the ability to discuss through collaboration.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$10000 - Title I Part

A

Math regular education teachers

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

AMSTI coaches will provide professional development and coaching cycle for all math general education teachers.

Professional

Learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

AMSTI instructors

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be monitored formative and summative assessment. Teachers will collaborate to create lesson based on the needs of the individual students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

All regular education

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Administrators team will conduct data meetings during collaborative planning or after school a minimum of three times a year.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

09/01/2017

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administrative team

 

Strategy2:

Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers, and Regular Education Teachers - Teachers will analyze data and collaborate on strategies to best meet the needs of the students.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited:  

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will meet once a week to collaborate and plan lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers, special education teachers and Title I teachers

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student-centered classroom - Students will be able to participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons.

Category: Develop /Implement Leader Effectiveness Plan

Research Cited: The teacher's role in implementing in Cooperative Learning Classrooms by Robyn M. Gillies, Adrian F. Ashman, Jan Terwel

 

Activity - Student Led Lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help student led lessons

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Student Led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students update their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child's work. We will hold 2 a year.

Academic

Support

Program

10/09/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and Regular Education teachers

 

 

 

English Language Proficiency Goal (Should address identified weaknesses and gaps):

 Goal 1:

To increase reading achievement in all grades at Beauregard Elementary School

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 9% increase of Second and Third grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by

DIBELS Next.

 

 

Strategy1:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Strategy2:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Measurable Objective 2:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

 

 

Strategy1:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Strategy2:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Strategy3:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Measurable Objective 3:

A 6% increase of Kindergarten and First grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by

DIBELS Next.

 

 

Strategy1:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special Education Teachers

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Strategy2:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Goal 2:

Beauregard Elementary will continually grow and enhance a safe and positive learning environment for all students.

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

collaborate to develop and implement PBS plan by 05/25/2018 as measured by percentage of students attending  behavior celebration..

 

 

Strategy1:

Create and develop a PBS plan - PBS plan is implemented each 9 weeks with incentives.

Category: Develop/Implement Student and School Culture Program

Research Cited: PBIS.org/research

 

Activity - Communication with parents

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will communicate with parents through DOJO or remind regarding students behavior.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Positive Incentives

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Each nine weeks students can participate in a Positive Behavior Incentive for not receiving any write up in classroom or the bus.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and regular education teachers

 

Activity - Student Leadership opportunties

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Student will be given leadership opportunities in the classroom.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 Goal 3:

Beauregard Elementary School will implement contract services in order to provide remediation for reading skills

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 5% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/19/2017 as measured by ACT Aspire and Global Scholar.

 

 

Strategy1:

Contract Services - Beauregard Elementary school will hire part-time contract service teachers using Title I funds. These teachers will serve as an intervention specialist to help with reading fluency and reading skills.

Category: Develop/Implement Research Based Best Practices for Continuous Improvement

Research Cited:  

 

Activity - Small Group Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Data will be collected to assign students to small group schedule. The lesson will be based on area of improvement for each student.

Academic

Support

Program

09/05/2016

04/28/2017

$116665 - Title I

Part A

Intervention teachers

 

Goal 4:

To increase math acheivement 1st through 4th at Beauregard Elementary School

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will increase student growth  overall in Mathematics by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

 

 

Strategy1:

Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers, and Regular Education Teachers - Teachers will analyze data and collaborate on strategies to best meet the needs of the students.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited:  

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will meet once a week to collaborate and plan lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers, special education teachers and Title I teachers

 

Strategy2:

Establish a student-centered classroom - Students will be able to participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons.

Category: Develop /Implement Leader Effectiveness Plan

Research Cited: The teacher's role in implementing in Cooperative Learning Classrooms by Robyn M. Gillies, Adrian F. Ashman, Jan Terwel

 

Activity - Student Led Lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help student led lessons

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Student Led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students update their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child's work. We will hold 2 a year.

Academic

Support

Program

10/09/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and Regular Education teachers

 

Strategy3:

Math Tier Instruction - All student will receive Tier I instruction. Students identified by the RTI team will also receive Tier II and Tier III as needed. Teachers will meet with RTI team every 4-6 weeks to review the data.

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: OGAP and AMSTI

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Administrators team will conduct data meetings during collaborative planning or after school a minimum of three times a year.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

09/01/2017

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administrative team

 

Activity - Investigation/ Number Talks

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be involved in learning reasoning skills, multiple strategies with the ability to discuss through collaboration.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$10000 - Title I Part

A

Math regular education teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

AMSTI coaches will provide professional development and coaching cycle for all math general education teachers.

Academic

Support

Program

Professional

Learning

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

AMSTI instructors

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be monitored formative and summative assessment. Teachers will collaborate to create lesson based on the needs of the individual students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

All regular education

 

 

 

Describe how the school  provides individual student academic achievement results and interpretation of the results to parents of

English Learners in a language they can understand.

 

.....We hold our annual meeting to review the goals and accommodations for the ELL students. A translator is provided for meetings and reports are translated in home language.  

 

Component 3: Instruction by Qualified Staff (Sec.1112(c)(6))

Label

Assurance

Response

Comment

Attachment

1.

Do all of the instructional paraprofessionals meet the state requirements? If no, what is the number that has not met state requirements and what is being done to address this?

Yes

It is the policy of Lee County Schools that all instructional faculty and staff be highly qualified.

 

 

Label

Assurance

Response

Comment

Attachment

2.

Do all of the teachers meet the state requirements and licensing criteria for the grade levels and subject areas in which the teachers provide instruction? If no, what is the number that has not met state requirements and licensing criteria, and what is being done to address this?

Yes

It is a policy of Lee County schools that all faculty and staff are highly qualified.

 

 

Describe how staffing decision ensure that highly qualified, well trained teachers provide instruction and how their assignments most effectively address identified academic needs.  

 

All staffing decisions at Beauregard Elementary School begin with a review of applicants from the Teach Alabama website. The website allows the school to pull from applicants across the nation. Only those applicants that are "highly qualified" are selected to be interviewed.   

Component 4: Strategies to Attract Qualified Teachers (Sec. 1114(7)(A)(iii)(IV))

What is the school's teacher turnover rate for this school year?  

 

Mrs. Adams and Mrs. Bryant retired.

Mrs. Sellers and Mrs. Induni moved to a different city.

W cut three teaching units due to increase of class sizes.

Mrs. Oechsle replaced Mrs. Induni.

 

 

What is the experience level of key teaching and learning personnel?  

 

Beauregard Elementary School

20 Teachers with Bachelors degree

29 Masters Degree

2 Specialist

1 Doctorate

 

 

If there is a high turnover rate, list initiatives the school or school district has implemented to attempt to lower the turnover rate

(recruitment and retention strategies).

 

Beauregard Elementary School benefits from district initiatives to attract and retain highly qualified teachers which include progressive technology in schools, progressive professional development with funding from local funds, and opportunities to partnership with nearby Auburn University. The district also provides New teacher training which allows new employees to have support system before the start of school with technology, INow, Educate Alabama, and Curriculum and Instruction.

We include teacher motivation/team building activities to develop a sense of camaraderie. We maintain a safe and well manicured campus that is appealing to teachers. We strive to create both a positive work environment and high expectations that allow a healthy and competitive environment in which all teachers want their students to achieve. 

Component 5: High Quality and Ongoing Professional Development (Sec. 1114(7)(A)(iii)(IV))

Describe how data is used from academic assessments to determine professional development.

 

We have formed a professional development committee that our counselor, Laura Kirby leads. They use the goals outlined in our CIP plan to drive the professional development at Beauregard Elementary. This summer Lee County teachers had various training offered to them. Those that attended learned how to specifically implement mathematical and reading practice standards in their classroom with their students.

 

 

 

Identify the professional development opportunities for teachers, principals, paraprofessionals, and  other school personnel to improve instruction.

 

Central Office creates a 2017-2018 professional development calendar based on surveys completed by teachers and parent feedback and student data.

 

 

Identify the teacher mentoring activities included in the schoolwide plan. For example, new or inexperienced teachers are given support from an assigned master teacher.

 

Each teacher is paired with a tenured teacher who provides assistance in lesson planning, instruction, textbook orientation as well as acquainting them to procedures and programs of the school day. The new teachers and their mentors meet regularly during planning time, common collaboration planning, grade level meetings and as needs arise. Each new teacher will have a mentor untilt hey too become tenured.  

 

 

Describe how all professional development is "sustained and ongoing."

 

Many strategies are employed to identify professional development needs at Beauregard Elementary School. The school faculty, school administrators, and district level administrators work together to ensure that these needs are aligned with the Lee County Curriculum guides. Professional development opportuntities are designed to maximize time and expenditures, all professional development must be high quality and classroom focused in order to have a lasting impact on classroom instruction and the teacher's performance int e classroom.   

Component 6: Transition Strategies (Sec.1114(7)(A)(iii)(V))

Identify the strategies in the schoolwide plan that support and assist students in transitioning from one grade level to the next. For example, preschool preparation for Kindergarten and/or eighth grade transition to high school and/or high school to college/work force.    

Goal 1:

To increase reading achievement in all grades at Beauregard Elementary School

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 9% increase of Second and Third grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by

DIBELS Next.

 

 

Strategy1:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Strategy2:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave

 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Measurable Objective 2:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

 

 

Strategy1:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular Education teachers

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Strategy2:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Strategy3:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave

 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Measurable Objective 3:

A 6% increase of Kindergarten and First grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by

DIBELS Next.

 

 

Strategy1:

Establish a student- centered classroom - Students will be able participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons. Teachers will spend less time on lectures.

 

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Student-centered learning- Nine classrooms in action. by Bill Nave 

Activity - Student led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students updates their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child’s work.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and classroom teachers

 

Activity - Student Led lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help with student led lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Students and Classroom teachers.

 

Strategy2:

Small Group Instruction - Tier assignments will be used to allow our teachers to differentiate learning through multiple strategies. It allows teachers to meet the needs of all students while using varying levels of tasks through small group instruction and centers activities.

All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

 

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: ARI Strategies

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will use data through our formative and summative assessment to plan lessons based on the need of the students. Effective teaching will provide all students with different avenues to learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Resource Teachers,

Reading Coach and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will be provided professional development on reading phonics skills. Teachers will plan through their common planning each week.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$6000 - Title I Part

A

Richell Rice, Reading

Coach and Regular

Education teachers

 

Activity - Technology

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Incorporate technology into lessons for enrichment as well as remediation based on identified student needs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in data meetings 3 times a year to look at students' strengthens and weakness. Teachers will collaborate strategies they have used with their students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and

Regular Education

Teachers

 

Strategy3:

Collaboration with Teachers - : Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers , Resource Teachers and Regular Education Teachers in Reading.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: Collaboration and Co-teaching Strategies for English Learners By Andrea Honigsfeld

 

Activity - Co-teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Regular Education Teachers and Special Education Teachers will plan and co-teach in an inclusion setting.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers and Special

Education Teachers

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teacher will have a schedule common planning once a week to collaborate about standards.

Academic

Support

Program

07/31/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education

Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers.

 

Goal 2:

Beauregard Elementary will continually grow and enhance a safe and positive learning environment for all students.

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

collaborate to develop and implement PBS plan by 05/25/2018 as measured by percentage of students attending  behavior celebration..

 

 

Strategy1:

Create and develop a PBS plan - PBS plan is implemented each 9 weeks with incentives.

Category: Develop/Implement Student and School Culture Program

Research Cited: PBIS.org/research

 

Activity - Communication with parents

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will communicate with parents through DOJO or remind regarding students behavior.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Student Leadership opportunties

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Student will be given leadership opportunities in the classroom.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Positive Incentives

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Each nine weeks students can participate in a Positive Behavior Incentive for not receiving any write up in classroom or the bus.

Behavioral

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and regular education teachers

 

Goal 3:

To increase math acheivement 1st through 4th at Beauregard Elementary School

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will increase student growth  overall in Mathematics by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

 

 

Strategy1:

Establish a student-centered classroom - Students will be able to participate in cooperative groups through inquiry based lessons.

Category: Develop /Implement Leader Effectiveness Plan

Research Cited: The teacher's role in implementing in Cooperative Learning Classrooms by Robyn M. Gillies, Adrian F. Ashman, Jan Terwel

 

Activity - Student Led Lessons

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will participate in cooperative learning activities and help student led lessons

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular education teachers

 

Activity - Student Led Conferences

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students update their parents on their progress and allow the opportunity for parents to see their child's work. We will hold 2 a year.

Academic

Support

Program

10/09/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administration and Regular Education teachers

 

Strategy2:

Increase collaboration among Special Education Teachers, Resource Teachers, and Regular Education Teachers - Teachers will analyze data and collaborate on strategies to best meet the needs of the students.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited:  

 

Activity - Common Planning

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will meet once a week to collaborate and plan lessons.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers, special education teachers and Title I teachers

 

Strategy3:

Math Tier Instruction - All student will receive Tier I instruction. Students identified by the RTI team will also receive Tier II and Tier III as needed. Teachers will meet with RTI team every 4-6 weeks to review the data.

Category: Develop/Implement College and Career Ready Standards

Research Cited: OGAP and AMSTI

 

Activity - Investigation/ Number Talks

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be involved in learning reasoning skills, multiple strategies with the ability to discuss through collaboration.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$10000 - Title I Part

A

Math regular education teachers

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

AMSTI coaches will provide professional development and coaching cycle for all math general education teachers.

Professional

Learning

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

AMSTI instructors

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be monitored formative and summative assessment. Teachers will collaborate to create lesson based on the needs of the individual students.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

All regular education

 

Activity - Data Meetings

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Administrators team will conduct data meetings during collaborative planning or after school a minimum of three times a year.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

09/01/2017

$0 - No Funding

Required

Administrative team

 

Goal 4:

To increase overall math achievement in all grade levels

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

A 2% increase of First, Second, Third and Fourth grade students  will demonstrate a proficiency  overall in Mathematics by 05/25/2018 as measured by Scantron Performance Series.

 

 

Strategy1:

Tiered Instruction - All students will receive tiered instruction. Students will be assessed through formative and summative assessments in order to identify their needs.

Category: Develop/Implement Learning Supports

Research Cited: OGAP/ AMSTI

 

Activity - Professional Development

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Teachers will participate in OGAP training and continue with professional  development throughout the school year from AMSTI trainers.

Academic

Support

Program

07/10/2017

05/25/2018

$10000 - Title I Part

A

Math teachers and AMSTI Trainers

 

Activity - Differentiated Instruction

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be monitored through formative and summative assessments throughout the school year.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Regular Education Teachers

 

Activity - Investigations/ Numbers Talks

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Students will be involved in learning reasoning skills and  multiple strategies with the ability to discuss through collaboration.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Math teachers

 

Goal 5:

A increase progress in achieving English Language Proficiency

 

 

Measurable Objective 1:

2% of English Learners students  will increase student growth  in in Reading by 05/25/2018 as measured by ACCESS for ELLs 2.0.

 

 

Strategy1:

Sheltered Instruction - Teachers will implement differentiate activities based on ELs' language levels.

Category: Develop/Implement Research Based Best Practices for Continuous Improvement

Research Cited: SIOP Research by CAL Center for Applied Linguistic

 

Activity - Reciprocal Teaching

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

The scaffolding that the reciprocal teaching strategy provides allows ELs to access complex

content. The activity provides frequent opportunities for ELs to develop academic language in all 4 language domain-speaking listening, reading and writing.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Classroom Teachers

 

Activity - Exit Slips

Activity

Type

Begin Date

End Date

Funding Amount & Source

Staff Responsible

Exit slips allow teachers to formulate asses ELS language levels and content mastery. The feedback exit slips provide drive instruction for ELs.

Academic

Support

Program

08/07/2017

05/25/2018

$0 - No Funding

Required

Classroom teachers

 

Narrative:

Plans are developed for assisting in the school wide plan that support and assist students in transitioning from one grade level to the next.

For example, preschool preparation for Kindergarten ab/or eight grade transition to high school.

Plans include:

  1. Pre-K registration and orientation
  2. Head Start is invited to visit the school
  3. Younger children are given a packet to prepare for the first day of school.
  4. We have 2 Pre-K classrooms to orient students to Kindergarten
  5. Cross- curriculum grade level meeting
  6. Summer bridge activities available by request
  7. Updated website with links
  8. Early enrollment and registration
  9. Open House opoortunities

In order to provide assessment information pertaining to each student, cumulative assessments are utilized on each grade level and continue the transition with the students from Kindergarten through middle school. We offer after-school care that offers a tutorial program that helps students academically and socially, as well as with transitions of our 4th grade students to middle school.

Communication with teachers and parents is offered in the school and community through newsletter, parental involvement days, PTO, phone calls, social media and the school website.

The following steps are taken to insure a smooth transition from elementary to middle school.

  1. The administration and counselor visits the 4th grade classes to discuss scheduling and answer questions.
  2. The band director traditionally come to visit the 4th grade to recruit.
  3. Parents and students are invited to their summer Open House.
  4. School personnel make themselves available throughout the summer to assist the families with any needs relating to the transition fromelementary to middle school.

 

Component 7: Teacher Participation in Making Assessment Decisions  (Sec.1114(b)(2))

 

 

 

What measures are in place to include teachers in decisions regarding the use of results of statewide academic assessments?

 

Teachers at Beauregard Elementary School provide input through the development of instructional alignment pacing guides and benchmark assessments in all grades. Grade levels meet weekly during collaborative planning to discuss assessment decisions and cross-curriculum planning is implemented monthly. Assessment discussions are implemented during faculty meetings and professional development activities.

Based on the data collected, classes are diversely grouped to provide intervention as well as rigor.

The general education teacher has an active and significant role in the determination and use of testing accommodations for students with disabilities. General education teachers are most familiar with curriculum content and the purpose of state and district-wide assessments. Ensuring that students with disabilities have full access to the programs and services that are available to their non-disabled peers often require that general education teachers, in collaboration with special education teachers, provide appropriate instruction on a daily basis. The testing accommodations listed in the student's IEP/504 Plan must be consistently in the classroom. To accomplish this, teachers must be familiar with different types of accommodations and how to implement them. General education teachers can also advise students on the test-taking skills that all students need.  

 

Component 8: Timely and Additional Assistance to Students Having Difficulty Mastering the Standards (Sec.1114 (7)(A))

 

 

 

What is the process to identify students who experience difficulty mastering the State's academic achievement assessment standards at an advanced or proficient level?  

 

Students who experience difficulty mastering the proficient or advanced achievement standards will be provided timely, effective and additional instructional assistance. This will be accomplished by:

*Teacher review of student permanent records, previous test results and any other pertinent information which would help the teacher to determine student strengths and weaknesses.

*By utilizing Baseline Edge teachers assess student progress and implement differentiated instruction as needed.

*Compass Learning, a standards based computer program, allows students to work to their level, to help help achieve mastery of specific

skills.

*Compilation of class profiles by teachers and utilization of test reports to determine individual and class strengths and weaknesses, and to address these results during instruction.

*Providing daily small group instruction and intervention by all teachers for children experiencing difficulty.

*Utilization of system-wide instructional coaches, special education educators and Title I staff if accessible.

*Progress monitoring is used to influence fluency and comprehension in all grades.

*Conducting monthly data meetings to discuss strategies and procedures that would encourage student success and to review student progress and make changes in instruction as needed.

* Utilizing the assistance of the Instructional Coach to provide teacher with professional development activities needed to assist students.

*Encouraging parental involvement in student education through school conferences, telephone conversations and notes.

 

 

How is timely, effective, additional assistance provided to students who are experiencing difficulty mastering the State's academic achievement assessment standards at an advanced or proficient level?

 

In 2017-2018 school year, we utilized contract services provided by Title I funds to employ highly qualified part time teachers for each grade level. They teach additional small group instruction to those that scores below benchmark or show signs of dyslexia. Our data has provided us with reason to employ these teachers. In addition to programs during the school year, we provide extended summer learning opportunities at Beauregard Elementary School.

 

 

Describe how the school provides opportunities for the most academically needy students to receive support and reinforcement of academic skills BEYOND THE REGULAR SCHOOL DAY.

 

Homework Helper, is our after school tutorial program for reading and math. This program offers homework help given by certified teachers to students needing assistance. They also allow access to the computer lab and media center as an additional resources. Community members and organizations donate school supplies for those children identified as needing them.   

 

Describe procedures used to address challenges for each group of Migrant, English Language Learners, Economically

Disadvantaged, Special Education, Neglected and/or Delinquent, and Homeless Students.

 

Programs and strategies used for special populations include the following: peer buddies, adult mentors, provisions of supplies, lessons on various cultures, small group counseling services, parent information in native languages, interpreters, and connection with other agencies that provide services. All homeless, migratory and limited English proficient students must have equal access to the same free appropriate public education, including public preschool education provided to other children and youth. All homeless, migratory an limited English proficient students are provided with the opportunity to meet the same challenging state contest and state student performance standards to which all students are held without being stigmatized or isolated. If a family needs services of help with registration, we contact our system wide social worker.  She has access to resources they may need such as securing an immunization record.

 

 

Special Populations as listed in the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006 - Describe procedures used to address challenges for each group of individuals with disabilities, individuals from economically disadvantaged families (including foster children), individuals preparing for non-traditional fields, single parents (including single pregnant women), displaced homemakers, and individuals with limited English proficiency.

 n/a

 
 

Component 9: Coordination and Integration of Federal, State and Local Programs and Resources

(Sec.1114(b)(V))

 

 

 

List the State, Federal and local programs that are consolidated/coordinated in the schoolwide program and describe how all programs and resources are coordinated and integrated toward the achievement of the schoolwide goals.

 

State of Alabama School Foundation Program funds are allocated based upon student enrollment. All foundation allocated units are located at the school. Title III funds contribute to the school having access to an ELL Teacher/facilitator. General funds from the district level contribute to the overall instructional program at the school.

 

 

How does the school coordinate and integrate the following Federal, State and local services in a manner applicable to the grade level to support achievement of the schoolwide goals: violence prevention programs, nutrition programs, housing programs, Head Start, adult education, career and technical education programs, and schools implementing comprehensive support and improvement activities or targeted support and improvement activities under section 1111(d)?

 

The school coordinates and integrate funds from the Child Nutrition Program to provide daily daily breakfast and lunch to students. All other funding sources mentioned above are not applicable. 

Component 10: Evaluation (Sec.1114(b)(3)):

 

 

How does the school evaluate the implementation of the schoolwide program?  

 

Our school collects data using summative test results to identify strengths and weaknesses for school improvement. In addition, school-wide collaborative talks take place during grade-level and faculty meetings to elicit teacher input for improvement of the school-wide program. We include parents in our decision making and ask for their feedback as to how to implement our plan.

 

 

How does the school evaluate the results achieved by the schoolwide program using data from the State's annual assessments and other indicators of academic achievement?

 

Teachers at Beauregard Elementary School attend benchmark data meetings to chart results from the local and state assessments to identify student strengths and weaknesses and decide which areas need to be considered as goals.  

 

 

How does the school determine whether the schoolwide program has been effective in increasing the achievement of students who are furthest from achieving the standards?  

 

The administration and teachers compare the data from the previous year of testing to current testing and look for strengths and weaknesses.  

 

 

What process is followed by the school to revise the plan as necessary, based on the evaluation, to ensure continuous improvement of students in the schoolwide program?

 

Our plan is reviewed monthly at faculty meetings, weekly at grade level meetings and collaborative planning time, at professional

development activities and the CIP Team meets throughout the school year to review effectiveness. We use both observation of our students and their evaluations or performance on classwork and assessments. If there are concerns that the goals are not being met then they are discussed and taken back to the grade levels with ideas on how to improve the data. 

 

 2017-2018 Coordination of Resources -

Introduction

List all federal, state, and local monies that the school uses to run its program.

FTE Teacher Units

Label

Question

Value

1.

Provide the number of Teachers assigned units.

42.83

Provide the number of classroom teachers.

45

 

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all salaries for the FTE Teacher Units.

2108020.0

 

Total   2,108,020.00

Administrator Units

 

 

Label

Question

Value

1.

Provide the number of Administrator assigned units.

1.0

Provide the number of administrators.

 

 

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all salaries for the FTE administrator units.

100000.0

1

 

 

 

Total   100,000.00

Assistant Principal

 

 

Label

Question

Value

1.

Provide the number of Assistant Principal assigned units.

0.5

Provide the number of Assistant Principals.

 

 

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all salaries for the Assistant Principal.

37500.0

.5

 

 

 

                                                                Total                                                                                     37,500.00

Counselor

 

 

Label

Question

Value

1.

Provide the number of Counselor assigned units.

1.0

Provide the number of Counselors.

 

 

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all salaries for the Counselor.

51302.0

1

 

 

 

                                                                Total                                                                                     51,302.00

Librarian

 

 

Label

Question

Value

1.

Provide the number of Librarian assigned units.

1.0

Provide the number of Librarians.

 

 

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all salaries for the Librarian.

51302.0

1

 

 

 

                                                                Total                                                                                     51,302.00

Career and Technical Education Administrator

 

 

Label

Question

Value

1.

Provide the number of Career and Technical Education Administrator assigned units.

0.0

 

Provide the number of Career and Technical Education Adminstrators.

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all salaries for the Career and Technical Education Administrator.

0.0

0

 

 

 

                                                                Total                                                                                     0.00

Career and Technical Education Counselor

 

 

Label

Question

Value

1.

Provide the number of Career and Technical Education Counselor assigned units.

0.0

 

Provide the number of Career and Technical Education Counselors.

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all salaries for the Career and Technical Education Counselor.

0.0

0

 

 

 

                                                                Total                                                                                     0.00

Technology

Label

Question

Value

1.

Not applicable, please place a value of 0 in the box.

10576.0

Not applicable, please place a value of 0 in the box.

10576

 

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all funding for Technology.

10576.0

 

                                                                Total                                                                                     10,576.00

Professional Development

Label

Question

Value

1.

Not applicable, please place a value of 0 in the box.

3878.0

Not applicable, please place a value of 0 in the box.

3878

 

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all funding for Professional Development.

3878.0

 

                                                                Total                                                                                     3,878.00

EL Teachers

 

 

Label

Question

Value

1.

Provide the number of EL Teachers in FTEs.

0.0

Provide the number of EL Teachers.

 

 

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all funding for EL Teachers.

0.0

0

 

 

 

                                                                Total                                                                                     0.00

Instructional Supplies

Label

Question

Value

1.

Not applicable, please place a value of 0 in the box.

21076.0

Not applicable, please place a value of 0 in the box.

21076

 

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all funding for Instructional Supplies.

21076.0

 

                                                                Total                                                                                     21,076.00

Library Enhancement

Label

Question

Value

1.

Not applicable, please place a value of 0 in the box.

1522.0

Not applicable, please place a value of 0 in the box.

1522

 

 

Label

Question

Value

3.

Provide the total of all funding for Library Enhancement.

1522.0

 

                                                                Total                                                                                     1,522.00

Title I

Label

Question

Value

1.

Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged Provide the total.

160242.0

 

Provide a brief explanation and breakdown of expenses.

 

Contract Teachers- 111,595.00

Parent Involvement -2795

Material and Supplies-21497.00 Professional Development -1600.

Summer School- 6800.

 

 

Title II

Label

Question

Value

1.

Professional Development Activities. Provide the total.

0.0

 

Provide a brief explanation and a breakdown of expenses.

 n/a

 

Title III

Label

Question

Value

1.

For English Learners. Provide the total.

0.0

 

Provide a brief explanation and a breakdown of expenses.

 n/a

 

Title IV

Label

Question

Value

1.

21st Century Schools. Provide the total.

0.0

 

Provide a brief explanation and a breakdown of expenses.

 n/a

 

Title V

Label

Question

Value

1.

For Rural and Low-income Schools Provide the total.

0.0

 

Provide a brief explanation and a breakdown of expenses.

 n/a

 

Career and Technical Education-Perkins IV

Label

Question

Value

1.

Basic Grant (Title I) Provide total.

0.0

 

Provide a brief explanation and breakdown of expenses.

 n/a

 

Career and Technical Education-Perkins IV

Label

Question

Value

1.

Basic Grant (Title I) Provide total.

0.0

Provide a brief explanation and breakdown of expenses. n/a

 

 

Label

Question

Value

1.

Tech Prep (Title II) Provide the total.

0.0

 

Provide a brief explanation and breakdown of expenses.

 n/a

 

Other

Label

Question

Value

1.

21st Century, Learn and Serve, Even Start, School Improvement Grant

Provide the total.

0.0

 

Provide a brief explanation and a breakdown of expenses.

 n/a

 

Local Funds

Label

Question

Value

1.

Provide the total

2.07

 

Provide a brief explanation and breakdown of expenses.

 

Instructional Units

 

 

 2017-2018 Parent and Family Engagement

Introduction

 

All Title I Schoolwide and Targeted Assistance Schools must complete the following diagnostics:  the Stakeholder Feedback Diagnostic, the

Parent and Family Engagement Diagnostic, the Coordination of Resource/Comprehensive Budget Diagnostic, and EITHER the Title I Targeted Assistance Diagnostic OR the Title I Schoolwide Diagnostic.  Parent Survey must be done annually, but it can be done electronically or by paper.

 

Parent and Family Engagement

 

 

 

Describe how the school will convene an annual meeting to inform parents of the school's participation in Title I and explain Title I requirements, including the 1% set-aside, and the right of parents involved. (Sec. 1116(c)(1))

 

We held our annual Title I meeting on Tuesday, August 29, 2017. Parents were presented with a power-point to explain Title I schools and the allocation for our school. Parents gave suggestions on items they would like to see purchased at our school.  We strongly encourage parent involvement and they were given a calendar on how they could be involved in the school. We have days set aside for parents to volunteer in our schools.

 

 

Describe: 1) How there will be a flexible number and format of parent meetings offered, such as meetings in the morning or evening, and may provide, with funds provided under this part, transportation, child care, or home visits, as such services relate to parental involvement; 2) How parents will be involved in the planning, review and improvement of the Title I Program (Note: State the school's process for how all Title I parents have the opportunity for involvement in decision-making.); and 3) How funds allocated for parent involvement are being used in the school.  (Sec. 1116(c)(2)(3))

 

  1. Parents are involved in the implementation of at least two Title I program plan meetings, Title I letters, Open House, parent-teacherconferences, newsletter and the School Compact.
  2. Parents play an integral part of the program. Parents are a participation in the district committee as well as the committee at the schoollevel. Parents help with the writing of goals and plans for the document.
  3. At least 1% of the Title I budget is set aside for parental input, however we review our entire budget with out parents and ask for input.

Our budget is based on the needs as indicated in our plan from the goals.

 

 

Describe how the school provides parents of participating children timely information in a uniform format and, to the extent practicable in a language they can understand, about programs under Title I, a description and explanation of the curriculum in use, forms of academic assessments, and achievement expectations used, and, if requested by parents, opportunities for regular meetings to formulate suggestions and participate as appropriate in decisions related to the education of their children.  (Sec.

1116(c)(4)(A)(B)(C))

 

Parents are involved in the implementation of the Title I program through parent meetings. Title I letters, Open House, parent-teacher conferences, newsletters and the School Compact. Should a parent need an assessment translated, we would obtain the necessary documentation so our parents understand fully. Most of our important documents are already translated to meet the needs of our parents that do not speak English.

 

 

Describe how parents, the school staff, and students share responsibility for improved student academic achievement for participating students (How the School-Parent Compact is jointly developed with Title I parents; how it is used, reviewed, and updated).  (Sec.1116(d))

 

At the beginning of each school year, parents are students are provided with the school compact to review, ask any questions that they might have and then sign. Teachers have these compacts at all conferences and references when questions arise. This document is reviewed throughout the year and updated as needed.

 

 

Describe procedures to allow parents to submit comments of dissatisfaction with the Continuous Improvement Plan. (Sec.

1116(c)(5))

 

Positive evaluation results will indicate the plan is working and should continue as outlined. Negative evaluation results will indicate a need to improve the contact and involvement efforts in the plan. We have a strong PTO where parents can raise questions and our school principal has an open door policy and values all of the opinions of our parents.  

 

 

Describe how the school will build capacity for parental involvement including how parents will be encouraged to become equal partners in the education of their children? (See ESSA Sec. 1116, requirements for building capacity and parental and family engagement).

 

To ensure effective involvement of parents and to support a partnership among the school, parents, and the community to improve student academic achievement, our school:

 

Shall provide materials and training to help parents to work with their children to improve their children's achievement, such as literacy training and using technology, as appropriate, to foster parental involvement.   (Describe)

 

 

Each year, Beauregard Elementary School sponsors an annual Open House, in which expectations for students, parents and teachers are outlined. Parents are encouraged to play an active part in their child's education by visiting classrooms, serving on committees, volunteering at the school, and serving as guest speakers. All teachers have web sites or assignment books and/or class newsletters that detail homework assignments. Parents can also view their child's grades using STI home. In October, parents are invited to celebrate Parenting Month. This day is dedicated to educating parents about topics such as helping their child with homework, the importance of school attendance, and other seminars and workshops that will be of interest to parents. Beauregard Elementary School encourages parents to volunteer and provide opportunities for them to do so. For struggling students, we offer extra tutorial opportunities. RTI meetings are also conducted monthly for other struggling students, and parents are notified of the meeting and they receive the plan that is created for the student. A plan specific for their child is formulated and then monitored periodically. Parent/Teacher conferences are held at parent request.

Teachers frequently email and phone parents about the student's progress.

 

 

 

Describe how the school will build capacity for parental involvement including how parents will be encouraged to become equal partners in the education of their children? (See ESSA Sec. 1116, requirements for building capacity in parental involvement.)

 

To ensure effective involvement of parents and to support a partnership among the school, parents, and the community to improve student academic achievement, our school:

 

Shall educate teachers, office personnel, and other school staff, with the assistance of parents, in the value and utility of contributions of parents, and in how to reach out to, communicate with, and work with parents as equal partners, implement and coordinate parent programs, and build ties between parents and the school. (Describe)

 

Materials purchased will be located in the parent resource room. Computers are available to parents in three different locations throughout the building. Faculty and staff are prepared to assist parents at flexible times to endure training in the use of technology. Parents will be encouraged to utilize the resource available as suggested by our technology team.

 

 

Describe how the school will build capacity for parental involvement including how parents will be encouraged to become equal partners in the education of their children? (See ESSA Sec 1116, requirements for building capacity in parental involvement.)

 

To ensure effective involvement of parents and to support a partnership among the school, parents, and the community to improve student academic achievement, our school:

 

Shall to the extent feasible and appropriate, coordinate and integrate parent involvement programs and activities with other federal programs, and conduct other activities, such as parent resource centers, that encourage and support parents in more fully participating in the education of their children.(Describe)

 

 

Professional development will be implemented to encourage school personnel with new ideas on how to reach out to parents as equal partners. Teachers are encouraged to attend all school functions and to be available to parents at various times. The data from parent surveys will be used as a reference to keep open communication between parents and the school.

 

 

Describe how the school will build capacity for parental involvement including how parents will be encouraged to become equal partners in the education of their children? (See ESSA Sec. 1116, requirements for building capacity in parental involvement.)

 

To ensure effective involvement of parents and to support a partnership among the school, parents, and the community to improve student academic achievement, our school:

 

Shall ensure that information related to school and parent programs, meetings, and other activities is sent to the parents of participating children in a format and, to the extent practicable, in a language the parents can understand. (Describe)

 

 

Parent, grandparents and family members are welcomed to visit throughout the school year, during the first two weeks of school parents are invited to escort their children to the classrooms. In September, we invite all our grandparents to attend a special luncheon in their honor. We meet in the fall and our PTO holds a Trunk or Treat festival open to the community. We have a parent resource room where parents have access to computers and materials in assist their children. Additionally, BGES a variety of opportunities for students and parents to be involved beyond the regular school hours. These may include dances, music performance, talent shows, fundraisers and awards banquets.

 

 

Describe how the school will build capacity for parental involvement including how parents will be encouraged to become equal partners in the education of their children? (See ESSA Sec. 1116, requirements for building capacity in parental involvement.)

 

To ensure effective involvement of parents and to support a partnership among the school, parents, and the community to improve student academic achievement, our school:

 

Shall provide such other reasonable support for parental involvement activities as parents may request. (Describe)

 

There are many methods utilized to make sure parents at Beauregard Elementary are well informed of upcoming events. These methods include, but are not limited to school messenger, texts, weekly/monthly newsletters, progress reports, report cards, weekly webpage and social media. A yearly event calendar is made at the start of every year and updated as needed.  

 

 

Describe how the school will ensure the provision for participation of parents and family members (including parents and family members who have limited English proficiency, parents and family members with disabilities, and parents and family members of migratory children), including providing information and school reports required under section 1111 in a format and, to the extent practicable, in a language such parents understand. (See ESSA Sec. 1117(f))

 

When the Home Language Survey indicates the child's home language is other than English, our ELL coordinate follows a list of procedures to determine EL status. ESL/ELL services are provided to enable limited English proficiency (LEP) students to become competent int he comprehension, speaking, reading, and writing of the English language. Information will be given to parents intheir own language when possible. Parents will be provided with a translator for parent/teacher conferences if requested. The same provisions are available for parents with disabilities and parents of migratory students. Every effort will be made to provide information in a formet that all parents at Beauregard

Elementary School can understand.