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CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD

McKamy Elementary
CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2010-2011

Bridget OConnor, Principal


Vision Statement: All students shall meet or exceed the states standards to successfully transition to middle school and to take advantage of the highest educational opportunities available.

October 1, 2010

Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Campus Plans

Improvement Plan 2010-2011

Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

CIC MEMBERS
Name Bridget OConnor Staci Prier Elissa Wolff Melissa Cornilla Amanda Kuster Alisa Maxwell LuAnn Smith Ashley Keating Karen Anderson Aline Hill Betsy Zellman Lynda Bentley Position Principal Assistant Principal PreK Kindergarten teacher 1st grade teacher 2nd grade teacher 3rd grade teacher 4th grade teacher 5th grade teacher Special Education Teacher Specials Representative Parent Representative Years Served 8 years 1 year 1 years 0 years 0 years 0 years 1 year 0 years 0 years 1 year 0 years 1 year Signature

Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

PLANNING PROCESS

Needs Assessment
The Campus Improvement Council is composed of representative professional staff, parents of students enrolled at the campus, business representatives and community members. The Campus Improvement Council establishes and reviews campus educational plans, goals, performance objectives, and major classroom instructional programs. An annual Campus Improvement Plan guides this work. The Campus Improvement Plan is based on a comprehensive needs assessment which includes student achievement indicators, disaggregated by all student groups served by the campus. Additional factors such as school processes (e.g., attendance, graduation, tardies, discipline referrals, teacher absences), perception (e.g., staff, parent and community surveys), and demographics (e.g., enrollment trends, staff turnover) are to be considered. The Campus Improvement Plan is to include (TEC Chapter 11, subchapter F, section 11.253): 1. Assessment of academic achievement for each student using the student achievement indicator system. 2. Set campus performance objectives based on the student achievement indicator system, including objectives for special needs populations, including students in special education. 3. Identification of how campus goals will be met for each student. 4. Identification of resources needed to implement the plan. 5. Identification of staff needed to implement the plan. 6. Timelines for reaching goals. 7. Periodic, measureable progress toward the performance objectives. 8. Goals and methods for violence prevention and intervention on campus. 9. Program for encouraging parental involvement. 10. Goals and objectives for a coordinated health program (elementary and middle schools) which is based on student fitness data, student academic performance data, student attendance rates, percentage of students who are educationally disadvantaged that ensures that students participate in moderate to vigorous physical activity. Annual analysis of the plan and review of various assessment data are used to determine objectives that address campus goals. Specific strategies and action steps are developed to address these objectives. This process ensures a commitment to excellence and a resolve to provide the best instructional plan for every student.

Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

Campuses receiving Title 1 funds must address Title 1 targets in campus plans and indicate where Title 1 funds will be spent.

Title I --Targeted Assisted ( TA )


Must address the 8 components of a Targeted Assisted Program TA 1. Resources used to help children meet state academic achievement standards TA 2. Planning for identified students incorporated into existing school planning TA 3. Methods and strategies based on scientifically based research TA 4. TA program is coordinated with and supports regular educational programs TA 5. Highly qualified teachers TA 6. Professional Development TA 7. Increase Parental Involvement TA 8. Coordination of federal, state, and local services

Title I -- School-wide Components (TS)


TS 1. Comprehensive needs assessment TS 2. School-wide reform strategies TS 3. Highly qualified teachers TS 4. Professional development TS 5. Strategies to attract high-quality highly qualified teachers to high need schools TS 6. Parental involvement TS 7. Assisting preschool children in the transition from early childhood programs TS 8. Measures to include teachers in the decisions regarding use of academic assessments TS 9. Students difficulties identified on a timely basis TS10.Coordination and integration between federal, state, and local services

Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

The Goal of C-FB ISD is high achievement for all students.


Supporting Objective 1: Continuously increase student achievement A. TEA Recognized/Exemplary District B. Recognized/Exemplary Schools C. Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) D. Achievement Gap E. Special Populations F. TAKS Commended Scores (all students) G. Higher Education Readiness Component (TSI) (EXIT Scores) H. SAT I. PSAT/NMSQT J. Advanced Placement K. Graduation Data Supporting Objective 2: Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff A. Out of School Suspensions B. DAEP Placements C. Attendance Rate Supporting Objective 3: Continuously increase operational effectiveness A. Financial Integrity Rating System in Texas (School FIRST) B. Increase percentage of operating expenditures expended for instruction C. Fund balance as a percentage of the total expenditure budget excluding TIF and Chapter 41 payments D. Kilowatt hour per sq. ft. usage E. Overtime hours F. Highly Qualified Teachers G. Teacher Classroom Attendance Rate H. All Staff Attendance Rate I. Teacher Turnover Rate J. Availability of Critical Technology Systems Supporting Objective 4: Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system A. Parent Survey - Achieving Quality Together B. Stakeholder Survey (to be developed) C. Staff Survey (to be developed)

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RESULTS GOAL
Should identify what is desired in terms of performance after, or as a result of, putting new processes in place or improving existing processes.

SMART GOAL
Goal should be Strategic and specific, Measurable, Attainable, Resultsbased, and Time-bound.

Grade 3 All 85% AA 86% H 75% W 92% ED 83% LEP 67% SpEd 75% Focus Obj 1 83% 674% Grade 4 All 92% AA 93% H 83% W 100% ED 91% LEP * SpED 100% Focus Obj 185% 682%

TARGETS MEASURES
Tools well use to determine where students are now and whether they are improving. The attainable performance level we would like to see.
Grade 3 All AA H W ED LEP Grade 4 All AA H W ED LEP SpEd

90% 90% 85% 95% 90% 75%

McKamy will achieve a rating of Exemplary based upon the TAKS Tests.

By 2011, 90% of all McKamy students (in all Subpops) will meet or exceed the standard for passing the math TAKS test.

Grade 5 All 94% AA 93% H 94% W 100% ED 94% LEP 100% SpEd 100% Focus Obj 187% 679%

Track SEs associated with indicators for Objectives 1 and 6 Unit Tests TAKS Released TAKS

95% 95% 90% 100% 95% 90% 100%

Grade 5 All AA H W ED LEP SpEd

96% 95% 96% 100% 98% 100% 100%

Remember . . . The one accomplishment that would foster longer-range actions would be a goal worthy of commitment. - Peter Senge, The Fifth Discipline (1990)

Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

RESULTS GOAL
Should identify what is desired in terms of performance after, or as a result of, putting new processes in place or improving existing processes.

SMART GOAL
Goal should be Strategic and specific, Measurable, Attainable, Resultsbased, and Time-bound.

Grade 3 All 93% AA 100% H 81% W 100% ED 90% LEP 67% SpEd 75% Focus Obj 2 87% 4 87% Grade 4 All 86% AA 73% H 83% W 95% ED 78% LEP * SpED 100% Focus Obj 287% 484%

TARGETS MEASURES
Tools well use to determine where students are now and whether they are improving. The attainable performance level we would like to see.
Grade 3 All AA H W ED LEP SpEd Grade 4 All AA H W ED LEP SpEd 95% 100% 90% 100% 92% 75% 80%

McKamy will achieve a rating of Exemplary based upon the TAKS Tests.

By 2011, 90% of all McKamy students (in all Subpops) will meet or exceed the standard for passing the reading TAKS test.

Grade 5 All 98% AA 100% H 93% W 100% ED 97% LEP 100% SpEd 100% Focus Obj 288% 485%

Track SEs associated with indicators for Objectives 2 and 4 Unit Tests TAKS Released TAKS

90% 80% 86% 97% 85% 100% 100%

Grade 5 All AA H W ED LEP SpEd

100% 100% 95% 100% 100% 100% 100%

Remember . . . The one accomplishment that would foster longer-range actions would be a goal worthy of commitment. - Peter Senge, The Fifth Discipline (1990)

Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

SMART GOALS (Example) 90% of all subgroups will meet or exceed the standard for passing TAKS Reading Obj. 1 Basic Understanding 85% of all subgroups will meet or exceed the standard for passing TAKS Math McKamy Elementary School Obj. 1 Numbers, Operations, and Quantitative Reasoning & Objectives Campus Goals Obj. 6 Mathematical Processes and Tools

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2010 TAKS, PARTICIPATION, & ATTENDANCE DATA 2011 GOALS

All Students INDICATOR 2010 Data Reading/English Language Arts Mathematics Writing Science Social Studies All Tests Graduation 2009 Graduation 2010 Goal Participation: Reading/Language Arts Participation: Math Attendance 100 100 96.5 100 100 98 92 90 89 89 2011 Goal 94 95 92 92

African American 2010 Data 94 92 90 92 2011 Goal 96 96 92 94

Hispanic 2010 Data 83 76 83 81 2011 Goal 90 90 90 90 2010 Data 98 95 98 100

White 2011 Goal 99 96 99 100

Special Ed 2010 Data 83 86 100 * 2011 Goal 90 90 100 90

Economically Disadvantaged 2010 Data 87 88 89 86 2011 Goal 90 90 92 90 2010 Data 82 83 83 *

LEP 2011 Goal 90 90 90 90

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McKamy Elementary School Campus Goals


2010 Percentage of Commended Students 2011 Goals
All Students INDICATOR Campus Reading/English Language Arts Mathematics Writing Science Social Studies 62 46 27 54 State 35 37 30 44
Diff. from state

African American 2011 Goal 65 50 30 57 Campus 46 45 25 46 State 25 23 21 28


Diff. from state

Hispanic 2011 Goal 48 47 27 50 Campus 38 40 18 69 State 28 31 25 36


Diff. from state

White 2011 Goal 40 42 25 70 Campus 48 50 32 40 State 48 47 38 59


Diff. from state

2011 Goal 50 52 35 42

+27 +11 -3 +10

+21 +22 +4 +18

+10 +9 -7 +33

0 +3 -6 -19

Special Ed. INDICATOR Campus Reading/English Language Arts Mathematics Writing Science Social Studies 25 21 33 * State 17 17 11 24
Diff. from state

Economically Disadvantaged 2011 Goal 27 24 35 30 Campus 40 39 12 48 State 26 28 22 33


Diff. from state

LEP Campus 55 17 17 * State 23 25 20 20


Diff. from state

2011 Goal 45 42 17 50

2011 Goal 57 20 20 25

+8 +3 +22 *

+13 +11 -10 +15

+23 -8 -3 *

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McKamy Elementary School 2010-11 Campus Focus District Supporting Objective #1: Continuously increase student achievement
Campus Focus # 1
Increase student achievement

Criteria for Success


90% of all subpops will pass TAKS reading in 2011 90% of all subpops will pass TAKS math in 2011 90% of all subpops will pass TAKS science in 2011 90% of all subpops will pass TAKS writing in 2011 5% increase in commended scores in all subjects from 2010 Receive an Exemplary Rating from TEA in 2011

Performance Measure
D, E D, E D, E D, E F

Campus Focus #2
Close the achievement gap between the highest performing subgroup(W) and the lowest performing subgroup (H)

Criteria for Success


Increase the number of Hispanic students passing TAKS reading in 2011 by 5% Increase the number of Hispanic students passing TAKS math in 2011 by5% Increase the number of Hispanic students passing TAKS writing in 2011 by5% Increase the number of Hispanic students passing TAKS science in 2011 by5% Increase the number of Hispanic students receiving commended performance on all test by 10%

Performance Measure
D,E, F D, E, F D, E, F D, E, F D, E, F

Campus Focus #?

Criteria for Success

Performance Measure

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Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

McKamy Elementary School 2010-11 Campus Focus District Supporting Objective #2: Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff
Campus Focus #3
Improve attendance and discipline

Criteria for Success


Implement Principals Award and Field Trip for student with less than 10 absences, less than 3 tardies and no office referrals for the year Reduce the number of office referrals by 10% for each grade level from last years total for each grade level.

Performance Measure
A, B, C A, B

Campus Focus #4

Criteria for Success

Performance Measure

Campus Focus #?

Criteria for Success

Performance Measure

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Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

McKamy Elementary School 2010-11 Campus Focus District Supporting Objective #3: Continuously increase operational effectiveness
Campus Focus #4
Increase student and staff attendance and reduce the amount of copy paper used by the campus.

Criteria for Success


Increase financial responsibility by reducing the number of copies made by each teacher for the year by 10% Increase teacher and student attendance rate to 98%

Performance Measure
B G

Campus Focus #?

Criteria for Success

Performance Measure

Campus Focus #?

Criteria for Success

Performance Measure

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Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

McKamy Elementary School 2010-11 Campus Focus District Supporting Objective #4: Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system
Campus Focus #5
Improve parent involvement

Criteria for Success


Increase the number of volunteer hours by 10%. Increase the number of parents attending PTA meetings by 10% Increase the number of parents attending parent/teacher conferences by 10%

Performance Measure
A, B, C A, B A, B

Campus Focus #?

Criteria for Success

Performance Measure

Campus Focus #?

Criteria for Success

Performance Measure

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Campus Focus
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Title Target Area

ACTION STRATEGY

FORMATIVE MEASURE
Tutoring sign in sheets, student assessment results, teacher test, daily work Jan April Student attendance, student work and grades during Saturday School and during regular school hours Tutoring sign in sheets, completed assignments, daily work Tutoring sign in sheets and lesson plans Science and math journals Science journals of activities completed at camp. Classwork and discussion during reading aloud time and Language Arts activies Univeral screening and progress monitoring

ASSESSMENT TIMELINE

RESPONSIBLE PERSON(S)

COST/RESOURCES

X X

TS1, 8,9
TS1,8 ,9

Target specific students at risk of failing and provide focused tutoring Provide Saturday School for students at risk of failing TAKS based upon student work, PreTAKS tests, and teacher tests.

Ongoing throughout the year Jan April

Individual classroom teachers Principal

No cost to campus

X X

Title 1 funds

X X

TS2,8 ,9

X X X X X X

TS2,8 ,9 TS1,2 TS2

X X

TS8

X X

TS1, 8, 9

X X X X X

X X

TS6 TS6

TS6

Provide additional after school tutoring for students at risk of failing TAKS based upon student work, PreTAKS, benchmarks Provide focused tutoring in math and science Continue to maintain science and math journals Attend YMCA Science Camp 5th grade will participate in activities that reinforce Science skills Maintain schoolwide literacy enrichment time at the end of the day teacher will use a schoolwide read aloud novel to implement Content Literacy Strategies Provide additional tutoring time RTI during the schoowide literacy time for students struggling in reading or math Hold Parent Teacher conferences to discuss student achievement Communicate with parents the opportunities to attend parent workshops and PTA meetings to improve student achievement Mail Positive Postcards

Jan April

Principal

Title 1 funds

Oct May August May January February

Praincipal Principal Karen Anderson

No cost to campus No cost to campus Students enrollment fee parents

Oct May

Principal

General Campus Funds

August - June

Conference notes, parent sign in sheets Parent Education flyers, parent sign in sheets

August May August May

Principal, Teachers, Instructional Facilitators Principal Prinicipal/PTA president

No cost to campus

No Cost to Campus No cost to campus

Teacher list of postcards

Oct May

Principal

General Fund for postage and post


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TS6

X X

TS6

X X X X X

TS6

X X

TS4

Communicate with parents opportunities to volunteer at McKamy for field trips, assisting teachers by copying, cutting, etc. Communicate with parents about their childs performance based upon standards through a standards snapshot 2 times a year Communicate with staff regarding upcoming events through a month at a glance Communicate with parents on a daily basis regarding tutoring opportunities, and discipline Provide professional development that continuously builds the capacity of all personnel to meet the district expectations and to increase student achievement Reading Instructional Specialist will hold monthly PLCs and training sessions on reading strategies that are part of Best Practices in Reading Coach teachers who serve ESL students to increase student achievement by our ESL Instructional Facilitator Complete Book Study on Classroom Discussions Elementary Teachers will incorporate portions of the fitnessgram during their structured PE time daily Elementary and MS schools all teachers will stress the importance of fitness to students health, nutrition and improved standardized test scores Elementary/MS : Implement test protocols procedures as per

sent to students Phone calls, letters to parents, flyers placed in Thursday folders Standards Snapshot, progress reports, parent conferences Duty Schedule, Faculty Meetings, PLCs, Assemblies, etc Planners, Conduct Sheets, Weekly Work Folders Team Meetings, Faculty Meetings, PLCs and District Staff Development Opportunities Sign in Sheets Meeting Sign IN Sheets

August May

PTA volunteer coordinator

cards No cost to campus

Oct May

Principal

No Cost to Campus

Oct May

Principal

No Cost to Campus

August May

Principal

No Cost to Campus

August May

Principal

Title 1 Funds for substitutes while teachers are in PLCs.

X X

TS4

August May

Principal

No Cost to Campus

X X

TS4

TAKS scores, Unit Tests, Universal Screenings Sign in sheets, walk throughs Teacher lesson plans

August May

Janine Drake

Title 1 Funds

X X

TS4

Oct May

X X

TS2

August - June

Shashawn Campbell, Janine Drake Principal

Stimulus Funds

No cost to campus

X X

TS2

Teacher lesson plans

August - June

Principal

Health textbooks

X X

TS2

Fitnessgram Test

Fall 2010

PE teachers

Fitnessgram Assessment

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X X X X

X X X

TS 3, 4, 5 TS 6, 10 TS 2,3,4, 5,6 TS 3

district/state mandate Focused walkthroughs Connect Ed Message to share with McKamy community regarding PTA events and opportunities Incorporate RTime into weekly lesson plans and activities Track HQ issues in partnership with the HR department from the moment of employment with constant reminders to the individuals involved of registration dates, application deadlines, etc. Provide and encourage attendance for campus and core district sponsored core academic development for all core academic teachers Participate in recruiting trips and the district teacher job fair in order to attract highly qualified teachers Train staff on proper procedures for crisis drills and fire drills Hold Kindergarten roundup and parent information day for PreK

Walk Through Protocol Oct. membership numbers Lesson Plans

Oct May Aug Oct.

Administrators/In st Specialist Administrators

No cost to campus No cost to campus

X X X X X

Aug May

Principal

No Cost to campus

X X

Certification and HQ tracking documentation

Reviewed prior to hiring a teacher

Principal

No cost to campus

X X

TS 3

Sign in Sheets and hours earned for CPE credit.

Reviewed at campus Leadership meetings each semester. Oct June

Principal, Teachers, District C and I staff

District no cost to campus

X X

TS 3

Recruiting schedule

Principal HR department Principal Principal and PK and K teachers Principal

District No cost to campus

X X X X X X

TS 10 TS 7 TS1, TS2, TS3, TS10

Increase teacher and staff attendance rate by offering jean passes, extra planning period, etc for teachers who are not absent during each nine week grading period

Meeting notes and drill times Meeting notes and times scheduled Attendance records

August May April August June

No cost to campus No cost to campus No cost to campus

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