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CARROLLTON-FARMERS BRANCH ISD

Rosemeade Elementary
CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2010-2011

M. Amy Miller, Principal


Vision Statement: Rosemeade Elementary, in partnership with our families and community, will develop students who meet or exceed the local and state standards needed 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

Rosemeade Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

CIC MEMBERS
Name M. Amy Miller Jimmie Sullivan Carrie Walden Linda Montgomery Allison Tawney Shanah Brown Deanne Belohlavy Alyson Fry-Barker Kaleena Loard Lynette Blough Venus Thomas Kelly Alexander Carolyn McKeefer Diane Filibeck Position Principal Kindergarten 1st Grade/Parent 2nd Grade Primary 3rd Grade 4th Grade 5th Grade Music Special Education Special Education/Parent Counselor/Parent Parent Instructional Facilitator Years Served 3 7 1 3 1 5 2 2 2 8 6 2 3 2 Signature

Rosemeade 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.

Rosemeade 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

Rosemeade 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)

Rosemeade 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.

MEASURES INDICATOR
Standards and objectives (weak areas for students) Tools well use to determine where students are now and whether they are improving.
Fountas & Pinnell Reading Assessment (BOY, MOY, EOY)

TARGETS
The attainable performance level we would like to see.
Using the CFB reading chart 90% or more students will be reading at or above grade level expectation each 9 weeks. Data from 09-10 was 82% on level.

Students will demonstrate reading fluency and comprehension at or above grade level.

By the end of the 2010-2011 school year 90% or more students will meet or exceed grade level reading expectations as measured by Fountas and Pinnell assessment system.

Applying critical thinking skills

TPRI Reading Inventory

Benchmark Assessments

Applying knowledge of literary elements

TAKS and TAKS released Data

All students will score 90% or above on critical thinking objectives as measured on TAKS objective 4

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

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 Obj. 1 Numbers, Operations, and Quantitative Reasoning Obj. 6 Mathematical Processes and Tools 6

Rosemeade Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

Rosemeade Elementary
Campus Goals & Objectives

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 97.8 >95 >95 98 99 100 100 100 2011 Goal 100 100 100 100

African American 2010 Data 100 100 100 100 2011 Goal 100 100 100 100

Hispanic 2010 Data 100 100 100 100 2011 Goal 100 100 100 100 2010 Data 100 100 100 100

White 2011 Goal 100 100 100 100

Special Ed 2010 Data 89 100 100 100 2011 Goal 100 100 100 100

Economically Disadvantaged 2010 Data 98 100 100 100 2011 Goal 100 100 100 100 2010 Data 95 100 100 100

LEP 2011 Goal 100 100 100 100

100 100 98.2

>95 >95 99

100 100 97.3

>95 >95 98

100 100 97.6

>95 >95 98

100 100 97.1

>95 >95 98

100 100 97.5

>95 >95 98

100 100 98.4

>95 >95 99

Rosemeade Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

Rosemeade Elementary Campus Goals


2010 Percentage of Commended Students 2011 Goals
All Students INDICATOR Campus Reading/English Language Arts Mathematics Writing Science Social Studies 49 55 45 64 State 35 37 30 44
Diff. from state

African American 2011 Goal 54 60 50 69 Campus 43 14 n/a 17 State 25 23 21 28


Diff. from state

Hispanic 2011 Goal 48 19 n/a 22 Campus 48 52 38 58 State 28 31 25 36


Diff. from state

White 2011 Goal 53 57 43 63 Campus 51 60 52 71 State 48 47 38 59


Diff. from state

2011 Goal 56 65 57 76

+14 +18 +15 +20

+18 -9 n/a -11

+20 +21 +13 +22

+3 +13 +14 +12

Special Ed. INDICATOR Campus Reading/English Language Arts Mathematics Writing Science Social Studies 11 30 n/a n/a State 17 17 11 24
Diff. from state

Economically Disadvantaged 2011 Goal 16 35 n/a n/a Campus 44 48 29 40 State 26 28 22 33


Diff. from state

LEP Campus 43 39 33 n/a State 23 25 20 20


Diff. from state

2011 Goal 49 53 34 45

2011 Goal 48 44 38 n/a

-6 +13 n/a n/a

+18 +20 +7 +7

+20 +14 +13 n/a

Rosemeade Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

Rosemeade Elementary 2010-11 Campus Focus District Supporting Objective #1: Continuously increase student achievement
Campus Focus # 1
Student Achievement

Criteria for Success


Campus rating of Exemplary from TEA in 2011 5% increase in all subpops commended on TAKS (all areas) from 2010 90% of all K-5 students reading on grade level as measured by Fountas and Pinnell Using 09 10 data, increase overall number of fitness tests passed by 3% 20% increase in % achieved HFZ in push-ups

Performance Measure
Increase Student Achievement: A, B Increase Student Achievement: D, F Increase Student Achievement: D, E

Rosemeade Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

Rosemeade Elementary 2010-11 Campus Focus District Supporting Objective #2: Continuously improve the learning environment for students and staff
Campus Focus #2
Improve Student Behavior

Criteria for Success


100% of all students participate in School Counselor program: 4 Rs, Bully prevention and intervention, and R-Time program

Performance Measure
Learning Environment: A, B

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Rosemeade Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

Rosemeade Elementary 2010-11 Campus Focus District Supporting Objective #3: Continuously increase operational effectiveness
Campus Focus #3
Operating System

Criteria for Success


Maintain 100% Highly Qualified Teacher rate for 2010 Increase instructional resources through use of Title I funds

Performance Measure
Operational Effectiveness: F Operational Effectiveness: B

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Rosemeade Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011

Rosemeade Elementary 2010-11 Campus Focus District Supporting Objective #4: Continuously increase stakeholder confidence and support of our school system
Campus Focus # 4
Community and PTA

Criteria for Success


100 % of teachers and staff join PTA and receive Golden Apple Award 90% + Satisfied/Very Satisfied in all areas of Parent Survey Achieving Quality Together

Performance Measure
Stakeholder Confidence: A Stakeholder Confidence: A

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CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN 2010-2011


Campus Focus
1
X Title Target Area

ACTION STRATEGY
Disaggregate TAKS data and identify students strengths and weaknesses in reading, writing, math, and science. Provide tutorials (required if report card grades are 75% or below or if student is below grade level in math, reading, science or writing.

FORMATIVE MEASURE
Staff meeting agendas Grade level team meetings CLT Progress reports Report cards Tutoring log/calendar

ASSESSMENT TIMELINE
August, September, February

RESPONSIBLE PERSON(S)
Principal, M. Amy Miller and Team Leaders Principal, M. Amy Miller and Team Leaders

COST/RESOURCES
AEIS report Classroom teachers Support teachers Aware data Classroom teachers Support teachers Aware data Benchmark test data SSI reports Additional C&I funds for tutoring TAKS off contract hours Benchmark test data TAKS information booklets

2 3 4 5 6 7
TA2

Every 4.5 weeks Every 9 weeks

TA1

TA2

Access Benchmark data to determine students progress toward success on TAKS. ESL instruction will emphasize effective strategies and skills

Benchmark test data TAKS results from 09-10

October June

Principal, M. Amy Miller and Team Leaders ESL Instructional Facilitator Diane Filibeck Principal, M. Amy Miller

TA2 TA4

Benchmark tests Practice TAKS tests

November June

Lesson Plans

TA5

All Classroom teachers obtain ESL certification through state, Number remaining from 2010 goal: 3 out of 27

SBEC site verification

May 2011

Study sessions Test Registration Re-imbursement for test from ESL Department Thinking Maps binders Content Literacy materials Marzanos Classroom Instruction that Works Bakers Dozen materials COL

TA3

Utilization of Thinking Maps and Content Literacy Strategies

TA3

TA1 TA2 TA7

TA1

TA2 TA6

Literacy instruction will focus on QAR and Teaching the Learnings the Way They Are Tested through Readers and Writers Workshop SMART Goal focus on K-5 Reading Levels through continual progress monitoring utilizing formal and informal assessments, building guided reading library materials Show Science, Reading, and Math Vocabulary and/or PowerPoint on daily Rosemeade news show Continue vertical team planning to address weaknesses in Science, Language Arts, and Math Promote 4-R behavior (Responsibility, Resourcefulness, Respectfulness, and Reliability) through issuing green tickets, recognizing recipients

Lesson Plans Benchmark data Practice TAKS data Daily assignments Lesson Plans Team Planning Assessment data Lesson Plans Unit assessments Benchmark data 09-10 TAKS data Displayed Daily

September June

Principal, M. Amy Miller

September June

Principal, M. Amy Miller and Carolyn McKeefer Principal, M. Amy Miller and vertical team leaders

October June

Thinking & Concept maps Released TAKS Title 1 funds $4000.00 Stimulus funds $2921.00 PowerPoint Vocabulary Lists Released TAKS test TAKS information Grade level tests General fund

August June

TA4

09-10TAKS results Benchmark data SMART goal Unit assessments Number of tickets issued each 9 weeks

September June

Librarian, Carol Phaling and Vertical Team Chairs Principal, M. Amy Miller and Vertical Team Chairs Principal, M. Amy Miller, Susi Tripp and Counselor Kelly Alexander

Weekly

Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Campus Plans

Improvement Plan 2010-2011

Rosemeade Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011


Counselor will work with students on the guidance content areas: selfconfidence development, motivation to achieve, decision-making, goal-setting, planning, problem-solving, interpersonal effectiveness, communication skills, cross-cultural effectiveness, and responsible behavior, and bully prevention and intervention Provide extra-curricular opportunities that develop students interest, giftedness, and leadership abilities, such as: Destination Imagination Reflections Safety Patrol Math Competition Choir Recorder Ensemble Green Team Provide parent communication on the importance of daily attendance, homework assistance, and reading goal Attract and retain Highly Qualified Teachers through recruiting trips, district job fair, encourage paraprofessionals to pursue teaching certificate Lesson plans Weekly Counselor Kelly Alexander General fund

TA4

Student enrollment in each interest group.

September June

TA4

Principal, M. Amy Miller, Classroom Teachers, Counselor, Kelly Alexander, Music Teacher, Kaleena Loard, Librarian Carol Phaling, PTA reps

PTA budget General fund Student Activity Sponsors

X X

TA7

Newsletter articles to parents Recruiting schedule Number of highly qualified applicants who are recommended after the job fair Number of paraprofessionals who start in a teaching certification or alternate certification program

September June

Year-round

Principal, M. Amy Miller and Registrar, Dana Moffett Principal

Principals Newsletter PTA Newsletter Title 1 funds $25 Travel Classroom teachers assistance at Job Fair

TA5

TA8

Homeroom teachers will incorporate portions of the fitnessgram in daily CATCH All PE Classes will incorporate fitnessgram into warm up activities All Classes will correlate the importance of fitness to students health, nutrition, and improved standardized test scores. Implement Test Protocols/ Procedures as per district/state mandate Provide flexible grouping and extended learning opportunities to meet the needs of at-risk and advanced students, primarily in Reading. These groupings will meet during tutoring periods

Teacher Lesson Plans and CATCH Documentation Teacher Lesson Plans

On- going

Team Leaders Physical Education Teacher: Sharee Hartwell Physical Education Teacher: Sharee Hartwell Physical Education Teacher: Sharee Hartwell M. Amy Miller, Principal

CATCH Activity Boxes

TA3

On-going

Fitnessgram Guidelines

TA3

Teacher Lesson Plans

On-going

PE Textbooks

TA3

Fitnessgram Test Weekly assessments and benchmarks. At-risk performance data as shown in student profiles as to impact of the various safety net programs (tutoring).

Fall 2010 Initial identification of targeted students, objectives and appropriate intervention strategies by

Fitnessgram Assessement Title 1 funds for Tutoring Test Prep Materials $6000.00

TA1 TA4

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Rosemeade Campus Improvement Plan 2010-2011


during the school day as well as after school and Friday Nights. Tutoring programs include Safari, Soar, LindaMood Bell, Peer tutoring, and test prep materials. Advanced student data includes ARE meetings, participation in competitions, extension projects and independent contracts. September 2010. Tutoring and other activities to begin in October 2010 and continue through May 2011 Parent involvement activities that have a parent education focus August 2010 May 2011. August October M. Amy Miller, Principal Title 1 Funds for parent education materials $147.00

X X

TA1 TA3 TA7

TA7

Utilize campus and district resources to provide parent education about TAKS, at home educational expectations and strategies through Family School Nights and PTA education sessions. Increase parent and teacher participation in PTA

Sign-in sheets and agendas/schedules for parent meetings and Family School Nights.

Membership drive

PTA Membership VP

Prizes for class participation and teachers

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