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Holland elementary campus improvement plan 2011
HOLLAND ELEMENTARY CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN

Holland Independent School District 2011-2012

Mission Statement

The Holland Independent School District, in partnership with parents and community, will provide a quality education for all students, empowering them to pursue productive and fulfilling lives in an ever-changing, interdependent world.
Holland Elementary Campus Improvement Plan 2011-2012

2 DISTRICT DECISION-MAKING COMMITTEE

Cindy Gunn, Chairperson Shane Downing Elementary School Principal Shelley Lum -Primary Teacher Misty Allen- Elementary Teacher

PARENTS Randy Medina Michael Kurtz Doris Lange
Holland Elementary Campus Improvement Plan 2011-2012

3 COMPREHENSIVE NEEDS ASSESSMENT (TIA 12)

Holland Elementary School

conducted comprehensive needs assessments based on AEIS data such as TAKS performance and attendance rates.

In addition, for general education and for special programs, the data were disaggregated for all population groups, including male and femwere identified by disaggregating TAKS

data by grade level, subject area, and objectives.The needs assessment also consisted of identifying needs for all subject areas, grade levels, and each special program considering the six areas of decision making (planning, curriculum/instruction, staffing, staff development, school organization, budgeting) and through the Effective Schools Correlates (Instructional Leadership, Instructional Focus, High Expectations, School Climate, and Parental Involvement).

The elementary school is a Title I, Part A Schoolwide campus based on 52% of low income students.

Surveys were disseminated to all faculty, staff, and parents, including business and community representatives serving on the district and campus improvement committees.

District and campus improvement plans from the 2010-11 school year were reviewed and revised based on the achievement of specific goals and objectives.

As a result, the 2011-12 district and campus improvement plans reflect all of the aforementioned needs in order to improve student performance.

Holland Elementary Campus Improvement Plan 2011-2012

4 Goal #1

All student groups taking the STAAR reading, writing, math and science test will meet or exceed a 90% passing standard by the year 2013 to attain a district rating of > Refer to strategies for regular education students and special programs students
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Holland Elementary Campus Improvement Plan 2011-2012

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READING STRATEGIES PERSONS RESPONSIBLE RESOURCES FORMATIVE EVALUATIONS TIMELINES SUMMATIVE EVALUATONS Disaggregate STAAR Reading objectives for regular and special education students (3-8) that focus on weaknesses as listed Grade

Category 1: Understanding and Analysis Across Genres

Category 2: Understanding and Analysis of Literary Texts

Category 3: Understanding and Analysis of Informational Texts

Classroom teachers Principals

AEIS data Summary Reading Lesson plans

Eduphoria Analysis

Benchmark tests , January, March

STAAR Reading
Implement the following initiatives/activities to address Reading weaknesses below 85% mastery:

(TIA13) Literacy Coordinator

STAAR Reading Guided Reading (Elementary)

Focus on critical thinking Classroom teachers
District spelling curriculum (Elementary) Classroom teachers Local funds

Reading Recovery (Elementary)

Reading Recovery Teachers Title I, Part A Title II Part A

Running records 6 weeks

Literacy Groups (Elementary) RR Teachers Title I, Part A DRA 6 weeks

Accelerated Reader (Elementary, Middle)

Title I, Part A SCE $2,322

STAR Report 6 weeks

Dyslexia services

Neihaus Assessment Student Reports 6 weeks STAAR tests Holland Elementary Campus Improvement Plan 2011-2012

6 Staff development and follow-up (TIA15)

Critical Thinking Workshop (Step Up to TAKS) Responsive Learning STAAR Program Project Share

SCE funds $1,250 Local/Title Funds Staff development calendar Agendas/sign-in sheets

Lesson plans August

As Elementary Campus Improvement Plan 2011-2012

7 MATH STRATEGIES PERSONS RESPONSIBLE RESOURCES FORMATIVE EVALUATIONS TIMELINES SUMMATIVE EVALUATONS Disaggregate STAAR Math objectives for Regular and Special Ed Students.

(TIA13) 3rd 5th

Grade Category 1: Numbers, Operations, and Quantitative Reasoning Category 2: Patterns, Relationships, and Algebraic Reasoning Category 3: Geometry and Spatial Reasoning Category 4: Measurement Category 5: Probability and Statistics

Classroom Teachers and Principals AEIS data

Grade-level Summary reports

Teachers Lesson plans

Eduphoria Analysis

Benchmark tests , January, March

STAAR Math EOC Math Saxon Math (K-5)

Local funds

Eduphoria Analysis

Benchmark tests September

November, January, March

Student Support/Inclusion (All levels)

Local funds

Mastery charts Daily

Accelerated Math (Elementary) Math Facts in a Flash

Local funds Special Ed.funds Eduphoria Analysis

Benchmark tests September November, January, March

Science Application (Elementary)

Local funds Lesson plans Weekly

Differentiated instructional strategies (All levels)

Lesson plans Principal walk-throughs Weekly

Daily
Holland Elementary Campus Improvement Plan 2011-2012

8 Lone Star Math (2-5) Marcy Cook Math (2)

Local Observations, Lesson > Buckle Down and other STAAR curriculum support material After School Tutoring for At Risk

Teachers Local Quizzes, classwork, lesson plans Weekly
Eduphoria and ETS Benchmark testing

Teachers and Principals REAP Title II, Part A Benchmark tests Semester STAAR, TAKS results Module Applications o Low teacher-pupil ratio o Fre
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