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AcretitationA Self Study forSt.Bernadette Parish School1028 SW 128StreetSeattle, Washington
98146Continuous school improvement focused on high achievement of all students2010 2011 School YearWCEA ISL 2010St.Bernadette Parish SchoolPage Improving Student Learning For Catholic SchoolsTable of ContentsCHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTIONA.
How the Self Study Was and Collaboration of Shareholders in Completing the Self StudyCHAPTER 2 CONTEXT OF THE SCHOOL.
School of Prior Accreditation findings to Support High Achievement of All Students.CHAPTER 3 QUALITY OF THE SCHOOL PROGRAMA.
Assessment of the Schools Catholic the Schools for Student Learningto Support High Achievement of All Students.D
Data Analysis and Action to Support High Achievement of All and StandardsBased Curriculum to Support High Achievement of All Methodology to Support High Achievement of All for Student Spiritual, Personal, and Academic Management and Development to Support High Achievement of All 4ACTION PLANA.
Design andAlignment of the Action Planwith the Self Study to Implement and Monitor the Action ISL 2010St.Bernadette Parish SchoolPage APPENDICESA.
Organization Analysis Study ISL 2010St.Bernadette Parish SchoolPage ST.BERNADETTE SCHOOL STAFFPrincipalMr.Bob RutledgeAdministrative AssistantMrs.Pamela ArmstrongBookkeeperMrs.Teresa Mansanarez PreKindergartenMrs.
Eve RuizKindergartenMrs.Monica BondKindergarten Aide/PlaygroundMrs.Diana MorenoPrimary AideMrs.Melanie ZottmanGrade 1Mrs.Marian QuitiquitGrade 2s.Sarah BurkeGrade 3Mrs.Patricia CoronadoGrade 4Ms.
Angie HendersonGrade 5Ms.Megan ArpinGrade 6Ms.Katelin CannonGrade 7Mrs.Diane Hoffman Grade 8Miss Cathy GrimesComputer SupportMr.
Maury HoffmanMusic/LibraryMs.Khalila Marie PeilaPhysical EducationMrs.Debbie PowellBand Miss Frances McKameyMaintenance EngineerMr.Mike JensenExtended Day DirectorMrs.
Stephenie LashExtended Day AideMs.Deanna FennerPlaygroundMrs.Diane ColladoMrs.Leann ThomsonHot Lunch SupervisorMrs.Maureen HumphreyHot Lunch AideMrs.Lenore LeeMrs.
Marnie McCabeWCEA ISL 2010St.Bernadette Parish SchoolPage ST.BERNADETTE SCHOOL COMMISSIONCommission MembersFranco BeciaHarvinder BualFred CoggeshellForrest HillyardTeddy JimenoBeth RamseyMengstab TeklehaimanotGiao TranParents ClubCarrie NelsonPrincipalBob RutledgePastorFr.
Mike WrightST.BERNADETTE PARENTS CLUB OFFICERSPresidentCarrie NelsonVice PresidentDavid KetchersideSecretaryLisa HillyardTreasurerSophal HamakerParents' Club Board Representatives
Jennifer Hiner Kelly EtzkornParents Club NewsletterStacey BrownParent CommitmentRepresentativeDonna GallagherSCRIPShelly Coggeshell Angelina JimenoTeresa MansanarezST.
BERNADETTE PARISH STAFFPastorFr.Mike WrightParish AdministratorDiana MastandreaSecretaryKalisa HourieBookkeeperCeleste HallPastoral Assistants for:MusicBrian KoreskiReligious EducationAngela CropleyYouth/Young AdultsDavid MorrisSocial OutreachLisa RuizGrounds KeeperLarry ResponteAccompanistRoger BergerWCEA ISL 2010St.Bernadette Parish SchoolPage CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTIONHOW THE SELF STUDY WAS CONDUCTEDThe selfstudy process began in August 2009 with the staff collaborating to make committee assignments and map out a general timeline and plan for completion of the ISL document.
Throughout the 20092010 school year, the staff devoted each Thursdays staff meeting to accreditation activities, either planning and writing or staff development that was geared toward the ISL process.In October 2009, Kay Purcell, Assistant Superintendent for Accreditation, met with the staff for the purpose of orienting them to the new ISL process.
She confirmed that the committee structure and work process were adequate for the task, and she was able to answer questions about the changes involved inthe new form.That fall the staff began the process of reviewing and updating St.Bernadette Schools mission, philosophy and Schoolwide Learning Expectations (SLEs).
They concluded that only small changes would need to be made.
The whole staff, through a collaborative process, agreed on recommended changes in preparation for the shareholders meeting.That meeting was held on January 28, 2010, facilitated by Susan Burdett, principal of Our Lady of Fatima School.
That meeting, with excellent parent and parishioner turnout, was an opportunity to affirm staffproposed changes to the schools mission, philosophy and SLEs.
It was also an opportunity to gain valuable input from the shareholders in developing updated SLE indicators.
Input from that meetingwas carefully considered by the staff before finalizing the new SLE indicators.Surveys were adapted by the school profile committee from templates provided by a company called CTN in the fall of 2009 and then presented to students, staff, parents and pastor in January Beginning in January and then continuing through the fall of 2010 the entire staff met weekly to draft and revise each section of the ISL document in preparation for its presentation to the visiting team on March 1, 2011.WCEA ISL 2010St.Bernadette Parish SchoolPage INVOLVEMENT AND COLLABORATION OF SHAREHOLDERS IN COMPLETING THE SELF STUDYThe school involves all shareholders in data review, analysis and dialogue about perceived accomplishments in the area of student learning, and in developing, implementing and monitoring als for improvements in student learning.By means of weekly school letters, the website, and weekly notices in the parish bulletin, all shareholders were invited to the shareholders meeting on January 28,2010.
About 20 tables in the parish hall were filled with teachers and staff, student leaders, school parents, parishioners, the pastor and the parish assistant for administration.
The meeting was facilitated by Susan Burdett, Our Lady of Fatima principal, to guide participants through the process