Oyama School Wide Plan 2008-09 by stariya

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									                                          Title I Schoolwide Plan
                                          2008-2009 to 2012-2013
SCHOOL NAME: Oyama Elementary


PLAN BEGINNING DATE: August 2008                PLAN ENDING DATE: August 2009
School Year: 2008 - 2009                        School Year: 2012 - 2013
DATE SUBMITTED TO DISTRICT LEADERSHIP:
October 20, 2008


                          SCHOOL LEADERSHIP TEAM MEMBERS & SCHOOL COUNCIL SIGN-OFF SHEET

  TYPED/        POSITION/        SITE    SIGNATURE      TYPED/               POSITION/              SITE    SIGNATURE
 PRINTED      STAKEHOLDER      COUNCIL               PRINTED NAME          STAKEHOLDER            COUNCIL
   NAME
Victoria      Principal          Yes                 Kathryn Zanin      School Improvement        No
Callison                                                                Coach
Monique       Instructional      Yes                 Irma Gonzalez      Parent                    Yes
Peralta       Support
Jennifer      Instructional      Yes                 Martin Hernandez   Parent                    Yes
Toombs        Support
Gloria        Reading Coach      No                  Debbie Lucas       Teacher                   Yes
Torrejon
Marcella      Teacher            No                  Vivian Chavez      Attendance Clerk          Yes
Zepp
Anne          Teacher            No                                     Intervention Specialist   No
Summerton                                            Celina Morales
Gina Barker   Teacher            No

Stacey Cada   Teacher            No
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                                                                       TAKING STOCK
                     # STAFF                               2006-2007                      2007-2008                      2008-2009
         Administrators                           2                             1                             1
         Other Professional Staff                 5                             4                             5
         Teachers                                 22                            29                            30
         Teacher Aides                            6                             4                             6

    How long has the current principal held the position at this school?                                             2 Years
    What percentages of this year’s staff meet the qualifications for Highly Qualified?                              100%
    What percentages of this year’s staff hold emergency certification for the area in which they are teaching?                None
    What has the staff turnover rate been for this school over the past three years?                 87%               3%
                                                                                                  2006-2007          2007-2008              2008-2009
    Much of this information is found in the Arizona School Report Card (http://www.ade.az.gov/srcs/find_school.asp)

                                                                       DEMOGRAPHIC DATA
                                                                    2006-2007                     2007-2008                         2008-2009
Total enrollment                                                         538                            519                            520
School attendance rate                                                   93.5                          95.6                           95.9%
School Promotion or Graduation Rate                                      100                            1%                            N/A%
School Dropout Rate (Grades 7-12)                                        N/A                            N/A                            N/A
Mobility Rate                                                            35.5                          37.2                            N/A
                                                                     SUBGROUP POPULATIONS
     ETHNIC BACKGROUND                2006-2007   2007-2008    2008-2009       SPECIAL PROGRAM MEMBERSHIP          2006-2007   2007-2008        2008-2009
White (Not Hispanic)                      4.6%          6.1%       6.7% Title I                                         94%         93%                 93%
Black or African American                 4.8%          3.4%       4.8% English Language Learners (ELL)                36.8%        34%                 38%
Hispanic or Latino                       84.6%         83.6%      84.6% 504 Accommodation                                .2%        1. %                2. %
American Indian or Alaskan Native         5.6%          6.3%       3.3% Migrant Students                                  0%          0%                  0%
Asian or Pacific Islander                  .4%           .6%         .6% Special Education Students                     5.3%        6.1%                8.1%
              GENDER                                                     Gifted Students                                  4%          5%                  5%
Male                                      53%           48%        50%   Free/Reduced Lunch                             94%         93%                 93%
Female                                    46%           52%        50%




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                                            TAKING STOCK

        In order to set appropriate goals, the team will need to spend time thoroughly reviewing
                                academic achievement data for your site.

                  Check the appropriate academic achievement data for your schools.

                     Minimally review all AIMS grade achievement data and trends.

   Here are some suggested A& R Sites to get you started, although the list is not totally inclusive or
                                          comprehensive.


       http://tusdstats.tusd.k12.az.us/planning/profiles/aims/aims_front.asp


http://tusdstats.tusd.k12.az.us/planning/profiles/aims/statec/twoyearcomp_front.asp


       http://tusdstats.tusd.k12.az.us/paweb/aggD/SchoolPlans/spStart.aspx




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                                                         SCHOOL NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Conduct a thorough needs assessment. Use the ADE Standards & Rubrics for School Improvement, other additional instruments which may be included (School Quality
Survey, Marzano Survey, PLC Survey, Solutions Team Statement of Findings). Using this data, summarize your findings and recommendations in the space provided.

   STANDARD 1                    GUIDING QUESTIONS                                     RESPONSES                                 SUPPORTING
                                                                                                                             ARTIFACTS/EVIDENCE
                     1. How will you lead your school community           The community will work together to              Agendas
   School and           in developing measurable and rigorous             complete a comprehensive needs                   Minutes
   District             goals to improve student achievement?             assessment that will determine the goals         Calendars
   Leadership                                                             for the 2008-09 school year. The
                                                                          administration will facilitate cadres of
                                                                          stakeholders and provide communication
                                                                          between all groups.
                     2. How will you communicate the goals to all         Information will be communicated out             Agendas
                        stakeholders?                                     utilizing technology and a series of public      E-Mail
                                                                          forums will be available to all                  Fire Up-Dates
                                                                          stakeholders. Information will flow from         Community News Letter
                                                                          the school improvement committee to the          Annual Title I Meeting
                                                                          leadership team to grade level and from          Sign in sheets
                                                                          grade level to leadership team to school
                                                                          improvement committee.
                     3. What are your plans for implementing and          A timeline will be established. The School       Agendas
                        monitoring the specific activities to meet        Improvement Coach and leadership Team
                        these goals?                                      will work with administration weekly to
                                                                          track progress. Progress will be reported
                                                                          back to grade level teams weekly.
                     4. How will you sustain or even improve your         As this plan is a working document, it will      School wide Plan
                        performance once your goals have been             be revisited and revised as old goals are
                        met?                                              met and new ones develop. Building
                                                                          programmatic capacity in all areas is
                                                                          imperative to continued growth.
                     5. What plans and strategies are being used          The district has actively recruited
                        to recruit and retain Highly Qualified            teachers through Employment Fairs,
                        Teachers?                                         Advertising and working with the local
                                                                          higher education institutions and
                                                                          colleges.




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6. What are your plans to support the           Oyama staff participate in a professional     Agendas
   development of your site as a professional   learning community in a variety of ways:      Observation Documentation
   learning community?                          Grade Level Teams                             Lesson Study Documentation
                                                Plan/Observe/Discuss Lesson                   Teacher Reflection Journals
                                                Development
                                                Plan/Observe Discuss Pull Out
                                                Lesson Studies
                                                Teacher Developed Workshop Studies
                                                School Wide Research Studies
7. What barriers have been identified in this   Oyama’s biggest barrier is time. The          Budgets: M&O, K-3, Title I,
   standard and how will they be addressed?     leadership team will support teacher          Reading First, and various
                                                professional development and program          grants.
                                                implementation. Multiple funding streams
                                                will be used to pay teachers for additional
                                                work time needed to accomplish the
                                                goals.




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                                                               SCHOOL NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Conduct a thorough needs assessment. Use the ADE Standards & Rubrics for School Improvement, other additional instruments which may be included (School Quality
Survey, Marzano Survey, PLC Survey, Solutions Team Statement of Findings). Using this data, summarize your findings and recommendations in the space provided.

   STANDARD 2                        GUIDING QUESTIONS                                      RESPONSES                                    SUPPORTING
                                                                                                                                     ARTIFACTS/EVIDENCE
                     1. How does your SAP systematically                    Teachers and support staff work together to            Agendas
                        address the critical area of curriculum             constantly monitor and adjust the curriculum. By
   Curriculum,          alignment? Include standards, as well as            utilizing pacing calendars and on-going, frequent
   Instruction,         horizontal and vertical articulation.               assessment, teachers track student performance in
                                                                            meeting the standards. Through grade level teams,
   and
                                                                            curriculum committees, and cross articulation
   Professional                                                             opportunities, teachers work together to adjust
   Development                                                              curriculum, programs, and refine instruction.
                                                                            Teachers will utilize student data to drive
                                                                            instructional practice.
                     2.                                                     Oyama staff have participated in a comprehensive       Professional Development Calendar
                                    What scientifically-based research      study of the instructional strategies suggested by     Agendas
                                                                            Marzano, Skillfull Teacher, Eaker, and Reading
                    Interventions




                                    (SBR), instructional strategies have
                     Pyramid of




                                    been identified as essential for your   Firs t research based strategies.
                        Tier 1




                                    staff to implement effective
                                    instruction in the core academic
                                    areas and/or support your plan
                                    goals?
                     3.                                                     Oyama utilizes a “Response to Intervention” model.     Lesson Plans
                                    What additional instructional           Teachers provide intervention through small group      Schedules
                    Interventions




                                    strategies are being used to support    targeted instruction. Tier 3 interventions are
                     Pyramid of

                      Tiers 1 & 2




                                    struggling students?                    delivered by certified staff, with classified staff,
                                                                            providing classroom support.




                     4.             How does your school increase the       After school tutoring is offered for English Second    Comprehensive Education




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          amount of learning time for          Language Students. At this time, funding does not        Documentation.
          struggling students (before/after    permit for extended programs for all struggling



Interventions
 Pyramid of
          school, during the summer, and       students. Oyama is approaching continued student



    Tier 2
          during any extension of the school   growth through an accelerated model-not a deficit
                                               model. If first instruction is strong, and
          year)?
                                               intervention is provided through intensive small
          Do they meet the needs of the        group instruction, then students will not need
          populations that the school serves   additional time.
          in a timely manner?
 5. How are the professional development       Professional development needs are determined by         Professional Development Plan
    needs of your staff assessed and met?      student data, teacher effectiveness studies, teachers’
                                               suggestions, and the observations of the leadership
                                               team. The professional development plan is a
                                               flexible, working plan that changes based upon the
                                               data collected/
 6. How does school leadership support
    teachers in the following areas:
     a. Instruction of ELL’s                   Oyama is implementing a four-hour English                Lesson Plans
     b. Instruction of Exceptional Ed          Language Learner block. Teachers in these                Professional Development Calendar
         Students                              classrooms participate in on-going professional          Exceptional Education Minutes
     c. Implementation of Curriculum           development and have multiple opportunities for          Exceptional Education Agendas
                                               vertical and horizontal articulation.
     d. Mentoring new, less-experienced, and
         struggling teachers?                  Oyama has developed a strong Exceptional
                                               Education team that works with the classroom
                                               teacher in providing services to Exceptional Ed.
                                               Students. The model is a combination of pullout
                                               and inclusion depending on the needs of each
                                               student.

                                               The leadership team monitors curriculum
                                               implementation.

                                               New teachers are mentored through the TUSD
                                               teacher mentor program, other team members, and
                                               by the Oyama Leadership Team. Administration
                                               meets weekly with the mentors to monitor and
                                               adjust teachers’ professional growth.
 7. How are technology standards embedded      This is an area that needs much improvement.
    in classroom instruction?                  Teachers and staff at Oyama need to have more
                                               opportunities for exposure to quality technology.
                                               Most classrooms have one computer. Through a lab
                                               setting, students use computers once a week. The
                                               technology at Oyama is outdated.


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8. What barriers have been identified in this   The lack of updated technology is a barrier.         Technology Plan
   standard and how will they be addressed?     TUSD’s technology plan has been revised to include
                                                a refresh. However, lack of funding has taken it’s
                                                toll on the plan.




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                                                            SCHOOL NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Conduct a thorough needs assessment. Use the ADE Standards & Rubrics for School Improvement, other additional instruments which may be included (School Quality
Survey, Marzano Survey, PLC Survey, Solutions Team Statement of Findings). Using this data, summarize your findings and recommendations in the space provided.

     STANDARD 3                  GUIDING QUESTIONS                                          RESPONSES                                      SUPPORTING
                                                                                                                                       ARTIFACTS/EVIDENCE
                         1. How are you systemically collecting,        Data for reading, writing, and math is collected every two      DIBLES
   Classroom and            disaggregating, and analyzing both          weeks. Oyama teachers and support staff review the data.        CBM
   School                   formative and summative                     Data is reviewed in grade level teams, conferencing with        Avenues
   Assessments              achievement data to make informed           the support staff, as a whole faculty, and “Data Chats”         Galileo/ATI
                            instructional decisions?                    with administration.
                         2. How do teachers participate in              Teachers are able to use data to determine the need to re-      Data Chat documentation
                            decisions and use disaggregated             teach, provide small group intervention, or classroom           Professional Development
                            assessment data to improve student          support intervention.                                           Calendar
                            achievement?
                         3. How does the assessment system in           Most of the data used to inform instruction is available to     TUSD Stats
                            place provide timely feedback at the        the teachers immediately, which makes for a timely
                            student, class, and school level?           intervention when needed. Teachers conference with
                                                                        students, discuss trends with students, grade level team
                                                                        analyze that data, and the entire staff analyzes the data at
                                                                        the school level.
                         4. What barriers have been identified          TUSD has an amazing system for tracking data. Getting           Team minutes
                            in this standard and how will they be       teachers to act on the data, not react to the data is the
                            addressed?                                  challenge.




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                                                          SCHOOL NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Conduct a thorough needs assessment. Use the ADE Standards & Rubrics for School Improvement, other additional instruments which may be included (School Quality
Survey, Marzano Survey, PLC Survey, Solutions Team Statement of Findings). Using this data, summarize your findings and recommendations in the space provided.

   STANDARD 4                      GUIDING QUESTIONS                                           RESPONSES                                      SUPPORTING
                                                                                                                                         ARTIFACTS/EVIDENCE
                       1. What specifically is your site doing to            By using a Response to Intervention model, and a            Discipline Log
   School Culture,        ensure a safe, equitable learning                  school wide discipline system, Oyama provides a safe        Mohave Discipline Tracking
   Climate, and           environment for students and their                 environment for all students. The counselor works in        System
   Communication          families?                                          classrooms teaching students communication skills and
                                                                             life skills.
                       2. What strategies are being implemented to           Oyama will offer more opportunities for parents to be       Survey
                          increase parent involvement?                       involved. A survey was developed that will determine        Agendas
                                                                             what opportunities parents want. Teachers are making        Sign In Sheets
                                                                             home visits at least once a quarter. Parents can attend a
                                                                             variety of classes and workshops aimed at supporting
                                                                             student achievement and wellness.
                       3. What opportunities are provided for parent-        Classes, literacy nights, workshops, volunteering,          Agendas
                          community involvement in the school?               monthly lunch with the administration, PTA, home            Sign In Sheets
                                                                             visits, conferences, Open House, curriculum nights, and
                                                                             family events (Fall Festival, Spring Fling,)
                       4. How have you notified parents of your              Parents were notified in public meetings and via            Newsletter
                          school performance status and provided             newsletters of our accomplishments and our goals.           Agendas
                          avenues for parent participation in school-        Parents were invited to attend workshops for school
                          wide planning?                                     wide planning. Goals are clearly stated and posted in
                                                                             mulitple places around the campus.
                       5. Is there evidence of an effective school-          Yes                                                         Plan
                          wide discipline plan in place?                                                                                 Student handbook
                          Do all stakeholders support the plan?                                                                          Staff Handbook
                       6. What strategies are in place to bridge the         The curriculum is constantly being monitored for cross      Student Identification Cards
                          gaps when students are transitioning to the        grade articulation. Teachers from transitioning grades      Class Rosters
                          next grade?                                        have the opportunity to meet and discuss student needs.
                                                                             New classes are formed hetergeniously, excpet to ELD
                                                                             classrooms. ELD classrooms are grouped by
                                                                             proficiency level.
                       7. How is student achievement celebrated at           Student achievement is celebrated daily in the              Assembly Schedule
                          your school?                                       classroom and quarterly in an assembly format.
                                                                             Students who exceed the standards are recognized as
                                                                             Honor Roll. Students on Honor Roll are invited to
                                                                             attend a special dinner and other fun events.

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                                5. How are you communicating to students                 Academic expectations are communicated by                       Translation Record
                                   and members of the school community, in               newsletters, public forums, conferences, and home
                                   language and format that is easily                    visits. All communication is done in the families
                                   understood, academic expectations and                 preferred language.
                                   individual student progress towards
                                   meeting those expectations?
                                8. What evidence can you provide to                      Oyama is a professional learning community as                   School Quality Survey
                                   demonstrate that your site is a professional          demonstrated and measured through the School Quality            Teacher Interviews.
                                   learning community where communication                Survey, data disaggregation, and teacher and
                                   and commitment to student learning is key?            community interviews.
                                9. What barriers have been identified in this            The administration is not bilingual and this creates a
                                   standard and how will they be addressed?              barrier in communicating directly to parents.


                                                                SCHOOL REFORM MODEL
                         School Narrative                                                                  School Introduction
                 Brief Description of Your School

                   1. What is the school’s vision        Instead of creating a vision and mission statement, Oyama staff work together to create a definition of academic
                                                         rigor. It is this definition that Oyama takes it’s direction. The core values held by the community are academic
                                                         growth, personal growth , honesty, and kindness. The community at large embraces cultural differences and holds
                   2. What is your school’s mission?
                                                         education as the key to being a successful person.

                                                         Academic Rigor at Oyama Elementary means we have high expectations for ALL students. We believe it is
Central Themes




                   3. What are the core values held by   our responsibility to provide a challenging academic experience that promote higher level critical thinking
                      the school community?              through scientifically based teaching strategies.We hold ourselves and our students accountable for
                                                         meaningful and mandatory engagement and achieving our personal best.
                   4. What if any characteristics
                      might be unique to your school
                      community that will be of
                      consideration when developing
                      this plan?




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                                                                                                                          SCHOOL REFORM MODEL
DESCRIBE THE SCHOOL REFORM MODEL YOUR SCHOOL HAS ADOPTED. INCLUDE IN THIS DESCRIPTION, THE SCIENTIFICALLY BASED
RESEARCH (SBR) PROGRAM(S), MODEL(S), AND STRATEGIES THAT THE SCHOOL HAS SELECTED TO IMPLEMENT.

THE SCHOOL REFORM MODEL IS THE SCHOOLWIDE MODEL THAT SHOULD ADDRESS THE MAJORITY OF YOUR STUDENT NEEDS ACROSS THE CURRICULUM.
WHAT INITIATIVES/SYSTEMS DOES YOUR SCHOOL HAVE IN PLACE TO ADDRESS CLASSROOM NEEDS?
THESE INITIATIVES WILL ACCOMPLISH YOUR PYRAMID OF INTERVENTIONS
                                                                                                                                                                          SCHOOL WIDE REFORM NARRATIVE
          School Reform Model                                                                                        GUIDING QUESTIONS
                                                                                                                                                         (use the guiding questions as a tool to communicate the elements of
                                                                                                                                                                               your school wide reform model)
                                                                                                           1. Is there a Magnet School Program at          Oyama has a defined common knowledge base for instructional delivery
                                                                                                              your site? If so, what is the magnet         that includes the research-based philosophies of Marzano, Skillfull Teacher,
                                                                                                              focus?                                       and Essential Elements of Instruction (Hunter). Using both an accelerated
                                                      School Enhancements which support all students
    These are systems in every classroom to address




                                                                                                           2. What are the common-knowledge base           model and a flexible tiered intervention plan, Oyama strives to meet the
     80-85% of your student and classroom needs.




                                                                                                              instructional practices at your school?      needs of all students . The model, Response to Intervention, calls for all
                                                                                                              (like PDCA, Adjustable student               staff in the school to work together to make sure every child is successful.
                                                                                                              groupings)                                   Through multiple funding streams, Oyama employs several support staff to
                                                                                                           3. Describe the School-Wide Behavior            work with the classroom teacher in meeting the needs of students. The
                Pyramid of Interventions




                                                                                                              Model being used at your site?               Reading Coach and Intervention Specialist are funded through Reading
                                                                                                                                                           First. The two Instructional Supports are paid through Title I and ELD
                                                                                                           4. Does your school employ additional
                                                                                                                                                           funding. The classified classroom support is funded through Title I and K-
                                                                                                              staff to support all students? If so,
                                                                                                                                                           3. Each grade level has one teacher paid through Title I for class size
                         TIER 1




                                                                                                              briefly describe their duties. If class-
                                                                                                                                                           reduction. The target ratio for class size reduction is 15 :1 for kindergarten
                                                                                                       P




                                                                                                              size reduction, what is the target
                                                                                                                                                           and 22:1 for other grades.
                                                                                                              teacher/student ratio?
                                                                                                                                                           The instructional program consists of 120 minute Reading block, a 50
                                                                                                           5. Does your school provide instructional
                                                                                                                                                           minute math block and a 50 minute writing block. Classroom that are
                                                                                                              blocks for core programs? If so, which
                                                                                                                                                           designated as ELD have a four hour language block, a 50 minute math
                                                                                                              subjects and how many minutes is the
                                                                                                                                                           black, and a 50 minute writing block. All grade levels have a common
                                                                                                              block?
                                                                                                                                                           planning time, plus they an additional four hours per month to plan PODs
                                                                                                           6. What additional systematic instructional     (Plan/Observe/Discuss). Oyama utilizes Harcourt Trophies as the core
                                                                                                              supports are in place for all students?      reading program. To supplement the core in order to differentiate
                                                                                                           7. Does your school provide common              instruction , Oyama utilizes Read Well, Phonics for Reading, Quick Reads,
                                                                                                              planning time for teachers (PLC)?            Sundance, and Read Naturally. First grade is piloting Family Math for
                                                                                                           8. What Research Based Core Curriculum          2008-09 while other grades are using the TUSD pacing calendars and
                                                                                                              is being used for Reading,                   supplementing with Addison Wesley Math. All teachers use Writing Up A
                                                                                                              Mathematics?


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                                                                                                9. Other SBR Site Based Initiative(s)?                Storm for the writing curriculum. Being a Reading First school, Oyama
                                                                                                                                                      uses multiple research-based initiatives that are embedded within the
                                                                                                                                                      system.
                                                                                                                SCHOOL REFORM MODEL
                                                                                                                                                             SCHOOL WIDE REFORM NARRATIVE
            School Reform                                                                     GUIDING QUESTIONS
               Model                                                                                                                     (use the guiding questions as a tool to communicate the elements of your
                                                                                                                                                                     school wide reform model)
                                                                                  10. How does your school increase learning              The first instruction needs to be of the highest quality with minimal distractions
                           These are systems you have at your school to address




                                                                                      time and provide additional opportunities           and more time on task learning. Therefore, the majority of professional
                                                                                      for struggling students?                            development has gone for improving teacher effectiveness. Oyama utilizes a tiered
                                                                                                                                          approach to intervention. All of the interventions are delivered by a certified
                                                                                                                                          person, while the classified staff work with small groups in the classroom as a push
                                    15 – 20% of total school population




                                                                                  11. Does your school employ additional staff to         in program. Once monthly the interventionist, the classified staff, reading coach
                                                                                      support struggling students?                        and certified instructional support meet to plan instruction for struggling students.
Pyramid of Interventions




                                                                                      Briefly describe their duties.                      Teachers use the Teacher Assistance Team when student progress is not evident.
                                                                                                                                          Together with the classroom teacher, the team develops a support system for both
                                                                                                                                          the teacher and the student. For those students participating in Comp Ed.
                                                                                  12. Describe special instructional planning for         Tutoring after school, teachers work with the students’ teacher to develop a WICP.
        TIER 2




                                                                                      struggling students.                                The Exceptional Education team work with teachers on specific strategies and
                                                                                   (SCIPS, WICPS)                                        targeted goals for all students, not just those with an IEP. The counselor works
                                                                                                                                          closely with the classroom teacher in providing specific lessons that integrate with
                                                                                                                                          in the curriculum. The OMA specialists also work with the classroom teacher to
                                                                                                                                          design lessons that support the content areas.
                                                                                  13. Please describe any other site support
                                                                                      systems at your school.




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                                                                                                          SCHOOL WIDE REFORM NARRATIVE
    School Reform                                    GUIDING QUESTIONS
       Model                                                                            (use the guiding questions as a tool to communicate the elements of your
                                                                                                                  school wide reform model)
                                         14. How are you reaching out for external       Oyama works closely with TUSDs Exceptional Education department for support
                These are systems you
                have at your school to




                                             support beyond the school resources?        for the Autistic Kindergarten classroom and with students in GATE.
                  3 – 5% of students




                                             Examples could include: Ethnic Studies,     Compensatory Education supports Oyama’s after school program.
Interventions
 Pyramid of




                                             Exceptional Education, After School
                       address




                                                                                   st
    TIER 3




                                             Programs, Reading Seed Coaches, 21
                                             Century, SES, Social Service Agencies,
                                             Compensatory Education.




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                                                                                              Tier 3
                                                                                          Interventions
  DISTRICT PYRAMID OF                                                                        District

     INTERVENTIONS                                                   Reading: Tutoring by certified staff
                                                                     Writing:Walk to Learn
                                                                     Math-Individualized learning plan
       FOR REVIEW                                                    ELL- Compensatory Tutoring
                                                                     Non-Academic- School wide behavior plan, school wide study
 COMPONENTS SHOULD BE                                                of the essential 55 (Ron Clark), Attendance incentives,
                                                                     Student recognition daily and quarterly
                                                                              Tier 2 - School Interventions
ADDRESSED WITHIN YOUR IN                                     Reading: Tier 2 small group instruction with supplemental materials
  SCHOOL-WIDE REFORM                                         Writing: Student conferencing/reteach using a “walk to learn”

MODEL FROM THE PREVIOUS                                      Math: Tier 2 small group instruction , frequent monitoring

                                                             ELL: Small group instruction, increased use of SIOP strategies
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                                                             Non-Academic- School wide behavior plan, school wide study of the
                                                             essential 55 (Ron Clark), Attendance incentives, Student recognition daily
                                                             and quarterly.

                                                                            Tier 1 - Classroom Interventions
                                    Reading: Quality first instruction, Push in Classroom Support, Core Curriculum, Supplemental Curriculum for
                                    Differentiation, Frequent and Multiple Assessments, Focus on Vocabulary and Comprehension, Quarterly recognition of
                                    students who have exceeded the standards
                                    Writing : Quality first instruction, Fidelity to Core Writing Program, Frequent Assessment , School Wide support with
                                    Vocabulary , Monthly recognition of students who have exceeded the standards.
                                    Math: Quality first instruction, Implementation of Curriculum Based Measures fro frequent monitoring, TUSD pacing
                                    calendars, use of Galileo for assessment practice,
                                    ELL: Four Hour Language Literacy Block, fidelity to Core Curriculums (Avenues, Harcourt), full implementation of SIOP
                                    strategies
                                    Non-Academic: School wide behavior plan, school wide study of the essential 55 (Ron Clark), Attendance incentives, Student
                                    recognition daily and quarterly



                                                                                     TAKING STOCK
        STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT DATA – Reading, Writing, Math, Subgroup Data – ELL, SES, Special Education, Ethnicity
        School Profiles; Survey Results - School Quality, Marzano, Standards & Rubrics; Site Visit Protocol Feedback, Solutions Team Findings, ELL
        Non-Academic (Attendance, Graduation Rate, Technology)

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                                                         TITLE I SCHOOLWIDE PLAN
                                                                   ACTION PLAN 1
SMART GOAL – READING                                                                                                                   Quarterly DIBELS Reading Goals
                                                                                                                                        st            nd         rd
    The total percentage of students whose instructional recommendation is “Benchmark” will increase by 10%                            1 Qtr         2 Qtr      3 Qtr
    in grades 2-5 when comparing Fall 2008 DIBELS to Spring 2009 DIBELS.                                                            2-48%        2-53%            2-62%
                                                                                                                                    3-35%        3-42%            3-49%
                                                                                                                                    4-36%        4-40%            4-44%
                                                                                                                                    5-49%        5-54%            5-59%

       DATA SUPPORTING GOAL:                              STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENTS:                                     DISTRICT/SCHOOL ASSESSMENTS:
  1. DIBELS                                                 1. DIBELS                                             1. DIBELS


What is the concept level targeted area within the goal? – Taking Stock portion                                 RESEARCH-BASED BEST PRACTICES FOR
of Pyramid: Tier 1 and Tier 2 intervention                                                                      INTERVENTION/REFORM MODEL:
A review of data indicates the following: For two years, at least 8% of the students did not
maintain “benchmark” and slipped to strategic.                                                                  Quality first instruction, Comprehensive Core
                                                                                                                Curriculum. Supplemental Curriculum for
                                                                                                                Differentiation.

                                                            METHOD TO                                                       RESOURCES




                                                                                                PYRAMID LEVEL
  STRATEGIES TO IMPLEMENT             PERSON(S)              MONITOR/              TIMELINE                                  NEEDED TO         SBR PROFESSIONAL




                                                                                                                FUNDING
                                                                                                                SOURCE
  THE INTERVENTION/REFORM             Accountable           EVALUATE                                                         IMPLEMENT           DEVELOPMENT
           MODEL                                          INTERVENTION/      Begin        End                              INTERVENTION       ADDRESSING THIS GOAL
                                                             REFORM                                                       REFORM MODEL
                                                              MODEL                                                         STRATEGIES

                                     Reading Coach,      DIBELS- progress    August    April,   1                         Supplemental        Comprehension Strtegies
Focus on quality first instruction   Interventionists,   monitoring every   ,2008      2009                     Rd        Curriculum,         Plan/Observe/Discuss
                                     Certified           two weeks                                              g         Certified support
                                     Classroom                                                                  1st       staff
                                     Support                                                                    titl
                                     Admin                                                                      eI
                                                         DIBELS-progress    August,    April,   2                         Supplemental        Reading with Fluency
Small Group                          Reading Coach,      monitoring         2008       2009                     Rd        Curriculum,         Plan/Observe/Discuss
Instruction/Differentiation          Interventionists,                                                          g         Certified support
                                     Certified                                                                  1st,      staff
                                     Classroom                                                                  titl
                                     Support                                                                    eI
                                     Admin



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                                                         TITLE I SCHOOLWIDE PLAN


                                                                   ACTION PLAN 2
SMART GOAL – READING                                                                                                                     Quarterly Benchmark Reading Goals
                                                                                                                                           st            nd          rd
    When comparing 2007-08 to 2008-09 AIMS Total Reading scores, the number of third grade students meeting or                            1 Qtr         2 Qtr       3 Qtr
    exceeding the standards will increas at least 4.9% (from 60.1 to 65%); the number of fourth grade students                          3-61%           3- 65%           3- 72%
                                                                                                                                        4-70.3          4-77%            4-84%
    meeting or exceeding the standards will increase at least 2.6% (from 62.4 to 65%); and the number of fifth                          5- 51%          5-56%            5-62%
    grade students meeting or exceeding will increase at least 2.6% (from 64.4% to 67%)


      DATA SUPPORTING GOAL:                               STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENTS:                                      DISTRICT/SCHOOL ASSESSMENTS:
   Benchmark                                                AIMS                                                  Benchmark



What is the concept level targeted area within the goal? – Taking Stock portion                                  RESEARCH-BASED BEST PRACTICES FOR
of Pyramid: Tier 1 and Tier 2 intervention                                                                       INTERVENTION/REFORM MODEL:
A review of data indicates the following: The content area of Literary Elemements continues to
be a challenge. Overall, the focus for instruction in grades 3 through 5 needs to be                             Quality first instruction, Comprehensive Core
comprehension.                                                                                                   Curriculum. Supplemental Curriculum for Differentiation
                                                                                                                 (Sundance, Read Naturally).

                                                            METHOD TO                                                           RESOURCES




                                                                                                 PYRAMID LEVEL
  STRATEGIES TO IMPLEMENT             PERSON(S)              MONITOR/              TIMELINE                                      NEEDED TO           SBR PROFESSIONAL




                                                                                                                 FUNDING
                                                                                                                 SOURCE
  THE INTERVENTION/REFORM             Accountable           EVALUATE                                                             IMPLEMENT             DEVELOPMENT
           MODEL                                          INTERVENTION/      Begin        End                                  INTERVENTION         ADDRESSING THIS GOAL
                                                             REFORM                                                           REFORM MODEL
                                                              MODEL                                                             STRATEGIES

                                     Reading Coach,      DIBELS- progress              April,    1                Rdg         Supplemental         Comprehension Strtegies
Focus on quality first instruction   Interventionists,   monitoring every   Aug.2008   2009                      1st title    Curriculum,          Plan/Observe/Discuss
                                     Certified           two weeks                                               I            Certified support
                                     Classroom           Benchmark                                                            staff
                                     Support             Assessments
                                     Admin
                                                         DIBELS-progress               April,    2                Rdg         Supplemental         Reading with Fluency
Small Group                          Reading Coach,      monitoring         Aug.2008   2009                      1st, title   Curriculum,          Plan/Observe/Discuss
Instruction/Differentiation          Interventionists,   Benchmark                                               I            Certified support
                                     Certified           Assessments                                                          staff
                                     Classroom
                                     Support
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                                                                   ACTION PLAN 3
SMART GOAL – READING                                                                                                                     Quarterly DIBELS Reading Goals
                                                                                                                                          st            nd         rd
    The total percentage of students whose instructional recommendation is “Intensive” in grades 2-5 will                                1 Qtr         2 Qtr      3 Qtr
    decrease by 20% when comparing Fall 2008 DIBELS to Spring 2009 DIBELS.                                                            2-26%        2-23%            2- 21%
                                                                                                                                      3-34%        3-31%            3-27%
                                                                                                                                      4-40%        4-36%            4-32%
                                                                                                                                      5- 32%       5- 28%           5-25%


       DATA SUPPORTING GOAL:                              STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENTS:                                       DISTRICT/SCHOOL ASSESSMENTS:
  2. DIBELS                                                 1. DIBELS                                               2. DIBELS


What is the concept level targeted area within the goal? – Taking Stock portion                                   RESEARCH-BASED BEST PRACTICES FOR
of Pyramid: Tier 1 and Tier 2 intervention                                                                        INTERVENTION/REFORM MODEL:
A review of data indicates the following: Tier 2 and Tier 3 Intervention has not been effective for
7% of the intensive population.                                                                                   Quality first instruction, Compressive Core
                                                                                                                  Curriculum. Supplemental Curriculum for
                                                                                                                  Differentiation.

                                                            METHOD TO                                                         RESOURCES




                                                                                                  PYRAMID LEVEL
  STRATEGIES TO IMPLEMENT             PERSON(S)              MONITOR/              TIMELINE                                    NEEDED TO         SBR PROFESSIONAL




                                                                                                                  FUNDING
                                                                                                                  SOURCE
  THE INTERVENTION/REFORM             Accountable           EVALUATE                                                           IMPLEMENT           DEVELOPMENT
           MODEL                                          INTERVENTION/      Begin        End                                INTERVENTION       ADDRESSING THIS GOAL
                                                             REFORM                                                         REFORM MODEL
                                                              MODEL                                                           STRATEGIES

                                     Reading Coach,      DIBELS- progress    August    April,     1                         Supplemental        Effective Small Group
Focus on quality first instruction   Interventionists,   monitoring every   ,2008      2009                       Rd        Curriculum,         Instruction
                                     Certified           two weeks                                                g         Certified support   Pacing In Interventions
                                     Classroom                                                                    1st       staff               Plan/Observe/Discuss (POD)
                                     Support                                                                      titl
                                     Admin                                                                        eI
                                                         DIBELS-progress    August,    April,     2                         Supplemental        Training on Supplemental
Small Group                          Reading Coach,      monitoring         2008       2009                       Rd        Curriculum,         Curriculum
Instruction/Differentiation          Interventionists,                                                            g         Certified support   Plan/Observe/Discuss (POD)
                                     Certified                                                                    1st,      staff
                                     Classroom                                                                    titl
                                     Support                                                                      eI
                                     Admin


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                                                                ACTION PLAN 4
SMART GOAL – WRITING                                                                                                                   Quarterly Benchmark Writing Goals
                                                                                                                                         st           nd           rd
   When comparing AIMS 2007-08 writing scores to AIMS 2008-09 writing scores, students in grades 3 will                                 1 Qtr        2 Qtr        3 Qtr
   increase at least by 5%; moving from 50.9 to 55.9 ,grade 4 will increase at least by 5% ; moving from 49.2 to                   K-55.4%         K-60%           k-80%
                                                                                                                                   1-46.5%         1-65%           1-80%
   54.2, and grade 5 will increase at least by 5% ;moving from 52.5% to 57.5%.                                                     2-34.2%         2-65%           2-80%
                                                                                                                                   3-36.4%         3-65%           3-80%
                                                                                                                                   4-66.7%         4-65%           4-80%
                                                                                                                                   5-26.8%         5-65%           5-80%

        DATA SUPPORTING GOAL:                         STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENTS:                                            DISTRICT/SCHOOL ASSESSMENTS:
  1. AIMS Writing                               1. AIMS Writing                                                     1. Quarterly Benchmarks
                                                                                                                    2. Daily Writing / Writing Portfolios (Folders)

What is the concept level targeted area within the goal? – Taking Stock portion of                               RESEARCH-BASED BEST PRACTICES FOR
Pyramid Writing/                                                                                                 INTERVENTION/REFORM MODEL:
A review of data indicates the following: Student writing scores dropped by *** in overall
percentage.                                                                                                      Comprehensive Core Curriculum


                                                         METHOD TO                                                          RESOURCES




                                                                                                PYRAMID LEVEL
STRATEGIES TO IMPLEMENT THE            PERSON(S)          MONITOR/               TIMELINE                                    NEEDED TO           SBR PROFESSIONAL




                                                                                                                FUNDING
                                                                                                                SOURCE
INTERVENTION/REFORM MODEL              Accountable       EVALUATE                                                            IMPLEMENT             DEVELOPMENT
                                                       INTERVENTION/       Begin       End                                 INTERVENTION         ADDRESSING THIS GOAL
                                                          REFORM                                                          REFORM MODEL
                                                           MODEL                                                            STRATEGIES

                                      Teachers        Quarterly          October     May 2009   1                         Curriculum            Training in “Writing Up A
Core curriculum implementation with   Support Staff   Benchmarks         2008                                   Title                           Storm” August/February
complete fidelity                     Admin                                                                     I

                                      Teachers        Quarterly          August      May 2009   1                         Release time / Loss   Plan/Observe/ Discuss
                                      Support Staff   Benchmarks         2008                                   Title     of Planning
Plan/Observe/Discuss                  Admin                                                                     I




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                                                         TITLE I SCHOOLWIDE PLAN
                                                                     ACTION PLAN 5
SMART GOAL - MATHEMATICS                                                                                                                         Quarterly Benchmark Mathematic
    When comparing 2007-08 to 2008-09 AIMS total Math scores, the number of third grade students meeting or                                                   Goals
                                                                                                                                                  st           nd          rd
    exceeding the standards will increase at least 2.7% (from 62.3 to 65%): the number of fourth grade                                           1 Qtr        2 Qtr       3 Qtr
    students meeting or exceeding will increase at least 2.3% (from 65.7 to 68%), and the number of fifth grade                            3-66%           3- 72%          3-78%
                                                                                                                                           4- 76%          4- 83%          4-90%
    students meeting or exceeding will increase by at least 3% (from 58% to 61%)                                                           5-57%           5-62%           5-67%



        DATA SUPPORTING GOAL:                             STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENTS:                                                 DISTRICT/SCHOOL ASSESSMENTS:
  1. AIMS                                           1. AIMS                                                                   Quarterly Benchmarks
  2. CBM                                                                                                                      Curriculum Based Measures



What is the concept level targeted area within the goal? – Taking Stock portion of                                      RESEARCH-BASED BEST PRACTICES FOR
Pyramid Math                                                                                                            INTERVENTION/REFORM MODEL:
A review of data indicates the following: A three year trend analysis indicates that a large                             Small group intensive intervention
percentage of instruction needs to spent on number sense.



                                                            METHOD TO                                                              RESOURCES




                                                                                                       PYRAMID LEVEL
STRATEGIES TO IMPLEMENT THE              PERSON(S)           MONITOR/                  TIMELINE                                     NEEDED TO             SBR PROFESSIONAL




                                                                                                                       FUNDING
                                                                                                                       SOURCE
INTERVENTION/REFORM MODEL                Accountable        EVALUATE                                                                IMPLEMENT               DEVELOPMENT
                                                          INTERVENTION/         Begin        End                                  INTERVENTION           ADDRESSING THIS GOAL
                                                             REFORM                                                              REFORM MODEL
                                                              MODEL                                                                STRATEGIES

Frequent monitoring of first and small    Teachers,      Curriculum Based      Sept.       May 2009    1                         Data Base,             Using CBM and Benchmark
group instruction                        Instructional   Measures              2008                                    Titl      Instructional          Data to drive math instruction
                                         Specialist                                                                    eI        Specialist             Plan/Observe/Discuss

                                          Teachers       Development of        Dec.        Feb. 2009   1                         Facilitator            Training on using
Using Math Investigations /curriculum    Instructional   lessons to fill the   2008                                    Titl                             Investigations
alignment to pacing calendar             Specialist      gaps between the                                              eI                               Training on how to align
                                         Admin           pacing calendar                                                                                curriculum both vertically and
                                                         and Investigations                                                                             horizontally.




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                                                                     ACTION PLAN 6
SMART GOAL – NON-CONTENT                                                                                                                  st
                                                                                                                                             Quarterly Benchmark Goals
                                                                                                                                                         nd           rd
 Student attendance will increase from 93.23% to 94% when comparing end of the year 2007-08 to end of the                                1 Qtr          2 Qtr        3 Qtr
 year 2008-09.                                                                                                                        Average Daily Attendance Rate:
                                                                                                                                          95 %           95%          95%

       DATA SUPPORTING GOAL:                                 STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENTS:                                             DISTRICT/SCHOOL ASSESSMENTS:
Weekly attendance data                                                                                                        Weekly monitoring of attendance

What is the concept level targeted area within the goal? – Taking Stock portion of Pyramid                                 RESEARCH-BASED BEST PRACTICES FOR
A review of data indicates the following: Attendance study shows that at least 12% of the absence                          INTERVENTION/REFORM MODEL:
days we caused by students taking planned trips during the school year.



                                                            METHOD TO                                                           RESOURCES




                                                                                                    PYRAMID LEVEL
STRATEGIES TO IMPLEMENT THE                PERSON(S)         MONITOR/                TIMELINE                                    NEEDED TO           SBR PROFESSIONAL




                                                                                                                    FUNDING
                                                                                                                    SOURCE
INTERVENTION/REFORM MODEL                  Accountable      EVALUATE                                                             IMPLEMENT             DEVELOPMENT
                                                          INTERVENTION/        Begin       End                                 INTERVENTION        ADDRESSING THIS GOAL
                                                             REFORM                                                           REFORM MODEL
                                                              MODEL                                                             STRATEGIES

                                           Attendance    Weekly attendance               May,2009   1                PY       Attendance Clerk    “Can We Talk” Parent
                                           Clerk         monitoring           Aug.2008              2               Gr        Supplemental Time   Education Groups
Implement an attendance incentive          Family                                                   3               ant
program                                    Liaison                                                                  Titl
                                           Admin                                                                    eI
                                           Teachers
                                           Parents
                                           Teachers      Narrative reports    Aug.       May 2009   2                         Family Liaison       Creating a framework for home
Teachers will do at least one home visit   Admin         of home visit        2008                  3               Titl      Community Helper    visits.
a quarter.                                                                                                          eI


                                           Family        Agendas of           Aug.       May 2009   1               Titl      Family Liaison      Various workshops for parents.
                                           Liaison       Meetings / Sign in   2008                  2               eI        Community Helper
Increase parent awareness of the           Admin         Sheets                                     3                         Materials for
importance of consistent attendance        Teachers                                                                           Workshops



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                                            ACTION PLAN - PARENT INVOLVEMENT
SMART GOAL – PARENT INVOLVEMENT
This goal addresses how sites will create and support meaningful parent involvement.
When comparing the total number of volunteer hours in 2007-08 to the number of volunteer hours in 2008-09, there will be an increase of at least 30%.


                        CURRENT DATA/MEASURES                                                               EVIDENCE/ DATA
               (What evidence supports the need for this goal?)                        (What data will you use to support attainment of this goal?)
Oyama needed to re-design the parent involvement component                      Sign in sheets
of the school wide plan in order to break down the barriers                     Agendas
                                                                                Volunteer luncheon / monthly
between the school and home.

                                                          PROPOSED          EVIDENCE
  RESEARCH-BASED         PARENT INVOLVEMENT               ACTIVITY         /ARTIFACTS
   STRATEGIES TO         ACTIVITIES OUTLINE               DATE(S)         FROM ACTIVITY         PERSON RESPONSIBLE          PD & RESOURCES NEEDED TO
IMPLEMENT THE JOYCE                                                                             FOR IMPLEMENTATION           IMPLEMENT INTERVENTION
   EPSTIEN MODEL                                                                                                            REFORM MODEL STRATEGIES

Dedicated Parent            FL/CR Training & Staff        Annually       Sign-In Sheets        District Coordinator        FL/CR Training & Staff
Involvement Staff           Development                   Monthly        Training Materials    School Principal            Development
                                                                                               Site Liaison/Rep
Parenting                   1. ―Can We Talk‖               Sept, Feb     Sign-In sheets        School Principal            Family Resources
                               Workshops                                 Surveys               Site Liaison/Rep
Communicating               1. English as a Second        Sept thru      Sign-In sheets        School Principal
                               Language                   May            Surveys               Site Liaison/Rep
Volunteering                1. Create a menu of ways to   September      Menu                  School Principal
                               volunteer                                                       Site Liaison/Rep
Learning at Home            1. Home Visits                Quarterly      Narrative Reports     School Principal            Materials, Supplies
                            2. Make and Take              Quarterly      Sign-In sheets        Site Liaison/Rep
                               Workshops                                 Surveys
                            3. Family LiteracyNights      Monthly
Assessment                  1. Understanding DIBELS       January        Sign-In sheets        School Principal
                            2. Understanding CBM                         Surveys               Site Liaison/Rep
Collaborating with the      1. Organizations will come    Monthly        Sign-In sheets        School Principal            Outside Community Agencies
Community                      to school to present                      Surveys               Site Liaison/Rep


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                                                      TITLE I SCHOOLWIDE PLAN
                                                                TITLE I INITIATIVES
                Review your school budget—based upon what is being funded, please list the personnel and programs which are funded out of Title I.
                                   Provide brief information about how these staff and programs support your school-wide plan.


      PERSONNEL PAID OUT                  Which school-wide initiative are                PROGRAMS PAID OUT                 Which school-wide initiative is
       OF TITLE I BUDGET                      these staff supporting                       OF TITLE I BUDGET                 this program supporting?

# of Staff            Job Title                                                                 Program Title

5            Teachers                   Class size reduction                            Writing Up A Storm              Increase writing scores

1            Two .5                     Certified classroom support for                 OMA                             Increasing student achievement across the
             positions/Instructional    intervention                                                                    core content areas
             Specialists
1            Community                  Parent Involvement
             Representative
1            Community Helper           Attendance /Parent Involvement

.32          Attendance Clerk           Attendance Incentive Program

.32          Technology Tech            Assessment Data (Avenues, DIBELS,
                                        Benchmark) Integrating Technology
                                        into the curriculum, Tech support
4            Classified Instructional   Tier 2 small group support for
             Support                    intervention in Reading




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                                                         TITLE I SCHOOLWIDE PLAN
                                                                         ACTION PLAN

TECHNOLOGY
Please describe how your school technology plan supports your school-wide plan.

Oyama’s technology plan is still in Phase I- teachers are using technology as a tool for lesson planning, looking at data, delivering assessments, and communication. In
Phase 2, teachers will begin to use technology as a tool for lesson development and delivery. During Phase 2, teachers will have students use technology for project driven
applications. By the end of Phase 2, technology will be firmly embedded into all aspects of the curriculum.


                                           Please submit/attach a copy of your site Technology Plan with this document




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                               TITLE I SCHOOLWIDE PLAN
                                   ATTACHMENTS & TIPS

Annual Attachments– Submit a copy of:                    TIPS – Keep records/artifacts of:

 1. Updated Plan including:                              1. Title I Events & Processes:
      a. Needs Assessments                                      a. Sign-In Sheets
      b. Action Plans                                           b. Agendas
             i. Current academic goals                          c. Notes/Minutes
            ii. Current quarterly benchmark goals               d. Needs Assessments
           iii. Current strategies (edit as necessary)
      c. Staff Development Calendar                      2. Title I Budget

 2. Current 301 Goals

 3. Title I Budget

 4. Technology Plan




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