Class Profile (FAS)
STEP BY STEP
THIS FAS TOOL
Roadmap to Excellence
(Performance and Process)
District Improvement Action Plan
Fresno Unified School District Goals
Board Core Beliefs and Commitments
2008-2013 District Goals
1. All students will excel in reading, writing and
2. All students will engage in arts, activities, and
3. All students will demonstrate the character and
competencies for workplace success
4. All students will stay in school on target to
Before you go any farther with this Tutorial, please begin
the process of obtaining your AIS (Assessment Information
Log on to www.fresnounified.org.
Click on “Departments”.
Click on “Research, Evaluation and Assessment”.
Click on “AIS Website”.
Click on “Help me Login/Apply”.
It will take a few days to receive your password. You will
then have access to information which will be useful in
completing the Class Profile (FAS) document.
Before you can plan a lesson, it is imperative that you
assess the needs of the students in the classroom.
The Class Profile (FAS) document is a tool designed
to organize student information relevant to their
Begin at the beginning…
Begin by carefully completing the information at the
top of the Class Profile (FAS) document.
Complete each blank:
Name, Mentor (BTSA Support Provider), Date, Grade
Level/Subject Area, School, and California Induction Program
Standard. If unsure of the Standard, ask your Support Provider.
Each time you begin an Inquiry Cycle you will need
to complete a new Class Profile (FAS) document,
focusing on data relevant to that specific Standard..
Classroom Management strategies
SIOP (Sheltered Instruction Observation
Differentiated Instruction Strategies
Positive Behavior Support Strategies
Look at the Class Profile (FAS) document and notice
the categories in the shaded area.
What if one or more of these categories are irrelevant
to your instruction? (Ex: Secondary teachers will not
need the retained category or SDC teachers may not
need the Special Populations category since all SDC
students are considered Special Populations, etc.)
More relevant categories might include CST
Language Arts or Math Scores, CELDT Scores, GPA,
Learning Styles, etc.
Want to change a category?
These titled cells are “protected” but can become
“unprotected” if you would like to change a category.
Highlight the cell you want to “unprotect”. Click on
“Review” on the Menu Bar.
Next, click on “Unprotect Sheet” and then use the text
window to delete the current category title and type in
the new category title.
Reverse the process and return the document status to
“Protect Sheet” when categories are altered.
Fill in the Data!
List the names of your students by placing their last
name in the first column and their first name in the
Using information from AIS, PowerSchool /
PowerGrade or computer generated roll sheets,
enter data in the various categories.
Use the last column to list additional relevant
information or any other information that will help
you assess the learning needs of your students.
Each time you begin an Inquiry Cycle you will select
4 focus students .
EL Student (designated EL)
Special Pop Low Student (RSP, SDC, at-risk…)
Special Pop High Student (GATE, accelerated…)
Baseline Student (average, basic…)
These 4 focus students can remain the same all year
or change with each Inquiry Cycle.
Highlight and label your 4 focus students on this
Save your completed document to your BTSA Folder.
Email a copy to your Support Provider
If you would like to include additional data, refer to
the BTSA tutorial on “Build a Table” (link) and then
attach the AIS Table to the Class Profile (FAS)
document. Place these artifacts in your portfolio.