PLC Agenda (Grade__3__)
Be positive about ideas and the job
Materials to bring to meeting: Team work and cooperation
PLC Members: Mr. Morris, Mrs. Hackney, Mrs. Sanders, Mrs. Wardrip, Mrs. Ball, Compromise and consensus in decision making
Mrs. Beard, and Mrs. Maples Discuss in the group- say it here!
Goals/Outcomes: Actively listen to all ideas
Respect backgrounds and experiences
Tracking and supporting student performance Stay focused on topics and time limits
Implementation of Research Based Instructional Practices Follow through on topics
End meeting with next PLC’s agenda
SMART Goal: Working on it!
Topic for Discussion Estimated Minutes
Mr. Morris informed us about the new Assessment and
Accountability from KASC. It will be based on the raw score with
Novice losing ½ pt., Apprentice receiving ½ pt., Proficient
receiving 1pt., and Distinguished receiving 1 1/2 pts. It is very
important not to have novice. The maximum score will be 100.
No subjects were changed in the assessment. Changes to GAP
will be that there will only be one GAP score that will include
Disabilities, Minorities, and Free and Reduced Lunch. The
benchmark for GAP will not count into the accountability this year,
only the overall achievement score will count. Students will be
expected to move from one growth band to another. The idea is
1. Description of new Assessment and Accountability
to not have NCLB. Other changes are there will be no readers for
any state required reading assessments. Members discussed
continuing having readers throughout the year and Mr. Morris said
he asked the question at KASC and they said they would not. Mr.
Morris shared how that on the KDE website that Open House
shows test scores and Unbridled Learning shows the new
Assessment and Accountability.
Mr. Morris also gave us a packet about Learning Check Protocol
Steps. We reviewed the packet and discussed having formative
assessments for each learning target. We plan to do this at PLC’s
and it will be monitored by minutes from our meetings.
What action and evidence will result?
Create agenda for our next PLC:
1. Tier I Behavior :
Bring to the next meeting: A learning target and formative assessment for that target.
Topics for Consideration:
Tier I Behavior RTI (ROAR): Student Behavior Data Analysis:
Learning Target/Formative Assessment/Student Work Analysis
DuFour’s Questions that should guide our work?
? What do we want our students to learn?
? How will we know they have learned it?
? How will we respond when a student experiences difficulty?
? How will we respond when a student already knows it?
Expectations for Agendas and Minutes:
should be given to all team members at least a day in advance.
should include goals or expected outcomes.
should include specific topics for discussion with estimated times listed.
should include meeting norms agreed upon by team.
should use the format shown above. File is saved on the website under PLC
should be typed in the minutes column of the agenda.
should be emailed to all PLC participants within 2 days.
should be submitted to David Morris by Friday afternoon following the PLC meeting.
should be read by all PLC participants. When staff return, they should read minutes from all missed meetings.
General rule of thumb: The more detailed your minutes; the better. Remember, you will always have team members playing catch up. The
more information they have, the more in the loop the will be!
Remember these minutes will be posted. Do not use student’s name in minutes and do not discuss individual students if a non-
staff member is present during the meeting.