"WESTERN QUEBEC SCHOOL BOARD"
WESTERN QUEBEC SCHOOL BOARD Secondary School Success Plan 2004-2007 School Name: Building Code: Cycles Offered/Programme: Address: Administration: FTE Teaching Staff: FTE Tel./Fax/E-mail: Professional Staff: FTE Principal: Support Staff: Technicians/Aides ______ FTE Custodial ______ Secretarial ______ FTE Vice-Principal/Staff Asst.: Enrolment on Sept. 30/04: % Special Needs Pupils: School Success Team Planning Members Included in this Plan Name Function 1. Mission Statement, pg ___ 1. 2. Educational Project (Diagnosis and Orientation), pg ___ 2. 3. Success Plan Priorities (Actions, Objections. Indicators, Targets, 3. Strategies), pg ___ 4. 4. School Based Professional Development Activities, pg ___ 5. 5. Appendices A-F, pg ___ 6. 7. __________ / __________ / __________ _______________________________ ______________________________ Governing Board Approval Governing Board Chair Principal C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 1 Last Update: January 13, 2005 Western Quebec School Board Vision Statement The Western Quebec School Board, which covers a vast and diverse area, is an English school system dedicated to developing life-long learners who contribute to society and are prepared for the future. We are committed to academic excellence, quality education and social, emotional and moral development. We respect and promote the rights and responsibilities of the individual while maintaining student-centered learning in a safe and healthy environment. We value our parents and communities as partners involved in working collaboratively with us to enrich our programmes and achieve our goals. Our School Mission Statement Include in this section, under separate headings, any other related statements such as School Vision or Motto. If these statements require an additional page, be sure to start the Educational Project on a separate page. C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 2 Last Update: January 13, 2005 EDUCATIONAL PROJECT The Educational Project is an integral part of the School Success Plan. The Orientations of the Educational Project must ‘drive’ the Priorities and Actions of the SS Plan. DIAGNOSIS: ( Your diagnosis is a necessary requirement in the establishment of your Orientation(s) for the life of this plan.) A. CommunityInclude here a comment on the Socio-Economic Index found in Appendix A-how it compares to others in a similar socio- economic ‘milieu’ as well as the province-remember that the higher the number the greater the challenge for your school. Other factors would be the dispersement of your community (ie over a large/confined territory), its cultural/linguistic composition, employment levels, municipal recreational and cultural services, etc. B. School Profile Use Appendix A to comment on Enrolment trends and how they impact on your ability to provide adequate and varied programming,the % of students whose mother tongue is English, the make-up of your staff and teacher-pupil ratios.A significant statistic is your % of Special Needs students found on your front page. Other factors that influence your ability to meet the needs of your population include Parent Participation on GB’s and at parent-teacher interviews, and the state/size of your physical plant and its potential to support your planning. How your school is organized( ie scheduled) impacts significantly on your ability to implemnt the QEP and provide for enrichment and special programmes. Recall that the MEQs primary Success Indicators for Secondary Schools are based on the schools ability to C. Student Achievement QUALIFY students in a timely fashion.The road to this goal involves several factors that are included in your Achievement Results that may be found in Appendices B,C, and D for most secondary schools—commenting on your successes and areas for improvement will help in defining your Orientations. Local stats are also important-attendance rates and participation rates in extra-curricular activities are valid indicators of achievement C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 3 Last Update: January 13, 2005 ORIENTATION(S): On the basis of the diagnosis, the general direction in which the school/centre intends to move It is now time to use your Diagnosis of Community,School, and Achievement factors to assist your team to develop Orientations that will optimize your efforts to Instruct, Socialize, and Qualify your student population. Examples of headings under which you might briefly outline your Orientation(s) could include: - Decrease absenteeism - Increase overall success on MEQ/ Board examinations - Increase extracurricular programming - Reduce differentials between boys and girls results - Implement alternative programmes - Improve Mathematics results - Increase parent participation - Reduce verbal or physical abuse In choosing an Orientation(s) for your school it is important that it/they are realistic and there is maximum buy-in from all segments of your school . To that end the SS Plan should be a permanent item on GB, School Council, and Staff Meeting agendas. C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 4 Last Update: January 13, 2005 SCHOOL SUCCESS PLAN PRIORITIES A. PRIORITIES: Established from the Orientations developed by the Education Project and which include: ACTIONS: Specific issues related to the Orientations OBJECTIVES: The measurable results that must be achieved within a stated time frame INDICATORS: The measures and tools to be used to achieve the Objectives TARGETS: Based on the Indicators for the current school year STRATEGIES: Those methods required to implement the priority actions B. SCHOOL BASED PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES (to address Priorities) and ??? Appendix A – School Profile Appendix B – School Success – Achievement Profile Appendix C – June Uniform Exam Results and Results for Other Indicators Appendix D – Overall Results on the Uniform Ministry Examinations – English Sector Appendix E – School Success – Achievement Targets Appendix F – Targets for June Uniform Ministry Examinations – English Sector C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 5 Last Update: January 13, 2005 SCHOOL ANNUAL SUCCESS PLAN PRIORITIES (2004-2007) Priority #1: (Description)A Prioity is a measurable component of your Ed. Project ORIENTATION. An example might be: ( Parent participation In School Life) Actions Objective Indicators/Measures Strategies Benchmark (if any):Last years data A fixed and published sched. Increased parent attendence Increase the % of parents for Cycle 1 Year 1 or all years Of interview times and dates. at Report Interviews who attend all P-T interview Follow-up confirmation phone calls by teaching staff seesions Target:A measurable increase Provision for special circumstances. ie times /venues Include a Career Night presentation before/after Benchmark (if any): Target: Benchmark (if any): Target: Benchmark (if any): Target: Benchmark (if any): Target: C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 6 Last Update: January 13, 2005 Benchmark (if any): Target: Note: Additional blocks can be added as needed C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 7 Last Update: January 13, 2005 Priority #2: (Description) Actions Objective Indicators/Measures Strategies Benchmark (if any): Target: Benchmark (if any): Target: Benchmark (if any): Target: Benchmark (if any): Target: Benchmark (if any): Target: Benchmark (if any): Target: Note: Additional blocks can be added as needed C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 8 Last Update: January 13, 2005 School Based Professional Development Activities Priorities Title & Brief Description: Comment, Rationale, Explanation: Resources or Supports Required Priority #1 1. 2. 3. Priority #2 4. 5. 6. (Other) 7. 8. 9. Other notes that assist in understanding this Success Plan: Use additional pages where necessary C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 9 Last Update: January 13, 2005 APPENDIX A SCHOOL PROFILE School Name: Code: Address: Tel: Fax: E-mail: Principal: Western Quebec School Board Director General: Mike Dawson DR 07,0 de l'Outaouais Telephone: (819)772-3382 Levels taught in the school: Actif: Agir: Mixte: Students Indicateurs nationaux 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 Secondary 1 Élèves Milieu Élèves Milieu Élèves Milieu Élèves Milieu Secondary 2 N % % N % % N % % N % % Secondary 3 Age à l'entrée au secondaire Secondary 4 Cycle 1: sorties sans diplôme Secondary 5 Cycle 2: sorties sans diplôme Total presence in school Sec V: sorties avec diplôme Ensemble sorties avec diplôme ou qualif. General Secondary Réussite ensemble des épreuves Prof. exploration 50h or less Réussite épreuve langue d'enseig. (français) Prof. exploration above 50h Réussite épreuve langue d'enseig. (anglais) Sprot-études Source: MEQ DRSI, Système Agir Arts-études Linguistique Enrichment Science Enrichment PERSONNELS (2003-2004) Contexte socio-économique 2003-2004 Comupter Enrichment Personnel d'encadrement (en ETC) Indice mère sans diplome École Milieu Rang Décile Quebec Enrichissement Multivolets Personnel enseignant (en ETC) et parents inactifs Alternative project Taux d'enseignants (âge >52 ans) International Program Taux de jeunes enseignants (<3 ans expé.) Taux de nouveus enseignants Taux d'enseignants avec qualifications Boys registered Ratio maître-élève Born in Quebec Ratio direction-élèves English at home ISPJ et CFER n.d.: donnée non disponible EHDAA intégrés .. : donnée non affichée EHDAA non intégrés Student attendance Number of students per teacher (2003-2004) C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 10 Last Update: January 13, 2005 APPENDIX B School Success – Achievement Profile School Enrollment 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 Total Number of Students Socio Socio Socio Socio Comparison Groups School Econ. W.Q Prov School Econ. W.Q Prov School Econ. W.Q Prov School Econ. W.Q Prov AGE OF STUDENTS ENTERING SECONDARY ONE Number of Students enrolled in Secondary One for the first time Percentage of students. ≤ 12 yr. SCHOOL LEAVERS (WITHOUT QUALIFICATIONS) BY CYCLE Cycle One (Secondary 1and 2) Number of students enrolled Percentage of school leavers without a diploma or qualifications Cycle Two (Secondary 3,4,5) Number of students enrolled Percentage of schools leavers without a diploma or qualifications SECONDARY FIVE SCHOOL LEAVERS (WITH DIPLOMA) Number of students in Secondary 5 Percentage of Secondary 5 students who earn a diploma recognized by MEQ (SSD, AVS, AVE, DVS) ALL SCHOOL LEAVERS (WITH A DIPLOMA OR QUALIFICATION) Total number of students Percentage of school leavers with a diploma or qualifications PASS RATES ON MEQ UNIFORM EXAMS ALL MINISTRY EXAMS Total number of exams written Percentage of exams passed French Mother Tongue Exams Total number of exams written Percentage of exams passed Language of Instruction (English) Exams Total number of exams written Percentage of exams passed INTEGRATION OF SPECIAL NEEDS STUDENTS INTO REGULAR CLASSES Percentage of students integrated - - - - - - - - C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 11 Last Update: January 13, 2005 APPENDIX C JUNE UNIFORM EXAM RESULTS Math 116 Math 216 Math 314 English L.A. 216 F.S.L. 216 Year Average Success Average Success Average Success Average Success Average Success Mark Rate Mark Rate Mark Rate Mark Rate Mark Rate 2000-2001 2001-2002 2002-2003 2003-2004 RESULTS FOR OTHER INDICATORS (OPTIONAL) Attendance Suspensions from School Referrals to Reflection Room Year Sec. 1 Sec. 2 Sec. 3 Sec. 4 Sec. 5 Sec. 1 Sec. 2 Sec. 3 Sec. 4 Sec. 5 Sec. 1 Sec. 2 Sec. 3 Sec. 4 Sec. 5 2002-2003 2003-2004 2004-2005 2005-2006 C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 12 Last Update: January 13, 2005 APPENDIX D OVERALL RESULTS ON THE UNIFORM MINISTRY EXAMINATIONS – ENGLISH SECTOR Number of Average Mark (%) Success Rate (%) Success Rate Ranking Year Number of Students Variance2 Exams Written All Exams All Exams All Exams1 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 MEQ EXAMINATION RESULTS Success Rate Subjects June 2000 June 2001 June 2002 June 2003 June 2004 School Board Prov. School Board Prov. School Board Prov. School Board Prov. School Board Prov. History 585-414 Mathematics 416 Mathematics 426 Mathematics 436 Mathematics 514 Mathematics 536 Physical Sc. 416 Physical Sc. 436 English 516 French 594 1 Ranking based on the number of English Public Schools throughout Quebec N/C - No Candidates 2 Variance Based on % Success Rate obtained by all English Public Schools (Quebec) N/A - Not Applicable C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 13 Last Update: January 13, 2005 APPENDIX E SCHOOL SUCCESS – ACHIEVEMENT TARGETS School Leavers Without (W/O) Qualifications or Diploma Sec. 1 Sec. 2 Sec. 3 Sec. 4 Sec. 5 All Leavers Year % W/O % With W/O % % % % Qual. Dipl. Dipl. 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 TARGETS FOR JUNE EXAMS Math 116 Math 216 Math 314 English L.A. 216 F.S.L. 216 Year Average Success Average Success Average Success Average Success Average Success Mark Rate Mark Rate Mark Rate Mark Rate Mark Rate 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 TARGETS FOR OTHER INDICATORS (Optional) Attendance Suspensions from School Referrals to Reflection Room Year Sec. 1 Sec. 2 Sec. 3 Sec. 4 Sec. 5 Sec. 1 Sec. 2 Sec. 3 Sec. 4 Sec. 5 Sec. 1 Sec. 2 Sec. 3 Sec. 4 Sec. 5 2004-2005 2005-2006 2006-2007 C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 14 Last Update: January 13, 2005 APPENDIX F TARGETS FOR JUNE UNIFORM MINISTRY EXAMINATIONS - ENGLISH SECTOR Average Mark (%) Success Rate (%) Success Rate Ranking Year Variance4 All Exams All Exams All Exams3 2005 2006 2007 MEQ EXAMINATION RESULT TARGETS Success Rate Subjects June 2003 June 2004 June 2005 June 2006 June 2007 School School School School School History 585-414 Mathematics 416 Mathematics 426 Mathematics 436 Mathematics 514 Mathematics 536 Physical Sc. 416 Physical Sc. 436 English 516 French 594 Chemistry 534 3 Ranking based on the number of English Public Schools throughout Quebec 4 Variance Based on % Success Rate obtained by all English Public Schools (Quebec) C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\75b9a246-5264-4ffb-b5c2-4b9b65a8747a.doc 15 Last Update: January 13, 2005