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					                                                  Meeker Middle School
                                                 School Improvement Plan
                                                         2011-2012


                           “Successfully Prepare All Students for Their Future”

Overview:
Meeker Middle School
Home of the "Pioneers"
12600 SE 192nd St
Renton, WA 98058
(253)373-7284

Principal: Jeff Pelzel
Assistant Principal: Angela Grutko

Avg. Class Size: 27

All Meeker teachers are Highly Qualified in the areas they teach.

Neighborhood High School: Kentridge and Kent-Meridian

Building Budget: $37,452

Building Condition: Built in early 70's

Volunteer Opportunities: PTSA, Leadership, C-21 Program

Special Offerings: ELL and Special Education Classes, including School Adjustment

Before-and-after school programs: Kent Parks and Recreation, Century 21 After-School Program, National Junior
Honor Society, Meeker Responder’s, Knitting Club, Drama Club, Annual, Snow Sports Club, and Leadership
Mission Statement:
The Meeker Middle School community seeks to provide a variety of experiences,
activities, and opportunities with the goal of integrating the academic, social,
emotional and cultural aspects of the students' education.


BEHAVIORS WE WILL EXHIBIT TO MAKE A PERSONAL
CONTRIBUTION TO THE SUCCESS OF OUR SCHOOL
     Stay positive
     Recognize that learning is a priority and teaching is the means to
      get there
     Put yourself into the lens of the student learner
     Continue believing in the students
COMMITMENTS WE MAKE TO EACH OTHER
     Build relationships with students
     Follow through with implementation of ideas
     Communicate emotional and social development of student not
      just academic development

COMMITMENTS WE MAKE TO EVERY STUDENT IN OUR SCHOOL
       Make instruction interesting and relate it to their world
       Believe in our students
       Adapt if something is not working
       Encourage participation from all students

Leadership/Planning Team Members:
Lori Moe- Classified                            Don Forney-Social Studies
Rebecca Rabbitt- IA                             David Chesley-Math
Yolanda Speaks (Parent)                        Mike Simpers-Health & Fitness
Aleta Matteson – ELL                           Mike Simpers-Health & Fitness
Mary Personette- English                        Dennis Dague-Science
Carol Brewster-Electives/Music                 Dekker O’Farrell- 8th Student
Matt Cummings-SE                               Jestine Huliganga- 8th Student
Champagne Ryder- 7th Student                   Simrit Sandhu - 7th Student




Selected Data:
2010-2011 AYP Data, School Climate Data
Testing Data/Statistics:
2010-11 MSP results, DRP results (Spring 2011 and Fall2011), 6th Grade Orleans-
Hanna results, 7th grade Math Skills Inventory results

Teacher Information:
34 Certificated Teachers
2 Counselors
1 Librarian
All Certificated Staff are Highly Qualified.
ACTION PLAN
  Goal Area: Achievement Gap

  Smart Goal: Each AYP subgroup at Meeker will increase the percentage of students meeting
  standard by at least 10% on the 2012 MSP.

  Strategy: Focused Tiered Intervention Model

  Rationale: Failed to meet AYP in Math for Black, ELL, Low Income and SE students, as well as Reading
  in all AYP cells except for ELL.

     7th                                             Level   Level   Level   Level    Met Std
    Grade            Ethnic Group          Tested      1       2       3       4        %
   Reading                                    308       55     103      82      68       48.7
   Reading     African-American/Black          45       15      15      10       5       33.3
               American Indian/Alaskan
   Reading     Native                            5       1       2      1        1         40
   Reading     Asian                            73      12      17     23       21        60.3
               Hispanic or Latino of any
   Reading     race(s)                          49      11      22     11        5        32.7
               Native Hawaiian/Other
   Reading     Pacific Islander                 8        2       3      2        1        37.5
   Reading     Two or More Races               23        3      12      3        5        34.8
   Reading     White                          105       11      32     32       30         59
   Writing                                    310       36      48    149       75        72.3
   Writing     African-American/Black          45       10      10     20        4        53.3
               American Indian/Alaskan
   Writing     Native                            5       2       0      2        1         60
   Writing     Asian                            75       6       7     33       29        82.7
               Hispanic or Latino of any
   Writing     race(s)                          49       7      13     22        7        59.2
               Native Hawaiian/Other
   Writing     Pacific Islander                 8        0       2      4        2         75
   Writing     Two or More Races               23        3       2     13        5        78.3
   Writing     White                          105        8      14     55       27        78.1
   Math                                       310       86      50    119       55        56.1
   Math        African-American/Black          45       23       7     13        2        33.3
               American Indian/Alaskan
   Math        Native                            5       2       1      1        1          40
   Math        Asian                            75      14       7     38       16          72
               Hispanic or Latino of any
   Math        race(s)                          49      21      10     15        3        36.7
               Native Hawaiian/Other
   Math        Pacific Islander                  8       2       3       2       1        37.5
   Math        Two or More Races                23       6       6       6       5        47.8
    Math          White                              105          18        16        44         27        67.6

      8th                                              Teste      Level     Level     Level      Level     Met Std
     Grade                   Ethnic Group                d          1         2         3          4         %
    Reading                                              318         38        77        75        128         63.8
    Reading African-American/Black                        68         12        26        14          16        44.1
    Reading American Indian/Alaskan Native                 3          0         2         1           0        33.3
    Reading Asian                                         73          7         9        18          39        78.1
    Reading Hispanic or Latino of any race(s)             49         10        13        10          16        53.1
            Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific
    Reading Islander                                          6         0         1         2          3          83.3
    Reading Two or More Races                                16         1         5         3          7          62.5
    Reading White                                           103         8        21        27         47          71.8
    Math                                                    317        76        90        66         85          47.6
    Math    African-American/Black                           67        25        29        11          2          19.4
    Math    American Indian/Alaskan Native                    3         2         0         0          1          33.3
    Math    Asian                                            72        10        21        14         27          56.9
    Math    Hispanic or Latino of any race(s)                49        23         5         9         12          42.9
            Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific
    Math    Islander                                          6         0         3         1          2           50
    Math    Two or More Races                                16         3         6         3          4          43.8
    Math    White                                           104        13        26        28         37          62.5
    Science                                                 318        48        98        98         74          54.1
    Science African-American/Black                           67        20        28        16          3          28.4
    Science American Indian/Alaskan Native                    3         0         2         1          0          33.3
    Science Asian                                            73         7        18        27         21          65.8
    Science Hispanic or Latino of any race(s)                49         9        18        10         12          44.9
            Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific
    Science Islander                                          6         0         2         2          2          66.7
    Science Two or More Races                                16         1         8         4          3          43.8
    Science White                                           104        11        22        38         33          68.3

Activities/Task                Professional Dev.             Timeline                           Amount/Funding
Implementation of Math 7              All staff trained     August 22
(CPM Book 1 & 2) and                   during summer
ALEKS as Tier 3                        trainings with on-
Intervention                           going
                                       professional
Implementation of Intro-               development
Algebra blocks as a Tier 2             throughout the
and Tier 3 resource                    year by DST.
                                      Professional          September 2011-June
                                       Learning              2012
                                       Communities and
                                       Learning Teams
Who is responsible?         Monitoring Indicators
Matt Cummings               School City and Teacher created Formative Assessment Data
Val Casler                  School City and Teacher created Summative Assessment Data
David Chesley
Cam Bailey
Al Pizzalato
Bob Mattson
Evidence of Impact
Students will demonstrate growth based upon the initial pre-assessment baseline data to the post assessment
data.

Activities/Task             Professional Dev.           Timeline                     Amount/Funding
Creation of Language! LT           Language!           August 2011-June 2012
group and continued                 Learning Team
implementation of                   Training and on-
Language! as Tier 3                 going PD
Intervention
Who is responsible?         Monitoring Indicators
Carmel Lampson              DRP Scores
Karilyn Gross               Content Mastery Language! Formative Assessment Data
Stephanie Slaughter         Language! Summative Assessment Data
Aleta Matteson

Evidence of Impact
Students will demonstrate at least 2 years growth on their Lexile reading scores by the end of the 2012 school
year.



Activities/Task             Professional Dev.           Timeline                     Amount/Funding
Re-assess the placement     None                        August 2011-September        LAP Funds
of students in all Tier 3                               2011                         $ 94,000
classes , Tier 2 Reading
                     th
Essentials (45-50 7 grade
students) and Tier 2 Pre-
Algebra Math Essentials
(20-25 students) and Tier
2/3 Intro-Algebra
Essentials (100 students)
classes
Who is responsible?         Monitoring Indicators
Judy Rohm                   DRP Scores, MSP Scores, OH scores, Language! screening results
Brenda Bottorff
Administration
Evidence of Impact
Students will demonstrate growth based upon the initial pre-assessment baseline data to the post assessment
data. Reduce the number of students enrolled in Tier 2 courses at the semester.
Activities/Task               Professional Dev.            Timeline                    Amount/Funding
Identify and engage Tier 2    Hire teachers to teach in    10/3/2011 -                 $5000 curriculum budget
and Tier 3 students in the    the after-school support     5/31/2012                   (Grant)
C-21 after school program     program. Provide a
in the areas of Reading       personal invite to the
and Math.                     targeted students and
                              parents from each
                              teacher.
Who is responsible?           Monitoring Indicators
Teachers, parents,            Degrees of Reading Power (DRP) will be used to assess progress in Reading. Quarterly
students, and                 formative School City Assessment data will be used to track progress in Math. Both
administration                assessments will be track based upon Fall to Spring data. Fall to spring MSI scores.
Evidence of Impact
Teachers in the C-21 Program will track academic progress each quarter and meet with administration to discuss
challenges. C-21 students will pass all of their classes each quarter.

Activities/Task               Professional Dev.            Timeline                    Amount/Funding
            th                            th
Meet with 8 grade             Meet with 8 grade Tier 2     2/1/2012-                   N/A
English and Math teachers     and Tier 3 Reading and       2/28/2012
in the Spring of 2012 to      Math teachers to review
review student data and       student data and
progress to determine the     progress.
appropriate Tier 2 and Tier
3 placement for students
transitioning to the High
School in the areas of
Reading
and Math .
Who is responsible?           Monitoring Indicators
Teachers and                  Degrees of Reading Power (DRP) will be used to assess progress in Reading. Quarterly
Administration                formative School City Assessment data will be used to track progress in Math and
                              Reading. Assessments will be track based upon Fall to Spring data. Language! and
                              Ramp Up progress monitoring tools used.
Evidence of Impact
                                                                      th
Students will be identified and placed appropriately going into their 9 grade year.

Activities/Task               Professional Dev.            Timeline                    Amount/Funding
Building Wide Book            Building wide book study     8/29/2011-5/31/2012         7.5 hours of Principal’s
Studies:                      led by administrators.                                   Effective Ed for each
      Pyramid                Small group discussions                                  book
         Response to          and reflection share outs
         Intervention         during workshop days and
      A Differentiated       late arrival trainings.
         Classroom
Who is responsible?           Monitoring Indicators
Jeff Pelzel                   Teachers engaged in dialogue about changing practices and utilizing frequent and on-
Angela Grutko                 going formative assessment.
Meeker Certificated           Increased dialogue about tiered interventions.
Teachers                      Change in instructional practices focusing on Tier 1 support for all students.
Evidence of Impact
Increased student success in Tier 1 classes and an intentional focus on using data to drive instruction.

ACTION PLAN
    Goal Area: Literacy
    Smart Goal: By Spring 2012, the following percentages of Meeker students will meet standard on
    the MSP:
    7th reading: 82.5%
    8th reading: 82.5%
    7th writing: 82.5%
    Smart Goal: By Spring 2012, Meeker MS will have a 10% increase in the number of SE and ELL reading
                                        th     th
     students that meet standard on the 7 and 8 grade Reading MSP.
     Strategy: Focused Tiered Intervention Model and Improved Tier 1 Core Instruction

     Rationale: Over 40% of our students are below grade level in reading.

        7th                                               Level    Level   Level     Level   Met Std
       Grade             Ethnic Group           Tested      1        2       3         4       %
      Reading                                      308       55      103      82        68      48.7
      Reading      African-American/Black           45       15       15      10         5      33.3
                   American Indian/Alaskan
      Reading      Native                            5        1        2        1        1        40
      Reading      Asian                            73       12       17       23       21       60.3
                   Hispanic or Latino of any
      Reading      race(s)                          49       11       22       11        5       32.7
                   Native Hawaiian/Other
      Reading      Pacific Islander                   8       2        3         2       1       37.5
      Reading      Two or More Races                 23       3       12         3       5       34.8
      Reading      White                            105      11       32        32      30        59
      Writing                                       310      36       48       149      75       72.3
      Writing      African-American/Black            45      10       10        20       4       53.3
                   American Indian/Alaskan
      Writing      Native                            5         2       0        2        1        60
      Writing      Asian                            75         6       7       33       29       82.7
                   Hispanic or Latino of any
      Writing      race(s)                          49         7      13       22        7       59.2
                   Native Hawaiian/Other
      Writing      Pacific Islander                   8        0       2        4        2        75
      Writing      Two or More Races                 23        3       2       13        5       78.3
      Writing      White                            105        8      14       55       27       78.1

                                                              Level    Level    Level   Level    Met Std
        8th            Ethnic Group                 Tested      1        2        3       4        %
      Reading                                          318       38       77       75     128       63.8
      Reading African-American/Black                    68       12       26       14       16      44.1
      Reading American Indian/Alaskan                    3        0        2        1        0      33.3
                   Native
       Reading Asian                                        73        7        9    18       39         78.1
               Hispanic or Latino of any
       Reading race(s)                                      49       10       13    10       16         53.1
               Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific
       Reading Islander                                      6        0        1     2        3         83.3
       Reading Two or More Races                            16        1        5     3        7         62.5
       Reading White                                       103        8       21    27       47         71.8




Activities/Task               Professional Dev.           Timeline                  Amount/Funding
ALL MK staff will design      SIOP training Modules       October 2011-May          Principal’s Effective
activities that integrate     6,7,and 8                   2012                      Education Hours (5
different language skills                                                           hours)
and discuss characteristics
of effective SIOP lesson
delivery.
Who is responsible?       Monitoring Indicators
 Jeff Pelzel              SIOP strategies being implemented during Classroom Observations
Angela Grutko             Word Walls established in classrooms
Meeker Certificated
Staff
Evidence of Impact
Increased student success in core academic classes.

Activities/Task               Professional Dev.           Timeline                  Amount/Funding
Verify and place students     None                        August 2011-September     LAP Funds
into Tier 2 Reading                                       2011                      $ 25,000
                   th
Essentials (45-50 7 grade
students)
Who is responsible?           Monitoring Indicators
Judy Rohm                     DRP Scores, MSP Scores, Language! screening results
Brenda Bottorff
Evidence of Impact
Students will demonstrate growth based upon the initial pre-assessment baseline data to the post assessment
data.

Activities/Task               Professional Dev.        Timeline                     Amount/Funding
Continue implementing         Facilitator Training in  August 2011-June 2012        District Funded
Learning Team Cycle in        August. Weekly
Language Arts and start       Learning Team
new Language! LT              meetings each
group                         Tuesday’s 7:35-8:20 and
                              monthly ILT meetings.
Who is responsible?           Monitoring Indicators
Susan Mudroch                 Learning Team Cycle Planning Notebook
Carmel Lampson              Learning Team Meeting Minutes
Jeff Pelzel                 Formative Assessment Results
                            Use of learning team process to analyze results of common lesson
Evidence of Impact
Improved Core Instruction and increased collaboration amongst LA and SE teachers.

Activities/Task          Professional Dev.         Timeline                Amount/Funding
Revisit the Power        Weekly PLC Team           August 2011-June 2012 N/A
Standards for reading    meetings each Thursday
and writing as related   7:35-8:20
to the National/Core
standards
Who is responsible?      Monitoring Indicators
Cindy Higgins & English Power Standards identified, implemented, and assessed at 7th and 8th grade in
Department               reading and writing
Evidence of Impact
Improved Core Instruction and increased collaboration amongst LA teachers. Improved DRP and MSP
scores.

Activities/Task             Professional Dev.           Timeline                    Amount/Funding
Development and             Weekly PLC Team             August 2011-June 2012       Principal Effective
implementation of           meetings each Thursday                                  Education Hours (8
common formative and        7:35-8:20 and training                                  hours)
summative assessments       on School City.

Who is responsible?      Monitoring Indicators
English Department       Teachers dialoguing about common assessment results at 7th and 8th grade in
District Assessment      reading and writing
Evidence of Impact
Improved Core Instruction and increased collaboration amongst LA teachers. Improved DRP and MSP
scores. Common pacing and curricular mapping will be in place at each grade level.

ACTION PLAN
    Goal Area: Mathematics
    Smart Goal: By Spring 2012, Meeker MS will have at least a 10% increase in the number of black, SE, ELL,
     and low income students meeting or exceeding standard on the MSP.
     Smart Goal: By Spring 2012, Meeker MS will have at least 65% of all students meet standard on the 7th and
      th
     8 grade Math MSP.
     Strategy: Continue the implementation of Learning Teams, Professional Learning Communities,
     and Tiered Interventions.
    Rationale: Failed to meet AYP in Math for Black, ELL, Low Income and SE students. In tracking
    students from 7th to 8th grade we saw a 5.8% decrease in the number of students meeting standard
    as a cohort.

        7th                                           Level     Level     Level      Level    Met Std
       Grade          Ethnic Group          Tested      1         2         3          4        %
      Math                                     310       86        50       119         55       56.1
      Math      African-American/Black          45       23         7        13          2       33.3
                American Indian/Alaskan
      Math      Native                           5          2         1         1         1         40
      Math      Asian                           75         14         7        38        16         72
                Hispanic or Latino of any
      Math      race(s)                         49         21        10        15         3        36.7
                Native Hawaiian/Other
      Math      Pacific Islander                 8          2         3         2         1        37.5
      Math      Two or More Races               23          6         6         6         5        47.8
      Math      White                          105         18        16        44        27        67.6

                                                           Level     Level     Level     Level     Met Std
       8th              Ethnic Group            Tested       1         2         3         4         %
      Math                                         317        76        90        66         85       47.6
      Math     African-American/Black               67        25        29        11          2       19.4
               American Indian/Alaskan
      Math     Native                                 3          2         0         0         1          33.3
      Math     Asian                                 72         10        21        14        27          56.9
               Hispanic or Latino of any
      Math     race(s)                               49         23         5         9        12          42.9
               Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific
      Math     Islander                                6         0         3         1         2           50
      Math     Two or More Races                      16         3         6         3         4          43.8
      Math     White                                 104        13        26        28        37          62.5




Activities/Task             Professional Dev.       Timeline                 Amount/Funding
Implementation of new Weekly PLC Team               August 2011-June 2012
curricular resources in     meetings each Thursday
Intro to Algebra,           7:35-8:20
Algebra, and Geometry
Who is responsible?         Monitoring Indicators
Math Department             Common pacing and collaboration during PLC meetings.
Evidence of Impact
Improved Core Instruction and increased collaboration amongst Math teachers. Common pacing will
take place in each course. Improved MSP scores.
Activities/Task              Professional Dev.          Timeline              Amount/Funding
Develop and implement        Weekly PLC Team            August 2011-June 2012 Principal Effective
common formative and         meetings each Thursday                           Education Hours (8
summative assessments        7:35-8:20 and training                           hours)
                             on School City.
Who is responsible?          Monitoring Indicators
Math Department              Teachers dialoguing about common assessment results at 7th and 8th grade in
District Assessment          all levels of mathematics during PLC meetings.
Evidence of Impact
Improved Core Instruction and increased collaboration amongst Math teachers. Improved MSP scores.
Common pacing will take place in each course.

Activities/Task              Professional Dev.         Timeline                    Amount/Funding
Continue to implement        Facilitator Training in   August 2011-June 2012 District Funded
Learning Team Cycle          August. Weekly
                             Learning Team
                             meetings each Tuesday
                             7:35-8:20 and monthly
                             ILT meetings.
Who is responsible?          Monitoring Indicators
Bob Mattson                  Learning Team Cycle Planning Notebook
Jeff Pelzel                  Learning Team Meeting Minutes
                             Formative Assessment Results
                             Use of learning team process to analyze results of common lesson
Evidence of Impact
Improved Core Instruction and increased collaboration amongst Math teachers.

Activities/Task              Professional Dev.           Timeline                 Amount/Funding
Re-assess the placement      None                        August 2011-September    LAP Funds
of students in Tier 2 Pre-                               2011                     $ 50,000
Algebra Math Essential
(20-25 students) and
Intro-Algebra Essentials
(100 students) classes
Who is responsible?          Monitoring Indicators
Judy Rohm                    Basic Skills Assessment, MSP Scores, OH scores
Brenda Bottorff
Math Department
Evidence of Impact
Students will demonstrate growth based upon the initial pre-assessment baseline data to the post assessment
data. Reduce the number of students enrolled in Tier 2 courses at the semester.
ACTION PLAN –
    Goal Area: Science
    Smart Goal: By Spring 2012, Meeker MS will have at least 65% of all students meet standard on the 8th
     grade Science MSP.
     Smart Goal: By Spring 2012, Meeker MS will have at least 25% of all SE and ELL students meet standard on
          th
     the 8 grade Science MSP.
     Strategy: Implementation of Learning Teams and Professional Learning Communities
     Rationale: 12.5% of SE students and 18.1 % of ELL students met standard on the 2010-2011 MSP

                                                               Level    Level   Level    Level     Met Std
         8th               Ethnic Group              Tested      1        2       3        4         %
       Science                                          318       48       98      98        74       54.1
       Science    African-American/Black                 67       20       28      16         3       28.4
                  American Indian/Alaskan
       Science    Native                                   3        0       2       1         0        33.3
       Science    Asian                                   73        7      18      27        21        65.8
                  Hispanic or Latino of any
       Science    race(s)                                 49        9      18      10        12        44.9
                  Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific
       Science    Islander                                6         0       2       2         2        66.7
       Science    Two or More Races                      16         1       8       4         3        43.8
       Science    White                                 104        11      22      38        33        68.3

Activities/Task             Professional Dev.           Timeline                    Amount/Funding
Identify and Implement      Weekly PLC Team             August 2011-June 2012       None
the Power Standards for     meetings each Thursday
Science                     7:35-8:20

Who is responsible?       Monitoring Indicators
Science Department        Power Standards identified and implemented at 7th and 8th grade in Science.
Evidence of Impact
Improved Core Instruction and increased collaboration amongst Science teachers. Improved MSP scores.

Activities/Task             Professional Dev.         Timeline                    Amount/Funding
Continue to Implement       Facilitator Training in   August 2011-June 2012 District Funded
Learning Team Cycle         August. Weekly
                            Learning Team
                            meetings each Tuesday
                            7:35-8:20 and monthly
                            ILT meetings.
Who is responsible?         Monitoring Indicators
Kevin Treloar               Learning Team Cycle Planning Notebook
Jeff Pelzel                 Learning Team Meeting Minutes
                            Formative Assessment Results
                            Use of learning team process to analyze results of common lesson
Evidence of Impact
Improved Core Instruction and increased collaboration amongst Science teachers.

Activities/Task              Professional Dev.            Timeline                     Amount/Funding
Review the work on the       Weekly PLC Team              August 2011-June 2012        Principal Effective
development of               meetings each Thursday                                    Education Hours (8
common formative and         7:35-8:20 and training                                    hours)
summative assessments        on School City.

Who is responsible?     Monitoring Indicators
Pat Owliaei and Science Teachers dialoguing about common assessment results at 7th and 8th grade in
Department              all levels of mathematics during PLC meetings.

Evidence of Impact
Improved Core Instruction and increased collaboration amongst Science teachers. Improved MSP scores.
Common pacing will take place in each course.

ACTION PLAN –
                  Goal Area: Safe Schools

                  Smart Goal: By Spring 2012, after the third year of the implementation of the Second Step
                  Curriculum, Meeker will decrease the number of incidents of bullying and harassment by 10% as
                  measured by the Fall to Spring Student Civility Survey.
                  Strategy: Implement the Second Steps Program during Pioneer Time during 1st Semester.
                  Rationale: Poor results on the school climate survey. Only 56.2% of the students surveyed
                  report that there is an adult they can go to. Only 53.9 % reported that Meeker was a safe place
                  to learn.

Activities/Task              Professional Dev.            Timeline                     Amount/Funding
Continue to implement        August workshop              August 2011-June 2012        Final year of a $10,000
the Second Steps Program     training on Second                                        Grant from Raikes
during Pioneer Time twice    Step. On-going PD                                         Foundation
                st
a week during 1              throughout the year.
semester.
Who is responsible?         Monitoring Indicators
Counselors and Meeker Reported incidents of bullying and harassment.
Staff                       Second Step Student Civility Survey
Evidence of Impact
Decrease in the number of bullying and harassment incidents. The number of students reporting that
they like school and feel safe will increase.

ACTION PLAN – Family/Community Involvement
              Goal Area: Family Involvement

                  Smart Goal: Meeker will have 75% of our parents attend Open House and at least 60%
                  of our parents attend Parent Conferences.

                  Strategy: Create a sense of urgency for parents to attend Open House and Parent
                Conferences.

                Rationale: Last year we have had 65% of our parents attend Open House and 60%
                Parent Teacher Conferences.


Activities/Task           Professional Dev.         Timeline                     Amount/Funding
Continue to have Open     None                      September 2011               $300 for Shuttle Buses
House include our                                                                from KR. Paid for with
required Parent Laptop                                                           building funds. 3 Hours
Information Night.                                                               of Principal’s Effective
                                                                                 Ed
Who is responsible?       Monitoring Indicators
 Jeff Pelzel              Parent Sign-In Sheets
Meeker Staff
Evidence of Impact
Increased percentage of parents attending Open House and improved relations with parents.

Activities/Task           Professional Dev.        Timeline                  Amount/Funding
Create an awareness of None                        October –November         N/A
staff for the need to                              2011
Revamp Parent
Conferences by shifting
the evening session to
Monday Night.
Who is responsible?       Monitoring Indicators
 Jeff Pelzel              Parent Sign-In Sheets
Meeker Staff
Evidence of Impact
Increased percentage of parents attending Conferences and improved relations with parents.

Activities/Task           Professional Dev.       Timeline                       Amount/Funding
Continue to implement     Retrain teachers on     October –November              $795 for Career
Career Cruising and       Career Cruising Program 2011                           Cruising. Purchased
gather feedback from                                                             with building funds.
teachers on ways to
improve the Student
Success Plan
Who is responsible?       Monitoring Indicators
Counselors                Career Cruising Interest Inventories completed by students
Meeker Staff              Completed Student Success Plans with Parent Signatures

Evidence of Impact
Increased awareness of Career Pathways and students planning for their future.
                              This section is to be completed by ALL schools

                                SCHOOLWIDE PROGRAM COMPONENTS

Component #1: Comprehensive Needs Assessment
                                                                                     Task Completed
Where identified in SIP                                                 Yes             Date
   Goal Statements in Math, Literacy, Science, and Achievement
       Gap.
   Data in the rationale section of each goal area for Math, Literacy,
       Science, and Achievement Gap that supports the
       implementation of Tiered Interventions.


Component #2: Schoolwide reform strategies
                                                                                     Task Completed
Where identified in SIP                                                        Yes      Date
The school-wide reform strategies are identified under the
activities/tasks in each goal:
     Mathematics---Professional Learning Committee work on power
         standards and common formative and summative assessments /
         Learning Team work on improving instruction in the Core
         content / Century 21 grant for an after-school tutoring program
         offered 4 days per week / Use of SIOP strategies by all teachers
         in their classrooms as an intervention.
     Literacy--- Professional Learning Committee work on power
         standards and common formative and summative assessments /
         Learning Team work on improving instruction in the Core
         content / Century 21 grant for an after-school tutoring program
         offered 4 days per week / Use of SIOP strategies by all teachers
         in their classrooms as an intervention.
     Achievement Gap---Use of common Tier 3 intervention
         curriculums for mathematics and reading( ALEKS/Language !) /
         Use of common formative and summative assessments to
         evaluate student progress / Century 21 grant for an after-school
         tutoring program offered 4 days per week/ Use of SIOP
         strategies by all teachers in their classrooms as an intervention.
     Safe Schools---Alternate bell schedule 2 times per week to
         provide Second Step curriculum for the prevention of bullying
         and harassment incidents.
     Family Involvement---Focus on Open House and Parent/Teacher
         Conferences to increase the participation of our families in their
         child’s education.

Component #3: instruction by highly qualified staff
                                                                                   Task Completed
Where identified in SIP                                                      Yes      Date
Overview and Teacher Section of the SIP

Component #4: Professional development activities
                                                                                   Task Completed
Where identified in SIP                                                      Yes      Date
Professional development activities are identified in the SIP under each
goal as part of the activities
     Achievement Gap—trainings for ALEKS and Language !
        curriculums / SIOP intervention training / revisit how to identify
        and place students for tier 2 interventions(Math and Reading)
        Essentials / Hire staff for Century 21 program / Identifying
        assessment strategies to improve standardized testing for SE and
        ELL populations.
     Literacy--- SIOP intervention training / revisit how to identify and
        place students for tier 2 interventions Reading Essentials / LT
        Cycle to improve Tier 1 instruction / Identify Power Standards
        and use common and formative assessments.
     Mathematics--- SIOP intervention training / revisit how to
        identify and place students for tier 2 interventions Math
        Essentials / LT Cycle to improve Tier 1 instruction / Identify
        Power Standards and use common and formative assessments.
     Science--- SIOP intervention / LT Cycle to improve Tier 1
        instruction / Identify Power Standards and use common and
        formative assessments.

Component #5: Attract highly quality highly qualified
                                                                                   Task Completed
Where identified in SIP                                                      Yes      Date
Teacher information Section

Component #6: Strategies to increase parent involvement
                                                                                   Task Completed
Where identified in SIP                                        Yes                    Date
Family and Community Involvement: Continue with Model for Open
House and Parent-Teacher Conferences

Component #7: Transition
                                                                                   Task Completed
Where identified in SIP                                                      Yes      Date
Achievement Gap Activities

Component #8: Include teachers in assessment decisions
                                                                                   Task Completed
Where identified in SIP                                          Yes                  Date
Development of common formative and summative assessments within
Literacy, Math, and Science.
Teachers involved in placing teachers in the various Tiered Interventions.

Component #9: Strategies for additional assistance to students
experiencing difficulties
                                                                             Task Completed
Where identified in SIP                                          Yes            Date
Tiered Interventions addressed within Achievement Gap, Math, and
Literacy.
Component #10: Coordinate and integrate Federal, State and local
services
                                                                             Task Completed
Where identified in SIP                                            Yes          Date
Safe Schools- Implementation of Second Step Curriculum from Raikes
Foundation.

Literacy and Math Goals- LAP dollars used to fund Tier 2 and Tier 3
Interventions.

				
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