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									Bolsa Grande High School Combined School Plan 2011                                                                              Schoolwide Action Plan-Revised Copy

                                                                           ACTION PLAN NO. 1

GROWTH TARGET:                                                                            SUBGROUP(S) TARGETED:                  ESLR(s) ADDRESSED:
                                                                                          English Learners                  4    Academically Proficient               4
Increase the number of students who qualify and are prepared for a four-year              Socioecon. Disadvan.              4    Soc./Personally Responsible           4
university by 10% each year.                                                              Special Needs Students            4    Skilled Communicator                  4
                                                                                          African American                  4    Technologically Competent             4
                                                                                          American Indian/Alaskan           4    Critical Thinker                      4
RATIONALE:                                                                                Asian                             4    Critical Academic Need(s):
                                                                                          Filipino                          4    Decrease D-F Rate
In 2010-2011, only ____% of all graduating seniors were A-G eligible.                     Hispanic                          4    Increase A-G Rate                     4
(due to an Aeries glitch this data was unobtainable)                                      Pacific Islander                  4
                                                                                          White                             4        IMAGINE. BELIEVE. ACHIEVE.


       Action Steps to Implementing Measurable Solution(s)                           Evidence of             Timeline/     Monitoring            Funding       Monitoring
                                                                                     Completion             Target Date   Responsibility         Source        Comments
                                                                                    Transcript audits    On-going        Counselors             n/a
1.1   Ensure all students are placed in the appropriate classes (based on test      Student                              APs
      scores, teacher evaluations, and IEP’s, where applicable).                     registration forms                   Teachers
                                                                                    Aeries A-G report
      Ensure student achievement and grades in the classroom directly               EAP (English &       Fall 2011       Teachers               n/a
1.2   reflect mastery of the subject area standards.                                 CST- to grades)      On-going
         In conjunction with district grading consult, departments or courses      Benchmarks
           establish appropriate learning goals/objectives (what is to be
           measured)
         In conjunction with district grading consult, departments or courses
           establish appropriate scales or scoring guides (how to measure)

1.3   Continue and expand the teachers’ and guidance counselors’ support            Workshop             Fall 2011       Counselors             Title I
      of students filling out college and financial aide applications and            calendars                            Senior English         EIA
      personal statements.                                                          Fliers                               Teachers               (Economic
              After-school application and personal statement workshops            Sign-in sheets                                              Impact Aid)
              After-school and evening FAFSA workshops                             Student samples
              Counselor support in college center for students in need             Financial aid
              Senior English teachers (and other teachers) assist students in       awards
               writing their personal statement.
                                                                                    Course syllabi       Fall 2011       Department Chairs      Title I
1.4   Course-alike teachers will explore developing common and rigorous             District Grading                     Assistant Principals   EIA
      grading policies to establish and maintain consistency and equity.             Guidelines




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       Action Steps to Implementing Measurable Solution(s)                       Evidence of            Timeline/     Monitoring        Funding      Monitoring
                                                                                 Completion            Target Date   Responsibility     Source       Comments



                                                                                Critical thinking   Fall 2011       Teachers           Title I
1.5   Improve students’ college readiness.                                       assign.                                                EIA
         Challenge students using a rigorous curriculum that scaffolds to
                                                                                BGHS Training
          higher-level thinking.
                                                                                 Roster
        
                                                                                Thinking Maps,
                                                                                 CM




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                                                                                ACTION PLAN NO. 2
GROWTH TARGET:                                                                                   SUBGROUP(S) TARGETED:                 ESLR(s) ADDRESSED:
                                                                                                 English Learners                 4    Academically Proficient            4
Within the scope of an academically rigorous program, reduce the D-F rate                        Socioecon. Disadvan.             4    Soc./Personally Responsible
across all courses from 28.6% to 20% the first year and by 5% each                               Special Needs Students           4    Skilled Communicator
subsequent year.                                                                                 African American                 4    Technologically Competent
                                                                                                 American Indian/Alaskan          4    Critical Thinker                   4
RATIONALE:                                                                                       Asian                            4    Critical Academic Need(s):
                                                                                                 Filipino                         4    Decrease D-F Rate                  4
In 2010-2011, an average of 20.1 % of all students earned a ‘D’ or ‘F’ in core                   Hispanic                         4    Increase A-G Rate
academic courses and in various electives:
                                                                                                 Pacific Islander                 4
English 1P: 35.3%; Algebra 1: 47.2%; Spanish: 21.4%; World History: 36.8%; Biology: 34.4%        White                            4        IMAGINE. BELIEVE. ACHIEVE.


           Action Steps to Implementing Measurable Solution(s)                              Evidence of            Timeline/      Monitoring         Funding     Monitoring
                                                                                            Completion            Target Date    Responsibility      Source      Comments
2.1    Teach students self-monitoring strategies.                                          Training Logs       Fall 2011       Staff Development   Title I
          Ad hoc or professional development committee gathers together a                 Student                             Coordinator         EIA
           repertoire of strategies to disseminate to teachers.                             reflections
          Training for teachers on how to use strategies effectively.                     Lesson Plans

2.2                                                                                        Training logs       Fall 2011       Staff Development   Title I
       Teachers re-teach as necessary for students to master course                                                             Coordinator         EIA
       standards.
          Ad hoc or professional development committee explores best
           practices for re-teaching.
          Training for teachers on how to re-teach effectively using these
           models.

2.3                                                                                        Copies of           Spring 2011     Teachers            n/a
       Students use rubrics, student portal, benchmark results, and reflection              reflection pieces   On-going
       strategies to self-assess and self-regulate.                                        Portal usage #s
          Teachers train students in how to use rubrics, benchmark results,               Copies of rubrics
            and self-reflection to modify and improve progress towards
            standards mastery.
          Teachers provide feedback to students on appropriate use of
            rubrics, benchmark results, and self-reflection.




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          Action Steps to Implementing Measurable Solution(s)                       Evidence of             Timeline/      Monitoring         Funding   Monitoring
                                                                                    Completion             Target Date    Responsibility      Source    Comments

2.4                                                                                Sign-in sheets for   On-going        Principal           Title I
      Provide training to parents on how to access Aeries parent portal and         training                             Department Chairs   EIA
      how to use this data with their son/daughter to improve academically.        Parent Workshop
         Provide systemic parent portal trainings and support.                     Agendas
         Through Parent’s United and other parent education programs,             Parent Portal
          provide parents with tools for working with their students.               Useage
                                                                                   Training logs        Spring 2011     Staff Development   Title I
2.5   Teachers continue to be trained in and use research-based strategies         Training roster      On-going        Coordinator         EIA
      to meet the needs of all students.
         Teachers use student data to determine instructional areas of need                                             Administration
         Administration, along with teacher input, works with district to
          explore appropriate strategies and provide training.
2.6                                                                                Meeting minutes      Spring 2012     Counselors          Title I
      Begin communication process and vertical teaming with intermediate           Sign-in sheets                       Department Chairs   EIA
      schools to prepare incoming ninth graders for high school grading            Freshmen grade
      system and expectations.                                                      reports
         In conjunction with district grading consult, department chairs and
          consult members open dialogue with feeder intermediate schools
          with regards to grading practices.




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                                                                               ACTION PLAN NO. 3
GROWTH TARGET:                                                                               SUBGROUP(S) TARGETED:                ESLR(s) ADDRESSED:
                                                                                             English Learners                4    Academically Proficient            4
Identify and provide academic, personal, and extra-curricular support to lowest              Socioecon. Disadvan.                 Soc./Personally Responsible        4
underperforming subgroups.                                                                   Special Needs Students          4    Skilled Communicator               4
                                                                                             African American                     Technologically Competent          4
                                                                                             American Indian/Alaskan              Critical Thinker                   4
RATIONALE:                                                                                   Asian                                Critical Academic Need(s):
Hispanics, English Learners, and students with disabilities are the lowest                   Filipino                             Decrease D-F Rate                  4
performing subgroups and the least involved in extra-curricular activities on                Hispanic                        4    Increase A-G Rate                  4
campus:
                                                                                             Pacific Islander
           Students with disabilities23.7% Proficient on 2011 CSTs (ELA)
           EL:54.1% Proficient on 2011 CSTs (ELA)                                           White                                     IMAGINE. BELIEVE. ACHIEVE.
           Hispanics: 57.3% Proficient on 2011 CSTs (ELA)

              Action Steps to Implementing Measurable Solution(s)                       Evidence of           Timeline/      Monitoring         Funding     Monitoring
                                                                                        Completion           Target Date    Responsibility      Source      Comments
3.1       Consider opportunities to increase the number of inclusion courses           Master Schedule    Fall 2011       Principal           General
          offered.                                                                                                                             Fund
              Use benchmark, CAHSEE, CST data to determine areas of need
              Explore options within the master calendar, where available.
3.2                                                                                    Bolsa Grande       On-going        Staff Development   Title I
          Continue to support teachers in the use of instructional strategies           Training Roster                    Coordinator         EIA
          (Constructing Meaning, Thinking Maps and Systematic ELD) as well as
                                                                                       Training sign in
          the use of Gradual Release of Responsibility lesson design format.
                                                                                        sheets
             Work with district instructional office to provide release days for
               follow-up training as necessary.
             Departmental collaboration time can be used to share lessons,
               plan new lessons, and problem-solve as needed.
3.3                                                                                    Sign-in sheets     Fall 2012       Individual          Title I
          Offer more opportunities for after-school tutoring.                          Tutoring                           Departments         EIA
             Work with school-site council to explore ways that categorical            Calendar
              monies can be used to support after school tutoring.
             Seek outside funding and resources to assist with providing
              systemic after-school tutoring for all interested students.

3.4       Increase collaboration and communication between general education           Collaboration      Fall 2011       Department Chairs   n/a



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          Action Steps to Implementing Measurable Solution(s)                       Evidence of           Timeline/      Monitoring           Funding    Monitoring
                                                                                    Completion           Target Date    Responsibility        Source     Comments
      staff with special education, and English Language Development staff.         Meeting Agendas
         Work through department chairs to provide more time during
           collaboration meetings for SPED and EL teachers to interact with
           regular ed. teachers.
         Explore the options for providing more cross-department trainings.

3.5                                                                                Student activity   Fall 2011       Activities Director   ASB funds
      Increase the number of students from underrepresented and                     surveys                            Club Advisors
      underperforming groups in clubs, sports, and activities.                     Club rosters                       Coaches
                                                                                                                       Teachers
                                                                                   Sign-in sheets     Fall 2011       Counselors            Title I
3.6   Explore additional opportunities for counselors to be more available to      Flexible                           Principal             EIA
      students.                                                                     Schedule
                                                                                   Student survey
3.7
      Continue to improve Inclusion Classes for Special Education students         Master Schedule    Fall 2010       Assistant Principal   General
                                                                                                       On-going        over Master           Fund
      in math, English, history, and science.
                                                                                                                       Schedule
         Collect and analyze student data for the purpose of modifying
                                                                                                                       Special Ed. Chair
          instruction.
         Establish time for inclusion partners to plan and modify lessons
          based on achievement data and student needs.
         Work with district to receive training as needed.




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                                                                              ACTION PLAN NO. 4

GROWTH TARGET:                                                                             SUBGROUP(S) TARGETED:               ESLR(s) ADDRESSED:
                                                                                           English Learners               4    Academically Proficient
Students will become technologically proficient as demonstrated by                         Socioecon. Disadvan.           4    Soc./Personally Responsible
class assignments and projects.                                                            Special Needs Students         4    Skilled Communicator
                                                                                           African American               4    Technologically Competent        4
                                                                                           American Indian/Alaskan        4    Critical Thinker
RATIONALE:                                                                                 Asian                          4    Critical Academic Need(s):
                                                                                           Filipino                       4    Decrease D-F Rate
          Schoolwide: Least-addressed ESLR (Making of a Matador)                          Hispanic                       4    Increase A-G Rate                4
          Critical skill for post-secondary endeavors                                     Pacific Islander               4
                                                                                           White                          4      IMAGINE. BELIEVE. ACHIEVE.

                Action Steps to Implementing Measurable                            Evidence of        Timeline/      Monitoring           Funding    Monitoring
                               Solution(s)                                         Completion          Target       Responsibility        Source     Comments
                                                                                                        Date
4.1       Incorporate appropriate and necessary technologies in the               Purchase orders                 Title 1 Coordinator   Title I
          classroom to improve student learning.                                  Lesson plans      Spring 2011   Principal             EIA
             Through the technology committee, determine classroom                                                Teachers
              needs, available monies, priority for purchasing.
4.2
          Offer technology grant writing workshops for teachers.                  Sign-in sheets    Fall 2011     Title 1 Coordinator   Title I
             Use teachers who have successfully written grants and
                                                                                                                   AP - Technology       EIA
              district office technology personnel to provide trainings and
              support for teachers.
4.3
          Students will demonstrate proficiency with technology through           Lesson Plans                    Department Chairs     n/a
          departmental activities.                                                Student Work                    AP
             Technology committee, in partnership with department                Rubrics
              chairs, will develop technology competencies that teachers                             Spring 2012
              can use to assess students on various software and uses of
              technology.
4.4       Teachers will receive training (as necessary) on technology             Sign-in sheets                  Staff Development     Title I
          competencies (Powerpoint, excel, word processing, Internet,                                              Coordinator           EIA



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      hardware troubleshooting, etc.
         On-site trainers will be identified & curriculum developed.                          Fall 2011
         Training calendar will be established and inservices                                 Spring 2012
          provided.




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