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									          NCLB
       Annual Title I
      Parent Meeting
    September 29, 2009

             Kirby Cougars Can……
Excel Academically, Exhibit Respect, and Exude Pride.
           Kirby Middle School
“A school where we’re making our good better
          and our better the best!”



   6670 E. Raines Road
   Memphis, TN 38115
   Phone: (901) 416-1980
   Fax: (901) 416-0974
            Communication
               Website: mcsk12.net

About MCS, Parents, Students, Community, Employees

                 School Calendar
                    Mission
                     Vision
                     Goals
Expanding an Energy
        of
    Excellence
       Team!
        Administrative Team

   Ms. Bobbie N. Turner-Principal
   Mr. Kelly Henderson-Assistant Principal
   Mr. Johnny Holmes-Administrative
    Assistant
   Ms. Janice D. Dugger -Professional
    Development School Compliance Coach
                Support Team
   Mrs. Sandra Walker, 6th Grade Guidance Counselor
   Mrs. Mary McDougall, 7th Grade Guidance Counselor
   Mrs. Mills, Attendance Secretary
   Mrs. Nancy Russell, Secretary
   Mrs. Catherine Haley, General Office Secretary
   Mrs. Delores Rodriguez-Financial Secretary
   Mrs. Beverly Grice-ISS
   Mr. Virgil Wadlington, Parent Counselor
   Mr. Crutchfield, Building Engineer
   Ms. Goodman, Cafeteria Manager
                      Teachers
                     Sixth Grade Teachers

                       “Precious Jewels”
                    Diamond and Amethyst




   Mr. Generette                 Ms. Boyce
   Ms. Rice                      Ms. Slack
   Ms. Riley                     Mrs. Heath
   M s. Payne                    Mr. Beeman
   Mr. Whitehead                 Mrs. Henderson
   Mrs. Williams
         Seventh Grade Teachers
                   “Precious Jewels”
               Onyx and Emerald Team

   Mr. Williams          Mr. Certion
   Ms. Johnson           Mr. Binns
   Ms. Holloway          Ms. Moore
   Mr. Collie            Ms. Young
   Mr. Jones
         Eighth Grade Teachers
                  “Precious Jewels”
               Sapphire and Lapis Team



   Ms. Hunt              Mrs. Young-Harris
   Ms. Edwards           Ms. Bowers
   Mrs. Harris           Mrs. Thomas
   Ms. Robinson          Mrs. Falls
   Mrs. Pruitt
        SPED and CDC Teachers
                    “Precious Jewels”
         Sapphire, Onyx, Lapis, and Emerald Team



   Ms. Shingler                Mr. Keiser
   Ms. Perkins                 Ms. Sanders
   Ms. Easter                  Ms. Holt
   Ms. Molette
      Exploratory/Support Team
Exploratory

   Dr. Deberry                 Mr. Davis
   Mrs. Chambers               Mr. Kissi
   Mr. Brown                   Mr. Carruth
   Mrs. Burton

Librarian           ELL                 Read 180
 Ms. Beaudry        Ms. Hill            Mrs. Cline

Cafeteria Manager    Building Engineer
 Mrs. Goodman              Mr. Crutchfield
             Purpose of NCLB
   Provide children an enriched and accelerated
    program
   Promote parental involvement
   Purpose is to ensure high standards for all
    children
           NCLB Requirements
   District-wide core curriculum
   High quality professional development for
    teachers
   Accountability and Assessment are aligned
   Proven strategies that work
   Open Enrollment and Parent’s Right to Know
   Supplemental Services
         Mission of NCLB

   The mission of NCLB in the Memphis City
    Schools is to provide opportunities for
    students to meet the same challenging content
    and performance standards expected of all
    students.
   NCLB does not discriminate against any
    person based on race, color, gender, national
    origin, disability or age.
    Kirby Middle Status
           A School in Good Standards

   Did You Know? Kirby Middle School is a
    federally funded, school-wide Title I School.
   What does this mean? Title I requires schools
    to create a positive and supportive learning
    environment that results in high levels of
    achievement for all students.
            NCLB Benchmarks
   Tennessee set state benchmarks for improvement that
    increase incrementally toward meeting the NCLB goal
    of 100 percent of students proficient in math and
    reading/language arts by 2014. Likewise, each
    Tennessee school has its own track for improvement
    based on how the school was performing when the law
    passed and how far it had to go in each category to
    reach 100 percent proficiency.
          Elementary/Middle Level Benchmarks
     Determined by the Percent of Student Proficient or
                      above Levels
School Year                   Reading/LA   Math Target   Attendance
                              Target                     Target
2002-2003 through 2003-2004
                                 77%           72%           93%
2004-2005 through 2006-2007
                                 83%           79%           93%
2007-2008 through 2009-2010
                                 89%           86%           93%
2010-2011 through 2012-2013
                                 94%           93%           93%
2013-2014
                                100%          100%           93%
Parental Involvement
     Parental Involvement Policy
Kirby Middle School
 Encourages on-going parental involvement in the educational
  process. We share a common goal of promoting daily success in
  every child.
 Our goal is to afford parents meaningful opportunities to
  participate in the education of their child(ren) at home and at
  school.
 We will host monthly Parent Meetings at Kirby.
 We will notify Parents of Parent Conferences.
 We will establish partnerships with the home and community.
  Making ourselves available to parent inquiries and hosting parent
  and community events.
                Kirby Middle School
        Student/Teacher/Parent Compact
   We have jointly developed a plan that spells
    out what teachers, other school staff and
    parents need to do to help children meet state
    education standards.
   Availability of parent training
   Opportunities for additional parent
    meeting
            Parent Rights To Know:

   Teacher Qualifications-Highly Qualifications, which
    include: state qualifications, licensure, grade(s) certification,
    waivers. A teacher’s baccalaureate, previous teaching
    experience.
   A paraprofessional’s qualifications
   An assurance that their child’s name, address, and
    telephone listing not be released to military recruiters.
            Parent Communication
   Child’s level of achievement in each of the State
    Academic Assessments
   Public School Choice
   Supplemental Services
   Involvement School Improvement Plan
   Option to request a transfer to another school if
    their child is the victim of a violent crime
   Notification that their child has been assigned, or
    has been taught for four or more consecutive
    weeks by a teacher who is not highly qualified.
              Opportunities for Parental
            Involvement in other programs
                      at Kirby
   Throughout the year we offer scheduled programs such
    as the Nine Weeks Honors Program, Honor Society
    Programs, and more.
   Extended Learning Programs
   Parent Curriculum Nights
   Scheduled programs
   Extracurricular Activities-Cheerleading, football,
    basketball, track, volleyball, and baseball.
 Increasing
  Student
Achievement
         Kirby Middle AYP Status
    Kirby Middle School did meet AYP status. Currently,
    our school is recognized as a School in Good Standing.
    This means that we made enough adequate progress in
    consecutive years to be considered a school in good
    academic standing. Our goal is to maintain this status
    by scoring high enough this year on the TCAP exam in
    mathematics and language arts and the TCAP Writing
    Assessments to remain in good standing. This will take
    more effort on all stakeholders according to our
    progress this previous year.
Academic Philosophy
         We desire for each and every student
 to find academic success and a comfort zone
 within the school. It is our goal to
 implement a diverse approach to
 instructional delivery in a real effort to reach
 every child in a manner that he/she learns
 best. We want our students to develop a
 lifelong love of learning and aspire to accept
 rigorous academic challenges for the rest of
 their lives.
  Differentiated Instructional
We will employ differentiated instructional
strategies. We understand that projects and
hands-on activities are important components.
In addition, we will use multiple sources for
instruction including textbooks, outside
readings, technology, the community,
manipulatives, experimentation, and simulations.
            Exhibition Projects
   November 12th
   April 29th

   We need your support to judge the students
    projects and share with the community the good
    work students have achieved.
   We will integrate reading, writing, and mathematics into
    all areas disciplines.
   We will have meaningful Early Board Work daily that is
    aligned with curriculum pacing and TCAP objectives.
   We will utilize the rule of 85/80/80. Which means we
    will not move on until 85% of our students can reflect
    80% mastery of 8o% of the addressed SPI’s. We will
    have daily assessments of student mastery. Using
    strategies such as CPS, clap your hands, Thumbs Up or
    Thumbs down.
   We will use a school wide common grading
    scale.
   We will sponsor wide ranging clubs and
    activities. This allows for students to become
    actively engaged in school and cultivates
    opportunities for adult advocacy.
   Service Learning activities will provide
    opportunities for our students to practice
    kindness to those within the greater community.
   We are Data Driven. Understanding that by examining
    data and effectively using the results to determine
    academic planning we can move swiftly towards
    consistent and predictable results.
   We understand the importance of Technology
    Integration into our lesson design. Students can retain
    more information when it can be manipulated and/or
    applicable to real world experiences.
   School Improvement Plan is a living document and is
    periodically reviewed and revised by various leadership committees
    serving our school.
   STAR –is part of Board Policy #5121 which establishes
    Student/Teacher Academic Reports for K-8 students
    who are not meeting academic standards in core
    courses.
   These individual student plans will identify student
    weaknesses and appropriate academic interventions
   We will utilize all available resources such as
    supplemental tutoring services, extended contract,
    Angellearning, Stanford Math, E-Learning, Connect
    Tutoring, and others as they become available.
   Bridge to the Middle Transition Program
   ACT Prep Sessions
                Report Cards
                    2009-2010
                Nine Week Interval
   Oct. 21st
   Jan. 13th
   Mar. 17th
   Mailed to homes
        TCAP Achievement Test
  Writing
7th and 8th Grade February 2nd



   Academic
   April 12-16
                   FYI Dates
   Christmas Break: December 17th –January 4th

   Last Day of Classes May 21st
NCLB Slide
   Show
Presentation
Title I FYI’s
    NCLB Matrix of Federal Programs
   Title I A-F
   Title II, Part A
   Title II, Part D
   Title III,
   Title IV, 21ST Century Schools, Part A & B
   Title V
   Title X, Part C
        Title I-Part A
Improving the Academic Achievement
       of the Disadvantaged
             To support local school districts
                 and improve teaching and
                  learning for students in
                   high-poverty schools
                so that these students meet
              the state's challenging content
                and performance standards
        Title I Part B
                          Title I Part D
     Reading First       Neglected and
   Early Reading First   Delinquent
                          Education-
                          educational services to
        •Even Start       children in local and state
                          institutions for neglected and
                          delinquent children
     Title I Part C
         Migrant           Title I Part F
        Education         Comprehensive
                          School Reform
                 Title II Part A
Preparing, Training and Recruiting High Quality
            Teachers and Principals
   Professional Development
   Class Size Reduction Teachers
   Teacher/Principal Recruitment
   Teacher Testing
   Mentoring
              Title II Part D
  Enhancing Education Through Technology
Improve student academic achievement through the
  use of technology in schools
                           Title III
      English as a Second Language
Provides services to students who have a primary
  language other than English

   Title IV - A        Safe and Drug Free Schools and
                       Communities Act
Funds programs to:
   •prevent violence in and around schools
   •prevent the illegal use of alcohol, drugs and
   tobacco by young people;
   •and foster a safe and drug-free learning
   environment that supports academic
   achievement
                             Title IV B
             Tennessee 21st Century Community Learning Centers


Provide academic enrichment activities designed to help students meet
   state and local standards and must be based on rigorous scientific
   research.
   •Remedial education                •Technology programs &
   •Academic enrichment               telecommunications
   •Math & Science activities         •Expanded library hours
   •Arts & Music activities           •Parent involvement & family
   •LEP classes                       literacy activities
   •Tutoring & Mentoring              •Drug & Violence Prevention
   programs                           •Counseling programs
   •Assistance to students            •Character Education
   who have been truant,              •Entrepreneurial education
   suspended or expelled              •Recreational Activities
                        Title V
                Innovative Programs
Provides funds to
 Support local education reform efforts
 Implement promising educational reform programs;
 Provide a continuing source of innovation and educational
  improvement, including support for library services and
  instructional and media materials; and,
 Meet the special educational needs of at risk and high cost
  students.
             Title V - B
       Public Charter Schools
        Elementary Schools
           Star Academy

         Promise Academy

         Circles of Success

   Southern Avenue Charter School
         Title V-B
 Public Charter Schools

 Middle and High Schools
Memphis Academy for Health
             Science
Memphis Academy of Science
         &Engineering
Memphis Business Academy
City University of Liberal Arts
  Soulsville Charter School
        Yo! Academy
                               Title X
                 Homeless Education
     Funded through the McKinney-Vento Homeless
               Education Grant Program.
   Provides funds to meet the
    unique needs of homeless children
    and youth.
   Designed to facilitate the enrollment,
    attendance and success of homeless
    children and youth in Tennessee
    school.
Title I Schools: Two ways to Operate Title I
                                Schools

Targeted Assistance                 Schoolwide Programs

   Identify specific at-risk          Use funds to improve the
    students                            entire program of the school
                                       Can serve all students
   Provide instructional
    programs to these
    identified students

                     Memphis City Schools
                    has 180 Title I Schoolwide
                            Schools
                Use of Title I Funds
                     District Allocations

   Highly Qualified Teachers
   Professional Development for Schools in School
    Improvement (SI) Status
   Professional Development for Districts in
    Improvement Status (10%)
   Parental Involvement
   Nonpublic School Services for Eligible Title I
    Students
                Use of Title I Funds
                         School Allocations
Support Activities that are:
          Addressed in the Schoolwide Improvement Plan
          Based on scientific research
          Targeted toward the Title I program goal….
          All students will be proficient in reading and
           math by the School Year 2013-2014



                                               Learning Express Folio
                         Discovery Education
                  Uses of Funds
                  School Allocations

   Employee salaries and benefits
   Professional development
   Parent Involvement
   Supplies and educational materials
   Equipment
                          Federal Programs

•   Title I Part A Improving the Academic Achievement of the
    Disadvantaged
   Title I Part B
   Title I, Part C - Migrant Education
   Title I, Part D – Neglected and Delinquent
   Title I, Part F – Comprehensive School Reform
   Title II, Part A - Teacher and Principal Training and Recruiting Fund
   Title II, Part D - Enhancing Education Through Technology
   Title III - English as a Second Language
   Title IV, Part A - Safe and Drug-Free Schools
   Title IV, Part B - 21st Century Community Learning Centers
   Title V, Part A - Innovative Programs
   Title V, Part B - Public Charter Schools
   X, Part C - Homeless Education

								
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