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					                  NORTHWEST ISD

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    CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT PLAN
                     2009-2010
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             District Mission Statement:
 Northwest ISD, in partnership with parents and community,
       will provide all students a premier education
   preparing them to be successful, productive citizens.

            Campus Mission Statement:
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                                   CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEE MEMBERS*
Name                            Position                         Years Served                     Signature




*Please note that this committee must be composed of members who represent campus-based professional staff, parents, businesses and the
 community. At least two-thirds of the district and campus professional staff must be classroom teachers. The classroom teachers must be
 nominated and elected by classroom teachers assigned to that campus. The remaining one-third must be professional nonteaching district
 and campus level staff. In addition to the professional and professional nonteaching staff the committee must included at least two parents,
                                  two community members and two business representatives. BQB (LOCAL)
                                                  PLANNING PROCESS

                                                CAMPUS IMPROVEMENT TEAMS
The primary responsibilities of the Campus Improvement Committee include:
              Providing leadership in identifying TAKS and campus performance goals
              Providing leadership in the development and implementation of the campus improvement plan
              Assisting in the development of the campus budget
              Providing recommendations in the implementation of the campus budget
              Provide input on campus staff development
             Assisting in identifying campus staff development needs
              Chairing a campus committee when the need arises
              Providing leadership in developing a master calendar for the school year
              Providing assistance in monitoring and updating campus policies and procedures

                                                      NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Annual analysis of the plan and review of various assessment data are used to determine strategies that address campus goals. Specific
strategies are developed to address these goals. This process ensures a commitment to excellence and a resolve to provide the best
instructional plan for every student. The campus is required to maintain documentation of the needs assessment process, data used and the
needs that were identified by comprehensive needs assessment.

Suggested List of Analysis Data

       Most recent AEIS report
       Most recent TAKS Results
       End of year assessment results
       Parent, Staff, Student survey results
       Most recent Discipline Report
       At-Risk, GT, LEP Students data
                               NORTHWEST ISD
                        District Strategic Planning Goals

GOAL 1: Provide premier programs to ensure that all students are successful learners

       Will recruit, develop, retain, and recognize an exceptional, highly motivated staff to
GOAL 2 optimize student engagement and learning.


       Will provide timely, open communication and positive parental and community
GOAL 3 partnership opportunities in our schools.

       Will provide premier facilities and support systems that enhance a positive learning
GOAL 4 environmentand foster student and community pride.

       Will invest resources to ensure that students, parents, and the community receive
GOAL 5 optimal educational services.
                                CORE CONTENT SMART GOALS (SG)
Subject          Goal
Elementary:
Reading          Grade 3
                 All subgroups will score 98 % mastery on the reading TAKS subtest and increase commended performance by
                 10%.
                 • Demonstrate knowledge of word order (syntax) and context to support word identification and confirm word
                 meaning (8D) (New TEKS- 4B)
                 • Produce summaries of text selections (9H) (New TEKS 8A)

                 Grade 4
                 All subgroups will score 96 % mastery on the reading TAKS subtest and increase commended performance by
                 10%.
                 • Paraphrase and summarize texts to recall, inform, and organize ideas (10G)
                 (New TEKS- Fig. 19 E, 11A, 6A)
                 • Judge the internal consistency or logic of stories and texts such as “Would this character do this?” (12A) (New
                 TEKS- 6B)
                 • Recognize that authors organize information in specific ways (12B)
                 (New TEKS- 11C)
                 • Identify the purpose of different types of texts such as to inform, influence, express, or entertain (12C)
                 • (New TEKS- Fig. 19 A)
                 • Find similarities and differences across texts such as in treatment, scope, or organization (10I) (New TEKS-
                 Fig. 19 F)

                 Grade 5
                 All subgroups will score 100% mastery on the reading TAKS subtest and increase commended performance by
                 10%.
                 • Paraphrase and summarize texts to recall, inform, and organize ideas (10G)
                 (New TEKS- Fig. 19 E, 6A)
                 • Determine a text’s main or major ideas and how those ideas are supported with details
                 (10F) (New TEKS- 11A)
                 • Recognize that authors organize information in specific ways (12B)
Math
                 On the 2010 Grade 3 TAKS test, 95% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 3rd Grade – 3.14A Identify the mathematics in everyday situations; 3.14B Solve problems that incorporate
                 understanding the problem, making a plan, carrying out the plan and evaluating the solution for reasonableness;
                 3.16A Make generalizations from patterns or sets of examples and non-examples

                 On the 2010 Grade 4 TAKS test, 95% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 4th Grade – 4.10A Locate and name points on a number line using whole numbers, fractions such as halves
                 and fourths, and decimals such as tenths; 4.14C Select or develop an appropriate problem solving plan or
                 strategy including drawing a picture, looking for a pattern, systematic guessing and checking, acting it out,
                 making a table, working a simpler problem, or working backwards to solve a problem
                 On the first administration of the 2010 Grade 5 TAKS test, 95% of our students will meet passing standard with a
                 10% increase in commended
                 • 5th Grade – 5.10C Select and use appropriate units and formulas to measure length, perimeter, area and
                 volume; 5.11B Solves problems involving elapsed time; 5.12B Use experimental results to make predictions;
                 5.14B Solve problems that incorporate understanding the problem, making a plan, carrying out the plan, and
                 evaluating the solution for reasonableness

Writing          All subgroups will score 96 % mastery on the writing TAKS subtest and increase commended performance by
                 10%.
                 • Write in complete sentences, varying the types such as compound and complex to match meanings and
                 purposes (18B) (New TEKS- 17 D, 22A vii, viii, 22B)

Science          On the 2010 Grade 5th grade TAKS test, 97% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended

                 • 5th Grade – Demonstrate an understanding of the earth sciences and the nature of science concepts as they
                 relate to earth systems and cycles (Obj. 1 & 4 ); describe some cycles, structures, and processes that are found
                 in a simple system (5.5A); describe some interactions that occur in a simple system (5.5B); describe the
                 characteristics of the Sun (3.11D); identify the significance of the water, carbon, and nitrogen cycles (5.6B)



Secondary:
Reading/ELA      Grade 6
                 All subgroups will score 98 % mastery on the reading TAKS subtest and increase commended performance by
                 10%.
                 • Analyze ways authors organize and present ideas such as through cause / effect, comparison / contrast,
                 inductively / deductively, or chronologically (12I)
                 (New TEKS- 10C)
                 • Recognize and analyze story plot, setting and problem resolution (12G)
                 (New TEKS- 6A, Fig. 19 E)

                 Grade 7
                 All subgroups will score 98% mastery on the reading TAKS subtest and increase commended performance by
                 10%.
                 • Describe how the author’s perspective or point of view affects the text (12H)
                 (New TEKS - 6C)
                 • Find similarities and differences across texts such as in treatment, scope, or organization (10I) (New TEKS-
                 9A, Fig.19 F)

                 All subgroups will score 100% mastery on the writing TAKS subtest and increase commended performance by
                 10%.
                 • Read carefully to spell derivatives correctly by applying the spellings of bases and affixes (16C) (New TEKS ,
                 and proofread his/her own writing and that of others (to determine correct usage) (18H) (New TEKS 14C, 14D,
                 14E)
                 • Continue to move in composition scores into 3s and 4s (Obj. 1 & 2 Composition)

                 Grade 8
                 All subgroups will score 100% mastery on the reading TAKS subtest and increase commended performance by
                 10%.
                 • Describe how the author perspective or point of view affects text (12H)
                 (New TEKS- 6C)
                 • Paraphrase and summarize text to recall, inform, or organize ideas (10G)
                 (New TEKS- Fig. 19 C)
Math             On the 2010 Grade 6 TAKS test, 90% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 6th Grade – Identify multiples of a positive integer and common multiples and the least common multiple of a set
                 of positive integers (1F); Select or develop an appropriate problem solving strategy from a variety of different
                 types (11C); Communicate mathematical ideas using language, efficient tools, appropriate units, and graphical,
                 numerical, physical, or algebraic models (12A)


                 On the 2010 Grade 7 TAKS test, 90% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 7th Grade – Connect models for volume of prisms and cylinders to formulas (9B); Estimate measurements and
                 solve application problems involving volume of prisms and cylinders (9C); Construct sample spaces for simple or
                 composite experiments (10A)


                 On the 2010 Grade 8 TAKS test, 90% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 8th Grade – Express numbers in scientific notation including negative exponents, in appropriate problem
                 situations (1D); Select appropriate operations to solve problems involving rational numbers and justify the
                 selections (2A); Use multiplication by a constant factor (unit rate) to represent proportional relationships (2D);
                 Estimate measurements and use formulas to solve application problems involving lateral and total surface area
                 and volume (8C); Describe the resulting effects on perimeter and area when dimensions of a shape are
                 changed proportionally (10A)



                 On the 2010 Grade 9 TAKS test, 90% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 9th Grade – Use the Pythagorean Theorem to solve real-life problems (8.9A); Describe the resulting effects on
                 perimeter and area when dimensions of a shape are changed proportionally (8.10A); Select the appropriate
                 measure of central tendency or range to describe a set of data and justify the choice for a particular situation
Science          On the 2010 Grade 8 TAKS test, 95% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 8th Grade – Demonstrate an understanding of earth and space systems (Obj 5); describe interactions among
                 solar, weather, and ocean systems.
                 • (8.10B) predict land features resulting from gradual changes such as mountain building, beach erosion, land
                 subsidence, and continental drift (8.14A);
                 • analyze how natural or human events may have contributed to the extinction of some species (8.14B)

                 On the 2010 Grade 10 TAKS test, 90% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 10th Grade – Demonstrate an understanding of the structures and properties of matter (Obj 4); demonstrate
                 wave types and their characteristics through a variety of activities such as modeling with ropes and coils,
                 activating tuning forks, and interpreting data on seismic waves
                 • (IPC 5A) Demonstrate an understanding of the organization of living systems (Obj 2); investigate and identify
                 cellular processes including homeostasis, permeability, energy production, transportation of molecules, disposal
                 of wastes, function of cellular parts, and synthesis of new molecules (B4B);
                 • compare the structures and functions of viruses to cells and describe the role of viruses in causing diseases
                 and conditions such as acquired immune deficiency syndrome, common colds, smallpox, influenza, and warts
                 (B4C)

                 On the 2010 Grade 11 Exit TAKS test, 95% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 11th Grade – Demonstrate an understanding of the organization of living systems (Obj 2); investigate and
Social Studies   On the 2010 Grade 8 TAKS test, 100% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 8th Grade – Demonstrate an understanding of issues and events in U.S. history (Obj. 1); Explain the origin and
                 development of political parties (5C); Demonstrate an understanding of political influences on historical issues
                 and events (Obj. 4); Summarize the purposes for and processes of changing the U.S. Constitution (12A)

                 On the 2010 Grade 10 TAKS test, 97% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 10th Grade - Demonstrate an understanding of political influences on historical issues and events (Obj. 4);
                 Explain the reasons for the growth of representative government and institutions during the colonial period
                 (8.3A); Identify the influence of ideas from historic documents including the Magna Carta, the English Bill of
                 Rights, the Mayflower Compact, the Declaration of Independence, the federalist Papers, & selected anti-
                 federalist writings on the U.S. system of government (8.16A)

                 On the 2010 Grade 11 Exit TAKS test, 100% of our students will meet passing standard with a 10% increase in
                 commended
                 • 11th Grade – Demonstrate an understanding of issues and events in U.S. history (Obj. 1); Describe U.S.
                 responses to Soviet aggression after WW II, including the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, the North Atlantic
                                                       Campus Goals

            District             Campus
Goal 1: Provide premier          Goal 1 – Align Curriculum, instruction, and assessment to produce higher quality
programs to ensure that all      student work. Increase targeted objective areas in Science by an increase of at least
students are successful learners
                                 10% in each student group.
Goal 2: Will recruit, develop,      Goal 2 – Improve teacher attendence and moralethrough incentives to optimize
retain, and recognize an            student engagement and learning.
exceptional, highly motivated
staff to optimize student
engagement and learning.
Goal 3: Will provide timely, open   Goal 3 – Provide current partnerships and communication with parents and
communication and positive          community to promote student success.
parental and community
partnership opportunities in our
schools.
Goal 4: Will provide premier        Goal 4 – Establish consistent classroom management techniques and transition
facilities and support systems      strategies to promote positive student behavior and provide a positive learning
that enhance a positive learning
                                    environment
environmentand foster student
and community pride.
Goal 5:Will invest resources to     Goal 5 - To enhance the opportunity for academic potential, we will invest resources
ensure that students, parents,      to meet the physical, emotional, and social needs of students.
and the community receive
optimal educational services.
                                              Campus Data

   Indicator        All          African    Hispanic       White       Special Ed   Eco Dis         LEP
                 2009 Goal 2009 Goal 2009 Goal 2009 Goal 2009               Goal 2009 Goal       2009   Goal

Reading/ELA               93%         90%            90%       90%            90%          90%            90%
Math                      90%         90%            90%       90%            90%          90%            90%
Writing                   96%         90%            90%       90%            90%          90%            90%
Science                   90%         90%            90%       90%            90%          90%            90%
Social Studies            96%         90%            90%       90%            90%          90%            90%



                 Reading/ELA                Math             Writing         Social Studies       Science
Commended                  38%                 27%                 35%               38%                 28%
Performance

Attendance                96%


Dropout              <1%            <1%            <1%       <1%            <1%        <1%              <1%
Completion            100%           100%          100%       100%           100%       100%             100%
Graduation                85%         85%            85%       85%            85%          85%            85%




* Secondary ONLY
                                                                                     S.M.A.R.T. GOAL
                    RESULTS GOAL                                 INDICATOR                                  MEASURES                                    TARGETS
Should identify what is desired in terms of performance         Standards and                   Tools we’ll use to determine where    The attainable performance level we would like
 after, or as a result of, putting new processes in place   objectives (weak areas            students are now and whether they are                       to see.
             or improving existing processes.                    for students)                               improving.


On the 2010 Science TAKs                                    Earth & Space                     CCAPS                                   4% increase in Earth & Space
                                                            Systems                           Benchmarks                              Systems
test: 92% of all students will                              7.13 b
meet or exceed                                              7.14 b                                                                    4% increase in Nature of Science
                                                            8.10 b
expectations                                                8.14 b
                                                                                                                                      3% Increase in Living Systems &
                                                                                                                                      Environment and maintain
                                                                                                                                      objectives in 3 & 4


                                                                                                                                      62% Special Education

                                                                                              Formative Assessments                   74% African American
                                                                                              Summative Assessments
                                                                                                                                      78% Economically
                                                                                                                                      Disadvantaged

                                                            Nature of
                                                            Science
                                                            8.3 a 8.4 b

                                                                                              Unit Test




                                                            Living Systems
                                                            & Environment
                                                                                              Semester Tests
                                                                                              Assessment Folders
                              Gene Pike Middle School Campus Improvement Plan 2009-2010



                                                       ASSESSMENT       RESPONSIBLE
    ACTION STRATEGY          FORMATIVE MEASURE           TIMELINE         PERSON(S)                         COST/RESOURCES
Goal 1: Provide premier programs to ensure that all students are successful learners.
Standard Based Bulletin Boards   Teachers evaluate student        September 25,      Teachers, CIT,             local funds
                                 work in their PLCs to            October 30,        administrators, and
                                 develop a standard of            December 4,        students
                                 quality student work that will   February 12, and
                                 then be posted with teacher      April 9.
                                 and student commentary as
                                 to why that work met the
                                 standard

Structures of Knowledge and      DMAC, CCAPS, formative on-going, 3 week/6 administrators, CIT,                 local funds
Erikson                          and summative              week, and semester and teachers
                                 assessments, and
                                 benchmarks
WOW framework                    Lesson plans in Eduphoria, weekly, on-going   administrators, CIT,             local funds
                                 classroom observations and                    and teachers
                                 Focused Walk Throughs

Assessment Folders               Every student will have an       ongoing and        Teachers and               local funds
                                 assessment folder in their       anytime            students
                                 core classes to record their     assessments are
                                 data to measure progress         given
                                 toward their academic goals

 Coordinated School Health       1A. Lesson Plans                 1. Beginning of Six 1. Campus             1. Healthy and Wise
Implemented into the School Day.                                  Weeks               Administrative Team   Annual Subscription

                                 1B. Student Survey
 Student Fitness Levels to        2. Fitnessgram Testing in     2. March 22-May 3 2. Physical Education 2. One time Fitnessgram
Improve through Regular           Spring.                                         Teacher                Software for Each New
Participation in Moderate to                                                                               Campus ($270.00)
Vigorous Physical Activity.

Science Warm Up Weeks             Spiral Objectives most         Fall and Spring      Administrators,           local funds
                                  commonly missed for all                             Teachers and
                                  students in all classes                             Students
                                  taylored specifically for each
                                  core subject.


8th gr Science Learning Lab       Pullout/Pullin group for      Beginning the third   Science Teachers,         local funds
                                  small group instruction       week of the 1st six   Administrators and
                                  targeting specific students   weeks and             CIT
                                  and/or student groups to      continuing
                                  improve SE mastery            throughout the
                                                                school year




                                                                  ASSESSMENT            RESPONSIBLE
     ACTION STRATEGY               FORMATIVE MEASURE                TIMELINE             PERSON(S)           COST/RESOURCES
Goal 2: Will recruit, develop, retain, and recognize an exceptional, highly motivated staff to optimize student
engagement Central Office and AESOP reports
Cooperate with and learning.                            every 6 weeks     Administrators             local funds
use our P.I.E. to provide
incentives(Horace Mann)
Teacher of the Month - designated Staff voting                  once a month-         Administrators, CIT,      local funds
parking spot                                                    starting in Oct       and teachers




                                                   ASSESSMENT         RESPONSIBLE
     3: Will STRATEGY        FORMATIVE MEASURE       TIMELINE           PERSON(S)      COST/RESOURCES
GoalACTION provide timely, open communication and positive parental and community partnership opportunities
in our schools.
Parent Conference flex day          documentation of                        28-Feb-10 Administrators,         local funds
                                    teacher/parent conferences                        teachers

Watch D.O.G.S                  documentation of                   Beginning Oct 5th - Administrators, CIT,    local funds
                               volunteerism                       May 28th, 2010      and Parents
Increase PTA membership by 5%. membership drives,                 ongoing and three P.T.A. officers           local funds
                               attendence at general              general PTA
                               meetings and volunteer             meetings
                               hours
Open House                     parent sign in sheets              September 24th and Administrators,          local funds
                                                                  a designated date in Teachers
                                                                  the Spring semester

Campus/Teacher websites           Checked weekly by           daily/weekly            teachers,               local funds
provide timely important          administrators and parental                         administrators, and
information such as campus        feedback                                            campus webmaster
events, assignments, quizzes, and
tests.

                                                     ASSESSMENT       RESPONSIBLE
     ACTION STRATEGY                        MEASURE    TIMELINE         PERSON(S)         COST/RESOURCES
                               FORMATIVEsupport systems that enhance a positive learning environment and
Goal 4: Will provide premier facilities and
foster student and community pride.
Incorporate Fred Jones strategies   documentation of office         semester                teachers,         local funds
into every classroom which          referrals, parent notification, comparison          administrators, and
promotes a safe, posiive learning   and book signings.                                       students
environment.
Kindness is Cool student            nominated by staff, and       Weekly beginning            All staff       local funds
recognition program for students    recognized during             Oct 5, 2009
who are seen doing a kind act.      announcements
Grade level parent and student      participation/attendence at   Fall and Spring       Administrators and    local funds
meetings                            meetings and parental         Semester                 Counselors
                                    feedback
                                                              ASSESSMENT         RESPONSIBLE
     ACTION STRATEGY              FORMATIVE MEASURE             TIMELINE          PERSON(S)                 COST/RESOURCES
Goal 5: Will invest resources to ensure that students, parents, and the community receive optimal educational
services.
Through partnerships, identified  number of students        weekly               nurse, counselor, CIT,       donated funds
students will receive snack packs receiving snack packets                       administrators, and staff

on Friday before school is out to
take home with them to provide
nourishment over the weekend.

Mentors provide an opportunity to documentation of number of weekly beginning    CIT, counselor, staff,        local funds
build relationships with identified mentors and students being October 5          administrators, and
                                                                                 community volunteers
students.                           served and amount of
                                    contact hours with each
                                    student.

				
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