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					Agueda I Johnston Middle school




School Improvement Plan
       SY2005-06
              (SIP)
         Principal: Eleuterio J. Mesa
               192 Dero Road
             Ordot, Guam 96913


            Assistant Principals:
             Rosella S. Campos
              Anderson Joseph



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                            TABLE OF CONTENTS
ITEM                                                       PAGE
Forward                                                     3
Endorsements                                                4
School Vision, Mission & ESLERS                             6
Summary                                                     8
I. STUDENT PERFORMANCE
       A. SAT 10 Performance Level
                     1. READING
                                 a. Goals and Objectives    9
                                 b. Tables and Objects      10
                                 c. Action Plan             14
                     2. LANGUAGE ARTS
                                 a. Goals and Objectives    18
                                 b. Tables and Objects      19
                                 c. Action Plan             23
                     3. MATH
                                 a. Goals and Objectives    26
                                 b. Tables and Objects      27
                                 c. Action Plan             31
       B. Passing Rate                                      34
       C. 8th Grade Promotional Rate                        37
II. STUDENT BEHAVIOR
       A. Attendance Rate                                   38
       B. Discipline Rate                                   41
III. SCHOOL CHARACTERISTICS
       a) Employee Attendance Rate
             1) Goals and Objectives                        45
           2) Management Plan
IV.    APPENDIX A
V.     APPENDIX B


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                               FOREWORD

       Agueda I. Johnston Middle School (AIJMS) is one of seven public middle
schools on Guam. The school community received a three-year accreditation
after a three year visit by Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC)
in February of 2005 thru June 30, 2008.

       The past several years have been difficult for our community. Two major
typhoons, coupled with a severe downturn in the local economy, have caused
many disruptions including lost school days, increased stress on families, loss of
teaching positions at the school level, and most importantly, decreased or
eliminated funding for school programs. It is safe to say that all of these had an
impact on the school and its community.

       However, throughout these difficult times, the school community of AIJMS
has remained dedicated to providing quality education to our middle level
students.     With this commitment, the school community has worked
collaboratively to successfully find ways to maintain school programs and
continue to focus efforts towards improved student learning and student
achievement. Furthermore, it is with great optimism that we obtain a grant from
Hatsa in order to provide crucial technology training for our faculty and staff.

       Our main goal as a school community is to continue, through the
accreditation process, to be accountable and dedicated to improve literacy
(Direct Instruction) in Language Arts, Reading, and Math.




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                                                       “Home of the Pirates”
                                                   Guam Public School System
                                                       192 Dero Road, Ordot
                                                           P.O. Box HA
                                                       Hagatna, Guam 96910
                                                 Tel: 472-6785/6947 Fax: 477-2248
         JUAN P. FLORES                                                                        ELEUTERIO J. MESA
         Superintendent of Education                                                                Principal
                                  Fully Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges
         We, the Faculty and Staff of Agueda I. Johnston Middle School, do here by endorse and present the
         following School Improvement Plan.

         Administrative Team                                 Signature
Eleuterio J. Mesa, Principal
Rosella Campos, Assistant Principal
Anderson Joseph, Assistant Principal
Rita Leon Guerrero, Admin Assistant
Doris Bukikosa, Social Worker

  Name of Teacher                  Signature                      Name of Teacher                        Signature
Jannale Aflague                                               Jesusa Ladrido
Mary Aflague                                                  Mary Laygo
Fred Aguon                                                    Debra Mariano
Liza Artero                                                   Mercedes Mendiola
Arvi Bacani                                                   Josephine Merlan
Victor Balajada                                               Lourdes Mesa
Leah Bautista                                                 Christian Ong
Lorraine Banu                                                 Luciano Oppus
Andrew Borja                                                  Leomar Palomares
Rosalinda Burkhart                                            Rufina Pangelinan
Lethia Calvo                                                  Victoria Perez
David Camacho                                                 Patricia Quichocho
Bonifacio Caraang                                             Deanna Quitugua
Josephine Castro                                              Regina Ragan
Bernice Cepeda                                                Gudrun Rapues
Lourdes Crisostomo                                            Koschy Reuney
Andrea Cruz                                                   Catherine Robinson
Annie Cruz                                                    Marie Rojas
Joseph Cruz                                                   John Russell
Lydia Cruz                                                    Odilia Sablan
Tammara De Soto                                               Debra Santos
Betty Diaz                                                    Gabriel Sigaoat
Carmel Diaz                                                   Kevin Smith
Vincent Duenas                                                Kirk Spindel
Kristi Dunning                                                Jackie Standhagen
Guadalupe Flores                                              John Strandhagen
Eric Garrido                                                  Mark Tainatongo
Mary Garvilles                                                Paul Tasipic
Tessy Joseph                                                  Lourdes Taitague
Chris Juan                                                    Linda Taitano
Yoshiko Kajiyama                                              Laura Topasna
Mark Kempen                                                   Peter Toves
Vilma Kempen                                                  Jovita Young
                                                Bringing the “Treasure” Out of Every Student
                                       Rosella S. Campos                           Anderson Joseph
                                       Assistant Principal                         Assistant Principal
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                                             “Home of the Pirates”
                                         Guam Public School System
                                             192 Dero Road, Ordot
                                                 P.O. Box HA
                                             Hagatna, Guam 96910
                                       Tel: 472-6785/6947 Fax: 477-2248
     JUAN P. FLORES                                                                  ELEUTERIO J. MESA
     Superintendent of Education                                                          Principal
                         Fully Accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges
    We, the Faculty and Staff of Agueda I. Johnston Middle School, do here by endorse and present the
    following School Improvement Plan.
   Name of Staff                 Signature             Name of Staff                 Signature
Edward Acfalle                                          Anthony Santos
Marcie Aguigui                                          Kristine Santos
Francisca Aguon                                         Annette Spindel
Joseph Arriola                                          Lorna Ulloa
Evangelis Babauta                                       Adelin Unpingco
Nadine Calvo                                            Vincent Uson
Anthony Camacho                                         Tina Wade
Maylene Cepeda                                          June Zapatus
Christie Chargualaf
Christine Chargualaf
Michelle Contreras
Joe Cruz
Mary Duenas
Monika Duenas
Barbara Fejeran
Mark Flores
Therese Flores
David Hernandez
John Ichihara
Baby Jo Naputi
Carol Prejean
Carmelita Quidachay
Vicente Quidachay
Francis Rivera
Edward Roberto
Kennith Sabaloro
Faye Sanchez
Gilbert Sanchez
Peter San Nicolas



                                      Bringing the “Treasure” Out of Every Student
                             Rosella S. Campos                           Anderson Joseph
                             Assistant Principal                         Assistant Principal



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Guam Department of Education: Our Vision
     Our educational community Prepares all students for life, Promotes
     excellence, and Provides support.


School Vision:
     Nurturing values through Education, Respect, Scholarship, and
     Cooperation


School Mission:
     Our school enables all students grade 6th, 7th, and 8th to acquire
     knowledge, skills, values, and attitudes to live productively and
     responsibly in a diverse and ever changing world to become life long
     learners, to achieve their full potentials, and to become responsible
     citizens.


Expected School wide Learning Results (ESLRs)
     Problem Solvers
           Every student at AIJMS will…
                  P.1   Demonstrate the ability to come up with solutions to
                        their problems
                  P.2   Explain cause and effect
     Innovative Thinkers
           Every student at AIJMS will
                  I.1   Utilize available resources to apply to practical
                        everyday situations
                  I.2   Generate ideas to overcome prevailing predicaments




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Responsible Contributors
      Every student at AIJMS will…
            R.1   Maintain good citizenship
            R.2   Show active involvement in school and community
                  activities
Academic Achievers
      Every student at AIJMS will…
            A.1   Excel in all subjects
            A.2   Improve test scores to meet the objectives of the
                  school action plan
Technologically Literate Consumers
      Every student at AIJMS will…
            T.1   Develop awareness of technology, computers, and
                  other equipment that help them learn
            T.2   Use appropriate technology to ensure learning and to
                  solve problems
Effective Communicators
      Every student at AIJMS will…
            E.1   Use language that is precise, engaging, and well
                  suited to the topic and audience
            E.2   Write and speak appropriately
Successful Learners
      Every student at AIJMS will…
            S.1   Demonstrate the ability to apply what they have
                  learned
S.2   Demonstrate self-motivation, critical thinking, and mastery of the
      Skills essential to life-long learning



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                                 SUMMARY


It gives us great pride to know that we ranked exceptional in 8th grade
promotional and student attendance rate. With regard to employee
attendance rate, we rated satisfactory. Furthermore, a whopping 36%
increase in our overall grade is quite an accomplishment within the past two
years. Such positive ratings above gave us an overall “satisfactory” (50%)
rating.


Action plans have been established to improve all SAT 10 performances in
their present rate of low and unacceptable status. In addition, we are also
addressing other areas such as Passing Rate, 8th Grade Promotion Rate,
Student Attendance Rate, Student Discipline Rate, Employee Attendance
Rate, and School Improvement Plan. The Accreditation Action Plan has
been incorporated in the School Improvement Plan.


We are challenged, however, to continue our quest for excellence, to do
better than satisfactory. The implementation of the Direct Instruction
program, a researched based reading program focusing on decoding and
comprehension skills, will impact all subject areas between the year 2007
and 2009. It is further being reinforced with continuity from our elementary
feeder schools.


Fulfilling our goals and objectives will be realized when we consistently get
our resources and leadership support. With great opportunity and positive
thoughts, the challenge is on to do our utmost.



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  I.   STUDENT PERFORMANCE: Percent at Levels 3 & 4
       1. READING
          a. Goals and Objectives
                        At AIJMS, sixteen percent (16%) of 6th grade students are scoring at SAT-10 levels 3 & 4 in
PROBLEM STATEMENT       Reading. Nine percent (9%) of 7th grade students are scoring at SAT 10 levels 3 & 4.
                        Twelve percent (12%) of 8th grade students are scoring at SAT 10 levels 3 & 4. There is a
                        need to improve academic performance in Reading for all three grade levels. (See chart 1)

                        Using SY2003-2004 SAT9 Level 3 and Level 4 as the baseline data, Agueda Johnston
DISTRICT GOAL           Middle School will reach 90% or more of its students in Level 3 and 4 in its Adequate Yearly
                        Progress (AYP) by SY 2013-2014.


                              Beginning SY2004 and subsequent years, AIJMS will meet its AYP for Reading for
SCHOOL GOAL(s)
                               each grade level. (See chart 2, 3, 4)


                              Beginning SY2004-05 until SY 2013-2014, AIJMS will meet its AYP of the following:
                                 o 8.2% for 6th grade Reading
MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES
                                 o 7.3% for 7th grade Reading
                                 o 7.3% for 8th grade Reading




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Reading Chart 1


                                                            Grade 7 Reading

                 60
                                         48                                                     50
                 50   45                                          43            4341
                           40                                39                                      40
                                              37                                                                  Level 1
    Percentage




                 40
                                                                                                                  Level 2
                 30
                                                                                                                  Level 3
                 20             14                 14                  16              15
                                                                                                                  Level 4
                                                                                                          9
                 10
                                     0                  1                   2               2                 0
                  0
                      SY 00-01           SY 01-02             SY 02-03          SY 03-04        SY 04-05
                                                            School Year


Note: SY2004-2005 SAT 10 was administered to all grade levels




                                                                       10
Reading Chart 2



                                     6th Grade Reading

                  90

                  80

                  70
                                                                     6th Grad
                  60                                                 Reading

                  50

                  40                                                 District
                                                                     Goal

                  30

                  20                                                 Annual
                                                                     Yearly
                  10                                                 Progress


                   0
                       SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY
                       03- 04- 05- 06- 07- 08- 09- 10- 11- 12- 13-
                       04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14




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Reading Chart 3


                                  7th Grade Reading

                  90

                  80

                  70
                                                                     7th Grade
                  60                                                 Reading

                  50

                  40                                                 District
                                                                     Goal
                  30

                  20                                                 Annual
                                                                     Yearly
                  10                                                 Progress

                   0
                       SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY
                       03- 04- 05- 06- 07- 08- 09- 10- 11- 12- 13-
                       04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14




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Reading Chart 4

                                  8th Grade Reading

                  90

                  80

                  70
                                                                     8th Grade
                  60                                                 Reading

                  50

                  40                                                 District
                                                                     Goal
                  30

                  20                                                 Annual
                                                                     Yearly
                  10                                                 Progress

                   0
                       SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY
                       03- 04- 05- 06- 07- 08- 09- 10- 11- 12- 13-
                       04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14




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         c. Action Plan
I. STUDENT PERFORMANCE – READING
                                                Person(s)         Resources
Indicators           Action Steps                                                     Evaluation      Time Line       Status
                                               Responsible         Needed
A. STANDARDS & ASSESSMENT
    1        Implementation of the Direct     Principal, Asst.   Support             Quarterly     On-going      First year of
             Instruction - Corrective         Principals,        Services from        Lesson                      Implementation
             Reading Program                  Reading            NIFDI and            Progress                    – 2004-05;
                                              Coordinators,      RFC                  reports on                  Second year of
                                              Teachers and       Corrective           lesson gains                Implementation
                                              Staff              Reading:             & mastery                   – 2005-06
                                                                 Teacher and         SAT10 results               90% Club
                                                                 Student             5 –Minute                   Implementation
                                                                 Materials            and Extended                Oct. 2005 as an
                                                                                      Classroom                   incentive to
                                                                                      observations                recognize and
                                                                                     DACs                        improve
                                                                                     90% Club                    students’
                                                                                                                  Independent
                                                                                                                  Work Scores
    2        Identify and address students’   Administrators,    SAT10 Item      Priority List by    End of 1st   Completed
             weakest skills in SAT10 as       Reading            Analysis report quarter             Quarter
             priority skills within the       teachers
             respective reading classes
    3        Students will participate in     Administrators,     Item            Administrator    On-Going     On-Going
             daily lessons developed by       Teachers             Analysis         weekly meeting
             using the revised curriculum                          reports          with teams
             guides that reflect an                               GPSS            Informal
             alignment of the SAT10 and                            Content          observations
             GPSS Content Standards                                Standards       Lesson Plans




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  4   Make curriculum changes,           Assistant         Stipends for    Complete         January      ongoing
      prioritizing areas of identified   Principal,         curriculum       updated          2006-June
      weaknesses.                        Curriculum,         planning        curriculum       2006
                                         Content area                        guide
                                         leaders, &
                                         teachers, SAT
                                         10 coordinator
  5   Provide training to Benchmark      Principal        Training         Completed          March 2006   Completed
      Tracker trainers to learn how      SAT 10                            training
      to build, administer, score and    Coordinator
      report on-going assessments        Team Leaders
      in Reading
  6   Provide training to teachers to    Principal        Computers        Completed tests    March 2006   On-going
      develop student assessment         SAT 10           with Internet
      instruments with test items        Coordinator      access
      that are aligned with SAT 10       Teachers
      and National learning
      standards
B. PERSONNEL QUALITY & ACCOUNTABILITY
  1   Provide pre-service & in-          NIFDI, Reading   Support             Teacher/Staff On-going      DI Trained
      service Direct Instruction         First Center,    Services from        Attendance                  Teachers –
      training for new and existing      Reading          NIFDI and           Submission of               98%
      teachers/staff (on-call subs &     Coordinators     RFC – to             weekly DI                   DI Trained On-
      school aides)                                       provide              written data                Call Subs –
                                                          trainers, DI        Classroom                   33%
                                                          materials and        Observations                DI Trained
                                                          training site                                    School Aides –
                                                                                                           71%
  2   Benchmark Teachers                 Research,        Training            Multiple       On-going
      Computer Program                   Planning and     materials,           choice tests   (Based on
                                         Evaluation       Curriculum           created        teacher
                                         (RP&E),          Director             through the    request)
                                                          software             Benchmark



                                                           15
                                                        installed            Tracker
                                                                             Computer
                                                                             Program
                                                                             Director on
                                                                             file
C. HOME SCHOOL CONNECTION
  1   Communicate with parents         Teachers,        Phone access,       Parent         On-going
      through phone calls or home      Counselors,      updated              contact logs
      visits to discuss academic and   Reading          student             Student
      behavioral progress and          Coordinators     demographics,        Planners
      performance of students in       and              student
      Reading                          Administrators   planners,
                                                        progress
                                                        reports &
                                                        report cards,
                                                        newsletter, site
                                                        for PTO
                                                        meetings




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                         AIJMS MASTERY LEVELS FOR READING
Percent of students in each Performance Level


      Grade 6              SY2000-01            SY2001-02         SY2002-03   SY2003-04   SY2004-05
      Level 1                                                                                49
      Level 2                                                                                25
                                                            N/A
      Level 3                                                                                16
      Level 4                                                                                 0



      Grade 7              SY2000-01            SY2001-02         SY2002-03   SY2003-04   SY2004-05
      Level 1                 45                   48                39          43          50
      Level 2                 40                   37                43          41          40
      Level 3                 14                   14                16          15           9
      Level 4                  0                    1                 2           2           0



      Grade 8              SY2000-01            SY2001-02         SY2002-03   SY2003-04   SY2004-05
      Level 1                                                                                48
      Level 2                                                                                40
                                                            N/A
      Level 3                                                                                11
      Level 4                                                                                 1




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  II.   STUDENT PERFORMANCE: Percent at Levels 3 & 4
        2. LANGUAGE ARTS
            a. Goals and Objectives
                        At AIJMS, fifteen percent (15%) of 6th grade students are scoring at SAT-10 levels 3 & 4 in
                        Language Arts. Thirteen percent (13%) of 7th grade students are scoring at SAT 10 levels 3
PROBLEM STATEMENT
                        & 4. Fourteen percent (14%) of 8th grade students are scoring at SAT 10 levels 3 & 4.
                        There is a need to improve academic performance in Language Arts for all three grade
                        levels. (See chart 5)

                        Using SY2003-2004 SAT9 Level 3 and Level 4 as the baseline data, Agueda Johnston
DISTRICT GOAL           Middle School will reach 90% or more of its students in Level 3 and 4 in its Adequate Yearly
                        Progress (AYP) by SY 2013-2014.


                              Beginning SY2004 and subsequent years, AIJMS will meet its AYP for Language Arts
SCHOOL GOAL(s)
                               for each grade level. (See chart 6, 7, 8)


                              Beginning SY2004-05 until SY 2013-2014, AIJMS will meet its AYP of the following:
                                 o 8.1% for 6th grade Reading
MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES
                                 o 6.8% for 7th grade Reading
                                 o 6.8% for 8th grade Reading




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Language Arts Chart 5



                                                            Grade 7 Language Arts

                 80
                                                                                                      67
                 70
                 60   54
                                         51                    48                                                       Level 1
    Percentage




                 50                                                                45
                                                                                                                        Level 2
                 40                                                 32                  32
                           30                 29                                                                        Level 3
                 30                                                                                        24
                                                                         15                  15                         Level 4
                 20             13                 14
                                                        6                     5                   7             8
                 10                  3                                                                              1
                  0
                      SY 00-01           SY 01-02              SY 02-03            SY 03-04           SY 04-05
                                                              School Year


Note: SY2004-2005 SAT 10 was administered to all grade levels




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Language Arts Chart 5



                                   6th Grade Language Arts

                90

                80

                70
                                                                      6th Grade
                60                                                    Language
                                                                      Arts
                50

                40                                                    District
                                                                      Goal
                30

                20                                                    Annual
                                                                      Yearly
                10                                                    Progress

                 0
                        SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY
                        03- 04- 05- 06- 07- 08- 09- 10- 11- 12- 13-
                        04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14




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Language Arts Chart 6



                                   7th Grade Language Arts

               90

               80

               70
                                                                      7th Grade
               60                                                     Language
                                                                      Arts
               50

               40                                                     District
                                                                      Goal
               30

               20                                                     Annual
                                                                      Yearly
               10                                                     Progress

                 0
                        SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY
                        03- 04- 05- 06- 07- 08- 09- 10- 11- 12- 13-
                        04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14




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Language Arts Chart 7



                                   8th Grade Language Arts

                90

                80

                70
                                                                      8th Grade
                60                                                    Language
                                                                      Arts
                50

                40                                                    District
                                                                      Goal
                30

                20                                                    Annual
                                                                      Yearly
                10                                                    Progress

                 0
                        SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY
                        03- 04- 05- 06- 07- 08- 09- 10- 11- 12- 13-
                        04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14




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                    c. Action Plan
I. STUDENT PERFORMANCE – LANGUAGE ARTS
                                                  Person(s)        Resources
Indicators           Action Steps                                                     Evaluation         Time Line           Status
                                                 Responsible        Needed
A. STANDARDS & ASSESSMENT
    1        Identify and address students’     Administrators,   SAT10 Item       Priority List of   End of 1st       Completed
             weakest skills in SAT10 as         Language Arts     Analysis report   skills by          Quarter
             priority skills within the         teachers                            quarter
             respective Language Arts                                              Mastery Tests      On-going
             classes                                                                Scores by          implementation
                                                                                    skills
    2        Students will participate in       Administrators,    Item           Administrator      On-Going
             daily lessons developed by         Teachers            Analysis        weekly
             using the revised curriculum                           reports         meeting with
             guides that reflect an                                GPSS            teams
             alignment of the SAT10 and                             Content        Informal
             GPSS Content Standards                                 Standards       observations
                                                                                   Lesson Plans
    3        Provide training to Benchmark      Research,         Computers       Completed tests      Completed
             Tracker trainers to learn how      Planning and      with Internet
             to build, administer, score, and   Evaluation        access
             report on-going assessments        (RP&E)
             in Language Arts

    8        Provide training to teachers to    Principal         Computers        Completed tests     March 2006       On-Going
             develop student assessment         SAT10             with Internet
             instruments with test items        Coordinator       Access
             that are aligned with SAT10        Teachers
             and National Learning
             Standards




                                                                   23
B. PERSONNEL QUALITY & ACCOUNTABILITY
  1   Conduct additional training on   Curriculum        Training           Multiple       On-going
      the Curriculum Director          Directors         materials,          choice tests   (Based on
                                       trainers, RP&E,   Curriculum          created        teacher
                                                         Director            through the    request)
                                                         software            Curriculum
                                                         installed           Director on
                                                                             file
C. HOME SCHOOL CONNECTION
  1   Communicate with parents         CR teachers,      Phone access,   Parent contact     On-going
      through telephone calls,         Counselors,       and updated     logs
      conferences, student             Reading           student
      planners, etc. regarding         Coordinators,     demographics
      student progress.                Administrator




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                   AIJMS MASTERY LEVELS FOR LANGUAGE ARTS
Percent of students in each Performance Level

      Grade 6              SY2000-01            SY2001-02         SY2002-03   SY2003-04   SY2004-05
      Level 1                                                                                55
      Level 2                                                                                29
                                                            N/A
      Level 3                                                                                15
      Level 4                                                                                 2



      Grade 7              SY2000-01            SY2001-02         SY2002-03   SY2003-04   SY2004-05
      Level 1                 54                   51                48          45          67
      Level 2                 30                   29                32          32          24
      Level 3                 13                   14                15          15           8
      Level 4                  3                    6                 5           7           1



      Grade 8              SY2000-01            SY2001-02         SY2002-03   SY2003-04   SY2004-05
      Level 1                                                                                63
      Level 2                                                                                26
                                                            N/A
      Level 3                                                                                 9
      Level 4                                                                                 1




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  III. STUDENT PERFORMANCE: Percent at Levels 3 & 4
       3. MATH
            a. Goals and Objectives
                        At AIJMS, seven percent (7%) of 6th grade students are scoring at SAT-10 levels 3 & 4 in
PROBLEM STATEMENT       Math. Six percent (6%) of 7th grade students are scoring at SAT 10 levels 3 & 4. Five
                        percent (5%) of 8th grade students are scoring at SAT 10 levels 3 & 4. There is a need to
                        improve academic performance in Math for all three grade levels. (See chart 9)

                        Using SY2003-2004 SAT9 Level 3 and Level 4 as the baseline data, Agueda Johnston
DISTRICT GOAL           Middle School will reach 90% or more of its students in Level 3 and 4 in its Adequate Yearly
                        Progress (AYP) by SY 2013-2014.


                              Beginning SY2004 and subsequent years, AIJMS will meet its AYP for Math for each
SCHOOL GOAL(s)
                               grade level. (See chart 10, 11, 12)


                              Beginning SY2004-05 until SY 2013-2014, AIJMS will meet its AYP of the following:
                                 o 9.2% for 6th grade Reading
MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES
                                 o 8.6% for 7th grade Reading
                                 o 8.6% for 8th grade Reading




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Math Chart 9


                                                     Grade 7 Math

                 90

                 80

                 70

                 60
                                                                                           Level 1
    Percentage




                 50                                                                        Level 2

                 40                                                                        Level 3
                                                                                           Level 4
                 30

                 20

                 10

                 0
                      SY 00-01      SY 01-02            SY 02-03     SY 03-04   SY 04-05
                                                      School Year

Note: SY2004-2005 SAT 10 was administered to all grade levels




                                                                27
Math Chart 10




                                     6th Grade Math

                90

                80

                70
                                                                   6th Grade
                60                                                 Math

                50

                40                                                 District
                                                                   Goal

                30

                20                                                 Annual
                                                                   Yearly
                10                                                 Progress


                 0
                     SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY
                     03- 04- 05- 06- 07- 08- 09- 10- 11- 12- 13-
                     04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14




                                      28
Math Chart 11



                                    7th Grade Math

                90

                80

                70
                                                                   7th Grade
                60                                                 Math

                50

                40                                                 District
                                                                   Goal
                30

                20                                                 Annual
                                                                   Yearly
                10                                                 Progress

                 0
                     SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY
                     03- 04- 05- 06- 07- 08- 09- 10- 11- 12- 13-
                     04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14




                                      29
Math Chart 12


                                    8th Grade Math

                90

                80

                70
                                                                   8th Grade
                60                                                 Math

                50

                40                                                 District
                                                                   Goal
                30

                20                                                 Annual
                                                                   Yearly
                10                                                 Progress

                 0
                     SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY SY
                     03- 04- 05- 06- 07- 08- 09- 10- 11- 12- 13-
                     04 05 06 07 08 09 10 11 12 13 14




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  c. Action Plan
I. STUDENT PERFORMANCE – MATH
                                                Person(s)        Resources
Indicators           Action Steps                                                    Evaluation       Time Line         Status
                                               Responsible        Needed
A. STANDARDS & ASSESSMENT
    1        Conduct placement tests for      Math Teachers,    Placement           Student scores   May 2005,     Completed
             Connecting Math Concepts         Reading           tests for CMC,       on placement     1st two
             Program(CMC)                     Coordinators      WRAT                 tests            weeks of
                                                                                                      school year
                                                                                                      2005-06
    2        Implement Connecting Math        Math Teachers,    CMC teacher         Submission of    On-going      Nine classes
             Concepts Program for             Reading           and student          weekly DI                      using CMC
             students placing below 4th       Coordinators,     materials            written data                   program
             grade level                      Administrators                        Classroom
                                                                                     Observations
    3        Identify and address students’   Administrators,   SAT10 Item      Priority List by      End of 1st    Completed
             weakest skills in SAT10 as       Reading           Analysis report quarter               Quarter
             priority skills within the       teachers
             respective math classes
    4        Students will participate in     Administrators,    Item            Administrator      On-Going
             daily lessons developed by       Teachers            Analysis         weekly meeting
             using the revised curriculum                         reports          with teams
             guides that reflect an                              GPSS            Informal
             alignment of the SAT10 and                           Content          observations
             GPSS Content Standards                               Standards       Lesson Plans
             Provide training on              Principal         Training from    Training             March 2006    On-going
             Benchmark                        SAT 10            RP&E
    5        Tracker to trainers to learn     Coordinator
             how to build, administer,        Team Leaders
             score, and report on-going
             assessments in Language
             Arts, Reading, and Math.


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      Provide training to teachers to   Principal         Computers       Completed               March 2006    On-going
      develop student assessment        SAT 10            with Internet   assessments
  6   instruments with test items       Coordinator       access
      that are aligned with SAT 10      Teachers
      and National learning
      standards.
B. PERSONNEL QUALITY & ACCOUNTABILITY
  1   Provide pre-service & in-         NIFDI, Reading    Support             Teacher            Pre-service   Completed
      service CMC training for          First Center &    services from        attendance         training –    CMC trained
      designated math teachers          Reading           NIFDI & RFC         Submission of      Summer        math teachers –
                                        Coordinators      – to provide         weekly written     2005, In-     100%
                                                          trainers, CMC        DI data            service
                                                          materials &         Classroom          training –
                                                          training site        Observations       On as
                                                                                                  needed
                                                                                                  basis
  2   Conduct additional training for   Curriculum        Training            Multiple choice    On-going
      the Curriculum Director           Directors         materials,           tests created      (Based on
                                        trainers, RP&E,   Curriculum           through the        teacher
                                                          Director             Curriculum         request)
                                                          software             Director on file
                                                          installed
C. HOME SCHOOL CONNECTION
  1   Communicate with parents          Teachers,         Phone access,       Parent contact     On-going
      through telephone calls,          Counselors,       updated              logs
      conferences, student              Reading           student             Student
      planners, teachers’               Coordinators      demographics,        Planners
      notes/letters, quarterly          and               student
      progress reports & report         Administrators    planners,
      cards regarding student                             progress
      progress, school newsletter,                        reports &
      PTO meetings                                        report cards,
                                                          newsletter, site



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                                                       for PTO
                                                       meetings



                   AIJMS MASTERY LEVELS FOR MATHEMATICS
Percent of students in each Performance Level

      Grade 6              SY2000-01            SY2001-02         SY2002-03   SY2003-04   SY2004-05
      Level 1                                                                                69
      Level 2                                                                                24
                                                            N/A
      Level 3                                                                                 7
      Level 4                                                                                 0


      Grade 7              SY2000-01            SY2001-02         SY2002-03   SY2003-04   SY2004-05
      Level 1                 78                   73                12          76          75
      Level 2                 18                   20                21          20          20
      Level 3                  3                    6                 7           4           4
      Level 4                  1                    1                 1           0           0
      Grade 8              SY2000-01            SY2001-02         SY2002-03   SY2003-04   SY2004-05
      Level 1                                                                                75
      Level 2                                                                                19
                                                            N/A
      Level 3                                                                                 5
      Level 4                                                                                 0




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             B. STUDENT PERFORMANCE: Passing Rate
                                    In School Year 2004-2005, 20% of AIJMS students did not garner passing grades in the
  PROBLEM STATEMENT
                                    areas of Language Arts, Reading, and Math; therefore, there is a need to decrease this
                                    percentage this school year. (See chart 13)

                                    All middle schools will reach “Satisfactory” performance (85%) or better of its students
  DISTRICT GOAL
                                    achieving passing grades in the areas of Language Arts, Reading, and Math.


                                    Each year, at least 85% of AIJMS’s students will achieve passing grades in the areas of
  SCHOOL GOAL(s)
                                    Language Arts, Reading, and Math.


                                    For School Year 2005-2006, greater than 85% of AIJMS’s students will achieve passing
  MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES
                                    grades (60% or higher) in the areas of Language Arts, Reading, and Math.




I. STUDENT PERFORMANCE
                                               Person(s)              Resources
Indicators           Action Steps                                                        Evaluation        Time Line           Status
                                              Responsible              Needed
SCHOOL PASSING RATE
    1        Students will participate in    Administrators     Marks Analysis,       Informal           On-going
             daily lessons developed by      Teachers           Item Analysis         observations,
             suing revised curriculum                           Reports, Mastery      Lesson Plans,
             guides that reflect the                            Tests Bank            Mastery Test
             alignment of the GPSS                                                    Scores
             Content Standards & SAT10
    2        Create standards-based          Content            Benchmark             Student scores     On-going
             assessments tools that          Teachers           Tracker Computer      on Mastery



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    address students’ weakest                       Program, Director,   Tests,
    skills                                          Quarterly Priority   Assessment
                                                    Skills Checklist     Tools on file,
                                                                         Marks Analysis
3   Provide tutorial services for   Team Teachers   Classrooms,          Student Report   On-going
    students needing additional                     Teachers,            Cards, Mastery
    assistance                                      instructional        Test Scores
                                                    materials
4   Communicate with parents on     Teachers        Phone Access and     Parent Contact   On-going
    a regular basis via telephone                   updates on student   logs
    calls, parent notes, team                       demographics
    meetings, student planners,
    etc.
5   Maximize learning by            Teachers        Instructional        Increased        SY05-06    On-Going
    providing meaningful                            materials, content   student
    homework to students                            standards, SAT10,    achievement
                                                    Instructional        rate, Teacher
                                                    objectives           Homework log




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Chart 13


                                    Passing Rate


           80.00%
           78.00%

           76.00%

           74.00%
           72.00%
           70.00%

           68.00%
                    School Year 2003 - 2004        School Year 2004 - 2005



            School Year            Passing Rate for Reading, Language Arts and Math
            2003 – 2004                                  73%
            2004 – 2005                                  80%


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  IV. STUDENT PERFORMANCE: Percent at Levels 3 & 4
       C. 8th Grade Promotion Rate
                        For SY 2004-2005 100% of all AIJMS students were promoted to high school. There is a
PROBLEM STATEMENT       need to maintain the current percentage of students being promoted to high school in
                        subsequent years.


                        All middle school will reach “Satisfactory” performance level *85%) or better of its 8th grade
DISTRICT GOAL
                        students promoted to high school.


                        Each year, 85% or better AIJMS students will complete the middle school curriculum
SCHOOL GOAL(s)
                        requirements and subsequently be promoted to high school.


MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES   This school year, 100% of AIJMS’s 8th grade students will be promoted.




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                                                STUDENT BEHAVIOR
  IIa. Attendance Rate
SCHOOL                              AGUEDA I. JOHNSTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
PROBLEM STATEMENT                   During School Year 2004-2005, an average of 93% of the student population attends school
                                    daily. Therefore, there is a need to increase this percentage this school year. (See chart 14)

DISTRICT GOAL                       All middle schools will reach “satisfactory” performance (70%) or better of its students attending
                                    school on a daily basis.
SCHOOL GOAL(s)
                                              Each year, AIJMS’s Average Student Daily Attendance rate will be 70% or better.
MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES
                                    For School Year 2005-2006, AIJMS’s Average Daily Attendance rate will be 70% or better.


II. STUDENT BEHAVIOR
                                                Person(s)          Resources
Indicators           Action Steps                                                      Evaluation       Time Line            Status
                                               Responsible          Needed
STUDENT ATTENDANCE RATE
A. STANDARDS & ASSESSMENT
    1        Implement a semesterly           Teachers, Asst.    Team                Perfect          2nd Semester     New
             school wide recognition          Principal,         generated           attendance
             program to recognize students    Student Support    perfect             awards checklist
             with perfect attendance (i.e.    Office (SSO)       attendance
             monthly raffles, perfect                            listing; school
             attendance certificate,                             bulletin, news
             recognition in school bulletin                      letter, funding
             and newsletter.)                                    for certificates.
    2        Incorporate perfect attendance   Teachers, Asst.    Perfect             Perfect          SY 2005-2006     On-going
             recognition into school wide     Principal, SSO     attendance          attendance



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      end of Semester Awards                             listing; funding awards checklist
      Program.                                           for certificates
                                                         and other
                                                         incentives.
  3   Maintains implementation of     Teachers, Asst.    Attendance       Copies of        SY 2005-2006      On-going
      school Attendance Referral      Principal, SSO;    Referral Forms referrals made
      Procedure for truant students   Counselors,                         to SSO
      and to provide services (i.e.   Truant Officer
      counseling, etc.)
B. PERSONNEL QUALITY & ACCOUNTABILITY
  1   Conduct training of teachers    Asst. Principal,   Teacher           Use of proper       Teacher       On-going
      for student attendance record   SSO                Record Book,      codes in            Orientation
      keeping and reporting                              Daily             recording and       and faculty
      procedures.                                        Attendance        reporting           meetings
                                                         Reporting         attendance.
                                                         Sheet
  2   Conduct training for SSO        Senior SSO         Sample Daily      Columbia            July 2006     On-going
      clerical staff for proper       clerical staff     Attendance        generated
      procedure to input attendance                      Reporting         printout
      data in the Columbia System.                       Sheet.            attendance data
                                                                           with 100%
                                                                           accuracy.
C. HOME SCHOOL CONNECTION
  1   Communications with parents     Teachers, Asst.    Attendance          Signed copies       SY 2005-    On-going
      regarding truant students via   Principal, SSO     Record Book,        of letters sent     2006
      telephone, letter, etc.                            Attendance          home, and call
                                                         Referral Report     logs.
  2   Conferences with parents on     Teachers, Asst.    Attendance          Summary of          SY 2005-    On-going
      solutions for reducing          Principal, SSO     Record Book,        conference with     2006
      absences.                                          Attendance          identified
                                                         Referral Report     solutions.




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Chart 14




                    Student Attendance Rate History

                                                                          93%
           93.00%
                                 92%
           92.00%
                                       91.30%
                                                                 91%
           91.00%                                  90.60%
           90.00%     89.70%

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                                               STUDENT BEHAVIOR
  IIb. DISCIPLINE RATE: Suspension or Expulsion
SCHOOL                             AGUEDA I. JOHNSTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
                                   During School Year 2004-2005, AIJMS’s discipline rate was 30%. Therefore, there is a need to
PROBLEM STATEMENT
                                   decrease this percentage this school year. (See chart 15)


                                   All middle schools will reach or exceed “satisfactory” performance level (15% or less) in its
DISTRICT GOAL
                                   discipline rates.


                                   During School Year 2005-2006, AIJMS will reach or exceed “satisfactory” performance level
SCHOOL GOAL(s)
                                   (15% or less) in its Student Discipline Rate.


MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES              For School Year 2005-2006, AIJMS will decrease its Student Discipline Rate by 15%.



II. STUDENT DISCIPLINE
                                               Person(s)          Resources
Indicators          Action Steps                                                    Evaluation         Time Line           Status
                                              Responsible          Needed
STUDENT DISCIPLINE RATE
    1        Implement the Immediate Safe    Administrators,    Donated time,    Log of activities   SY 2005-2006     On-going
             Schools Action Plan which       counselors,        supplies, and    for each
             contains the following          teachers,          printing         program.
             programs:                       students, DYA,     expenses.
                 Youth Crime Watch          and other
                 Crime Stoppers             government



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         D.A.R.E.                    agencies.
         Peer Mediation
         Peer Counseling
2   Establish a “Safe Schools         Asst. Principal,   Donated time,   Meeting minutes SY 2005-2006         On-going
    Council” to address crime and     SSO; faculty       supplies.       and intervention
    violence                          and staff.                         strategies.
3   Conduct student assemblies        Asst. Principal,   Multi-media for Survey of        Beginning of        On-going
    to address student behaviors      SSO                power point     students         each
                                                         presentation                     Semester
4   Hold regular meetings with        Asst. Principal,   Room for        Meeting          SY 2005-2006        New
    various student leadership        SSO; Advisors,     meetings and    minutes.
    organizations to discuss          Student            donated time.
    methods to deter or eliminate     Leaders
    school crime and violence
5   Implement interventions that      Asst. Principal,   Brochures on    Telephone logs,       SY 2005-2006   On-going
    address school level discipline   SSO                types of        letters, referrals,
    issues such as “It Takes a                           programs        etc.
    Village,” Sanctuary’s Anger                          available
    Management, DYA’s Chansa,
    Project I’Famaguonta, and
    Juvenile Division programs as
    alternatives
6   Implement training for school-    Administrators,    Funding for     Training               SY 2005-      New
    wide discipline system such as    consultant,        consultant.     attendance            2006
    the Positive Behavior System      faculty and                        checklist.
    (PBS) program                     staff.
7   Implementation of Character       Administrators,    Space and       Evidence of           SY 2005-2006   New
    Development class and in-         teacher            funding         student work
    school suspension.
8   Maintain lunch-time and after     Asst. Principal,   Work supplies   Attendance            SY 2005-2006   On-going
    school work-detail as an          SSO, school                        checklist
    intervention strategy.            aides, and
                                      custodians




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A. PERSONNEL QUALITY & ACCOUNTABILITY
  1   Provide training to new             Counselors,        Training          Training          SY 2005-2006   On-going
      advisors and student for            service            space,            attendance
      various programs such as            providers.         materials, and    checklist.
      peer mediation, crime watch,                           funding
      etc.
  2   Provide training to all staff and   Administrators,    Funding           Training          SY 2005-2006   New
      faculty on the PBS program          consultant                           attendance
                                                                               checklist.
  3   Identity teachers needing           Administrators     Funding           Certificate of    SY 2005-2006   On-going
      classroom management skills                                              passing grade
      and require training for these
      teachers.
B. HOME SCHOOL CONNECTION
  1   Establish two-way                   Administrators,    Student           Written           SY 2005-2006   On-going
      communication channels              faculty            planners,         communication
      regarding student behavior                             telephone,        in student
      between school and parents.                            letters,          planners,
                                                             progress          telephone logs,
                                                             reports,          signed letters
                                                             referral forms,   and referral
                                                             etc.              forms, etc.
  2   Parents’ conference with            Grade level        Supplies for      Conference        SY 2005-2006   On-going
      grade level teams on                teams              minutes taking    minutes
      improving student behavior.

  3   Parents’ conference with            Asst. Principal,   Supplies for      Conference        SY 2005-2006   On-going
      Student Support Office on           SSO                minutes taking    minutes
      improving student behavior.




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Chart 15


                             Student Discipline Rate


           40.00%
           35.00%
           30.00%
           25.00%
           20.00%
           15.00%
           10.00%
            5.00%
            0.00%
                    School Year 2003 - 2004        School Year 2004 - 2005




           School Year                              Student Discipline Rate
           2003 – 2004                                       37%
           2004 – 2005                                       30%


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             EMPLOYEE ATTENDANCE RATE
                                    During School Year 2004-2005, an average of 10% of the employee population did not
  PROBLEM STATEMENT
                                    report to work daily. Therefore, there is a need to decrease this percentage this school year.
                                    All middle schools will reach “Satisfactory” performance (90%) or better of its employees
  DISTRICT GOAL
                                    reporting to work on a daily basis.
  SCHOOL GOAL(s)                    Each year, AIJMS’s Average Employee Daily Attendance rate will be 90% or better.
                                    For School Year 2005-2006, AIJMS’s Average Employee Daily Attendance rate will be
  MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES
                                    greater than 90%.


III. SCHOOL CHARACTERISTICS
                                               Person(s)         Resources
Indicators           Action Steps                                                   Evaluation        Time Line           Status
                                              Responsible         Needed
EMPLOYEE ATTENDANCE RATE
    1        Immediate supervisors closely   Principal          Regular          Pay Period         SY05-06          On-Going
             monitor employee attendance     Assistant          meetings to      Ending
             and hold periodic meetings      Principals         hold             Payroll
                                                                evaluations      Documents
    2        Implement an incentive and      Principal          Funding for      Increased          January 2005     On-Going
             rewards program for             Assistant          incentives       Attendance         – June 2006
             employees with perfect          Principals         Timekeeper       Rate
             attendance every month:         Social             Social
                  Monthly Perfect           Committee          Committee
                   Attendance Certificates
                   issued at faculty
                   meetings
                  Letter of Recognition
                   and Commendation
                  Coordinate with Social
                   Committee to provide
                   rewards




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A. PERSONNEL QUALITY & ACCOUNTABILITY
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