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					                Mobile County Public School System

                           SAE 2009-2011 Appendices

                     Old Shell Road Magnet School
                                               School



                     ____________________________________________________________
                                    Chairperson’s Signature/Date



                     ____________________________________________________________
                                      Principal’s Signature/Date




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                                                           Mobile County Public School System
                                                         Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                   Fund Source Checklist
                                                                        Appendix A
School Name:       Old Shell Road Magnet School

Directions: Check the appropriate box to indicate the funds that are utilized at the school. List the total amount that is allocated to the school for the
following fund sources: Title I (4110), Title II (4130), and State Funds (1110). List the Full Time Equivalent Units (FTE) for the following sources: IDEA
(3210), At-Risk (1410), Migrant (4115), and Local (6001).
      Check
 appropriate box                                     Fund Sources                                                            Allocation
                                                            State
                   Technology (state) (1110/0003)
                   Staff Development (state) (1110/0004)
                   Library Enhancement (state) (1110/0005)
                   Instructional Allocation (state) (1110/0001)
                   At-Risk (Retract-state) (1410)
                   Pre-K (At-Risk-state) (1410)
                   High Hopes (1240)
                   Alabama Reading Initiative (ARI-state) (1230)
                                                           Federal
                   Title I (4110)                                                                                                                          66,309
                   Title II (4130)
                   IDEA (Special Education) (3210)
                   Reading First (4111)
                   Technology (Title II, D) (4136)
                   Career Tech Education (3310)
                   Migrant (4115)
                   Pre-K (Federal) (4110)
                   Pre-K (Federal) (4110-1)
                   School Improvement (4120)                                                          TBD
                                                         Local/Other
                   Local (6001)
                   Other (4210)                                                                                                                            41,282
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                                                                       Mobile County Public School System
                                                                    Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                   Title I Staff Summary for Title I Paid Personnel
                                                                                    Staff Summary
                                                                                     Appendix B
School Name:                    Old Shell Road Magnet School

Directions: Fill in the appropriate information in the columns below.

                              Description                            Total Number of Personnel         Full Time Equivalent         Funds Used (Salaries and Benefits)

                                                                      Title I    Title I    Title I   Title I   Title I   Title I    Title I      Title I      Title I
                                                                      Part A     Part C     Part D    Part A    Part C    Part D     Part A       Part C       Part D

                                Function     Object      Program
       Program Staff             Code        Code         Code        4110        4115       4116      4110     4115      4116       4110          4115         4116
Elementary K-6                    1100        010          1200
Secondary 6-12                    1100        010          1500
Elem. Intervention Teacher        1100        011          1200         1                               0.5                          33614
Sec. Intervention Teacher         1100        011          1500
Elem. Data Intervention           1100        011          1200
Sec. Data Intervention            1100        011          1500
Elementary Counselor              2120        044          8210
Secondary Counselor               2120        044          8210
Elem. Media Specialist            2220        072          8220
Sec. Media Specialist             2220        074          8220
Elem. Instructional Para.         1100        101          1200
Sec. Instructional Para.          1100        101          1500
Media Paraprofessional            2220        105          8220
Parent Organizer                  2190        399          5100
Parent Manager                    2190        143          5100
Nurse - RN                        2140        121          8210
Nurse - LPN                       2140        131          8210
Health Para.                      2140        102          8210
Attendance Paraprofessional       2110        109          8210
Retract Paraprofessional          1100        101          1700
Other:


Total                                                                   1          0           0        0.5       0         0        33614          0            0
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                                                                                    Mobile County Public School System
                                                                                  Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                                      Title I Job Description(s) - Template
                                                                                                   Appendix C

Directions: Use the template provided to compile a job description for each person paid with Title I funds.

School:                               Old Shell Road Magnet School               School Year:          2009-2010 Name: Paul Simmons                                               Position: Intervention Teacher/Title I Facilitator

Funding Source:                                       4110                       FTE:                       0.5


Job Description:                  The Intervention Teacher/Title I Facilitator will maintian pentinent Title I records and serve as a remediation teacher for half of the instructional day.



Duties:                           Duties include, but are not limited to:
                                                                         •       Teaches students for 50% of the school day and serves as chairperson for the School Action for Excellence Committee.
                                                                         •       Assists staff in collecting, analyzing, and interpreting school data and reports.
                                                                         •       Maintain pertinent Title I records of the following:
                                                                         •         Title I, ARRA Budgets, and the Electronic Workbook (Monitor School Improvement, Rewards, & Sanctions Budgets)
                                                                         •         State Allocation Budgets (Technology, Library Enhancement, Etc.)
                                                                         •         Parental Involvement
                                                                         •         Requisitions, Purchase Orders, and Special Payrolls
                                                                         •         Time and Efforts Log
                                                                         •       Assumes any and all responsibilities assigned by the Assistant Superintendent of Federal and Special Programs.
                                                                         •


Measures of Progress:             Quarterly Reviews, Budget Expenditure Reports, Electonic Budget Worksheet, Quarterly EQT scores for small goups of assigned students, SAT, ARMT, and
                                  DIBELS


Signature of Principal:                                                                                                                                                                Date:


Signature of School Improvement Specialist:                                                                                                                                            Date:
The signatures above indicate that the duties listed above will be monitored and assessed to ensure effectiveness of the strategy and to ensure supplementing, not supplanting.



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                Intervention Teacher/Title I Facilitator




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                                              Mobile County Public School System
                                                        Daily Schedule
                                                                Appendix C
School Name: Old Shell Road Magnet School
Name: Paul Simmons                                                                 Position: Counselor
       Time                                          Duties                                     Room/Grade
M-T 7:30 - 2:30                              Parenting responsibilities            K-3
W-Th 7:30 - 2:30                               Classroom guidance                  K-3


F                                                     BBSST                        K-3
                                            Group/Individual Counseling            K-3




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                                                                                    Mobile County Public School System
                                                                                  Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                                      Title I Job Description(s) - Template
                                                                                                   Appendix C

Directions: Use the template provided to compile a job description for each person paid with Title I funds.

School:                                                                          School Year:                          Name:                                                      Position:

Funding Source:                                                                  FTE:


Job Description:



Duties:                           Duties include, but are not limited to:
                                                                         •
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                                                                         •


Measures of Progress:



Signature of Principal:                                                                                                                                                               Date:


Signature of School Improvement Specialist:                                                                                                                                           Date:
The signatures above indicate that the duties listed above will be monitored and assessed to ensure effectiveness of the strategy and to ensure supplementing, not supplanting.



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                 Mobile County Public School System
                           Daily Schedule
                               Appendix C
School Name:
Name:                                                 Position:
       Time           Duties                                      Room/Grade




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                                                                                    Mobile County Public School System
                                                                                  Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                                      Title I Job Description(s) - Template
                                                                                                   Appendix C

Directions: Use the template provided to compile a job description for each person paid with Title I funds.

School:                                                                          School Year:                          Name:                                                      Position:

Funding Source:                                                                  FTE:


Job Description:



Duties:                           Duties include, but are not limited to:
                                                                         •
                                                                         •
                                                                         •
                                                                         •
                                                                         •
                                                                         •
                                                                         •
                                                                         •
                                                                         •
                                                                         •


Measures of Progress:



Signature of Principal:                                                                                                                                                               Date:


Signature of School Improvement Specialist:                                                                                                                                           Date:
The signatures above indicate that the duties listed above will be monitored and assessed to ensure effectiveness of the strategy and to ensure supplementing, not supplanting.



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                 Mobile County Public School System
                           Daily Schedule
                               Appendix C
School Name:
Name:                                                 Position:
       Time           Duties                                      Room/Grade




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                                           Mobile County Public School System
                                                Division of Academic Affairs
                                                      BBSST Schedule
School Name: Old Shell Road Magnet School
BBSST Facilitator: Andrea Simmons
                 Month                                   Date                             Location

August                        8/28/2009                                         OSR Media Center

September                     9/25/2009                                         OSR Media Center

October                       10/23/2009                                        OSR Media Center

November                      11/20/2009                                        OSR Media Center

December                      12/11/2009                                        OSR Media Center

January                       1/22/2010                                         OSR Media Center

February                      2/19/2010                                         OSR Media Center

March                         3/19/2010                                         OSR Media Center

April                         4/23/2010                                         OSR Media Center

May                           5/14/2010                                         OSR Media Center


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                                                                        Mobile County Public School System
                                                                     Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                    Title I Identification of Underserved Population
                                                                                         Appendix D
   The following information should be included in the Appendix Section of the School Action for Excellence Plan.

   1. Identify and provide a count of the following population sub-groups in the school. Prepare a list by names for file documentation.
      ● Sub-groups
        1. Migrant 2. Limited English Proficient (LEP) 3. Neglected or Delinquent 4. Homeless
   At present none of the underserved population sub-groups are served at Old Shell Road Magent School.




   2. If any or all of these populations exist at your school, complete the following:

     ● Identify and describe in the SAE all the academic services provided for each sub-group. Also, if you receive additional funds (federal or state) indicate the source and amount
        in the SAE plan.
     ● The services include but are not limited to:
        1. Extended day services 2. Tutorial 3. Parental assistance and contacts 4. Uniform assistance
   At present none of the underserved population sub-groups are served at Old Shell Road Magent School.




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                                                                     Mobile County Public School System
                                                                  Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                 Title I Identification of Underserved Population
                                                                                      Appendix D

   3. If none of these populations exist in the school, complete the following procedures and include as a part of your SAE:
      ● Include a statement indicating which underserved populations are not presently on your campus.
      ● Indicate which services would be provided if students enroll during the school year.
      ● Suggestions for services include:
         1. Extended day services 2. Tutorial 3. Preferential placement of targeted/at-risk student 4. Parental assistance and contacts 5. Uniform assistance
      ● Include a statement on the identification and referral of new students to the Central Office.
   At present there are no Migrant, Limited English Proficient, Neglected or Delinquent, or Homeless students enrolled at Old Shell Road Magnet School. Services for students
   identified as a member of one or more of these sub-groups will be immediately provided as set forth by the MCPSS policy statement, including the following: Extended Day Services,
   Tutorial Services, preferential placement of targeted/at risk students, parental assistance/contacts, uniform assistance, and any other service as deemed necessary. After
   identification of said sub-group, these students will be referred to the proper Central Office Division.




     4. Comprehensive services for each of these sub-groups (Migrant, Limited English Proficient, Neglected or Delinquent, and Homeless) are provided through the following
     district wide initiatives: 1. Migrant - Department of Special Programs 2. LEP - Department of Special Programs                                                               3.
     Neglected or Delinquent - Division of Federal Programs 4. Homeless - Student Support Services

   Note: If there are other special populations (i.e., Indian, Hawaiian, and Alaskan Native) in the school, those populations must also be addressed.




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                                                                           Mobile County Public School System
                                                                         Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                               Extended Day (After School) Tutorial Program Overview and Budget
                                                                                          Appendix E
                                                                          School Name: Old Shell Road Magent School
 Directions: Complete the information below. All extended learning opportunities must include the following: a pretest and a posttest to measure academic progress; collaboration with
 the regular teacher; a progress report from the school to the home; and services that are aligned to the individual academic needs of the children.
 *Documentation must be on file for review by central office staff.
 Principal:                                                                                    Karen P. Hilsee
 Tutoring Program Contact Person:                                                              Karen P. Hilsee
 What are the extended day start and end dates?                                                Beginning October 2009 and ending March 2010 (16 weeks)
 List the days and times of extended day sessions.                                             Tuesday/Thursday 2:45-3:45 (2 hours per week) October 2009 - March 2010
 *Extended day attendance must be consistent and reasons for
 dismissal must be documented.
 List the days and times of the planning sessions.                                                    1 hour per week planning and collaboration with regular teacher (day and time to be agreed
 *Intervention plans must be made according to student needs. A maximum of                            upon by teachers)
 30 minutes per day is allowed as a stipend.
 What is the focus of the program?                                                                    Reading and Math, Grade 2 & Grade 3
 (List the content area(s) and grade span.)
 What are the scientifically based research instructional strategies or                               Scott Foresman Reading Street series, Fountas & Pinnell Phonics, Everyday Calendar
 programs used in extended day?                                                                       Math, Scott Foresman Addison Wesley Math series
 *Intervention plans must be current.
 How was your staff selected?                                                                         HQ teachers interviewed and hired by principal
 *Selection of staff must be based on high quality teachers.
 What is the teacher - student ratio?                                                                 1:6 student-teacher ratio
 What are the criteria for selection?                                                                 Classroom teachers will assess and identify students with the greatest need in the area of
 *Selection of students must be based on the comprehensive needs assessment                           reading and/or math using the following criteria: students scoring below the proficiency level
 of the school and student.                                                                           on CRT's (70%), DIBELS (benchmark level) and below stanine 5 on SAT-10.
 What is the method of collaboration between the regular program and                                  Written Extended Day Collaboration Report with checklist and comments.
 the extended day program?
 *Collaboration must be documented and current.
 What method will be used to inform parents of the progress of students enrolled in                   Bi-weekly Extended Day Collaboration Report with checklist and comments.
 extended day? How often will this occur? *Documentation should be on file.
 What method will be used to inform all stakeholders of the progress of students enrolled in          Bi-weekly Extended Day Collaboration Report with checklist and comments. Data
 extended day? How often will this occur? *Documentation should be on file.                           Meetings.
 How will you know if goal is reached? Criteria of Mastery                                            F=proficiency level on CRT's (70%), DIBELS (benchmark level)
 *List formative and summative evaluations - pre/post assessments.
                                                                                                      S=Stanine 5 or better on SAT-10
 Complete the itemized budget on the next page.
 *The itemized budget must include all funding resources needed for effective implementation of the
 extended day tutorial program.

  Principal's
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                                                             Mobile County Public School System
                                                           Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                       Extended Day Tutorial Program Overview and Budget
                                                                          Appendix E

                            School Name:         Old Shell Road Magnet                                     Funding Source(s):           4110


     Budgeted Expenses

     Salaries/Fringes (Program Staffing Cost):
       Number of Teaching Positions                                         2
       Number of Teaching Hours                                            32
       Number of Planning Hours                                            16
       Number of Coordinating Hours                                         0
       Total Number of Hours                                               96

    Total Salaries and Fringes
        Total hours                                                        96 x $25.00 (Hourly Rate) x 1.1977 (Fringe Rate)     $   2,850.48

     Materials and Supplies:
         Description:




     Professional Development:
         Description:




     Other Specify:


     Total Expenses for the Program                                                                                             $   2,850.48




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                                                                       Mobile County Public School System
                                                                     Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                         Extended Day (Summer School) Tutorial Program Overview and Budget
                                                                                    Appendix E
                                                                                    School Name:      Old Shell Road Magent School

 Directions: Complete the information below. All extended learning opportunities must include the following: a pretest and a posttest to measure academic progress; collaboration with
 the regular teacher; a progress report from the school to the home; and
 Principal:                                                                                Karen P. Hilsee
 Tutoring Program Contact Person:                                                          Karen P. Hilsee
 What are the extended day start and end dates?                                            July 19, 2010 - July 22, 2010
 List the days and times of extended day sessions.                                         Monday - Thursday, July 19-22, 2010
 *Extended day attendance must be consistent and reasons for                               8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
 dismissal must be documented.
 List the days and times of the planning sessions.                                                    .5 hours per day during session
 *Intervention plans must be made according to student needs. A maximum of
 30 minutes per day is allowed as a stipend.
 What is the focus of the program?                                                                    Reading and Math, Grades K, 1, 2
 (List the content area(s) and grade span.)
 What are the scientifically based research instructional strategies or                               Scott Foresman Reading Street series, Fountas & Pinnell Phonics, Everyday Calendar
 programs used in extended day?                                                                       Math, Scott Foresman Addison Wesley Math series
 *Intervention plans must be current.
 How was your staff selected?                                                                         HQ teachers interviewed and hired by principal
 *Selection of staff must be based on high quality teachers.
 What is the teacher - student ratio?                                                                 1:8student-teacher ratio
 What are the criteria for selection?                                                                 Classroom teachers will assess and identify students with the greatest need in the area of
 *Selection of students must be based on the comprehensive needs assessment                           reading and/or math using the following criteria: students scoring below the proficiency level
 of the school and student.                                                                           on CRT's (70%), DIBELS (benchmark level) and below stanine 5 on SAT-1
 What is the method of collaboration between the regular program and                                  Written Extended Day Collaboration Report with checklist and comments.
 the extended day program?
 *Collaboration must be documented and current.
 What method will be used to inform parents of the progress of students enrolled in                   Bi-weekly Extended Day Collaboration Report with checklist and comments.
 extended day? How often will this occur? *Documentation should be on file.
 What method will be used to inform all stakeholders of the progress of students enrolled in          Bi-weekly Extended Day Collaboration Report with checklist and comments. Data
 extended day? How often will this occur? *Documentation should be on file.                           Meetings.
 How will you know if goal is reached? Criteria of Mastery                                            F=proficiency level on CRT's (70%), DIBELS (benchmark level)
 *List formative and summative evaluations - pre/post assessments.
                                                                                                      S=Stanine 5 or better on SAT-10
 Complete the itemized budget on the next page.
 *The itemized budget must include all funding resources needed for effective implementation of the
 extended day tutorial program.

  Principal's
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                                                             Mobile County Public School System
                                                           Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                       Extended Day Tutorial Program Overview and Budget
                                                                          Appendix E

                            School Name:         Old Shell Road Magnet                                     Funding Source(s):           4210


     Budgeted Expenses

     Salaries/Fringes (Program Staffing Cost):
       Number of Teaching Positions                                         3
       Number of Teaching Hours                                            16
       Number of Planning Hours                                             2
       Number of Coordinating Hours                                         0
       Total Number of Hours                                               54

    Total Salaries and Fringes
        Total hours                                                        54 x $25.00 (Hourly Rate) x 1.1977 (Fringe Rate)     $   1,603.40

     Materials and Supplies:
         Description:




     Professional Development:
         Description:




     Other Specify:


     Total Expenses for the Program                                                                                             $   1,603.40




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                                                             Mobile County Public School System
                                                          Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                  Pyramid of Intervention
                                                                         Appendix E
     Intervention is defined as a systematic plan that ensures that students in every course or grade level will receive additional time and support for
   learning as soon as they experience difficulty in acquiring essential knowledge and skills. The initial interventions occur during the school day and
 students are required rather than invited to devote the extra time to learning. The school’s administrative team is responsible for scheduling the extra
       support during the school day. In addition to the embedded intervention, Extended Day opportunities may be available to targeted students.
                                      Complete the information below that details the embedded intervention plan for your school.


TIER I- Pro- Active Universal/ School- Wide strategies

    1. Student Planners/Organizers
    2. Data Meetings
    3. Weekly Grade-Level Newsletters


Tier II- Small Group Targeted Strategies

   1. Embedded Intervention
   2. Teacher Conference with Parents
   3. Extended Day Intervention **
   4. Students Placement on Weekly Progress Reports
**Extended day intervention does not begin until October 2009-use strategy #4 until extended day intervention begins


Tier III- Individualized Strategies

    1. Building Based Student Support Team (BBSST) Referral
    2. Special Education Referral
    3. Individual Behavioral Contract



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                                                                              Mobile County Public School System
                                                                            Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                                  Appropriate Use of Title I Funds
                                                                                            Appendix F

                      Title I funds must be used to improve academic achievement of the disadvantaged (Identified Title I Schools Only)
    ● Purpose of Funds
      ○ To ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum,
         proficiency on challenging state academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.
    ● Use of Funds
      ○ Must be based on the school's comprehensive needs assessment
      ○ Must be based on the mandated school wide / targeted assistance components
      ○ Pre-School
      ○ Extended Day
      ○ Summer School
      ○ Transitional Activities
      ○ Staff Development
      ○ LEP
      ○ Homeless
      ○ School Choice
        • Supplemental Services
        • Transport
      ○ Neglected Students
      ○ Delinquent Students
      ○ Parenting
      ○ Health Services
    ● Inappropriate Use of Funds
      ○ May not use funds for construction or capital improvements
      ○ May not use funds to supplant
      ○ May not use funds to purchase food items
      ○ May not use funds to purchase or to lease vehicles
      ○ May not use funds to purchase or lease copiers

    Note: In no case may Title I funds be used to supplant - - take the place of - - funds from non-Federal sources. In addition, Title I funds may not be used to purchase teacher units that would have normally
    been obtained with non-Federal funds. However, certain supplemental teacher units may be purchased using Title I funds such as:
      ● Reading Coach
      ● Math Coach




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                                                                     Mobile County Public School System
                                                                   Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                       Appropriate Use of Parenting Funds
                                                                                   Appendix F

    Parental Involvement funds may be spent on the following:

      ●   Transportation to Make and Take or Parent Meetings
      ●   Childcare Expenses
      ●   Parenting Consultant Fees
      ●   Research Based Parental Involvement Programs
      ●   Parenting Subscriptions
      ●   Parent Organizers
      ●   Volunteer Programs
      ●   Family Literacy Kits
      ●   Technology Classes and Software for Parents
      ●   Parenting Resource Centers
      ●   Parenting Materials such as Books, Videos, Brochures, etc...
      ●   Literacy Classes
      ●   Parenting Newsletters
      ●   TV/VCR combinations for Parent Centers Only
      ●   Workshop Materials
      ●   Summer Reading Materials
      ●   System wide Parenting Day
      ●   Positive Discipline Kits
      ●   Equipment for Parents to use in Resource Centers
      ●   Family Reading or Math Nights
      ●   Parenting Workshops

          Note: Food items and participation incentives are NOT an appropriate use of Title I Parenting Funds.




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                       Mobile County Public School System
                     Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                    Title I Budget
                                     Appendix G




                Insert Title I Budget
                  on system form




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                                                        Mobile County Public School System
                                                      Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                Title I Itemized Budget
                                                                       Appendix G


                                                         School Name:        Old Shell Road Magnet School

Directions: Complete an itemized budget based on the school's total allocation using the following format. Be specific under each category.
Make sure the total allocation balances.

Total Title I Budget Allocation:       $                        66,309.00

Exhibit B                                                                          Exhibit E
 Salaries                                                                           Purchased Services             $                           8,443.00
   Professional                        $                        33,614.00
     Para-professional                                                             Exhibit F
                                                                                    Contracted Services            $                           2,400.00
Exhibit C
 Stipends                              $                          4,427.00         Exhibit G
                                                                                    Total Equipment
Exhibit C1
 Substitutes                           $                            340.00         Exhibit H
                                                                                    Total Travel
Exhibit D
  Materials and Supplies               $                        17,085.00          Total Allocation:               $                          66,309.00
Computer hardware                                                   13,357
Classroom libraries                                                    600
Classroom supplies                                                   2,050
Parenting Supplies                                                   1,078




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                                                                      Mobile County Public School System
                                                                    Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                          Appropriate Use of Title II Funds
                                                                                    Appendix H

    Title II funds must only be used to provide staff development for teachers.

    Purpose:

    Title II of the No Child Left Behind Act promotes increased district accountability to improve student achievement. To this end, all receiving districts will use Title II funds to
    prepare, train, and/or recruit highly qualified teachers, principals/assistant principals and, in appropriate cases, paraprofessionals, through effective professional development
    activities.

    Sample Services/Activities:

      ●   Mainstream content teacher training for those educators working with English Language Learners
      ●   Maysville Math, ARI Training
      ●   SECME, Technology Training
      ●   Curriculum revision and professional development for teachers in Language Arts/Writing, Mathematics, Reading, Science, and Social Studies
      ●   Implementation of National Staff Development Council's Revised Standards of Staff Development as required by NCLB
      ●   Data Meetings, SAE Development

    Guidelines:

    All programs funded through Title II must be aligned with state academic content standards, student achievement standards, state assessments, and LEA curricula. Furthermore,
    all programs must be based on a review of scientifically based research and adhere to the principles of staff development outlined by the National Staff Development Council.

    Inappropriate use of Funds:

      ● May not use funds to purchase equipment
      ● May not use funds for direct instruction of students
      ● May not use funds to pay cost incurred to train substitutes




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                       Mobile County Public School System
                     Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                   Title II Budget
                                     Appendix I




                Insert Title II Budget
                  on system form
                      (If Applicable)




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                                                          Mobile County Public School System
                                                        Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                                                  Itemized Title II Budget
                                                                        Appendix I

                                                           School Name:       Old Shell Road Magnet School

  Directions: Complete an itemized budget based on the school's total Title II allocation using the following format. Be specific under each
  category. Make sure the total allocation balances.

  Total Title II Budget Allocation:

  Exhibit C
     Stipends

  Exhibit C1
     Substitutes

  Exhibit D
     Materials and Supplies for Professional Development use

  Exhibit F
     Contracted services for Professional Development

  Exhibit H
     Total Travel

  Total Allocation:                                                            $                                                               -




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                       Mobile County Public School System
                     Division of Federal and Special Programs
                                   State Budgets
                                    Appendix J




                Insert State Budgets
  (To be inserted September 2009 final draft)




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                         Mobile County Public School System
                       Division of Federal and Special Programs
                              Local School Technology Plan
                                       Appendix K


                Local School Technology Plan
                      (includes IMPACT Goals 1-4)
                                  and
                    Inventory Summary

The local school technology plan, which includes
    the inventory, is required to be submitted
 annually to the district, and, once approved, will
 form the basis of the district’s technology plan,
     which is required for E-Rate application.

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                                                                              Local School Technology Plan 2009-2011
School Name: Old Shell Road Magnet School                                                                                                  Date: May 15, 2009
Goal 1: All MCPSS students, teachers, and administrators will effectively use technology as an integrated tool for teaching, leading, and learning to
master local, state, and national standards.
                                                                                                                                                 Level of




                                                                       Impact Obj No.
                                                                                                                                               Performance
                                                                                                                                                                                                Budget   Budget
PDCA                            Strategy                                                               Impact objective                    All, Most, Some, None IMPACT Data Source             Source   Amount

                                                                                                                                             Current         Target


                                                                                        Students meet the Technology Literacy Content
         1. Follow the current Technology Course of Study                                                                                 not yet
                                                                     1.1                Standards found in Alabama’s Technology Course of                             Classroom observation
         and Pacing Guide.                                                                                                                measured
                                                                                        Study.

         2. Conduct effective communications from school-to-
         home and from home-to-school about school programs                             Teachers meet local, state, and national technology                           STI Home Hits
         and student progress including compacts and the Annual
P                                                               1.3                     standards (see AL State Technology Standards in the some       all            Teacher Web Sites up to
         Title I meeting. (Annual Title I meeting, Compacts,
         home/school folders, newsletters.)                                             Appendix of this document).                                                   date

         2. Conduct quarterly data meetings to analyze scored
         writing samples, verify consistency in scoring samples,
         and track student progress (with training and follow-up).                      Teachers use technology to gather and analyze data
W                                                                    1.7                                                                   most        all            Data Notebook
                                                                                        for improving student achievement.


         3. Incororate Technology into Mathmatics including
         Smartboards, Computer Lab, and CPS Units.
                                                                                        Teachers model the appropriate use of technology                              Review of teacher
M                                                                    1.6                                                                   some        most
                                                                                        tools and resources.                                                          lesson/daily plans




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                                                                     Local School Technology Plan 2009-2011
School Name: Old Shell Road Magnet School                                                                                         Date: May 15, 2009
Goal 2: All Alabama students, teachers, and administrators will benefit from a broad range of educational opportunities and resources through the
use of technology.
                                                                                                                                       Level of




                                                            Impact Obj No.
                                                                                                                                     Performance
                                                                                                                                                                             Budget   Budget
PDCA                       Strategy                                                         Impact objective                      All, Most, Some, None IMPACT Data Source   Source   Amount

                                                                                                                                    Current     Target



                                                                             Distance learning opportunities are provided to
        N/A                                               2.3
                                                                             enhance learning and access to curriculum content.


        2. Use a variety of grouping configurations for
        instruction: whole group, flexible small group,
                                                                             Technology resources are provided to support the
        individual. Grouping to be determined by
R                                                         2.2                learning and technology needs of the school and      some        most       AR Reports
        formative assessment(s).
                                                                             community




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                                                                    Local School Technology Plan 2009-2011
School Name: Old Shell Road Magnet School                                                                                            Date: May 15, 2009

Goal 3: All MCPSS teachers and administrators benefit from high-quality, research-based professional development and supports necessary to achieve local,
state, and national standards and courses of study.
                                                                                                                                         Level of




                                                               Impact Obj No.
                                                                                                                                       Performance
                                                                                                                                        All, Most, Some,                        Budget   Budget
PDCA                         Strategy                                                          Impact objective                                            IMPACT Data Source
                                                                                                                                              None                              Source   Amount

                                                                                                                                      Current     Target

          3. Implement monthly grade level meetings to plan,
                                                                                Administrators use a variety of evaluation data to
          implement, analyze classroom lessons, evaluate                                                                                                   Data Notebook
IS                                                           3.3                make decisions related to technology professional    some       most
          student work and disaggregate data from CRT's,                                                                                                   Quiztrax Reports
                                                                                development.
          SAT 10, ARMT.




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                                                              Local School Technology Plan 2009-2011
School Name: Old Shell Road Magnet School                                                                                     Current Local School Technology Inventory Summary 2009-2010

Goal 4: All MCPSS students, teachers, and administrators will have access to the appropriate technology resources and infrastructure necessary to support
teaching, leading, and learning.
                                                                                                                                   Level of




                                                         Impact Obj No.
                                                                                                                                 Performance
                                                                                                                                                           IMPACT Data             Budget   Budget
PDCA                       Strategy                                                      Impact objective                     All, Most, Some, None          Source                Source   Amount

                                                                                                                                Current     Target

         1. Implement MCPSS Reading Curr., PreK-5
         with focus on content standards (AL COS,                         School buildings have the recommended ratios of
         SAT10, ARMT, DIBELS, CRTs) using the                             Internet-enabled computers and the infrastructure
R                                                      4.3                                                                    some        most        Physical inventory reports
         newly adopted reading text, Reading Street.                      necessary to support learning, communication, and
         Use SuccessNet to enhance the overall                            administrative goals of the district.
         program.




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                                          Current Local School Technology Inventory Summary 2009-2010
      School Name: Old Shell Road Magnet School                                                    Date: May 15, 2009


                                          School         Admin        Teacher        Classroom     Computer Lab       Library       Other
                                         Enrollment    Computers     computers       Computers      Computers        Computers    Computers
           Computers in School              230            5            12               59             0                8            0
                 Desktops                                  4             9               59              0               8
                 Laptops                                                 3
                Tablet PCs                                 1
                Netbooks

            High Speed Internet         Admin Office    Teacher    Computer Lab      Classroom       Library           Other     Total Student
          Connected Computers            Computers     computers    Computers        Computers      Computers        Computers    Computers
       (Includes all computers except
                                              5           10             3               56              8               0            67
          Windows 98 Computers)
                 Desktops                     4            9                             56              8                                    64
                 Laptops                                                 3
                Tablet PCs                    1            1
                Netbooks


                                                                   Classrooms                      Classrooms       Classrooms   Classrooms
                                 Total                             with 0          Classrooms with with 2           with 3       with 4
                                 Classrooms                        Computers       1 Computer      Computers        Computers    Computers
       Classrooms with Computers       21                                                 5               2                2            7


                                                                   Admin Offices   Admin Offices   Admin Offices
                                        Total Admin                with 1          with 2          with 3 or more
                                        Offices                    Computer        Computers       Computers
        Administrative Offices with
                                              1                                                          1
               Computers




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                                                                                                        Total
                                                                                                   (should equal
                                                                                                  total number of
                                          0 thru 12           13 thru 36         37 thru 60            school
                                          Months              Months             Months             computers)

                Age of Computers                   3                   27                54             84


                                          Admin               Classroom          Other
      Handheld Computers (PDA's
              and Palms)                           1                   1


                                          Mounted             Mounted NOT
                                          Unified             Unified      Mobile                                   Smart       Other
          Interactive Whiteboards                                        2                    3                             5

                                          Smart               School Pad         Other
                Interactive Slates                        1                 1

           Classroom Response             Senteo              CPS                Other
                 Systems

                                          Smart               Other
            Document Cameras                                                14

                                                                                                       Networked printers
                                location Office               Office
                                   Type
                           (ex. HP laserjet) HPLaserjet       HPLaserjet
                                  Model
                               (ex. 4100n) 4050N              P2015dn
                              IP address 10.32.72.40          10.32.72.59
                              admin use X                     X
                            teacher use
                            student use




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nology Inventory Summary 2009-2010
                     Date: May 15, 2009


                                          Total Student
                                           Computers
                                                67




                                          Classrooms
                                          with 5 or
                                          more
                                          Computers
                                                 5




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                           Total

                            2


                           Total
                            5

                           Total
                            2

                           Total
                            0

                           Total
                            14

      Networked printers




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                         Mapping Local SCHOOL Data to IMPACT Goals and Objectives
                Goal 1: All MCPSS students, teachers, and administrators will effectively use technology as
                an integrated tool for teaching, leading, and learning to master local, state, and national
                standards.
                   1.1    Students meet the Technology Literacy Content Standards found in Alabama’s Technology Course of Study.
                          Number of students completing technology-specific courses
                          2nd grade and 5th grade checklists
                          Technology specific rubrics
                          Samples of student work
                          Classroom/student observations
                          IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 1, 4
                   1.2    Students regularly make use of current and emerging technology in the learning process.
                          Samples of student work
                          Classroom observations
                          Review of teacher lesson/daily plans
                          Computer lab usage logs
                          Equipment (e.g., projectors, laptop cart) check-out logs
                          IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 2, 3, 4
                   1.3    Teachers meet local, state, and national technology standards
                          (see AL State Teacher Technology Standards).
                          PDP plan
                          Teacher PEPE evaluations
                          Review of teacher lesson/daily plans
                          Samples of teacher/student work
                          Technology Staff Development agendas
                          E2T2 grant participation
                          Classroom observations
                          STIPD history
                   1.4    Teachers effectively and equitably map instructional technologies to specific content standards and levels of student learning.
                          PEPE 1.2.2, 1.3.1, 1.3.4, 2.3.8
                          Samples of teacher/student work
                          Review of teacher lesson/daily plans
                          Computer lab usage logs with standards
                          Equipment (e.g., projectors, laptop cart) check-out logs
                          IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 10, 16, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, 27
                   1.5    Teachers appropriately and regularly assign learning activities that integrate the use of technology tools.
                          PEPE 2.3.9
                          Samples of teacher/student work
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                       Review of teacher lesson/daily plans
                       Computer lab usage logs
                       Equipment (e.g., projectors, laptop cart) check-out logs
                       IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 2, 3, 4
                1.6    Teachers model the appropriate use of technology tools and resources.
                       PEPE classroom observations
                       Samples of teacher/student work
                       Review of teacher lesson/daily plans
                       IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 15, 20, 21, 22, 23, 28,
                1.7    Teachers use technology to gather and analyze data for improving student achievement.
                       TestTrax/QuizTrax, STI Classroom Module use
                       Data Meeting agendas
                       IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 16, 18, 19
                1.8    Educators use technology to communicate with stakeholders at the local, district, and state level.
                       Web pages of teachers, schools, districts complete and updated
                       IVC logs
                       E-mail reports
                       IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 21, 22, 23
                       IMPACT Administrator Survey questions: 2, 3, 4
                1.9    Administrators meet local, state, and national standards (see AL State Technology Standards for
                       Administratorst).
                       PDP plan
                       Local Technology Committee minutes and/or reports
                       Samples of teacher/student work
                       E2T2 grant participation
                       STIPD History
                1.10   Administrators use technology to gather and analyze data to assess instructional effectiveness and monitor student achievement.
                       PEPE for administrators
                       AYP
                       TestTrax/QuizTrax, STI Principal Module use
                       Data Meeting agendas
                       IMPACT Administrator Survey questions: 12, 13, 14, 15,




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                         Mapping Local SCHOOL Data to IMPACT Goals and Objectives
                Goal 2: All MCPSS students, teachers, and administrators will benefit from a broad range of
                educational opportunities and resources through the use of technology.
                   2.1    Educators will foster and nurture an environment that supports innovative uses of technology.
                          Alabama Educational Technology Conference (AETC) attendance
                          NECC attendance
                          E2T2 grant participation
                          Review of teacher lesson/daily plans
                          Classroom observations
                          Samples of teacher/student work
                          IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 1, 11, 12, 13, 14
                          IMPACT Administrator Survey questions: 18, 19, 20
                   2.2    Technology resources are provided to support the learning and technology needs of the school and community.
                          E2T2 grant participation
                          ALEX account enrollment
                          TRIP professional development
                          Students with AVL home access cards
                          MarcoPolo professional development
                          STI Home hits
                          RTA net use
                          Homework Alabama notification and use
                          School and teacher websites up-to-date
                   2.3    Distance learning opportunities are provided to enhance learning and access to curriculum content.
                          ACCESS enrollment
                          Distance Learning logs
                          Review of teacher lesson/daily plans
                          Appalachian Region Commission (ARC) reports
                          IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 28, 29
                          IMPACT Administrator Survey questions: 22, 23, 24, 25, 26




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                         Mapping Local SCHOOL Data to IMPACT Goals and Objectives
                Goal 3: All MCPSS teachers and administrators benefit from high-quality, research-based
                professional development and supports necessary to achieve local, state, and national standards
                and courses of study.
                   3.1   Teachers, administrators, and school staff are provided high-quality, research-based, job-embedded, technology professional development that
                         is aligned with local, state, and national standards and course of study content standards.
                         STIPD history reports
                         Participant evaluations from local professional development
                         Local professional development agendas
                         PLCIAs
                         IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 6, 7
                         IMPACT Administrator Survey questions: 5
                   3.2   Teachers and administrators are provided with adequate resources (such as release time, compensation, reimbursement, materials, etc.) to
                         enable their participation in professional development opportunities within the district and off-site.
                         Local budgets for training, substitutes, and other materials/resources
                         E2T2 Grant participation
                         Specific Curriculum Grade Level Meeting attendance
                         IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 30, 31, 32
                         IMPACT Administrator Survey questions: 27, 28, 29
                   3.3   Administrators use a variety of evaluation data to make decisions related to technology professional development.
                         STIPD history reports
                         Participant evaluations from local professional development
                         Local professional development agendas
                         PLCIAs
                         IMPACT Teacher Survey questions: 33
                         IMPACT Administrator Survey questions: 30




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                         Mapping Local SCHOOL Data to IMPACT Goals and Objectives

                Goal 4: All MCPSS students, teachers, and administrators will have access to the appropriate
                technology resources and infrastructure necessary to support teaching, leading, and learning.

                   4.1   Instructional spaces, library media centers, and administrative offices have sufficient network bandwidth to support the learning,
                         communication, and administrative goals of the district.
                         Computer lab (and other computer location) usage logs
                         Classroom and lab observations
                         IMPACT Administrator Survey Question 31
                   4.3   School buildings have the recommended ratios of Internet-enabled computers and the infrastructure necessary to support learning,
                         communication, and administrative goals of the district.
                         Local State Technology Budget
                         Local school technology purchase records/budgets
                         Physical inventory reports
                   4.4   School buildings will have the recommended ratios of technology tools available to support the learning, communication, and administrative
                         goals of the district.
                         Local State Technology Budget
                         Local school technology purchasing records/budgets
                         Physical inventory reports
                         Equipment (e.g., projectors, laptop cart) check-out logs
                   4.8   Schools create and maintain Web sites as vehicles for communicating to parents and the community and extending school resources to
                         students outside of the school day.
                         School and teacher School Insites websites up-to-date




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                                                TEACHER TECHNOLOGY STANDARDS
 Alabama Code 290-640-030-.01: Approved by the Alabama Board of Education, August 12, 2004; effective, September 16, 2004.

 i. Identify and evaluate technology resources and technical assistance (i.e., those available on-line and on-site within a school and district setting).


 ii. Assess advantages and limitations of current and emerging technologies, and on-line/software content to facilitate teaching and student learning.

 iii. Develop and implement a classroom management plan to ensure equitable and effective student access to available technology resources.
 iv. Model safe, responsible, legal and ethical use of technology and implement school and district acceptable use policies including fair-use and
 copyright guidelines and Internet user protection policies.
 v. Design, implement, and assess learner-centered lessons and units that use appropriate and effective practices in teaching and learning with
 technology.
 vi. Use technology tools including, but not limited to, spreadsheets, webpage development, digital video, the Internet, and email for instruction,
 student assessment, management, reporting purposes and communication with parents/guardians of students.
 vii. Facilitate students’ individual and collaborative use of technologies including, but not limited to, spreadsheets, webpage development, digital
 video, the Internet, and email to locate, collect, create, produce, communicate, and present information.
 viii. Design, manage, and facilitate learning experiences incorporating technologies that are responsive to a diverse set of learners, learning styles
 and special needs of all students (i.e., assistive technologies for students with special needs).
 ix. Evaluate students’ technology proficiency and students’ technology-based products within curricular areas.
 x. Use technology to enhance professional growth (i.e., through accessing web-based information, on-line collaboration with other educators and
 experts, and on-line professional courses).




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                                          Alabama State Technology Standards for Administrators
        i. Describe mechanisms for creating a shared vision for the comprehensive integration of technology, communicating that vision, and facilitating a
        process that fosters and nurtures a culture to achieve the vision.
        ii. Develop a technology plan including resource alignment (e.g., funding, staff and time, hardware/software, total cost of ownership) and
        demonstrate leadership skills necessary to integrate technology to support effective learning and administration.         ‐

        iii. Facilitate the selection and use of technologies appropriate for curriculum areas, instructional strategies, and student centered learning
        environments to maximize learning and teaching to meet the individual needs of all learners.
        iv. Apply and model technology applications and professional practices that demonstrate: knowledge of available technologies; existing Alabama
        and national technology standards for students, teachers, and administrators; related trends and issues; current research; and professional
        development resources in order to enhance professional practices of educational leaders, increase job related technology use, and improve the
        productivity of self and other school personnel.
        v. Use technology to facilitate effective assessment and evaluation, including:
                • The collection, analysis, and interpretation of data and communication of findings to improve instructional practice and student learning.
                • The use of assessment of staff knowledge, skills, and performance in using technology to facilitate quality professional development and
                guide personnel decisions.
                • The use of technology to assess and evaluate managerial and operational systems.
                • Assessment and evaluation of, using multiple methods, appropriate uses of technology resources for learning, communication, and
                productivity.                 ‐

        vi. Demonstrate responsible decision making that reflects understanding of social, legal, and ethical issues related to technology.




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                                2009-2010 Quarterly Review Plus/Delta School Summary
         Directions: Insert a plus or delta in the appropriate box. This form will be completed at each quarterly review. Signatures will be obtained
         each quarter.

           Strategy        Inclusion             ESL                   Interdisciplinary           Reading                Writing                   Math                 Science
           Review
            Date
                      Q1   Q2   Q3     Q4   Q1   Q2    Q3      Q4     Q1   Q2    Q3   Q4    Q1     Q2      Q3   Q4   Q1   Q2   Q3     Q4      Q1   Q2   Q3   Q4   Q1     Q2      Q3   Q4

                1

                2

                3

                4

                5

                6

                7

                8




                                                  Quarter 1 Participants               Quarter 2 Participants             Quarter 3 Participants             Quarter 4 Participants




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                                                                           2009-2010 Quarterly Reviews

Directions: Insert a plus or delta in the appropriate box. This form will be completed at each quarterly review. Signatures will be obtained each quarter.

    Strategy          Social Studies                       Language Arts                   HQ Faculty              Strategies to Attract               Parental Involvement               Transition
    Review
     Date
                 Q1     Q2       Q3       Q4          Q1     Q2   Q3       Q4       Q1       Q2          Q3   Q4   Q1    Q2       Q3       Q4          Q1   Q2    Q3    Q4        Q1       Q2          Q3   Q4
        1

        2

        3

        4

        5

        6

        7

        8




                             Quarter 1 Participants                             Quarter 2 Participants                        Quarter 3 Participants                          Quarter 4 Participants




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