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									                                                     ROUND ROCK ISD
                                2010-2011 District/Campus Improvement Plan


Strategic Goal I:     Ensure achievement for all students
Focus Area 1:         Accelerate TAKS gains for economically disadvantaged, African American, and Hispanic students to reduce the
                      achievement gap
Leadership:
                      Vision:

                      Achieve an overall passing rate of 90% on TAKS scores in Math and Science for Hispanic, African American, and
                      Economically Disadvantaged student groups to meet Exemplary status.

                      Use collaborative, professional development systems that function interdependently to analyze student data and improve
                      instructional capacity for all teachers. (PLC Process and Research Based Instructional Practices)



                       Leadership Person(s): Campus Administrative Team and Learning Leadership Team
Information and        Data Collected and Analyzed: TAKS data for all sub populations for the previous two years. Course failure
Analysis:               rates for key sub populations.
Student Stakeholder    Data Trends: Achievement in sub populations trending upward. Sub Populations Data 2010 TPM not included:
Focus:                  AA: Reading 90% met, Math 65% met, Social Studies 93% met, Science 74% met; Hispanic: Reading 89% met,
                        Math 68% met, Social Studies 93% met, Science 76% met; EcD: Reading 87% met, Math 65% met, Social Studies
                        93% met, Science 73% met

Professional            Training Needs:
Development/Human     1. Train all teachers in the use of the RRISD Student Data Portal.
Resources Focus:      2. Train all PLC teams in the use of the Multifunction printer to score common assessment.
                      3. Pilot Measures of Academic Progress in Double Block Algebra I, Double Block Geometry, TAKS Remediation
                         and ELL Populations.




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                           4. Provide professional development training and time for interdependent, collaborative learning systems:
                                  Sustain the Professional Learning Communities’ capacity to analyze student achievement data, set SMART
                                     Goals, and plan collaboratively within common curricular areas.
                                  Continue Marzano Instructional Training with an emphasis on The Art and Science of Teaching and
                                     Formative Assessment and Standards Based Grading. (Supt. Grant Application Sent)
                                  Use cross-curricular ABC groups to share best practices and analyze student achievement as it relates to
                                     specific instructional and classroom management strategies.
                                  Implement the concept of Instructional Rounds.
                                  Utilize a Response to Intervention Pyramid to trigger specific interventions for at-risk students.

Change Strategy:           Failure Is Not An Option Principles (1-6)
                           X Develop common mission, vision, values & goals
                           X Ensure achievement for all students; creating systems for prevention & intervention
                           X Create/support collaborative teaming focused on teaching & learning
                           X Use data to guide decision making and continuous improvement
                               Gain active engagement from family and community
                           X Build sustaining leadership capacity




                                                          Start       Finish                                               Resources
     Process Management-Specific Action Steps and          Date        Date             Responsibility                    Costs/Services
     Time Lines for Each Change Strategy                 00/00/00    00/00/00
1.   Collaborative teams will analyze student data by    Ongoing     Ongoing     PLC Teams                         Teacher Portal, Late Start
     content, grade and teacher for the purpose of                                                                 Common Planning Time
     assessing strengths and concerns in student
     achievement and instructional gaps:

2.   PLCs will turn in a copy of their SMART goals and     9/4/10     5/27/11
     provide administrators with ongoing evidence of
     monitoring for progress and implementation of
     interventions within each PLC.



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 3.   Implement customized observational protocols to     9/15/10   5/15/10
      measure exact elements of teaching that have been
      or will be provided to the staff through
      professional development.
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Process Results (Benchmarks & Others):

Strategic Results (TAKS):




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                                                       ROUND ROCK ISD
                                           2010-2011 District/Campus Improvement Plan



Strategic Goal I:     Ensure achievement for all students
Focus Area 2:         Increase the percentage of all students reaching the commended level as a means to increase college and career
                      readiness
Leadership:           Vision: Achieve a minimum of 25% Commended on Reading/ELA and Math for the All Students and EOD groups.

                       Leadership Person(s): Campus Learning Leadership Team
Information and        Data Collected and Analyzed: TAKS data for all sub populations for the previous two years. Course failure
Analysis:               rates for key sub populations.
Student Stakeholder    Data Trends: Commended rates have remained mostly flat over the past several years. 2010 Commended
Focus:                  subpopulations data TPM not included: AA: Reading 21%, Math 8%, Social Studies 46%, Science 11%;
                        Hispanic: Reading 22%, Math 15%, Social Studies 43%, Science 16%; White: Reading 42%, Math 37%,
                        Social Studies 72%, Science 35%; EcD: Reading 20%, Math 12%, Social Studies 40%, Science 12%
Professional           Training Needs:
Development/Human
Resources Focus:          1. Train campus on the 2011 Performance Measures as they pertain to commended performance.

                         2. Train teachers in the use of Proficiency Level Rubric/Scales to clearly define learning progressions for concepts
                             identified in the ARRC and TEKS.
Change Strategy:      Failure Is Not An Option Principles (1-6)
                      X Develop common mission, vision, values & goals
                      X Ensure achievement for all students; creating systems for prevention & intervention
                      X Create/support collaborative teaming focused on teaching & learning
                      X Use data to guide decision making and continuous improvement
                          Gain active engagement from family and community
                          Build sustaining leadership capacity




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                                                       Start     Finish                      Resources
      Process Management-Specific Action Steps and     Date       Date     Responsibility   Costs/Services
      Time Lines for Each Change Strategy            00/00/00   00/00/00
 1.   PLCs will develop SMART Goals, with an          9/15/10    5/15/11
      emphasis on increasing commended performance
      within each core curricular area.
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                                                             ROUND ROCK ISD
                                                 2010-2011 District/Campus Improvement Plan



Strategic Goal I:         Ensure achievement for all students
Focus Area 3:             Increase the percentage of underrepresented minority students enrolled in Advanced Placement, Dual Credit,
                          International Baccalaureate, and Algebra I (middle school) courses
Leadership:               Vision: Increase the number of African American, Hispanic, and Economically Disadvantaged students enrolled in
                          AP or Dual Credit classes to correlate or exceed RRHS student population percentages.

                              Leadership Person(s): Learning Leadership Team and Counselors

Information and               Data Collected and Analyzed: PSAT, ACT, SAT, TAKS
Analysis:
Student Stakeholder           Data Trends: Data shows a continued growth in the numbers of students in AP and Dual Credit for all sub
Focus:                         populations as compared to enrollment from previous year.

Professional                  Training Needs: Identify, recruit, and train teachers who meet the criteria to teach AP and/or Dual Credit.
Development/Human
Resources Focus:
Change Strategy:          Failure Is Not An Option Principles (1-6)
                          X Develop common mission, vision, values & goals
                          X Ensure achievement for all students; creating systems for prevention & intervention
                          X Create/support collaborative teaming focused on teaching & learning
                          X Use data to guide decision making and continuous improvement
                          X Gain active engagement from family and community
                              Build sustaining leadership capacity


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     Process Management-Specific Action Steps and           Date        Date              Responsibility                   Costs/Services
     Time Lines for Each Change Strategy                  00/00/00    00/00/00
1.   Identify minority/underrepresented students who      Ongoing     Ongoing                                      Counselors using (PSAT,
     show potential in succeeding in advanced classes                                                              ACT, SAT, TAKS).

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 2.   Communicate to students and parents the                Ongoing   Ongoing   Counselors                   Student one on one meetings
      advantage of taking AP and Dual Credit classes as                                                       and 9th grade four year
      a strategy for college preparation.                                                                     planning meetings.

 3.   Incorporate Dual Credit classes within the school      Ongoing   Ongoing   Admin. Team                  Time and training for
      day.                                                                                                    scheduling.
 4.   Train additional teachers in AP methods to expand      Ongoing   Ongoing   Admin. Team and LLT team.    Time and cost for AP training
      the capacity of AP teachers on our campus                                                               workshops.
 5.   Apply for additional Dual Credit courses to be         Ongoing   Ongoing   Admin. Team, Lead            Time
      taught on our campus.                                                      Counselor, Registrar
 6.   Search for additional dual credit options outside of   Ongoing   Ongoing   Admin. Team and Counselors   Time
      ACC.
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                                                           ROUND ROCK ISD
                                               2009-2010 District/Campus Improvement Plan



Strategic Goal I:       Ensure achievement for all students
Focus Area 4:           Increase the graduation rate for Economically Disadvantaged, African American, and Hispanic students
Leadership:               Vision: Increase the graduation rate for African American, Hispanic, and Economically Disadvantaged students to a
                           minimum level of 95% for each group.
                          Leadership Person(s): Learning Leadership Team


Information and         Data Collected and Analyzed: TAKS, attendance, graduation plans, credits, course grades, discipline data,
Analysis:               parent/guardian contact information. Track recovery numbers from the community learning walk. Analyze monthly
                        attendance and dropout.

                        Hot list of potential non-graduates for identification regarding type and level of need for interventions.



Student Stakeholder         Data Trends: Currently recovered all subpopulations to over 95%.
Focus:
Professional                Training Needs:
Development/Human
Resources Focus:
Change Strategy:        Failure Is Not An Option Principles (1-6)
                            Develop common mission, vision, values & goals
                        X Ensure achievement for all students; creating systems for prevention & intervention
                            Create/support collaborative teaming focused on teaching & learning
                        X Use data to guide decision making and continuous improvement
                        X Gain active engagement from family and community
                            Build sustaining leadership capacity


                                                          Start         Finish                                                  Resources
     Process Management-Specific Action Steps and          Date          Date              Responsibility                      Costs/Services
     Time Lines for Each Change Strategy                 00/00/00      00/00/00
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 1.   Conduct a community learning walk to recover         9/18/10   9/24/10   Admin. Team and Dropout        District Vehicles, Volunteer
      students who have opted to drop out or not return                        Recovery Specialist.           staff members to conduct walk
      to school.
 2.   Identify students who are not on academic credit     Ongoing   Ongoing   All staff led by Admin. Team   Stipends for Nova Nights and
      pace with their cohort and find a credit recovery                        at all grade levels.           Saturday tutoring sessions.
      option that fits their needs.                                                                           Online curriculum delivery
                                                                                                              options.
 3.   Create a collaborative team of campus                8/30/10   Ongoing   Attendance Committee,          Staff attendance team member
      professionals to focus on attendance and drop-out                        Admin. Team, Dropout           time. Admin. Asst. time to
      prevention throughout the entire year.                                   Specialist                     work directly on attendance
                                                                                                              and drop-out monitoring.
 4.   Create list of potential non-graduates in the 2011   Ongoing   Ongoing   Entire Campus led by Ms.       Time to meet, technology to
      cohort and categorize them into levels of                                Natalie Nichols, Associate     manage the documentation for
      intervention needed and type of intervention                             Principal.                     interventions for specific
      needed. Counselors and principals meet as a team                                                        students. Assistance from
      throughout the year to monitor and adjust for                                                           district to create intervention
      students on the list as needed.                                                                         plans and access data
                                                                                                              regarding students at risk of
                                                                                                              dropping out.
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                                                          ROUND ROCK ISD
                                              2010-2011 District/Campus Improvement Plan



Strategic Goal II:      Create systems that support a safe, orderly, and nurturing environment
Focus Area 1:           Fully develop and implement customer service training for all employees
Leadership:               Vision: Implement district training model when it is available
                          Leadership Person(s):


Information and             Data Collected and Analyzed:
Analysis:
Student Stakeholder         Data Trends:
Focus:
Professional                Training Needs: Direction from district as to the model and mode of delivery for the training model.
Development/Human
Resources Focus:
Change Strategy:        Failure Is Not An Option Principles (1-6)
                        X Develop common mission, vision, values & goals
                            Ensure achievement for all students; creating systems for prevention & intervention
                            Create/support collaborative teaming focused on teaching & learning
                            Use data to guide decision making and continuous improvement
                        X Gain active engagement from family and community
                            Build sustaining leadership capacity


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     Process Management-Specific Action Steps and        Date        Date             Responsibility               Costs/Services
     Time Lines for Each Change Strategy               00/00/00    00/00/00
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                                                           ROUND ROCK ISD
                                               2010-2011 District/Campus Improvement Plan



Strategic Goal III:      Use data to guide decision making and continuous improvement for effective and efficient operations
Focus Area 1:            Provide adequate resources for instruction improvement
Leadership:                Vision: Obtain grants and allocate funding from the campus budget to send administrators and teachers to
                            professional development regarding PLCs, Formative Assessment, RTI, and Quality Instructional Practices.
                           Leadership Person(s):


Information and             Data Collected and Analyzed: Training attendees will meet as a group with Dr. Warrick to debrief the
Analysis:                    conference and plan for the implementation of the concepts derived from the training.

Student Stakeholder         Data Trends: Since last April, over 60 of our staff have attended a PLC national training. Our entire staff
Focus:                       has been trained in The Art and Science of Teaching and Formative Assessment and Standards Based
                             Grading. We have dispatched two teams to attend special training in classroom assessment and RTI.

Professional                Training Needs:
Development/Human
Resources Focus:
Change Strategy:         Failure Is Not An Option Principles (1-6)
                         X Develop common mission, vision, values & goals
                         X Ensure achievement for all students; creating systems for prevention & intervention
                         X Create/support collaborative teaming focused on teaching & learning
                         X Use data to guide decision making and continuous improvement
                             Gain active engagement from family and community
                         X Build sustaining leadership capacity


                                                         Start      Finish                                               Resources
     Process Management-Specific Action Steps and        Date        Date             Responsibility                    Costs/Services
     Time Lines for Each Change Strategy               00/00/00    00/00/00
1.   PLC Institute team attend training in October     10/19/10    10/21/10    Mrs. Nichols and Mr. Scott        PD budget funds and funds
                                                                                                                 from DATE grant.

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 2.   Assessment team attend classroom assessment           10/5/10   10/6/10    Mrs. Nichols and Dr. Warrick   DATE Grant Funds
      training in Dallas
 3.   All teachers on the campus received training in the   8/19/10   10/11/10   Mrs. Nichols                   Dee Carney and Campus
      use of the teacher portal for data analyses.                                                              Tech. Specialists.
 4.   Train all campus PLCs on the use of the multi-        8/19/10   10/11/10   Mrs. Nichols
      function printer for scoring of common
      assessments.
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