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									   Peach Hill Academy




     Targeted Learning
Hitting The Mark For All Students
   The Story of
Peach Hill Academy




     2001-2009
New Administrative Team
Core Knowledge
What is Core Knowledge?
              The 4 S’s
• Solid
• Sequenced
• Specific
• Shared
    The Core Knowledge Curriculum
•   Language Arts
•   Mathematics
•   History
•   Geography
•   Science
•   Visual Arts
•   Music
                  Our Goal:
    To Become an Official Core Knowledge School


• Align all state standards to the Core
  Knowledge sequence
• Develop year long curricular maps at each
  grade level
• Implement 100% of the Core Knowledge
  Curriculum
        2004



Peach Hill Academy of
   Core Knowledge
            Heart to Heart
            Conversations

1. Establishing school norms

              2. Our beliefs:
                  The students come first in all we do
                   All children can learn
                    Staff Goals
• Research best instructional practices
  –   Staff Development



• Investigate interventions

• Maximize instructional time
                 Staff Goal #1
               Staff Development
•   Core Knowledge
•   Classroom Instruction That Works: Marzano
•   UCSB Partnership in Writing, 2003-2004
•   Data Team Training – Doug Reeves
•   Vocabulary Development - ADEPT
•   Strategies That Work: Harvey & Goudvis
•   Hollingsworth’s Explicit Direct Instruction –TAPPLE
•   Professional Learning Communities
•   Understanding Poverty: Dr. Ruby Payne
•   Kagan Structures
•   Step Up to Writing
   What is Data-Driven Decision
             Making?
• Data-driven decision making is using data
  that is gathered on a regular basis to
  inform planning, decision making, and
  reporting activities.
                    Schmoker (1998)
              Data Teams
• Collect and chart data results
• Analyze strengths and obstacles
• Set, review, or revise goals
• Identify instructional strategies/techniques
  to achieve goals
• Determine success indicators
     What does that look like at
           Peach Hill?
• Data Notebook
PEACH HILL ACADEMY




        DATA BOOK
     STAR Results 2007-2008
To be used for the 2008 school year
                                                                Peach Hill
                                                        2007 - 08 STAR Results
                       English Language Arts - Advanced and Proficient Numbers/Percentages
Grade level                     2nd            3rd         4th            5th         Totals                             2006-07
Advanced & Proficient only         # / Percent         # / Percent      # / Percent   # / Percent     # / Percent
Total # Tested                         116                 110               95            97             438
   All results                       80/69%              77/70%           64/67%        68/69%        284/69.8%         67.6% +2.2
Total # Econ. Disadv.                   29                  30               25            29             124
   ED results                        13/45%              11/37%            9/36%        14/48%         47/43.5%         32.2% +11.3
Total # English Learners                29                  30               25            29             100
   EL results                        11/45%               8/37%           11/36%         5/48%          40/40.8         29.2% +11.6
Total # Special Education               20                  11               12            10              68
   SE results                        12/60%               6/55%            6/50%         4/48%         29/52.7%         32.8% +19.9
Total # Hispanic                        34                  32               27            29             132
   Hispanic results                  18/53%              13/41%           13/48%        11/38%         53/45.3%        33.6% +11.7

                                     Math - Advanced and Proficient Numbers/Percentages
Grade level                           2nd                 3rd              4th           5th            Totals           2006-07
Advanced & Proficient only         # / Percent         # / Percent      # / Percent   # / Percent     # / Percent
Total # Tested                         116                 111               95            97             438
   All results                       98/85%              97/88%           72/75%        64/65%        324/79.4%         69.8% +9.6
Total # Econ. Disadv.                 29                  30               25            29               124
   ED results                       20/69%              20/67%           11/44%        13/45%          64/59.3%         41.7% +17.6
Total # English Learners              29                  30               25            29               100
   EL results                       16/69%              14/67%           12/44%        5/45%           52/53.1%         39.6% +13.5
Total # Special Education             20                  12               12            10                68
   SE results                       16/80%              10/83%           9/75%         5/38%            42/75%          44.1% +30.9
Total # Hispanic                      34                  32               27            29               132
Hispanic results                    26/76%              22/69%           14/52%        12/41%          73/62.4%         42.9% +19.5
          2007           2008                Actual             White     Hispanic      SES            EL           Spec Ed
        Overall API    Overall API           Growth

            862              878                 +16         919 (+7)     788 (+34)   781 (+39)     772 (+33)       763 (+37)
 2007/08                              2008/07
 ELA 35.2                             ELA 46.0
 Math 37.0                            Math 47.5
     What does that look like at
           Peach Hill?
• Data Notebook
• School goals
                        PEACH HILL ACADEMY
                        School Goals for 2008-2009


Academic Focus:
Creating a community of writers – writing in all content areas

Goal #1 for improving Student Achievement:
By the end of the 2008-2009 school year, the percentage of students who
score proficient or higher in Language Arts will increase from 69.8% to 80%

Sub population:   Total population tested is 417
ELL                40.8 to 46%
SES                43.5 to 46%
Hispanic           52.7 to 55%


Must move 53 students to proficient or higher
This is a minimum of 14 per grade level (focus on sub-pops)




Academic Focus:
Achievement of grade level proficiency for all students in Mathematics

Goal #2 for improving Student Achievement:
By the end of the 2008-2009 school year, the percentage of students who
score proficient or higher in Math will increase from 75% to 80%.

Sub population:    Total population tested is 417
ELL                53.1 to 62.4%
SES                59.3 to 62.4%
Hispanic           62.4 to 62.4%


Must move 68 students to proficient or higher
This is a minimum of 17 per grade level (focus on sub-pops)


Updated 10/3/08
     What does that look like at
           Peach Hill?
• Data Notebook
• School goals
• Grade level SMART goals, objectives, and
  action steps
PLANNED IMPROVEMENTS IN STUDENT PERFORMANCE/ACTION PLAN FOR STRATEGIC PLANNING
Academic Focus: Creating a community of writers – writing in all content areas
Goal for Improving Student Achievement: By June 2009, 80% of 1st Grade students will score proficient or higher in writing as
measured by District Writing Rubric.
Target group: 1st grade students
Performance target: 80%
Measurement instrument/s: 3rd trimester district writing assessment

DESCRIPTION OF SPECIFIC ACTIONS TO                       WHO IS                             RELATED
                                                                                                                  FINDINGS/
IMPROVE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT/                         RESPONSIBLE/            TIMELINE     EXPENDITURES
                                                                                                                 NEXT STEPS
          ACTION STEPS                                 INVOLVED

Objective: By December 2008, 80% of 1st            Classroom teachers   October 2008 –
grade students score proficient using the 1st                           December 2008
trimester district writing assessment.
Action steps to meet objective:
    *Writing in Target time
    *Journals 3-5 times per week
    *SUTW – sec 6, Write Better Sentences
    *Write 4 complete sentences on 1 topic
    *Writing homework 1 day per week
    *Connect weekly writing assignments to
    CK
    *1-2 writing activities for literacy centers
    *Use sentence frames as needed

Objective:

Action steps to meet objective:




Objective:
     What does that look like at
           Peach Hill?
• Data Notebook
• School goals
• Grade level SMART goals, objectives, and
  action steps
• Classroom logs and grade level logs
  – Data forms
                         Peach Hill Academy
                     CLASSROOM WRITING LOG


Teacher:                 ____________________


For December:

% of students receiving a 1     __________

% of students receiving a 2     __________

% of students receiving a 3     __________

% of students receiving a 4     __________

Who are you targeting? Set individual writing goals for those students.
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________

Materials or Resources necessary to reach goal:
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________

Specific plans to address improvement:
_____________________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________________
                           Peach Hill Academy
                         Reading Comprehension
                               First Grade
                            Grade Level Log

For June, using BRI for miscue and comprehension:

% of students receiving a 1               __________

% of students receiving a 2               __________
      Food for Birds
      Inst. on both miscue/comp
% of students receiving a 3               __________
      Fun With Leaves
      Ind./instr. on both miscue/comp
% of students receiving a 4               __________
      Zoo Work
      Instr. on both miscue/comp

Did you meet the reading comprehension grade level goal? What worked?
What areas do we need to work on?
_____________________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________________
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_____________________________________________________________
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Materials or Resources necessary to reach goal:
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________

Specific plans to address improvement:
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
     What does that look like at
           Peach Hill?
• Data Notebook
• School goals
• Grade level SMART goals, objectives, and
  action steps
• Classroom logs and grade level logs
  – Data forms
• Findings and next steps
PLANNED IMPROVEMENTS IN STUDENT PERFORMANCE/ACTION PLAN FOR STRATEGIC PLANNING
Academic Focus: Content literacy for all students and teachers

Goal # 1 for Improving Student Achievement: By June 2008 75% of kindergarten students will score proficient in
either the beginning of the year assessment of The Three Billy Goats Gruff, the mid-year assessment of The Three
Bears, or the end of the year The Three Pigs comprehension assessment.

Target group: All Kindergarten Students

Performance target: 75%

Measurement instrument/s: Reading Comprehension Assessment for The Three Billy Goats Gruff, The Three Bears, or The Three Pigs

DESCRIPTION OF SPECIFIC ACTIONS TO                  WHO IS                                     RELATED
                                                                                                                      FINDINGS/
IMPROVE STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT/                    RESPONSIBLE/             TIMELINE            EXPENDITURES
                                                                                                                     NEXT STEPS
          ACTION STEPS                            INVOLVED

Objective: By December 2007 65% of K          K Teachers           November to            N/A                    75% of the students
students will score proficient in The Three                        December 2007                                 scored proficient. 11
Billy Goats Gruff assessment.                                                                                    of the 19 children in
                                                                                                                 Room 6 were tested
Note: Those students in Room 6 who test at                                                                       in Spanish. Of those,
ADEPT level 1 will be assessed in Spanish                                                                        6 scored proficient.
to establish a baseline (December only).

Action steps to meet objective:
     Multiple readings
     Dramatization
     Use of sequencing picture cards
     Puppet activities re-enacting the story
     Practice retelling story with and
        without manipulatives
Objective: By March 2008 70% of K             K Teachers           January to March                              98% of the students
students will score proficient in The Three                        2008                                          scored proficient. All
Bears assessment. All students will be                                                                           were tested in
tested in English.                                                                                               English. Only one
                                                                                                                 child scored a 1 and
                                                                                                                 another scored a 2.
                                                                                                                 The 2 child has moved.
     What does that look like at
           Peach Hill?
• Data Notebook
• School goals
• Grade level SMART goals, objectives, and
  action steps
• Classroom logs and grade level logs
  – Data forms
• Findings and next steps
• Chart results
  – Grade level graphs
                                                              First Grade Reading Comprehension 2007-2008

                                             100
Percent of Students Proficient or Advanced




                                              80




                                              60
                                                                                                                   ALL
                                                                                                                   SES
                                                                                                                   EL
                                              40




                                              20




                                              0
                                                   Baseline           December                      March   June
                                             ALL      66                 50                          64      77
                                             SES      48                 25                          43      54
                                             EL       34                 22                          40      58
                                                                              Assessment Timeline
So where do you
 find the time?
                           PEACH HILL ACADEMY
                             Assessment Calendar
                                     For
                                  2008-2009

1. Inservices / Data Review
       September 22nd – 2 hour District inservice – Step Into Writing
       November 17th – 2 hour District inservice – (writing data?)
       December 11th - 2 hour inservice – data collection from report cards/goals
       January 26th – full day inservice –goals and assessments/writing
       February 12th – 2 hour inservice – data collection from progress reports/goals
       March 30th – full day inservice (split for 12/11, 2/12, 6/4)
       April 6th – 2 hour District inservice – data collection/goals
       June 4th – 2 hour inservice – data collection/goals met-not met

   DO has three 2 hour inservices instead of the full day on 11/26
   PH proposing three 2 hour inservices instead of the full day on 3/30.

2. Assessment Weeks
      October 13-17 (progress reports-Oct. 20 – conference week)
      November 10-14 for writing? Can then do writing exchange on the 17th
      November 17- November 25 (report cards – Dec. 8)
      January 26-30 (progress reports February 6)
      March 16-20 (report cards – March 31)
      STAR testing begins April 21. When do we want to assess for progress reports
         and data collections? (progress reports – May 8)
      May 5– June 3 – Need data for June 4th 2 hr.

      June 12 is final report cards

3. Data Teams
      8/25, 9/23, 10/14 Review test data, set school goals & grade level goal for
         year, set assessments (baseline) for week of 10/13-17 for progress reports
      11/17 Writing assessments for report cards
      12/11 Review data from report cards, set goals/assessments for 2/12
      1/26 Set goals and assessments for 3/16-3/20
      2/12 Review data from progress reports, check progress on goals
      4/6 Review data from report cards, set goals and assessments for 6/4
      6/4 End of year data – Did we meet grade level /end of year goals?

4. PH proposed dates instead of 3/30 3:15-5:15
      12/11
      2/12
      6/4
       Was this working?




In 2003, Peach Hill had the highest API
growth in the County with a 116 point gain!
   2004


  What
Happened?
In 2004 Peach Hill Academy
     became a Program
    Improvement School.
Our First Reactions
But you can’t keep a good school
              down!
            Facing the Facts


    Time to disaggregate data!

Our API results were:
  – White population gained 9 points
  – SES population dropped 16 points
  – EL population dropped 42 points
              Staff Goal #2
              Interventions

• Targeted Learning

• After School Intervention
   What is Targeted Learning?
• Targeted learning is a time during the
  school day where we differentiate
  instruction to meet the needs of all of our
  students. This includes intervention,
  grade level skills, ELD, and enrichment.
• Each grade level has a specific hour within
  the day.
• All resources are utilized during that
  specific grade level time.
CLASSROOM
CLASSROOM   TARGETED
CLASSROOM   TARGETED
Targeted Learning
Read Naturally Lab
Targeted Learning
Read Naturally Lab
Targeted Learning
Read Naturally Lab
Targeted Learning
 SuccessMaker
Targeted Learning
Reading Specialist
      Targeted Learning
Speech and Language Specialist
 Targeted Learning
Resource Specialists
      Targeted Learning
English Language Development
      Targeted Learning
English Language Development
      Targeted Learning
Small Group Reading Instruction
Targeted Learning
Grade Level Skills
Targeted Learning
   Enrichment
                    1st Grade Target Plan

Carlson    12:30 – 1:00         ELD – Language for Learning
                                (levels B&C)

           1:00 – 1:30          Remedial Reading – MCP
Joensuu    12:30 – 1:00 ELD     Both Sections:
                                Phonics and Friends (level B)
           1:00 – 1:30 ELD      Language for Learning (level B)
Grove      12:30 – 1:30         Step Up to Writing

           Enrichment
Engstrom   12:30 – 1:30         Making Words
                                Word Wall
           Skills               Step Up to Writing
Hillig     12:30 – 1:30         Month by Month Phonics
                                Making Words
           Basic Skills         Word Wall
                                Step Up to Writing
                4th GRADE TARGET GROUPS:1:30 – 2:35
With this teacher
@ Target-Time:      from   Weisbecker   from   Pinson      from   Palomarez   from   Bachamp

      Nanette       Garret Wyatt        Valerie            Blake              Delmis
   Weisbecker       Devin Zachary       Jillian            London             Daniel N
  (remediation)     Gina Sierra                            Kira
*Curric. Assoc.     Allen                                  Kanan
     “Focus”                                               Ryan S
*SocSt Content                                             Nikki
     Readers                                               Dylan
*Science Content
     Readers
*Comp.Lab
*H.M Readers’
     Library
  Jackie Pinson            Eduardo      Jessica Casillas   Brianda            Briana
      (ELD)                Absaid       Luis M             Dianna             Ezra, Danny
*Soc.St. Content            Nelida      Kate Castro        Jayson             Pin Lupe:RSP
     Readers                Nadya                          Juan C             Cristal, Aaron
*Science Content            Jonny                          Juan R             Shakira
     Readers               Natalia                                            David Pl.
*HM Readers’                Luis H                                            Felipe,Jonah RSP
     Library               Francia                                            Alex O.
*Computer Lab                                                                 Francisco:RSP
 Pam Palomarez              Walter      Josh               Alison H           Amanda
    (Gr.Level)             Angelina     Michelle           Brice    Alberto   Caitlin
*Lit Circles                 Lars       Lara               Ariel              Kaitlyn
*Eng @ your                 Jessica     Jaz                Bradley            Jovi
     Command               Michael      Sara               Ryker              Evan
*Into English               Rachel      Ryan               Cassidy            Kelee
*”Extra Support”                        Katherine          Paige              Stefan
    HM handbook                                            Meade              Josh
                                                           Haley              David Pet.
 Pat Bachamp               Brayden      Sarah              Alison V           Emily
 (Enrichment)               Kayla       Elias              Brandon            Trevor
   Reader’s                Evan        Luke               Dante              Celena
      Workshop              Delani                         Jenna              Kajol
   Writers                Lindsey                         Kasey              Kayla
      Workshop              Riley                          Parker             Grace
   Advanced-              Madison                         Samantha           Skyler
      level                Brooke                          Taylor             Hanna
      reading               Austin                                            Chase
      skills               Hannah                                             Alex Z.
                            Ryan
                                             PEACH HILL ACADEMY

                                                    Daily Schedule
                                                      2008-2009

           START              AM           LUNCH            PM         DISMISSAL   TARGET
                            RECESS                        RECESS                    TIME
  K       FD – 8:30            Open       11:40-12:20       Open       FD - 2:35
  1st       8:30            10:05-10:20   11:50-12:30     1:30-1:40         2:35   12:30-1:30
  2nd       8:30            10:25-10:45   12:00-12:40         X             2:35   10:45-11:45
  3rd       8:30            10:25-10:45   12:10-12:50         X             2:35   9:30-10:30
  4th       8:15            10:50-11:05    12:20-1:00         X             2:35    1:30-2:30
  5th       8:15            10:50-11:05    Mon-Thurs          X             2:35    8:30-9:30
                                           12:30-1:10
                                             Friday
                                           12:20-1:00
FRIDAY         8:30            Same       See changes         X             1:05
                                          for 5th grade

   Site Time
       K-5     8:15-3:15

   Staff Meetings
       2:45-3:45

   Traveling Days (art, computer, library, etc.) This might change (6/08)
   1st - Monday                        4th – Thursday
   2nd - Friday                        5th – Tuesday
   3rd - Wednesday
      Staff Goal #3
Maximize Instructional Time



 Traveling Days
Traveling Days
Traveling Days
   So how does Peach Hill’s story
relate to why we are all here today?
RtI is a Multi-Tiered Academic
     Intervention Approach
                                                     Tier III (5%)
                                                 Individual students
                                                 Assessment based
                                                    High intensity
                                                   Longer Duration


                    Tier II (15%)
               Some students At risk
              High efficiency Targeted
                Group Interventions

                     Tier I (80%)
       Core Instruction/universal intervention
                  for all students
               Preventive, Proactive
Tier I
Tier I   Tier II
Tier I    Tier II




         Tier III
Impact of RtI on General Education
Systems Change
• Integration of resources
• All students addressed
• Focus on school context
• Prioritized learning opportunities to fit
  individual student needs
• Emphasis on research-based instructional
  strategies and intervention techniques
       RtI in Moorpark Unified
            School District

Developing a common language

  – Accommodations
        RtI in Moorpark Unified
             School District
• Examples of accommodations:
  – Using manipulatives
  – Preferential seating
  – Increased wait time
  – Providing additional time to complete
    assignments
        RtI in Moorpark Unified
             School District

Developing a common language

  – Accommodations

  – Strategies
        RtI in Moorpark Unified
             School District
• Example of strategies:
  – “Differentiated Instruction”
     • Using assessment data to plan instruction and to
       group students
     • Teaching targeted small groups
     • Using flexible grouping (changing group
       membership based on student progress, interests
       and needs
     • Matching instructional materials to student ability
     • Tailoring instruction to address student needs
      RtI in Moorpark Unified
           School District
• Example of strategies:
  – Frontloading
  – Houghton-Mifflin “Extra Support” Handbook
        RtI in Moorpark Unified
             School District

Developing a common language

  – Accommodations

  – Strategies

  – Interventions
          RtI in Moorpark Unified
               School District
• Examples of interventions:
  –   Soar to Success
  –   Early Success
  –   SuccessMaker
  –   Language!
  –   Read Naturally
  –   Step Up to Writing
  –   Language for Learning
  –   Language for Thinking
RtI Procedures in Moorpark
Moorpark Unified School District                                                 Student's Name
                                                                                           Grade
                                                                                        Teacher
                                                                                          School
                                            DOCUMENTATION OF CLASSROOM STRATEGIES
                                                    (Instructional Strategies)
                                                                   Frequency (How
 Categories of       Dates of                                         often each    Duration (How
  Strategies      Implementation   Brief Description of Strategy     day/week?)     many weeks?)    Outcomes
Materials




Teaching
Techniques




Environment




Assignments/
Work




Other




RtI Form 1A
Moorpark Unified School District                                                    Student's Name
                                                                                              Grade
                                                                                           Teacher
                                                                                             School
                                                   DOCUMENTATION OF INTERVENTIONS
                                                       (Research-Based Programs)



   Dates of                                                    Frequency (How
   Progress         Initial Data (Cut   Intervention (Brief       often each    Duration (How         Progress Monitoring (Record data
  Monitoring             Scores)           Description)          day/week?)     many weeks?)              to compare to initial data)




RtI Form 1B
                               The PRIDE Team
               (Positive Response to Intervention Data Evaluation)
                                         OVERVIEW

The PRIDE Team (Positive Response to Intervention Data Evaluation) is a site level team that
evaluates a student’s response to a minimum of 6 weeks of Tier 1 classroom or Tier 2
interventions. If a student has not made adequate progress, the PRIDE team then evaluates
data and student work to determine eligibility for the next higher intervention Tier. They meet
with the teacher and other specialists to implement a general education process to develop and
monitor a plan for the student’s education success. Parents should be kept informed throughout
all Tiers.

Steps to be taken prior to PRIDE Team referral:

       Incorporate sound teaching strategies such as direct explicit instruction and
        checking for understanding (Document strategies on RtI Form 1A).
       Use data and assessments to determine if/what interventions are needed.
       Collaborate with Grade-level Team, colleagues, specialists, and other staff (i.e.
        counselors, psychologists, etc.) regarding your concerns for the student.
       Implement Tier 1 interventions (researched based programs).
       Collect data and student work to document growth during Interventions (Collect data
        on Grade Level Student Intervention RtI Form 1B).
       If after a minimum of 6 weeks or more of documented Tier 1 interventions, the student
        is not making expected progress, complete the appropriate form for referral (RtI Form
        2) and submit it along with a copy of RtI Forms 1A and 1B to PRIDE Team.

       Please bring the following materials to the PRIDE meeting:
        1) Student’s cum record
        2) Copy of recent district assessments and Tier I strategy and intervention
           documentation (RtI Forms 1A & 1B)
        3) Current report card
        4) Attendance print out (if applicable)
        5) Samples of referred student’s work
        6) Discipline records (if applicable)

The PRIDE Team will:

       Set up a meeting time and inform all parties of the time and date (RtI Form 3).
       When appropriate, inform parents of meeting time and date (RtI Form 4).
       Review interventions, data, and student work (RtI Form 5).
       Make recommendations to:
         Continue current intervention Tier, or
         Arrange for the next Tier interventions to begin.
       Continue to support in-classroom interventions and strategies regardless of tier
        placement.
       Determine progress monitoring tools/data.
       Set next team meeting to evaluate student progress.
                                            PRIDE Team
                                           RtI REFERRAL
Student Name: __________________________________________ D.O.B. : ___________________

Grade: _________         School: ______________________________ Date of Referral:______________

Referring Person: ________________________________                   Counselor: ________________________

English Language Proficiency: EO         EL     I-FEP      R-FEP      Primary Language: _____________

Background Information
 Grade Retention                      No        Yes   Grade Level Retained:
 Tier II Intervention                 No        Yes   If yes, attach RtI Forms 1A and 1B
 Before/After school interventions    No        Yes   When?
 Previous Sp Ed Assessment            No        Yes   When?                 Outcome:
 504 Plan                             No        Yes   When?
 Medical Concerns                     No        Yes   Describe:
 Vision/Hearing Concerns              No        Yes   Describe:
 School Attendance Concerns           No        Yes   Attach current attendance report

 Mobility
              # of years in MUSD
              # of schools attended outside MUSD
              Family moves frequently                       No Yes
              Stable residence                              No Yes

CST Proficiency Levels (previous 3 years)      CELDT Proficiency Levels (previous 3 years)
 Grade ELA       Math                     Grade Overall Listen   Speak     Read       Write




Dates of parent contacts: ________________________                         __________________________

Dates of consultations with colleagues: ________________________________________________

Student strengths: ______________________________________________________                                         _

Areas of Concern: (check areas of concern and attach documentation)

   Phonemic Awareness               Spelling                          Number Sense
   Phonics                          Grammar/Usage                     Algebra & Functions
   Sight Words                      Writing                           Measurement & Geometry
   Fluency                          Oral Vocabulary                   Statistics, Data Analysis, Probability
   Reading Comprehension            Auditory Processing               Mathematical Reasoning
   Reading level                    Visual Processing                 Behavior/Discipline Problems
    _____________                 Other                                 Other:
RtI Form 2                                                               ______________________________
                                 Moorpark Unified School District
                                    PRIDE Team Meeting Log
Student Name:_____________________________________________        DOB______________ Meeting Date:______________
Primary Language:_____________________Grade:_________                               Follow-Up Date:____________
Team Members:____________________________________________________________________________________________

                   Concerns: (include cut
Strengths:         scores)                  Previous Actions             Freq/Duration   Outcomes
                                            Tier: _____




Recommendations:                                                         Freq/Duration   Responsible Person/Persons
Tier: _____




 RtI Form 5
What are the Results?
                                            Peach Hill Academy
                                                   API


               1000

               900

               800

               700

               600                                                                           All
Scores




                                                                                             White
               500                                                                           Hispanic
                                                                                             EL
               400                                                                           SES

               300

               200

               100

                 0
                      2000   2001   2002   2003      2004        2005   2006   2007   2008
         All          655    669    649    765       782         772    849    849    878
         White        821    821    794    860       872         881    917    911    919
         Hispanic     483    460    477    628       626         584    681    720    788
         EL                                                      565    693    708    772
         SES          473    468    476    602       613         597    688    713    781
                                                  School Year
           API Growth

           2000   2008   Growth
All        655    878     +223
White      821    919     +98
Hispanic   483    788     +305
EL         565    772     +207
SES        473    781     +308
                             Peach Hill Academy AYP
                                  Language Arts

                 90
                 80
                 70
Scores




                 60
                 50
                 40
                 30
                 20
                 10
                  0
                      2002   2003    2004       2005      2006   2007   2008
         All          30.3   44.3    45.3        49       65.6   67.6   69.8
         White        53.3   61.9    66.9       72.3      81.8   85.5   80.5
         Hispanic     3.1    18.9    8.4         6        27.8   33.6   45.3
         EL           3.6    20.7    10.9       6.6       30.3   29.2   40.8
         SES          4.5    30.9    8.2        12.9      37.8   32.2   43.5

                                            School Year
            AYP Growth
           Language Arts

            2002    2008   Growth
All         30.3    69.8    +39.5
White       53.3    80.5    +27.2
Hispanic     3.1    45.3    +42.2
EL           3.6    40.8    +37.2
SES          4.5    43.5    +39.0
                              Peach Hill Academy AYP
               100
                                   Mathematics
                 90
                 80
                 70
Scores




                 60
                 50
                 40
                 30
                 20
                 10
                  0
                      2002   2003   2004       2005      2006   2007   2008
         All          31.2   60.9   56.1        54       70.3   69.8   79.4
         White        52.4   75.2   74.3       75.2      83.1   83.8   87.9
         Hispanic     6.3     40    22.8       17.9      36.1   42.9   62.4
         EL           4.8    41.4   23.2       13.1      40.9   39.6   53.1
         SES          6.8    36.3   19.1       13.1      48.9   41.7   59.3
                                           School Year
           AYP Growth
           Mathematics
           2002    2008   Growth
All        31.2    79.4    +48.2
White      52.4    87.9    +35.5
Hispanic    6.3    62.4    +56.1
EL          4.8    53.1    +48.3
SES         6.8    59.3    +52.5
        Time To Celebrate

• In just a 2 year period, Peach Hill
  Academy has gone from being a
  Program Improvement School to being
  a California Distinguished School.
      Peach Hill Academy
     Continuing to grow as a
Professional Learning Community

								
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