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BATES ELEMENTARY SCHOOL Arkansas Comprehensive School Improvement Plan 2014-2015

It is the mission of Daisy Bates Elementary to provide a safe and orderly school climate conducive to all students achieving their academic potential. We are A School With A Voice and of high expectations, promoting a culturally diverse curriculum infusing Technology, Fine Arts, Literacy,and Math. We are here to help students achieve. Grade Span: P-5

Title I: Title I Schoolwide

School Improvement: SI_2

Table of Contents Priority 2: Compliance     Goal: To manage the school in compliance with state and federal expectations at all levels including offering breakfast and lunch to every student to meet their nutrition goals. Goal 2: To reduce the number of discipline referrals through the use of the Classroom Economy Program. Priority 6: School Improvement     Goal: To improve achievement in the areas of Math (measurement, data analysis, geometry, algebra, and numbers & operations and open response in all domains), Reading(multiple choice and open response), and Writing (multiple choice, content, and style). Goal 2: Teachers will incorporate problem solving strategies and higher order thinking skills to specifically target deficit skills and close the achievement gap, including African American males. English Language Learners will be provided with educational support to succeed and to strive for proficiency on their state mandated assessments. Priority 2: Supporting Data: Goal

Compliance with State and Federal mandates inclusive of a priority of wellness. 1. 2. To manage the school in compliance with state and federal expectations at all levels including offering breakfast and lunch to every student to meet their nutrition goals. Goal 2: To reduce the number of discipline referrals through the use of the Classroom Economy Program.

Benchmark All applicable federal and state process requirements will be identified and evidence artifacts documented. Benchmark

Through the use of the Classroom Economy Program referrals, including African American males, will be reduced by 5% from the previous year.

Intervention: Compliance with State and federal mandates including wellness implementing strategies and activities that encourage a healthy, non-sedentary lifestyle. Scientific Based Research: Breakfast in the Classroom (2010). Partners include the Food Research and Action Center, the National Association of Elementary School Principals Foundation, the National Education Association Health Information Network, and the School Nutrition Foundation. Actions Administrators, teachers, and parents will meet to review and revise ACSIP annually or as needed. ACSIP objectives will be coordinated to meet school improvement goals and revisions will be presented to staff and parents. Action Type: Alignment Action Type: Equity Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Person Responsible

Timeline

Administrators, Facilitator, Teachers, Parents

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

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Resources

Source of Funds

Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff Community Leaders District Staff Teachers Title Teachers

ACSIP Students will be assessed using state mandated assessments: K-Qualls Early Learning Inventory, K-2DIBELS, K-2 AR Rapid Naming Screener, 1st-2nd-IOWA Test of Basic Skills, and 3rd-5th PARCC. Action Type: AIP/IRI Action Type: Program Evaluation Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Administrators, Facilitator, Teachers, Parents

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Daisy Bates Elementary will implement the following parental involvement engagements which include a School Compact, Parent Resource Center, volunteer book, an annual informational meeting, a Family Night where teachers will present home/school activities,and Family Night at the Museum of Discovery.Title 1 funds will be used for supplemental pay to teachers facilitating the activities, materials and supplies. Budget String: 6501-2170-146-999-00-66100 $1200 for Materials and Supplies Budget String: 6501-2170-146-000-00-61510 Supplemental Pay $1640.52 ($31.25 + $7.81 p/h) Budget String: 1591-2170-146-999-00-63900 $2000 for Museum of Discovery/Purchased Services

Administrators, Facilitator, Teachers, Parents

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Action Type: Equity Action Type: Parental Engagement Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff Computers District Staff Performance Assessments Teachers Title Teachers Administrative Staff Community Leaders Computers Outside Consultants School Library Teachers Teaching Aids Title Teachers

Title I Purchased $2000.00 Services: Title I Materials $1200.00 & Supplies: Title I Employee $1312.50 Salaries: Title I Employee Benefits:

$328.02

ACTION $4840.52 BUDGET:

In addition to 150 minutes of physical activity weekly. PE Teachers, The students will use a variety of specialized equipment, Teachers listen to guest speakers, participate in Jump Rope for Heart, and present grade level performances promoting physical activity including cardiovascular exercise, healthy eating habits, and lifestyles. Action Type: Alignment Action Type: Title I Schoolwide Action Type: Wellness

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

An annual Field Day, consisting of group physical fitness activities, will be held for all students to encourage team-building, good sportsmanship, and positive attitudes. A Community Health Fair/Family Night will be held to promote a healthy lifestyle and coincide with unit on Health and Wellness. Community business, health agencies, and community volunteers will host health related booths, services, and information. A Fishing Derby for the community will be held to promote the program Hooked On Fishing Not On Drugs."

Administrators, School Nurse, PE Teachers, Teachers,

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Students will be screened bi-annually for scoliosis, dental, vision, hearing,and BMI. The Physical Best Program will be used to assess fitness levels to determine improvement and growth in health. Action Type: Alignment Action Type: Title I Schoolwide Action Type: Wellness

Administrators, School Nurse, PE Teachers, Teachers,

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

The Breakfast in the Classroom Program provides 100% of students with breakfast and the majority of students participate in the School Lunch Program to provide adequate nutrition to support learning. Action Type: Equity Action Type: Title I Schoolwide Action Type: Wellness

Cafeteria Manager

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Teachers will use multiple data sources to determine appropriate literacy/math instruction and interventions. Teachers and parents will annually develop AIP/IRI and determine methods of intervention for students not proficient. The AIP/IRI will be updated throughout the year and adjusted, as needed. Students receiving

Administrators, Facilitator, Teachers, Parents

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2014

Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff Community Leaders Teachers

Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff Community Leaders District Staff Teachers

Action Type: Parental Engagement Action Type: Title I Schoolwide Action Type: Wellness

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Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff District Staff Performance Assessments Teachers Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff District Staff Teachers

Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff District Staff Teachers Title Teachers

ACSIP special education services will have an IEP that will be updated annually. Action Type: AIP/IRI Action Type: Parental Engagement Action Type: Special Education State Professional Development funds will be used to provide teachers PD opportunities throughout the year. Funds will be used for supplemental pay Budget String: 2223-2213-146-999-000-61610 $1257.00($25.00/$6.25) Professional Development Action Type: Professional Development Action Type: Special Education Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Administrators, Facilitator, Teachers, District Office/Outside Consultants

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Administrative Staff District Staff Outside Consultants Teachers Title Teachers

PD (State223) Employee Benefits:

$257.00

PD (State223) $1000.00 Employee Salaries: ACTION BUDGET:

Total Budget:

$1257 $6097.52

Intervention: To reduce the number of 2014-2015 student discipline suspensions, specifically African American males, by 5% or more from the previous year. Scientific Based Research: My Classroom Economy. (2011-2013). The Vanguard Group, Inc., Valley Forge, PA. Person Responsible

Actions

Timeline

A Classroom Economy system utilized for K-5 students. It Administrators, Start: is a management and incentive system for minor 07/01/2014 Counselor, disciplinary infractions.This is Year 2 of a 3 Year plan. This Teachers End: system is designed to reduce the number of referrals in 06/30/2015 African American male students by 5%. Action Type: Collaboration Action Type: Equity Action Type: Title I Schoolwide Quarterly discipline data provided by Student and Equity Administrators, Start: Services will be evaluated to assess and track the number Teachers 07/01/2014 of discipline infractions and referrals, by subgroups, End: including African-American males. 06/30/2015 Action Type: Equity Action Type: Program Evaluation Action Type: Special Education Review and/or revise the Discipline Management Plan annually maintaining its alignment with Plan 2000 educational goals, including African American males. A copy of the districts DMP will be posted in each classroom. An assembly will be held to explain the rules from the PCSSD Student Handbook to all K-5 students at the beginning of the year. Action Type: Equity Action Type: Special Education Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Administrators, Facilitator, Teachers, Parents

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

# 7 ALE state categorical funds will be used to support the Pulaski County Special School District Learning ALE program which is an alternative program that provides for individual learning styles of at-risk youth. Funds will be used for materials and supplies to support the ALE classrooms. Funds will be used for materials and supplies to provide support and professional development for the ALE program. Action Type: Equity Action Type: Professional Development

Dr. Laura Bednar, Deputy Superintendent of Learning Service

Start: 07/15/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Resources

Source of Funds

Administrative ACTION Staff BUDGET: Teachers

$

Administrative ACTION Staff BUDGET: Teachers

$

Administrative ACTION Staff BUDGET: District Staff Teachers

$

Administrative Staff Community Leaders Computers Teachers

ALE (State275) $500.00 Materials & Supplies: ACTION BUDGET:

Total Budget: Priority 6:

$500 $500

ESEA reports our efforts in Literacy as achieving (by growth). However our efforts in Math have fallen short and must be greatly improved for All Students. Specifically we will focus on Problem Solving and Spatial Reasoning to meet the needs of our learners.

Supporting Data: To improve achievement in the areas of Math (measurement, data analysis, geometry, algebra, and numbers &

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ACSIP

Goal

operations and open response in all domains), Reading(multiple choice and open response), and Writing (multiple choice, content, and style). Goal 2: Teachers will incorporate problem solving strategies and higher order thinking skills to specifically target deficit skills and close the achievement gap, including African American males. English Language Learners will be provided with educational support to succeed and to strive for proficiency on their state mandated assessments.

Benchmark

Daisy Bates is Achieving in Literacy (by growth) and Needs Improvement in Math. For 2014-2015 we will reach Achieving in Literacy and Math (by growth).

Benchmark

With no gains made in math proficiency, in 2014-2015 we will supplement the GoMathcurriculum with ST Math, remediation, mClass math, small groups, Professional Development and focused PLC's.

White student sub-population attendance dropped below the 95% goal reaching only 90.67. We will continue the Benchmark Breakfast in the Classroom program which has proven to improve attendance. We will conference with parents of students with poor attendance and report truancy. Daisy Bates was identified as a 1:1 i-Pad Initiative pilot school for 2014-2015. The individualized instructional Benchmark opportunities provided by personalized technology will be utilized to further math and literacy instruction in and out of the classroom. Extensive Professional Development will be provided to teachers. Intervention: Specific strategies, programs, and Professional Development will be used to address the disparity gap and equity concerns in math and literacy among ethnic groups, including African American males. Scientific Based Research: Bebell, D. & O'Dwyer, L. (2010). Educational outcomes and research from 1:1 computing settings. The Journal of Technology, Learning, and Assessment, 9(1), 5-15. Armbruster, Bonnie B., Osborn, Jean, Lehr, Fran ((2006). Put Reading First: Researched Building Blocks for Children to Read Third Edition, (CIERA) (NIFL) DuFour, R., Eaker, R., Many, T. (2006). Learning By Doing: A Handbook for Professional Learning Communities At Work. Bloomington, N. Solution Tree. Renaissance Learning Accelerating Learning for All. (2013. Renaissance Learning, Wisconsin Rapids, WI. Harvey, Stephanie & Goudvis, Anne., Strategies That Work, 2nd Edition. (2007). Stenhouse. Portland, Maine. FASTT Math: Research Foundation and Evidence for FASTT Math (2005). Tom Snyder Production, Inc. and Scholastic Research and Results. Van de Walle, John A. and Lovin, LouAnn H. (2006) Teaching Student-Centered Mathematics Grades 5-8.Pearson Education, Inc. The Effects of ST Math on Standardized Test Scores: A Randomized Field Study Melissa Kibrick, Teomara Rutherford, Lindsey E. Richland, AnneMarie Conley, Jennifer J. Long, Natalie Tran, Fran Antenore, Abby Daniels, Andrew R. Coulson, Stephanie H. Schneider, Lauren Duran & Michael Martinez University of California, Irvine MIND Research Institute, Orange County Department of Education Actions

Person Responsible

Timeline

PCSSD will be provided administrators and teachers PD opportunities to participate in ELLA/ELF, CGI, and/or EMC training. Strategies learned will be implemented in the classroom. Action Type: Alignment Action Type: Professional Development Action Type: Special Education

Administrators, Start: Teachers, 07/01/2014 Facilitator End: 06/30/2015

Teachers will administer the Renaissance STAR/STAR EL, mClass, TLI, DSA, FASTT Math, SRI, SMI, ST Math and other district/school assessments according to the school timeline. Teachers will utilize test data to analyze student's math and literacy strengths and weaknesses. Lesson plans and instructional practices will target grade level standards and interventions focusing on closing the achievement gap, including African American males. Action Type: AIP/IRI Action Type: Special Education Action Type: Technology Inclusion

Adminsitrators, Facilitator, Media Specialist Teachers

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Speciality Programs (Art, Music/Orchestra, PE, Speech, Speciality Alpha/Discovery, Media/Technology, ESL) will be utilized Teachers to reinforce the learning objectives in the PCSSD Curriculum Maps by supporting grade-level student learning expectations through specific learning standards and to provide intervention using the school's intervention programs. Action Type: Alignment Action Type: Collaboration Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

The 1:1 Initiative will be implemented. Teacher and students will have an iPad provided for them to use to incorporate web-based and adaptive learning. Teachers will utilize material and a variety of available technology (digital projectors, Smart Boards, media delivery

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Administrators, Facilitator, Teachers, Parents

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Resources

Source of Funds

Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff District Staff Outside Consultants Teachers Title Teachers Computers ACTION BUDGET: $ Performance Assessments School Library Teachers Title Teachers

Computers Teachers Teaching Aids

ACTION BUDGET: $

Title I Administrative Employee $1025.00 Staff Benefits: Computers Title I District Staff

ACSIP Outside Consultants Performance Assessments Teachers Title Teachers

systems, I-Pads, computers, Classroom Response Systems, etc.) to teach math and literacy strategies in their lessons and for intervention, reinforcement, accelerated classroom instruction, and to close the achievement gap. Professional Development opportunities will be provided for teachers. 6501-2213-146-000-00-61610 ($25.00 ) $5125.00 Professional Development Action Type: Equity Action Type: Technology Inclusion Action Type: Title I Schoolwide A Community Involvement Committee will continue to gather community leaders with the expressed goal of involving our local businesses, parents, community, staff and school organizations in collaboration and community development efforts. The Encourager Program will tutor individual or small groups of identified students in literacy and math. Action Type: Equity Action Type: Parental Engagement

Administrators, Facilitator, Teachers, Parents

The Leadership Team will meet to address discipline, academic performance, review test results, program goals, and student placements to determine our alignment with Plan 2000 education goals and reduction of achievement gap, including African American males. Action Type: Alignment Action Type: Equity Action Type: Special Education

Administrators, Start: Teachers 07/15/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

The Instructional Facilitator will provide PD opportunities Administrators, Start: by working with teachers individually, in PLC, or team Facilitator, 07/01/2014 meetings to develop literacy and math lessons, Teachers End: disaggregate data, interventions, and facilitate 06/30/2015 discussions related to high yield strategies based on the achievement gap, with a focus on African American males. Feeder pattern Instructional Facilitators will provide assistance, when needed. Action Type: Alignment Action Type: Professional Development Action Type: Title I Schoolwide The school counselor will monthly post and announce a Character Word. The counselor will then lead classroom discussions of the character word through teaching and reinforcement of positive character traits. The counselor will collect nominations and recognize weekly, a "Character Kid" from each classroom. The Classroom Economy system will be incorporated rewarding those Character Kids with economy money they can redeem for rewards. Action Type: Collaboration Action Type: Equity Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Counselor, Teachers

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Employee $4100.00 Salaries: ACTION BUDGET:

$5125

Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff School Library Teachers Title Teachers

Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff District Staff Performance Assessments Teachers

Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff Computers District Staff Outside Consultants School Library Teachers Teaching Aids Title Teachers Administrative ACTION BUDGET: $ Staff Teachers

Total Budget:

$5125

Intervention: Supplemental intervention programs will differentiate instruction to increase achievement in mathematics and literacy K-5. Scientific Based Research: System 44/Read 180: Researched Based Literacy Instruction for English Language Learners. (2009). Scholastic Research and Results. Scholastic, New York, NY. System 44/Read 180: Researched Based Literacy Instruction for Special Education. (2009). Scholastic Research and Results. Scholastic, New York, NY. mclass-BURST: Sharp, Diana (2009). From Science to Solution:Research Support for the Burst: Reading Approach to Reading Intervention. Wireless Generation. Brooklyn, NY. Dr. Matthew Peterson. (ST Math) Visualize Math: Success for Every Student(2013). MIND Research Institute. Irvine, CA Sharp, Diana (2009). From Science to Solution:Research Support for the Burst: Reading Approach to Reading Intervention. Wireless Generation. Brooklyn, NY. . Diller, Debbie (2007) Making the Most of Small Groups Differentiation for All. Stenhouse Publishers, Portland, Maine. Diller, Debbie (2005) Practice With Purpose Literacy Works Stations for Grades 3-6. Stenhouse Publishers, Portland, Maine. Dean, Ceri B., Hubbell, Elizabeth Ross, Pitler, Howard, Stone, BJ (2013). Classroom Instruction that Works: Research Based Strategies for increasing Student Achievement. Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development. Harvey, Stephanie, Gouduis, Anne (2007) Strategies That Work:Teaching Comprehension for Understanding and Engagement, Stenhouse Publishers. Fountas, I. and Pinnell, G. S. (2010). The Continuum of Literacy Learning, Grades Pre-K - 8, Second Edition: A Guide to Teaching. Heinemann. Bear, Donald R., Invernizzi, Marcia, Templeton, Shane, Johnston, Francine 2012) Words Their Way, Fifth

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ACSIP Edition, Word Study for Phonics, Vocabulary, and Spelling Instruction. Pearson. Fountas, Irene C. and Pinnell, Gay Sue(2006). Teaching for Comprehending and Fluency Thinking, Talking, and Writing About Reading, K-8. Heinemann. Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Dorn, Linda J. and Soffos, Carla (2005). Teaching for Deep Comprehension A Reading Workshop Approach. Stenhouse Pulishers, Portland, Maine. mClass Math: Using Technology to Learn What Children Know and Help Them Learn (revised October 2007). Ginsburg, Herbert P., PH.D., Pappas, Sandra, Ph.D., Wireless Generation, Brooklyn, NY. Godfrey, J. and Stone, J. "Mastering Fact Fluency: Are They Game?" Teaching Children Mathematically September 2013, volume 20, Issue 2, page 96. GoMath: A Researched-Based Framework for Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Go Math Grade K-6 (2012), Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. FASTT Math: Research Foundation and Evidence for FASTT Math (2005). Tom Snyder Production, Inc. and Scholastic Research and Results. Dean, Ceri B., Hubbell, Elizabeth Ross, Pitler, Howard, Stone, BJ, the ASCD (2013). Classroom Instruction that Works: Research-Based Strategies for Increasing Student Achievement (2nd Edition)Pearson Teacher Education. Assoication of Supervision and Currciulum Development. Van de Walle, John A. and Lovin, LouAnn H. (2006) Teaching StudentCentered Mathematics Grades 5-8.Pearson Education, Inc. Actions

Person Responsible

Title I funds will be used to purchase materials and Facilitator, supplies for student and teacher use to supplement Teachers math and literacy Reading, Writing, and Math Workshops, interventions, System 44/Read 180, mClass:Burst Reading and mClass:Math, etc. Materials and supplies for teachers and students include, but are not limited to: books, games, activities, journals, workbooks, charts, colored paper, highlighter tape, post-it-notes, card stock, professional text, teacher guides, and other supplies and professional development as deemed needed. Budget String: 6501-1591-146-999-00-66100 for Materials and Supplies. $2500.00 Budget String: 6501-1591-146-999-00-63900 for Purchased Services. $3200.00 Printing : 6501-2213-146-999-00-65500 $500 Action Type: Alignment Action Type: Equity Action Type: Title I Schoolwide Students in 1st grade will participate in the Horse Tales Literacy Project to improve and promote basic reading, comprehension, and skills. This is Year 3 of a three year plan. Title I funds will be used to pay for instructional materials, registration, and transportation. (driver's supplemental pay and fuel will be included in the cost). Budget String: 6501-1591-146-999-00-63900 $1000 for Purchased Services Bus Expense $300.00 6501-1591-146-999-00-66260 Action Type: Collaboration Action Type: Equity Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Timeline

Resources

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Administrative Staff Teachers Teaching Aids Title Teachers

Source of Funds Title I Purchased Services:

Title I Materials & $2500.00 Supplies: ACTION BUDGET:

Administrators, Start: 07/01/2014 Facilitator, 1st Grade Teachers End: 06/30/2015

Administrative Staff Outside Consultants Teachers Teaching Aids Title Teachers

Title I Purchased Services: Title I Materials & Supplies: ACTION BUDGET:

Title I funds will be used to purchase appropriate Administrators, technology to support the goals and missions of the Facilitator, school and district. Items to be purchased this year Teachers may include 3 TV/Projector monitors w wall mounts, software apps and subscriptions (Brain Pop, Reading A-Z), 4 Apple TV's, and other technology equipment as needed, support supplies like cords, batteries and bulbs, 2 SWIVL cameras, and 2 digital microscopes and other items as needed.. The teachers will be provided PD. Budget String - purchased services: 6501-1591-146999-00-63590 (Brain Pop, Learning A-Z, etc.) Site License= $3,863.34 Materials & supplies 6501-2230-146-999-00-66527 or 1591-66100 technology equipment and supporting supplies, Low value tech – also materials & supplies=$3420.47 Five(5) 50 inch TVs w wall mounts $6000 (223067340) Apple TVs $400 & 2 Swivl Robotic Cameraman= $800 (2230-66527) 2 Proscope Mobile=$900 (2230-66527) Action Type: Professional Development Action Type: Technology Inclusion Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Title I funds will be used to purchase Amplify

Start:

Administrators,

Administrative Staff Computers Teachers Teaching Aids Title Teachers

$6200

$1000.00

$300.00

$1300

Title I Purchased Services:

$3863.34

Title I Materials & Supplies:

$5520.47

Title I Capital Outlay:

$6000.00

ACTION BUDGET:

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$3700.00

Title I -

$15383.81

ACSIP mClass: Burst Reading & Math platforms and subscriptions. This is Year 3 of a three-year plan. Budget String: 6501-1591-146-999-00-63590 Site License $24,494.00 Action Type: Special Education Action Type: Technology Inclusion Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Teachers, Facilitator

07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Title I funds will be used to purchase Scholastic Administrators, System 44/Read 180 Next Generation wireless Facilitator, technology e-books, licenses, platforms, webinar, and Teachers software. This monitoring and intervention program enhances our efforts to meet student's achievement goals and close the achievement gap. System 44/Read 180 is in Year 4 of implementation. Budget String: 6501-1591-146-999-00-63590 platforms and subscriptions $16,694.67 Action Type: AIP/IRI Action Type: Special Education Action Type: Technology Inclusion

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Home Language Survey, ELDA assessment, and Benchmark results, will provide data to determine student progress and identify prospective ELL students. Students in need of services for language assessment will be served by classroom and ESL endorsed teachers using a variety of accommodations, techniques, ESL classes, and classroom modifications. Action Type: Collaboration Action Type: Equity Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Administrators, ESL Teachers, Teachers, Parents

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

Title I funds will be used to purchase the ST Math program from Mind Research Institute. This program includes, licenses, platforms, webinar, and software to target problem solving and spatial recognition for K-5th grade. This monitoring and intervention program enhances our efforts to meet student's achievement goals and close the achievement gap. This will be Year 1 of implementation. Budget String: 6501-1591-146-999-00-63590 Site License $14,957 Action Type: Alignment Action Type: Equity Action Type: Title I Schoolwide

Administrators, Facilitator, Teachers

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

1:1 Initiative I-Pads will be part of a 1:1 iPad initiative for the school. The iPads will allow the creation of a more student-centered classroom and the interaction of students and teachers to provide differentiation of instruction using the iPads. The iPads will allow for immediate teacher-to-student and student-to-teacher communication and feedback. The use of the iPads will help facilitate increased student collaboration by using wikis, blogs, Web 2.0 tools, and Blackboard. Students will have immediate access to resources and become self-guided learners. Project-based learning will provide students the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge about a topic. I-Pads and I-pad carts will be purchased with NSLA funds to continue the process of creating technology schools to supplement the classroom learning environment. This equipment will aid teachers in the building level ACSIP program evaluation of using technology to increase math and literacy achievement for all. The following equipment will be purchased for Daisy Bates with NSLA CAPITAL OUTLAY: $47,440.87 – 25 iPad charging carts. 560 iPad Air with cases will be purchased with NSLA funds. Action Type: Equity Action Type: Technology Inclusion

Deputy Superintendents of Learning Services; Chief Technology Officer; Federal Programs Director

Start: 07/01/2014 End: 06/30/2015

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Administrative Staff Computers Outside Consultants Performance Assessments Teachers Title Teachers Administrative Staff Computers Performance Assessments Teachers Title Teachers

Purchased $24494.00 Services: ACTION BUDGET:

$24494

Title I Purchased $16694.67 Services: ACTION BUDGET:

$16694.67

Administrative ACTION BUDGET: Staff District Staff Performance Assessments Teachers

Administrative Staff Computers District Staff Teachers Title Teachers

Teaching Aids

$

Title I Purchased $14957.00 Services: ACTION BUDGET:

$14957

NSLA (State281) $298485.60 Materials & Supplies: NSLA (State281) Capital Outlay:

$47440.87

ACTION $345926.47 BUDGET:

ACSIP Total Budget:

$424955.95

Planning Team Classification

Name

Position

Committee

Classroom Teacher

April Belcher

Kindergarten Teacher

School Improvement

Classroom Teacher

April Helms

Teacher

School Improvement

Classroom Teacher

Jackie Bailey

4th Grade Teacher

School Improvement

Classroom Teacher

Kean-Besancon, DeLane Second Grade Teacher

School Improvement

Classroom Teacher

Sahlin, Amanda

Kindergarten Teacher

School Improvement

Non-Classroom Professional Staff Cancienne, Courtney

PE Teacher

School Improvement

Non-Classroom Professional Staff Copeland, Jacqulyn

Gifted and Talented

School Improvement

Non-Classroom Professional Staff Powell, Mary

Literacy Instructional Facilitator School Improvement

Non-Classroom Professional Staff White, Michael

Pre-K Aide

School Improvement

Parent

Bridget Blocker

Parent

School Improvement

Parent

Shawntaine Platt

Parent

School Improvement

Principal

Blake, Liz

Assistant Principal

School Improvement

Principal

Mellor, Matt

Principal

School Improvement

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