2011 Continuous Improvement Report Stewartville School

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Transcript 2011 Continuous Improvement Report Stewartville School

2013 Continuous
Improvement Report
Stewartville School District
April 17, 2013
Rochester Area Math Science Partnership
Our Mission: To support high student achievement through world
class standards in math and science.
THE AIMS AND GOALS
OF STEWARTVILLE SCHOOLS
Aim #1 HIGH STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT
*Goal 1:
Ensure that students will meet or exceed high academic standards.
*Goal 2:
Integrate technology throughout the district and increase the
effective use of technology in the district as a teaching and
learning tool.
Goal 3:
Value parent (s) and/or guardian (s) as active partners in student
learning.
Aim #2 A SAFE, WELCOMING, ENGAGING LEARNING ENVIRONMENT
Goal 4: Create and maintain safe and welcoming schools.
*Goal 5: Create and maintain engaging learning environments.
Aim #3 EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT OPERATIONS
Goal 6:
Maintain responsible and accountable management and support
of resources/operations.
Goal 7:
Integrate the continuous improvement philosophy and process
throughout the system.
2011-2013 DISTRICT THEMES
2011-2012
Test Results
MCA II & III – 3rd Grade Math
MCA II & III – 4th & 5th Grade Math
MCA II & III – Middle School Math
MCA II – 11th Grade Math
MCA II & III – 5th Grade Science
MCA II & III – 8th Grade Science
MCA II & III – High School Science
ANALYSIS OF CURRENT SITUATION
HIGH SCHOOL
MENTORSHIP COURSE
• Summer mentorship opportunity for
high-performing students entering
their senior year of high school
• Independent, challenging, non-paid
study for students interested in a potential
career focusing on mathematics, science,
technology, and/or the healthcare industry
• Joint partnership with Mayo Clinic
2010/first year: one student
2011/second year: 4 students
2012/third year: 7 students
Chrissy
Mayo Clinic Pathology Lab
Renal Artery Stenosis
Surgical Research
Leah
St. Mary’s Anesthesia Research Lab
Testing fetal tissues/cells to determine
pre-natal oxygen exposure.
Algebra Readiness Testing
Orleans-Hanna Algebra Readiness Testing
• Assessment is designed to predict students’ readiness
for algebra courses
• Will be used with current 5th grade students (scoring
in the 60th percentile or higher on most recent NWEA
math test) in May 2012
• Will be used with other data to determine most
appropriate math class placement for students
entering middle school
PLATO PROGRAM
• Alternative Learning Opportunities
Credit recovery for at-risk students
Distance learning
• Rigorous Instructional Content
Alignment with National/State Standards
Technology driven course content, coupled with
off-line web-based activities
• Common Circumstances for Use
Remediation & Intervention programs
Credit Recovery programs
Summer School programs
AP CHEMISTRY
ADVANCED CHEMISTRY ON-LINE
BLENDED
Equivalent to general chemistry
Year – 1 college course
Blend of traditional classroom
experience and an on-line course.
1:1 Laptop Initiative
Central Intermediate School
• 1040 Student Netbooks
• Grade Levels Included – 4th – 10th Grade
• Kindergarten – 28 Ipads (4 per classroom)
TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION
2012-2013
Goal: Support classroom teachers with on-going professional
development to integrate technology into our classrooms
in a consistent, aligned and streamlined manner.
**5 part-time classroom teachers serving as Technology Integration
Specialists (TIS) – work with teachers to answer questions, offer
teacher training, and team teaching.
LEAD INDICATORS TO BE USED
TO MONITOR RESULTS…..
• Common Assessments in Math developed
by Math PLC’s
• Aims Web to monitor Reading progress
• ISTE Standards to monitor Technology
• MCA Data to monitor Math, Science and
Reading
• Baldrige Express
• Satisfaction Survey Results
 Parents
 Students
 Staff
PDSA CYCLE
Plan
Act
Continuous
Improvement
Study
Do
TOP 5 STRENGTHS
TOP 5 OFI’S
Top Priority Opportunities
for Improvement
Top Priority Opportunities
for Improvement
Top Priority Opportunities
for Improvement
Top Priority Opportunities
for Improvement
Top Priority Opportunities
for Improvement
LESSONS LEARNED
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Focus on the “Study and Act” of PDSA Cycle
Use data to drive instruction – PLCs
Examine “strand data” more closely
Stress and maintain “Fidelity” in curriculum
Create common assessments
Re-align professional development
LESSONS LEARNED
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Emphasize accountability
Collaborate – Cooperate – Celebrate!
Initiate StandardsInsightMN
Review and Respond to the Baldrige
Express Performance Feedback
Report
SMART Goals
Re-define and Re-develop
S – **Strategic
M – Measurable
A – **Aligned
R – **Relevant
T – Time Bound
NEXT STEPS
• Explore BYOD Pilot
• STEM – Ag Emphasis
• Tiger Tech Week – Summer
Technology Professional
Development
• Principal/Teacher Evaluations
NEXT STEPS
• Technology and Digital
Citizenship Curriculum
• District Growth – Continuous
Influx of Students
• Coursera Courses – For
Professional Development
• Middle School – “Success”
Restructure
THANK YOU IBM!
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Lego Logo
E-Mentoring
Excite Camp
Engineer Week
On-Demand Grant Program
THANK YOU MAYO CLINIC!
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Science Trailer
Summer Fellowship
Career Shadowing
Science Webinars/Forums
Science Symposiums
Celebration of Research
HS Mentorship Program
Concussion Training
THANK YOU HIGHER LEARNING
AND
WORK FORCE DEVELOPMENT!
• Math Teacher Seminar
• Hiring/Recruiting Seminar
• Educational Resources
QUESTIONS?
Dr. David D. Thompson, Superintendent
[email protected]
Sheila McNeill, Curriculum & Talent
Development Coordinator
[email protected]