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Campus Improvement Plan

 

Oakwood Intermediate School

 Campus Improvement Plan

2015-16



Executive Summary

Oakwood Intermediate School’s mission is to facilitate the transition from childhood to early adolescence in a positive, nurturing and safe environment.   To accomplish this mission the staff, students, parents and community must unite to encourage and assist all students in developing a responsibility of becoming enthusiastic life-long learners.  Ongoing reflection, monitoring, adjusting, evaluating, and celebrating must be practiced by the campus community on a regular basis to ensure the Oakwood’s mission.  This campus improvement plan details 5 separate but related goals to support the mission with objectives listed under each goal:


Each of these 5 goals have been developed based off the needs of Oakwood Intermediate as reflected in the campus data listed in this Campus Improvement Plan as well as items listed in the District Improvement Plan.   The individual objectives have been developed based off the goals as well as the needs of Oakwood Intermediate.  Oakwood Intermediate School’s Campus Improvement Plan is a living document that will be visited throughout the school year.  The Campus Improvement Plan Committee will meet throughout the course of the school year to evaluate progress made toward achieving the goals and objectives listed.

   

Goal 1

All students will successfully complete rigorous and relevant coursework that will prepare them for their future.


Objective(s)

  1. Ensure that all students have access to rigorous and engaging curriculum and technology that promote learning to be a productive and responsible citizen in a global marketplace.
  2. Support the needs of diverse learners as they engage in rigorous coursework.
  3. Provide access to the general curriculum for students with disabilities through the use of inclusive practices across grade levels and campuses.
 


Activities

 

Person(s) Resp


Resources


Timeline

 
  1. Continue the alignment of curriculum to the State TEKS, readiness and supporting standards in the core subject areas.         
  2. Provide staff development for staff that focuses on best instructional practices (AVID, UDL, Principles of Learning, the Workshop Approach, and differentiated instruction models) with an emphasis on student learning/ effective teaching.
  3. Provide staff development for staff that focuses on the technology needs of teachers for instruction and lesson.




- Principal

-Assistant Principal

-Department Heads



- Principal

-Assistant Principal

-Department Heads



-Principal

-Campus Technology Facilitator

- Staff Time

- Campus Funds




- Staff Time

- Campus Funds




-Staff Time

-Campus Funds

August - May





August - May





Aug.-May

 
  1. Complete SIT & RTI processes for struggling learners.
  2. Utilize the online student data repository and reporting system to support Response-to-Intervention.
  3. Improve and address all system safeguards as identified by TEA on campus state assessments.





  • Safeguards for Special Ed Students in Reading
  • Safeguards for African American, Hispanic, Economically Disadvantaged, and ELL students in Science



-Assistant Principal

-Counselors

-Teachers



-Assistant Principal

-Counselors

-Teachers






- Staff Time





- Staff Time







August - May




August - May






Evaluation

Community-Based Accountability items (below) at the following link:

 

-Staff meetings to align scope and sequence curriculum to TEKS with emphasis on readiness and supporting standards

-Staff development sessions over best instructional practices

-Staff input on staff development sessions over best instructional practices

-Staff led staff development sessions over best instructional practices

-Regularly scheduled SIT & RTI meetings with team teachers, assistant principal, counselors

-Use of online student data repository and reporting system to support RTI

-Intervention development and implementation

-State and federal accountability system results

-State and local assessment results




Goal 2

Through increasing opportunities for choice, students will be able to customize learning opportunities to meet their unique needs and develop creative thinking.


Objective(s)

  1.  Provide opportunities for students to become fluent in and adapt to a variety of technologies.
  2. Offer a wide array of workforce readiness programs to meet the expanding needs of students and the workforce.
  3.  Ensure that every school promotes extra-curricular, co-curricular, and enrichment opportunities for every student.
   

Activities

 

Person(s) Resp

Resources

Timeline

 
  1. Provide staff development for teachers that focuses on best instructional & learning practices including but not limited to: UDL, Principles of Learning,  technology, the Workshop Approach, AVID and differentiated instruction models.  
  2. B. The district will provide information regarding curriculum/career choices that prepare students for success beyond high school, including colleges, universities and technical schools.

- C&I Directors






  • Director of Student Services

- Staff Time

- Local funds





- Staff Time

- Local funds

July-August






July-June

 
  1. The district will provide students with the flexibility to customize their learning and maximize opportunities and options by offering the Foundation Plan with endorsements.
  2. Place importance on the use of instructional technology by providing all teachers with technology training (professional development in August).

 


- Dept Superintendent for C&I



-Director of Instruction and Instructional Technology Coordinator

- Staff Time

- Local funds





-Local funds

-Staff Time


July-June





August; additional sessions offered year-round


Evaluation

- Students participating in extra- and co-curricular activities

 

- Endorsements, certifications, etc.

- Enrollment in PBL & Flipped courses, clubs and organizations

- Implementation of the workshop model for ELA and Math instruction


Goal 3

Provide a safe and supportive environment for all, with an emphasis on positive, strong, healthy relationships.



Objective(s)

  1. Ensure that all CSISD employees meet the social/emotional needs of our students.
  2. Ensure that the school environment is safe and conducive to learning.
  3. 3. Develop specific processes to assist students in successfully transitioning to the next level of education academically, socially, and emotionally.
  4. Nurture relationships among staff to promote personal and professional growth.
  5. Provide professional, customer-oriented interactions with parents, students, visitors, and staff.
   

Activities

 

Person(s) Resp

Resources

Timeline

 
  1. Connect families and the community to opportunities to expand their involvement.

- Superintendent

- Director of  Student Services

- Staff Time

July-August

 
  1. B. Support social-emotional learning through district and campus teams, training, and resources.
  2. Continue provision of monthly Crisis Prevention Institute training to ensure that staff have adequate instruction on de-escalation techniques and appropriate management of crisis situations.  
  3. D. The district will continue to update the district crisis management plan to comply with NIMS  (National Incident Management System)  guidelines
  4. E. Each campus safety team will review and change (if needed) its Emergency Operations Plan at least annually
  5. F. Review Safety Audit recommendations and implement as appropriate
  6. G. District and campus administrators will review data at the end of each six weeks based on types of offenses, intervention, gender, ethnicity and disability in the following areas:  number of suspensions, reasons for suspensions, number of discipline referrals, number of expulsions, reasons for expulsions, number of placements at Venture Center, reasons for placements at Venture Center, number of placements in the LEAP program, reasons for placements in the





LEAP program, and number of physical restraints


  1. CSISD will be consistent in applying disciplinary consequences across campuses and grade levels
  2. Continue to develop and/or implement positive behavior intervention and supports [PBIS]  (such as Conscious Discipline®, Foundations®, etc.) in order to reduce the number of discipline referrals and to address behavioral RTI needs
  3. Develop and/or implement positive proactive intervention strategies that address offenses such as bullying, harassment, and violence (dating and/or sexual abuse)
  4. K. Staff development will be provided on the relationship between student behavior and staff understanding of social, cultural and developmental differences
  5. At the District and Campus levels, administrators will review discipline data and develop a plan to appropriately address campus discipline issues based on campus needs
  6. The district will provide support for the students at risk of dropping out of school by providing supplemental instruction through instructional resources and staff development resources, including through an alternative education program.
  7.  School Health Advisory Council will continue to meet and evaluate District health needs/practices.







- Director of Instruction



- Director of  Student Services



- Exec. Director of  Facilities



- Exec. Director of  Facilities


- Exec. Director of  Facilities


- Director of  Student Services










- Director of  Student Services


- Director of  Instruction and Leadership

- Exec. Director of  Special Services/Acct.


- Director of  Student Services


- Director of  Instruction and Leadership


- Director of  Student Services




- Director of  Instruction and Leadership



- Director of  Student Activities

-Staff Time, Title 2 Funds


- Staff Time

- Local funds

August-June



Evaluation

- Effectiveness of safety and security measures

 

- Discipline and referral data

- Evidence of Conscious Discipline and CHAMPS implementation across campuses



Goal 4

Empower families and the community to be full partners in students’ educational success.



Objective(s)

  1.  Provide opportunities for families to support their children in the learning process.
  2.  Communicate effectively with families and the community regarding school activities and volunteer opportunities.
   

Activities

 

Person(s) Resp

Resources

Timeline

 
  1. Connect families and the community to opportunities to expand their involvement

- Dir. of Communications

- Staff Time

- Local funds

- Federal funds: Title I, Title III

July-August


July-June

 
  1. The district website, SchoolMessenger and district social media outlets will be used to actively communicate with parents and community members.
  2. C. Campus and District Improvement Committees will be representative of district demographics.
  3.  Campuses will continue outreach initiatives through community centers (such as the Lincoln Center, Windsor Pointe and the Barbara Bush Parent Center) to partner with parents and community members.  
  4.  Maintain parent communication about the availability of online programs such as Home Access Center (HAC) to monitor student progress.
  5.  The district website, SchoolMessenger and district social media outlets will be used to actively communicate with parents and community members.




- Dir. of Communications



-Dept Supt C&I




- Principals




- Dir. of Communications



- Dir. of Communications

- Staff Time



- Staff Time




- Staff Time

- Local funds



- Staff Time

- Local funds



- Staff Time

- Local funds


July-June



July-June


Evaluation

- Number of volunteers

 

- Usage statistics (24/7, CSISD Connect, Twitter, Facebook, HAC)

- Customer engagement and feedback

- Family engagement and involvement in student success

- Community/business engagement

- Participation in Leadership CSISD

- Campuses use a variety of methods to communicate with parents, see CBA

- Title I Campus Survey results



Goal 5

Demonstrate accountability to our community by providing a quality education based on local standards, while meeting state and federal targets.



Objective(s)

  1.  Employ multiple measures of accountability, ensure measured progress over time and provide public access to the results.
  2. Comply with all state and federal requirements.
   

Activities

 

Person(s) Resp

Resources

Timeline

 
  1. College Station ISD will continue to develop and refine a meaningful accountability system that measures what this community believes is important.  Community-Based Accountability System will address
  2. The district will evaluate student achievement in the following programs:  Title I, Bilingual/ESL, LEP, Gifted and Talented, Special Education, Career and Technology Education and students in at risk situations.
  3. Title I, Part A campuses will implement the ten components of a school-wide campus to maximize student learning and achievement
  • Fine arts
  • Wellness and PE
  • Community and parent involvement
  • 21st century workforce development
  • Second language acquisition
  • Digital learning environment
  • Dropout prevention strategies
  • Gifted and talented programs
  • Reporting and policy requirements
  • Qualified staff
  • Scope & sequence
  • Choice in learning
  • Literacy and mathematics
  • College ready
  • Financial resources



- Superintendent

-Exec Dir Account























-Exec Dir Special Services/Account



--Dept Supt C&I

- Staff Time
























-Staff Time





-Title I funds ($ amount to be filled in later)

July-August
























July-August





July-August

 
  1. Services will be provided for at-risk students to increase academic achievement and reduce the dropout rate for these students
  2. The human resources office, in collaboration with the campus principals, will work together to insure that all teachers meet highly qualified status as defined in NCLB.

-Dept Supt C&I




- Director of Human Resources

-State Comp Ed Funds ($ amount to be specified)

July-August


Evaluation

- Community-based assessment results

- State and federal accountability system results

 

- State and local  assessment results.

- Title I components clearly specified in Campus Improvement Plans.

- Graduation rates




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