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MULES S.T.A.R.S. Faculty & Staff Orientation August 16, 2013. School mission. To promote and provide academic excellence for all students to be lifelong learners and productive citizens by fostering a conducive and nurturing environment with total community partnership. agenda. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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MULES S.T.A.R.S.Faculty & Staff OrientationAugust 16, 2013School missionTo promote and provide academic excellence for all students to be lifelong learners and productive citizens by fostering a conducive and nurturing environment with total community partnership.agenda8:00-8:30School Goals8:30-9:00Introductions: Outreach & Attendance Officer9:00-11:00 Waiting for Superman Documentary11:00-11:30 Video Study11:30-12:30 Lunch12:30-1:30 Teacher Observations and Feedback/Instructional Rounds/Rubrics1:30-2:00School-wide Support for Students2:00-2:15Summary

School Goal 1Implement STARS (Striving To Achieve Rigorous& Relevant Standards). This will assist students in reaching conceptual understanding of standards and use skills across the curriculum. PURPOSE Will integrate College and Career standards, monitor progress of Outcomes, and evaluate Rigor & Relevance for all students in order to provide a Guaranteed & Viable Curriculum for all students.

Striving To Achieve Rigorous & Relevant StandardsSMARTGoal: All students willS- demonstrate CCCS expectationsM- with 80% mastery on school evaluationA- from grade to gradeR- meeting proficiency T- by final assessment at EOY

Striving To Achieve Rigorous & Relevant StandardsObjective 1: Training and Awareness will be provided to all stakeholders in order to Develop common language - Outcome: Pre-ExploreObjective 2: Review and Compare-Admin, Teachers, and Staff will compare GDOE&CSS and analyze for targeted skills. -Outcome: ExploreObjective 3: Integrate and Use-Admin, Teachers, and Staff will integrate CSS into daily instruction. -Outcome: Initial Implementing

Striving To Achieve Rigorous & Relevant Standards01Activity 1:Admin, Teacher, Staff OrientationActivity 2:Parent and Student OrientationActivity 3: Admin and Teacher (Formal) Training Outcome: Pre-Explore02Activity 1: CrosswalkActivity 2:UnpackingActivity 3:Mapping Outcome: Explore

03Activity 1:Pacing CalendarActivity 2:School (Vertical) PlanningActivity 3: Lesson PlanOutcome: Initial Implementation

School goal 2To be an active member of the School Action/Improvement Plan School that addresses struggling students, behavior, attendance, interventions parent involvement, and community outreach: Positive Student Support System.Positive student support systemPositive Behavior TeamReviews school behavior data and analyzes trends for school-wide, group, or individuals.Responsible for setting goals ensuring that the students demonstrate the expected behaviors.Members of the team are responsible to ensure that the expected behaviors are taught and supported effectively throughout the school.

Positive student support systemPositive Attendance TeamReviews school attendance data and analyzes trends for school-wide, group, or individuals.Responsible for setting goals for ensuring that students attend school every day on time.Members of the team are responsible for the practice that ensures monitoring, intervention, incentives, and prevention efforts for both tardiness and absences.

Positive student support systemPositive Interventions TeamReview students in regular education who are not making adequate gains despite standard program intervention. In particular, students who are struggling with academics, behavior, and/or attendance are reviewed and supported with additional school resources.Interventions are developed with the teacher and parent to help the child attain greater academic growth.

Positive student support systemPositive Family involvement TeamReviews family involvement data and analyzes trends for school-wide, group, or individuals.Responsible for setting goals and ensuring that families become essential partners in ensuring students success. Members of this team coordinates a program of extensive outreach, opportunities and workshops designed to invite families to be engaged in the school community and partners in their childs learning in ways that are beneficial to the student and manageable to the family.

Positive student support systemPositive Stakeholder TeamReviews the stakeholder networksfor possible opportunities to ensure that community volunteers and business partners are engaged and aligned with the school goals.Responsible for supporting other components, this group helps to align resources with student, school wide, and community needs for volunteers and resources.

Formal evaluationSTANDARD I: The competent teacher develops and prioritizes long and short-term objectives within curriculum guidelines by:

Formal evaluationSTANDARD III:The competent teacher establishes a common footing of understanding and participation with students by:Formal evaluationSTANDARD IV:The competent teacher teaches the lesson by

Instructional roundsTeam of Teachers, Curriculum Coordinator, and AdminFocus:Student Talk/Team TalkWhat we saw school-wide: Directed questions/led by the teacher; Active InstructionRecommendations: Revisit Cooperative Learning Standards; Students need to know their roles in Team Talk; Use Think-Pair-Share; Use Numbered Heads/Random calling of students; Increase opportunities for student talk; Balance between Teacher/Student talkNext Steps: Identify the Cooperative Learning Standard for the week; Revisit the criteria with the students; Explain points awarded and why they are received; Revisit the roles and responsibilities with students during Team Talk; Model the expectations

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