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School Improvement Plan

Comprehensive Improvement Plan


Clayton County Crest

Lovejoy High School

2019-2020

 

 

Vision Statement

The vision of Clayton County Public Schools is to be a district of high performance ALL students

to live and compete successfully in a global society.

 

Mission Statement

The mission of Clayton County Public Schools is to empower students to achieve academic and personal goals.

 

 

Principal:

Assistant Principal(s):

 

School Leadership/Improvement Team

 

Name

Position

Nelson L. Render

Principal

Tara Davison

Assistant Principal

Dr. Harold Dobbins

Assistant Principal

Terrence Dillard

Assistant Principal

Dr. Bonnie Waring

Assistant Principal

Regina Mitchell

Instructional Site Facilitator

Jennifer Foster

Instructional Site Facilitator

Cedric King

Athletic Director

Kari Callier

Math Department Chair

Nassera Chong

Science Department Chair

Amber Todd

English Department Chair

Ramon Thomas

Social Studies Department Chair

Karen Heatley

Parent Liaison

Tiffani McGee

DES Department Chair

Krista Lucich

PE Department Chair

Bridget Yancy

Fine Arts Department Chair

Santoshia Oggs

CTAE Department Chair

Carleen Murray

ROTC Department Chair

Isabelle English

Foreign Language Department Chair

Catherine Roberts

Lead Counselor

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2015-2016

2016-2017

2017-2018

2016-2020 Goals

Overall CCRPI Score: 64.9

 

Overall CCRPI Score:

61.7

Overall CCRPI Score:65.2

 

2018 Goal: 63.25 2020 Goal: 67.2

2019 Goal: 66.15 2021 Goal: 68.25

 

 

Overall CCRPI Goals based on the following formula:

 

CCPRI Performance Goals

For each year during the five-year Strategic Waiver School System term, formerly the Investing in Educational Excellence (IE2), with the baseline year 2015-2016, ____School will increase its College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) score with Challenge Points by 3% of the gap between the baseline year CCRPI score and 100.

 

 

Example

Baseline CCRPI Score

Expected Annual Growth

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

65

(100 – 65)(.03)

65 + 1(1.05)

65 + 2(1.05)

65 + 3(1.05)

65 + 4(1.05)

65 + 5(1.05)

1.05

66.05

67.1

68.15

69.2

70.25

 

Achievement Points Earned: 26/50

Achievement Points Earned: 26/50

Content Mastery Points Earned:

/30

Progress Points Earned: 32.2/40

Progress Points Earned: 31.9/40

Progress Points Earned:

/35

Achievement Gap Points Earned: 5/10

Achievement Gap Points Earned: 3.3/10

Closing Gaps Points Earned:

/15

Challenge Points Earned: 1.7/10

Challenge Points Earned: .5/10

Readiness Points Earned /20

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Read180

 

School Year

BOY

MOY

EOY

2016-17

 

 

 

2017-18

 

37%

53%

2018-19

 

 

 

Intervention Data

Language Live

 

School Year

BOY

MOY

EOY

2016-17

 

 

 

2017-18

 

 

 

2018-19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Achieve 3000

 

School Year

BOY

MOY

EOY

2017-18

 

 

 

2018-19

 

 

 

 

Math180 – Course I

 

School Year

BOY

MOY

EOY

2016-17

 

 

148

2017-18

 

155

150

2018-19

 

 

 

 

Math180 – Course II

 

School Year

BOY

MOY

EOY

2016-17

 

 

 

2017-18

 

 

 

2018-19

 

 

 

 

 

 

Odysseyware

 

School Year

BOY

MOY

EOY

2017-18

 

16.78

79.89

2018-19

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Strategic Goals

To increase academic achievement for all students in Clayton County Public Schools as evidenced by state, national, and international assessment results

To provide and maintain a safe and orderly learning environment

To create an environment that promotes active engagement, communication, accountability, and collaboration of all stakeholders to maximize student achievement

To provide high quality support services delivered on time and within budget to promote high performance in the Clayton County Public Schools

To recruit, develop, and retain highly qualified and effective staff

 

Action Plan

 

 

Performance Objective 1: By 2023, Clayton County Public Schools will increase the percentage of student scoring at the Proficient and/or Distinguished levels on the Georgia Milestones to at least 80% in each content area.

GADOE School Improvement Systems: Coherent Instruction, Effective Leadership, Family and Community Engagement, Professional Capacity

Action Steps/ Tasks

Timeline

Project Leader(s) and School Level Person(s) Monitoring

Resources/ Funding

Check Points/ Related Artifacts and Evidence

Professional Learning

Activity and Date

(where applicable)

Improve students’ ability to use textual evidence when answering questions, conducting close reading, and annotating text.

Sept.-Apr.

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,,

Teachers, Admin. Team

Title 1

PD

Collaborative Planning

 

  • Usage of GaDOE resources to evaluate student written. (Rubrics)
  • Evaluating close reading protocols.
  • Common writing assessments
  • Weekly lesson plans
  • Collaborative Planning Agenda/Session/Minutes
  • Student work samples

Benchmarks from Illuminate

  • Ga DOE and Lexile presentations
  • Professional Learning
  • Early Release Days
  • ELA teachers deliver close reading protocols to other departments

 

Increase the number of students who score at or above grade level Lexile band.

Sept.-Apr.

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,

Teachers, Admin. Team

District Benchmark

/Lexile Assessment

  • Data from Achieve 3000 results
  • Student logs/data logs
  • Collaborative planning meetings
  • SLDS usage to compare lexile scores.

Read 180

Teacher effectiveness w/ the use of Lexile data to inform instruction

Improve student’s ability to write from a different perspective or point of view.

 

 

 

 

Aug-May

 

 

 

 

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,

Teachers, Admin. Team

 

 

Title 1

Collaborative Planning Minutes

Monthly book reviews

  • Scored writing samples
  • Collaborative planning meetings that focuses on GaDOE rubrics.
  • Posted student samples and GaDOE released samples.

 

Teacher scoring of writing samples(Unit Assessment-Monthly)

 

 

 

Increase the number of students who are increasing grade level Lexile in REP Classes. (Language Live!)

 

 

Aug-May

 

 

 

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,

Teachers, Admin. Team

Language Live resources.

 

  • Beginning year benchmarks
  • Mid-Year benchmarks.
  • End of year Benchmarks
  • Unit Mastery Reports
  • Language Live

Language Live Feedback from Vendor

 

 

Increase the proficiency level of teachers using explicit instruction to deliver quality instruction. Increase the teacher’s ability to consistently teach conceptually

Aug.-May

Administrators

Collaborative Planning Minutes

  • Explicit Instructional Lesson Plans
  • Use of data notebooks
  • Teacher and administrator conferences

 

On-Going PD on Gradual Release

Improve students’ ability to make sense of problems and persevere in solving them

Sept.

-

April

 

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,

Teachers, Admin. Team

GaDOE study guides.

SLDS

Textbooks
TI Calculators

Smart Boards

Math Apps

Math Manipulatives

NCTM (regional conference

GCTM

 

 

  • Common assessments
  • Benchmark data
  • Evaluate student work in collaborative planning.
  • Explicit lesson plan with the incorporation of RWDAPS and Phenomenon-Based Learning.

GaDOE Study Guides Usage

Improve students’ ability to think critically by utilizing our school based instructional norms of Reading, Writing, Discussing, Analyzing, and Problem Solving (RWDAPS).

 

August-May

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,

Teachers, Admin. Team

Illuminate

GaDoe study guides

Textbooks

Khan Academy

Collaborative Planning

Smart Boards

Manipulatives

Software and Technology

Regional Conferences

Phenomenon Based Learning

 

 

 

  • Common assessments
  • Cornell notes
  • Benchmark Data
  • Student Data Notebooks
  • Previous Milestone Data (Domain)
  • Standard Analysis

Illuminate

EOC Data

Achieve 3000

USA Test Prep

Increase student's ability to analyze data and given information to infer answers to science concepts

August-May

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,

Teachers, Admin. Team

Title 1, PD

  • Collaborative planning to analyze student responses in lab reports
  • Common assessments
  • Benchmark data
  • Lab Reports
  • Lab Verification

GOFAR

Study Guides usage for GaDOE

NSTA Conferences

ADI Training

Increase the Mathematics and Computer Science program’s theme and visibility throughout the school.

August- May

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,

Teachers, Admin. Team,

Magnet lead

Magnet team meeting, lead, teachers

  • Survey
  • In-house recruitment and applicant tracking

 

Improve the Mathematics and Computer Science magnet program integration of subjects and courses.

August - May

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,

Teachers, Admin. Team,

Magnet lead

Magnet team,meeting, lead, teachers

  • Monitor implementation
  • Creation of the thematic units
  • Student assessment data from the thematic unit

Academic coach PD provided to content teachers

 

Improve student’s literacy of science concepts to increase the student’s ability to think critically.

August-May

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,

Teachers, Admin. Team

Access, SLDS,

Illuminate

Collaborative planning to analyze student responses to science journals/ articles

Common assessments

Benchmark data

ADI Integration

Discovery Education

Georgia Online Assessment System-

GOFAR

NSTA Conferences

ADI Training

To increase students’ ability to use basic math skills to solve scientific equations.

August-May

Dept. Chairs, Academic Coaches,,

Teachers, Admin. Team

Collaborative

Planning, PD

  • Common assessments
  • Benchmark data
  • Standard analysis
  • Lab Report
  • Gizmo

STARTS

NSTA Conferences

Professional Development in the Science Industry

College/University Lab visits

Technology Training

 

 

 

Supplemental Supports: What supplemental action steps will be implemented for these subgroups?

Economically Disadvantaged

Foster and Homeless

· Provide resources, information and referral services to community providers to assist with needs.

· Utilize school and district support staff (counselors, SSW, school psychologist, parent liaison) to provide services in an effort to decrease negative impact of economic status on academic performance.

 

 

· Pay/Waive fees for credit recovery.

· Provide academic support, tutoring and additional resources to assist with keeping up/catching up with work.

 

English Learners

Migrant

Provide resources, information and referral services to community providers to assist with needs.

 

· Pay/Waive fees for credit recovery.

· Provide academic support, tutoring and additional resources to assist with keeping up/catching up with work.

 

Race/Ethnicity/Minority

Students with Disabilities

Provide academic support, tutoring and additional resources to assist with keeping up/catching up with work.

 

Provide academic support, tutoring and additional resources to assist with keeping up/catching up with work.

 

 

 

Performance Objective 2: Over the next five years, Clayton County Public Schools will increase the graduation rate from 69.6% to 90% or higher.

GADOE School Improvement Systems: Coherent Instruction, Effective Leadership, Family and Community Engagement, Professional Capacity

Action Steps/ Tasks

Timeline

Project Leader(s) and School Level Person(s) Monitoring

Resources/ Funding

Check Points/ Related Artifacts and Evidence

Professional Learning

Activity and Date

(where applicable)

Implement a fully functioning Graduation Team

Weekly, Each Wednesday

Counselors, Admin. Team, Registrar

N/A

  • Cohort data
  • Contact of students who may have dropped out
  • Identify and support “at-risk” students
  • Support students who are on track to graduate
  • 9-Week Graduation Check Protocol
  • Provide educational resources to parent/students

Training on how to increase graduation rate

Implement a fully functioning Student Attendance Committee

Weekly, Each Wednesday

Counselors, Admin. Team SAC

NA

  • Attendance Reports
  • SAC committee meeting minutes
  • Attendance letters

Weekly PLC’S

 

Supplemental Supports: What supplemental action steps will be implemented for these subgroups?

Economically Disadvantaged

Foster and Homeless

· Provide resources, information and referral services to community providers to assist with needs.

· Utilize school and district support staff (counselors, SSW, school psychologist, parent liaison) to provide services in an effort to decrease negative impact of economic status on academic performance.

 

 

· Pay/Waive fees for credit recovery.

· Provide academic support, tutoring and additional resources to assist with keeping up/catching up with work.

English Learners

Migrant

 

Provide resources, information and referral services to community providers to assist with needs.

· Pay/Waive fees for credit recovery.

· Provide academic support, tutoring and additional resources to assist with keeping up/catching up with work.

Race/Ethnicity/Minority

Students with Disabilities

 

Provide graduation resources materials and supplies to assist students and families.

DES staff will ensure that IEP’s and re-evaluations are completed in a timely manner and followed through with fidelity.

· Ensure all accommodations & modifications needed are in place to assist students with meeting maximum potential.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performance Objective 3: By 2023, Clayton County Public Schools will increase the number of students absent less than 10% of their enrolled academic year.

GADOE School Improvement Systems: Effective Leadership, Supportive Learning Environment, Family and Community Engagement, Professional Capacity

Action Steps/ Tasks

Timeline

Project Leader(s) and School Level Person(s) Monitoring

Resources/ Funding

Check Points/ Related Artifacts and Evidence

Professional Learning

Activity and Date

(where applicable)

Implement a fully functioning Student Attendance Committee

Weekly, Each Wednesday

Counselors, Admin. Team SAC

NA

  • Monthly/Weekly attendance data
  • SAC committee meeting minutes
  • Attendance letters
  • Daily attendance taken report

Weekly PLC’S

 

 

 

 

 

 

Implement a student rewards program for perfect attendance

Ongoing Sept. - May

Counselors, Admin. Team SAC

NA

  • Officially recognize those students who have perfect attendance per 9 week grading period.
  • Post attendance data by grade level and provide incentives for perfect attendance

PBIS

 

 

 

Supplemental Supports: What supplemental action steps will be implemented for these subgroups?

Economically Disadvantaged

Foster and Homeless

· Provide resources, information and referral services to community providers to assist with needs.

· Utilize school and district support staff (counselors, SSW, school psychologist, parent liaison) to provide services in an effort to decrease negative impact of economic status on academic performance.

 

 

· Work on decreasing wait time for transportation request for HED students.

· Added new code for HED transportation delay so it will not count against the student.

 

 

English Learners

Migrant

 

Provide resources, information and referral services to community providers to assist with needs.

· Work on decreasing wait time for transportation request for HED students.

· Added new code for HED transportation delay so it will not count against the student.

 

 

Race/Ethnicity/Minority

Students with Disabilities

Provide attendance support to students and families. Ensure effective communication held with parents.

 

Increase communication with parents of MOID/ SID/PID to encourage them to submit excuses when absent as this population misses a lot of school due to health conditions.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Performance Objective 4: By 2023, Clayton County Public Schools will decrease the number of discipline infractions while increasing employee morale and community support.

GADOE School Improvement Systems: Effective Leadership, Supportive Learning Environment, Family and Community Engagement, Professional Capacity

Action Steps/ Tasks

Timeline

Project Leader(s) and School Level Person(s) Monitoring

Resources/ Funding

Check Points/ Related Artifacts and Evidence

Professional Learning

Activity and Date

(where applicable)

Implement a comprehensive behavior management plan.

Review 1st Wednesday of each month

Discipline team

Administrators

NA

  • MTSS visit reports
  • The reduction of students serving ISS/OSS.
  • Monthly discipline reports will be used to monitor.
  • PBIS Reports

 

Implement a student rewards program for students that exhibit expected behavior (PBIS) to become state certified

Monthly-last Friday of each month

Counselors/Admin. team and Discipline team.

General Fund

  • Behavior Reports
  • Reduction in discipline infractions
  • Reduction in OSS and ISS days

 

 

Supplemental Supports: What supplemental action steps will be implemented for these subgroups?

Economically Disadvantaged

Foster and Homeless

 

· Provide resources, information and referral services to community providers to assist with needs.

· Utilize school and district support staff (counselors, SSW, school psychologist, parent liaison) to provide services in an effort to decrease negative impact of economic status on academic performance.

 

Open communication with administrators regarding HED status by viewing Infinite Campus before issuing discipline (ex: uniform violation, attendance) etc.

 

English Learners

Migrant

Provide resources, information and referral services to community providers to assist with needs.

 

Open communication with administrators regarding HED status by viewing Infinite Campus before issuing discipline (ex: uniform violation, attendance) etc.

 

Race/Ethnicity/Minority

Students with Disabilities

Provide resources and information on how to manage anger via social and emotional support.

Administrators will review IEP for exceptionality area to ensure discipline drop are within the limit. Administrators will offer alternatives to OSS options.

 

 


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