Action PLAN
for
Barbers Point Elementary School

 

[Action PLAN for 2002 2003][ Visiting Committee Report for 2002][ Progress REPORT 5 Year][Tech BUDGET]

[ESLRs/GLOs/Standards Addressed: MATH]

[Staff Development with Relation to ESLRs]

[Integrated Schoolwide Assessment]

[MATH Investigations Program]

[Work Sampling System - WSS]

[Teaching and Assessing Complex - wide WRITING]

[Aries - Physical Seience Standards]

[Student Personal and Academic Growth]

[Resource Management and Development]

[Reading PROGRAM]

[Reading Intervention]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ACTION PLAN - ORGANIZATION OF STUDENT LEARNING

Area of Improvement: Define in writing roles/responsibilities of school leadership.
Provide administrative support in all areas of the FOL process

Rationale: Clear understanding of roles of responsibilities of all groups.

ESLRs/GLOs/Standards Addressed: MATH

Change or Implement

Timeline

Enabling.

Resources

Assessing

Persons Responsible

Reporting

A copy of the roles and responsibilities of school leadership positions will be defined, written and distributed to faculty and staff.

 

 

2000 - 2004

 

 

 

 

  • timely communications with those in leadership positions

 

  • copies of previous years roles and responsibilities
  • copies of roles and responsibilities

 

 

  • FOL Organization Focus Group

 

  • distribution to all staff
  • insertion in faculty handbook
  • included in lists of resources & inventory(e.g. science, lab, art gallery, etc.)

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ACTION PLAN - ORGANIZATION OF STUDENT LEARNING

Area of Improvement: Develop and implement a comprehensive staff development plan that show linkage to ESLRs and training received.

Rationale: Compliance with state mandates.

Change or Implement

Timeline

Enabling.

Resources

Assessing

Persons Responsible.

Reporting

Determine correlation stating the correlation between workshops attended and HCPS II/GLOs

  • develop a form
  • implement form

Determine staff development needs by:

  • developing a survey to determine areas of need that include school priority areas and incorporate HCPS/GLOs
  • implement survey

 

  • use the results to prioritize training

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jan. 2002

SY 2002-2005

 

 

 

Jan. 2002

 

 

 

Sept. 2002
Sept. 2003
Sept. 2004

 

Oct. 2002
Oct. 2003
Oct. 2004
  • time set aside for committee to meet

 

  • explaining use of the form to staff

 

  • HCPS II
  • GLOs
  • final draft of form

 

  • copy of completed forms submitted at the end of the school year

 

  • staff feedback

 

  • summary of surveys

 

  • FOL Organization focus group minutes

 

 

 

  • FOL Organization Focus Group

 

  • FOL Facilitators

 

 

  • distribution to all staff

 

  • summary of completed forms to staff

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ACTION PLAN - ORGANIZATION OF STUDENT LEARNING

Area of Improvement: Develop and implement an integrated schoolwide assessment that addresses the student achievement of the ESLRs..

Rationale: Adjustment of teaching strategies to address achievement of ESLRs

Change or Implement

Timeline

Enabling.

Resources

Assessing

Persons Responsible

Reporting

Continue reading assessments:

DIBELS for grades K-3, Test of Oral Reading Fluency (TORF) for grades 4-5.

Continue Kapolei complex focus on writing assessment.

 

Implementation of Work Sampling system for writing, social studies and personal/social development. (Curr. & Instruction Action Plan)

Sept. 2001
Sept. 2002
Sept. 2003
Sept. 2004

Sept. 2001
Sept. 2002
Sept. 2003
Sept. 2004

2001-2002

 

  • Class size reduction resource teacher support.

 

  • Support staff for testing.
  • Kapolei complex direction
  • intra- and inter-grade articulation

 

  • Test booklets
  • Manuals

 

  • Rubrics
  • "I Can" statements

 

  • Work Sampling Manuals
  • Ominibus Guidelines
  • summary reports

 

 

 

  • Benchmarks
  • curriculum coordinator

 

 

  • teachers

 

  • class reports to teachers

 

 

  • class benchmark data

 

  • observation checklist student data for subject area

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ACTION PLAN - CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

Area of Improvement: Pilot Math Investigations Program

Rationale: Implement a math program, aligned with Hawaii Content and Performance Standards, with emphasis on problem solving and mathematical thinking skills.

ESLRs/GLOs/Standards Addressed: Math

Change or Implement

Timeline

Enabling.

Resources

Assessing

Persons Responsible

Reporting

Pilot Math Investigations Program

 

2000 - 2002

 

 

 

 

  • teacher inservice and continued inservice for new teachers to the school

 

  • purchase of materials for the program implementation

 

  • respresentatives sent to NCTM conferences and to visit school sites that have been implementing the program

 

  • grade level articulation

 

  • budget allocation

 

 

  • teacher resource books

 

  • mainipulatives to implement program

 

  • HCPS II

 

  • state resource teachers

 

  • Math Investigations program trainers

 

  • assessment books

 

  • supplementary materials to provide for program gaps

 

  • Eisenhower funds
  • teacher articulation

 

  • teacher survey as to effectiveness of program

 

  • student work assessment tasks

 

  • attendance at inservices

 

  • needs survey

 

 

 

 

  • teachers

 

  • administration

 

  • math committee

 

  • state resource teachers

 

  • program trainers

 

 

  • minutes of articulation sessions and meetings

 

  • teacher surveys

 

  • student work

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ACTION PLAN - CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

Area of Improvement: Continue to use Work Sampling System (WSS) in needed areas.

Rationale: Provided needed assessment data in areas of writing, personal and social development and social studies.

ESLRs/GLOs/Standards Addressed: Writing, Personal and Social Development and Social Studies

Change or Implement

Timeline

Enabling.

Resources

Assessing

Persons Responsible

Reporting

Continue use of WSS in writing area.

Add WSS personal and social development section

Add social studies section

Continue as determined by faculty.

Ongoing

 

SY 2001-2002

SY 2001-2002

Ongoing
  • school wide articulation

 

  • articulation within grade levels

 

 

  • checklists

 

  • Omnibus Guidelines

 

  • Grade level manuals

 

  • articulation and evaluation by teachers and curriculum coordinator

 

  • teachers

 

  • curriculum coordinator

 

  • completed checklists

 

  • staff development days and faculty meetings evaluation

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ACTION PLAN - CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

Area of Improvement: Develop a more standard process for teaching writing/assessing complex wide.

Rationale: Implement consistent strategies to help students construct meaning, communicate effectively and demonstrate conventions of language through writing.

ESLRs/GLOs/Standards Addressed: Writing

Change or Implement

Timeline

Enabling.

Resources

Assessing

Persons Responsible

Reporting

Begin complex focus on composing process

Continue complex focus on composing process.

Inter-rater reliability training

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2000-2001

 

Ongoing

As requested by grade levels (SY 2001-2002)

Ongoing

 

 

  • articulation with Kapolei Elementary teachers

 

  • meeting with Kapolei complex schools

 

  • staff development with Kathy Au

 

  • developing and utilizing "I Can" statements and rubrics with students

 

  • collecting WSS writing samples

 

  • time set aside for inter-rater reliability training by curriculum coordinator
  • Kathy Au

 

  • state language arts resource teachers

 

  • curriculum coordinator

 

 

  • attendance at leadership meetings

 

  • Kapolei/BPES articulation

 

  • rated writing samples

 

  • student work

 

 

 

  • teachers

 

  • curriculum coordinator

 

  • Leadership team

 

  • development of rubrics for standards and evaluation

 

  • data gathered from writing samples

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ACTION PLAN - CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION

Area of Improvement: Implement and evaluate Aries Astronomy Based Science units in upper elementary classrooms.

Rationale: Implement a discovery, hands on approach of scientific thinking and inquiry to help students meet science standards benchmarks.

ESLRs/GLOs/Standards Addressed: Physical science standards

Change or Implement

Timeline

Enabling.

Resources

Assessing

Persons Responsible.

Reporting

Use of 1 unit in gtades 3,4 & 5

Use of 2 units in grade 3, 1 units in grades 4 & 5

2000-2001

 

2001-2002

 

 

 

  • funds to purchase supplies and kits

 

  • resource teacher for the program

 

  • articulation among teachers

 

 

  • Aries Kits

 

  • curriculum coordinator
  • pre and post tests for each unit

 

  • observation of skills checklist

 

  • students self assessment

 

  • grades 3, 4 & 5 teachers

 

  • curriculum coordinator

 

  • evaluation data to be compiled by curriculum coordinator and distributed

 

  • staff development days and faculty meetings evaluation

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ACTION PLAN - SUPPORT FOR STUDENT PERSONAL AND ACADEMIC GROWTH

Area of Improvement: Enhance and foster awareness of socially appropriate behavior of oneself and others.

Rationale: Learning and teaching occur best in school climates that are positive, orderly, courteous and safe.

ESLRs/GLOs/Standards Addressed: All

 

Change or Implement

Timeline

Persons

Respon.

Enabling

Activities

Resources

Assessing

Reporting

Develop Character Education Program and Resource File

Implement Character Education Program (entire school)

Begin Positive Behavior Support system (entire school)

Decide on 3 schoolwide behavior objectives

Revise behavior referral form.

Input referral data into database.

Report to staff on where/when referrals occur.

SY 2001-2002

 

 

SY 2001-2002

 

 

SY 2001-2002

 

 

10/24/01

 

Oct. 2001

 

Oct. 2001

Ongoing

Spring 2002

Ongoing

Student Support Committee

 

Administration

Faculty

Staff

Student Support Committee

 

Staff

 

Counselor

 

Counselor/SSC

 

Administration

  • organize and train cadre (provide subs and needed).

 

  • schoolwide articulation and implementation of 3-5 behavior expectations.

 

  • utilize support personnel to input data

 

  • schoolwide articulation on implications of data

 

  • action plan based on data
  • Drug Free Grant Monies from '98- 99

 

  • Purchase of videos, literature, activity books

 

  • Jean Nakasato, Student Support Services Branch

 

  • PBS Database, Kapolei Complex wide

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  • teacher/student input

 

  • student product

 

  • staff review of current and ongoing data

 

 

  • graphs of office referrals (positive student behavior)

 

  • understanding of character traits

 

  • Use for choosing JETS

 

  • graphs of referrals

 

  • staff decisions based on data

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ACTION PLAN - RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT

Area of Improvement: Developing implementing a planned schedule for the purchase, maintenance and upgrade instructional equipment (including computers and photocopiers).

Rationale: Technology enhances and supports the school's curriculum and administrative systems. It is a part of the integrated curriculum. Our vision is to ensure that our students are effective, efficient and ethical users of technology. The technology program is constantly evolving to keep abreast of current technologies.

Standards-Based Student Outcome(Goals:

The learner will understand the important issue of technology based society and will exhibit ethical behavior in the use of computers.
The learner will demonstrate knowledge and skills using computer technology.
The learner will apply technology skills as consumer and producer.

Change or Implement

Enabling

Professional Development

Resources

Assessing

Persons Responsible

Timeline

Barbers Pt. Elementary 5 year technology budget plan.

 

Technology scope and sequence.

  • maintaining technology coord. position

 

  • articulation and collaboration with complex tech. cadre.

 

  • expand, maintain and upgrade hardware , software, peripherals and equipment
  • provide professional development oppor to keep teachers abreast of emerging technologies.

 

  • articulation and collaboration for develoopment of integrated units of study

 

  • funds professional development opportunities

state funds

  • grants
  • donations
  • volunteers

students products

  • streamlined communication system and administrative tasks

technology coordinator

  • curriculum coordinator

 

  • faculty

 

  • technology comm.

 

* see budget plan

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Area of Improvement: Raise funds and submit grants to financially support the Schoolwide Action Plan

Rationale: Funding from the state has decreased and the school has prioritized and adjusted needs to maintain essential services. Other sources of funding are needed to maintain and expand technology resources as well as to support curricular needs for standards implementation.

ESLRs/GLOs/Standards Addressed: All

 

Change or Implement

Enabling

Professional. Development

Resources

Assessing

Persons Responsible

Timeline

Seek out and submit grant proposals.

 

Seek corporate sponsors.

 

Focus parent-led fundraisers on Schoolwide Action Plan.

  • prioritizing needs
  •  
  • organizing a committee to lead or oversee
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  • articulation with parents groups on needs
  • grantwriting workshops

grants

  • corporations
  • PCNC/Parent group

grants to school

  • donations to the school
  •  
  • monies raised by parents to fund Schoolwide Action Plan

technology coordinator

  • curriculum coordinator

 

  • curriculum committees

 

  • faculty

 

  • PCNC coordinator

 

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READING PROGRAM: BARBERS POINT ELEMENTARY

Area of Improvement/Maintenance: Students demonstrate confidence as readers and find value and satisfaction in reading and sharing reading experiences with others.

Rationale: Provide varied opportunities for students to develop and improve reading skills and to enjoy literature

Change or Implement

Timeline

Enabling.

Resources

Assessing

Persons Responsible

Reporting

JET Books: Preschool -3rd

Ongoing

 

  • parent volunteers to change books daily and bi-weekly
  • funds to replace aging books and packs

books and jet packs

 

  • number of books read aloud to students by parents/adults
  • parents and student comments
  • teachers
  • librarian
  • PCNC coordinator
  • parent volunteers

evaluation at the end of year by teachers and parents

RAP (Read Aloud Program)

2001-2002
  • Contracting RAP for 7 sessions to provide read aloud sessions to students and parent sessions to learn about reading aloud
  • volunteers to run program

funds allocated in budget RAP personnel community donations

number of participants evaluation by participants

RAP personnel librarian administration teachers

evaluations shared with school community

Accelerated: 3rd 4th and 5th

Ongoing
  • funds to upgrade program

computers software program to text reading comprehension

number of points accumulated by students number of books read

librarian teachers students

print-out of individual student records

Adoption of research based reading program.

K-2 (2001-2003)

3-5 ( 2002-2003)

2001-2003
  • beginning reading workshops for teachers which enables teachers to learn best practices and what research says works in teaching students to read
  • mentor teacher for K-1 teachers (monthly meetings)

Harcourt - Collections series IBR workshops Direct Instruction strategies decodable texts

DIBELS testing

(fall, winter, spring)

grades K-3

  • TORF(test of oral reading fluency)(fall, winter spring)

grades 4-5

 

  • teachers
  • administration
  • curriculum coordinator

testing results graphed and shared with school community

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READING INTERVENTION PLAN: BARBERS POINT ELEMENTARY

Grade

Core Instructional Program

Supplemental

Delivery(Who, Where, When)

Assessment

Kindergarten

  • Harcourt; Treasury of Literature
  • Harcourt Collections (2002-2003)
  • Direct Instruction strategies (whole class)
  • Optimize

teachers classroom setting daily

progress monitoring for Intensive support students DIBELS testing 3X a year

First Grade

  • Harcourt: Treasury of Literature/Collections

Direct Instruction strategies Harcourt; Collection phonic readers and practice readers Read Naturally (3X a week)

teachers; educational assistants classroom setting daily

progress monitoring for Intensive Support students DIBELS testing 3X a year

Second Grade

  • Harcourt: Treasury of Literature/Collections

Collections: Phonic Readers Little Phonic Readers Read Naturally (3X a week) Direct Instruction strategies for intensive support students

teachers parent volunteers classroom setting

progress monitoring for Intensive Support students DIBELS testing-3X a year

Third Grade

  • Harcourt: Treasury of Literature

Harcourt intervention readers and workbook Read Naturally (3X a week)

classroom teachers parent volunteers

  • SAT test scores
  • ORF testing 3X a year

Fourth Grade

  • Harcourt: Treasury of Literature

Harcourt intervention readers and workbook Read Naturally (3X a week)

teachers

  • ORF testing 3X a year.

Fifth Grade

  • Harcourt: Treasury of Literature

Harcourt intervention readers and workbook. Read Naturally 3X a week)

 

  • classroom

SAT test scores ORF testing 3X a year.

[2002 Midterm Visiting Committee Report] [Progress Report for 2001 - 2002] [Barbers Point Elementary School TECH 5 year BUDGET] [Back to BARBERS POINT ELEMENTARY] [ Back to the TOP]