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Carolina Middle School

By: Sylvia, Anthony-McGeachy, LaAlice Hopkins, Ashley


Johnson, Julie Simpson

Vision & Mission


Mission
Carolina Middle School will inspire all learners as we nurture talents and interests while encouraging selfmotivation and self-discipline. We will achieve academic success in a safe environment through belief in
student potential and by establishing and building relationships while creating productive citizens for any
community.

Vision
Carolina Middle School will use school and community resources to create educated, responsible, and
productive citizens.

Values
G reatness comes with effort.
A ttitude is everything.
T ake responsibility for your actions.
O pen your mind to new ideas.
R espect self, others and property.
S uccess is expected.

Demographics of Students
Total of 1004 students
40% Free/Reduced Lunch
14% EC population
6% ELL population

Demographics - Ethnicity

Staff Demographics
63 classroom teachers
Teaching staff:

Teacher Education
93% Fully Licensed Teachers

15% Black

6% Lateral Entry

85 % White

100% Highly Qualified

Classified Support Staff (custodians,


cafeteria, TA, office staff)
29% Black
71% White

Certified Support Staff (guidance,


media, administration)
43% Black

30% Advance Degree


5 National Board Certified Teachers
Years of Experience
45% 0-3 years
34% 4-10 years

School Improvement Plan Analysis


State the mission & vision ensure
alignment
Be specific with action steps
Add data sources to support the need
for the goals.
3 of the goals are listed as
organizational and 1 as academic
School goals are aligned with district
goals. The goals are the districts and
the strategies are for the specific
school.
Explanation of how to spend the money
on Goal 3

Concerns
Does the county goals reflect the
individualized needs of the school?
How will the $28,972 be spent? Subs to
cover vertical PLC? Professional
Development?
Goal 2 mentions iRead but also an
increase in positions per grade level
to reduce the # of students on ELA
classes to transition all EC students
to inclusion model & address
intervention. Funding?

Reading Scores by Cohort


CCR
Results

2014

2015

6th

54.7

56.6

7th

54.2

50.6

8th

51.3

49.6

Math Scores by Cohort


CCR
Results

2014

2015

6th

31.3

44.6

7th

41.3

37.8

8th

29.8

37.1

8th Grade Scores


Science

Math I

Test Data Concerns

6th Grade Math

7th Grade Reading

8th Grade Reading

8th Grade Math

AMO Targets
# of Targets met has
declined over the past
3 years
Has more success
meeting AMO targets in
Reading than Math
AIG students met targets
in Math and Science,
but not Reading

Perception Data Analysis: Parent TWC Data


Glows

Grows

The purpose of our school is clearly focused on student


success. (87.50%)

The teacher uses a variety of learning and instructional


activities. (66.22%)

Our school has high expectations for all students.


(84.42%)

Teacher meets student needs by individualizing and


instruction. (55.41%)

My child knows the expectations for learning in the class.


(90.54%)

Excellent support services are provided. (56.76%)

The facilities support student learning at the school.


(86.49%)

Financial resources are effectively used at our school.


(59.46%)

Perception Data Analysis: Student TWC


Data
Glows

Grows

Teachers explain expectations for learning and behavior so I can


be successful. (73.47%)

All students are treated with respect. (40.91%)

Teachers use tests/projects/presentations to check my knowledge


of what I was taught. (78.83%)

Students treat adults with respect. (33.16%)

My teachers provide information about my learning and grades.


(76.09%)

My teachers change their teaching to meet my needs. (41.48%)

I am provided with challenging curriculum and learning


experiences. (74.24%)

Students respect the property of others. (28.54%)

The principals and teachers have high expectations for me.


(80.32%)

Students help each other even if they are not friends. (29.54%)

Perception Data: Summary


Positive parent survey data is significantly higher in most standards than student data.
Positive parent survey data has remained consistent or shown growth/minimal
improvement whereas student data has stayed consistently low.
Staff data is fairly high in most areas.
Significant discrepancies between student data and parent/staff data.
There appears to be a cultural gap amongst the students and their feelings towards
the school environment, whereas, their perception of their academic and
behavioral expectations from the school appear to be higher.
Parents and staff both agree: the school has a fun and welcoming environment,
supportive and collaborative staff
Areas of struggle from 13-14 to 14-15 school years continued to show: lack of technology,
curriculum resources, communication/guidance on improving instruction

Previous Budget Spending

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Previous Budget Spending


1.CMS spent $26,309.00 in State Funds
2.CMS spent $20,251.00 in Local Funds
3.CMS spent $12,549.00 in Capital Outlay Funds
4.A total of $38,677.00 was used for Instructional Supplies
5.$3,311.00 was used for Principal and Office Staff Travel
6.$8,549.00 was used for Non-Capitalized Equipment

Total Budget was $62,156.00

Concerns About The Previous Budget


Spending

$38,677.00 is more than half of their budget to spend on instructional


supplies. Could this money have been used to enrich the students that
are already IIIs, IVs, and Vs so that they show growth?
$3,311.00 in Principals travel expenses vs 1,325.00 in teacher travel?
Not enough to cover what they want to do with PLC PD.

Recommendations for Improvement


ICEL: Instruction, Curriculum, Environment, Learner
Assess teacher placement
Fishbowl
Instructional Rounds
Part-time content specialists (Math & Reading)
Part-time Tutors (4)
Professional Development for Teachers
More detailed budget to track impact