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CURRITUCK COUNTY SCHOOLS

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SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN & IMPLEMENTATION MAP
2016-2019
Currituck County Schools Mission:
Connecting with students, parents, and community, Currituck County Schools will provide a world class
educational system that produces students of character, prepared for the future.

Currituck County Schools Vision:

"Our goal is to teach and assess skills students will need to be productive and successful learners, workers, and
globally aware citizens." Students will be:
Growth minded and academically prepared;
Effective communicators and collaborators; and
Critical thinkers and problem solvers.

Currituck County Schools Beliefs:

Student learning and decisions will be:


Student Centered;
Data Driven;
Personalized; and
Collaborative.
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Year 1 Plan
Transforming Initiative 1: Implement MTSS processes for defining and delivering effective core
instruction, analyzing common assessment data to provide differentiated instructional
opportunities and problem solving for interventions needed for students academic and
behavioral success.
MTSS employs a problem-solving process that helps match instructional resources and focus to educational
needs; makes the instructional adjustments necessary for continued improvement in both student academic
performance and students rates of progress; and assesses the effectiveness of instruction/interventions on
student outcomes. (American Institutes for Research, Using a Response to Intervention Framework to Improve
Student Learning May 2013, weblink)

Key Staff Responsible:

Principal
Assistant Principal
All Teachers/Instructional Support Personnel
Teacher Assistants

Alignment to State Board of Education Goals:


Every student graduates from high school prepared for work, further education and citizenship
Every student has a personalized education
Every student is healthy, safe, and responsible
Alignment to Currituck County Schools Beliefs and Goals:
Students will be:
Growth minded and academically prepared;
Effective communicators and collaborators; and
Critical thinkers and problem solvers.

TOOLS:
MTSS IMPLEMENTATION PLAN/RESOURCES
TIPS PROBLEM SOLVING FRAMEWORK

SCHOOLNET BENCHMARKS
READING 3D/MATH BENCHMARKS
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EVAAS (GROWTH AND PROFICIENCY DATA)
SCOOTPAD/ZEARN/ENGAGE NY/LETTERLAND
POWERSCHOOL HOMEBASE
READING RECOVERY DATA

COGAT
EOG/NCFE TEST DATA
EDUCATOR HANDBOOK

PHASE I (YEAR 1)
In Year 1 (2016-17), we will be successful if we accomplish:
School performance on EOG assessment in grades 3-5 will show 5-8% growth in overall
proficiency, per grade in Reading.
School performance on EOG assessment in grades 3-5 will show 5-8% growth in overall
proficiency, per grade in Math.
School performance on EOG assessment in grade 5 will show 5-8% growth in overall
proficiency in Science.
School wide full implementation of EngageNY Math and Letterland (as grade level
appropriate) will assist in producing:
~80% or better of K-2 students meet grade level expectations in Math as
evidenced by end of
year assessments.
~80% or better of K-2 students meet grade level expectation for EOY TRC
reading proficiency as
measured by Reading 3D assessment.
Reduce the number of data points falling below the 60% mark (collected from school
accountability results) by 80%; with no data points falling below 50%.

STRATEGIES:

Analyze school based common assessments and 3D data through weekly grade level PLC
meetings and Monthly MTSS meetings (including discipline and attendance data)
Analyze state assessment results and EVAAS data to identify strengths and areas of needs
at the individual grade level and school level
Monitor strategies being used through classroom walks and formal observations
Increase the use of differentiation, flexible grouping and interventions within the
classroom
Use MTSS process to target subgroups in need and provide appropriate researched based
interventions

Strategies/Actions detailed here:

KEY ACTIVITY

PERSON(S)
RESPONSIBLE

TARGET
DATE

ARTIFACTS

Analyze school based


common assessments and
3D data through weekly
grade level PLC meetings
and Monthly MTSS
meetings

Administration
MTSS Team
Classroom
Teachers/PLC
Title 1 Staff
EC Staff
AIG

BOY/MOY/EO
Y
benchmarks
2016-2017
School year

-Grade level PLC


meeting data sheets
-MTSS meeting minutes
-SAM Results
-Student
achievement/growth
results BOY/MOY/EOY
-Attendance/Discipline
reports

Principal
Assistant Principal
Classroom Teachers
Title 1 Staff

BOY 2016
and
continuing
through the

-EOY results from 20152016


-Achievement Data
-Growth Data

Update data walls


Analyze state assessment
results and EVAAS data to
identify strengths and
areas of needs at the

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individual grade level and
school level

EC staff
AIG

2016-2017
School year

- CogAt Data

Monitor strategies being


used through classroom
walks and formal
observations

Principal
Assistant Principal

2016-2017
School Year

-NCEES evaluations
-collected observation
data
-identification of
interventions/strategies
used

Focus on more effective


planning and execution of
differentiated instruction
and flexible grouping as
part of the districts literacy
framework.

Classroom Teachers
Teacher Assistants
Title 1 Staff
EC staff

2016-2017
School year

-Lesson Plans
-Walk through data
-Observations
-Increased student
achievement on
benchmark assessments
and Reading 3D
-Book study
implementation

Use MTSS process to


identify subgroups in need
and provide appropriate
researched based
interventions

Principal
Assistant Principal
MTSS team
Classroom Teachers
Title 1 Staff
EC staff

BOY 2016
and
continuing
throughout
the school
year as
needs arise

-Individual student MTSS


Tier plans
-researched based
interventions
-WinScan Reports
-SAM

Build strong students of


character through the
implementation of Stephen
Coveys traits: The 7
Habits; The Leader in Me

All School personnel

2016-2017
School Year

-Monthly Character Traits


-Classroom Challenges
-Staff/Student,
Staff/Staff,
Student/Student
interactions
-Student leadership/SAC

Use of North Carolina


Standard Course of Study
and Currituck Countys
developed pacing guides
while implementing Engage
NY Math and Letterland

Classroom teachers
Teacher Assistants
Title 1 Staff
EC staff
AIG

2016-2017
School year

-Lesson Plans
-PLC collaboration
-Student work
-Student growth and
achievement

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Transforming Initiative 2: Strengthen teacher effectiveness through high quality professional


development opportunities and provide sustained support in implementing teaching/learning
strategies aligned with district goals.
More than two decades of research findings are unequivocal about the connection between teacher quality and
student learning. Indeed, What Matters Most: Teaching for Americas Future (1996), the influential report of the
National Commission on Teaching and Americas Future, made teaching the core of its three simple premises
in its blueprint for reforming the nations schools. They are:

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What teachers know and can do is the most important influence on what students

learn.
Recruiting, preparing, and retaining good teachers is the central strategy for
improving our schools.
School reform cannot succeed unless it focuses on creating the conditions under which
teachers can teach and teach well. weblink

Alignment to State Board of Education Goals:


Every student, every day, has excellent educators
Every student has a personalized education

Alignment to Currituck County Schools Beliefs and Goals:


Student Learning and Decisions will be
Student-Centered
Data Driven
Personalized
Collaborative
Key Staff Responsible:

TOOLS:
MTSS DMT MEETINGS
PLC MEETINGS
GROWTH AND PROFICIENCY DATA
CURRICULUM MEETINGS
COGAT DATA
LEADERSHIP TEAM MEETINGS

Principal
Assistant Principal
All Teachers/Instructional Support Personnel
Teacher Assistants
Other District Personnel
STAFF PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT INTEREST
PDP/NCEES EVALUATION INSTRUMENT
SCOOTPAD/ZEARN/ENGAGE NY/LETTERLAND
BOOK STUDY IMPLEMENTATION/FOLLOW UP DATA
LEADERSHIP PROBLEM SOLVING DOCUMENT

PHASE I (YEAR 1)
In Year 1 (2016-17), we will be successful if we accomplish:

All instructional staff analyzing classroom and student data to identify and create specific
goals (class and student) for academic improvement of 5-8% on proficiency growth on
state assessments.
Instructional staff meets as PLC teams to self-reflect and analyze instruction while
developing, implementing and modifying plans, as needed throughout the year. As
measured by 80% proficiency in core instruction.
Professional development sessions, webinars and school based in-services are acquired
and offered to all staff based on teacher/student needs. Teachers will apply knowledge
gained through these offerings as evidence through implementation of instructional
strategies, written goals within teacher PDPs and performance assessment on the NCEES
instrument.

STRATEGIES:

District instructional coach and school mentors will provide school-wide professional
development for teachers, model effective instructional techniques in classrooms, and
provide one-on-one support to students and teachers.

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School Title 1 personnel and classroom teachers will plan and conduct Title I parent
training nights on literacy and math, to build home/school connections and share
effective strategies for parents to use as they support and enhance the reading/math
learning process for their students.
Staff will acquire, read and discuss professional literature, implement ideas from
literature, and dialogue with the literacy coach, Title 1 personnel and special education
team during collaboration meetings to strengthen literacy instruction to meet students
needs.
Each group of grade-level teachers, along with EC teacher and relevant specialists, will
meet as a Professional Learning Community (PLC) to examine best instructional practices.
Teachers will utilize Early Release/Team time workdays to attend professional
development, work in grade level or district level PLC groups, curriculum groups or
collaborate with Leadership/MTSS Data team to target school and district goals.

Strategies/Actions detailed here:


KEY ACTIVITY

PERSON(S)
RESPONSIBLE

TARGET DATE

ARTIFACTS

School-wide professional
development, modeling
effective instructional
techniques, and one-on-one
support scheduled monthly or
as determined by teacher
request/need.

Administration
Literacy Coach
Instructional Staff
Applicable District
Staff

2016-2017
School yearcontinued
process

- Sign-in log for


teacher attendance
- Observable
implementation of
learned strategies
and techniques.

School Title 1
personnel/classroom teachers
will plan and conduct parent
Title 1 night trainings focused
on literacy and math, to build
home/school connections and
to share effective strategies for
parents to use as they support
and enhance the reading/math
learning process for their
students.

Administration
Title 1 Staff
Classroom
Teachers

Fall 2016
Winter 2016

-Parent sign-in
-Parent feedback
reports
-Grade level
presentations

Staff participation in a Jan


Richardson guided reading
book study. Staff will acquire,
read and discuss the
professional literature, then
implement ideas from
literature within their small
group instruction. Staff will
dialogue with the literacy
coach, Title 1 personnel and
special education team during
training sessions and PLC
meetings to strengthen literacy
instruction to meet students

Title 1 Staff
Classroom
Teachers
Instructional Coach

Book Study
Fall 2016
Implementati
on
throughout
the 20162017 school
year

-Book study sign-in


-Meeting Agenda
-Meeting
Notes/discussions
-PLC discussions
-Walkthroughs/
Observations

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needs.
Provide Professional
Development on guided
reading implementation

Title 1 Staff
K-2 Classroom
Teachers
Instructional Coach

BOY 2016
and
continuing
throughout
the school
year as
needs arise

-Book study
attendance
-Book Study
implementation
-small group guided
reading
observations

Each group of grade-level


teachers, along with EC
teacher and relevant
specialists, will meet as a
Professional Learning
Community (PLC) to examine
and implement best
instructional practices.

Administration
All Instructional
Staff
Teacher Assistants

Continuous
2016-2017
school year

-PLC documentation
forms/meetings/disc
ussions
-Lesson Plans
-Classroom
Walks/Observations

Instructional staff will be


encouraged to find and attend
professional development
sessions, webinars and book
studies aligned with their
professional development plan.
These leaders will implement
learned strategies and share
effective methods with their
PLC teams or staff.

Administration
Instructional Staff
District leaders

Continuous
2016-2017
school year

-SEA system
registrations and
evaluation logs
-CEU logs
-Implementation of
effective strategies
-Expanding
professional
development
learnings to
PLC/grade levels
teams

In order to build leadership


capacity among the staff;
identify school leads and meet
monthly to guide the course of
the school in the area of data

Principal
Assistant Principal
Leadership Team

Monthly
through the
2016-2017
school year

-List of school leads


-Agendas
-Meeting minutes
-Leadership Problem
Solving Document

Members of the Leadership


team and/or MTSS Data team
will attend district PD and
meetings for school Data
analysis and MTSS DMT

Principal
Assistant Principal
Leadership Team
MTSS Data Team

Monthly or
whenever the
MTSS DMT or
Professional
development
sessions are
scheduled

-Sign-in sheets
-SEA System records
-Meeting Agenda
-Meeting Notes

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Transforming Initiative 3: Align and allocate resources to goals and needs based on data.

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Effective school districts ensure that the necessary resources, including time, money, personnel and materials are
allocated and aligned to accomplish the districts goals. Once these resources are allocated, their use is
monitored and evaluated to determine their impact on student achievement. (Waters & Marzano, 2006)

Key Staff Responsible:

Principal
Assistant Principal
Leadership Team
Other District Personnel

Alignment to State Board of Education Goals:


Every school district has up-to-date financial, business, and technology systems to serve its
students, parents and educators

Alignment to Currituck County Schools Beliefs and Goals:


Student Learning and Decisions will be
Student-Centered
Data Driven
Personalized
Collaborative
TOOLS:
NC Teacher Evaluation Instrument
Itemized Allocation of Spending
Master Schedule

School Budget Allotments


Comprehensive Needs Assessment
Enrollment and Attendance data

PHASE I (YEAR 1)
In Year 1 (2016-2017), we will be successful if we accomplish:

Leadership team, guided by Administration, will evaluate and allocate resources based on
data (budget sheets past/current). Areas for consideration include: use of personnel,
programs and supplemental resources purchased, additional school purchasing, fieldtrips
and use of funds to support school and student needs. Team will highlight a budget
guideline to ensure responsible spending of school funds
Comply with applicable state and federal purchasing laws and follow the guidelines set
forth in the Districts purchasing policies, to reduce the number of audit findings.
School personnel is used in the most effective manner within the school to increase
student achievement and reduce discipline/attendance issues. Taking into considerations
student needs, staff schedules and assign staff duties.

STRATEGIES:

Hold monthly Leadership Team meetings to discuss school and grade level issues,
problem solve and design and implement solutions.
Analyze data to evaluate effectiveness of supplemental materials purchased or brought
forth for purchase consideration.
Review monthly budget reports provided by the finance department and check for
accuracy and consistency in regards to appropriate spending for student needs.
School staff will provide opportunities for students to lead within the school by becoming
mentors, support, and influences of good behavior in others. The staff will also provide
opportunities for students to be leaders within the building and school events: Student
Advisory Committee (SAC)

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Use school counselor to provide all students with social skill instruction monthly. Staff
members will identify the most needed social skills and reinforce these skills continuously
throughout each month.
A team of teachers will meet as a behavior study team (PBiS) monthly to examine areas
of student behavior needs and identify interventions for the school/staff to use to help
students meet the behavior expectations.
The school community will communicate and provide resources available to parents, such
as Parent Title 1 Night, and counseling opportunities. Data will be collected and examined
to determine if increased numbers of parent involvement in the education of students
directly relates to reduced student discipline and attendance issues.

Strategies/Actions detailed here:


KEY ACTIVITY

PERSON(S)
RESPONSIBLE

TARGET DATE

ARTIFACTS

Hold monthly Leadership Team


meetings to discuss school and
grade level issues, problem solve
and design and implement
solutions.

Principal
Assistant Principal
Leadership Team

Continuous
throughout
the 2016-2017
school year

-Leadership team
members
-Agenda
-Meeting minutes
including data
reporting
-Leadership Problem
Solving Document

Analyze data to evaluate


effectiveness of supplemental
materials purchased or brought
forth for purchase consideration

Principal
Assistant Principal
Leadership Team

Continuous
throughout
the 2016-2017
school year

-Leadership team
members
-Agenda
-Meeting minutes
-Team reporting

Review monthly budget reports


provided by the finance
department and check for
accuracy and consistency in
regards to appropriate spending
for student needs.

Principal
Assistant Principal
School Secretary

Continuous
throughout
the 2016-2017
school year

-Budget review
sheets
-school created
guide for allocation
of monies

School staff will provide


opportunities for students to lead
within the school by becoming
mentors, support, and influences
of good behavior in others. The
staff will also provide
opportunities for students to be
leaders within the building and
school events: Student Advisory
Committee (SAC)

SAC facilitator
Administration
4th & 5th grade
PLC

Continuous
throughout
the 2016-2017
school year

-SAC schedule
-SAC meeting
attendance
-Use of student
leaders

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Schedule school counselor to
provide all students with social
skill instruction monthly. Staff
members will identify the most
needed social skills and reinforce
these skills continuously
throughout each month.

Counselor
Instructional Staff

Continuous
throughout
the 2016-2017
school year

-Counselor class
schedules
-Counselor group
schedules

A team of teachers will meet as a


behavior study team (PBiS)
monthly to examine areas of
student behavior needs and
identify interventions for the
school/staff to use to help
students meet the behavior
expectations.

Principal
Assistant Principal
PBiS Team
District Support
Personnel

Continuous
throughout
the 2016-2017
school year

-Sign-in
-Meeting Agenda
-Meeting Minutes
-Data collection

The school community will


communicate and provide
resources available to parents,
such as Parent Title 1 Night, and
counseling opportunities. Data will
be collected and examined to
determine if increased numbers of
parent involvement in the
education of students directly
relates to reduced student
discipline and attendance issues.

Principal
Assistant Principal
Title 1 Team
Leadership Team
MTSS Data Team
PBiS Team

Continuous
throughout
the 2016-2017
school year

-Event Sign-in
-Attendance reports
-Educator Handbook

WAIVERS
THE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN MAY INCLUDE REQUESTS FOR WAIVERS FOR STATE LAWS, RULES,
OR POLICIES FOR THAT SCHOOL. A REQUEST FOR A WAIVER SHALL MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF
G.S. 115C-105. (REQUESTS OF THIS NATURE MUST BE SUBMITTED AND APPROVED BY THE
LOCAL BOARD OF EDUCATION PRIOR TO IMPLEMENTATION OR INCLUSION IN THE SCHOOL
IMPROVEMENT PLAN.)
IN

ACCORDANCE WITH A SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN ACCEPTED UNDER G.S. 115C-105.27,


STATE FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR CLASSROOM MATERIALS/INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES/EQUIPMENT MAY
BE TRANSFERRED ONLY FOR THE PURCHASE OF TEXTBOOKS; OR STATE FUNDS ALLOCATED FOR
TEXTBOOKS MAY BE TRANSFERRED ONLY FOR THE PURCHASE OF INSTRUCTIONAL SUPPLIES,
INSTRUCTIONAL EQUIPMENT, OR OTHER CLASSROOM MATERIALS.

OTHER PLANS REFERENCED

OR INCLUDED

THE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN SHALL INCLUDE A PLAN TO:


ADDRESS SCHOOL SAFETY (NOT PUBLISHED) AND DISCIPLINE CONCERNS;
PROVIDE A DUTY-FREE LUNCH PERIOD FOR EVERY TEACHER ON A DAILY BASIS
APPROVED BY THE SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT TEAM; AND

OR AS OTHERWISE

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PROVIDE DUTY-FREE INSTRUCTIONAL PLANNING TIME FOR EVERY TEACHER UNDER G.S. 115C301.1, WITH THE GOAL OF PROVIDING AN AVERAGE OF AT LEAST FIVE HOURS OF PLANNING TIME
PER WEEK.

COMMITMENT

TO THE

WORK

This document reflects the work of the School Improvement Team, Principal, Assistant

Principal(s) and staff subcommittees and teams. The plan will serve as a guide as
the school works toward increasing academic achievement for ALL students. It will
be continually monitored, evaluated and updated.
SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT TEAM MEMBERS:
NAME

ROLE/POSITION

DATE OF ELECTION TO
TEAM

GRETA NELSON

PRINCIPAL

AUGUST 26, 2016

SUSAN CAMDEN

ASSISTANT PRINCIPAL

AUGUST 26, 2016

KRISTY RYAN

CO-CHAIR LEADERSHIP
TEAM/KINDERGARTEN

AUGUST 26, 2016

KELLY DOXEY

LEADERSHIP TEAM MEMBER/1ST


GRADE

AUGUST 26, 2016

JUDY KRAUSS

LEADERSHIP TEAM MEMBER/2ND


GRADE

AUGUST 26, 2016

HELEN TAYLOR

CO-CHAIR LEADERSHIP TEAM/3RD


GRADE

AUGUST 26, 2016

DEE COMPHER

LEADERSHIP TEAM MEMBER/4TH


GRADE

AUGUST 26, 2016

STEPHANIE SANDERLIN

LEADERSHIP TEAM MEMBER/4TH


GRADE

AUGUST 26, 2016

TAMI HARSH

LEADERSHIP TEAM MEMBER/5TH


GRADE

AUGUST 26, 2016

STACEY TOATLEY

LEADERSHIP TEAM
MEMBER/COUNSELOR

AUGUST 26, 2016

SANDY REYNOLDS

LEADERSHIP TEAM MEMBER/AIG

AUGUST 26, 2016

WENDY BURGETT

LEADERSHIP TEAM MEMBER/TITLE


1

AUGUST 26, 2016

AMBER WILKERSON

LEADERSHIP TEAM MEMBER/TA

AUGUST 26, 2016

MARY PHELPS

LEADERSHIP TEAM

SEPTEMBER, 2016

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MEMBER/PARENT

SIGNED BY:
___GRETA NELSON___________

___9/28/16__________

PRINCIPAL

DATE

___HELEN TAYLOR & KRISTY RYAN____________

___9/28/16____________

CO-CHAIR, SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT TEAM

THIS
THE

DATE

PLAN WAS PRESENTED TO THE STAFF FOR REVIEW AND APPROVAL ON

10/3/16

RESULTS ARE AS FOLLOWS:

_X__ APPROVED

____NOT APPROVED

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