1/12/2018

G W Carver Elementary

Comprehensive Progress Report

Mission:

 It is our mission to reach and teach every student at Carver School and to provide opportunities for all students to reach their fullest potential.

Vision:

Focused, Connected, and Ready 

Goals:

GW Carver Elementary School will "exceed expectations" for student growth in all courses as measured by EVAAS “teacher effect” metrics by June 8, 2018.

GW Carver Elementary School will increase Grade Level Proficiency (GLP) by 10 percentage points in Reading, from 33% to 43% proficient, by June 8, 2018.

GW Carver Elementary School will increase Grade Level Proficiency (GLP) by 10 percentage points in Math, from 38% to 48% proficient, by June 8, 2018.

GW Carver Elementary School will increase Grade Level Proficiency (GLP) by 10 percentage points in Science, from 57% to 67% proficient, by June 8, 2018.

G.W. Carver Elementary students will achieve a 10% decrease in the number of Office Discipline Referrals (ODR) from 438 to 394 during the 17-18 school year.

GW Carver will increase our retention rate by 3% of our instructional & administrative staff for the 2017-2018 academic year (from 92% in 16-17 to 95% in 17-18).

   

! = Past Due Actions

KEY = Key Indicator

Core Function:

Dimension A - Instructional Excellence and Alignment

Effective Practice:

High expectations for all staff and students

KEY

A1.07

ALL teachers employ effective classroom management and reinforce classroom rules and procedures by positively teaching them.(5088)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

All school-wide expectations and classroom expectations are taught at the beginning of each year to students, staff, and parents. The expectations were also printed in the Parent/Student Guidebook as well as displayed throughout the school building. Expectations were reviewed in a school-wide assembly as well as in each classroom by the administrative team. Beginning the 17-18 school year, teachers fill out Positive Behavior Referrals in which students are recognized for displaying expected behavior. 

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

The objective will be met when ALL teachers are consistently reinforcing school-wide expectations. It will be evident through students actions throughout the building. 

Shavon Brown

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

0 of 5 (0%)

1

10/31/17

Monthly ODR reports will be reviewed at monthly PBIS meetings

Janelle Johnson

06/08/2018

Notes:

2

10/31/17

Referral-Free Fridays - announcements made each Friday afternoon to announce classrooms and buses that were referral-free for the week as well as rewards for classrooms and buses referral-free for the month

Amanda Davis

06/08/2018

Notes:

3

10/31/17

Morning announcements - each morning one of the PBIS expectations is highlighted for a week at a time to remind students of expected behaviors

Janelle Johnson

06/08/2018

Notes:

4

10/31/17

PBIS Rewards Parties - Each nine weeks, students that have demonstrated expected behaviors consistently are invited to attend the PBIS Reward Parties

Janelle Johnson

06/08/2018

Notes:

5

10/31/17

Formal & Informal Observations - The administrative team observes, both formally and informally, classroom management, teachers reinforcing school-wide expectations, and students demonstrating school-wide expectations

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

Core Function:

Dimension A - Instructional Excellence and Alignment

Effective Practice:

Curriculum and instructional alignment

KEY

A2.04

Instructional Teams develop standards-aligned units of instruction for each subject and grade level.(5094)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

Currently, teachers on each grade have common planning and are scheduled to meet weekly for PLCs. Teachers have been provided the pacing guides required for each subject area, the curriculum at a glance, checkpoints of progress per nine weeks, as well as "I Can" statements for each subject per nine weeks. Teachers align standards to their instruction within their lesson plans. Lesson plans must include: "I Can" statements, academic vocabulary, standards being taught, as well as teacher input.

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

The grade level teams meet weekly during PLC's for review of data and effective practices to support excellent instruction of the standards. By June 2018, Reading proficiency will increase by 10 percentage points, from 33% to 43% and Math proficiency will increase by 10 percentage points, from 38% to 48%. 

Sierra Griffin

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

6 of 8 (75%)

1

10/31/17

Lesson Plan Review - Lesson plans are viewed by the administrative team each Monday at 9:00 a.m. Grade level lesson plans are split between administrators to give specific feedback via email. Teachers upload lesson plans to a shared Google Team Folder no later than Sunday at midnight for the following week. Feedback is provided via email no later than 10:00 AM by the administrative team.

Suzanne Sharpe

06/08/2018

Notes:

2

10/31/17

Curriculum at a Glance - Teachers receive K-5 Curriculum at a Glance

Complete 10/31/2017

Kimberlie Lewis

06/08/2018

Notes:

3

10/31/17

Checkpoints of Progress - Teachers receive a copy of each grade's Checkpoints of Progress per nine weeks

Complete 10/31/2017

Kimberlie Lewis

06/08/2018

Notes:

4

10/31/17

Pacing Guides - Teachers are shown how to access county and Case 21 pacing guides assigned to their grade level.

Complete 10/31/2017

Kimberlie Lewis

06/08/2018

Notes:

5

10/31/17

PLC Data Meetings - Teachers meet each Tuesday to review and discuss data and instructional practices.

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

6

10/31/17

PLC Schedule - Teachers are provided the dates for PLC Data Meetings as well as Professional Development dates. The dates are given to teachers on the Carver Google Calendar

Complete 10/31/2017

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

7

10/31/17

Master Schedule - Teachers are provided a common planning each day for 45 minutes

Complete 10/31/2017

Shavon Brown

06/08/2018

Notes:

8

10/31/17

Instructional Coach Needs Assessment - The instructional coaches had teachers fill out a needs assessment to determine individual and grade level needs

Complete 10/31/2017

Suzanne Sharpe

06/08/2018

Notes:

Core Function:

Dimension A - Instructional Excellence and Alignment

Effective Practice:

Student support services

KEY

A4.01

The school implements a tiered instructional system that allows teachers to deliver evidence-based instruction aligned with the individual needs of students across all tiers.(5117)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

A main goal of the school and teachers this year will be to improve core instruction (Tier I). The school worked extensively last year, and PD was offered, on the MTSS Model. Tier II and Tier III plans were developed based on assessments given in class. Emphasis was placed on building teacher capacity in understanding of MTSS and to write and support Tier II and Tier III plans. A master schedule was put into place that allows each grade level to have an intervention/enrichment block. 

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

PLCs will meet weekly to discuss math and reading data. "Living" data walls will be used to track and discuss data based on common assessments. During PLC meetings, intervention strategies will be discussed to meet individual student needs.

Danielle Dew

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

3 of 6 (50%)

1

10/31/17

Master Schedule - The master schedule is developed so that each grade level has an intervention/enrichment block of time. Students are strategically placed during this time based on individual need. Students either go to remediation, AIG, ESL, EC, or remain in the classroom for intervention/enrichment by the classroom teacher.

Complete 10/31/2017

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

2

10/31/17

PLC Schedule - Teachers are provided the dates for PLC Data Meetings as well as Professional Development dates. The dates are given to teachers on the Carver Google Calendar

Complete 10/31/2017

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

3

10/31/17

PLC Data Meetings - Reading and math data is discussed weekly to determine interventions based individual student need

Danielle Dew

06/08/2018

Notes:

4

10/31/17

Student Data Notebooks - Each student, from Kindergarten to 5th Grade, maintains a data notebook containing their individual progress based on subjects and attendance

Sandy Fulcher

06/08/2018

Notes:

5

11/7/17

Data Wall - During weekly PLC Data Meetings, teachers update student data cards with the most current progress monitoring/benchmark data. During these data meetings, teachers collaborate to discuss interventions and strategies that are effective in their classrooms. The following data is tracked:

K-5 TRC Reading 3D Data is displayed in the data room. Each student has a card to track Benchmark and Progress Monitoring data.

K-5 PST Student Data of Reading 3D Critical Skills is tracked per student.

3-5 Pretest and Benchmark Data by subject is tracked per student.

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

6

11/7/17

Selection of Interventions - Administrators and instructional coaches met with PLCs after BOY to train teachers how to analyze their Reading 3D Data. Teachers created a matrix for their class and were shown how to create reading groups based on the data. Teachers were also trained in how to analyze the data to determine the most foundational critical skill each student was lacking in to deliver targeted, research-based interventions. A master list of research-based interventions was created and shared that is broken down by critical skill.

Complete 10/10/2017

Kristin Beaman

10/10/2017

Notes:

KEY

A4.06

ALL teachers are attentive to students' emotional states, guide students in managing their emotions, and arrange for supports and interventions when necessary.(5124)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

We have a multi-tiered system of support in place for all students, both academically, behaviorally, and social/emotionally. Given our work in PBIS, we are currently an NC Model School. Students that need additional support in social/emotional areas are supported through the teachers, Tier I practices, and the school counselor. Students that need further support work through a team with specific interventions designed to meet the student's needs.

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

Our School Counselor works with our students and staff including our team of EC and Gen. Ed. teachers, Administrators, Instructional Coach, County Professionals, and parents to address individual emotional needs of our students. While these are addressed as much as possible, this is a challenging area, as we have a high percentage of our population with special needs. Parent, Student, and Teacher teams meet at times to address how to intervene and support students with troubled emotions.

Danielle Dew

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

0 of 9 (0%)

1

10/31/17

Social/Emotional Small Groups - School Counselor meets weekly with select students to discuss social and emotional scenarios, responses, and goals. The curriculum used is Sanford Harmony, aligned with Common Core and CASEL.

Danielle Dew

06/08/2018

Notes:

2

10/31/17

Character Education Lessons - The Eagle Academy Character Building Instructor delivers lessons on character education based on student needs.

Kim Battle

06/08/2018

Notes:

3

10/31/17

PBIS Team - The PBIS Team meets monthly to discuss students frequently receiving referrals. Strategies are discussed and shared with grade level chairs.

Janelle Johnson

06/08/2018

Notes:

4

10/31/17

Kindergarten Entry Assessment - Kindergarten teachers gather evidences based on student's learning status based on being socially and emotionally ready for Kindergarten. Teachers have created classroom environments that provide developmental centers and activities that promote student choice and a positive learning environment. Teachers collect data while students are in the centers and during the school day to set learning targets based on student need from observation. After reviewing the student KEA data, teachers adjust instruction based on student need to move the student to reach their learning target along the construct progression.  

Suzanne Sharpe

06/08/2018

Notes:

5

10/31/17

School Guidance Lessons - Students go to guidance bi-monthly and receive direct instruction on character education, bullying, responsibility, etc.

Janelle Johnson

06/08/2018

Notes:

6

10/31/17

Behavior Intervention Plans - The teacher, administrator, and school counselor meet with a parent based on student needs when creating a Behavior Intervention Plan.

Danielle Dew

06/08/2018

Notes:

7

11/7/17

Playworks - GW Carver is piloting Playworks this school year. A member from Americorp is at Carver during recess hours and teaches students how play organized games. She focuses on building social skills and promotes cooperation and friendships through play.

Beth Gaudette

06/08/2018

Notes:

8

11/7/17

Anti-Bullying Plan - The plan is created at the beginning of the school year to address how Carver staff address instances of bullying. This plan is reviewed with the Carver staff.

Danielle Dew

11/15/2017

Notes:

https://docs.google.com/a/ecps.us/document/d/1MBTKDBCUezIQY7SaPrgtPXtsgVi6Uwdsq1R8Is3Mv4w/edit?usp=sharing

9

11/7/17

PBIS Training - All PBIS team members receive Module 1 training offered by NCDPI. The PBIS Team meets monthly with a fully trained team to discuss emotional needs of our school and what our school staff can do to support students.

Janelle Johnson

06/08/2018

Notes:

KEY

A4.16

The school develops and implements consistent, intentional, and on-going plans to support student transitions for grade-to-grade and level-to-level.(5134)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

Our Pre-K teachers do home visits with each of their students before school begins. For students entering Kindergarten, the Pre-K classes as well as community preschools and Headstart visit the Kindergarten classrooms at Carver in the spring prior to school beginning. At the end of May, Kindergarten hold a Transition Night to invite incoming Kindergarten students and parents to the school to tour as well as watch a video about coming to Kindergarten. Kindergarten teachers hold a "Pops on the Playground" to acquaint students to the teachers. Students going to middle school, visit the middle school at the end of fifth grade and tour the school. The principal of the middle school also makes random visits to the fifth graders to discuss middle school expectations.

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

The current transition activities for Pre-K, Kindergarten, and Fifth Grade will continue to occur. Second grade will have a transition plan for rising third graders.

Taryl Holden

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

2 of 7 (29%)

1

10/31/17

Pre-K Home Visits - Pre-K teachers make home visits at the beginning of the school year for entering pre-K.

Complete 10/31/2017

Taryl Holden

06/08/2018

Notes:

2

10/31/17

Pre-K/Community Preschools Visit - at the end of the school year, the pre-K classes and community preschools come to Carver to tour the school

Taryl Holden

06/08/2018

Notes:

3

10/31/17

May Kindergarten Transition Night - Students entering Kindergarten come to Carver with their family to tour and watch a video

Melissa Hyman

06/08/2018

Notes:

4

10/31/17

Pops on the Playground - Students entering Kindergarten come to Carver for a Popsicle and acquaint themselves to the Kindergarten teachers

Complete 10/31/2017

Melissa Hyman

06/08/2018

Notes:

5

10/31/17

Middle School Visit - Rising sixth grade students tour the middle school campus

Danielle Dew

06/08/2018

Notes:

6

10/31/17

Middle School Principal Visits - The middle school principal visits the fifth graders throughout the year to discuss middle school expectations

Shavon Brown

06/08/2018

Notes:

7

11/7/17

2nd Grade Transition - 2nd grade students and families are invited to attend an information night. Third grade teachers will present information regarding Read to Achieve legislation, End of Grade Tests, and expectations.

Sandy Fulcher

05/17/2018

Notes:

Core Function:

Dimension B - Leadership Capacity

Effective Practice:

Strategic planning, mission, and vision

KEY

B1.01

The LEA has an LEA Support & Improvement Team.(5135)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

The school district has an active and engaged team to support each

school in the district. The team is comprised of the Superintendent,

Assistant Superintendents, and Directors. The team will meet monthly

to share the current state of the district improvement plan and level of

support being provided to schools.

Limited Development 11/06/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

The school district has an active and engaged team to support each

school in the district. The team is comprised of the Superintendent,

Assistant Superintendents, and Directors. The team will meet monthly

to share the current state of the district improvement plan and level of

support being provided to schools.

Paula Flythe

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

0 of 1 (0%)

1

11/8/17

District Improvement Team will meet monthly to provide support.

Paula Flythe

06/08/2018

Notes:

KEY

B1.03

A Leadership Team consisting of the principal, teachers who lead the Instructional Teams, and other professional staff meets regularly (at least twice a month) to review implementation of effective practices.(5137)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

Currently, the School Improvement Team consists of the principal, assistant principal, principal resident, School Improvement Team Chair, and grade level elected representatives, a parent representative, as well as a classified staff representative. The team meets monthly to discuss school goals and updates. PBIS and MTSS meets monthly.

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

The School Improvement Team and PBIS and MTSS Teams will meet monthly to discuss school goals and updates as well as effective practices.

Suzanne Sharpe

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

0 of 3 (0%)

2

10/31/17

PBIS Meetings - PBIS meetings are held the second Wednesday of the month. Each meeting is facilitated by the PBIS coach. An agenda is followed and minutes are taken. During the meeting, whole school data is reviewed such as office discipline referrals. The PBIS team discusses frequent negative behaviors and appropriate strategies for teachers to implement and address the behaviors.

Janelle Johnson

06/08/2018

Notes:

3

10/31/17

MTSS Meetings - MTSS meets twice a month on Tuesdays to discuss reading, math, or science data. Research-based interventions are discussed as well as previous data and progress monitoring data.

Danielle Dew

06/08/2018

Notes:

4

11/7/17

SIT Meetings - SIT meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month. Each meeting is facilitated by the SIT chair and administration. An agenda is followed and minutes are taken. During the meeting, current whole school data is reviewed such as Reading 3D, iReady, ST Math, and Case 21. Any pertinent information is taken by the grade level chairs and disseminated to the remainder of the grade level during their grade level meetings.

Suzanne Sharpe

06/08/2018

Notes:

Core Function:

Dimension B - Leadership Capacity

Effective Practice:

Distributed leadership and collaboration

KEY

B2.03

The school has established a team structure among teachers with specific duties and time for instructional planning.(5143)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

The master schedule was developed to include daily common planning among grade levels. Teachers are required to be on at least one school committee. The teacher handbook includes duties assigned to each staff member. 

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

By June 2018, the reading proficiency will grow from 33% to 43% proficient, math proficiency will grow from 38% to 48% proficient, and science will grow from 57% to 67% proficient. Office discipline referrals will decrease from 438 to 394 for the school year. 

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

2 of 3 (67%)

1

10/31/17

Master Schedule - The master schedule was developed to maximize common planning time.

Complete 10/31/2017

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

2

10/31/17

Teacher Duty Assignment - Teachers are assigned either before or after school duties.

Complete 10/31/2017

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

3

10/31/17

Committee Groups - Teachers are required to be on at least one school committee. Committees meet at least once per month.

Shavon Brown

06/08/2018

Notes:

Core Function:

Dimension B - Leadership Capacity

Effective Practice:

Monitoring instruction in school

KEY

B3.03

The principal monitors curriculum and classroom instruction regularly and provides timely, clear, constructive feedback to teachers.(5149)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

The principal currently monitors curriculum and classroom instruction through the NCEES system as well as classroom walkthroughs. Student progress is monitored through mClass reports, Case 21 reports, and iReady reports. The principal attends many grade span PLC meetings that occur weekly. 

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

We know we will be successful and achieved this goal when the walkthrough tool has been used regularly to assess classroom instruction throughout the school. The data will be shared with the SIT Team, grade level PLCs, and individual teachers. The data will be used to guide teams as strategies are planned and implemented to address student learning and teacher instruction.

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

4 of 6 (67%)

1

10/31/17

Walkthrough Tool - The walkthrough tool will be created by administration and shared with teachers

Complete 10/31/2017

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

2

10/31/17

Walkthrough Schedule - A schedule for conducting walkthroughs has been created for each member of the admin team and walkthroughs is completed weekly.

Complete 08/18/2017

Shavon Brown

08/18/2017

Notes:

3

10/31/17

Observations - The NCEES Observation Schedule is created and shared with teachers

Complete 10/31/2017

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

4

10/31/17

PLC Data Meetings - A schedule is shared with teachers of each data meeting.

Complete 10/31/2017

Shavon Brown

06/08/2018

Notes:

5

11/7/17

PLC Attendance - An administrator, instructional coach, and grade level chair is present at each weekly PLC meeting to monitor curriculum being taught and instructional practices being implemented.

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

6

11/7/17

Feedback - Walkthrough data is recorded on a Google Form. At the conclusion of the walkthrough, the form is immediately emailed to the teacher with specific feedback. Formal observations are conducted according to the ECPS schedule shared with administrators. Post-conferences are held with each teacher to discuss observations and to give specific feedback to improve instruction.

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

Core Function:

Dimension C - Professional Capacity

Effective Practice:

Quality of professional development

KEY

C2.01

The LEA/School regularly looks at school performance data and aggregated classroom observation data and uses that data to make decisions about school improvement and professional development needs.(5159)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

PLCs meet weekly to analyze data and discuss interventions and best practices. Observations are completed with fidelity including specific feedback for teachers. The School Improvement Team is in place and meets regularly.

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

Monthly, the School Improvement Team will look at school performance data and aggregated classroom observation data and use that data to make decisions about school improvement and professional development needs. 

Suzanne Sharpe

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

2 of 5 (40%)

1

10/31/17

Instructional Coach Needs Assessment - The instructional coaches had teachers to complete a needs assessment to determine individual and grade level professional development needs

Complete 10/31/2017

Suzanne Sharpe

06/08/2018

Notes:

2

10/31/17

PLC Schedule - Teachers are provided the dates for PLC Data Meetings as well as Professional Development dates. The dates are given to teachers on the Carver Google Calendar

Complete 10/31/2017

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

3

10/31/17

PLC Data Meetings - Teachers meet each Tuesday to review and discuss data and instructional practices. During weekly PLC Data Meetings, teachers update student data cards with the most current progress monitoring/benchmark data. During these data meetings, teachers collaborate to discuss interventions and strategies that are effective in their classrooms. The following data is tracked:

K-5 TRC Reading 3D Data is displayed in the data room. Each student has a card to track Benchmark and Progress Monitoring data.

K-5 PST Student Data of Reading 3D Critical Skills is tracked per student.

3-5 Pretest and Benchmark Data by subject is tracked per student.

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

4

10/31/17

PDP Monitoring - PDPs are developed and monitored during the school year.

Kristin Beaman

06/08/2018

Notes:

5

11/7/17

Master Schedule - I/E time has been built into the master schedule for all grade levels. During PLCs each week, teachers analyze student data to create/modify groups to serve during I/E time. These groups are flexible based on standards being taught each week. Students who have not reached 80% mastery will receive remediation on these standards based on relevant data.

Suzanne Sharpe

06/08/2018

Notes:

Core Function:

Dimension C - Professional Capacity

Effective Practice:

Talent recruitment and retention

KEY

C3.04

The LEA/School has established a system of procedures and protocols for recruiting, evaluating, rewarding, and replacing staff.(5168)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

We follow ECPS hiring protocol and actively seek professionals for vacancies. We reward staff with various recognitions and incentives

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

Staff vacancies will be filled by highly qualified staff. Staff morale will continue to be high with teachers being recognized for their efforts at the school.

Mary Leggett

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

0 of 5 (0%)

1

10/31/17

STAR Teacher - Two teachers are recognized on the morning announcements monthly for their efforts at school.

Janelle Johnson

06/08/2018

Notes:

2

10/31/17

Golden Eagle Awards - Two staff members are recognized monthly for their efforts at school.

Shavon Brown

06/08/2018

Notes:

3

10/31/17

Golden Broom - A Golden Broom is given to a classroom to recognize the teacher and students' efforts to maintain the cleanliness of the classroom.

Greg Horne

06/08/2018

Notes:

4

10/31/17

Birthday Celebrations - Teachers are recognized monthly for their birthday.

Frankie Rose

06/08/2018

Notes:

5

10/31/17

Duty Free Lunch - Teachers receive a duty-free lunch at least once per month

Danielle Dew

06/08/2018

Notes:

Core Function:

Dimension E - Families and Community

Effective Practice:

Family Engagement

KEY

E1.06

The school regularly communicates with parents/guardians about its expectations of them and the importance of the curriculum of the home (what parents can do at home to support their children's learning).(5182)

Implementation Status

Assigned To

Target Date

Initial Assessment:

As a Title I school, we are required to hold at least 2 parent events a year, however, we hold more than that. We hold four awards ceremonies a school year, open house, "See How We Soar Night", PTO performances, and Report Card Pick-Up Nights. The PTO Advisory Council meets once per month with the administrative team.

Limited Development 10/31/2017

How it will look

when fully met:

As a Title I school, we are required to hold at least 2 parent events a year, however, we hold more than that. We hold four awards ceremonies a school year, open house, "See How We Soar Night", PTO performances, and Report Card Pick-Up Nights. The PTO Advisory Council meets once per month with the administrative team.

Penny Williams

06/08/2018

Action(s)

Created Date

3 of 12 (25%)

1

10/31/17

PTO Advisory Council - PTO Advisory Council meets once per month with the administrative team regarding updates and school needs

Kelli Clay

06/08/2018

Notes:

2

10/31/17

PTO Performance Nights - The school holds at least 2 performances a year for parents

Becky Johnson

06/08/2018

Notes:

3

10/31/17

Report Card Pick-Up Night - Each nine weeks, parents are invited to come out to pick up their child's report card and discuss their child's progress. Teachers meet with parents to discuss individual needs and shares resources for parents to use at home to help their child. Teachers address the curriculum being taught with the parents and areas each child needs to strengthen.

Melissa Hyman

06/08/2018

Notes:

4

10/31/17

Open House - Students and families are invited to meet their child's teacher, get acclimated with their school, and new classrooms

Complete 10/31/2017

Shavon Brown

06/08/2018

Notes:

5

10/31/17

See How We Soar Night - Parents are invited out to the school for their child to show their progress in the classroom early in the year

Complete 10/31/2017

Sandy Fulcher

06/08/2018

Notes:

6

10/31/17

Awards Day - Teachers recognize students for their efforts and achievement each nine weeks

Mary Leggett

06/08/2018

Notes:

7

10/31/17

Parent Communication Folders - Students take home a weekly folder as a communication folder with families. On the front of the folders, each student has a Checkpoints of Progress for each nine weeks. The Checkpoints of Progress are for parents to know what standards are being taught as well as what their child is expected to be able to do.

Kimberlie Lewis

06/08/2018

Notes:

8

10/31/17

Dances - Mother/Son Dance and Daddy/Daughter Dance - to invite the community and hold special evenings for the families

Sandy Fulcher

06/08/2018

Notes:

9

10/31/17

Remind App - Teachers and principal utilize the Remind App as a means to communicate with families about upcoming events or emergency weather updates

Tiffany Melton

06/08/2018

Notes:

10

11/3/17

Walk at School Day - As part of the National Walk to School Event, Carver students walk around the school as well as the neighborhood with their families.

Complete 10/18/2017

Suzanne Sharpe

10/18/2017

Notes:

11

11/3/17

All-Pro Dads Breakfast - All-Pro Dads Breakfast planned in conjunction with the Down East Partnership

Suzanne Sharpe

11/17/2017

Notes:

12

11/3/17

Carver Carnival - Each year Carver's PTO plans a Spring Carnival as a fundraiser for teachers to use for supplies in their classrooms

Kelli Clay

03/29/2018

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School Team Members

General information pertaining to the members of the School Improvement Team including the principal, the process manager, and others chosen from the school or community to be part of the leadership team.

 

North Carolina

G W Carver Elementary

Beth Bass

Instructional Coach

 

Stephanie Batts

Teacher

 

Kristin Beaman

Assistant Principal

 

Shavon Brown

Principal Resident

 

Kelli Clay

Parent

 

Christie Cobb

Exceptional Children's Teacher

 

Amanda Davis

Data Manager

 

Danielle Dew

School Counselor

Paula Flythe

District Staff

Sandy Fulcher

3rd Grade Teacher

 

Sierra Griffin

1st Grade Teacher

 

Taryl Holden

Pre-K Teacher

 

Melissa Hyman

Kindergarten Teacher

 

Mary Leggett

2nd Grade Teacher

 

Kimberlie Lewis

4th Grade Teacher

 

Tiffany Melton

5th Grade Teacher

 

Suzanne Sharpe

Instructional Coach, SIT Chair

 

Penny Williams

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