Academy of Health Science Professions & STEM

Campus Improvement Plan

2019-2020

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La Joya ISD

Comprehensive Needs Assessment Summary

Summary of Needs by Area

   

Demographics

Student

Achievement

School Culture and Climate

Staff

Quality

Curriculum and Instruction

Family and Community Involvement

School Organization

Technology

1. High economically disadvantaged population

1. Reading / ELA performance as measured by the State Assessment

1. Student attendance

1. Staff retention

1. College and Career Readiness (AP, TSI, ACT/SAT, number of students that score “Exceeds” on state assessments)

1. Staff and parent collaboration-communication;

1. Communication

1. Wireless accessibility

2. High ELL population

2. ELL performance in reading, math, writing, science, and social studies as measured by the State Assessment

2. Students taking advantage of intervention / support

2. Staff absenteeism

2.Monitoring of instructional practices (follow through from professional development).

2. Family and Community  resource and information center is in need.

2. Optimal Power Equalization        

2. Technology tools (hardware)

3. High at-risk population

3. College readiness; students scoring at Masters Level.

3. Student Retention

3. Teacher planning and collaboration

3. Implementation of District’s ELA curriculum including reading protocols to improve student achievement in reading and writing

3. Staff not trained in the value of the contribution(s) of parents and community.

3. Problem Solving Adequacy

3. Personnel

Title I Part A Schoolwide Components

 Reference

   

Comprehensive Needs Assessment

(previous page)

Reform (Research-based) Strategies

1.1A, 1.1B, 1.1C, 1.1D

Instruction by Highly Qualified Teachers

2.9

High Quality Professional Development

1.4

Strategies to Attract HQ Teachers

2.9

Strategies to Increase Parental Involvement

2.8

PreK to K Transition Strategies

1.1N (full day PreK), 1.1A (EC)

Teachers Included in Assessment Decisions

1.1, 3.3

Effective and Timely Assistance to Students

1.1A, 1.1B, 1.1C, 1.1D, 1.1J, 1.1M, 1.1T

Coordination of Different Programs

1.1 (all)


Table of Contents

Goal I

Subject

Goal I

Subject

1.1

District Initiatives

1.4F

SD Special Education

1.1A

Language Arts

1.4G

SD Response to Interv.

1.1B

Mathematics

1.4H

SD Language Arts

1.1C

Science

1.4I

SD Science

1.1D

Social Studies

1.4J

SD Social Studies

1.1E

CTE

1.4K

SD CTE

1.1F

Health/P.E.

1.4L

SD Health/PE

1.1G

Migrant

1.4M

SD Migrant

1.1H

Advanced Academic Services(GT)

1.4N

SD Secondary Education

1.1I

Bilingual/ESL Education

1.4O

SD UIL

1.1J

Special Education

1.4P

SD §504

1.1K

Secondary Education

1.4Q

SD Federal & State Programs

1.1L

UIL

1.4R

SD Curriculum & Evaluation

1.1M

504/Dyslexia

1.4S

SD Elementary Education

1.1O

Curriculum & Evaluation

1.4T

SD College & Career Ready

1.1Q

Elementary Education

1.4U

SD Student Handbook

1.1S

Grant Development

1.4V

SD Guidance & Counseling Services

1.1T

Response to Intervention (RtI)

1.4W

SD Student Attendance

1.1U

Reading Task Force Activities

1.4X

SD Reduction of Dropouts

1.1V

Library Services & Instructional Resources

1.4Y

SD Safe School Environment

1.1 W

Academies

1.4Z

SD Health Related Services

1.2

Technology

1.4AA

SD Admissions & Records

1.3

College & Career Ready

1.4BB

SD Parental Involvement

1.4

Staff Development(SD)-General

1.4CC

SD Human Resources

1.4A

SD 504/Dyslexia

1.4DD

SD Administration & Finance Resources supporting Instruction

1.4B

SD Advanced Academic Services(GT)

1.4EE

SD Leadership Opportunities

1.4C

SD Bilingual/ESL Education

1.4D

SD Admissions & Records

1.4E

SD Inst. Resources & Tech.

Table of Contents

Goal II

Subject

2.1

Student Handbook

2.2

Guidance  & Counseling/SDFSC

2.3

Student Attendance

2.4

Reduction of Dropouts

2.5

Safe School Environment

2.6

Health Related Services

2.7

Admissions and Records

2.8

Parental Involvement

2.9

Human Resources

Goal III

Subject

3.1

Administration & Finance Resources Supporting Instruction

3.2

School Facilities

3.3

Leadership Opportunities

3.3a

OHI

Goal 1: The campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1 Increase the use of quality data to drive and support academic student instruction and performance at or beyond grade level.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1         Q2          Q3       Q4

(1)Schedule & conduct Professional Learning Community meetings to discuss research based best instructional practices and student progress as measured by various sets of data (ex. formative, summative, benchmark assessments, attendance, grades & discipline reports).

AS

Principal,

Teachers

Increase student achievement

0

(2)Support teachers in their acquisition of data to monitor student progress-(use of Grade Cam & other data collections applications & resources) to provide prompt student feedback and compare student groups.

AS

Principal

 Increase student achievement

$1000

Title I

(3)Provide additional staff development and planning time for teachers to work on interdisciplinary, Project/Problem Based Learning experiences for students.

AS

Principal

Increase student achievement

-0-

Goal 1: The campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1 Increase the use of quality data to drive and support academic student instruction and performance at or beyond grade level.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1         Q2          Q3       Q4

(4)Follow district protocol for testing and evaluation data analysis.

AS

Principal, T

Increase student achievement

(5)Review student performance data and goals with campus Dept. Heads and teachers during PLCs.

AS

Principal, T

Increase student achievement

0

(6) Conduct ongoing monitoring of instruction by six weeks

  • Renaissance Reading Report
  • Classroom Walkthroughs

(25 per week)

  • PLC weekly meetings

AS

Principal, A, T

Increase student achievement

0

(7) Conduct data talks with students. Ex. STAAR Goals, AP goals, Semester / EOY, ACT, SAT, PSAT, TSI goals

AS

Principal, A, T

Increase student achievement

0

Goal 1: The campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1 Increase the use of quality data to drive and support academic student instruction and performance at or beyond grade level.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1         Q2          Q3       Q4

(8) Data Disaggregation and Support Process- Department PLCs will analyze data by Content each six weeks for all students, ELs, GT, and Spec. Ed. to identify needs and provide support.

AS

Principal, A, T

Increase student achievement

0

(9) Teacher recognitions based on student performance.

AS

Principal

Increase student achievement

Local

(10). Integrate reading and writing connections in scope / sequence in all contents.

AS

Principal,

Dept. Heads

Curriculum Documents

Walk throughs documents

Lesson Plans

Title I

Responsible Person Code:

P=Principal        SN=School Nurse

T=Teacher

SS=Skills Specialist

SP=Support Personnel

A=Administration

AS=All Staff

AC=All Committees

C=Counselor

CTE=Career & Technical Education                                

Student Code:

AS=All Students        ELL=English Language Learners

AA=African American        GT=Gifted & Talented

H=Hispanic        SPED=Special Education

W=White        AR=At Risk

O=Other        ED=Economically Disadvantaged

GL=Grade Level        

*=Needs to be included in CIP

   = Federal / State  Mandate    

   = District Mandate

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1A Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Language Arts.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1          Q2       Q3       Q4

1.* The District Reading/ LA Plan will guide instruction and will be reviewed on a yearly basis to reflect campus and district needs  (9-12)

AS

P,A,T

Increase student

achievement

$0.00

2.*Teachers will attend staff development coaching and instructional resources based on campus needs & data with emphasis on Tier 3 campuses (9-12)

-Including APSI

-Including Abydos 3 Week Writing Institute

-Including Abydos Writing Week

-AP, TSI, ACT Instruction  

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement

Title I

State Comp.

Local

3. *Provide students with instructional resources to support campus based initiatives.

AS

P, A

Increase student achievement

Title I

State Comp.

Local

4. *Provide instructional support, staff development, program upgrades, and resources to ensure effective implementation of district literacy programs / initiatives. (9-12)

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement:

5* Scoring of student writing compositions using independent consultants to provide feedback and suggestions to improve student writing skills. (9-10th *11, *12)

AS

P,A, T

Increase student achievement

State Comp.

Purchase novels to implement reading in the classroom.  Campus will purchase/order at least one class set per grade-level per year.  

6* Implement Summer Reading Program for 9th-11th Grade.

AS 9-11

P, A, T

Increase student achievement

State Comp.

7* Support RTI process for Language Arts.

RtI

Students

P,A,T

Increase student achievement

0

8*Monitor data reports in order to make instructional recommendations  plan for staff development. (Ex. Reading Renaissance, DIP goals)

AS

P, A, T

Increase student achievement

0

9*Implement and monitor reading and writing protocols

AS

P, A, T

Increase student achievement

0

10* Integrate TSI skills in lessons and raise awareness on TSI assessment and college readiness for all students. 9-12

AS

P, A, T

Increase student achievement

0

11*Collaborate with Special Education Dept. and Bilingual Dept. to provide teachers support on the use of supplemental aids and designated supports for identified students. 9-12

EL

Special Ed.

P,A, T

Increase student achievement

0

12*Set goals to ensure students are at “meets” and “masters” level on STAAR/EOC using Texas STAAR Screening Report 8th grade

AS

Campus Admin

Increase the number of meets and masters level

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1A Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Language Arts.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

12. Participate/Promote Poetry Café.

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement

$0.00

13.AR Participation & Top Reader recognitions (reading over 1 million words)

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement

$1,000.00

14.  Conduct Goal setting talks with student groups (ELL, 110%, Level III, Final Level II, non passers). Provide student binders for progress monitoring

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement

$500

15. Teachers work collaboratively with department/PLC implementing projects based learning.  At least one project per semester. Following the Buck Institute model for Project Based Learning

AS

P,A,T

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1A Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Language Arts.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

17.  Purchase and use electronic dictionaries for students in ELA classes to support language acquisition and spelling.

EL

P,A,T

Increase student achievement

$600

172

18.  Purchase and utilize instructional technology to support instruction in the classroom.  (i-pads, e-books, applications for instruction, white boards, GradeCam, Newsela

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement

$1500

19. Purchase and utilize class printer to print student work.

-Color Printer for ELA Department

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement

                    $800

20.  Support extended instructional time for at risk students through Friday Special Schedule, Extended Day & Extended Weeks(Attendance / Activities)

ELL, At Risk

P,A,T

Increase student achievement

$500

21.  Support extended instructional time for students needing enrichment through  Friday special event schedules (TSI, ACT/SAT Prep, Special interest projects). Provide incentives (for Attendance to activities)

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement

$500

*22 Administrators will structure PLCs to promote college, career, and military readiness through intentional lesson design & delivery. (District 16)

AS

P,A, AP teachers, T

Increase student achievement

-0-

*23 Engage students in rigorous college readiness exams: TSI, ACT/ SAT, AP to obtain distinction designations in ELA

(District 17)

AS

P, A, AP teachers, T

Increase number of students passing AP exams

-0-

22. Purchase a online student platform which would publish a student online newspaper

AS

P,T

$1,000 (2019-20)

$650 (2020-2021)

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1A Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Language Arts.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

24. Use strategies to support reading and writing in the classroom.

AS

Principals  

Campus teacher training documents

Walk through documents

Local Title I

20. Purchase and utilize resources that promote student writing. Example-consultant for scoring essays, scholarships, and AP anthologies

$825

21. Purchase class-set of relevant and engaging novels yearly for department.

$2,000

22. Purchase a online student platform which would publish a student online newspaper

AS

P,T

$1,000 (2019-20)

$650 (2020-2021)

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1B Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level for students in Math

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal           

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

    Q1         Q2         Q3        Q4

(1)*Students who will be referred to RtI will be placed in High School Strategic Learning Intervention class.

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement in math 1-5%

State Comp/

Title I

(2)*Math Dept. Head,  Administration, and Staff will attend meetings to disaggregate data and formulate strategies to improve instruction for all students

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement 1-5%

State Comp/Title 1

-0-

(3)*The math department designated teacher will attend vertical team meetings between 8th and 9th grade teachers to collaborate and enhance math instruction.

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement 1-5%

State Comp/Title 1

-0-

(4)*Math department teachers will attend conferences & staff development opportunities to collaborate and enhance math instruction (conferences such as

CAMT, District CAMT Share Fair, and RGVCTM).

AS

A,T

Increase student achievement 1-5%

0

(5). Math department will provide student incentives and use resources to promote student success. (Ex. ticket earned for Fall Festival, 3 week period for attendance & Spring Fling & performance from one recording period to the next)

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement 1-5%

$500

(6)*Support community involvement through District Parent Conferences, Family Math Night (Pi Day in Spring semester) and other events.

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement 1-5%

$500

(7) Purchase TI-NSpire calculators and other technology to support classroom instruction(5 charging docks)100 calculators for student check out

AS

P,A,T

Increase student achievement 1-5%

$70*5=$350

$5000 (1 set of 30)

(Gear Up Funds??)

(8)*Integrate and promote TSI through lessons when applicable to raise awareness.

AS

P,A,T

Increase TSI awareness preparation.

0

(9)*Promote, support, and facilitate the Texas Pre Freshman Engineering Program (TexPrep) at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV)for students in 9th-10th Grade to increase math skills needed for STEM field career and TSI Prep.

Students in 9th & 10th

P, A, T

Increase TSI awareness preparation

State Comp / Title I

(10) Include Math elective courses in the course offerings/ master schedule to support student interests in mathematics

AS

P,A, T

Increase student achievement, PSAT/ TSI/ ACT/ SAT scores

State Comp / title I/ Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1C Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Science.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal        

Actions/Tasks

(CURRICULUM)

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2       Q3         Q4

*1.  Disaggregate Science Six Weeks, Benchmark, and State Data with Teachers, Department Heads.

AS

Principal, Admin.

Science Ts

Increased Student Performance by 0-1%

Increase final Level IIs

Increase Level IIIs on EOC

Title 1/State Comp

-0-

*2.  Share Disaggregated Science Data and Findings to Create Data Driven Action Plans

AS

Principal, Admin.

Science Ts

Increased Student Performance by 0-1%

Increase final Level IIs

Increase Level IIIs on EOC

Title 1/State Comp

-0-

*3. - Implement Six Weeks/District Benchmarks.

-Facilitate the development and implementation of semester exams in AP science courses that would allow comparison with similar cohorts district-wide.

AS

Principal, Admin.

Science Ts

Increased Student Performance by 0-1%

Increase final Level IIs

Increase Level IIIs on EOC

-0-

4. Support classroom instruction through department learning walks, peer observations, and extended planning.

AS

Principal,

Admin.

Science Ts

Increased Student Performance by 0-1%

Increase final Level IIs

Increase Level IIIs on EOC

$300

5. Facilitate student centered instruction and application of learning objectives through the purchasing of appropriate materials (Chemistry, Physics, Biology, A&P, and Microbiology labs)

AS

Principal,

T, Science Coordinator, Science Ts

Increase student achievement

$1500

6. Facilitate student reading and understanding of scientific, non-fiction articles by providing a minimum of one article per semester

AS

Principal, Science Ts

Increase student reading levels

$0

7. Facilitate on grade level instruction through the use of student calculators (TI NSpire)

AS

Principal,

T

Increase student achievement

$3500 (one class set)

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1C Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Science.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal        

Actions/Tasks

MONITORING

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2      Q3          Q4

*8.  Incorporate the use of  technology based tools in instruction including BrainPop, Compass Learning, Science software NS hardware, including interactive lab simulations, data collection equipment, video streaming,Ceiling mounted LCD projectors, large format poster printer,EduSmart, Owlv2, ‘Mastering A+P’, Web assign, Edgenuity, Compass, and virtual field  

trips

AS

Principal,

Science Ts, Science Coordinator, Avid Teachers

Increased Student Performance by 0-1%

Increase final Level IIs

Increase Level IIIs on EOC

Title I / State Comp/ Local

*9.  Attend  Science  

Conferences to receive curriculum and pedagogy updates and increase participation in STEM field categories. These include CAST, RGVSA, and individual conferences in the disciplines, including AABT, AACT, and AAPT, and College Board.

AS

Principal,

Science Ts,

Science Coordinator

Increased Student Achievement

Title I

State Comp

Local

*10. Implement Campus participation in student research and increase participation in campus, Regional and State Science Fairs

(9-12) through various activities including Science Saturdays. Include order-out lunch for 2 Saturdays and research materials for student projects.

AS

Principal, T, Science Coordinator

Increased Student achievement

Title I

State Comp

Local

order-out meals: $300

Research supplies: $1500

*11.  Monitor through Classroom Walkthroughs the Implementation of :

  • Curriculum
  • EduSmart
  • Study Island
  • BrainPop
  • Pear Deck
  • Compass Learning
  • Mastering A&P
  • Owlv2
  • WebAssign
  • Technology Integration

AS

Principal, Science Coordinator

Increased Student achievement

Title 1/State Comp

-0-

WebAssign for AP science courses: $490

*12.  Monitor Implementation of Six Weeks Assessments through Data Analysis.

AS

Principal,

Science Coordinator

Increased Student achievement

Title 1/State Comp

-0-

13. Develop a process to provide supplies to support student research projects

-Foster success in the Science Advanced Placement courses and exams by providing support for Saturday supplemental instruction and by the purchase of commercially available review materials.

AS

Principal, T,

Science Coordinator

Increased Student achievement

Title I

$1000

14.a. Develop a schedule by which science teachers can observe fellow teachers’ lesson delivery.

AS

Principal

Increased Student Achievement through improved instruction.

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1C Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Science.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal        

Actions/Tasks

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2      Q3          Q4

15.  Facilitate teacher and

student development by

participating in partnerships

with different community

and educational entities

related to science, educational trips/competitions, and Regional & State Science Fair. Promote student research program by offering Fall Student Research Symposium with invited professionals, and Spring Students Research with a  community audience.

AS

Principal,

T

Increase student achievement

Campus Funds and District Science Department $5000, including materials for student research, and for Annual Research symposium

16. Support student research through science clubs (Robotics & Engineering, Electronics, Science National Honor Society (SNHS), Green Club and school sponsored activities/competitions

AS

Principal, T

Increase student achievement

Campus funds

*17. Science teachers implement/support content areas with the science component of Project Based Learning using Buck Institute guidelines (9th - 12th)

AS

Campus Admin, T

Increased student performance

Title 1/State Comp

$0

*18. Administrators will structure PLC’s to promote intentional lesson design and delivery.

AS

Campus Admin

Increased student performance

Title 1/State Comp

$0

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1D Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Social Studies.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal        

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

  1. *Implement a TEKS-based

9-12  Social Studies Curriculum to fulfill Goal 1.1D.        

  • Ensure local, state and    federal days of observation are integrated within curriculum (Veterans’ Day Celebration)
  • Embed support for Language Arts Short Answer Response and Anchor Charts into the High School Social Studies Curriculum.
  • Effectively implement the SIOP Model in Social Studies

AS

Principal,

T

> 100% of students at approaches;

80% at meets;

40% Masters on US History End of Course Assessment

-$200-

(2) Utilize a variety of professional development opportunities for social studies teachers to implement district expectations & initiatives, and integrate the use of materials, technology, equipment, and TEKS target instructional focus. (Lesson Design Lab)

AS

Principal,

T

Social Studies Coordinator

> 100% of students at approaches;

80% at meets;

40% Masters on US History End of Course Assessment

-0-

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1D Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Social Studies.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

  1. *Conduct district meetings and participate in campus department meetings to vertically align curriculum and review data

AS

Social Studies Coordinator

> 100% of students at approaches;

80% at meets;

40% Masters on US History End of Course Assessment

$5,000 Title 1

  1. Utilize Staff sessions needed to fulfill Goal 1.1D
  • Textbook Adoption Alignment
  • Academic Vocabulary
  • Process Skills
  • Primary & Secondary Sources (Reading & Writing)
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Integrating ELA and Social Studies
  • Social Studies PBL’s

AS

Principal

> 100% of students at approaches;

80% at meets;

40% Masters on US History End of Course Assessment

-0-

  1. *Teachers will participate in district meetings and campus department meetings to vertically align curriculum and review data.

AS

 Principal,

T

> 100% of students at approaches;

80% at meets;

40% Masters on US History End of Course Assessment

-0-

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1D Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Social Studies.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(6)*Implement a TEKS based

grades 9-12 Social Studies

assessment program needed to

fulfill Goal 1.1D.

Targeted support will be provided

to campuses/grade level/teachers

whose students do not meet

ongoing local created exams’

expectations: campus/classroom

visits to monitor, intervene,

support; staff development on

strategies, use of resources,

disaggregation of student data;

and, other on going assessment

support activities as needed to

fulfill Goal 1.1D.

AS

Principal, T

> 100% of students at approaches;

80% at meets;

40% Masters on US History End of Course Assessment

State Comp

(7)Provide teachers with necessary supplies to design on grade level, meaningful student learning experiences (technology applications for Social Studies, other)

AS

Principal, T

> 100% of students at approaches;80% at meets;

40% Masters on US History End of Course Assessment

$1000

Title I

State Comp

Local

(8)Provide necessary support for extended day & extended week learning - Ex. AP Saturday reviews; tutorials

AS

Principal, Admin,

T

> 100% of students at approaches; 80% at meets;40% Masters on US History End of Course Assessment

$2000

Title I

State Comp

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1D Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Social Studies.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(9)*Support teachers in the implementation of Lead4Ward Planning and Instructional Strategies, and use of Instructional Reports.

AS

Principal, T

> 100% of students at approaches;

80% at meets;

40% Masters on US History End of Course Assessment

State Comp

(10)*Support instructional planning and lesson delivery through the use of Lead4Ward ePLCs.

US History

Principal, T,

Social Studies Coordinator

> 100% of students at approaches;

80% at meets;

40% Masters on US History End of Course Assessment

State Comp

Title I

(11)* Implement rigorous best practices to ensure that Social Studies process skills are adequately implemented in at least 50% of classroom instruction.

AS

Principal, Admin.,

T

Increase student achievement

State Comp

Title I

(12) *Support Station Co-Teaching Model through Primary Source US History Readers and activities.

SPED

Principal,

Admin,

T

Increase Student Achievement

Federal

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1E Improve, sustain and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level for students in Career and Technical Education where each student shall master the basic skills and knowledge necessary for managing the dual roles of family member and wage earner and gaining entry-level employment in a high-skill, high-wage job or continuing the student’s education at the post-secondary level.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principa

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1          Q2       Q3       Q4

 (1)*Establish and support RGV LEAD S-TEAMs.

All CTE Sts

P/A/

CTE Counselors/

CTE Advisors/T

S-TEAM Campus Plan

N/A

(2)*Monitor the implementation of 21st Century Skills in CTE classes.

All CTE Students

Principal,

Admin.,

CTE Ts

Student Projects

NA

(3)*Increase the number of Student Industry Certifications and include but not limited to networking with business partners.

All CTE Students

Principal,

CTE T, Coordinators

Increased Number of Student Industry Certifications by 10%

152 Local ($285,000)

(4)*Monitor and identify teacher needs for Advanced Technical Credit (ATC) enrollments..

All CTE Students

P/A/T

Increased Numbers of ATC Certified Teachers and RGV LEAD Scholars

N/A

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1E Improve, sustain and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level for students in Career and Technical Education where each student shall master the basic skills and knowledge necessary for managing the dual roles of family member and wage earner and gaining entry-level employment in a high-skill, high-wage job or continuing the student’s education at the post-secondary level.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1       Q2       Q3       Q4

   (5)* Train academic counselors on verification of RGV LEAD Scholars.

All CTE Sts

Counselor

Agendas and Sign In Rosters, Increased Numbers of RGV LEAD Scholars

N/A

(6)*Monitor CTE Special Population Students Coded 2 to assure they are enrolled in formal interventions.

CTE EL & Sp.Ed.

Students Coded 2

Principal,

Admin,

Counselor

Increased Student Achievement as Measured by PBMAS

N/A

 (7)* Ensure Advisory Committee meets twice a year to review data, visit classrooms/facilities and complete program evaluations.

All CTE Sts

Principal,

Counselor,

T

Copies of Program Evaluations with recommendations for Improvements

N/A

(8)* Provide resources for staff to obtain quality professional development. 

All CTE Sts

Principal,

Counselor,

T

Employee Travel Forms & Agendas

152 Local ($40,000)

   (9)* Monitor the implementation of  an Online Career Planning System PreK-12th  grades.

All Sts

Principal, Counselor,

T

Systems usage reports.

N/A

(10)* Increase numbers in CTE programs to inlcude more Special Population students through increased efforts at student awareness.

All CTE Sts

Principal, Coordinators,

Counselor,

T

Increased course participation for Special Populations on Class Rosters

N/A

   (11)*Provide repairs, license renewals,  maintenance (i.e.yearly inspections and preventive maintenance) and rentals on CTE

equipment as needed. (Through CTE Dept.)

All CTE Sts

Principal,

Counselor,

T

Monitored maintenance as needed

152 Local ($26,000)

(12)* Have meetings with and/or publications (i.e. classroom brochures, articles for newspaper etc.) for parents to inform them about CTE programs available on campus/in the district.

All CTE Sts

Principal,, Campus Admin, T

Increase course awareness, participation and/or student industry certifications

152 Local ($3,000)

(13)* Provide mentoring opportunities for students through the RGV Mentors or other provided programs.

All CTE Sts

Principal,

Campus Admin, T

Increased student achievement and attendance

N/A

(14)Plan and host Career Fairs/ Conference for 9th-12th grades. Provide funds to provide appreciation gifts for guest speakers not to exceed $50 per speaker, incentives and conference materials.

All CTE Sts

Principal,

Campus Admin,

T

Career Fair flyers/agendas & Sign in rosters

CTE

Local

(15) Plan and host regular meetings with CTE department representatives in their respective depts. to ensure appropriate resources and curriculum are available.

All CTE Sts

Principal,

CTE Coordinators, Campus Admin, Ts

Increased staff productivity and compliance with CTE requirements

N/A

(16) Provide opportunities for guest speakers and industry professionals to visit the classroom and speak with students. Provide funds to provide appreciation gifts not to exceed $50 per speaker

All CTE Sts

Campu Admin,

T

Increased student exposure to industry professionals and real world connections.

CTE

Local

(17) HST students and teachers to visit 24 elementary schools as part of a job shadowing opportunity  PBL project with a partnering hospital to provide diabetes pre screening. Provide funds for transportation.

All CTE HST Sts

Campus Admin,

T

Increased student exposure to industry professionals and real world connections; awareness of HIPAA and confidentiality

$4,800

CTE / Local

(18) Provide job site visits/clinical opportunities for CNA candidates. Provide funding for transportation.

All CTE HST  Sts

Campu Admin,

T

Increased student exposure to industry professionals and real world connections; awareness of HIPAA and confidentiality

$8,000

CTE / Local

(19) Provide opportunities for university or career related site visits and tours. Provide funding for transportation/meals. For example, attend trip to engineering manufacturing plant in Harlingen, TX

All CTE Sts

Campus Admin,

T

Increased student awareness and exposure of industry and academic opportunities

$4,000

CTE / Local

(20)*Provide 20 hours of classroom management training are completed for new CTE teachers hired with a local permit (TEC 21.055).

All CTE Sts

Campus Admin,

T

Increased student performance, attendance, and Industry-Based Certifications

N/A

(21)Implement UT Austin curriculum Engineer Your World to support STEM instruction.

STEM students in Engineering & Technology

Campus Admin, T

Increased student performance, attendance, and Industry Based Certifications

$4,000

CTE/Title I/ State Comp

(22)* Provide support/expenses/tuition to increase the 4th level CTE course offerings at the high school

All CTE students

Campus Admin, Director

Increased student performance, attendance, and Industry Based certifications

152 Local ($95,000)

(23)* Ensure that 95% of Seniors enrolled in a CTE 4th level course earn an industry-based certification.

All CTE Sts

Director, Coordinator, Admin, Ts

Increase student performance, attendance, and Industry Certifications

N/A

(24)*ensure that 80% of seniors pass the PTCE  exam. For example, the class will need furniture to support a pharmacy tech lab.This will help for on hand training ( shelves,counter space with pull out drawers)

CTE

Pharmacy tech class

P,A,T

Increase student performance, and increase students passing Industry based certifications

CTE

funds

(25) Purchase hardware that supports solid works software to earn industry based certification. Approximately 20 computers

STEM students in Engineering & Technology

Campus Admin, T

Increased student performance, attendance, and Industry Based Certifications

CTE

$20,000

(26) Provide transportation for students participating in CTE Marketing Practicum courses with Internships with local health- and engineering-related businesses. Part of creating Business Partnerships with our school and dis

trict.

CTE Marketing Practium classes

On-location training and experience for students wanting to pursue health-related careers

CTE - $9,600 - four rotations of four weeks per student

(27) Provide equipment and resouces for HS Principles classes to learn vital signs such as temperature, height, weight, blood pressure readings, and pulse readings.

AS 9th grade

P,T, A

Increased number of students passing based certifications

CTE funds

(28) Include program links on website to inform the public about the opportunities on campus such as HOSA, PCT and CPhT programs.

All students

T

Increased application pool to programs and HOSA, increased Industry Based Certifications

-0-

(29) Provide supplies, tools, resources, consumables to incorporate PBL curriculum in Engineering courses.

Engineering & Technology

Campus Admin, T

Increased student awareness and exposure of industry

CTE - $8,000

(30) Provide HOSA Uniforms for members who compete….

Health Science Students

Campus Admin, Ts

Show formal uniformity….

(31)

(32) Provide equipment for BSL2 experiments in Medical Microbiology and Scientific Research and Design courses.

Health Science and Scientific research and design students

Campus admin and course teachers

CTE funds, $9,500

(33) Provide graphic capabilities to exhibit student work in competition

Health Science and Engineering students

Campus admin and teachers

CTE funds,

Plotter $2500, Color printer $350,, toner $600

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1F Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Health/P.E.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

  1. 1.*PE teacher will follow District Physical Education Health Curriculum.
  • PE activities
  • Health activities

To include:

Fitness Gram 10 Assessment:

  • Assess students 9th-12th grade with FG activities to be finalized last week of April
  • Review data with campus administrator BOY

AS

T,P,A

Classroom Instruction

Fitness Gram Logs and Data

-0-

2. * PE teacher will comply with Senate   Bill 530 providing a

minimum of Moderate to Vigorous Physical for students enrolled in the class in grades 9-12.

AS

T,P,A

Master Schedule

Lesson Plans

Assessments

Fitness Gram Reports

N/A

3. *PE teacher will utilize Let’s Move Program  

AS

T,P,A

Review On Line Campus Completion Data

N/A

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1F Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Health/P.E.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

4*.  Participate in LJISD Wellness Activities

  • Wellness Walks
  • Kickball Tournament
  • Softball Tournament
  • Volleyball Tournament
  • Health Fairs
  • Wellness Presentations

AS

P,A, T, Coaches

Campus Sign In Sheets

N/A

5. Compliance with teaching the District’s School Health Education Program, especially the instruction of human Sexuality in grades 9-12 (“Making a Difference” Abstinence Curriculum)

AS

P, A, T

Master Schedule

Lesson Plans

N/A

6.  Ensure that students for 9th-12th Grades meet HB 897 requirement of CPR.  Offer certification opportunities.

AS

T,P, A

Lesson Plans

Classroom Observation

Local

7.  Provide items needed to implement PE and Health Curriculum.

AS

T,P,A

Lesson Plans

Classroom Instruction

Walk Throughs

Assessments

Local

Title I

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1G Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Migrant students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal           

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

   Q1        Q2       Q3          Q4

1.* Migrant students STAAR results will be reviewed to secure accurate placement into the STAAR remediation opportunities during regular school year and summer school.

Migrant Students

P,A,T

Department operations

Title I, Part C

2.* Priority for Services (PFS) migrant students will receive supplemental support services before other migrant students to ensure that the requirements delineated by ESSA are addressed.

PFS Migrant Students

 P, A,T

PFS Monitoring

Title I, Part C

Campus Allocations

3. *All migrant students will receive grade appropriate school supplies on an as needed basis in order to provide them with the necessary tools to complete their classroom and homework assignments; thus facilitating them the same opportunity to meeting the academic challenges of all students. PFS students will receive supplemental support services before other migrant students.

PFS Migrant Students

Migrant Director, P, T

PFS Monitoring

Title I, Part C

Campus Allocations

4.*Provide a variety of alternative methods for credit accrual & recovery, homework assistance through GradPoint.  Credit-by-Exams. Pending funds.

Migrant Students

P/A/T

Increase student achievement/performance

Title I, Part C

5.*Provide in-state and out-of-state university tours for  high school students for regular term and summer term.  Pending funds.

Migrant PFS Students First then All Migrant

Migrant Director/P/

Migrant Strategist

Increase awareness and enrollment for post secondary education

Title I, Part C

6. *Provide tutoring in core content areas, state assessments before and after school, including Saturdays.

Migrant PFS Students First, then all Migrant

P/A/T

Student Signs

Increase Student Achievement (grades & EOC exams)

Title I, Part C

7.*Provide transportation for migrant students who need supplemental tutoring during both regular term and summer term.

Migrant PFS Students First, then all Migrant

P/A/

Performance Indicators

Title I, Part C

8.*Provide nutritional snacks for migrant students in extended day (before/after school including Saturdays) tutoring.

Migrant PFS Students First, then all Migrant

P/A/T

Performance Indicators

Title I, Part C

9.*Provide certificates, plaques, ribbons, and small trophies and/or other recognitions that are of nominal cost.

Migrant Students

P/A/T

Increase student performance

Title I, Part C

10.*Develop and conduct a Migrant Club and/or participate at Migrant Clubs at student’s home campuses.

Migrant Students

P/A/T

Agendas, Student Sign Ins

Title I, Part C

11.*Provide Transportation and food/snacks for Migrant Club Community Services Activities.

Migrant Students

P/A/T

Enrollment Cunts

Increase student Leadership skills and social awareness.

Title I, Part C

12.*Provide migrant students access & information to district sponsored Leadership Conferences for both regular term and summer term.

Migrant PFS Students First, then all Migrants

P/A/T

Increase student leadership skills and social awareness.

Title I, Part C

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1G Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Migrant students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal              

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

    Q1        Q2         Q3       Q4

13.*Provide computer laptops, graphing calculators, dictionaries/ thesauruses, pen/flash drives, portfolios for migrant students (check out at library or migrant lab/s). Pending funds.

Migrant PFS Students First, then all Migrant

P/A/T/L

Increase student achievement and performance

Title I, Part C

14.*Provide recognition events to students for functions that are within MEP guidelines. Transportation will be provided to those students recognized.

Migrant Students

P/A/T

State assessment Scores, Top 10% Migrant Exemplar Status, Head of the Class Status, Attendance, UT Graduation Enhancement & Community Services

Title I, Part C

16.*Provide testing fees for migrant students in need of TSI testing.

Migrant Students

P/A/T

Enrolment counts, increase dual/concurrent enrollment rates.

Title I, Part C

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1G Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Migrant students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal              

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

    Q1        Q2         Q3       Q4

17.*Provide nutritional snacks, breakfast, lunch and dinner for migrant students when participating in out of district and out of state College Assistance Migrant Program campus visits/ tours.

Migrant PFS Students First then All Migrant

P/A/T

Performance Indicators

Title I, Part C

18.*Provide intrastate and interstate coordination between Texas school districts and receiving states to exchange critical student information so that appropriate course placement, consolidation of partial credit and other credit accrual issues are addressed in a timely manner.

Migrant Students

P/A/T

Migrant Strategists’ individualized migrant logs.

Title I, Part C

19.*The high school migrant strategist will provide supplemental support services to migrant students in the following areas:

Graduation plans

Development of individual migrant student action plans

Coordination for leadership opportunities.

Migrant Students

P/A/T

Migrant Strategist’s

individualized migrant logs

Title I, Part C

20.*Migrant students 9th-12th will have access to the migrant secondary summer program for credit accrual and/or recovery in order to endure secondary credit for ontime graduation. Pending Funds

Migrant Students

P/A/T

Department Operations

Student transcripts and timely graduation

Title I, Part C

21.*Enroll 11th grade students in the Migrant University Summer Experience at the University of Texas-RGV. Pending funds.

Migrant Students

P/A/T

Increase concurrent enrollment participation/ graduation enhancement

Title I, Part C

Objective 1:   The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1H Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance  of Gifted and Talented students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Service Design

 

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1        Q2        Q3       Q4

1.* (9-12).Provide opportunities for G/T students to accelerate in areas of strength:

•  Pre AP/AP classes in core areas

•  Credit by exam

•  Flexible grouping: cross grade

   grouping

•  Early High School graduation

•  Texas Performance Standards

    Project

GT Ss /

AP Ss

P,A,T

Increase the # of GT students achieving masters performance in identified foundation curricular areas, lesson plans, itineraries, student lists, program celebrations

Title I

Local

2.* (9-12) Provide opportunities for GT Teachers / Administrators to check on the G/T Eligibility Criteria for GT students.

GT Ss

P,A,T

#of students eligible for GT Program

Review  GT folders

Increase GT students’ performance on STAAR

Title I

Local

 3*Provide GT/Pre AP/AP teachers and students with testing and / or instructional  / educational resources based on campus/program needs

GT Ss

Pre AP/

AP SS

 P,A,T

Increase the # of student performance

List of instructional materials needed /

Testing materials needed, Educational Field trips

Title I

Local

Objective 1:   The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1H Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance  of Gifted and Talented students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Service Design

 

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1        Q2        Q3       Q4

*4. Host GT Parent Night for AHSP students

 GT Ss

P,A,T

Sign-in sheets; Increase student performance

Increase # of participants

 Title I /Local

*5. Attend High School Pre AP and AP district horizontal/vertical alignment meetings

GT/LEP, Regular, Pre AP Ss

  P,A,T

Increased performance on AP exams

Meet quarterly as needed

Title I /Local

6. * Provide opportunities for Pre AP students to accelerate in areas of strength.

Regular Pre AP Ss

P/A/T

Increase # of Pre AP students and their performance on STAAR/ EOC exams

Title I

Local

7.* Provide AP tutorials after school and / or on Saturdays

AP

Students

    P,A,T

4% Increase AP scores

Increase AP Participation

Sign In sheets

Meet at least once per six weeks

Title I

Local

8.*Ensure that the timeline for each authorized AP course syllabus are being monitored through:

  • Lesson Plans
  • Classroom observations
  • Walk Throughs                

AP Students

P, A, T

4% Increase in AP scores

Meet at least once per six weeks

Title I

Local

9*AP Designee will meet to discuss AP information such as:

AP Parent Agreement form,

AP benefits,

AP exam dates,

student / parent information

AP Students

P, A, T

Meet on a 6 wks basis to discuss AP needs / concerns.  Increase # by 4%

  • Students enrolled in AP courses
  • Students taking AP exams
  • Increase in AP scores                

Title I

Local

*10..Ensure that all special populations (Migrant, LEP, Special Ed., At-Risk, etc.) have access to G/T identification process and services.

All Ss

 P, A, T 

 Increase the # of special populations identified for GT.  

Sign in sheets of Parent meetings

Title I /Local

 ▲

 ▲

Objective 1:   The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1H  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance  of Gifted and Talented students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Student Assessment

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

    Q1        Q2        Q3          Q4

11.*Nominate and identify students for GT services when students meet qualifying criteria.

GT Ss

 P, A, T

 Increase the # of identified GT students

Title I /Local

 

 ▲

 

 ▲

12.* Review all GT students

benchmark data, student grades, STAAR scores, and / or state assessments and the delivery of instruction to increase student achievement in the four core areas  

GT Ss

P, A, T 

Review local and state data

Increase the # of GT students achieving masters in identified foundation curricular areas

Title I /Local

13.* Provide opportunities for teachers to Improve their ability to differentiate instruction through process, content, and/or products.

GT/ Pre AP/

P, A, T 

*Monthly meetings with    teacher to discuss topics of need/ concern

*Sign-In Sheets

*Agendas

Title I /Local

14* Provide a continuum of learning experiences that lead to the development of advanced level products and/or performances such as those provided through the Texas Performance Standards Project.

GT/ Pre AP

P, A, T

TEA GT Resources; Texas Performance Standards Project;

Online training (TEA websites)

*Local trainings

* field trips

Title I /Local

 

Objective 1:   The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1H  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance  of Gifted and Talented students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Student Assessment

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

    Q1        Q2        Q3          Q4

15.*Provide opportunities for students to showcase their advanced level products.

 GT/Pre AP

P, A, T

*GT Parent Night Program

*Campus display.

*PBL projects

Title I /Local

16.*Provide opportunities for web paging, tele conferencing, and student correspondence.  Provide integration of technology into these classrooms.

GT Ss

Pre AP/

AP SS

P, A, T

Lesson Plans, Student Products, Project HEAL2 Cyber mentoring sign-In Sheets

 Title I /Local  

17.* Provide  information to  parents and community of Gifted and Talented Services/Program and learning opportunities

GT Ss

  P, A, T

Campus meetings Agendas/sign in sheets, Increase student performance

Title I /Local

$0.00

Objective 1:   The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1H  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance  of Gifted and Talented students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

18. GT / Pre AP /AP teachers will attend a minimum of  6 hours annually of professional development in  gifted/talented education and in the area of technology

 GT Ss

 

P, A, T

 Teacher certificates; Increase # of GT Ss achieving commended performance in identified curricular areas

Teacher self-assessments related to Technology

• Sign in sheets /Agendas

• Certificates        

Title I /Local

 

 ▲

 ▲

 ▲

19. New teachers will attend 30 clock hours of professional development in gifted/talented education for all new GT teachers

 GT Ss

P,A,T

Teacher certificates; Increase the # of GT students achieving commended performance in identified foundation curricular areas

•  Sign in sheets

• Certificates

Title I /Local

$0.00

20. Monitor the integration of technology into GT classrooms and lessons.

GT Ss

Pre AP

P, A, T

Lesson Plans and Student Products

Title I /Local  

21.Attend staff development provided by the district in the areas of  Pre-AP/AP trainings: such as (APSI)  

GT  Sec. Ss

  P, A, T

Increase # of AP courses by 5%

Copy of P.O.’s, sign-Ins, registration forms

• Certificates

Title I/Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1I Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Bilingual/ESL students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal     _          

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

    Q1         Q2       Q3        Q4

  1. *All ELs LPAC folders will be reviewed by the end of the 1st six weeks in order to ensure appropriate identification and program placement  

EL

Principal

Administrators

Teachers

LPAC clerk

Monthly review of LPAC Minutes

Folder Audits

 LPAC Forms

Skyward Manual EL student reports

Student Schedule

  1. Random classroom audits will be conducted to ensure correct program placement for ELs.

EL

Bilingual/ESL Department

Principal

Administration

Folder Audits

Audit Findings Forms

Language Report by Advisor

Classroom Visit Forms

  1. *Campus LPAC clerk will be reimbursed mileage

EL

Principal

LPAC clerk

Mileage Log

Meeting Certificates

State Bilingual

$1,000.00

 

  1. *Testing materials will be available for the identification, program monitoring,reclassification and evaluation of ELs.  

EL

Principal

LPAC clerk

Purchase orders

AccEllerate Reports

State Bilingual

  1.  *AHSP will adhere to district guidelines to ensure the accurate recordkeeping of LPAC records and timely transfer of student data

EL

Principal

Administration

LPAC clerk

Audit of LPAC folder

Permanent Record Forms/Checklist

Student Permanent Record Guidelines

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1I  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Bilingual/ESL students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal      _          

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

    Q1         Q2       Q3        Q4

6.*PEIMS data will be closely monitored at AHSP to ensure accuracy and data quality.

EL

Principal

Administrator

LPAC Clerk                    

Improve Data Quality

EOY Campus Checklist

Feedback on campus/internal audits

Language Reports

LPAC Monthly Tasks

PEIMS Edit Reports

BIL-ESL SKYWARD Manual

PEIMS Procedures

7.*Resources and materials will be purchased for LPAC clerk to improve data quality.

EL

Principal

Bilingual/ESL Department

LPAC clerk

Verification of Tasks

Language Reports

PEIMS Edit Reports

 State Bilingual

$1000

8.*Supplemental instructional materials/resources will be purchased to enhance ESL programs and content area curriculum during the academic school year.

EL

Principal/ Admin./

Teachers

Enhance instruction and increase student achievement on:

-TELPAS

-STAAR

-EOC

Title III

State Bilingual

9.* Purchase of technology in the ESL classrooms to support state required testing, linguistic and academic development.

EL

Principal

Teachers

Enhance instruction and increase student achievement on: TELPAS

-STAAR

-EOC

Title III

State Bilingual

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1I  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Bilingual/ESL students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal     _          

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

    Q1        Q2        Q3        Q4

 10.*Language Enrichment     Campus/Language Development Tutoring  will be implemented to increase English language acquisition.

EL

Bilingual/ESL Department

Principal

Teachers

-Increase student achievement in TELPAS

-Student Attendance Rosters

-Time sheets

-Agendas Sign-ins

Title III

$1,000

Books

Teacher Stipends

Resources

11. *AHSP principal and teachers will analyze EL data to identify instructional needs.  Teachers will complete an English Progress Monitoring Plan  

EL

Principal

Administrators

Teachers

Benchmark

State Assessment: STAAR/EOC

TELPAS/AMAOs

EL Progress Monitoring  Plan

AccELLerate

Instructional Guides

12. *EL Progress Monitoring Plan will be monitored periodically.

EL

Principal

Administration

Teachers

 Bilingual/ESL Department

Increase student achievement on :

  • TELPAS
  • STAAR/EOC

EL Progress Monitoring  Plan Audits

AccELLerate

13.. *Teachers will scaffold and differentiate instruction for ELs that is linguistically accommodated commensurate with the student’s levels of English language proficiency through the implementation of ELPS. 

EL

Principal

Teachers

Improve instruction and academic achievement in state assessments

Class Observations

Benchmark Results

EL Progress Monitoring Plan

Lesson Plans

Supplemental content area instructional resources

ELPS Tool Kit

SIOP Books

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1I  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Bilingual/ESL students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal              

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

    Q1        Q2        Q3        Q4

14. *AHSP principal will ensure that scope and sequence for all content area subjects is taught and ELPS are implemented  

EL

Principal

Administration

Teachers

Increase student achievement

Six weeks assessments

Benchmarks

Classroom observations

PLC meetings

Lesson Plans

15.  *AHSP will increase parent knowledge on the instructional programs available to support the academic needs of EL in order to increase academic progress and graduation rate through:

  • Bilingual/ESL brochures
  • Campus meetings
  • Campus website

EL

                                                               

Principal

Social Worker                                                

 

Meeting Agendas

Sign-Ins

Materials for meetings

14. *AHSP will increase parent and family parent participation through various activities  that assists their children to attain English proficiently and achieve high achievement in core academics such as Parent Workshops,Parent Trainings

EL

 Principal

Social Workers  

           

Meeting Agendas

Sign-Ins

Presentation Documents

Brochures

Meeting invitation

Materials for meetings

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1I  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Bilingual/ESL students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal             

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

   Q1         Q2        Q3        Q4

15.  *    AHSP principal will certify that all content area  teachers are SIOP and ELPS trained.

EL

Principal

Administration

PDS  Certificate

Sign In

Agenda

16.*     AHSP STEM teachers will implement with fidelity the ESL program by implementing SIOP Model in order to increase linguistic and academic achievement.

EL

Principal

Administration

Teachers

Increase student achievement on:

-TELPAS

-STAAR

-EOC

Class observation protocol

ESL manual

ELPS Toolkit

SIOP Books

Engaging Lessons

Planning Tool

17.  *     Classroom Observations will be conducted to evaluate the implementation of the SIOP model.

EL

Principal

Administration

Classroom Observations feedback

 

District Walk-through form

18. * Instructional materials, and teacher guides will be available  to supplement content area instruction.

EL

Bilingual/ESL Department

Content Area Coordinators

Benchmarks

TELPAS/STAAR/EOC

Content Teacher Edition manuals

99 Ideas and Activities for Teaching English Learners with The SIOP MODEL

99 More Ideas..

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1I  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Bilingual/ESL students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal         

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

   Q1       Q2        Q3       Q4

18.  *Substitutes will be provided for teachers attending required trainings.

EL

Bilingual/ESL Department

Principal

PDS Certificates

State Bilingual

19. * AHSP LPAC will utilize AccELLerate on line system to make placement , instructional, and assessment decisions.  

EL

Principal

Administration

LPAC

LPAC documentation

State Bilingual

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1J  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Special Education students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1           Q2      Q3          Q4

*1.AHSP&STEM will ensure alternative programs, services, and pre-referral interventions (such as RTI, 504, tutorial services, dyslexia program,) are implemented prior to the referral of students for special education evaluation.

SPED

Campus Administrators

Teachers,

Counselors,

District

Response to

Intervention

Team

Pre-referral intervention

Documentation

Campus RTI Team

Progress of research-based interventions

Sp. Ed Funds

*2.  LPAC will collaborate with ARD to recommend assessment criteria for entry and exit LEP status for students with disabilities.

SPED

Assessment Personnel

General/Special Education Teacher

LPAC/ARD Campus Committees

Continuous Improvement Plan for Special Education

Decrease the % of Special Education LEP disproportion representation

Sp. Ed. Funds

3.*Utilize support and resources provided to our campus.

*General Supplies, Reading Materials & Program, Textbooks,

Equipment over & under $500, Testing Materials, Computers, Printers.

SPED

Principal, Administration,

General/ Special Education Teacher

Increase student performance

Spec. Ed Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1J  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Special Education students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1       Q2         Q3       Q4

4.* Assistive Technology devices will be provided to special education students. Examples of Assistive Technology Devices include:

-Wheelchairs

-Diction Software

-Gait Trainers

-O & M Canes

-Stander

-Interactive Microphones

-Personal Listening System

-I-Pads

-Interactive Whiteboards

-Interactive Learning Stations

-TouchScreen Computers

-Alternate Keyboards

-Hand Held Magnifiers

-Auditory Trainers

SPED

Principal,

Administration,

Teachers General/Special Ed. teachers

Increase student performance

Special Ed. Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1J  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Special Education students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

   Q1         Q2        Q3        Q4

7.*Classroom inclusion walk throughs will focus on the six co-teaching approaches.

SPED

Principal,

Administration

Increase student performance, walkthroughs

Special Ed. Funds

8.*Special Education staff members will receive extra duty pay for the following:

-Tutoring

-Trainings

-Homebound Services

-ESY Services

-Summer School Programs

SPED

Principal,

Administration

Special Ed Staff/Teachers

Timesheet Logs

Special Ed. Funds

9.*Staff members will attend Child Find training throughout the school year to bring awareness of evaluations that are available through the special education department.

SPED

Principal,

Administration

Child Find Strategist,

Social Worker

Sign-Ins, Agendas

Increase student performance

Special Ed. Funds

10.*Ensure student IEPs are implemented in the classroom.

SPED

Principals,

Administration

Walkthroughs

Special Ed. Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1K  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level (Secondary Education)

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1         Q2       Q3      Q4

*(1) Vertical Teams will meet to discuss curriculum needs and review areas of strength by content.  

All students

MS Exec.

Director/ Coords./

Principals

Increase student performance                

Title 1 (211)

Local (199)

$0

*(2) DEIC/(SBDM) will meet to review district (campus) programs, staff development, budget, needs assessments, goals, and objectives.

All students

MS Exec.

Director/

Principals

Increase student performance                

 

Local (199)

$5,700

*(3) Campus administrators will meet to discuss district issues: Curriculum Leadership Skills, Federal/State & Local Accountability Data Reports, Instruction, CCMR, TEA Updates, Assessments, Programs, Lead4ward Plan, PLTW and current Grant Initiatives

All students

Principal/

Coordinators

Increase Student Performance

Earn District Post Secondary Readiness Distinction and Campus Distinction Designations        

Title 1 (211)

Local (199)

$0

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1K  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level (Secondary Education)

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1         Q2       Q3      Q4

*(4) Transition meetings will be held for teachers to communicate with each other to allow for student success as they move from one educational level to another.

  • 5th        6th 
  • 8th        9th
  • 12th      College

All Students

Executive Director/

Principals

Increase Student Achievement

Title 1 (211)

Local (199)

$0

(5) Transition Activity Plan will be modified and implemented.

All Students

MS & HS Executive Director/

Guidance & Counseling Coord./

Campus Counselors/

Principals

Increase Student Achievement and Graduation Rate

Title 1 (211)

Local (199)

$0

*(6) Goal setting/monitoring meetings between administrators will be held throughout the school year to discuss student performance, intervention plans, etc. for special populations as outlined in the Principal Support Plan.

All Students

Executive Directors/Principals

Increase Student Achievement

Title 1 (211)

Local (199)

$0

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1L Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond district expectations. (UIL)

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1        Q2        Q3        Q4

(1.) *Student Participation- Assist comprehensive high schools in meeting their participation goal by promoting AHSP-STEM student UIL participation on campus-20 students

AS

Principal

Admin.

Teachers

Meeting Sign-in Sheets

Entry Forms

Student Rosters

Local

(2.)  *Presentation of UIL Academic Events and Coaches for the purposes of recruitment at Meet the Teacher and Report Card Events

AS

Principal

UIL campus Coaches

Sign In Sheets

Agendas

0

(3.)  *Travel to District approved Local, Regional and State UIL/ TMSCA tournaments

AS

Principal

UIL Coaches (T)

Sign In

Grade Reports

Results of Tournament

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1L Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond district expectations. (UIL)

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1        Q2        Q3        Q4

(4.)  *Review grade reports to verify student compliance with No Pass, No Play requirements

AS

Principal

Teachers

Compliance with No Pass, No Play requirement

Grade Reports

0

(5).*Recognition of students, staff, and coordinators for participation and advancement in UIL/TMSCA/ District Spelling Bee before the Board of Trustees

AS

Principal

Coordinator

Teachers

Schedule of Events

Results

Agendas

Sign In

Local Funds

(6).*Travel to District approved Local, Regional and State UIL/ TMSCA tournaments.

AS

Principal

Coordinator

Teachers

Sign In

Grade Reports

Results of Tournament

Local Funds

(7).*Purchase of awards and materials related to student preparation for academic competition.

AS

Principal

Coordinator

Teachers

Overall preparedness

of students for competition

Local Funds

(8)*Pay for membership to University Interscholastic League for High Schools

AS

Principals at each Comprehensive HS

Timely Payment of Membership Fees

Local Funds

 

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1M Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of §504 students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal        

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

(1) Use instructional materials/adaptive equipment/ technology, needed as per student Individual Accommodation Plan (IAP).

504 Students identified under 504 and/or Dyslexia

 A,P,T

Compliance of §504

State, Federal, Local Funds

(2) Utilize general materials needed, provided by the district, as per student Individual Accommodation Plan.

504 Students identified under 504 and/or Dyslexia

 A,P,T

 Compliance of §504

State, Federal, Local Funds

 

(3) Provide dyslexia teachers with essential technology, general supplies, and resources needed for use with students identified with Dyslexia.

504 Students identified under 504 and/or Dyslexia

 A,P,T

Compliance of §504

State, Federal

 

(4) General Homebound Teachers will provide services to students and support to §504 staff at campus or student’s home.

Students identified under §504;

Students identified with §5dyslexia; Students receiving GEH services

A,P,T

Compliance of §504

State, Federal, and Local Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1N  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal & Instruction

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

1.* Send students to extended day, week and year (summer school) program focused on the academic improvement of students at their home campuses.

AS

P, A, T

Increased Student Academic Achievement

-Reduced Dropout Rate

Title 1 Part A

State Comp. Edu.

2. *Employ/Utilize the following professional staff to supplement services at the Center 

-Social Worker (Title 1 Part A)

-Dropout Recovery Strategist (Shared)

AS

AR

P, A,  SP

Increased Student Academic Achievement

-reduced Drop Out Rate

State Comp. Edu.

Title 1 Part A

3.*Employ assistant principal to supplement local efforts in enhancing educational opportunities for students in economically disadvantaged situations and At Risk situations.. (Project HEAL AP/ Reg. AP)

AS

AR

P, A

Increase Student Achievement

Reduce Drop Out Rate

Title I Part A

State Comp.

4.* Employ counselor to supplement local efforts in enhancing educational opportunities for students in at-risk situations

AR

A, P, SP

 - Increased Student Academic Achievement

- Reduced Drop Out Rate

State Comp. Edu.

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 ▲

 ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1N  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal & Instruction

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

5.* Employ AVID teacher to implement AVID program and to assist with college readiness and promotion.

AR

P, A, SP

Increased Student Academic Achievement

-Reduced Dropout Rate

Title 1 Part A

6.*Employ the following paraprofessionals to assist with academic development, dropout prevention, and parental/ community involvement:

-Attendance Clerk

-TSI Proctor

-College Readiness clerk

AS

AR

P, A, SP

Increased Student Academic Achievement

Reduce Dropout Rate

State Comp.

7. Meet with graduation specialist quarterly for internal audit of Leaver records

AS

P, A, SP

Reduce Dropout Rate

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1O  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level (Assessment)

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal & Instruction

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

(1) *Attend district training for testing coordinators to administer state tests per Texas Education Agency guidelines and local written procedures.

AS

Campus Testing Coordinator

Reduced or eliminated testing irregularities

Title I

State Comp

Local

(2) *Produce student performance data and survey data for use in guiding instructional and curricular decisions.  

AS

P, Campus Testing Coordinator

Reduced or eliminated testing irregularities

Title I

State Comp

(3)*Follow written local procedures for State and local testing to reduce the number and severity of testing irregularities.

AS

P, Campus Testing Coordinator

Reduced or eliminated testing irregularities

Title I

State Comp

(4)*Comply with internal audits in a timely fashion to verify accuracy of State testing document coding.

AS

P, Campus Testing Coordinator

Reduced or eliminated testing irregularities

Title I

State Comp

(5)* Use software to manage test administration information.

AS

P, Campus Testing Coordinator

Improved efficiency of campus testing coordinators.

Title I

State Comp

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1S Increase the use of quality data to drive and support academic student instruction and performance at or beyond grade level.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

   Q1        Q2        Q3     Q4

(1) Work with the Grant Development Department to apply for any pertinent grants and maintain accurate records; purchase necessary items to organize grant documentation.  (Includes P.A.T.H.S.Project and Project HEAL)

 AS

P,A,T

Meeting Agendas

Sign-In-Sheets

Increase student

Performance

Local (199)

(2) Attend Grant Development Meetings (registration & mileage if applicable)

geared towards providing the latest

TEA and other state and federal grant agencies’  information pertaining to grants:

  • Grant Writing
  • TEA SE Accounts
  • TEA Grant Reviewing
  • Grant Timelines
  • Guidelines /Grant Record-Keeping
  • Budgets
  • TEA Grant Negotiations
  • TEA Grant Amendments
  • Grant Campus Implementation
  • NOGA Requirements

 AS

P, A, T

Grant Development Coordinator

Meeting Agendas

Sign-In-Sheets

Increase student

Performance

Local (199)

Title I (211)

(3) Create and support a grant development team on campus dedicated to applying for related grants.

AS

P, A, T

Meeting Agendas

Sign In Sheets

Local (199)

Title I (211)

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1 T Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Response to Intervention (RtI) students at or beyond grade level,

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

(1). Utilize and provide instructional materials as needed for maintenance of RtI documentation.

Students

identified

as requiring interventions

AS, P

Compliance of RtI

State, Federal,

Local Funds

(2). Use technology equipment needed for maintenance of RtI documentation.

Students

identified

as requiring interventions

AS, P

Compliance of RtI

State, Federal,

Local Funds

(3) Administrator will attend RtI Professional Development Trainings/Sessions and conduct periodic reviews to monitor and support the fidelity of implementation of the RtI Process.

Students identified as requiring

interventions

RtI

Admin

Principal

Compliance of RtI

State, Federal, and Local Funds

(4) Reading materials needed in order to comply with RtI regulations.

Students identified as requiring

interventions

RtI

Admin

Principal

 Compliance of RtI

State, Federal, and Local Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1U Reading Task Force Activities

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

(1)Comply/Utilize reading & writing connections in scope / sequence in all curriculum.

AS

P,A,T,

Walk through documents

Lesson plans

Title I Part A

  ▲

  ▲

(2)Participate in the La Joya ISD Book Fair at Barnes & Noble

AS

P,A, T

Participation Sign In

Title I

Local

  ▲

  ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1V  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level (Library Media)

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

*(1) Utilize instructional resources available to students and teachers for effective implementation of library media services.

Librari-Librarian will implement a Plan of Action with academic and engaging activities based on School Library Programs: Standards and Guidelines for Texas. ;                              

              - Inform parents of “La Llave Del Exito” Parent Book Club

AS

P,A,L

Campus Feedback  

Agendas/Sign In Sheets

Increased Student Academic Achievement

Local Funds

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

*(2) Implement the Reading Renaissance Program

  • BOY, MOY & EOY assessments will be administered with fidelity and administration support.
  • Parents will be informed and advised as to the intention and objective of the program.
  • Home Connect Application will be used to notify parents of the pupil’s progress.
  • Students’ individual goals will be set based on his/her ongoing academic progress and will be closely monitored to ensure student academic success

AS

P,A,T,L

Campus Feedback  Agendas/Sign In Sheets

Increased Student Academic Achievement

Program Usage Reports

Title I Part A

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1V  Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level (Library Media)

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

(3) Promote student participation in the Texas Media Awards by submitting student projects utilizing digital and technology media

A

A, P, T

Improved student achievement

Student Digital Projects Submitted by Campus

Local Funds

*(4) Implement the ESC1 Media Coop Program

  • Orientations to teachers, students and parents are to be programmed at the beginning of the academic year, followed up by the Librarian.
  • -Provide ongoing guidance in the classroom and the library with online resources.

AS

AS

Campus Feedback   Agendas/Sign In Sheets

Increased Student Academic Achievement Program Usage Reports

Title I Part A

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

♢∆*(5) Promote student participation

in the Texas Youth Media Awards by submitting student projects utilizing digital and technology media to the Texas Library Association Committee

A

A, P, T

Improve student achievement

Student Digital Learning Projects

Submitted by Campus Librarian

Local Funds

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

♢(6)Utilize funds for project entry fees and student and Librarian travel to Texas Youth Creators Awards at Texas Library Association Conference in April 2019

AS

A

Increased implementation

of Digital Learning and technology

Student Recognition

Local Funds

State/Federal Funds

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

♢(7) Promote and Organize a school trip for Semester 1 campus power readers (1 million + words read) to the  La Joya I.S.D. Book Fair at Barnes & Noble during the month of February 2019

and end of year trip for S2 power readers.

A

A, P, T

Campuses  are scheduled

to visit and have an orientation/tour of book facility

Increase number of power readers from previous year

Local Funds

$1000

(8)Through ELA classes or others that apply, the librarian will review online resources and research databases including Mackinvia and other Region One Coop resources using hands on work in the computer lab.

AS

High School Sign In

-0-

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

(9)Increase the number of print materials available for student and teacher check out,  including class novels and maker space resources as well as other resources and technology.

AS

P, Librarian

Increased Student Academic Achievement

Increased circulation of books

Local

Title I

$2,000

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1 W Prepare students for college, career, and lifelong learning.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

*(1). Work with appropriate departments to purchase required career pathway student gear for students to use when they are in their job shadowing/ internship/ volunteer program/s.

All Students

Principal

Increase College Readiness

High School Allotment

(2)Attend/participate in annual induction ceremony

All students

9th

P, A, T

Increase the number of students prepared to enter postsecondary education. Sign In

High School Allotment

(3) Prepare list of recommended reading and purchase class sets for college readiness.

All Students

P, T

Increase College Readiness

Title I

Local

(4). Purchase supplies needed for student portfolios such as sheet protectors, dividers, binders.

All Students

P,T

Increase College Readiness

Local

(5). Utilize district resources for TSI, ACT, SAT practice

All Students

P,C,T

Increase College Readiness

Local

(6). Maintain TSI lab for student use, purchasing computers, printer, shredder

All Students

P, TSI proctor

Increase College Readiness

Local

(7) Purchase items needed to increase college awareness such as university pennants, graduation gowns for displays promoting college going culture.

All Students

P

Increase College Readiness

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1 W Prepare students for college, career, and lifelong learning.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3     Q4

(8)Travel cost for Principal and Counselor and/or Administrator to attend one state or national conference related to the work being done with Ford NGL, CTE, or College guidance (3 days)

All Students

Principal

Increase College Readiness

High School Allotment

(9) Create awareness and allow for career and degree explorations in fields within the different universities and industries for Ford NGL and STEM.

All students

Principal

Increase awareness of higher education opportunities

Agendas

Sign Ins

High School Allotment

Local

(10)Provide copies of Academy description & benefits along with items displaying Academy name & information (Ex. pens, pencils, brochures, giveaways)

All students

Principal,

Admin.

Teachers

Increase awareness of the Academies and for continued programmatic operations

High School Allotment

Local

(11)Purchase various college enrichment materials that will transform the college going culture of the campus.

All students

Principal

College Going Culture Transformation

Qualitative Evaluation by students

High School Allotment

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.1 W Prepare students for college, career, and lifelong learning.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3     Q4

(12)Allow for in-district / out of district travel mileage, and professional development directly related to Ford NGL, STEM, or student success seminars/ conferences

All Students

P, A, T

Develop systemic process that bring student success and program alignment with college certificates/ associates degrees. Mileage on-in sheets

High School Allotment

(13)Region One Travel-Continued professional development trainings on content specific topics that have a direct impact on student success.

All Students

P, A, T

Increase Student persistence and achievement. Region I evaluation sheets. College Readiness

High School Allotment

(14)Provide Custodial staff for weekend/after school Academies projects and events.

All Students

P, A, T

Completion of events

High School Allotment

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.2Provide technology resources that promote student learning.

Focus:Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1        Q2       Q3        Q4

∆(*1)Accept and and enforce  the La Joya I.S.D. and Protecting Children in the 21st

Century Act posted on the district web page (link:www.lajoyaisd.com) All users – parents, students and staff must read and sign Acceptable Use Policy agreements.

AS

P,T,A,AS

Acceptable Use Policy signed forms

Improved student safety on the Internet.

Local Funds

-0-

◊∆*(2) Promote positive school culture that supports the safe and responsible use of technology with Common Sense Education K-12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum (commonsensemedia.org)   Anti-cyberbullying lessons will be taught for 9th -12th  grade students.

AS

P,T,A,AS

Safe digital learning environment for all; lessons included in lesson plans

Local

-0-

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.2Provide technology resources that promote student learning.

Focus:Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1        Q2       Q3        Q4

(3) *Keep up to date technology inventory status/reports for budgeting purposes

A

A

Budget allocation for technology purposes

Local Funds

15% of campus budget

(4) *Implement annual purchasing procedures to maintain the campuses at least at a 4-1 student/computer ratio, and purchase emerging technology tools.

AS

A,P

Purchase Orders

Campus budget reports (15% of budget allocated for technology)

Local / Federal Funds

(5)* Utilize software management systems such as Project Share, Texas Gateway, and the Texas Success Initiatives: MSTAR, i-Station, and Think Through Math to promote online staff development and access to learning materials.  

AS

P, A, T

Improved student achievement.

Local Funds

(6)Teachers will attend staff development support for teachers in the area of technology use to enhance & transform classroom instruction.

AS

P, A, T

Improved student achievement

Local Funds

(7)*First year teachers will attend  TESA (Teacher Expectations & Student Achievement) training to impact student achievement.

AS

P

New T

Lesson Plans, Walk Throughs, Increased lesson delivery effectiveness; Increased student achievement

State Comp

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.2Provide technology resources that promote student learning.

Focus:Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1        Q2       Q3        Q4

(8) Attend and utilize administration training to recognize and identify exemplary and levels of use of technology tools and technology integration via SAMR Model.

AS

A

Improved student achievement.

Walkthroughs

None

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

(9) Attend training on how to use online resources and digital learning platforms to impact teaching and learning including, but not limited to Google Classroom, iTunesU, iPad Classroom App, Edmodo, BlackBoardLearn

AS

A

Lesson Plans

Student Assessments

Improved student achievement.

Walkthroughs

Title I Funds:

$7,500.00

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

(10)*Implement goals and objectives included in the the LJISD district wide Technology Integration Plan and utilize these goals for the purchasing of technology devices.

AS

P,T,A,AS

Lesson Plan Activities of Technology Integration

Purchase Orders

Walkthroughs

Local / Federal Funds

(based on campus/dept. needs)

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

(11)* Utilize district /campus web pages to communicate school news/events, educational resources and provide access to district personnel and the community.

AS

P,T,A,AS

Web page presence

Improved communication with community/parents

Local funds

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.2Provide technology resources that promote student learning.

Focus:Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1        Q2       Q3        Q4

◊Δ*(12) Attend training and use supplies for the intentional implementation of the Hour of Code during Computer Science Week And National STEM Day

A

A, P, T

Improved student achievement; campus plans-coding activities, Walkthroughs

Local / Federal Funds

$3,575.00

(13) *Promote the integration of technology activities for Digital Learning Day in February 2019 such as: digital storytelling, coding, Minecraft, QR coding, digital citizenship, Makerspaces or imagination stations, blended learning, VR/AR, etc.  (Alliance for Excellent Education: ww.digitallearningday.org )

AS

P, T, A, AS

Improved student achievement

Increase in integration of 21st Century Skills and access to emerging technology.   

Local Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.2Provide technology resources that promote student learning.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1        Q2       Q3        Q4

(15)Attend staff development to support technology instruction in the classroom and purchase technology related equipment / applications/ software/ licenses to support implementation initiatives.

AS

P,A,T

Increase use of technology in the classroom.  Increase student achievement.

Lesson Plans

Sign In Sheets/ Agenda

Local

$5,000

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

(16)*Integrate the International Society for Technology Education (ISTE) technology standards for students, teachers, and administrators and Profiles for Technology Literate Students in lessons and as described in the district-wide technology integration plan

AS

P,A,T

Increased participation in technology integration initiatives; Increase in technology literate students

Local

Title I

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

(17)Utilize technology to support communication with business professionals and Universities to support learning in the classroom (guest speakers, curriculum feedback through face time and cyber mentoring)

AS

P,A,T, Technology Staff

Increase use of technology in the classroom.  Increase student achievement.

Lesson Plans.  Project HEAL2 Cyber Mentoring Sign-Ins

Local

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.2Provide technology resources that promote student learning.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1        Q2       Q3        Q4

(18)Purchase technology related items to support implementation of PBL and other curriculum initiatives (presentation station, speaker, microphone)

AS

P,A,T

Increase use of technology. Improve student achievement and use of authentic learning experiences.Lesson Plans

Local

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

(19)*Provide opportunities for students to participate in the Congressional App Challenge for 9th-12th grade students. Students will develop an app for a real life need.

AS

P,A,T

Student Recognition

Local Funds based on Student Results

  ▲

 ▲

 ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.3 Promote post-secondary education.

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal 

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

 Q1        Q2        Q3      Q4

  (1)*Ensure that students use AVID Strategies in core content

area classes.

AS

P, A, T

Increase the number of students prepared to enter postsecondary education

N/A

  (2) *Provide dual /concurrent enrollment classes.

9th-12th Grade

         P, C,

Increase College going rates

High School Allotment Funding

(4)* Provide students the opportunity to attend the Texas National Hispanic Institute and Celebration Event.

AS

College & Career Readiness Dept., Counselors

Increase students leadership skills

Local

(5)*Enroll students in College preparation ELA/ Math classes to be TSI complete and provide students with an overview of their transcript and degree plan.

AS

P, A, C

Increase number of students TSI complete.

Counselors sign in log

N/A

(6) *Students receive college information through Advisory Teachers and Counseling Classroom Guidance to learn about colleges, financial aid, scholarships, Apply Texas, College Entrance Requirements, and to complete 5 college applications and financial aid application senior year.

9th – 10th

 T, C

Advisory Class Lesson Sign In

Counseling Classroom Guidance Sign In

N/A

(7) Provide opportunities for students in grades 9-11 to visit colleges and universities.

  • Transportation
  • Food
  • Registration Fees
  • Out-of-district travel

9th-11th

Administrators, Counselors, Teachers

Promote post-secondary education

(8) Provide Fast Track events for seniors to register for college at local college/university.

  • Transportation
  • Food

12th

Administrators, Counselors, Teachers

Increase number of students enrolling in college.

(9) Coordinate transportation and purchase textbooks for dual enrollment classes both on campus and at South Texas College.

9th-12th

Principal

Increase number of students taking college classes

(10) Ensure AVID teachers and the Site Team attend AVID Summer Institute.

N/A

College Readiness Director

Increase the number of students prepared to enter post-secondary education

(11) Provide professional growth for counselor; ensure counselor attends Counseling Annual Conference to stay updated on post-secondary readiness.

N/A

Principal

Increase student support for academic achievement

 

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.3 Promote post-secondary education.

 

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

 Q1        Q2        Q3      Q4

(7)*Administer TSI Exam.

AS

P,A,C

TSI Proctor

Increase the number of students ready to enroll in a dual and concurrent enrollment courses

N/A

(8) *Provide ACT Prep Sessions.

AS

P, A, C

Increase the number of students ready to enter post-secondary education

N/A

▲   (14)*Administer the ACT/Aspire & P-SAT test.

10th

Test Coordinator

Increase the number of students prepared to take ACT/SAT and score at entry level

High School Allotment Funding

▲   (15) *Interpret P-SAT test results through individual counseling sessions.

10th

P,A,T, C

Counselor Sign in Logs

N/A

(16)*Provide Dual Enrollment Parent Meetings.

9th -10th

P,A,C,SW

Sign-ins, Agenda

N/A

(17)*Administer the ACT exam.

11th & 12th Grade

P, A

Increase the number of students graduating college ready

Federal Programs

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4 Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level by providing quality Professional Staff Development.

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal          

Actions/Tasks

Staff Development

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1         Q2      Q3        Q4

(1)Ensure teachers attend Staff Development on Teaching Across the Curriculum in order to produce Project Based Learning.

 AS

P,A,T

Training Evaluations

Administrators  walkthroughs

Improved student performance STAAR

Local Funds,

(2) Ensure teachers attend 1st, 2nd & 3rd year required district teacher training.

AS

P,A,T

Training Evaluations

Administrators walkthroughs

Local Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4 Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level by providing quality Professional Staff Development.

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal          

Actions/Tasks

Staff Development

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1         Q2      Q3        Q4

(3)*Attend and assign appropriate staff development for secondary teachers that integrates the use of materials, equipment, inquiry strategies, and TEKS focus into their instruction for all educational Core Areas:

Science, Math, Language Arts,

Social Studies, Bilingual, and supports the initiatives of each program design in order to meet the needs of our students.      Central Office Departments,     Staff Development Department

 AS

P,A,T

Documented classroom observations, sign-ins, agendas

Improved student performance on STAAR

Local Funds, Federal Funds, and

State Comp.

(4)*    Teachers will attend provided T.O.T. on Cooperative Learning and other required T.O.T. staff development.

 AS

P,T

Training Evaluations

Administrators  walkthroughs

Improved student performance on STAAR

Local Funds, Federal Funds and

State Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4A Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level by providing quality Professional Staff Development.

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal          

Actions/Tasks

§504/Dyslexia (A)

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

 Q1         Q2       Q3        Q4

(1)Administrators & Teachers will  attend appropriate professional development  in order to comply with §504 regulations.

Students Identified under §504

 A,P,T

 Compliance of §504

 

Local Funds

 ▲

 ▲

 ▲

Objective 1:   The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4B Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level by providing quality Professional Staff Development.

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal          

Actions/Tasks

Advanced Academic Services (B)

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2        Q3        Q4

(1)Attend staff development in the area of Nature and Needs and Service Options for GT students.

GT Ss

 P/A/T

Sign-in sheets/Agendas

Teacher self-assessments related to Technology

Title I/Local

(2) Assign new teachers to attend the initial 30 clock-hour professional development in GT education  

GT Ss

 Adv. Acad. Services Coord.

T/P

Teacher certificates;

 Increase the # of GT students achieving masters level performance in identified foundation curricular areas

        

Title I/Local

 (3)Assign experienced teachers to attend a minimum of 6 hours annually of professional development in gifted/talented.

GT Ss

 P, T, AP/GT  designee

Teacher certificates; Increase the # of GT students achieving masters level performance in identified foundation curricular areas        

Title I/Local

Objective 1:   The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4B Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level by providing quality Professional Staff Development.

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal          

Actions/Tasks

Advanced Academic Services (B)

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2        Q3        Q4

(4)New administrators /counselors will attend 6 hours of staff development on nature and needs of GT students and program options  

GT Ss

P, T, AP/GT  designee

Increase GT students’ performance on STAAR 5% Masters level performance

Title I/Local

(5)Teachers will attend Pre-AP/AP training opportunities for teachers.  Current Pre AP/AP teachers from each secondary campus are assigned by the campus principal on a yearly basis to attend APSI trainings( Teachers are eligible to attend every other year and must be assigned to the Pre AP / AP course s/he was trained in order to receive reimbursement. 6  hour GT update for counselors and administrators

AS

P, T, AP/GT  designee

Increase # of AP courses

by 5%

• Certificates

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4C Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level by providing quality Professional Staff Development.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal          

Actions/Tasks

ESL (C)

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2      Q3          Q4

Administrators and Teachers will attend professional development to improve the knowledge and instruction; effective instructional practices/program requirements

  1. Secondary administrators
  • SIOP Classroom Observation and Feedback
  • SIOP for administrators
  • LPAC Training
  • Linguistic Plan for ELLs
  • ELL accountability System
  • TELPAS-ELPS

EL

Principal

Administrators

Agendas

Sign-ins

PDS Certificates

Title III

State Bilingual

Program Manual

SIOP Books

ELPS Tool Kit

EL PM Plans

Instructional Guides

LPAC Binders

LPAC Manuals

  1. Secondary Teachers
  • SIOP training
  • SIOP Refresher training
  • SIOP Coach’s meetings
  • SIOP Component Enrichment
  • Linguistic Plan for ELLs
  • Addressing the needs of ELLs
  • TELPAS-ELPS
  • LAS Links
  • Non Linguistic Representation for ELs
  • Language & Literacy in the classroom
  • ELPS
  • LPAC Training

ELs

Principal

Teachers

Agendas

Sign-ins

PDS Certificates

Teacher Manuals

SIOP Books

ELPS Tool Kit

Linguistic Plans

Instructional Guides

LPAC Binders

LPAC Manuals

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4D Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level by providing quality Professional Staff Development.

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal          

Actions/Tasks

Admissions & Records (D)

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1          Q2       Q3          Q4

(1)*Ensure appropriate staff attend Training on the McKinney-Vento Act

AS

P/A/S

Identify students facing homeless situations.

Increase student attendance

Local

(2)Ensure campus secretary attends training on the yearly records retention process as per the Texas Records Control Schedule.

AS

P/S

Accurate record keeping Compliance with the Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4E Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level by providing quality Professional Staff Development.

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal          

Actions/Tasks

Instructional Resource & Tech.(E)

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1          Q2       Q3          Q4

(1)*Provide training to campus staff on the implementation and use of the online Technology Inventory program and software (Hayes Software Solutions) to keep up-to-date campus inventory.

AS

   P/A/T

Professional Development certificates, lesson plans, and walkthroughs

Local Funds

(2)*Provide TESA (Teacher Expectations & Student Achievement) training to first year teachers to impact student achievement.

AS

A

Lesson Plans, Walk throughs, Increased lesson delivery effectiveness, increased student achievement

Federal Funds

(3)*Attend & implement training and utilize supplies for the intentional implementation of the Hour of Code

A

P/A/T

Improved student achievement; campus plans-coding activities

Local / Federal

Funds

Staff Development

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement student support services that address the total well-being of each student

Goal 1.4F Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance of Special Education students at or beyond grade level

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Special Ed. (F)

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1       Q2        Q3       Q4

(1)*Ensure inclusion teacher/s and assistant/s attend district reading training

SPED

P, A, T, S

Agendas / Sign Ins

Spec. Ed. Funds

Reg SP Ed 192

224 IDEA B

(2)*Ensure appropriate staff attend training on Implementation of student’s individual educational plans;  accommodations, updating IEP’s and progress reports, BIPs schedule of services, and PLAAFP’s.

SPED

P, A, T, S

Agendas/ Sign Ins

Compliance with Federal, State, and Local Guidelines

Spec. Ed. Funds

Reg SP Ed 192

224 IDEA B

(3)*Provide teachers with an opportunity to attend training on the following topics:

-Autism

-Auditory Impairment

-Behavior Management

-Crisis Prevention

Intervention

-Classroom Management

-CPR

-ADD/ADHD

-Emotional Disturbance

SPED

P,A,T, S

Agendas/ Sign Ins

Compliance with Federal, State, and Local Guidelines

Spec. Ed. Funds

Reg SP Ed 192

224 IDEA B

Staff Development

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4 G Improve, sustains, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Response to Intervention (RtI).

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  _        

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

(1) Attend professional staff development in order to comply with RtI regulations.

Students Identified as requiring

Interventions

Principal

Admin

Teachers

 Compliance of RtI

State, Federal, Local Funds

 ▲

 ▲

 ▲

(2) Utilize resources/ general supplies needed to implement appropriate professional development  to comply with RtI regulations.

Students Identified as requiring

Interventions

Principal

Admin

Teachers

 Compliance of RtI

State, Federal, Local Funds

 ▲

 ▲

 ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4 H Improve, sustains, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Language Arts

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  _        

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation

Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1            Q2      Q3          Q4

(1)*Ensure teachers attend staff development and instructional resources based on campus needs & data (9-12)

AS

Principal

Admin

Teachers

Increase Student Achievement

Title I

State Comp

 ▲

 ▲

 ▲

(2) *Utilize instructional support, staff development, program upgrades, and resources to ensure effective implementation of district initiatives (9-12).

AS

Principal

Admin

Teachers

Increase Student Achievement

Title I

State Comp

 ▲

 ▲

 ▲

(3)*Monitor data reports in order to make instructional recommendations and plan staff development.

AS

Principal

Admin

Teachers

Increase Student Achievement

0

 ▲

 ▲

 ▲

Staff Development

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4 I Improve, sustains, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Science

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1          Q2       Q3       Q4

(1)*Attend different Science Conferences such as RGVSA, CAST, Region I, and ISTE to receive curriculum updates and on TSI

 AS

P, A, T

Increased Student Achievement

Title I/ State Comp/ Local

 ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4 J Improve, sustains, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Social Studies.

Focus:  Process alignment or student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

  Q1          Q2       Q3       Q4

(1)*Ensure appropriate staff attend professional growth opportunities that integrate use of materials, technology, equipment, and TEKS targeted instructional focus.

 AS

P, A, T

> 90% of students meeting Level II Recommended passing standards on US History End of Course Assessment

State Comp

 ▲

(2)*Ensure appropriate staff attend staff development initiatives including:

US History EOC sessions to fulfill Goal 1.1D

  • Process Skills
  • Primary & Secondary Sources

(Reading & Writing)

  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Integrating ELA and Social Studies
  • Social Studies DBQ’s
  • Support Pre AP and AP teachers with any materials needed to improve AP participation and higher AP passing rate
  • Effectively Implement SIOP in Social Studies Classrooms
  • Support all Learners
  • Designated supports for eligible students        

AS

P, A, T

> 90% of students meeting Level II Recommended passing standards on US History End of Course Assessment

State Comp

Title I

 ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4 K Improve, sustains, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Career and Technical Education

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Special Ed. (K)

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

 Q1    Q2      Q3      Q4

(1)*Ensure counselor attends training on RGV LEAD Scholars.

All CTE Students

Principal

Counselor

Agendas and Sign In Rosters; Increased Numbers of RGV LEAD Scholars

N/A

(2)*Ensure staff utilize resources for professional development.

All CTE Students

Principal

Admin

Teachers

Counselor

Employee Travel forms and Agendas

244 Perkins

152 Local

*(12)Behavior Intervention Strategies Training (PBMAS Indicator #18 Discretionary Placement to ISS and OSS)

SPED

Principal

Counselor

Agendas/Sign-ins

Compliance with Federal, State and Local

Guidelines

Local Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4L Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Health/P.E.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1           Q2       Q3        Q4

(1)Designated staff will attend appropriate professional development to improve the quality of instruction for Health and P. E.

AS

P, A, T

Lesson Plans

Classroom Instruction

Observations

Assessments

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4M Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Migrant.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1           Q2       Q3        Q4

(1)Designated staff will attend appropriate professional development to improve the quality of instruction for Migrant students.

Migrant

P, A, T

Agendas & Sign Ins

Title I, Part C

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4N Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Secondary Education.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1           Q2       Q3        Q4

(1)Designated staff will attend appropriate professional development to enhance Leadership Skills to improve student achievement:

  • Mileage
  • Out of District Travel
  • Registration Fees
  • Region I Service Center
  • Food                

All Students

P, A, T

Increase Student Achievement

Title I

Goal 1: The campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4P Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in §504.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

  • (1) Coordinator will attend professional development trainings/session and conduct periodic reviews to monitor and support the fidelity of implementation of section 504.

Students identified under §504;

Students Identified with Dyslexia; Students receiving GEH services

A,P,T

Compliance of §504

State, Federal, Local Funds

$ 4,750.00

Goal 1: The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4Q Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Federal & State Programs.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

  • (1) Implement a summer staff development program based on staff needs and focused on the academic improvement of students.

 AS

AS, P, T, SS, SP, A, C, CTE

- Increased Student Academic Achievement

- Reduced Drop Out Rate

Title I Part A

State Comp. Edu.

($230,000)

 

 

 ▲

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4R Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in Curriculum & Evaluation.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1           Q2       Q3        Q4

(1)*Ensure campus testing coordinator atteends training to use Collaborative Assessment Protocol to plan for interventions based on six weeks, benchmark and state assessment data.

All Students

P, A

Improve quality of interventions & reteaching.

Title I

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4T Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in College & Career Readiness.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

 (Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

Q1           Q2       Q3        Q4

(1)*Attend administrator & counselor training on topics to include:

  • AVID Strategies
  • ACT
  • TSI

All Students

P, A, T (AVID)

Agenda, Sign - Ins, Increase College & Career Readiness going rates

Title I

Local

(2) Provide training in the areas of college and career readiness by attending workshops and college updates on financial aid and the college application process also to include career expos and workforce presentations.

  • Mileage
  • Registration Fees
  • Out-of-district/In-district travel

9th-12th

Principal,

Counselor,

AVID teachers,

College Readiness Clerk

Increase college and career readiness going rates

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4U Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Student Handbook.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

*(1) Campus Behavior Coordinators (CBC) will attend on-going monthly training for PBIS Modules.

AS

A

Improve student achievement and data quality

Local

*(2) Campus Behavior Coordinator (CBC) will provide staff development for teachers on improving the learning environment with PBIS Modules 1-8 through campus Professional Learning Communities.

AS

A/P

Improve student achievement  

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4V Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Guidance & Counseling Services.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

*(1) Campus Counselor will deliver staff development to include:

  • Role of the counselor
  • Counseling Procedures
  • Child Protective Services
  • Suicide Prevention (Jason Foundation)
  • Alcohol, Drug, & Violence Prevention
  • Character Education
  • Graduation Plans and Requirements

AS

P, A,

Campus Counselor

Increase student achievement

Increase graduation rate

Decrease discipline referrals

Local

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4W Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Student Attendance.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(1)*Develop and implement a campus attendance improvement plan and train support staff to assist in executing the plan.

AS

P, A,

Attendance Clerk, Teachers

Increase student attendance

Local

(2)* Attend training on and utilize the district “taking charge” form

AS

AR - absenteeism

P, A, T

Increase student attendance

Local

(3)*Collaborate with Office of Student Services to provide training for parents on attendance requirements

AS

P, A, SP

Increase student attendance

Local

(4) Conduct “Good Life” celebrations for perfect attendance

  • Food
  • Incentives
  • Transportation for field trips
  • Recognition Awards

AS

Principal

Increase student attendance

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4X Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Reduction of Dropouts.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(1)*Ensure appropriate staff attend district training on leavers, Appendix D and the use of appropriate withdrawal codes.

AS

P, A, SP

Attendance Clerk, Teachers

Decrease dropout rate

Improve graduation rate

State Comp

Local Funds

(2) Train all staff on different school options for students, including Academies (West/North), College and Career Center and Texas Virtual Online Classes as options to dropping out for students.

AS

All Staff

Decrease dropout rate

Improve graduation rate

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4Y Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Safe School Environment.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(1)*Ensure appropriate staff members attend emergency operation Team training with NIMS 700, NIMS 800, and ICS 100, 200, 300, 400.  Provide training to safety sensitive positions.

AS

P/ A/ SP

Student feedback forms

Faculty, student surveys

Increase student safety

Local

(2)* Ensure campus trains, practices and reviews emergency plan with all staff on a monthly basis.

AS

P/A/T/SP

Recommended plan of action

Increased student safety

Local

(3)*Train and conduct Tertiary Safety and Security audit required by TEA

AS

P/A/SP/ Campus Sergt.

Attendance rosters,

individual certificates of attendance, and report filed

Local

(4) Ensure campus sends a representative to District Safety Meetings to train campus staff on all district safety procedures and protocols.

AS

Administrator

Sign-In, Agendas, Safety checklists, Incident Reports

Staff Development

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4Z Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Health Related Services.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(1)*Assure that all staff is trained to recognize all minor and severe allergies and be able to respond to the emergency situation (through monthly staff meetings/ inservice days)

AS

P/A/SP/SN/C

Reduce the risk of accidental exposure to allergen in the school setting and provide a safe educational environment for all students.

Local Funds

MAC Funds

(2)* Assure that all staff is trained on SB 460 Mental Health Training for Educators.

AS

P/A/SN/C

Mental Health Awareness will help create a stronger support system for students and increase student safety.

Local Funds

MAC Funds

Staff Development

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4AA Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Admissions & Records.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(1) Attend training on the District Student Permanent Record Guidelines.

AS

       A

Accurate record keeping

Consistency among all campuses

0.00

(2) Attend training on the Texas Records Exchange System (TREx).

AS

A

Ensure compliance with

TEA

Facilitate the proper placement of students

Sign-in sheets

0.00

(3)Attend training on the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act.

AS

A,P,SP

Identify students facing homeless situations

Increase student attendance

Sign-In sheets

0.00

Staff Development

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4BB Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Parental Involvement.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(1) *Participate in district/ district recommended quality professional development activities and meeting to enhance leadership skills to improve Families and Students achievement.

  • Mileage
  • Out of District travel
  • Registration Fees
  • Consultant Fees
  • Region I Service Center
  • STC-ESL & GED classes
  • PAC/DAC will be invited to attend conferences
  • Provide lunch during all day meeting or training session to improve staff morale and support focus on task

AS

     P/  A/ SP/

Meeting Agendas

Sign-In rosters

Evaluations

Increase FACE

Student Achievement

Federal Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4CC Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Human Resources.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(1) *Mentor Teachers will attend 12 hour TXBESS Training and receive materials

AS

P/A/ T

Increase student achievement

Local Funds

Scaffolded Solutions training binder,

(2)*Ensure appropriate staff attend training in multiple professional development:

  • Employee Handbook
  • TTESS
  • Prevention of Sexual Harassment
  • Policy Updates                

AE

P/A

Increase employee relations

Local Funds

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4DD Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Administration and Finance Resources Supporting Instruction.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(1)All pertinent staff to attend required district training to ensure compliance with policies and procedures in administration and finance.

N/A

P/A

Sign In sheets

Compliance

N/A

Goal 1:  The Campus will implement a rigorous curriculum and instruction program that supports sustained growth in student achievement.

Goal 1.4EE Improve, sustain, and support academic student performance at or beyond grade level in

Leadership Opportunities.

Focus:  Process alignment for student results

Owner:Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

      Q1       Q2         Q3        Q4

(1)*Attend on-going job embedded professional development

  • Leadership Academy
  • Principal Meetings
  • Directors’ Meetings
  • Classroom Observations
  • Other trainings        

AS

P/A

Increase student academic success/

Increase completion rate/

Increase graduation rate

Title I

Local

Title II, Part A

(2) Utilize Organizational Health data to set goals for organizational improvement

AS

P/A

Increase student achievement

Title II, Part A

Goal 2:   The Campus will implement student support services that address the total well-being of each student.

Goal 2.1  The Campus will implement the Student Code of Conduct, Student/Parent Handbook, and Continuous Improvement Plan.

Focus:  Decrease student discipline referrals to increase academic achievement and improve data quality.

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

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* (1) Conduct staff and parent training on Student Code of Conduct, Student/Parent Handbook, and Student Behavior Expectations

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*(2). Review the 425 Record for discipline every 6 weeks with a focus on reason and action codes for quality data validation.

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*(3)Train campus staff on PBIS Program. Monitor implementation on campus.

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*(4) Train parents on PBIS.

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*(5) Utilize district resources for Substance Abuse Counselors for identified students.

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*(6)Document Reported Bullying cases on Office of Civil Rights (OCR) report.  Include all data elements required.

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(7) Monitor students electronic/hard copy distribution of Student Code of Conduct and Student Handbook to parents.

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(8) Monitor student discipline data for In-School Suspensions, Out of School Suspensions and DAEP placements for Data Validation Monitoring (DVM) Discipline and Results Driven Accountability (RDA-SPED).

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(9) *Decrease out of school suspensions for discretionary reasons.

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(10) *Post CBC Information on district and school website.

Goal 2:   The Campus will implement student support services that address the total well-being of each student.

Goal 2.2 Guidance & Counseling Services

Focus:  District counselors, through the implementation of a comprehensive G&C program, will improve a student’s academic achievement, career, personal and social development.

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

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(1) *◊∆  Campus Counselor will implement and deliver for all students a comprehensive Guidance & Counseling Program to include:

  • Guidance Curriculum
  • Responsive Services
  • Individual Planning
  • System Support

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(2)  *◊∆  Campus Counselor will deliver to all students TEA mandated lessons to include:

  • Sexual Harassment
  • Suicide Prevention (Jason Foundation)
  • Alcohol, Drug & Violence Prevention
  • Character Education
  • The Importance of higher education
  • College Admissions Exams
  • Graduation Requirements
  • Career Choices
  • Financial Aid / Scholarships

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(3) * ◊∆ Campus Counselor will meet the mandates of HB5:

HB5 requires counselor to advise students and parents sof the importance of postsecondary education.

HB5 requires the counselor at the high school level to advise students during the first year of enrollment in high school, and each year thereafter, a school  counselor must provide information related to the importance of a postsecondary education and the advantages of earning an endorsement, a performance acknowledgement, and a distinguished level of achievement.

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Goal 2:   The Campus will implement student support services that address the total well-being of each student.

Goal 2.2 Guidance & Counseling Services

Focus:  District counselors, through the implementation of a comprehensive G&C program, will improve a student’s academic achievement, career, personal and social development.

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

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(4)*◊Campus Counselor will implement Behavior RtI.

 RtI Behavior will include 1% of campus enrollment at all times during the year.

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(5)*Campus Counselor will

implement group counseling using

Rainbow Days Curriculum

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(6)* ◊∆ Campus Counselor will log all Responsive and Individual student services.  Counseling clerk will input to Skyweb. Use G&C “Guidance Lesson” Protocol

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(7)*Campus Counselor will document the delivery of Guidance Lessons (Monthly Summary Reports) and keep appropriate documentations in their individual “Guidance Lesson” Binder.

Use G&C “Guidance Lesson” Protocol

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Goal 2:   The Campus will implement student support services that address the total well-being of each student.

Goal 2.2 Guidance & Counseling Services

Focus:  District counselors, through the implementation of a comprehensive G&C program, will improve a student’s academic achievement, career, personal and social development.

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal  

Actions/Tasks

Students

Responsible Person

Measures of Success

(Formative/Summative Evaluation Criteria)

Resource Allocation

Source

Amount

Scheduled Dates for Action

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(8)*◊Campus Counselor will assist all students who express suicidal/ homicidal ideations/ outcries.

**Lethality (Student Crisis) Plan Protocol.

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(9)*◊Campus Counselor will assist all students who are in “abuse” situations.

**(CPS) Child Protective Services Protocol

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(10)* ◊Campus Counselor will abide by the ASCA Ethical Standards for School Counselors.

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(11)* ◊∆ Counselor will develop (as needed) and review yearly the student graduation plan (for all students). to include the selection of endorsement and student/parent signature.

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(12)*◊Campus Counselor will provide each student, at the time the student first registers for one or more classes required for high school graduation, with an explanation of Automatic College Admission.

TAC 6.1201 requires high school counselors provide eligible students with written notification of eligibility  for automatic college admission under the Uniform Admission Policy.  No later than the 14th day after the last day of classes for the Fall Semester.

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(13)*Campus Counselor will ensure all graduating students complete:

  • Apply Texas
  • FAFSA and/or TAFSA
  • Scholarships

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(14) High School Counselor will ensure all graduating students participate in Gen Tx Decision Day Event:

  • Food
  • Incentives

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Goal 2:   The Campus will implement student support    services that address the total well-being of each student.

Goal 2.3         Increase student attendance.

Focus:  Increase student attendance to enhance academic achievement.

Owner:  Le-Ann Alaniz-Herrera, Principal

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Resource Allocation

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Scheduled Dates for Action

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(1.) SBDM will read & study Hanover Research “Attendance Improvement Initiatives in K-12 Education” to find ways to improve attendance.

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(2.) *Review and implement District Attendance Guidelines with appropriate personnel.

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(3.) *Consistently enforce attendance policy

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(4.)*Monitor & ensure attendance  is posted by designated time.

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(5)*Assist, monitor , and implement Optional Flexible School Day Program

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(6)Provide 3 week incentives to students with perfect attendance

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