SIP Plan of Action- Improve School Attendance
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OUTCOMES ACTIVITIES RESOURCES/ RESEARCH TOOLS NEEDED RESPONSIBILITY TO ADDRESS ACTIVITIES TIME LINE BENCHMARKS/ASSESSMENTSRevisions to SIP/PIP based on monitoring and assessments
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Increase student attendance on our campus. There will be six week incentives for perfect attendance. Grade levels will compete for a “6th Period Party”, one hour of free time/open gym, snacks, and socializing at the end of each six weeks. Students that do not win, but had perfect attendance will be rewarded with an ice-cream coupon that they can use at lunch time. “Perfect Attendance Bingo” will be advertised during the fourth six weeks. Students that have perfect attendance this six weeks will be able to participate in a bingo game during their 5th period class and enjoy popcorn and prizes. At the end of the year, students with perfect attendance will receive a special certificate and a small prize that will be hand delivered by the Prize Patrol, our administrators themselves. Awards will be given publicly, as to motivate other student participation. School announcements are televised. Perfect attendance program/incentive will be advertised and promoted with a commercial/movie trailer on our daily announcements, Cub News.PEIMS/Attendance clerk on campus

Professional interviews:

Cherie Wagoner: Principal- Vitosky Elementary (Title I), M.I.S.D.

Jean Embry: Principal- Irvin Elementary (Title I), M.I.S.D.

Campus Administrators- Dee Arterburn (Site Supervisory), Coy Tipton, and Natalie Dennington

Technology- Ann Witherspoon

Literature, including books, blogs, and articles
Dee Arterburn- Principal, Site Supervisor & Natalie Dennington- Assistant PrincipalJanuary 2012- May 2012Data will be analyzed every six weeks to monitor progress.Revisions will be made by the administrators and the Site-Based Decision Making Committee at the end of the second semester. (May 2012)
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Develop an incentive plan that will motivate and get students excited to come to school and that all staff will promote and support.Work closely with administrators to brainstorm creative, and affordable incentives that each grade level will compete for.

Interview principals that lead campuses with a high percentage of students that come from low income families; that also have high attendance rates.

Create exciting and creative commercials to air on campus televised morning announcements, Cub News.
PEIMS/Attendance clerk on campusProfessional interviews:Cherie Wagoner: Principal- Vitosky Elementary (Title I), M.I.S.D.Jean Embry: Principal- Irvin Elementary (Title I), M.I.S.D.Campus Administrators- Dee Arterburn (Site Supervisory), Coy Tipton, and Natalie DenningtonTechnology- Ann WitherspoonLiterature, including books, blogs, and articles
Dee Arterburn- Principal, Site Supervisor & Natalie Dennington- Assistant PrincipalJanuary 2012- May 2012Data will be analyzed every six weeks to monitor progress.Revisions will be made by the administrators and the Site-Based Decision Making Committee at the end of the second semester. (May 2012)
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Learn what motivates students in low income families to attend school daily.Analyze campus data (attendance), focusing on “economically disadvantaged” students, to determine why students miss school and observe students reactions during “Perfect Attendance” award advertising. PEIMS/Attendance clerk on campusProfessional interviews:Cherie Wagoner: Principal- Vitosky Elementary (Title I), M.I.S.D.Jean Embry: Principal- Irvin Elementary (Title I), M.I.S.D.Campus Administrators- Dee Arterburn (Site Supervisory), Coy Tipton, and Natalie DenningtonTechnology- Ann WitherspoonLiterature, including books, blogs, and articles
Dee Arterburn- Principal, Site SupervisorJanuary 2012- May 2012Data will be analyzed every six weeks to monitor progress.Revisions will be made by the administrators and the Site-Based Decision Making Committee at the end of the second semester. (May 2012)
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January 2012- May 2012Data will be analyzed every six weeks to monitor progress.Revisions will be made by the administrators and the Site-Based Decision Making Committee at the end of the second semester. (May 2012)
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