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FHES SIP Revision 2012-2013 Friday Harbor Elementary envisions a school of excellence that:  Instills a love of learning in all students.  Nurtures creativity, imagination and

personal responsibility in all children.  Encourages empathy and a collaborative spirit.  Provides each individual with skills and knowledge to succeed in school and in life.


MSP Comparison 2011 to 2012 MSP School wide Overall 2010-2011 2011-2012 708.4 781.12 10.3%ď‚­


MSP Comparison 2011 to 2012 Reading Percentages 2010-2011 2011-2012 85.5 3rd 85.7  .2 83.6 4th 72.6 11.0 65.5 5th 85.0 19.5 76.4 6th 82.7 6.3 77.7 Average 81.5  3.8%


Reading

3rd

4th

5th

6th

State

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

80 82.8 86.5 85.2 85.2 85.5 85.7

89 77.2 74.6 79.7 88.9 83.6 72.6

75.8 83.8 86.9 84.1 84.2 65.5 85

75.5 69.2 79.1 79.4 75 76.4 82.7

68.3 70.9 70.7 71.4 72.1 73.1 68.8


Reading

3rd

4th

5th

6th

State

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

80 82.8 86.5 85.2 85.2 85.5 85.7

89 77.2 74.6 79.7 88.9 83.6 72.6

75.8 83.8 86.9 84.1 84.2 65.5 85

75.5 69.2 79.1 79.4 75 76.4 82.7

68.3 70.9 70.7 71.4 72.1 73.1 68.8


MSP Comparison 2011 to 2012 Math Percentages 2010-2011 2011-2012 72.1 3rd 80.4 8.3 62.3 4th 80.6 18.3 65.5 5th 75.0 9.5 68.5 6th 63.5 5.0 67.1 Average 74.97.8%


Math

3rd

4th

5th

6th

State

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

67.3 76.6 82.7 72.1 73.8 72.1 80.4

78.1 49.1 58.2 59.3 66.7 62.3 78.5

59.7 69.4 70.4 77.8 54.4 65.5 75

52.8 63.6 58.2 62.9 67.2 68.5 63.5

64.2 69.6 68.6 66.3 61.8 61.6 65.3


Math

3rd

4th

5th

6th

State

2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

67.3 76.6 82.7 72.1 73.8 72.1 80.4

78.1 49.1 58.2 59.3 66.7 62.3 78.5

59.7 69.4 70.4 77.8 54.4 65.5 75

52.8 63.6 58.2 62.9 67.2 68.5 63.5

64.2 69.6 68.6 66.3 61.8 61.6 65.3


MSP Cohort Comparison 11 to 12 Class of 2020 Last year’s 4th Grade – this year’s 5th Grade 2010-2011

2011-2012

85.5

Reading

72.6 12.9%

72.1

Math

80.6 8.5%


MSP Cohort Comparison 11 to 12 Class of 2019 Last year’s 5th Grade – this year’s 6th grade 2010-2011

2011-2012

83.6

Reading

85.0  1.4%

62.3

Math

75.0 12.7%


MSP Comparison 2011 to 2012 Writing Percentages 2010-2011 2011-2012 72.1 4th 79.0 ď‚­6.9% Science Percentages 2010-2011 2011-2012 56.9 5th 76.7 ď‚­19.8%


Supportive Learning Environment Office Referrals 2011-2012 2012-2013 297 154 47% Attendance 2010 -2011 2011-2012 0.4% 0.2% 0.2


SIP Committee Work O Committees worked all year on their action

O O O

O O

steps Asked to look over data from last year make goal adjustments if needed Action Steps accomplished Action Steps to do Add on any new actions steps needed


SIP Reading Goal An average of 82.8% of our students met Our standard on the state reading assessment in Reality: 2011-2012. The average percentage of students in grades 3 Our through 6 meeting standard on the state reading SMART assessment will increase from 78% in 2012 to Goal: 83% by 2015.


Reading O Action Steps Accomplished: O Common Core Training in Language Arts

O Evaluation of Tier 2-3 Interventions O Use of assessments to identify Tier 2-3

students O After School Study Club (ASSC) O One on One Tutoring program O Care Team Interventions


Reading O Action Steps To Do: O Common Core Alignment to curriculum O UWCEL and continued CCS training to

enhance current practices in comprehension and analysis skills O Evaluation of primary assessment matrix O Sheltered Instructional Observation Protocol (SIOP) Training O Research Interventions for Tier 2-3 students


SIP Math Goal An average of 74.9% of our students met Our standard on the state math assessment in 2011Reality: 2012. The average percentage of students in grades 3 Our through 6 meeting standard on the state math SMART assessment will increase from 66% in 2012 to 70% Goal: by 2015.


Math O Action Steps Accomplished: O Staff recommendations for teaching to the

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O O O

integrity of Everyday Math (EDM) Common Core Training in Math First Steps Training in Measurement and Fractions Evaluation of current assessment matrix Continuation of Math Specialist Math Club, ASSC, Tutoring, IXL and Xtra math Grade Level Math Nights for parents


Math O Action Steps To Do: O Common Core Alignment to curriculum O UWCEL and continued CCS to enhance

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current practices in Number Sense, Problem Solving, Measurement, and Time & Money Progress monitoring of math concepts Research interventions for Tier 2-3 students Training for Math Specialist March into Math Month


SIP SLE Goal According to survey done in 2011-12 school year, Our 70% of the students, staff, and parents feel that Reality: FHES has a supportive student learning environment. To maintain a supportive student learning environment for students, our staff will increase Our the average supportive learning environment SMART score to 80% by the 2015 school year as Goal: measured by the students, staff, and parent surveys.


Supportive Learning Environment O Action Steps Accomplished: O Implementation of Positive Behavior Supports and

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Interventions (PBIS) Matrix Tracking of Office Referrals in Skyward Clarity around and teaching of school-wide expectations Implementation of Kelso’s Choices and The Leader in Me Positive Behavior supports and recognition of students, staff and volunteers Use of assessment data to identify Tier 2-3 behavior students Right Response Training of staff


Supportive Learning Environment O Action Steps To Do: O Professional development around PBIS, Kelso’s O O O O

choices, the Leader in Me, and other programs Comprehensive Scope and Sequence to teach our programs with fidelity Assessment for grades 4-6 to target Tier 2 and 3 students More frequent tracking system for Tier 2 and 3 students Another survey in year 2014


SIP Presentation 12-13