2013-2014 Action Plan

Kaler 2013 – 2014 Action Plan as of October 22, 2013


Rigor


Action Steps

Time Line

Resources

Measurement

Learning

Teachers will use MAP data and student work at RTI meetings, grade level meetings, and IEP meetings

BLT members will read the book Simplifying Response to Intervention and update our RTI process

Weekly


  
 






Beginning in August 2013 completed by June 2014
  • MAP training

  • Protocols for running data driven meetings



Simplifying Response to Intervention book.


Time at BLT meetings to do the work.

RTI paperwork for individual students

RTI summary documents



  

Updated paperwork and process for working RTI at Kaler.

Teaching

Teachers will create/refine at least three PBLs each year.


Teachers will use a variety of PBL protocols (critical friend protocols, fish bowl, etc.) at staff meetings during the development and after the completion of the creation of PBL units.


50% of teachers will participate in the lesson study format during the school year


Special educators will analyze data from NECAP and Maps to find patterns and develop strategies to increase students with IEPs meeting standard

Throughout year





Monthly


  






Throughout year






Once all staff hired

PBL workbooks/trainings





   BIEs PBL protocols


Angela Marzilli's facilitation to ensure fide



Lesson Study teachers




  
Release time, Kat Cox, Diane Lang

Copies of PBL units and the “used” protocols







  



Plans and protocols from the lesson studies.





Summary of data analysis and suggestions for improvement

Schools

Include in all staff evaluations a component of PBL implementation


BLT will actively continue the renewal process and keep the mission and work moving forward

Throughout the year at staff evaluation conferences


Bimonthly meetings



  


Grant money to pay or offer PLC credit

PGP with components of PBL


  
 

Minutes; success of our School SMART goals.

Community

Hold two PBL community nights

Winter and Spring

Grant money for stipends to pay for facilitators

Feedback sheets and sign-in sheets from nights


Relevance


Action Steps

Time Line

Resources

Measurement

Learning

Classrooms create their own SMART goals.

After the parent/student/teacher conferences

Excepts from the book, More Than A Smart Goal

List of all classes SMART goal.

Teaching

Offer PBL yearly training to all staff both PBL 101 and 201

Fall of 2013 and Summer of 2014

Angela Marzilli

List of staff attending trainings.

Schools





Community






Relationships


Action Steps

Time Line

Resources

Measurement

Learning





Teaching

All staff will use identified components of RC with fidelity

All year

RC library

RC Learning Walk protocols

Schools

Hold a Kaler PLC on Responsive Classroom


Train all staff in using the social curriculum (Second Steps and Zones of Regulation)

Monthly Meetings



  
September 2013

PLC facilitator

RC resources from the summer


Second Step and Zones for all teachers.


Time to complete during staff meetings/PLC

Documentation of staff involved in PLC


Behaivor data: looking for fewer office referrals



Community

Request/seek out mentors for our breakfast programs


Kaler staff attend the CPPC monthly meetings to build connections and gain resources for students and families


Continue with summer free lunch program

Offer adult education classes (parenting, taxe perp) for parents at Kaler


Parent Compact will beginning a breathing and living document


Hold 8 library nights to enrich both students and parents

Opening letter and continued requests throughout year



Beginning with the September meeting


  




June 2014 – August 2014


  

Winter 2014





Fall 2013



  

September 2013

Jane and Molly



  

Marie Allen


  





Martha Spencer



  

David Brenner



  

BLT and PTA



  

$ to pay staff/release time/differentiated time

# of community volunteers by the end of the year; data on attendance


# of meetings Kaler staff attend and the number of families brought up at meetings


 

In increase from the 10 – 15 local families accessing this program


Adult education brochure and offerings





  


Attendance records/ brochures


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