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Oakview ES

3rd Quarterly
Review
April 18, 2018

SIP OWL PLAN


OAKVIEW in an Owl Pellet!
2016-2017

Performance Composite EOG

Oakview 77
Wake Co. 68
OAKVIEW in an Owl Pellet!
2016-2017

Performance Proficient EOG

Oakview Reading 75 Oakview Math 77 Oakview Science 82

Wake Reading 66 Wake Math 68 Wake Science 73


OAKVIEW In an Owl Pellet!

3-5 Percent Proficient by Subgroup 16-17 EOG

Reading: SWD 32%, Black 56%

Math: SWD 48%, Black 51%

Science: Black 70%


O: 17-18 Number Knowledge Test (K-2)
Grade Level # of intensive BOY # of intensive MOY # of intensive EOY

Kindergarten 11 6

First 10 15

Second 17 22

Window Opens for EOY May 16, 2018.

These students received interventions 3 times a week for 15-20 minutes


Progress monitored in Jan. and again in April. Subgroups
O: 17-18 RTA and Transition Students
Read To Achieve BOY MOY EOY

Exempt 58 82

Non Exempt 70 49

Transition Students (Grade 4 only)

3 students remain in 4th grade with a reading retention label


O: 17-18 RTA and Transition Students
Third Grade (48 students) Read to Achieve Levels

17 Level O

16 Level N

5 Level L

2 Level k

4 Level M
Read To Achieve Data
3 Level J

1 Level H
O: PM Fidelity for MOY-EOY

DIBELS Next

TRC
O: PM TRC Data for Black Students

Intensive Students # of # Shown Strategic # of # Shown


Students Growth Students Students Growth

Kindergarten 1 0 Kindergarten 10 7

First 6 4 First 4 2

Second 4 3 Second 5 4

Third 6 4 Third 2 1
mClass
Correlation Table
O: 17-18 NC Check Ins 4th Math
Areas Assessed 4th Grade Results 4th Grade Results 4th Grade Results
Check in 1 Check in 2 Check in 3
(School Percent Correct) (School Percent Correct) (School Percent Correct)

4th Grade 57% 60% 65%


Avg. Percent Correct

Number of Operations 63% 55% n/a


Based 10

Operations and Algebraic 47% 67% n/a


Thinking

Geometry n/a 59% 57%

Measurement and Data n/a 62% 56%

Number & Operations n/a 58% 70%


Fractions
O: 17-18 NC Check Ins 4th Math
Subgr NC Check Ins 1 NC Check Ins 2 NC Check Ins 3
oups Percent Proficient Percent Proficient Percent Proficient

SWD 0 out of 13 1 out of 13 1 out of 13


Scored 75% or higher Scored 75% or higher Scored 75% or higher

Black 4 out of 19 4 out of 19 5 out of 19


Scored 75% or higher Scored 75% or higher Scored 75% or higher
O: 17-18 NC Check Ins 5th ELA
Areas 5th Grade Results 5th Grade Results 5th Grade Results
Check in 1 Check in 2 Check in 3
Assessed (Percent Correct) (Percent Correct) (Percent Correct)

Total Score 82% 76.4% 68%

Language 84% 84% 70%

Reading for 82% 71% 69%


Literature

Reading for 79% 75% 65%


Information
O: 17-18 NC Check Ins 5th ELA Subgroups
Subgroups NC Check Ins 1 NC Check Ins 2 NC Check Ins 3
Percent Proficient Percent Proficient Percent Proficient

SWD 5 out of 9 75% or higher (56%) 2 out of 9 75% or higher (22%) 2 out of 9 75% or higher (22%)
(4th Grade 16-17 EOG 30%) (4th Grade 16-17 EOG 30%) (4th Grade 16-17 EOG 30%)

Black 7 out of 11 75% or higher (64%) 6 out of 13 75% or higher (46%) 2 out of 14 75% or higher (14%)
(4th Grade 16-17 EOG 36%) (4th Grade 16-17 EOG 36%) (4th Grade 16-17 EOG 36%)
Professional Growth Assessment for Principals
2017-2018 Second Year Survey - Mr. Steven A. Moore

Focus on improvement of instruction 100% Agree or Strongly Agree

Committed to goals of school 100% Agree or Strongly Agree

Promotes parental involvement 100% Agree or Strongly Agree

School is safe and secure 100% Agree or Strongly Agree

Teachers play role in planning and eval 100% Agree or Strongly Agree
Student Achievement Data
Quarter 1 Next Steps
1st Quarterly Review
● Third and Fourth vertical (place value / fluency)
O: Next Steps
2nd Quarterly Review
● RTA (3rd) - Dig deeper with ID students who are not proficient (ESL, SWD)-(Stephanie Moore) Intensive intervention in CORE
● ID % Proficient Subgroups 5th Grade (SWD, Black)
● Enter in MOY intensive NKT/ Interventions in specials (IRT extra scoop)
● Vocabulary- modeling (ex: difference)
● Vocabulary training with staff (Specialists, ESL, TA)
● Teacher Assistants supporting interventions and progress monitoring
● Check with Ms. Hendrickson about 3 or 4 transition students in 4th (written comprehension still a struggle)-
● Direct response to literature (3rd and 4th grade RTA students)
● mClass- ReadyGen materials (gatekeeper- text complexity) (Mr. Moore/ILT)
● mClass- PLT need information about “who” the students are that have moved/ not moved
● Stephanie Moore- meet with all grade levels to discuss mClass data and dig deeper
● Celebration- Some first grade students started at RB and now at E but still below grade level expectations
● 4th grade- implement different assessment types
● 4th grade Team Time - changes to Core instruction (reach out to support staff for help)
● Celebration- 4th grade Operations/Algebraic thinking- 47%-67%
● 5th grade/ CCR will dig deeper into 5th grade ELA check-ins
O: Next Steps
3rd Quarterly Review
● Number Knowledge: Continue with interventions
● mClass (DIEBELS and TRC) - make sure progress monitoring is in place
● 4th grade is analyzing where students were weak on the NC Checkins (Math) and creating groups to focus on which standards need
work.
● 5th Grade ELA CheckIns- inferencing and finding evidence to support answer is where they are struggling. Students will have
homework with the same passage, but different tasks based on these needs. Also, taking standards and choosing a passage,
spending 15-20 minutes a day, breaking up the passage and re-teaching strategies.
● Helps parents and teacher assistans understand how/what to do to help with small groups.
W: Witness Staff and Students Sharing Empathy- Quarter 1

● Owl Court Data- Ms. Simpson


● 1st grade small group- self regulation- Mr. LaRose
● 3rd-5th SEL Lessons to entire class (small group work after Tier I)
● 2nd/3rd small groups (7 Habits/Friendship)
● Check in/ Check out Program (7 students)
● Intro Lessons of counseling program (all students)
W: Witness Staff and Students Sharing Empathy- Quarter 2
● Owl Court Data- Ms. Simpson-
● 1st grade small group- self regulation- Mr. LaRose
● 1st grade Recess Group- Ms. Poe/Ms. Simpson
● Small group SEL lessons after Tier I
● BT Mtg Presentation about behavior strategies
● 4th Book Club/ 3rd Academic Group- Simpson/Poe
● Check in/ Check out Program (12 students)
● Parent Outreach
● Individual (average 6 students per day)
● Student Support Team Monthly PLT
● Service Projects- Woosley/Student Ambassadors
● Class Dojo Rewards
● Thankful Thursday- morning news
● Character Traits- morning news/guidance lessons
● Parent Night- April PTA Mtg
● PBIS Survey
● Counseling Program @OVES
● Kindness challenge- Vaughan class won (94 acts of kindness) 694 total
W: Witness Staff and Students Sharing Empathy- Quarter 3
● Owl Court Data- Ms. Simpson- add behavior data with owl court (one documented incident 17-18 since 2nd quarter
● Attendance Club/Backpack Buddies
● Career Cafe with 5th grade- Data and Results
● 1st grade small group- self regulation- Mr. LaRose
● 1st grade Recess Group- Ms. Poe/Ms. Simpson
● Small group SEL lessons after Tier I
● Specials- 4th and K (3rd quarter)
● BT Mtg Presentation about behavior strategies
● 4th Book Club/ 3rd Academic Group- Simpson/Poe
● Check in/ Check out Program (16 students)
● Parent Outreach
● Individual (average 8 students per day)
● Student Support Team Monthly PLT
● Service Projects- Woosley/Student Ambassadors/ National Volunteer Service Week
● Class Dojo Rewards
● Thankful Thursday- morning news
● Character Traits- morning news/guidance lessons
● Parent Night- April PTA Mtg
● PBIS Survey
● Counseling Program @OVES
W: Next Steps
Quarter 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3

Build Common Language/ BT Casel Competencies-


mtg/ grade level help with Tier II Meet with grade levels to discuss Social
behavior plans Emotional Learning (EOY)

Teacher check-in - academic/ 3rd grade Academic Group- ELA (4th 3rd grade Academic
Math Reflex quarter) Group- ELA

Tardies- Attendance Club/Social 4th grade Open Lunch


Worker/Counselor Phone calls Bunches
L: Listening Intently and launching dialogue- Quarter 1
Twitter 1,035 Followers August Analytics September Analytics October Analytics
(Quarterly Review 1)

Webpage https://www.wcpss.n Moore Owlsome The WHOO News Statistics


et/oakviewes News

School Reports ClassDojo Teacher


Messenger Communication
Report
L: Listening Intently and launching dialogue - Quarter 2
Twitter 1, 078 Followers
(Quarterly Review 2)

Increase of 43

Webpage https://www.wcpss.ne Moore Owlsome The WHOO News Website Statistics


t/oakviewes News Quarter 2

School Reports for Quarter 2 ClassDojo


Messenger
L: Listening Intently and launching dialogue - Quarter 3
Twitter 1, 122 Followers
(Quarterly Review 3)

Increase of 44 since
Quarter 2; Increase of
87 since Quarter 1

Webpage https://www.wcpss.ne Moore Owlsome The WHOO News Website Statistics


t/oakviewes News Quarter 3

School Reports for Quarter 3 ClassDojo


Messenger
L: Listening Intently and launching dialogue - Quarter 3
We sent a survey to ask parents how we were doing?
Here’s a link to the results.

Dojo

Email
L: Listening Intently and launching dialogue - Quarter 3

Good indication that everyone is receiving School Messanger notices.


L: Listening Intently and launching dialogue - Quarter 3
L: Next Steps

Quarter 1: Survey to parents to Quarter 2: Link to survey


check in on communication
● Teacher asked about school messenger-
ask stallings
● Share with PTA Board mtg

Quarter 3: Link to Survey Results

Moore Owlsome News text