August 20, 2019 Meeting/Agenda Minutes

School Improvement Team

Meeting Agenda

August 20, 2019

 

Present: 

  • Third Grade Rep. - Janet Jonas, 
    • No questions or concerns.
  • Parent Rep. Second Grade - Kelly Huntley
    • No questions or concerns.
  • Second Grade - Jenny Kluttz, 
    • Q- Are there any new procedures in the cafeteria?
    • A- Reviewed table assignments for this year.  We are still identifying the protocol classrooms but seating will accomodate any class that needs protocol tables. Lunch: 10:30-12:57
  • Parent Rep. Kindergarten -Sarah Camhi,
    • No questions or concerns.
  • Specials Rep. - Lyric Pieri,
    • Excited to have an extra special this year
    • Reviewed Specials schedule for this year. 
  • EC Rep.- Taylor Webb,
    • No questions or concerns.
  • Parent Rep. Fifth Grade - Jennifer Battenfield,
    • Room Parent coordinator on PTO
    • Teachers enter room parent names on a spreadsheet for Mr. Childers
  • Fifth Grade -  Lauren White, 
    • No questions or concerns.
  • Parent Rep.- Shawna Lauer, 
    • Q-  What skills that will be taught in keyboarding?  Will we have a keyboarding program? 
    • A-  We will investigate a keyboarding program.
  • Kindergarten Rep- Sarah Wilson, 
    • Q- Will we be using mClass or iStation for K-3 assessment?
    • A- We will be using iStation.
  • Fourth Grade Rep.- Amy Bleakley,
    • No questions or concerns.
  • DLI Rep.- Erica Benavides, 
    • No questions or concerns.
  • Parent Rep.- Stephanie Aranda,
    • No questions or concerns.
  • Teaching Assistant Rep- Connie Adams, 
    • No questions or concerns.
  • First Grade Rep.- Chris Cruse,
    • No questions or concerns.
  • Principal- Tom Childers, 
  • Assistant Principal- Constance Kelly, 
    • No questions or concerns.
  • Instructional Coach- Sherri Barber, 
    • No questions or concerns.



  1. Introduction of representatives
    1. How are representatives chosen?

SIT Teams

Team # 1 

Team # 2

Team # 3

Team #4

Lauren White

Janet Jonas

Amy Bleakley

Erica Benavides

Sarah Wilson

Jenny Kluttz

Lisa Schilling

Taylor Webb

Shawna Lauer

Lyric Pieri

Chris Cruse

Vanderlip/Love/Adams

David Long

Jennifer Battenfield

Kelly Huntley

Sarah Camhi

 

 

 

Stefanie Aranda

 

  1. Purpose of the SIT- Representative for the team/group that you represent.
  • Role of SIT Reps
  1. Schedule of Meetings- Listed on Antioch calendar
  2. Structure of Meetings - Two Site Based Meetings per month

LTS17359 - huh2 - Password

SIT Meeting - SIT Team

  • SIT (NCSTAR) - 45 minutes
  • Worksessions - 45 minutes

Reviewed school data from 2018-2019

  • 91% K-2 students proficient in reading
  • 3-5 EOG data- overall will be approximately 91%.




Meeting

Indicators/Term

September

B2.03/Months/Bleakley

A1.07/Months/White

A1.05/Year/Benavides

October

A1.04/Months/Benavides

A3.04/Year/White

A4.05/Year/Schilling

November

B2.03/Months/Schilling

A1.07/Months/White

A1.05/Year/Elden

A2.04/Years/Jonas

December

A1.04/Months/Benavides

A3.04/Year/White

A4.05/Year/Bleakley

A4.01/Years/Jonas

January

B2.03 or New/Months/Bleakle

A1.07 or New/Months/White

A1.04/Year/Benavides

February

A1.04 or New/Months/Benavides

A3.04/Year/White

A4.05/Year/Bleakley

March

B2.03 or New/Months/Bleakley

A1.07 or New/Months/White

A1.05/Year/Benavides

A2.04/Years/Jonas

April

A1.04 or New/Months/Benavides

A3.04/Year/White

A4.05/Year/Bleakley

A4.01/Years/Jonas

  • Reviewed the website (http://indistar.org/) and process for NCStar.  
  • Why are we working on these indicators? Last year the SIT identified the indicators that we would work on this year through a process of choosing assessing/rating 20 indicators (the 12 indicators and 8 others that we identified as important to us) and then choosing the eight that we would work on.  These are all loaded in our NCStar site to begin working on this year. (All key indicators need to be assessed even if we didn’t choose to work on that indicator this year.) Every team will be working on two indicators.
  • What is our Problem of Practice? A3.04 Unit pre-test and post-tests results are reviewed by the instructional teams to make decisions about curriculum and instructional plans to flag students in need of intervention or enrichment.  Target date: April 15
    • Gator Goals look at growth
      • Discussed “growth” and the importance of differentiation to make sure that all students grow.
      • Looked at Gator Goals spreadsheets that will be utilized this year.
    • Smart Goals look at proficiency
  • Antioch 2019-2020 Goals
    • Address deficiencies as identified by survey data.
      • Parents: (Areas for improvement)
        • Discipline addressed fairly
        • Satisfied with the level of counseling
        • Parents participate in school-wide decisions
      • Student: (Areas for improvement)
        • Rules are enforced in the same way for all students
        • I have been taught computer skills
        • Students show respect for staff
      • Staff: (Areas for improvement)
        • I have opportunities to observe teachers outside building
        • Local assessment data is available in time to impact instructional practices
        • I have sufficient access to instructional materials
        • I have sufficient training with technology
    • Continue to focus on student growth while striving for ALL students to become proficient.
  • SIT Teams
    • Teams will break down indicators into action steps.  
    • Documentation should be put in the NCStar folder in our SIT shared folder.

MTSS School Meeting- (Different members from SIT - No parents)

  • Review SMART Goals per grade level
  • Identify students in need of intervention GATOR Goals (Proficiency & Growth)

 

Team

Indicator

Term (Months, Year, Years)

Score/Rank

# 1 White

A1.07 ALL teachers employ effective classroom management and reinforce classroom rules and procedures by positively teaching them. (Key)

Months

135/3

 

B1.03 A Leadership Team consisting of the principal, teachers who lead the Instructional Teams, and other professional staff meets regularly (at least twice a month) to review implementation of effective practices. (Key)

Months

106/15

# 3 Bleakley

B2.03 The school has established a team structure among teachers with specific duties and time for instructional planning. (Key)

Months

125/9

# 4 Elden

A1.04 ALL teachers assess student progress frequently using a variety of evaluation methods and make appropriate curriculum adjustments based on results.

Months

140/1

 

B1.01 The LEA has an LEA Support & Improvement Team. (Key)

Months

107/14

# 1White

A3.04 Unit pre-tests and post-tests results are reviewed by the Instructional Teams to make decisions about curriculum and instructional plans and to flag students in need of intervention or enrichment.

Year

138/2

 

E1.06 The school regularly communicates with parents/guardians about its expectations of them and the importance of the curriculum of the home (what parents can do at home to support their children's learning). (Key)

Year

122/10

# 3 Bleakley

A4.05 ALL teachers teach and reinforce positive social skills, self-respect, relationships, and responsibility for the consequences of decisions and actions.

Year

134/4

# 4 Elden

A1.05 ALL teachers individualize instructional planning in response to individual student performance on pre-tests and other methods of assessment to provide support enhanced learning opportunities for students.

Year

129/6

 

A2.12 ALL teachers encourage self-direction by giving students choice in the selection of topics and the application of learning strategies.

Year

110/12

 

A2.18 ALL teachers use cooperative learning methods and encourage student questioning, seeking help from others, and offering help to others.

Year

108/13

 

A4.06 ALL teachers are attentive to students' emotional states, guide students in managing their emotions, and arrange for supports and interventions when necessary. (Key)

Years

118/11

# 2 Jonas

A2.04 Instructional Teams develop standards-aligned units of instruction for each subject and grade level.(Key)

Years

130/5

# 2 Jonas

A4.01The school implements a tiered instructional system that allows teachers to deliver evidence-based instruction aligned with the individual needs of students across all tiers.(Key)

Years

128/7

 

A2.20 All teachers use appropriate technological tools to enhance instruction.

Years

101/18

 

C2.01 The LEA/School regularly looks at school performance data and aggregated classroom observation data and uses that data to make decisions about school improvement and professional development needs. (Key)

Years

103/17

 

A4.16 The school develops and implements consistent, intentional, and on-going plans to support student transitions for grade-to-grade and level-to-level. (Key)

Years

92/19

#4 Elden

A2.13 Units of instruction include standards-based objectives and criteria for mastery.

Year

126/8

 

C3.04 The LEA/School has established a system of procedures and protocols for recruiting, evaluating, rewarding, and replacing staff. (Key)

Years

88/20

 

B3.03 The principal monitors curriculum and classroom instruction regularly and provides timely, clear, constructive feedback to teachers. (Key)

Years

104/16

  1. Work in Small Groups to add actions to each of the Indicators from our plan. 

Team Work

  • Discussed first Indicator
  • Determined Action Steps for that Indicator
  • Discussed second Indicator
  • Determined Action Steps for that Indicator