Special attention is given to students enrolled in the Migrant Education Program and Homeless Education Program in order to help them achieve their academic goals. Skills are taught in order to prevent bullying from happening or to intervene when bullying occurs. Decoding two-syllable words following basic patterns by breaking the words into syllables. Utilities to be included are water, gas, and electricity. Evidence to support the needs include New Teacher Electronic Survey, New Teacher Face-to-Face Survey, Mentor Log Data, Mentor observation and conference notes. The District will educate migrant families on the school system and all resources available. Student benchmark scores, student surveys, samples of stduent work.
This committee would meet as needed and be responsible for discussing, approving, and overseeing the follow-up of budgeted staff development as offered and approved. This strength is supported by presentation materials assist with documenting the information that is provided during trainings. These funds provide an unprecedented opportunity for educators to implement innovative strategies to improve education for academically at-risk students and to close the achievement gap in our schools while stimulating the economy. In terms of Advanced Academics, the needs, they reflect a deficit of 22% of all district teachers who are not trained in the 30 hour core Gifted and Talented Training. Improved middle of year reading assessment scores Improved end of year reading assessment scores, elevated student exit level exams. Title I, Part D funds will also be used for computer hardware upgrades. There has been increased participation by parents because of the support provided by administrators.
Mobile Unit to provide students with additional instructional support and access to computers and internet access beyond the scope of the school day, during the evenings, and on designated Saturdays. The district trainer is also the mentor and will maintain documentation of all campus visits, progress reports, and completion of time lines as stated in the workbook. Through continual concerted efforts to assist our at-risk populations, these gains in closing the achievement gap are possible. In addition, professional development opportunities are provided for new teachers and teachers in need of support and assistance. . All campuses hold at least one opportunity for student-led, teacher-facilitated demonstrations and showcasing of technology integrated project based learning, to give parents and community members an insight into 21st century learning. Student grades, software posttest scores, teacher observations.
With the positive presence of parents and community members, student achievement will be boosted to an even higher level. Knowing the spelling-sound correspondences for common consonant digraphs. The Migrant Program needs include teachers having to document additional services migrant students and ensuring that all logs are updated. Mobile Unit Coordinator Title I Part A Student sign-in sheets, teacher sign-up sheets, software purchase orders, software pretest scores. Recognizing and read grade-appropriate irregularly spelled words. Other subpopulation results in the area of Math reflect the following: African Americans went from 78% to 80%, Hispanics went from 82% to 86%, White went from 86% to 90% and Economically Disadvantaged went from 81% to 85%.
Report cards are distributed every 9 weeks. Instructional Technologists will be used to support the integration of technology into instruction at the campus level. Police Services needs are due to the limited in-service time, additional time to address safety issues and concerns with campus staff. The needs for the Special Education Department are multiple at the high school level. No parental complaints Mid-Year Documentation Final Billing 1.
Title I, Part A funds will also be allocated at the department level to allow for the acquisition of additional resources. Increase Homeless reports distribution to campus registrars, administrators, and at-risk coordinators to the first week of every month August 2010-June 2011. We may also continue to offer a selection of times for parents to attend classes during the week and on weekends. Supporting documentation includes sign-in sheets, conference attendance and increased parental involvement at the local campuses. Students are taught that bullying is not an acceptable behavior. The Excellence in Technology Awards contest also serves to showcase the best student-created projects across the district.
Needs With regards to addressing equitable staff development, a system should be developed so that all staff is given an equal opportunity to attend professional development every calendar year. Reading words with inflectional endings. We are also looking to get the community involved and trained. More and more students are included in the general classroom as part of the inclusion mandates. Student benchmark scores, student surveys.
Regarding Career and Technical Education strengths, we must consider that the district has teachers to offer coherent sequence of courses for fifteen out of the sixteen clusters. This is usually the person running the program on the campus. Parents also require training on how to support their special needs child. In addition this training will continue to enhance increased parental involvement. The District will broaden the parental rights and awareness trainings to sessions in the fall and spring of 2010-2011.
There is also a need for new equipment, additional supplies and facility updates. Number of credits earned by students Student rosters, student grades, student assessments. The community has also shown an interest in learning about what our district is doing about bullying since it has become such a serious problem. The focus is to encourage our parents to continue their education and move on to more formal programs in the district or to a higher level of education. Instruction for parents is based on meeting their needs and working at their levels of ability. Yet another need identified this year is the Homeless population.