• LHS SIP 2012-2013

    May 30, 2012

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    INSTRUCTION
    Goal 1:
    If teachers expand their use of student data to discuss student progress and select effective instructional strategies, then all students will achieve at higher levels.

    A faculty committee, in concert with the Leadership Team, will monitor an action plan for training and supporting PLCs in using the Data Team process

    Sept 2012-June 2013

    The committee will monitor and assess progress of the action plan

    Data in the Faculty Survey indicating growth/sustain/decline in meeting action plan

     

    Increase in curriculum design work in Atlas Rubicon

     

    PLC teams will continue to articulate the common curriculum for their courses using Atlas Rubicon to map Essential questions and Big ideas

     

    Sept 2012-June 2013

     

    Administrative observations through the evaluation process and walk-throughs

    Administrative observations of Atlas Rubicon

    Direct observations of PLC teams at work

    Increase in curriculum design work in Atlas Rubicon

     

    Quarterly reports from PLC teams

     

    Teachers will increase their capacity to implement instructional technology to enhance student learning

    Sept 2012-June 2013

     

    Administrative observations through the evaluation process and walk-throughs

    Results of the annual Faculty Survey

    Results of eText pilot

    Administration observations (formal and informal) of the use of SMART Boards and iPad apps

    Decrease in identified technology needs (faculty)

     

    90% of students consistently charge/bring iPad to class

     

    Increase the number of training sessions for SMART  Board users


     

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    ADMINISTRATION
    Goal 2:
    If we implement technology-based home-school communications processes, then parent support and student accountability will increase, resulting in improved student academic performance.

    Teachers will maintain their course/classroom websites in real time

    Sept 2012-June 2013

    Department Head observations of teacher websites/pages to assure that they are clear, timely indicators of assignments

     

     

    Data in the Faculty Survey indicating teacher comfort level with the website

     

    Department Head Mid-year Reports and End-of-year Reports

     

    Provide quarterly progress reports, report cards, and student schedules electronically via Aspen X2 Parent Portal

     

     

    Sept 2012-June 2013

    Accuracy of the grade entry and progress report process

     

    Data Base Team data on Parent Portal use, requests for technological help, etc.

    Percentage of parents (custodial and second custodial) accessing their account

     

    Percentage of students accessing their accounts

     

    Decrease in help requests

     

     

     

    Communicate school events and other essential time-sensitive information via the LHS website

     

     

    Sept 2012- June 2013

    The Principal, Associate Principal, and Content Coordinator will observe, assess and update

    Number of hits on the LHS website

     

    Teachers and Deans will maintain accurate daily and class attendance

     

     

    Sept 2012-June 2013

    The Department Heads will review the Attendance Non-Post list; the Deans will complete an attendance track down 3x/week

    Decrease in errors for study hall attendance

     

    Decrease in attendance corrections

     

    Decrease in teachers not posting daily attendance


     

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    CURRICULUM/
    STUDENT SERVICES

    Goal 3:
    If we increase student pro-social behavior and resiliency, and reduce sources of unhealthy student stress, then student academic performance and well-being will improve.

     

     

    Establish a faculty committee to develop  an action plan that addresses the culture of the school and reduces faculty and student stress through identified interventions and strategies

    Sept 2012- June 2013

    Principal oversight of the committee

    Data collected by the Director of Guidance

    Results of the annual Faculty Survey

    Reduction in self-reported stress (faculty and students)

     

    Increased reports of improved school culture and climate (Faculty Survey)

     

    TBD after action plan is developed

     

    Strengthen homeroom and advisory structure to support social and civic expectations; define roles of homeroom teachers, guidance counselors, administration

    Continue leadership training for peer mentors

    Sept 2012-June 2013

    The Social and Civic Expectations Committee (SCEC) will develop and implement activities directly related to the LHS social and civic expectations

    Administrative observations in homerooms

     

    Decrease in violations matching extended homeroom topics

     

    Consistent peer leader attendance in homerooms

     

    Increased participation in leadership training for peer mentors

     

    Increase clarity of extended homeroom procedures for faculty

     

     

    Continue to provide homeroom guidelines/ procedural documents for “reflective” exercises on healthy choices/using supports; community service; citizenship; integrity to self; tolerance

     

     

    Sept 2012-June 2013

     

    The administrative liaison to SCEC will provide quarterly updates to the administrative team; the deans will collect data on violations of the social and civic expectations

    The members of the Student/Faculty Senate will implement HR activities to support bills/resolutions related to the social and civic expectations

    Decrease in violations of social and civic expectations (unhealthy choices) in school

     

    Decrease in violations of social and civic expectations (unhealthy choices) out of school

     

     

    Mid-year and end-of-year report from Student Faculty Senate