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364 Walker Avenue
Ashland, OR 97520
Phone: (541) 482-1516
Fax: (541) 482-2671
Contact: Cheryl Beugli
Email: 
Site Council

Talking it over 2

ASHLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT
21STCENTURY SCHOOL COUNCILS
ANNUAL CHARTERING REPORT

The annual chartering of site councils is to ensure close communication between the Board and each site council.  That communication will facilitate the mutual support for site councils and Board goals.
 
  Goals (SMART) Actions
Reading Kindergarten and first grade students will meet EasyCBM reading fluency measures that project a 80/15/5 triangle.
 
  • Leverage parents on fluency at home
  • Use of timed activities to establish comfort w/ 1 minute in classrooms
  • Create additional summer outreach for students of need.
  • Teach Keyboarding, computer skills from K through 5th grade.
  • Assess teacher professional development needs on fluency
  • Increase use of technology at 1st grade (ipads) to increase fluency.
 
Establish a trend and improve schoolwide data sources to include OAKs/SB and EasyCBM reading data (both are included due to change in state assessment)
  • Publish assessments for each Reading essential skills.
  • Use coordinated assessments to determine proficiency of essential skills
  • Write rubrics that establish proficiency for essential skills
  • A published coordinate K-5 read-aloud list of books with think aloud strategies
  • Provide Reading Parent Nights
  • Create and use school-wide annotation for cloze reading
  • Training on use of gradebook assignments to mark report cards
 
Writing Students will met end of year writing screen assessment data to reflect a 80/15/5 triangle
 
 
 
 
 
  • Publish high frequency words list K-5 for spelling (from curriculum and from outside)
  • Create a system of common annotations and headings K-5
  • Purchase Core curriculum for handwriting
  • Purchase keyboarding and web safety curriculum
Increase writing Smarter Balanced Assessment data over baseline from 2014-15 school year.
  • Train on Smarter Balanced rubrics. Train/Coordinate types of writing for CCSS modes for published K-5 map
 
  • Transition data input of three assessments per year (with agreed prompts kept in teal portfolios) in data warehouse
 
  • Coordinate how we are teaching effective note taking
 
  • Publish assessments for each writing essential skills.
 
  • Provide Writing Intervention
 
Math  
 
Improve OAKs/SB and EasyCBM math data (both are included due to change in state assessment).
  • Use coordinated assessments to determine proficiency of essential skills
  • Write rubrics that establish proficiency for essential skills
 
  Increase Smarter Balanced Math Performance Task Assessment data over baseline from 2014-15 school year.
  • Continue parent outreach for math strategies with parent math nights
  • Continue leverage of homework to improve math fluency
  • Create lending library for parents
  • Create math strategy videos for parent use
Social studies Include skills on report card and begin baseline data to judge improvement over time
 
 
  • Identify essential skills
  • Create rubrics to define proficiency of essential skills
  • Publish scope and sequence of geography K-5
  • Publish schoolwide current events K-5 approach
  • Design assessments to determine essential skills proficiency
 
Science Include skills on report card and begin baseline data to judge improvement over time
 
 
 
  • Identify essential skills
  • Create rubrics to define proficiency of essential skills
  • Coordinate K-5 Science notebook
  • Design assessments to determine essential skills proficiency
 
Technology Create baseline then improve student basic computer literacy skills
 
 
  • Create grade level technology essential skills and assessments
  • Transition to sharepoint for teacher webpages
  • Transition to electronic shared calendar (Sharepoint)
  • Transition to Onenote for collaborative team notebooks: B team, CST, faculty, Site Council, Streamliners
  • Transition to data warehouse for data use
  • Purchase hardware:
2:1 tablets at 4th – 5th
2:1 laptops at 2nd -3rd
2:1 ipads at 1st
4:1 ipads at K
  • Training on smart boards
  • Train on tablets, ipads
Social/Emotional  skills Reduce total monthly  referral numbers by 10% per month.
  • Strengthen core emotional/social curriculum
  • Create mindfulness SW lessons to include (Self Talk, perceptive taking)
  • Strengthen theme and activities schoolwide
  • Strength procedures and routines for how we responding to behavior
  • Provide professional development to faculty on Opportunities to Respond
  • Continue KLT work and strength formative assessment use
  • Train all staff on Functions of Behavior
  • Create an effective Tier Two system of Check In and Check Out (CICO)
  • Strengthen consistent expectations in cafeteria
  • Create a “focus room” w/ procedures for time out students
  • Use Five point scale schoolwide (to include sound levels SW)
  • Create a video of the “ Walker Way”
Instructional practices  
  • Intervention block schedule set prior to leaving for summer
  • Training on Active participation (engagement)
  • Continue and strengthen KLT practices
  • Wednesday schedule incorporate assessment system
  • PLCs to answer 4 questions for each curric areas
  • Coordination of fields trips per grade
  • Train classified staff on poverty needs
Facility  
  • Strengthen grade level partners
  • Playground surface
 
 


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Girls Varsity Softball
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Upcoming Events - Tuesday April 4 2017
Boys Varsity Tennis
vs.
North Medford HS
- 4:00 PM
Girls Varsity Tennis
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North Medford HS
- 4:00 PM
Boys Varsity Baseball
vs.
Crater HS
- North Mountain Park
- 5:00 PM
Boys Junior Varsity Baseball
vs.
Crater HS
- JV Field Lincoln St
- 5:00 PM
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