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Faculty Meeting September 8, 2009 Library 8: 00 a. m. – 10: 00 a. Faculty Meeting September 8, 2009 Library 8: 00 a. m. – 10: 00 a. m.

Welcome Back to Welcome Back to

New to LACES Family l l l l Alix Fournier M. Truett Griffin Steven New to LACES Family l l l l Alix Fournier M. Truett Griffin Steven Hosohama Jila Mechlowicz Jose Rojas Marlon Shows Unfilled Dina Johnson Art Home Economics PE Science Social Studies Office Technician

Changes/Additions in Administrative Duties Margaret Kim – English, Art, Home Ec. Depts. , Textbooks, Changes/Additions in Administrative Duties Margaret Kim – English, Art, Home Ec. Depts. , Textbooks, 6 th Grade l Joe Zell – Social Studies, Computer Science, PE Depts. , Plant Operation, Keys, 7 th /9 th Grades l Carol Lockett – Science, World of Languages, Health Depts. , Transportation, Field Trips, Yearbook, Leadership, 11 th/12 th Grades l Marion Wong – Math, Special Ed Depts. , 504 Plans/Implementation, RCC/RCT, 8 th/10 th Grades l Vickie Vickers – ISIS/Attendance l Mary. Jane London – 6 th Gr. Counseling l

Department Chairpersons l l l l l Dr. Ranney Draper Marion Levine Anne Costanzo Department Chairpersons l l l l l Dr. Ranney Draper Marion Levine Anne Costanzo Robert Vriesman Ray Robinson Glendar Haskin Gail Rogers Teresa Fields Toby Bresson Mark Monarch English - Co-Chair Math Social Studies Science World Languages PE Art Music

Superintendent’s 5 Guiding Principles Professional Learning l Innovation and Change l Engaging parents and Superintendent’s 5 Guiding Principles Professional Learning l Innovation and Change l Engaging parents and community l Create safe learning environments at all of our schools l Use data to drive our decisions l Teaching and Learning Through Reflection – NEW FOR 2009 -2010 l

LD 3 Goals Goal 2008 -2009 2008 2009 +/- Increase the percentage of students LD 3 Goals Goal 2008 -2009 2008 2009 +/- Increase the percentage of students in grades 2 -11 scoring proficient and advanced on CST in ELA by 4%. 6 TH - 74% 7 TH/8 TH – 79% 9 TH -11 TH - 74% 6 TH - 80% 7 TH/8 TH – 82% 9 TH -11 TH - 79% +6 +3 +5 Increase the percentage of students in grades 2 -11 scoring proficient and advanced on CST in Math by 4%. 6 TH - 75% 7 TH/8 TH – 55% 9 TH -11 TH - 23% 6 TH - 80% 7 TH/8 TH – 59% 9 TH -11 TH - 37% +5 +4 +14 Reduce percentage of students in grades 2 -11 scoring BB/FBB on CST in ELA by 4%. 6 TH - 5% 7 TH/8 TH – 5% 9 TH -11 TH - 9% 6 TH - 5% 7 TH/8 TH – 3% 9 TH -11 TH - 8% 0 -2 -1 Reduce percentage of students in grades 2 -11 scoring BB/FBB on CST in Math by 4%. 6 TH - 6% 7 TH/8 TH – 18% 9 TH -11 TH - 50% 6 TH - 6% 7 TH/8 TH – 14% 9 TH -11 TH - 36% 0 -4 -14

LD 3 Goals Goal 2008 -2009 2008 2009 +/- Decrease the achievement gap between LD 3 Goals Goal 2008 -2009 2008 2009 +/- Decrease the achievement gap between white students and African American and Hispanic students in grades 2 -11 on CST in ELA by 2%. (Comparison between white students and African American students) 6 th: 93 - 60 = 33 7 th: 97 – 60 = 37 8 th: 89 – 53 = 36 9 th: 88 – 55 = 33 10 th: 92 – 61 = 31 11 th: 85 – 51 = 34 6 th: 89 - 67 = 22 7 th: 94 – 75 = 19 8 th: 90 – 57 = 33 9 th: 91 – 75 = 16 10 th: 86 – 56 = 30 11 th: 92 – 58 = 34 -11 -18 -3 -17 -1 0 Decrease the achievement gap between white students and African American and Hispanic students in grades 2 -11 on CST in Math by 2%. (Comparison between white students and African American students) 6 th: 85 - 55 = 30 7 th: 8 th: 9 th: 10 th: 11 th: 6 th: 79 - 89 = -10 7 th: 8 th: 9 th: 10 th: 11 th: -40

LD 3 Goals Goal 2008 -2009 2008 2009 +/- Increase the percentage of English LD 3 Goals Goal 2008 -2009 2008 2009 +/- Increase the percentage of English Learners scoring advanced on the CELDT by 4%. (21 tested in 2008 7 tested 2009) 76. 2% 71. 4% -4. 8 Increase the percentage of English Learners scoring early advanced on the CELDT by 4%. 23. 8% 28. 6% +4. 8

LD 3 Goals Goal 2008 -2009 2008 2009 +/- Increase the percentage of English LD 3 Goals Goal 2008 -2009 2008 2009 +/- Increase the percentage of English Learners annually reclassified as Fluent English proficient by 3%. N/A N/A Increase the percentage of English Learners advancing 1 CELDT level per year to 7%. N/A N/A Increase the graduation rate by 3% over the base year rate in 2007 -2008. 94. 6% 96. 5% +1. 9 Increase the percentage of students enrolled in A-G courses to 80% or higher. Already Met Increase the percentage of students completing A-G courses with a “C” or better by 2%. 87. 6% 89. 4% +2. 2

LD 3 Goals Goal 2008 -2009 2008 2009 +/- Increase the percentage of 10 LD 3 Goals Goal 2008 -2009 2008 2009 +/- Increase the percentage of 10 th graders passing CAHSEE by 2%. 96% 0 Increase the percentage of 9 th grade students on track to graduate (earning 55 or more credits to matriculate to grade 10). 85% 91% +5 Increase the percentage of 8 th grade students completing Algebra 1 with a grade of “C” or better by 2%. 71. 6%/ 68. 5%/ 65. 1% All grade 6 -12 students will have an IGP or ICP on file in the counseling office. In Compliance 80% of parents will be satisfied with the overall operation, relevance and timeliness of information provided by their schools. N/A 78% - LD 3 -3. 1/0

LD 3 Goals - Two New Goals: Goal 2009 -2010 NEW! Reduce percentage of LD 3 Goals - Two New Goals: Goal 2009 -2010 NEW! Reduce percentage of teachers not submitting daily attendance to 3% or less on the monthly reports. NEW! Reduce percentage of teacher discrepancies to 3% or less on the monthly reports. 2009 2010 +/-

AP Score Highlights (pass rate) 2006 -07 l l l l l World Hist. AP Score Highlights (pass rate) 2006 -07 l l l l l World Hist. - 47/70 - 67% U. S. Hist. - 67/89 - 75% Psychology- 47/57 - 82% English Lit- 32/39 - 82% English Lang - 52/56 - 93% Enviro Sci. - 22/32 - 67% Govt. - 21/39 – 53. 8% 2007 -08 2008 -09 • World Hist. - 66/90 - 73. 3% • U. S. Hist. - 55/92 - 60% • Psychology - 57/84 - 67. 8% • English Lit - 55/66 - 83% • English Lang - 50/62 - 80% • Calculus AB - 43/82 - 52. 4% • Calculus BC - 21/31 - 67. 7% • Biology - 23/51 - 45% • Govt. - 35/75 - 46. 6% • World Hist. - 47/77 - 61% • U. S. Hist. - 81/112 - 72% • Psychology – 48/67 - 72% • English Lit – 54/72 - 75% • English Lang – 69/76 - 91% • Calculus AB – 59/93 - 63% • Calculus BC – 30/40 - 75% • Enviro Sci. – 33/58 - 57% Total students tested – 354 • Total students tested – 396 • Total exams taken – 960 Total exams taken – 821 • Total pass rate – 55% Total pass rate – 56% • Total students tested – 398 • Total exams taken – 1025 • Total pass rate – 59%

Newsweek Ranking Newsweek ranking of public high schools in the nation is based on Newsweek Ranking Newsweek ranking of public high schools in the nation is based on the AP Challenge Index (number of AP exams administered divided by the number of 12 th grade students) Year Rank AP Challenge Index 2000 45 2. 214 2003 11 3. 893 2005 28 3. 892 2006 45 3. 964 2007 48 4. 249 2008 50 4. 359 2009 44 5. 00

CST 08 -09 Highlights • Following Grades/Subjects showed significant gain in percent of students CST 08 -09 Highlights • Following Grades/Subjects showed significant gain in percent of students with Prof/Adv. scores. Grade and Subject 2007 -08 2008 -09 Difference 6 th Grade English 73% 80% 7 9 th Grade English 76% 85% 9 8 th Grade Algebra II 42% 61% 19 9 th Grade Geometry N/A 88% Last yr’s Alg 2 – 42% 11 th Grade Summative Math 35% 42% 7 8 th Grade History 64% 76% 12 11 th Grade U. S. History 70% 77% 7 8 th Grade Science 78% 87% 9 9 th Grade Biology 46% 65% 19 11 th Grade Physics 24% 33% 9

API Comparison (06 -07 through 08 -09) 2006 -07 2007 -08 2008 -09 (projected API Comparison (06 -07 through 08 -09) 2006 -07 2007 -08 2008 -09 (projected figures) API 824 (Schoolwide) API (6 th Grade 882 only) API (7 th/8 th) 837 842 (839 API (9 th – 12 th) 801 807 baseline) 866 891 908 882 900 837

API – Academic Performance Index API – Academic Performance Index

API Isn’t Everything…. But…. l CA schools are rated by this number. l Conversation API Isn’t Everything…. But…. l CA schools are rated by this number. l Conversation needs to continue by department. l l l Analysis of Data (specific to content clusters) Effectiveness of instructional/intervention strategies used in 08 -09 Alignment of instructional content to State Standards Ideas for refining lesson delivery (cognizant of students' learning style) Teaching accountability - all students need to take ownership in their learning

from Good to Great – Jim Collins “No matter how much you have achieved, from Good to Great – Jim Collins “No matter how much you have achieved, you will always be merely good relative to what you can become. Greatness is an inherently dynamic process, not an end point. The moment you think of yourself as great, you slide toward mediocrity will already have begun. ” Social Sector, pg. 9

Faculty Meeting Agenda l l l School Website – Please post syllabus and assignments Faculty Meeting Agenda l l l School Website – Please post syllabus and assignments www. lacesmagnetschool. org ISIS Family Module l Parents’ access to students’ attendance records and grades (for Grade. Max users only) Textbooks/Certification Process President Obama’s Speech to Students http: //www. ed. gov/admins/lead/academic/bts. html.

Mr. Ira Koslow UTLA Chapter Chair/Dean of Student Discipline/AP Econ Teacher l UTLA Updates Mr. Ira Koslow UTLA Chapter Chair/Dean of Student Discipline/AP Econ Teacher l UTLA Updates l Student Discipline l HR Meetings/Visits to PE Classes l U-House Way l Referral Process Revisited

Mr. Joseph Zell Assistant Principal l Keys l Accessing Campus during Non- Instructional Hours Mr. Joseph Zell Assistant Principal l Keys l Accessing Campus during Non- Instructional Hours l Plant Operation

Ms. Carol Lockett Assistant Principal l Calendar l Staff Development l First Day HR Ms. Carol Lockett Assistant Principal l Calendar l Staff Development l First Day HR Procedures l Faculty Handbook CD l Syllabus/Subfolders l Clubs l New Teachers In-service

Ms. Marion Wong Assistant Principal l Opening Day Procedures l Programming Issues l Students Ms. Marion Wong Assistant Principal l Opening Day Procedures l Programming Issues l Students Requests for Program Change l Service Student Request l Supervision of Service Student

Ms. Victoria Vickers Title I Coordinator/WASC Coordinator/Attendance Admin. l WASC Update l Title I Ms. Victoria Vickers Title I Coordinator/WASC Coordinator/Attendance Admin. l WASC Update l Title I Update l Attendance/ISIS Update l LAVA – AP Psychology l Ms. Roche

Ms. Mary. Jane London Magnet Coordinator/6 th Grade Counselor l Magnet Update l Sixth Ms. Mary. Jane London Magnet Coordinator/6 th Grade Counselor l Magnet Update l Sixth Grade Center l Student Recognition

Ms. Brandi Bakewell College Counselor l College Center Update l PSAT/College Awareness Day – Ms. Brandi Bakewell College Counselor l College Center Update l PSAT/College Awareness Day – 10/14

Ms. Gail Rogers World Language Dept. Chair/TUPE Coordinator l Tobacco Use Prevention Education Program Ms. Gail Rogers World Language Dept. Chair/TUPE Coordinator l Tobacco Use Prevention Education Program l Additional Programs for Substance Users

Mr. Joseph Zell Assistant Principal l Mandated Training l l l l Antibullying Policy Mr. Joseph Zell Assistant Principal l Mandated Training l l l l Antibullying Policy Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Requirements Nondiscrimination Notices Responding to and Reporting Hate-motivated Incidents and Crimes Sexual Harassment Policy Student and Employee Security/Safety Uniform Complaint Procedures Title IX Complaint Procedures

Making it happen Let’s have another great year! Making it happen Let’s have another great year!