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INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT GOALS 2010 -2011 Lancaster ISD INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT GOALS 2010 -2011 Lancaster ISD

Who we are…. . Mariann Middleton - Assistant Superintendent mariannmiddleton@lancasterisd. org 972 -218 -1400 Who we are…. . Mariann Middleton - Assistant Superintendent [email protected] org 972 -218 -1400 James Browden - Director of Fine Arts [email protected] org 972 -218 -1423 Beverly Chinn - Director of Advanced Academics/Research and Evaluation [email protected] org 972 -218 -1623 Anita Mc. Partland - Director of Instructional Technology and Strategic Planning [email protected] org 972 -218 -1414 Pat Sadberry - Director of School Improvement [email protected] org 972 -218 -1420 Alan Steel - Chief Technology Officer [email protected] org 972 -218 -1495 Patricia Wright - Director of Special Education [email protected] org 972 -218 -1639 Lancaster ISD

Curriculum & Instruction The area of curriculum and instruction supports the goals outlined in Curriculum & Instruction The area of curriculum and instruction supports the goals outlined in the Lancaster Independent School District Strategic Plan, the District Improvement Plan, the Board of Trustees goals and the goals of the Superintendent. In order to improve student performance and promote academic improvement: A comprehensive assessment system will be developed collaboratively with input from teachers and implemented district wide. A progress monitoring system will be designed and implemented to measure learning and to identify students who are in need of interventions. To ensure that curriculum resources are aligned a monitoring and review process will be designed and implemented. A staff development plan designed to accelerate learning based on identified instructional needs will be implemented. Lancaster ISD

Metrics- Math Common Assessments Lancaster ISD Metrics- Math Common Assessments Lancaster ISD

Metrics- Science Common Assessments Lancaster ISD Metrics- Science Common Assessments Lancaster ISD

Metrics- Commended Performance on Math Common Assessments Lancaster ISD Metrics- Commended Performance on Math Common Assessments Lancaster ISD

Metrics- Grade Rate Distribution Lancaster ISD Metrics- Grade Rate Distribution Lancaster ISD

Metrics- Elementary Interventions Lancaster ISD Metrics- Elementary Interventions Lancaster ISD

Metrics- Staff Development Lancaster ISD Metrics- Staff Development Lancaster ISD

Dashboard – First Quarter Lancaster ISD Dashboard – First Quarter Lancaster ISD

Instructional Services Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD Instructional Services Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD

Fine Arts Department Lancaster ISD Dr. James E. Browden, II, Director Fine Arts Department Lancaster ISD Dr. James E. Browden, II, Director

Implementation of the Strategic Plan – Mutual Commitments & Expectations Strategy 4: In concert Implementation of the Strategic Plan – Mutual Commitments & Expectations Strategy 4: In concert with the learner, family and instructional staff, we will refine and consistently implement throughout the district a system to ensure students achieve personally challenging goals related to academics, interest and career aspirations. Lancaster ISD All Fine Arts teachers will understand that: No new program or service will be accepted unless it is consist with the Strategic Plan, benefits clearly justify costs and provisions are made for staff development and program evaluation. No program or service will be retained unless it makes an optimal contribution to the benefits continue to justify the cost.

Goal #1 - Increase All Fine Arts participation in the transition grades from 5 Goal #1 - Increase All Fine Arts participation in the transition grades from 5 th -6 th and 8 th – 9 th Activities Develop and Implement a system to ensure that student’s are placed/directed into fine arts classes that will address their needs as they relate to the students abilities/gifts and/or potential. Students will be identified for recommendations by February 2011. A department checklist will be designed to ensure consistency across campuses and disciplines. Metrics: All Fine Arts Advanced Classes will increase a least by 10%. Lancaster ISD

Goal #1 - Increase All Fine Arts participation in the transition grades from 5 Goal #1 - Increase All Fine Arts participation in the transition grades from 5 th -6 th and 8 th – 9 th Activities: Develop and Implement a system to ensure that student’s are placed/directed into fine arts classes that will address their needs as they relate to the students abilities/gifts and/or potential. Students will be identified for recommendations by February 2011. A department checklist will be designed to ensure consistency across campuses and disciplines. Metrics: All Fine Arts Advanced Classes will increase a least by 10%. Lancaster ISD

Goal #2 - Fine Arts students’ awareness and the opportunity to attend a college Goal #2 - Fine Arts students’ awareness and the opportunity to attend a college or university. Activities: Expand the Fine Arts College Prep Project utilized in Dance to all Fine Arts disciplines. Students from grades 9 th – 12 th will fulfill the requirements as recommended of the Fine Arts College Prep Document. Review, monitor and adjust the data collected to better meet student’s needs. Provide Professional Development to ensure consistency across all Fine Arts discipline. Metrics: At least 85% of Fine Arts seniors will receive either acceptance letters and/or a scholarship to a college or university. 100% of the Fine Arts underclassman will participate in the Fine Arts College Prep project. Lancaster ISD

Goal #3 - Increase Technology usage in the Fine Arts Classes. Focus Groups: Band, Goal #3 - Increase Technology usage in the Fine Arts Classes. Focus Groups: Band, Choir and Orchestra. Activities: Professional Development for all music computer programs to ensure consistency across campuses as well as broaden the knowledge base in the district. Align/Sync teacher electronic grade book to incorporate an audio portion for a more in-depth and comprehensive student portfolio. UIL Materials are available therefore we will save on some material. Through the use of Smart Music the Student will be exposed to multiple enrichment material to better meet their needs. Web-based program does not require district maintenance. Metrics: 100% of the Fine Arts Music performance teachers will utilize either Finale or Sibelius to enhance classroom instruction. At least 10% of performing arts students will utilize Smart Music at home. Lancaster ISD

Fine Arts Department Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD Fine Arts Department Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD

Advanced Academics Research and Evaluation ELAR/Social Studies/LOTE Beverly Johnson Chinn, Ph. D. , Director Advanced Academics Research and Evaluation ELAR/Social Studies/LOTE Beverly Johnson Chinn, Ph. D. , Director Lancaster ISD

Advanced Academic Services Gifted and Talented Program, 1 st – 12 th Grades International Advanced Academic Services Gifted and Talented Program, 1 st – 12 th Grades International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme Advanced Placement Program Lancaster ISD

Student Enrollment - Elementary Gifted and Talented IB Primary Years Program (Pleasant Run Elementary) Student Enrollment - Elementary Gifted and Talented IB Primary Years Program (Pleasant Run Elementary) Lancaster ISD

Student Enrollment - Secondary Gifted and Talented IBMYP (Lancaster Middle and High Schools) IBDP Student Enrollment - Secondary Gifted and Talented IBMYP (Lancaster Middle and High Schools) IBDP (Lancaster High School) AP (Lancaster High School) Lancaster ISD

Department Goals and Metrics Goal 1 Improve levels of compliance with the Texas State Department Goals and Metrics Goal 1 Improve levels of compliance with the Texas State Plans for Gifted and Talented by five indicators Goal 2 Develop an Rt. I Model for Advanced Academics Lancaster ISD Metrics for Goal 1 Parent/Campus Surveys Course Offerings Texas Performance Standards Projects Compare District Review with State Plan Metrics for Goal 2 Professional Development Agenda Sign-in Sheets Progress Reports/Report Cards

Goals/Metrics cont. Goal 3 Monitor instruction in ELAR/SS/LOTE Goal 4 Provide performance reports from Goals/Metrics cont. Goal 3 Monitor instruction in ELAR/SS/LOTE Goal 4 Provide performance reports from local, state, and international assessments Lancaster ISD Metrics for Goal 3 Classroom Observations (number) Benchmark Scores Metrics for Goal 4 Document Reports Professional Development Agendas

Advanced Academics, et al. Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD Advanced Academics, et al. Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD

INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY INTERNET SAFETY Lancaster ISD Anita Mc. Partland Director of Instructional Technology INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY INTERNET SAFETY Lancaster ISD Anita Mc. Partland Director of Instructional Technology

Instructional Technology Ø Goal 1 – Update LISD Technology Plan Ø Ø Goal 2 Instructional Technology Ø Goal 1 – Update LISD Technology Plan Ø Ø Goal 2 – Increase Technology Integration Ø Ø Metrics: Eighth grade literacy assessment Goal 4 – Increase Staff Technology Literacy Ø Ø Metrics: Staff development offerings & participation Goal 3 – Increase Student Technology Literacy Ø Ø Metrics: District Needs Survey & STa. R Chart Completion Metrics: Staff development offerings & participation Goal 5 – Technology Professional Development Ø Metrics: Offerings & Delivery types Lancaster ISD

Student Technology Regulations Ø Student Internet Safety Ø Access to the Internet is for Student Technology Regulations Ø Student Internet Safety Ø Access to the Internet is for instructional purposes Ø Internet access is filtered for categories considered inappropriate Ø Prohibits disclosure of personally identifiable information Lancaster ISD

Student Technology Regulations Ø User Responsibilities Ø #7 – Students may not distribute personal Student Technology Regulations Ø User Responsibilities Ø #7 – Students may not distribute personal information by electronic communications Ø #8 – Students should never make appointments with online contacts Ø #9 – Students may not respond to requests for personally identifying information Ø #15 & #16 – Electronic systems may not be used to access or transmit inappropriate communications Lancaster ISD

Student Technology Regulations ØElectronic Communications Social Networking - Newsgroups, chat, blogs, wikis Student participation Student Technology Regulations ØElectronic Communications Social Networking - Newsgroups, chat, blogs, wikis Student participation is permissible under appropriate supervision by authorized staff Prohibited uses are outlined #3 – use of the Internet or electronic communications to threaten #4 – sending or posting inappropriate electronic messages. Lancaster ISD

Student Technology Regulations ØStudent Agreement Appropriate Uses: #2 – Keep individual accounts secure #3 Student Technology Regulations ØStudent Agreement Appropriate Uses: #2 – Keep individual accounts secure #3 – ethical and proper use of electronic communications Inappropriate Uses #6 – accessing inappropriate websites #7 – posting or accessing inappropriate messages or materials Lancaster ISD

Student Technology Regulations Ø Internet Safety Initiatives Ø District Anti-bullying Campaign Take a Stand, Student Technology Regulations Ø Internet Safety Initiatives Ø District Anti-bullying Campaign Take a Stand, Lend a Hand, Stop Bullying Ø Internet Safety specific lessons taught in our computer classes and libraries Ø Internet Safety materials distributed at campuses and meetings Lancaster ISD

Instructional Technology Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD Instructional Technology Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT Lancaster ISD Pat Sadberry, Director SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT Lancaster ISD Pat Sadberry, Director

Goal 1 Goal: • Meet 100% of state and federal requirements, deadlines, and reporting Goal 1 Goal: • Meet 100% of state and federal requirements, deadlines, and reporting for state and federal programs (including but not limited to all Title Programs, SES, DATE/TIF Grant). Lancaster ISD Metrics: TEA Initial Compliance Review TEA Program Evaluation/Expenditure Reports Grant/Program Applications

Goal 2 Goal: Conduct 10 -15 math and science classroom visits weekly at LMS Goal 2 Goal: Conduct 10 -15 math and science classroom visits weekly at LMS and LHS to support district’s math/science initiatives. Lancaster ISD Metrics: Classroom visit schedule/Feedback/Walkt hrough Form Campus Sign-in Log

Goal 3 Goal: Expand/support Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) system to current TAP campuses and Goal 3 Goal: Expand/support Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) system to current TAP campuses and the campuses that are not implementing it, and seek more funds for sustainability of the TAP system. Lancaster ISD Metrics: Number of grant applications submitted and/or awarded Leadership/Cluster meeting sign-in/agendas Campus Sign-in Log

Goal 4 Goal: Work with first year TAP schools on implementation in compliance with Goal 4 Goal: Work with first year TAP schools on implementation in compliance with the approved TIF grant. Lancaster ISD Metrics: Grant Planning Year Checklist/Activities Meeting agendas/minutes Campus Visit documentation

Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) 2006 -07 school year – 2 campuses 2007 -08 school Teacher Advancement Program (TAP) 2006 -07 school year – 2 campuses 2007 -08 school year – 5 campuses 2008 -09 school year – 5 campuses 2009 -10 school year – 6 campuses 2010 -11 school year – 7 campuses 2010 -2011 -Funding for two additional campuses beginning 2011 -2012 school year Lancaster ISD

Four Key Elements of Success Multiple career paths give qualified teachers opportunities to take Four Key Elements of Success Multiple career paths give qualified teachers opportunities to take on more responsibility and be compensated for doing so Ongoing applied professional growth provides teachers with school-based professional development during the school day Instructionally focused accountability ties classroom observations to teaching skills and student achievement Performance-based compensation means that teachers are compensated differentially based on the increased demands of the positions they hold, how well they perform in those positions, the quality of their instructional performance and their students' achievement growth Lancaster ISD

Multiple Career Paths TRADITIONAL Teacher position only All teachers essentially have the same qualifications, Multiple Career Paths TRADITIONAL Teacher position only All teachers essentially have the same qualifications, responsibilities, authority and are assessed in the same way Principals are there to provide support, impose discipline and assess teacher effectiveness Lancaster ISD TAP MODEL Allows for advancement while allowing the teacher to remain in the classroom: Each step on the career path requires increased skills and knowledge and offers additional authority, responsibility and compensation Mentor and master teachers become part of the TAP Leadership Team led by the principal

Ongoing Applied Professional Growth TRADITIONAL Individual teachers go to selected training sessions and try Ongoing Applied Professional Growth TRADITIONAL Individual teachers go to selected training sessions and try to implement new practices on their own Lancaster ISD TAP MODEL Provides time during the school day for teachers to help one another to learn about and use effective teaching practices in their classrooms Provides the structure to effectively implement curriculum and doesn’t act as an “add on”

Instructionally Focused Accountability TRADITIONAL Uses evaluation standards that are often unclear or inadequate Teacher Instructionally Focused Accountability TRADITIONAL Uses evaluation standards that are often unclear or inadequate Teacher evaluations are usually infrequent and provide little follow-up help and then only for problems, never for growth Rarely are rewards linked to how well a teacher does on the evaluations Lancaster ISD TAP MODEL Uses clear comprehensive teaching standards that all teachers are trained to meet Ongoing classroom support and coaching is provided to all teachers for improvement, not just for remediation Good evaluations are rewarded financially TAP evaluations ensure that all teachers have the opportunity to grow and become better instructors so that their students will achieve more

Performance-Based Compensation TRADITIONAL Compensation is based on years on the job and training credits/units Performance-Based Compensation TRADITIONAL Compensation is based on years on the job and training credits/units accumulated and ignores individual performance and effort TAP MODEL Salary augmentations for mentor and master positions Bonus awards are earned based on performance: - 50% skills, knowledge and responsibility - 30% classroom-level value-added achievement gains - 20% school-level value-added achievement gains Lancaster ISD Compensation is given for taking on increased responsibility and authority TAP salary enhancements are all over and above traditional salary schedule

TAP Value Added Scores Lancaster ISD TAP Value Added Scores Lancaster ISD

Teacher Retention Rate Lancaster ISD Teacher Retention Rate Lancaster ISD

Teacher Retention Rate Lancaster ISD Teacher Retention Rate Lancaster ISD

School Improvement Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD School Improvement Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD

TECHNOLOGY Lancaster ISD Alan Steel Chief Technology Officer TECHNOLOGY Lancaster ISD Alan Steel Chief Technology Officer

Technology Ø Goal 1 Resolve Technology requests within 24 hours Ø Use Eduphoria statistical Technology Ø Goal 1 Resolve Technology requests within 24 hours Ø Use Eduphoria statistical information Ø Maintain stock of most common hardware Ø Increase Technician to computer ratio Lancaster ISD

Technology Ø Goal 2 Enhance District Website Ø Utilize key communicators to provide current Technology Ø Goal 2 Enhance District Website Ø Utilize key communicators to provide current campus and department information Ø Expand teacher usage and class web pages including online homework submission Ø Establish an online store Ø Expand the use of video content Lancaster ISD

Technology Ø Goal 3 Increase Viable Technology Utilize the STa. R chart data to Technology Ø Goal 3 Increase Viable Technology Utilize the STa. R chart data to increase access to campus technology and build upon it Ø Utilize technology increase communication through areas identified in the Strategic Plan Ø Utilize the Technology Plan to guide technology within the classroom Ø Lancaster ISD

Technology Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD Technology Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD

Special Education Department A Service Not A Placement Lancaster ISD Patricia Wright, Director Special Education Department A Service Not A Placement Lancaster ISD Patricia Wright, Director

Special Education Team Director Intervention Specialist Assessment Specialist Ed. Diagnosticians School Psychologist Speech Supervisors Special Education Team Director Intervention Specialist Assessment Specialist Ed. Diagnosticians School Psychologist Speech Supervisors Speech Assistants Behavior Specialist Record Clerk Administrative Assistant Administrative Clerk Lancaster ISD

Special Education Campus Staff 17 Elementary Teachers 15 Para-professionals 12 Middle School Teachers 9 Special Education Campus Staff 17 Elementary Teachers 15 Para-professionals 12 Middle School Teachers 9 Para-professionals 10 High School Teachers 6 Para-professionals Lancaster ISD

Special Education Goals and Responsibilities Ø Ensure the special education program of Lancaster ISD Special Education Goals and Responsibilities Ø Ensure the special education program of Lancaster ISD is in compliance with state and federal regulations. Ø Ensure the implementation of a Continuum of Services for all identified special education students served in least restrictive environment. Lancaster ISD

Continuum of Service Homebound Specialized support TC, TU, BAC, VAC In Class Support Inclusion, Continuum of Service Homebound Specialized support TC, TU, BAC, VAC In Class Support Inclusion, Content Mastery, Resource General Education Mainstream Lancaster ISD

Special Education Goals and Responsibilities Compliance State Performance Plan SPP Indicators 6&7 LRE 3 Special Education Goals and Responsibilities Compliance State Performance Plan SPP Indicators 6&7 LRE 3 -5 Early Childhood Come Lancaster ISD Indicators 11 & 12 Timely Initial Evaluations Early Childhood Transition Timeline Indicators 13 & 14 Secondary Transition Post-school outcomes Grade 12 Year Out Follow-up

Special Education Goals and Responsibilities TAKS Passing Participation Year After Exit Discretionary Placement DAEP, Special Education Goals and Responsibilities TAKS Passing Participation Year After Exit Discretionary Placement DAEP, ISS, OSS Performance Based Monitoring PBMAS Dropout Rate and Graduation Rate Representation Identification Lancaster ISD LRE 3 -5 6 -11 12 -21

Special Education Goals and Responsibilities Ø Develop and implement an intervention system for students Special Education Goals and Responsibilities Ø Develop and implement an intervention system for students not mastering IEP goals and objectives in Middle and High School. Lancaster ISD

Special Education Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD Special Education Questions / Discussions Lancaster ISD