James Campbell High School HOME OF THE SABERS Up Student Achievement (focused and sustained action) NCLB HI HS Graduate GLO’S ESLR’S HS Redesign (HSTW / BREAKING RANKS) Rigor, Relevance, Relationships Stds. Based Learning Quality St. Support HCPS II (Comprehensive Guidance) Curr. Inst. Prog. Assess Methods Natl Initiatives Models State Talent Dev. School AVID Classrm CTE / SLC Nova.Net Credit Rec. Double Dose Certifications/ Internships USA Coordinated Team Work Resp. System Comm. Guidance Co-Curr Libr. Facilities Walk NTP Waiver School Gov. Partner (csss) Clubs Tech.Lab Thrus P/C Admin. PCNC Transition Athletics Fitness Cnt. SCBM SCBM Advisory SA Video Conf. Consultants Manage. PTA Gr.9 Success Class Closed Circuit Professional Steering SLC Academy TV Bus. Partners AVID Learning Sch. Calendar Counseling Community Bell System CSAP Campbell Career & College Center SQS Complex Advisor / Advisee SSIR Curr. Artic. Twilight School FOL Individual Success Plan Alumni Foundation JCHS Professional Dev. USA School wide Goals Safety Comprehensive Support Video Cameras, Phone Connect, Web Grader Literacy Classroom Instruction Attendance Interventions J-Curve Grading Technology Change Factors Structure Support Staff Development / Professional Learning Communities Teaching Strategies Monitoring -- Michael Fullan SLC Structure 9th Grade Academy: Talent Development 10th Grade Academy Arts and Communications Industrial & Engineering Technology Public and Human Services and Natural Resources Business and Health Services Classes meet every day Teachers teach 90 students daily Teachers have one period for staff dev., etc. Professional Learning Community Ongoing professional learning community Embedded in work day Flexibility of swapping NTP with Prep.period Consultants Meetings Inputting of data for Web Grader Student Work, common assessments Schoolwide Strategies: C – I - A Walk throughs, Action Plans Curriculum maps,etc. Sharing of lesson plans Rigor and relevance Develop teacher leaders Safety Nets: System of Support Smaller Learning Communities/Academies Positive Behavior Support (PBS) Double dose in Reading and Math Credit club After School Tutoring Transition Center AVID NOVA.NET Twilight School Read 180, Achieve 3000 Cognitive Tutor Report Card Conferences PYRAMID OF INTERVENTIONS: System of Support Mission: Learning – “Success for All” Placement Not merely “Opportunity to learn” Counselor Watch Summer Bridge Course --Richard DuFour Advisor/Advisee Program Counselor Check-in Program Freshman Orientation Day Talent Development and AVID Freshman Big Brother/Big Sister Program Participation in Co-Curricular Activities Frequent Monitoring of Student Progress Providing Extra Time and Support for Students Who Experience Difficulty Conferencing and Optional Tutoring Mandatory Tutoring Program Guided Study Program Mentor Program Twilight School Cultural Shifts Co-Teaching Approaches (Shared Instructional Responsibility For a Group of Students) One Teach One Observe Station Teaching Parallel Teaching One Teacher Teaches, One Teacher Observes. Both Teachers agree upon what to observe and together analyze the data/information. Teachers Divide content and students Each Teacher teaches a concept to the group. Third station can be organized for independent practice. The teachers are both teaching the same information but divide the class in two groups. This approach allows for greater supervision of the learning and small groups so students have more opportunity to respond. P. Laney 2008 Co-Teaching Approaches (Shared Instructional Responsibility For a Group of Students) Alternative Teaching Teaming One Teach One Assist Occasions arise when several students need specialized instruction based on assessment on data review. One teacher take the responsibility for the larger group while the other teacher takes the small group Remedial, Enrichment and PRE-TEACH Both Teachers deliver the same instruction at the same time. Tag team teaching Most teachers consider this the most complex co-teaching approach and is based on style of each partner One person is responsible for teaching while the other teacher circulates through the room providing assistance to students. Monitoring: Standards Based Grading J curve vs. bell curve Extended time “Incomplete” Grade Extended school year – summer --Nova.net --Teacher assisted make up work Set policies, e.g. Suma and Cum laude deadlines Monitoring Systemic Intervention Plan 2 Week Grade Checks Tutoring – classroom embedded afterschool Saturday – Credit Club Guided Study Individual Success Plan Report Card Conferences Phone Connect Online Grader Monitoring Walk-throughs Interviews with Students Monitoring Progress of the Strategic Plan School Quality Survey Evaluations Parent Nights Professional Development Accreditation HSTW Technical Visit SLC Grant Site Visitors Report Card Conferences, 9th Grade Talent Development, Non Teaching Period Monitor Data 11th Grade CTBS Score Fall and winter 2007 Gain years of 1.7 or 1.5 9th Grade Results…. 9th Grade Pre-Post Test Results (CTBS) Aug. to Dec. 2005 Below 7th Gr: 253 to 146 7-8.9 Gr: 138 to 97 9+ Gr: 138 to 283 9th Grade Algebra 1 Pass Rates 2002-03: 92@79% 2004-05: firstname.lastname@example.org% H.S.A. Comparison of AVID 04 Comparison from 8th and 10th grade scores Avid School Reading Total AVID 8th Gr. School Exceeds 0% 1% +19% Meets 37% 23% +19% Math Exceeds 0% 1% +7% Meets 13% 8% +10% Avid School Change Change Total 10th 32% 10th 20% +32% 57% 41% +20% 5% 8% +5% 32% 18% +19% AVID 2008-2009 49 of 51 (96%) Exceeded Reading 32 of 51 (63%) Exceeded Math School Wide 60% Exceeded Reading 38% Exceeded Math Over the years there has been a steady increase in both school and AVID scores. Pass Rate 90% Pass Rate of English 1 of Freshmen 70% Pass Rate of Algebra 1 of Freshmen SAT Reading: 800, 750 highest scorers SAT Math: 800,790, 760 highest scorers H.S. A. Math 27% Met H.S. A. Reading 64% Met Avid Average Total Change (Reading) 38.92 AVID Average Total Change (Math) 39.91 Other Performance Results. . . . February 28, 2007 AVID DEMONSTRATION SITE 2700 AVID Schools 1 of 80 Demonstration Schools in NATION James Campbell H.S. AVID QuickTime™ and a H.264 decompressor are needed to see this picture. If movie does not play CLICK HERE Summer Bridge Upward Bound Program with Leeward Community College University of California, Berkeley -- Free Summer 2008 Sophomores Rigorous coursework and Outstanding Grades: Pre-Calculus B Computers A Senior English B Chemistry A-, A+ English A, A+ Calculus A Upward Bound Summer Program Nicole Fleming University of California, Berkeley Upward Bound Summer Program Pre-Calculus B Computers A Senior English B Jan Jeric R. Mahilum University of California, Berkeley Upward Bound Program, Summer 2008 Chemistry AEnglish A Calculus C+ Robert Firme, Jr. University of California, Berkeley Upward Bound Program, Summer 2008 Calculus A English A+ Chemistry A+ Video Productions February 2007 State Tech Conference Video Champions FIRST PLACE WINNERS 2008 10 Awards for Video Productions Saber Media Samples (8 min) QuickTime™ and a H.264 decompressor are needed to see this picture. If movie does not play CLICK HERE Graphic Communications National Geico Poster Winner Jan Takamatsu #1 in Nation Graphics Program of Study QuickTime™ and a Motion JPEG A decompressor are needed to see this picture. If movie does not play CLICK HERE CAREER TECHNICAL EDUCATION National Competition in Culinary Arts (2007) National Competition in Interview (2007) National Competition in Automotive (2005) STATE Competition Winners in Future Farmers of America History Day Winners Documentary on North / South Korea Competing in Nationals Robotics/Engineering Top honors and awards Most recently, December 4-6, 2008: Engineering skills, team work, and critical thinking Innovation Award STEM Award – program development, people involvement Excellence Award—review of all aspects of robotics and engineering program World Quest Competition Team 2008 First place Winners in State competition of public and private schools. Against 65 teams Answers to rounds of challenging questions on international topics, including current events, water, biotechnology and genetics, and transnational crime. Science / Math NATIONAL Institute of Health Internship National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Internship Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science Internship STATE SCIENCE FAIR WINNERS UH ENGINEERING FAIR WINNERS Science Department Awards Awards and Accomplishments Description Month and Year Teacher Travel Award to the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) for 2008 – Marites Barangan Hawaiian Academy of Science – Science Teacher of the March 2008 First Place – Trip to International Science & Engineering Fair in Atlanta, Georgia in May – Marifel Barbasa Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair Feb. 2008 Third Place – Ronald Firme and David Cao Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair Feb. 2008 Best of Category – Behavioral & Social Sciences and American Psychological Award – Timari Matsuda Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair Feb. 2008 Best of Category –Biochemistry – Xuxhyll Ann Roman & Clarrizze Milton Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair Feb. 2008 Best of Category – Cellular & Molecular Biology and U.S. Air Force Award – Marifel Barbasa Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair Feb. 2008 Best of Category- Microbiology and Ricoh Corporation Award and U.S. Air Force Award – David Cao & Robert Firma Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair Feb. 2008 Society for In Vitro Biology – Tiffany Lastimosa Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair Feb. 2008 Year Atlanta, GA UH Summer Research Apprentice Program – Tiffany Lastimosa, Marifel Barbasa, Jessica Ullegue National Institutes of Health National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science Summer 2007 Medical Apprenticeship Program – Kayla Liwai Hooulu/ Harvard Medical Apprenticeship Program Summer 2007 Category –Medicine & Health – University of Hawaii School of Medicine, Women’s Health Award- Tiffany Lastimosa Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2007 Category- Animal Science - Hawaii Aquaculture Assn Award - Jester Galiza and Jay-Jay Agnir Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2007 Category – Physics and Astronomy Air Force Research Laboratory Award & Certificate = Xuchyll Ann Roman Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2007 Category-Engineering Joe Ritt and Naomi May Hawaii Academy of Science Best Team Award, and Trip to International Science –and Engineering Fair May 2007- N. Mexico, and HPU 50% Tuition, and Chevron Award of Excellence, Hawaii Dept. of Transportation Award, and National Society of Professional Engineers Award with pin and subscription, and Society of American Military Engineers Honolulu Award Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2007 Grand Prize-Individual - Second PlacePlant Science- Katelyn Tamashiro Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair February 2007 Grand Prize-Team - Second PlaceEngineering- Cameron Lind and Matthew Masifilo Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair February 2007 Best of Category – Engineering: Electrical & Mechanical and Herbert Hoover Young Engineer Award and U.S. Air Force Award - Cameron Lind and Matthew Masifilo Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair February 2007 Best of Category – Plant Science and U.S. Air Force Award– Katelyn Tamashiro Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair February 2007 Campbell High School Science Fair December2006 UH Summer Research Apprentice Program – Tiffany Lastimosa, National Institutes of Health National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases Charles R. Drew University of Medicine & Science Summer 2006 Dept. of Environmental Services and Hawaii State Dept. of Business, Economic Dev. & Tourism and Navy League of the US, Honolulu Council and Tesoro-Energy Awards – Matthew Masifilo Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2006 Trusty Productions - Cherilyn Visarra Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2006 Dept. of Health, Safe Drinking Water Branch -Jester P. Galiza Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2006 American Society of Safety Engineers, Hawaii Chapter- Krystle Julio Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2006 American Society of Heating Refrigerating & AC Engineers- Cameron Skyler Lind Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2006 Best of Category – Biochemistry – Daisy Ramos and Erica Suzuki Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair February 2006 RICOH Corporation Award – Matthew Masifilo Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair February 2006 U.S. Air Force Award – Cameron Lind Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair February 2006 Stockholm Junior Water Prize – Jester Galiza Leeward District Science & Engineering Fair February 2006 Semi-Finalist HSSEF and American Chemical Society, Hawaii Section and Hawaii Agricultural Research Center and Gamma Sigma Delta, Honor Society of Agriculture and Hawaii Veterinary Medical Assn.- Dairy Ramos and Erica Suzuki Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2005 American Industrial Hygiene Assn and Engineers and Architects of Hawaii and American Society of Heating Refrigerating and AC Engineers and Consulting Engineers Council, Hawaii Chapter - Cameron Lind Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2005 Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Assn – Second Place Research and US Army, Tripler Army Medical Center and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers – Nicolas Lennox Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2005 Friends of Honolulu Botanical Gardens – Llana Ganal Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2005 Hawaii Optometric Assn – Karen Murphy Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2005 Hawaii State Dept. of Business, Economic Development and Tourism-Energy Division – April Tungpalan Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2005 US Army, Tripler Army Medical Center – Patrick Limos Hawaii State Science & Engineering Fair April 2005 Language Arts ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS YEARBOOK Competition Winners (2007-08 SY) “Best in Photography” “Best in Layout” Prepare for College; Succeed in College and Careers 19 Advanced Placement courses (up from 7) 385 Tested 2007-08 International Baccalaureate Pre AP Courses from 9th Grade 7.4 million in scholarships 74% to two-four year colleges from 57% in 2000 Honolulu Community College Math 20 & Eng. 20 Running Start and College classes on campus: – – History 151 Drama 140 Speech Communication Theatre Be good citizens RSVP: Raising Student Voice and Participation Student Activities Clubs Athletics Service Learning Power to Choose Adult Friends Integrity, character, safety Graduation Results 1999 2004-05 05-06 06-07 07-08 Total # of Seniors 388 419 446 545 % of Diploma grads 94.5% 95.9% 96.9% 99% % of school completers 86.4% 96.9% 97.1% 99.1% Scholarships CLASS of 2007 $7.5 million CLASS OF 2008 $6.5 million 2003 College Board’s National Merit Scholar Cary Kawamoto 2003 National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students – A National Merit Scholarship Program • Jocylynn B. Stephenson Al Neuharth Free Spirit Scholarship & Conference •Kristen Kimokeo 2009 College Board Scholars Aslei Dixon scored in the top 4% of the Black Americans to qualify for the National Achievement Scholarship. Paul Carboni recognized as a Commended Scholar in the 2009 National Merit Scholarship Program. High Scorers on SAT SAT College Board Scores Arthur Rapha Quintinita Reading 670 Math 740 Writing 680 Paul Carboni Reading 800 Math 650 Writing 690 Christian Putegnat Reading 600 Math 790 Writing 690 Katelyn Tamashiro Reading 750 Math 650 Writing 620 2003, 2007, 2008 Meadow Gold Boat Contest Winners HOPE Inspiration Programs of James Campbell High School 2008 International Baccalaureate High School Academy of International Studies: World Languages: Japanese, Chinese, French, Spanish, Hawaiian AVID National Demonstration Site NASSP Breakthrough School Pathways to College Network Ninth Grade Talent Development Academy Tenth Grade Talent Development AcademyCareer and Technical Education Pathways (Certificates of Mastery) Arts and Communications Small Learning Community Business/Health SLC Public Human Services/Natural Resources SLC Agri Business Learning Center Industrial Engineering Technology Building and Construction Academy Pre Engineering Academy A+/Netprep Certification 3-D AutoCad JNROTC distinguished Unit with Honors HIEST Academy High Schools that Work Robotics Online Learning Raising Student voice and Participation(RSVP) Saber Graphics Saber Productions Saber Grill Running Start/Jump Start On campus college courses About Face Internships Electronic Portfolios (Chalk and Wire) After school and Saturday Credit Club Tutorial Guided Study in school day Inclusion Achieve 3000, Read 180 Cognitive Tutor “I Can” Math Phone Connect Web Grader Performance Pathways (curriculum mapper) Exemplary Teaching/Learning, Care, Personalization SKILLS, ATTITUDES, KNOWLEDGE Agriculture Learning Center QuickTime™ and a Motion JPEG A decompressor are needed to see this picture. If movie does not play CLICK HERE Arne Duncan New U.S. Secretary of Education --Chicago Public Schools Superintendent third-largest public school system in the U.S. --Worked well with the teacher union while undertaking back-to-basics reform and restructuring where schools were failing. --supporter of early childhood education, Washington Post. --Urged Congress to retain accountability requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act. “Our children have just one chance to get a quality education, and they need and deserve the absolute best. While there are no simple answers, I know from experience that when you focus on basics, like reading and math, and when you embrace innovative new approaches and when you create a professional climate to attract great teachers, you can create great schools.” --Arne Duncan Group Work What are two practices you plan to initiate in your school? For each practice, include a gap analysis – Explain the need for the practice What would each practice “look like” in your school setting? Include teacher preparation, resources needed, monitoring and assessment policies, procedures, practices.