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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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Station
Teaching
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Parallel
Teaching
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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
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Teaming
One Teach
One Assist
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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
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Monitoring
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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
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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….
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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: [email protected]%
2004-05: [email protected]%
H.S.A. Comparison of AVID 04
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Comparison from 8th and 10th grade scores
Avid School
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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
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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
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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
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Summer Bridge Upward Bound
Program with Leeward
Community College
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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
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University of California, Berkeley
Upward Bound Summer Program
Pre-Calculus B
Computers A
Senior English B
Jan Jeric R. Mahilum
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University of California, Berkeley
Upward Bound Program, Summer 2008
Chemistry AEnglish A
Calculus C+
Robert Firme, Jr.
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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)
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Graphic Communications
National Geico Poster Winner
Jan Takamatsu
#1 in Nation
Graphics Program of Study
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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
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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:
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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
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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
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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
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Aslei Dixon scored in the top 4% of the
Black Americans to qualify for the
National Achievement Scholarship.
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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.
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