1
Abraham Lincoln ES, Indianapolis
# of Students
804
Grades
K-5
% Free / Reduced
57%
% Minority
32%
Locale
Large City
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Math Computation
Reading Comprehension
Attendance
Character Builders
Parent Involvement
Performance Improvement
66.0
4.9
1
2
Attica Elementary School, Attica
# of Students
514
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
39%
% Minority
2%
Locale
Small Town
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
Big Block Literacy
Attendance for Success
Safe & Disciplined
Learning Enviornment
Performance Improvement
77.0
3.4
2
Break-o-Day Elementary, New Whiteland
# of Students
477
Grades
1-4
% Free / Reduced
45%
% Minority
11%
Locale
Rural
Performance Improvement
81.8
3
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Schoolwide Remediation
Parent Workshops
Bully Policy
Attendance Referral
Policy
Personalized Learning
Software
1.4
3
4
Carlisle ES & Jr. High School, Carlisle
# of Students
Grades
310
PK – 8
% Free / Reduced
47%
% Minority
3%
Locale
Urban Fringe
Performance Improvement
70.2
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Math Instruction
Science Instruction
Cooperative Learning
Parent Involvement
Technology Integration
Character Education
2.6
4
5
Center for Inquiry, Indianapolis
# of Students
n/a
Grades
K-8
% Free / Reduced
66%
% Minority
66%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
79.7
3.7
5
6
Chandler Elementary School, Chandler
# of Students
636
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
42%
% Minority
4%
Locale
Urban Fringe
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
After School Computers
Goal Setting for Life
KEYS (Reading Comp)
Standards for Mastery
TEAMS
Performance Improvement
82.3
1.1
6
Clinton Young Elem School, Indianapolis
# of Students
719
Grades
K-5
% Free / Reduced
75%
% Minority
41%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
79.7
3.7
7
7
8
Cold Spring School, Indianapolis
# of Students
314
Grades
K-8
% Free / Reduced
86%
% Minority
95%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
55.8
9.3
8
9
Creekside Elementary School, Franklin
# of Students
653
Grades
K-5
% Free / Reduced
33%
% Minority
8%
Locale
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
Learning Skills
Extra Help
Safety Squad
Rural
Performance Improvement
90.2
1.5
9
10
Edgar H. Evans Academy, Indianapolis
# of Students
192
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
87%
% Minority
92%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
55.9
6.0
10
11
Ernie Pyle School 90, Indianapolis
# of Students
345
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
86%
% Minority
81%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
62.2 16.4
11
12
Floro Torrence School 83, Indianapolis
# of Students
393
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
83%
% Minority
95%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
57.1
6.0
12
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Francis W. Parker School 56, Indianapolis
# of Students
344
Grades
K-8
% Free / Reduced
88%
% Minority
90%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
78.9
2.0
13
14
Fremont Middle School, Fremont
# of Students
401
Grades
5-8
% Free / Reduced
31%
% Minority
2%
Locale
Rural
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Differentiated Instruction
Consistent Behavior Plan
Safety Procedures
Parent Involvement
Performance Improvement
76.2
2.2
14
George H. Fisher School 93, Indianapolis
# of Students
367
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
76%
% Minority
91%
Locale
Large City
Performance Improvement
64.0
15
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
6+1 Trait Writing
Benchmark Assessment
Lesson Studies
Parent Liaison
TESA
Principal Walkthroughs
6.6
15
16
Grandview Elem School, Connersville
# of Students
359
Grades
PK-6
% Free / Reduced
60%
% Minority
5%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Small Town
Performance Improvement
77.5
5.6
16
Harriet B. Stowe Sch 64, Indianapolis
# of Students
325
Grades
PK-6
% Free / Reduced
94%
% Minority
75%
Locale
Large City
Performance Improvement
45.0 15.6
17
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
6+1 Trait Writing
Benchmark Assessment
Lesson Studies
Parent Liaison
Principal Walkthroughs
Calendar Math
Common Planning Time
Critical Vocabulary
Fluency Program
Increase Social Services
Open Response Question
17
Power Writing
18
Hauser Jr-Sr High School, Hope
# of Students
548
Grades
7-12
% Free / Reduced
32%
% Minority
3%
Locale
Rural
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Extra Instruction
Mental Models
Mentor / SAP Program
Reading Initiative
Performance Improvement
73.8
3.0
18
Hazel H. Hendricks Sch 37, Indianapolis
# of Students
305
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
83%
% Minority
94%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
63.4
9.7
19
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20
James A. Garfield Sch 37, Indianapolis
# of Students
804
Grades
K-5
% Free / Reduced
95%
% Minority
32%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
71.0
3.6
20
21
Lanesville Elementary School, Lanesville
# of Students
327
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
18%
% Minority
6%
Locale
Rural
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Align Curriculum with
State Standards
Standards Based
Reporting
Lesson Design
Behavior Management
Performance Improvement
81.4
2.0
21
Lanesville Jr-Sr High School, Lanesville
# of Students
320
Grades
7-12
% Free / Reduced
13%
% Minority
4%
Locale
Rural
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Differentiated Instruction
Student-led Conferences
Bullying Prevention
Teacher Advisor Program
Performance Improvement
76.3
22
6.7
22
23
Laville Elementary School, Laville
# of Students
694
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
31%
% Minority
8%
Locale
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
English Curriculum
Alignment
Adopt-a-Student
Rural
Performance Improvement
81.0
5.9
23
24
Lew Wallace School 107, Indianapolis
# of Students
482
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
87%
% Minority
93%
Locale
Large City
Performance Improvement
66.8
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
6+1 Trait Writing
Benchmark Assessment
Lesson Studies
Parent Liaison
TESA
Principal Walkthrough
Early Childhood Prep.
6.8
24
25
Lincoln Middle School, Logansport
# of Students
573
Grades
6-8
% Free / Reduced
44%
% Minority
24$
Locale
Small Town
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Frequent Assessment
Extra Help
Eng as New Language
Multi-Age Classroom
Performance Improvement
69.1
3.3
25
Lincoln Sr. High School, Cambridge City
# of Students
366
Grades
9-12
% Free / Reduced
29%
% Minority
1%
Locale
Rural
Performance Improvement
77.8
26
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
English Curriculum Map
Writing Across Curric.
Learning Structure Instr.
Homeroom Help
Applied Skills Questions
Mentoring Program
Faculty Mentoring and
Guidance
5.7
26
Louis B. Russell Jr. Sch 48, Indianapolis
# of Students
375
Grades
PK-6
% Free / Reduced
92%
% Minority
94%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
66.3 10.9
27
27
New Harmony Elem & HS, New Harmony
# of Students
Grades
206
PK-12
% Free / Reduced
33%
% Minority
2%
Locale
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
Frequent Assessment
Student-led Conference
Rural
Performance Improvement
70.8
6.2
28
28
29
North Daviess Jr-Sr HS, Elnora
# of Students
492
Grades
7-12
% Free / Reduced
36%
% Minority
1%
Locale
1.
2.
Rural
Performance Improvement
77.1
STRATEGIES
3.
Getting Real
(student engagement)
Homework
a. Monitoring
b. Consequences
c. Parent notification
Teacher web-blog
2.0
29
30
Northview Middle School, Indianapolis
# of Students
783
STRATEGIES
Grades
6-8
% Free / Reduced
54%
InSAI
Planning
Year
% Minority
68%
Locale
Large City
Performance Improvement
72.6
2.3
30
31
Orleans Jr-Sr High School, Orleans
# of Students
393
Grades
7-12
% Free / Reduced
35%
% Minority
2%
Locale
1.
2.
3.
Rural
Performance Improvement
73.8
STRATEGIES
4.
5.
6.
Incentive Program
Peer Tutoring
Additional Career Major
(natural resources)
Activity Based Learning
Peer Tutoring
Parent Involvement
2.1
31
32
Otwell Elementary School, Otwell
# of Students
209
Grades
PK-5
% Free / Reduced
34%
% Minority
3%
Locale
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
Curriculum alignment
Frequent assessment
Extra time / extra help
Rural
Performance Improvement
84.0
1.2
32
33
Pacers Academy, Indianapolis
# of Students
41
Grades
6-8
% Free / Reduced
73%
% Minority
71%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
26.0
6.6
33
Petersburg Elementary Sch., Petersburg
# of Students
464
Grades
PK-5
% Free / Reduced
37%
% Minority
2%
Locale
Small Town
Performance Improvement
80.4
34
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Curriculum Alignment
Benchmark Tests
Transitional First Grade
Distance Learning
Group Guidance
Monthly Writing Prompts
Parent Communication
4.6
34
35
Pike Central High School, Petersburg
# of Students
670
Grades
9-12
% Free / Reduced
29%
% Minority
1%
Locale
Rural
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
Performance Improvement
76.5
6.9
4.
5.
6.
7.
Curriculum alignment
Specialized
Concentration in ISTEP
Competencies
Tutoring in Core Subject
Areas (with
transportation)
Effective Writing
Personal Ed. Plan (PEP)
Distance Learning
Community Alliance
Refining Education
35
36
Pike Central Middle School, Petersburg
# of Students
477
Grades
6-8
% Free / Reduced
36%
% Minority
2%
Locale
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
Quarterly Assessments
After School Tutoring
Student Attendance
Rural
Performance Improvement
71.4
3.2
36
37
Ralph Waldo Emerson 58, Indianapolis
# of Students
287
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
87%
% Minority
58%
Locale
Large City
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6+1 Trait Writing Model
Benchmark Assessment
Lesson Studies
Parent Involvement
Principal Walkthrough
Performance Improvement
74.5
6.5
37
38
Raymond F. Brandes 65, Indianapolis
# of Students
288
STRATEGIES
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
92%
% Minority
51%
InSAI
Planning
Year
Locale
Large City
Performance Improvement
68.6
7.4
38
39
Riverside School 44, Indianapolis
# of Students
386
Grades
PK-6
% Free / Reduced
94%
% Minority
78%
Locale
Large City
Performance Improvement
59.5
5.5
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
6+1 Writing Trait Model
Benchmark Assessments
Lesson Studies
Parent Involvement
Principal Walkthroughs
District Attendance Policy
Rules / Discipline Policy
Math Problem Solving
Use Computers / Internet
Career Day
39
40
Rousseau McClellan Sch 91, Indianapolis
# of Students
453
Grades
K-8
% Free / Reduced
61%
% Minority
69%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
81.1
9.4
40
41
Rushville Elementary School, Rushville
# of Students
780
Grades
PK-6
% Free / Reduced
46%
% Minority
6%
Locale
Small Town
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Schoolwide Focus on
Standards
Early Bird Study Time
Four Blocks – First Grade
Building Blocks
Performance Improvement
72.1
3.4
41
42
Sawmill Woods ES, New Whiteland
# of Students
490
Grades
K-1
% Free / Reduced
37%
% Minority
10%
Locale
Urban Fringe
Performance Improvement
81.8
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Diagnostic Testing in the
Classroom
Remediation / Enrichment
for Students
Faculty Sharing of Best
Practices
Summer Skills Packet
Building Parent
Involvement
1.4
42
43
Shortridge Middle School, Indianapolis
# of Students
786
Grades
7-8
% Free / Reduced
80%
% Minority
89%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
60.5
4.8
43
44
South Whitley Elem Sch, South Whitley
# of Students
474
Grades
PK-5
% Free / Reduced
25%
% Minority
2%
Locale
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
Differentiated Instruction
Tutoring Program
Rural
Performance Improvement
81.6
2.8
44
45
Taylor Intermediate School, Kokomo
# of Students
248
Grades
4-5
% Free / Reduced
40%
% Minority
16%
Locale
Rural
Performance Improvement
76.7
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
After School Homework
Friday School Program
Focus on Math Facts
Reinforce Reading Comp
Summer Packets
Mentoring Program
Personal & Class Goals
Parent Involvement
4.6
45
Tell City Junior High School, Tell City
# of Students
373
Grades
6-8
% Free / Reduced
35%
% Minority
2%
Locale
Small Town
Performance Improvement
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
77.9
2.7
46
7.
8.
Student Success Process
– Remediation
Remediation Software
Schoolwide Writing
Schoolwide Essay
Contest
Accelerated Reading /
Reading Renaissance
Reading Across the
Curriculum
Gender Specific Classes
Teacher Mentoring /
46
Buddy Program
47
Theodore Potter Sch 74, Indianapolis
# of Students
337
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
85%
% Minority
73%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
67.0 10.1
47
Timothy Johnson Academy, Fort Wayne
# of Students
224
Grades
K-8
% Free / Reduced
92%
% Minority
98%
Locale
Mid City
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
Behavior Management
Clear Definition of
Indiana State Standards
Technology in the
Classroom
Performance Improvement
26.2
7.0
48
48
49
Union Elementary School, Modoc
# of Students
254
Grades
K-6
% Free / Reduced
50%
% Minority
1%
Locale
Rural
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Extra Help During Recess
Extended Day
Kindergarten
Hands On Lessons
Study Guides / Review
Activities
Performance Improvement
74.2
2.2
49
50
Washington Irving Sch 14, Indianapolis
# of Students
643
Grades
PK-6
% Free / Reduced
92%
% Minority
78%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
66.8
4.4
50
51
Webb Elementary School, Franklin
# of Students
405
Grades
K-5
% Free / Reduced
37%
% Minority
7%
Locale
Urban Fringe
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
Seven Keys to Reading
Comprehension
Power Writing
Experience Corps /
Tutoring
Performance Improvement
79.5
6.1
51
West Side Jr. High School, East Chicago
# of Students
497
Grades
7-8
% Free / Reduced
92%
% Minority
97%
Locale
Urban Fringe
Performance Improvement
58.0
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
After School Tutoring in
Math
After School Tutoring in
Writing
After School Book Club
Perfect Attendance
Incentives
6.1
52
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Whiteland Elementary School, Whiteland
# of Students
572
Grades
2-4
% Free / Reduced
33%
% Minority
8%
Locale
Urban Fringe
Performance Improvement
80.2
53
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
After School Tutoring
Differentiated Instruction
Summer Packet with
Parent Information
Community Circles (Team
Building Discussions)
Using Technology for
Instruction
1.0
53
William Tell Elementary School, Tell City
# of Students
718
Grades
PK-5
% Free / Reduced
45%
% Minority
5%
Locale
Rural
STRATEGIES
1.
2.
3.
4.
Performance Improvement
5.
74.2
2.9
54
Science Alignment with
Standards
Science & Literature
Interdisciplinary Initiative
6+1 Traits Writing Model
Accelerated Math –
extend to 1st Grade
Student Success Process
(assessment and
remediation)
54
55
Winchester Village ES, Indianapolis
# of Students
538
Grades
K-5
% Free / Reduced
78%
% Minority
41$
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Large City
Performance Improvement
69.1
7.6
55
56
Woodlawn Elementary School, Monticello
# of Students
247
Grades
K-5
% Free / Reduced
56%
% Minority
19%
Locale
STRATEGIES
InSAI
Planning
Year
Small Town
Performance Improvement
74.0
3.2
56
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