Thank you for being
here tonight!
Introductions
• Kindergarten Teachers
• 1st Grade Teachers
• 2nd Grade Teachers
• 3rd Grade Teachers
• 4th Grade Teachers
• 5th Grade Teachers
• Academic Specialists
• Specialists
• Instructional Assistants
Asheboro City Schools
Board of Education
Dr. Terry Worrell
Superintendent
Asheboro City Schools
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
A system of excellence where
EVERY student graduates,
globally competitive and
READY for careers, college,
and citizenship.
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
By 2016, 90 percent or more of
ACS students will graduate with
the skills needed to succeed as
21st century learners, workers,
and citizens.
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
Subgroup
All Students
White
Black
Hispanic
Rate
86.1%
88.1%
83.0%
82.7%
Economically
Disadvantaged
Limited English Proficient
Students with Disabilities
Academically Gifted
87.1%
...the subject is excellence!
66.7%
70.6%
>95%
Asheboro City Schools
2013 Proficiency
2014 Proficiency
2013 Target
2014 Target
100.0%
90.0%
80.0%
70.0%
60.0%
50.0%
40.0%
30.0%
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
All
Black
Hispanic
...the subject is excellence!
MR
White
EDS
LEP
SWD
AIG
Asheboro City Schools
2013 Proficiency
2014 Proficiency
2013 Target
2014 Target
100.0%
90.0%
80.0%
70.0%
60.0%
50.0%
40.0%
30.0%
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
All
Black
Hispanic
...the subject is excellence!
MR
White
EDS
LEP
SWD
AIG
Asheboro City Schools
2013 Proficiency
2014 Proficiency
2013 Target
2014 Target
100.0%
90.0%
80.0%
70.0%
60.0%
50.0%
40.0%
30.0%
20.0%
10.0%
0.0%
All
Black
Hispanic
...the subject is excellence!
MR
White
EDS
LEP
SWD
AIG
Asheboro City Schools
2013-2014
School Name
College &
Career Ready
Performance
Composite
Grade Level
Proficiency
Performance
Composite
NC READY and
Federal AMOs
ELEMENTARY
SCHOOLS
Balfour Elementary
McCrary Elementary
Loflin Elementary
Teachey Elementary
Lindley Park Elementary
28.8
42.3
21 of 31 (67.7%)
28.1
39.2
18 of 29 (62.1%)
28.7
39.7
14 of 25 (56.0%)
48.6
59.5
29 of 31 (93.5%)
43.0
53.2
26 of 30 (86.7%)
MIDDLE SCHOOLS
North Asheboro Middle
South Asheboro Middle
32.5
41.9
29 of 43 (67.4%)
35.6
43.5
30 of 48 (62.5%)
35.1
45.3
56 of 79 (70.9%)
35.1
45.1
89 of 135 (65.9%)
HIGH SCHOOL
Asheboro High School
DISTRICT
Asheboro City Schools
...the subject is excellence!
Exceeded
Expected
Growth
Met Expected
Growth
Did Not Meet
Expected
Growth
Asheboro City Schools
1.
Engage each student
•
21st century skills (4 Cs—communication,
collaboration, critical thinking, creativity)
Problem-based learning
Global awareness
Student safety and
security
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•
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
• Laptops for students in grades 4 -12
• New devices at AHS this year
• Annual digital expo (April 1, 2015)
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
2. Assess for Learning
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Academic proficiency in core curriculum
Consistent use of performance rubrics
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
3. Improve Achievement
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District literacy plan developed
Intervention strategy for struggling readers
Accelerated course added to middle school
Credit by Demonstrated Mastery
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
4. Create Opportunities
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Opportunities for parent’s to support
their child’s education
Business, community, and higher
education partnerships
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
5. Build Capacity
•
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Professional and leadership
development
Performance evaluation
Teacher Leadership Academy Cohort 4
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
• Read with your child
• Ask your child questions
about their day
• Attend parent teacher
conferences
• Attend parent nights to
learn about school initiatives
...the subject is excellence!
Asheboro City Schools
...the subject is excellence!
Welcome to (Bienvenidos a)
McCrary Elementary School
Annual Public Meeting(Reunión Anual Pública)
September 25, 2014
What is Title I?
¿Qué es el Título I?
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Title I is a federal
program that provides
financial assistance to
help ensure that all
students meet state
academic standards.
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Título I es un programa
federal que proporciona
asistencia financiera
para ayudar a
garantizar que todos los
alumnos cumplan con
las normas académicas
del estado.
McCrary Elementary is a Title I School
McCrary Elementary es Título I.
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McCrary Elementary uses
Title I funds to operate a
schoolwide program.
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Schoolwide programs allow
Title I funds to be used to
serve ALL children in the
school.
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Operating a schoolwide
program allows more
flexibility in the way
schools use Title I funds.
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McCrary Elementary usa fondos de
Título I para realizar programas en
“todo el sistema escolar.”
Los programas “de todo el sistema
escolar” permiten que los fondos del
programa Título I, sean utilizados
para servir a TODOS los niños en la
escuela.
Realizando programas “ de todo el
sistema escolar” permite mayor
flexibilidad en la manera en como las
escuelas usan los fondos del
programa Título I.
Title I Funds Support Our Students
Los Fondos de Título I Apoyan a Nuestros
Alumnos
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Additional personnel to reduce
class sizes
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Additional personnel for lead
teachers to support instruction
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Professional development for
staff
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Additional funds for parent
involvement
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Additional funds for School
Social Worker
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Personal adicional para reducir
el tamaño de las clases
Personal adicional para
liderazgo de maestros en el
apoyo instructivo
Desarrollo profesional para el
Personal
Fondos adicionales para la
participación de los padres
Highly Qualified Teaching Staff
Maestros Altamente Calificados
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Title I schools must have
teachers and teacher
assistants that are highly
qualified.
To be highly qualified,
teachers must be licensed by
the state, fully certified, and
able to demonstrate
competence in the subjects
they teach.
McCrary Elementary’s
teaching staff is 100% highly
qualified!
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Las escuelas Título I deben tener
maestros y asistentes de maestros
altamente calificados.
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Para ser altamente calificados se
debe tener una licencia del estado,
con certificación total, y poder
demostrar competencia en el la
materia enseñada.
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McCrary Elementary tiene el 100% de
maestros altamente calificados!
Parents Right-to-Know
Padres con derecho a información
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Parents may request
information about the
professional qualifications of
your child’s teachers.
Parents will be notified if a
child is being taught by a
teacher who is not
considered “highly-qualified.”
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Los padres pueden solicitar
información sobre las cualificaciones
profesionales de los maestros de sus
niños.
Los padres recibirán aviso si alguno
de sus niños está siendo enseñado
por un maestro/a que no está
“altamente calificado/a.”
Parents as Partners
Padres de Familia como Socios
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Follow the School-Parent
Compact
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Attend parent nights
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Maintain contact with your
child’s teacher
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Read with your child at
home
Seguir el Acuerdo entre la
Escuela y los Padres
Asistir a las reuniones de
noche de padres
Mantener comunicación
con los maestros de sus
niños
Waivers to the NCLB Law
Exenciones a la Ley NCLB
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North Carolina submitted a
request to waive some
provisions of the No Child Left
Behind (NCLB) law.
US Department of Education
approved the request on May
29, 2012.
The waivers allow states more
flexibility in helping students to
meet higher achievement
standards.
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Carolina del Norte presentó una
solicitud para una exención para
evitar algún suministro de la ley que
Ningún Niño se Quede Atrás (NCLB).
El Departamento de Educación aprobó
la solicitud el 29 de Mayo, 2012.
Las exenciones le permiten a los
estados mayor flexibilidad para
ayudar a los alumnos a cumplir con
normas de desempeño superiores.
Key Changes
Cambios Claves
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Schools will no longer be
measured on Adequate
Yearly Progress.
Schools will no longer be
identified with a “School
Improvement” status.
Public school choice and
supplemental educational
services become optional,
but are no longer required.
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Las escuelas ya no serán medidas en
su Progreso Anual Adecuado.
Las escuelas ya no serán identificadas
con un estatus de “Escuelas en
Mejoramiento.”
Elección de escuela pública y servicios
educativos suplementarios se
convertirán ahora en una opción, y
no en un requisito.
Reporting the Progress of Schools
Reportando el Progreso de las Escuelas
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Beginning in 2012-13,
schools were no longer
measured for Adequate
Yearly Progress (AYP).
All schools must meet
Annual Measurable
Objectives (AMOs) for
student subgroups.
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A partir de 2012-13, las
escuelas ya no serán
medidas para el Progreso
Anual Adecuado (AYP).
Todas las escuelas
deberán cumplir los
Objetivos Mensurables
Anuales (AMOs) para
todos los subgrupos
estudiantiles.
Annual Measurable Objectives
Objetivos Anuales Medibles
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The State establishes
different AMO targets for
each subgroup.
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Met target goals in 18 out
of 29 subgroups in 2014.
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We did make growth in
13-14!
El Estado establece
diferentes metas AMO
para cada subgrupo.
Logramos las metas en un
18 de los 29 subgrupos un
2014
This Year at CWM . . .
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Lengthened school day
Mustang Mastery began
September 22nd based
on student needs and
strengths
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Días escolares
alargados
Intervención y
enriquecimiento
comenzaron hoy
basado en
necesidades de los
estudiantes y
fortalezas
This Year at CWM
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School Improvement Plan Goal
Highlight
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Increase writing proficiency
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Increase math proficiency
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Focus on the writing process
Using rubrics
Student-centered math instruction
Teacher planning for 6 weeks
Increase students’ reading level
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Goal tracking sheets
Tonight’s Events
Eventos de la Noche
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Visit your child’s classroom
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Students will share reading goal graphs
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Your signature is needed when you visit the
classrooms for record of attendance
Upcoming Events
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October 6th—Teacher Workday
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October 13th-17th—Book Fair
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October 16th—Math Family Night
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THANK YOU
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GRACIAS
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RCS Elementary School*s Annual Public Meeting, Open House