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Brooks Elementary School SUCCESS AND NOTHING LESS!

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Brooks Elementary SchoolSUCCESS AND NOTHING LESS!
2ndNineWeeks
Kindergarten STARData
Early Emergentreader:Student is beginning to understand that printed text has meaning. The student is learning that reading involves printed words and sentences, and that print flows from left to right and from the top to the bottom of the page.Late Emergent reader:Student can identify most of the letters of the alphabet and can match most of the letters to their sounds. The student is also beginning to “read” picture books and familiar words around the home.Transitional reader:Studenthas mastered alphabet skills and letter-sound relationships. The student can identify many beginning and ending consonant sounds and long and short vowel sounds, and is probably able to blend sounds and word parts to read simplewords.Probable reader:Studentis becoming proficient at recognizing many words, both in and out of context. The student spends less time identifying and sounding out words, and more time understanding what was read. Probable readers can blend sounds and word parts to read words and sentences more quickly, smoothly, and independently than students in the other stages of development.
Goal: All kindergarten students will be Transitional or Probable readers by May. (75% are Transitional/Probable Readers)
1stSTAR Data
Goal: To move all first grade students out of the redandyellow group(Urgent Intervention/Intervention) to blue or green group ( On Watch/At or Above Grade Level) by May. (69% are On Watch/At or Above Grade Level)
2ndSTAR Data
Goal: To move all second grade students out of the redandyellow group(Urgent Intervention/Intervention) to blue or green group ( On Watch/At or Above Grade Level) by May. (89% are On Watch/At or Above Grade Level)
2ndNine Weeks ELS Exam Projected MAAPProficiency3rd- 6thELA
2ndNine Weeks ELS Exam Projected MAAPProficiency3rd– 6thMath
ELA Growth Percentages
Growthcalculation: Example- If a student moved from low Basic (2018 MAAP Score) to high Basic (2ndNine Weeks Data)GrowthcalculationBottom 25: Example – If a student moved from low minimal(2018 MAAP Score) to high Minimal(2ndNine Weeks Data)
Math GrowthPercentages
Brooks Elementary 2018 Accountability DataScore- 361- C (3rd& 4thGrade Students)
A – 442 B - 377 C – 328 D – 269 F – 268 or less
Brooks Elementary 2ndNine Weeks DataScore - 324- D (3rd– 6thGrade Students)
A – 442 B - 377 C – 328 D – 269 F – 268 or less
ELA Improvement Plan
Math Improvement Plan

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Brooks Elementary School SUCCESS AND NOTHING LESS!