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1 School Address Rhyne Elementary School Improvement Plan Rhyne Elementary School Contact Information Rhyne Elementary School Courier Number West Davidson Avenue Phone Number Gastonia, NC Fax Number School Website Principal Linda Neely Rhyne Elementary School: School Improvement Team Membership From GS 115C : The principal at each school, representatives of the assistant principals, instructional personnel, instructional support personnel, and teacher assistants assigned to the school building, and parents of children enrolled in the school shall constitute a school improvement team to develop a school improvement plan to improve student performance. Representatives of the assistant principals, instructional personal, instructional support personnel, and teacher assistants shall be elected by their respective groups by secret ballot Parents serving on school improvement teams shall reflect the racial and socioeconomic composition of the students enrolled in that school and shall not be members of the building-level staff. Committee Positions Name Address Date Elected Principal Linda S. Neely Assistant Principal Timothy Reed Jessica Carpenter Christy Wright 7/29/ Whitney Ghantt Meagan Trejo Charity Black Kimberly Stellato Kimberly Christy Etter Lisa Wilson Instructional Suport Representative Cynthia Reid Whitworth Instructional Assistant Parent Representative Amande Jeffries Amanda Jeffries Parent Representative

2 Rhyne Elementary School Improvement Plan Gaston County School's Values Beliefs Four C's Safety Commitment Diversity Community Innovation Communication Collaboration Choice Excellence Gaston County School's Vision and Mission Statement Vision: The vision of Gaston County Schools is to inspire success and a lifetime of learning Mission: Through outstanding employees and community partners, Gaston County Schools provides innovative educational opportunities for all students in a safe and nurturing learning environment Rhyne Elementary School's Mission and Vision Statement Vision: The Vision of Rhyne Elementary School is to nurture, guide, and educate every child who enters the doors of Rhyne Elementary School Mission: Our mission is to nurture by providing a safe, caring, and orderly learning environment that supports all areas of student development. To guide by partnering with parents and community members to model the importance of education and responsible citizenship. To educate by providing quality, individual, educational opportunities to motivate students to become life-long learners. Rhyne Elementary SMART GOALS Based upon data analysis our focus will be upon the following outcomes: 1. Based on school focus area --- different for each school 2. AMO and Ready Accountability Model Targets ---- every school

3 School Name School Code Subject Subgroup Target Denominator Percent Met Target Used Alternate Used Improvement Rhyne Elementary Attendance ALL >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Participation ALL >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Participation BLCK >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Participation EDS >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Participation HISP * I Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Participation LEP 95 8 * I Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Participation MULT * I Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Participation SWD >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Participation WHTE >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Performance ALL N Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Performance BLCK N Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Performance EDS N Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Performance HISP * I Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Performance LEP * I Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Performance MULT * I Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Performance SWD N Rhyne Elementary Math Grades 3-8 Performance WHTE * I Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Participation ALL >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Participation BLCK >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Participation EDS >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Participation HISP * I Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Participation LEP 95 8 * I Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Participation MULT * I Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Participation SWD >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Participation WHTE >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Performance ALL N Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Performance BLCK N Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Performance EDS N Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Performance HISP * I Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Performance LEP * I Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Performance MULT * I Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Performance SWD <5 N Rhyne Elementary Reading Grades 3-8 Performance WHTE * I Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Participation ALL >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Participation BLCK >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Participation EDS >95 Y Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Participation HISP 95 7 * I Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Participation SWD * I Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Participation WHTE * I Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Performance ALL N Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Performance BLCK N Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Performance EDS N Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Performance HISP * I Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Performance SWD * I Rhyne Elementary Science Grades 5&8 Performance WHTE * I Used Confidence

4 Gaston County Schools Strategic Goals Goal 1: Every student will graduate prepared for post-secondary opportunities Focus Area 1.1 Increase the graduation rate 1.2 Increase students completing Career and Technical Education courses and opportunities 1.3 Increase the number of students who graduate from high school with post-secondary credit Goal 2: Every member of our diverse student population has the opportunity for individualized instruction. Focus Area 2.1 Increase the percentage of students reading on or above grade level by the end of the third grade 2.2 Increase the strategies and tools available to ensure success of all students 2.3 Increase opportunities for a wide variety of academic choices Goal 3: Every employee is capable and committed to the education of the whole child. Focus Area 3.1 Attract and retain a high qualified workforce in all schools, including high-needs areas, through increased incentives. 3.2 Provide employees increased access to quality, research-based professional development 3.3 Survey students annually to determine the level of administrator-student relationships, teacher-student relationships, and overall school classroom climate Goal 4: Every school has up-to-date technology to support teaching and learning. Focus Area 4.1 Ensure all schools have sufficient wireless coverage 4.2 Increase the use of technology as a communication tool for all stakeholders 4.3 Increase the number of teachers and students who effectively use digital learning tools Goal 5:Every student has the opportunity to learn in a safe school environment. Focus Area 5.1 Increase facility safety features 5.2 Increase anti-bullying efforts at every school 5.3 Increase community resources to maximize student support systems

5 Smart Goal # 1 Reading Strategic Plan Goal: We will have our reading baseline established Goal 1 Strategic Plan Goal focus area: Reading 1.1, 1.2 Current Status: On-going School Interim Goal -2015: We expect 60% of students to be proficient in reading School Goal -2016: We expect 80% of students to be proficient in reading Data Used: We are going to use MClass schoolwide and star reading in 2-5. Reading EOGs in 3-5 Strategies(Action Steps) Implementation Team What Data will you collect 1. We are going to find baseline using MClass and Star reading Rhyne School Improvement Plan Teacher, TAs, and literacy teachers, IF, support staff MClass and Star reading When will you monitor? We will make a MClass monitoring schedule. We will use Star reading every 6 weeks. Reading EOGs at the end of year. 2. We are going to use that baseline to form small groups for reading. Teacher, TAs, and literacy teachers, IF, support staff MClass and Star reading We will make a MClass monitoring schedule. We will use Star reading every 6 weeks. Reading EOGs at the end of year. 3. K2 will utilize the literacy teacher to meet with "bubble kids." Teacher, TAs, and literacy teachers, IF, support staff MClass and Star reading We will make a MClass monitoring schedule. We will use Star reading every 6 weeks. Reading EOGs at the end of year. Professional Development - Identify the professional development required to successfully implement the strategies listed above Staff/group participants Professional Learning/Activities Trainer Date Completed Teachers Trainings for mclass Shannon Hullett ongoing

6 Rhyne School Improvement Plan Smart Goal # 2 Math Strategic Plan Goal: We will have our math baseline established Goal 2 Strategic Plan Goal focus area: Math 2.1, 2.2 Current Status: On-going School Interim Goal -2015: We expect 60% of students to be proficient in math. School Goal -2016: We expect 80% of students to be proficient in math. Data Used: We are going to use STAR math 1-5 and math benchmarks schoolwide and math EOGS 3-5. Strategies(Action Steps) Implementation Team What Data will you collect When will you monitor? We are going to utilize CFAs to establish a baseline. Classroom teacher STAR Math data every 6 weeks Every 6 weeks We are going to utilize STAR Math assessments. TAs Benchmarks mid and end of year Mid and end of year We are going to utilize our End of Unit assessments within investigations. MTSS site for math resources, as well as, the unit guides and resources. Support Staff and the curriculum coordinators. Investigations assessments and porfolio pieces. Monitor With MTSS resources. End of units and we will follow the portfolio check list. Professional Development - Identify the professional development required to successfully implement the strategies listed above Staff/group participants Professional Learning/Activities Trainer Date Completed Teachers and Mrs. Reid will administer Investigations Professional Development Diane Price TBD

7 Compliance Statements 1. Describe your plan to provide duty-free lunch to all teachers - Create a rotation within the grade level. Each teacher will have one day a week duty free lunch provided by the TA. 2. Describe your plan to provide planning time for each regular classroom teacher each week, with the goal of 5 hours per week. We have designed our specials schedules to accomodate these needs. 3. Physical activity is not denied to any students as a means of discipline, nor physical activity used as a form of punishment (K-8 only). We are in compliance. 4. Each student participates in an average of 30 minutes per day of physical activity outside of the physical education class (K -8 only). We are in compliance.

8 Title I Statewide Project Summary: Needs Assessment Provide an explanation of the Comprehensive Needs Assessment which reflects statutory requirements. Schools must address particularly the needs of low-achieving children and those at risk of not meeting state student achievementstandards. Refer to the SIP profile or plan for any of these items (note page numbers). Important note: Components 1-9 on the Title I Compliance Statements of the School Improvement Plan must refer to this needs assessment. 1. Summary of Comprehensive needs - Reading: Kindergarten - During the first nine week we will focus on letter recognition. We will measure this by utilzing the LNF assessment in MClass. First Grade - During the first nine we weeks we will focus on phoneme segmentation. We will measure this by utilizing the PSF assessment in MClass. Second Grade - During the first nine we weeks we will focus on NonSense word fluency. We will measure this by utilizing the NWF assessment in MClass. Third, Fourth, and Fifth grade - During the first nine we weeks we will focus on Oral Reading fluency. We will measure this by utilizing the DORF assessment in MClass. All grade levels will be utilizing the TRC component of MClass as well to find their baseline and form a realistic goal for the end of the first nine weeks. We will look at the student achievement scores from 2013/ when the data is released and will add it in after September 4th. Math - Kindergarten and First grade will work on base ten operations for the first nine weeks. First grade will also work on reviewing rote counting due to the deficit that we saw on the kindergarten marks anlysis. We will use a common assessment, investigations, and the DPI units provided by the county to assess the students progress. Second grade will work on place value for the first nine weeks. We wil use star math and common assessments to track progress. Third grade will work on place value, understanding and properties of operations to add and subtract for the first nine weeks. We will use star math and common assessments to track progress. Fourth grade will begin by going over multiplication and will work on number operations and base ten. 4th and 5th grade will review end of the year data from 2013/ and make goals after reviewing that data. 2. Schoolwide reform strategies - 1. Continuation of implementaion of common core k-5 2. Continued staff development of reading and writing workshop k-5 3. Balanced Active Math continued in k Instructional facilitator work with all grade levels on creating common assessments and data analysis weekly, supporting teachers with MTSS 5. TAs in all grade levels 3. Instruction by a highly qualified professional staff - All staff at Rhyne Elementary are highly qualified 4. High Quality and Ongoing Professional Development - Reading and writing workshop training and refreshers, vertical planning, ongoing PBIS and MTSS training 5. Strategies to attract high quality teachers to high needs schools - We will provide opportunities to share in the decision making process, collaborative planning time, administrative support, special staff recognitions and celebrations, and teacher driven professional development 6. Strategies to increase parent involvement - We will plan to have a reading and math afternoon where the parents will come in and participate in the lesson and see how their child learns in the classroom. We also plan to implement family fun nights with an academic focus. We will have a parent involvement specialist that will provide parents with surveys and direct communication for parents to express their needs as it relates to dates and times for activities that are convenient for them. With the help of our parent involvement specialist, parents will be provided with opportunities to volunteer within the school. 7. Preschool transition strategies - Pre-K programs housed in and out of Rhyne, have kindergarten visiting days to assist them and their parents with the transition to kindergarten. 8. Including teachers in decisions regarding the use of assessment - Teachers are continuously required to analyze all classroom assessment data including common formative assessments, k-2 report card data, benchmark data, DIBELS data, star reading and math data. This data is used to group students for reading and math within classrooms and among the grade level to remediate and accelerate. 9. Activities for children experiencing difficulty - Students who experience difficulty will be provided with additional assistance during the instructional day. Exceptional students will receive services through the EC program. Students with mental health difficulties will also benefit from our in house mental health therapist. We will hire TAs for each grade level to help with targeted interventions. The MTSS model has been implemented to address the needs of struggling students. Rhyne Elementary utilizes out literacy teacher to focus primarily on first and second grade students who are performing below grade level in reading. Instruction is differentiated daily based on each students needs by the classroom teacher. Resources such as the Florida Center for Reading Research and MCLASS "Now What" tools are used to target students reading deficencies.

9 Committe Positions Principal Assistant Principal Instructional Support Representative Instructional Assistant Parent Representative Parent Representative School Improvement Team Approval of School Improvement Plan Name Signature Linda Neely Timothy Reed Meagan Trejo K Christy Wright 1st Christy Etter 1st Whitney Ghantt 2nd Kimberly Stellato 4th Lisa Wilson 5th Charity Black 3rd Sabrina Robinson Cynthia Reid-Whitworth Amanda Jeffries Linda S. Neely Dr. Timothy M. Reed Meagan Trejo Christy N. Wright Kimberly Stellato Lisa Wilson Sabrina Robinson Cynthia Reid-Whitworth Amanda Jefferies Date 9//23/14

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