Needs Assessment Sample Clover Elementary School

Needs Assessment Sample Clover Elementary School

Needs Assessment Sample Clover School Data Source: ADE, Federal Programs and School Improvement Units 2013-14 1 Step 3: Create a School Profile Needs Assessment Where is the school now within the focus areas? Focus Areas Where do we want to be? per quarter/nine weeks Semester end of the year 1. Change in Teacher and Leader Practice 2. Student Progresses and Achievement 3. Student Safety and Discipline 4. Family and Community Involvement 2 Demographic Data

452 students attended Clover Elementary School in the 20132014 school year. 5th Grade 69 Students 4th Grade - 68 Students 3rd Grade - 70 Students 2nd Grade - 75 Students 1st Grade- 85 Students Kindergarten - 66 Students Pre-Kindergarten - 19 Students 85% African American 10% Hispanic 5% Caucasian 99% Economically Disadvantaged 10% Grade Retention Rate 89% Attendance Rate 20% (n = 90.4) of students were referred to office in 2013-2014 SY 15% (n = 67.8) of students received Out-of-School Suspension in 2013-2014 SY Focus status: 50% of student passed in English Language Arts (ELA) Benchmark 45% passed in Math Benchmark 42% passed in Science Benchmark There were 32 teachers on staff, giving Elementary School a student-teacher ratio of 14.1 2 teachers are not HQ

35% of parents attend p/t conferences. 3 Step 3: Create a School Profile Needs Assessment Where is the school now within the focus areas? 94% 30/32 of teachers are HQ (HQ State Report) Focus Areas Where do we want to be? per quarter/nine weeks Semester end of the year 1. Change in Teacher and Leader Practice Increase HQ teachers to 100% by May 2015 2. Student Progresses and Achievement 3. Student Safety and Discipline 4. Family and Community Involvement 4

Needs Assessment sample Instructions 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. *The focus areas are based on needs. 10 minute Guided PracticeEach table will be given a set of data and a large chart of Step 3. Teams will first work on the sample data (Slide 3) as a group to determine where the school is based on the specific data provided. Determine which given Focus area(s) align with the data. Then the team will identify the findings and write the areas of need in the first column- Where is the school.. Be prepared to share out the findings with the entire group if your table is called. If the table completes the list of findings before time expires, the table is encouraged to write the expected outcome in the third column- Where do we want to be?. 5 Demographic Data

452 students attended Clover Elementary School in the 20132014 school year. 5th Grade 69 Students 4th Grade - 68 Students 3rd Grade - 70 Students 2nd Grade - 75 Students 1st Grade- 85 Students Kindergarten - 66 Students Pre-Kindergarten - 19 Students 85% African American 10% Hispanic 5% Caucasian 99% Economically Disadvantaged 10% Grade Retention Rate 89% Attendance Rate 20% (n = 90.4) of students were referred to office in 2013-2014 SY 15% (n = 67.8) of students received Out-of-School Suspension in 2013-2014 SY Focus status: 50% of student passed in English Language Arts (ELA) Benchmark 45% passed in Math Benchmark 42% passed in Science Benchmark There were 32 teachers on staff, giving Elementary School a student-teacher ratio of 14.1 2 teachers are not HQ 35% of parents attend p/t

conferences. 6 Step 3: Create a School Profile Needs Assessment Where is the school now within the focus areas? Focus Areas Where do we want to be? per quarter/nine weeks Semester end of the year 1. Change in Teacher and Leader Practice 2. Student Progresses and Achievement 3. Student Safety and Discipline 4. Family and Community Involvement 7 Step 3: Clover School Where is the school now within the focus areas? No process In place to assess student academic and behavioral needs 94% 30/32 of teachers are HQ (HQ State Report) Did not meet AMOs 2013-2014 SY in

Literacy or Math High suspension (68 total) 15% out of total 452. (Summative Discipline Report) 89% attendance rate (Summative attendance data from guidance dept.) Low parent involvement (Review of attendance from parent conferences (35%), PTA meetings, and feedback from parent surveys) Focus Areas Change in Teacher & Leader Practice Where do we want to be? per quarter/nine weeks Semester end of the year Utilize RTI process to assess student academic/behavioral needs Increase HQ teachers to 100% by May 2015 Student Progress and Achievement Exceed AMOs during 2014-2015 SY in Literacy and Math to close achievement gap Meet Mathematics Interim Assessment goals. Meet Literacy Interim Assessment goals.

Student Safety and Discipline How many days do the students miss? Which students are frequently absent? Family and Community Engagement Reduce suspension rates by at least (34%) by May 2015. Increase attendance rates to at least 95% by May 2015. Meet interim suspension and attendance goals. (1) Increase parental involvement by 50% by including student performances and demonstrations at science , math, and literacy nights. (2) Invite parents to participate in school improvement planning teams (ACSIP) and in classroom activities (Building math models with students etc.) 8

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