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Man Elementary
School
5-Year Strategic Plan
SCHOOL STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE
Administration
Principal
Staff
RMT
Title I Teachers
Kindergarten Teacher
Third Grade Teacher
Special Education Teacher
Secretary
Parents
Business Partners
Garland Elmore
Roma Marcum
Toni Duba
Stephanie Fryer
Lee Ann Rozzell
Tambria Stowers
Belinda Brumfield
Winona Staten
Helen Porter
Katrina Gent
Pepsi
Snyder
The mission of Man
Elementary School is
to provide a safe and
challenging
environment that
develops every
students’
Core Beliefs
WE Believe:
1. that all students can learn and be successful.
2. all positions in the school are critical for the school to
function.
3. it is vital for the school community to model ethical
and moral behavior.
4. teachers must be responsible for motivating students
to achieve in an active learning process.
5. a classroom should be safe, orderly and conducive to
student-centered learning.
6. education is a shared responsibility; therefore, the
school will provide opportunities for involvement of
parents, family and community.
7. the curriculum should be focused, specific and
standard based.
Goal 1
Man Elementary's academically
diverse students will work
toward obtaining mastery in the
areas of Reading/Language Arts
and Mathematics.
Objectives:
1.1 To maintain proficiency in all groups
and to decrease by 10% those not
meeting proficiency in the area of
Reading/Language Arts and thereby
decrease the achievement gap among
the sub-groups attending Man
Elementary School.
1.2 To maintain proficiency in all groups
and to decrease by 10% those not
meeting proficiency in the area of
Mathematics and thereby decrease the
achievement gap among the sub-
groups attending Man Elementary
School.
Goal 2
Man Elementary 's academically
diverse students will work
toward obtaining mastery and
above on their writing
assessment scores.
Goal 2
Objectives:
2.1 To decrease the percentage of
students that did not demonstrate
competent and proficient performance
in the application of their writing skills
by scoring mastery or above.
2.2 To have each classroom teacher
utilize effective instruction that targets
all students and results in highly
engaged students who master the
essential writing curriculum.
Action Steps
 Provide staff development for Special
Education teachers in instructional strategies
for implementation in the “Inclusion Program”
 Administration and Staff will continue to receive
professional development for the
implementation of the Reading First Program.
 Analysis of test data to identify strengths and
weaknesses
Action Steps
 Schedule grade level or subject areas
collaboration time
 Provide staff with professional development
targeting Differentiated Instruction
 Provide before or after school tutoring for
identified low achieving students in third and
fourth grade.
 Staff will refer students to the Student
Assistance Team (SAT) in the areas of
achievement, attendance and behavior.
Action Steps
 Special Education and Title I staff will
implement inclusion for all students as
scheduling permits in grades K-4.
 First through fourth grade levels will have
extended instructional reading time for low
achieving students through Title I and Special
Education with pull-outs and/or inclusion as
needed.
Action Steps
 Provide staff with professional development
through a book study of "Making Sense of
Phonics" by Isabel Beck
 Maintain a data management system to be
used to collect, analyze, and monitor student
data through the Responsible Student
Program.
 Teachers will revisit the development and
implementation of prioritized calendars and
curriculum mapping.
Action Steps
 Staff will continue to implement "The Sonday
System" to compliment the "Reading First
Program" for struggling readers which will
include an additional day of training
 Third and Fourth grade teachers will provide
four major pre-assessments that will include
both multiple choice and constructed response
questions.
 Students will utilize the Accelerated Reading
Program as an integrated part of the
Reading/Language Arts curriculum.
Action Steps
 The services of professional educators will be
utilized to enrich the monitoring and/or
modeling techniques for in-class instructors.
 Utilize the OZ Program for work order on any
technology repair problems.
 Man Elementary will make our labs or
computers available for adult literacy classes
through collaboration with adult basic
education programs in the county.
Action Steps
 Staff development will be provided to teachers
on basic maintenance and repairs of
computers.
 Implement a standards based mathematics
program.
 To set up email accounts and WebPages for all
staff members.
 Principal will check lesson plans for integration
of technology.
Action Steps
 Provide wireless access and printer in every
classroom
 Staff will provide a bi-monthly newsletter to
parents that will include articles written by
students.
 Success lab will be utilized for students scoring
below mastery.
 Provide a website for parents and students.
 Powerpoint presentations will be conducted by
administration and staff.
Action Steps
 Man Elementary Homepage will be updated
weekly.
 Grades 3-4 will utilize a 6 point rubric when
assessing writing assignments.
 Professional Development will be provided on
the "Five Components of Reading" and
"Explicit Phonics"
 Man Elementary will conduct a book study of
"I've Dibeled, Now What?" and "Making Sense
of Phonics".
Action Steps
 Promote math and writing skills across the
curriculum in every classroom.
 Teachers will emphasize subject area
vocabulary to increase writing skills.
 Ruby Payne Framework for Understanding
Poverty
 Conduct monthly mini-assessments from
November through April based on CSOs and
Dibels.
Action Steps
 Provide a WV Writing Assessment Workshop
 Fourth grade students and parents will be
provided with an orientation to prepare to enter
the middle school.
 Provide summer learning opportunities for
identified low achieving students in grades 1st
through 4th.
Work Plan Summary
 All activities will be focused upon a sustained
and continuous improvement model. Constant
monitoring of the goals and objectives of
proposed action steps will take place on a
frequent basis. Reports pertinent to the
development and success of proposed goals
will be continuously monitored and adjusted
based on data analyses.
Work Plan Summary
 The Superintendent will work with all central
office administrators to evaluate progress of all
proposed action steps. School level
administration will monitor progress using
walkthroughs, classroom observations, teacher
evaluations, student scores on benchmark
assessments, and core team discussions. If
progress is not indicated then plan will be
adjusted and professional development will be
provided in needed areas.
Work Plan Summary
 Evaluation will be based upon student outcome
measures of WESTEST and WV Writing
Assessment. Technology Plan will be revisited
annually by the strategic planning committee to
ensure progress indicates MMS is on target
with plan. Data analysis will completed and
compared with goals to determine if revisions
are in order.
Title I
Program
Staff Utilization
At Man Elementary, the Title I staff provides services
and support, as determined by the testing data, to
students in grades K-4. The Title I staff, consisting
of three teachers, is also instrumental in the
implementation of the Reading First program for
the K-3. Services are provided through in-class,
team teaching, small group instruction, and
individual assistance. Title I staff are also utilized
by reducing class size through pull-out programs
in basic reading, as well as pull-outs of small
groups of students that need intensive reading
instruction. The pull-outs affect nine percent of the
student population and reflects class size
reduction in thirteen classrooms.
Program Overview
Planning, collaboration, and evaluation by staff
before school are an integral part of our programs.
Continuation of staff training will ensure student
progress and success. A climate conducive to
learning and a staff who has prioritized the
curriculum to meet the needs of students will be
the focus of what we will use to define the
instructional program at Man Elementary.
Man Elementary K-4 will continue with the
implementation of several programs that are
research based to ensure the needs of all the
children in this school are met. These needs
will be met through re-teaching, reviewing,
intervention, curriculum mapping, and
mastery. We will focus on students identified
as at-risk through tracking, skill grouping, SAT
referrals, pre-assessment scores, WESTEST
scores, DIBELS, and TPRI.
Our Title I Program has and will support parent
involvement and interventions to make
students feel successful. We will follow the
legislative policy of "No Child Left Behind". We
will continue to employ a Parent Resource
Person. Our current Parent Resource Person
has been instrumental in the implementation of
the Man Elementary Website, parent
newsletter, and updating the Homework
Hotline. Title I will also continue to offer
extended day tutorial services, opportunities
will be provided for early morning and midday
tutoring, and parent workshops.
During the summer, the Improvement Grant will
provide additional funding for a Student Writing
Academy for third and fourth grade students,
and provide a workshop training for interested
teachers.
A book study will also be conducted on "Teaching
and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences"
which addresses writing and other curriculum
areas. This will also tie in with our county's
focus on differentiated instructional strategies.
The staff at Man Elementary will focus on
instruction for deficiencies, plan and prepare
strategic calendars using CSOs, prioritize
weaknesses, use instructional monies for
supplemental materials for low SES and
Special Education, and give more one-on-one
individual instruction after using a test item
analysis (TIA) to show mastery of content. The
TIA will be used frequently in testing and
evaluating knowledge level. The results of the
TIAs will be used to assist with developing
lessons that address students with different
levels of learning.
Title I will provide a summer school for K-4
students. First priority will go to those students
who are considered struggling readers. The
summer school will focus on reading skills to
prepare the students for the upcoming school
year.
Title I will continue to be instrumental in the
implementation of the Reading First Program
within grades K-3. The purpose of the program
is to ensure all students will be reading on
grade level prior to entering Fourth Grade.
Man Elementary is committed to assessing students
throughout the school year to ensure that all
students will be prepared for the WESTEST. To
meet this goal, staff will continue to utilize the
individualized WESTEST assessments available
at Iknow.com. In addition, all students in grades 3-
4 will be given quarterly WESTEST pre-
assessments.
Man Elementary Title I will provide high levels of
instruction through the use of Bloom's Taxonomy
in Math and Reading. The action and services are
based upon the results of our needs assessment,
WESTEST scores, parent surveys, teacher
surveys, and feedback from staff.
The staff will encourage and plan activities where
students can feel self-worth and success. Our
goal, and that of Title I is to help students attain
grade level proficiency, focusing on reading
and math skills, in order to advance to the
application level or higher critical thinking
levels based on Bloom's Taxonomy. Title I will
assure that students possess basic knowledge
and comprehension skills before students
progress to critical thinking skills.
The needs of Man Elementary will be identified
and then addressed through Title I workshops,
staff development, pull-outs, intervention, and
in-class small groups. We will design
instruction that offers opportunities for all
students to achieve at higher levels. We will
decide what instructional practices,
organizational changes, grouping practices,
and scheduling needs must be in place to raise
student achievement.
We will continue to include a transition period for
our Kindergarten and Fourth Grade students to
help them adapt to their new environments as
they progress to a higher level.
The Accelerated Reading program will become a
vital component of the reading curriculum
grades K-4. Students will be encouraged to set
goals and reading independently the number of
books required to reach those goals.
The staff and administration believe
we have developed a program that
is based on scientific based
research, will promote higher
academic achievement in reading
and math, and will encourage
parents to take a more active role in
the education of their children.
Parent Involvement Policy
Parental involvement is an important aspect of
every child's education. The staff of
Man Elementary K-4 believes that parents and
educators must work together to help each
child succeed in school.
The Parent Involvement Policy at
Man Elementary will provide multiple
opportunities for parents to become involved in
the education of their children. We believe
school and home must work together to benefit
students and increase achievement.
The Parent Involvement Policy Will:
 Provide parents an overview of the School-
Wide program
 Provide parents who request information (Adult
Basic Education, English as a Second
Language) referrals to other sources
 Provide parents an opportunity to meet the
faculty, tour the facilities, discuss classroom
procedures, school policies, and the Title I
School-Wide program through an Open House
event held at the beginning of the school year
 Provide a School-Parent Compact that outlines
parent, teacher, student, and the principal's
responsibilities for student performance
 Provide parents with training and knowledge of
activities that can be accomplished at home to
help students succeed. *Provide resources and
materials that parents need to become actively
involved in their child's education
 Provide opportunities for parents to meet with
teachers through parent/teacher conferences,
classroom visitations, and teacher interactions
throughout the year
 Provide multiple levels of communication with
parents through newsletters, notices,
telephone calls, newspaper notification, letters,
and conferences
 Provide opportunities for parents to make
suggestions and share experiences at Parent
Workshops and PTO meetings
 Provide school report card informing parents of
Man Elementary's performance levels
 Provide each parent with information
concerning their child's assessment results
from the WESTEST or DIBELS.
 Provide parents with a description and
explanation of the curriculum used by
Man Elementary
 Provide parents with progress reports and
student report cards
 Provide opportunities for parents to participate
in decisions relating to the education of their
children through participation in the Title I
planning committee
Man Elementary School staff and administration
thanks you for this opportunity to share our
plan to increase all our student’s knowledge
and thus close the achievement gap.
Henry Ford once said –
“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether
at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps
learning stays young. The greatest thing in
life is to keep your mind young.”
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  • 2. SCHOOL STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE Administration Principal Staff RMT Title I Teachers Kindergarten Teacher Third Grade Teacher Special Education Teacher Secretary Parents Business Partners Garland Elmore Roma Marcum Toni Duba Stephanie Fryer Lee Ann Rozzell Tambria Stowers Belinda Brumfield Winona Staten Helen Porter Katrina Gent Pepsi Snyder
  • 3. The mission of Man Elementary School is to provide a safe and challenging environment that develops every students’
  • 4. Core Beliefs WE Believe: 1. that all students can learn and be successful. 2. all positions in the school are critical for the school to function. 3. it is vital for the school community to model ethical and moral behavior. 4. teachers must be responsible for motivating students to achieve in an active learning process. 5. a classroom should be safe, orderly and conducive to student-centered learning. 6. education is a shared responsibility; therefore, the school will provide opportunities for involvement of parents, family and community. 7. the curriculum should be focused, specific and standard based.
  • 5. Goal 1 Man Elementary's academically diverse students will work toward obtaining mastery in the areas of Reading/Language Arts and Mathematics.
  • 6. Objectives: 1.1 To maintain proficiency in all groups and to decrease by 10% those not meeting proficiency in the area of Reading/Language Arts and thereby decrease the achievement gap among the sub-groups attending Man Elementary School. 1.2 To maintain proficiency in all groups and to decrease by 10% those not meeting proficiency in the area of Mathematics and thereby decrease the achievement gap among the sub- groups attending Man Elementary School.
  • 7. Goal 2 Man Elementary 's academically diverse students will work toward obtaining mastery and above on their writing assessment scores.
  • 8. Goal 2 Objectives: 2.1 To decrease the percentage of students that did not demonstrate competent and proficient performance in the application of their writing skills by scoring mastery or above. 2.2 To have each classroom teacher utilize effective instruction that targets all students and results in highly engaged students who master the essential writing curriculum.
  • 9. Action Steps  Provide staff development for Special Education teachers in instructional strategies for implementation in the “Inclusion Program”  Administration and Staff will continue to receive professional development for the implementation of the Reading First Program.  Analysis of test data to identify strengths and weaknesses
  • 10. Action Steps  Schedule grade level or subject areas collaboration time  Provide staff with professional development targeting Differentiated Instruction  Provide before or after school tutoring for identified low achieving students in third and fourth grade.  Staff will refer students to the Student Assistance Team (SAT) in the areas of achievement, attendance and behavior.
  • 11. Action Steps  Special Education and Title I staff will implement inclusion for all students as scheduling permits in grades K-4.  First through fourth grade levels will have extended instructional reading time for low achieving students through Title I and Special Education with pull-outs and/or inclusion as needed.
  • 12. Action Steps  Provide staff with professional development through a book study of "Making Sense of Phonics" by Isabel Beck  Maintain a data management system to be used to collect, analyze, and monitor student data through the Responsible Student Program.  Teachers will revisit the development and implementation of prioritized calendars and curriculum mapping.
  • 13. Action Steps  Staff will continue to implement "The Sonday System" to compliment the "Reading First Program" for struggling readers which will include an additional day of training  Third and Fourth grade teachers will provide four major pre-assessments that will include both multiple choice and constructed response questions.  Students will utilize the Accelerated Reading Program as an integrated part of the Reading/Language Arts curriculum.
  • 14. Action Steps  The services of professional educators will be utilized to enrich the monitoring and/or modeling techniques for in-class instructors.  Utilize the OZ Program for work order on any technology repair problems.  Man Elementary will make our labs or computers available for adult literacy classes through collaboration with adult basic education programs in the county.
  • 15. Action Steps  Staff development will be provided to teachers on basic maintenance and repairs of computers.  Implement a standards based mathematics program.  To set up email accounts and WebPages for all staff members.  Principal will check lesson plans for integration of technology.
  • 16. Action Steps  Provide wireless access and printer in every classroom  Staff will provide a bi-monthly newsletter to parents that will include articles written by students.  Success lab will be utilized for students scoring below mastery.  Provide a website for parents and students.  Powerpoint presentations will be conducted by administration and staff.
  • 17. Action Steps  Man Elementary Homepage will be updated weekly.  Grades 3-4 will utilize a 6 point rubric when assessing writing assignments.  Professional Development will be provided on the "Five Components of Reading" and "Explicit Phonics"  Man Elementary will conduct a book study of "I've Dibeled, Now What?" and "Making Sense of Phonics".
  • 18. Action Steps  Promote math and writing skills across the curriculum in every classroom.  Teachers will emphasize subject area vocabulary to increase writing skills.  Ruby Payne Framework for Understanding Poverty  Conduct monthly mini-assessments from November through April based on CSOs and Dibels.
  • 19. Action Steps  Provide a WV Writing Assessment Workshop  Fourth grade students and parents will be provided with an orientation to prepare to enter the middle school.  Provide summer learning opportunities for identified low achieving students in grades 1st through 4th.
  • 20. Work Plan Summary  All activities will be focused upon a sustained and continuous improvement model. Constant monitoring of the goals and objectives of proposed action steps will take place on a frequent basis. Reports pertinent to the development and success of proposed goals will be continuously monitored and adjusted based on data analyses.
  • 21. Work Plan Summary  The Superintendent will work with all central office administrators to evaluate progress of all proposed action steps. School level administration will monitor progress using walkthroughs, classroom observations, teacher evaluations, student scores on benchmark assessments, and core team discussions. If progress is not indicated then plan will be adjusted and professional development will be provided in needed areas.
  • 22. Work Plan Summary  Evaluation will be based upon student outcome measures of WESTEST and WV Writing Assessment. Technology Plan will be revisited annually by the strategic planning committee to ensure progress indicates MMS is on target with plan. Data analysis will completed and compared with goals to determine if revisions are in order.
  • 24. Staff Utilization At Man Elementary, the Title I staff provides services and support, as determined by the testing data, to students in grades K-4. The Title I staff, consisting of three teachers, is also instrumental in the implementation of the Reading First program for the K-3. Services are provided through in-class, team teaching, small group instruction, and individual assistance. Title I staff are also utilized by reducing class size through pull-out programs in basic reading, as well as pull-outs of small groups of students that need intensive reading instruction. The pull-outs affect nine percent of the student population and reflects class size reduction in thirteen classrooms.
  • 25. Program Overview Planning, collaboration, and evaluation by staff before school are an integral part of our programs. Continuation of staff training will ensure student progress and success. A climate conducive to learning and a staff who has prioritized the curriculum to meet the needs of students will be the focus of what we will use to define the instructional program at Man Elementary.
  • 26. Man Elementary K-4 will continue with the implementation of several programs that are research based to ensure the needs of all the children in this school are met. These needs will be met through re-teaching, reviewing, intervention, curriculum mapping, and mastery. We will focus on students identified as at-risk through tracking, skill grouping, SAT referrals, pre-assessment scores, WESTEST scores, DIBELS, and TPRI.
  • 27. Our Title I Program has and will support parent involvement and interventions to make students feel successful. We will follow the legislative policy of "No Child Left Behind". We will continue to employ a Parent Resource Person. Our current Parent Resource Person has been instrumental in the implementation of the Man Elementary Website, parent newsletter, and updating the Homework Hotline. Title I will also continue to offer extended day tutorial services, opportunities will be provided for early morning and midday tutoring, and parent workshops.
  • 28. During the summer, the Improvement Grant will provide additional funding for a Student Writing Academy for third and fourth grade students, and provide a workshop training for interested teachers. A book study will also be conducted on "Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences" which addresses writing and other curriculum areas. This will also tie in with our county's focus on differentiated instructional strategies.
  • 29. The staff at Man Elementary will focus on instruction for deficiencies, plan and prepare strategic calendars using CSOs, prioritize weaknesses, use instructional monies for supplemental materials for low SES and Special Education, and give more one-on-one individual instruction after using a test item analysis (TIA) to show mastery of content. The TIA will be used frequently in testing and evaluating knowledge level. The results of the TIAs will be used to assist with developing lessons that address students with different levels of learning.
  • 30. Title I will provide a summer school for K-4 students. First priority will go to those students who are considered struggling readers. The summer school will focus on reading skills to prepare the students for the upcoming school year. Title I will continue to be instrumental in the implementation of the Reading First Program within grades K-3. The purpose of the program is to ensure all students will be reading on grade level prior to entering Fourth Grade.
  • 31. Man Elementary is committed to assessing students throughout the school year to ensure that all students will be prepared for the WESTEST. To meet this goal, staff will continue to utilize the individualized WESTEST assessments available at Iknow.com. In addition, all students in grades 3- 4 will be given quarterly WESTEST pre- assessments. Man Elementary Title I will provide high levels of instruction through the use of Bloom's Taxonomy in Math and Reading. The action and services are based upon the results of our needs assessment, WESTEST scores, parent surveys, teacher surveys, and feedback from staff.
  • 32. The staff will encourage and plan activities where students can feel self-worth and success. Our goal, and that of Title I is to help students attain grade level proficiency, focusing on reading and math skills, in order to advance to the application level or higher critical thinking levels based on Bloom's Taxonomy. Title I will assure that students possess basic knowledge and comprehension skills before students progress to critical thinking skills.
  • 33. The needs of Man Elementary will be identified and then addressed through Title I workshops, staff development, pull-outs, intervention, and in-class small groups. We will design instruction that offers opportunities for all students to achieve at higher levels. We will decide what instructional practices, organizational changes, grouping practices, and scheduling needs must be in place to raise student achievement.
  • 34. We will continue to include a transition period for our Kindergarten and Fourth Grade students to help them adapt to their new environments as they progress to a higher level. The Accelerated Reading program will become a vital component of the reading curriculum grades K-4. Students will be encouraged to set goals and reading independently the number of books required to reach those goals.
  • 35. The staff and administration believe we have developed a program that is based on scientific based research, will promote higher academic achievement in reading and math, and will encourage parents to take a more active role in the education of their children.
  • 36. Parent Involvement Policy Parental involvement is an important aspect of every child's education. The staff of Man Elementary K-4 believes that parents and educators must work together to help each child succeed in school. The Parent Involvement Policy at Man Elementary will provide multiple opportunities for parents to become involved in the education of their children. We believe school and home must work together to benefit students and increase achievement.
  • 37. The Parent Involvement Policy Will:  Provide parents an overview of the School- Wide program  Provide parents who request information (Adult Basic Education, English as a Second Language) referrals to other sources  Provide parents an opportunity to meet the faculty, tour the facilities, discuss classroom procedures, school policies, and the Title I School-Wide program through an Open House event held at the beginning of the school year
  • 38.  Provide a School-Parent Compact that outlines parent, teacher, student, and the principal's responsibilities for student performance  Provide parents with training and knowledge of activities that can be accomplished at home to help students succeed. *Provide resources and materials that parents need to become actively involved in their child's education  Provide opportunities for parents to meet with teachers through parent/teacher conferences, classroom visitations, and teacher interactions throughout the year
  • 39.  Provide multiple levels of communication with parents through newsletters, notices, telephone calls, newspaper notification, letters, and conferences  Provide opportunities for parents to make suggestions and share experiences at Parent Workshops and PTO meetings  Provide school report card informing parents of Man Elementary's performance levels  Provide each parent with information concerning their child's assessment results from the WESTEST or DIBELS.
  • 40.  Provide parents with a description and explanation of the curriculum used by Man Elementary  Provide parents with progress reports and student report cards  Provide opportunities for parents to participate in decisions relating to the education of their children through participation in the Title I planning committee
  • 41. Man Elementary School staff and administration thanks you for this opportunity to share our plan to increase all our student’s knowledge and thus close the achievement gap. Henry Ford once said – “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.”