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What’s the plan today?


1.
Review what PRIDE 101 is and why
we’re implementing

2.
Go over who’s responsible for what.

3.
Break into grade level groups for training
and discussion

P
erformance through Preparation

R
espect

I
ntegrity

D
etermination

E
xcellence through Effort

“Locate a resilient kid and you will
find a caring adult or several…who
has guided them.”


-
from “Invincible Kids”, U.S. News &
World Report

Data sources….



Tim Stensager & Dan Barrett FPSD


Breaking Ranks II: Strategies for leading high school
reform


Whatcom Community College


Transitions Math Project


Dr. Ruby Payne


Sandi Madison & Senior Exit Surveys


CSI Process 2005
-
2006


ASCA

Mount Baker’s Comprehensive High
School provides an educational program
of instruction and expertise essential for
successful academic, vocational, creative
and athletic outcomes for our students
and community who reflect a broad variety
of skills, talents, and interests.

Developed by the Comprehensive


High School Team, 2005


Post
-
WASL Statement

Students with their families will have the
knowledge
,
skill &
understanding

to prepare for the student’s
chosen academic and/or career & technical post
-
high
school plan.


Information, services & programs will be
systematically

provided to students &
families

for students to meet
individual needs.



What is it?


How do we know it is
working?


Why MBHS?


Why now?


Navigation 101 is a program that helps
students & families understand what they
need to know & need to be able to do to
be successful in high school, post
-
secondary job training & education.



-

developed by the Franklin Pierce School District


Key components are based on
best practice & research

Report from
National
Association of
Secondary
School Principals:

Breaking
Ranks II:
Strategies
for
Leading
High
School
Reform

Key components



Mentor groups


Increased focus on portfolio


Student
-
Led Conferences


Evaluation/feedback cycle


Data (what good is this doing?)



Mentor Groups



Every teacher has a group of 18
-

20
students


Groups meet throughout the year (8
-
15
times)


Teacher has same group of students
throughout all four years


Every

lesson/topic is structured &
purposeful


Portfolio



Mentor groups used to increase portfolio
accountability


Students are in charge of their portfolios


Portfolio is
part

of students’ academic life


Student Led Conferences



Students lead a conference with their
parent/guardian & a teacher


Spring conference includes the following:


discussion of portfolio


planning for the following school year


what has gone well & what has not


test scores


Evaluation



Evaluation system allows staff, students &
parents to give feedback on Navigation
101


Changes implemented according to need

Data



Data looking at student success:



College bound classes


Remedial college classes taken


Enrollment in colleges (all levels)


Graduate follow
-
up data


Parent & community perception

Details of Mentor Groups



Planning for student led conferences &
portfolio


Discussion & analysis of students’ test &
assessment results


Goal setting skills


Details of Mentor Groups



Planning/course selection based on data &
personal goals


Information about how the post
-
secondary
education & training system works & how to
access it



Details of Student Led Conferences



15
-
20 minute conferences held annually in
the spring


Student scheduled, student driven


Mentor helps student lead the conference


So what?


Or


How do we know
this effective?

Adult turnout

Schools that are
using student led
conferencing

30%
68%
15%
79%
30%
55%
30%
80%
80%
17%
68%
81%
84%
17%
92%
0%
20%
40%
60%
80%
100%
Bremerton
Evergreen
Grandview
Hudson's
Bay
Ft
Vancouver
Columbia
River
Skyview
Mead
Traditiona
l Arena
2003
-
Student
led
2004
SLC
2005
Data from Dan Barrett & Tim Stensager FPSD

Percent of parents that agreed

Student Led Conferences:


Provide info on academic achievement 91%

Help develop a plan for success next year 86%

Help discuss future goals beyond high school 87%

Was worthwhile




96%

Should continue








95%

Data from 6 implementing school districts
over 4 years.
-
courtesy of Dan Barrett & Tim
Stensager FPSD

FPS & State Pre-College Writing
34%
38%
39%
29%
22%
21%
30%
19%
19%
20%
20%
21%
21%
20%
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
35%
40%
45%
1999
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
FPSD Writing Remediation
State Writing Remediation
Linear (FPSD Writing Remediation)
Linear (State Writing Remediation)
Data from Dan Barrett & Tim Stensager FPSD

Why should we move in this direction?






Staff Beliefs & Attitudes….


42/43 staff members surveyed believe student achievement
can increase through effective parental involvement.




Culture of poverty

Narrative Statements from Data
Carousel Fall 2005

Staff Beliefs & Attitudes….


41/43 teachers surveyed think student achievement can
increase by close personal relationships between students &
teachers.






Narrative Statements from Data Carousel Fall 2005


Why should we move in this direction?






Staff Beliefs & Attitudes….


Majority of staff strongly disagree that they communicate with
parents often.


Narrative Statements from Data Carousel Fall 2005


Why should we move in this direction?



Improvement to student
portfolios…

The portfolio was poorly organized & I didn't
always know what was going in to my portfolio.
It was difficult to organize because I didn't
have access to it before my senior year.


Comment from 2006 Senior Exit Survey





Why should we move in
this direction?






Improvement to student
portfolios

I did not like the portfolio projects... they did
not help me in any way to plan for my future.



Comments from 2006 Senior Exit Survey





Why should we move in
this direction?






Improvement to student
portfolios

I never really worked on my portfolio to my
best of my abilities, and it did not mean much
to me so I couldn’t tell you what worked well or
what should be changed.




Comments from 2006 Senior Exit Survey





Why should we move in
this direction?






Improvement to student
portfolios…


I barely ever used my portfolio. I also probably
won't really ever use it anyway.


Comments from 2006 Senior Exit Survey





Why should we move in
this direction?






Culture of poverty…



“In practical terms, because children living in
persistent poverty appear to be at greater risk for
serious academic failure, their potential
contribution to society remains limited.”



From Ruby Payne’s
A Framework

for Understanding Poverty

Why should we move in
this direction?






Culture of poverty…



50.8% of MBHS receive free or reduced lunch






(
Most recent data from 2004
-
2005 school year)

Why should we move in
this direction?






Parent Connections…


On average 30
-
35% of our parents come to parent
conferences.

(data collected from last few years of conferences)


Remember…. Schools using SLC’s are averaging

over 80% parent participation

Why should we move in this direction?



Student goals & post
-
high school choices….


What are our kids doing after high school?

Why should we move in
this direction?






23
23
16
28
5
5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
4 Yr Coll
CC-
Trans
CC-Tech
Work
Other
Military
Percent
Based on averages collected from data in
the last 10 years

Collected by Sandi Madison through the Senior Exit
Survey

Number of Mount Baker High School Students
attending
any

CC or TC in WA

taking pre
-
college math

37%
54%
47%
44%
38%
47%
0%
10%
20%
30%
40%
50%
60%
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
State
Pre College Math
Data collected from OSPI 2/13/06

Number of Mount Baker High School Students
attending
any

CC or TC in WA

taking pre
-
college writing

13%
13%
26%
6%
13%
20%
0%
5%
10%
15%
20%
25%
30%
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
State
Pre-College Writing
Data collected from OSPI 2/13/06

Many pieces in place…



Portfolio structure


PRIDE Presentations


Developed 13 year plan structure


OSPI Grant

Why should we move in this direction?



What is this going to
look like this year?


Or



How will this effect
individual teachers?


What is this going to
look like this year?




Every teacher has 16
-
18 students in a
mentoring group (from the same grade)


12 mentoring session have been
scheduled (equaling less than 400
minutes)



What is this going to
look like this year?




Lead teachers will help facilitate
program


Lessons will be highly structured and
purposeful


Team/committee will work on developing
& refining lessons




What is this going to
look like this year?





Team/committee will research & do site
visits to schools using SLC’s


Counselors monitor, oversee & collect
data





This is what we agreed to
do?





Last spring 34 of 35 teachers agreed to
move forward with this program


The consensus was to move slowly with
this program



This is what we agreed to
do?




Results of Staff Survey


PRIDE 101 Name



79% Really liked or kind of liked
the name


8% didn’t like it


13% didn’t care






This is what we agreed to
do?




Results of Staff Survey


Site Visits to other schools



41% interested


25% maybe


33% no






This is what we agreed to
do?




Results of Staff Survey


Piloting SLC’s



38% interested


28% maybe


33% no






This is what we agreed to
do?



Results of Staff Survey

Staff comfort levels on teaching:


Goals:

89%
comfortable or very comfortable

GPA:

76%
comfortable or very comfortable

Credits:

43%
comfortable or very

comfortable

Admin
: 74%
comfortable or very comfortable






Year 2 & beyond



Team/committee train staff on SLC’s


Mentoring groups continue


SLC’s in the spring


Counselors monitor, oversee & collect
data





PRIDE Leadership Team


Or


The P.L.T
.

PRIDE 101 Leadership Structure


Laura
-


administrative contact, professional
development, grant management, budget,
mentor, program development

PRIDE 101 Leadership Structure


Toby
-


counselor contact, logistics coordinator, data
collection, OSPI contact, program
development

PRIDE 101 Leadership Structure


Sandi and Kris
-


logistics, lesson planning, career
connections, mentor, data collection

PRIDE 101 Leadership Structure


Lead Teachers
-
Sher (9), Pat (10), Megan (11),
Karen (12)

Lesson planning, mentors, train grade level
mentors, review data, prep materials,
program development

PRIDE 101 Leadership Structure


Mentors
-

41 mentors in grades 9
-
12


Mentor, attend mentor trainings, follow lesson
plans, take attendance, manage student
portfolios.

PRIDE 101 Lesson Cycle


One week before:


Meet with leader teacher to get training


Receive PRIDE lesson plan


Review lesson plan

PRIDE 101 Lesson Cycle


1
-
2 Days before:


Lead teacher gets PRIDE 101 materials


Lead teacher distributes materials to grade
level mentors


Mentor reviews lesson and materials

PRIDE 101 Lesson Cycle


Day of Lesson:


Take attendance on Skyward


Follow lesson plan


Turn in any necessary materials/paperwork


Do follow up survey online

Post Lesson Survey



Key component to data collection


Easy way to get feedback to improve lessons


Survey is anonymous and quick


www.mtbaker.wednet.edu/counseling