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  • School Improvement Plan

    2016-2017

    School Improvement Plans remain in effect for two years, but a School Leadership Team may amend as often as necessary or appropriate.

    Draft Due: October 3, 2016 Final Copy Due: October 18, 2016

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    Eastway Middle School Contact Information School:

    Eastway Middle School Courier Number:

    381

    Address:

    1501 Norland Road Phone Number:

    980.343.6410

    Charlotte, NC 28215 Fax Number:

    980.343.6406

    Learning Community

    Beacon School Website:

    http://schools.cms.k12.nc.us/eastwayMS/Pages/Default.aspx

    Principal: Mary Webb

    Learning Community Superintendent: Kondra Rattley

    Eastway Middle School Improvement Team Membership From GS §115C-105.27: “The principal of 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 personnel, 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 Position Name Email Address Date

    Elected

    Principal Mary Webb [email protected] NA

    Assistant Principal Representative Elizabeth Bickerton [email protected] NA

    Assistant Principal Representative Darryl Powell [email protected] NA

    Dean of Students Dale Adair [email protected] NA

    Teacher Representative Leslie Baldwin [email protected] 8/26/16

    Teacher Representative Camille Caines [email protected] 8/26/16

    Teacher Representative Ian Joyce [email protected] 8/26/16

    Teacher Representative Louis Wilkinson [email protected] 8/26/16

    Inst. Support Representative Hastie Hovey [email protected] NA

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    Inst. Support Representative Jose Rios [email protected] NA

    Inst. Support Representative Kathleen Shea [email protected] NA

    Parent Representative Miriam Lara [email protected] 9/15/16

    Parent Representative Nicole Simmons [email protected] 9/15/16

    Parent Representative Jessica Landon [email protected] 9/15/16

    Parent Representative Hasta Pradhan [email protected] 9/15/16

    mailto:[email protected] mailto:[email protected] mailto:[email protected] mailto:[email protected] mailto:[email protected] mailto:[email protected]

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    Vision Statement

    District: CMS provides all students the best education available anywhere, preparing every child to lead a rich and productive life.

    School: We will leverage our school diversity to equip our students to be contributing and productive members of the world.

    Mission Statement

    District: The mission of CMS is to maximize academic achievement by every student in every school.

    School: The mission of Eastway Middle is to educate all students for college and career readiness.

    Eastway Middle School Shared Beliefs  High expectations are necessary for student achievement.

     Parental involvement and community support are essential

    for student success.

     Our diversity is an asset.

     Students should take an active role in their own learning.

     With support, every student can be successful.

     To have high quality learning, we must have high quality

    teaching.

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    Eastway Middle School SMART Goals  Provide a duty-free lunch period for every teacher on a daily basis.

     Provide duty-free instructional planning time for every teacher under G.S. 115C-105.27 and -301.1, with the goal of proving an

    average of at least five hours of planning time per week, to the maximum extent that the safety and proper supervision of

    students may allow during regular student contact hours.

     Provide a positive school climate, under CMS regulation JICK-R, by promoting a safe learning environment free of bullying and

    harassing behaviors.

     Maximize academic achievement in a personalized 21st-century learning environment for every child to graduate

    college- and career-ready.

     Increase ELA proficiency from 36.5% GLP/23.8% CCR on the 2015-16 Reading EOG to 50% GLP/45% CCR on the 2016-17

    Reading EOG.

     Increase math proficiency from 20.8% GLP/17.2% CCR on the 2015-16 Math EOG to 40% GLP/35% CCR on the 2016-17 Math

    EOG.

     Increase science proficiency from 35.7% GLP/24.9% CCR on the 2015-16 Science EOG to 50% GLP/45% CCR on the 2016-17

    Science EOG.

     Improve the learning environment index of the school from 5.1 on the 2015-16 Teacher Insight Survey to 7.0 on the 2016-17

    Teacher Insight Survey.

     Improve school culture by decreasing student misbehavior as measured by ISS and OSS rates from 28.7% ISS/17% OSS in

    2015-16 school year to 23.1% ISS/13.6% OSS in the 2016-17 school year.

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    Eastway Middle School Assessment Data Snapshot

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    Eastway Middle School Profile

    Eastway Middle School is a Title I urban school located at 1501 Norland Road, just east of downtown Charlotte, North Carolina.

    Eastway is a part of the Northeast Learning Community. The community surrounding Eastway consists of many diverse businesses,

    apartments, and single family homes. Eastway is a school where students are required to wear uniforms. We have a diverse

    population with 889 students. The student demographics are 33.7% African American, 50.8% Hispanic, 10.5% Asian, 3.3% white and

    1.6% multi-racial. Approximately 10% of our students are identified as students with disabilities (SWD) and 30.4% are identified as

    limited English proficient (LEP). Eastway has a 1 to 1 computer ratio.

    Eastway has 68 permanent instructional and non-instructional support staff members. 58.6% of the teaching staff has three or less

    years of teaching experience. 41.4% of the teaching staff has more than three years of teaching experience. 39.4% of the staff has

    advanced degrees. 28 of the 68 instructional staff members are lateral entry licensed teachers. Eastway does not have an active

    PTA/PTO. There were 4 active parent member of the 2015-2016 SLT.

    Eastway Middle School did not make expected growth as measured by the 2015-2016 North Carolina End-of-Grade assessments.

    22.1% of students met or exceeded college career ready (CCR) standards for the 2015-2016 school year. 31.4% of students met

    or exceeded grade level proficiency (GLP) standards. 95.8% or 23/24 AMOSTAT targets were met. Eastway received an overall

    school performance grade of F. We received a D for reading and an F for math. We did not meet our target for 8th grade science

    for our Asian subgroup of students. Overall proficiency decreased from 25.3% in 2014-15 to 21.9% in 2015-16. In reading, we

    increased by 2.0% in our CCR proficiency and 4.7% in our GLP proficiency. In math, we decreased by 7.4% CCR and 9.6% GLP.

    In science, we decreased by 12.8% CCR and 11.2% GLP. In Math 1, we decreased by 46% CCR and 28.8% GLP. Our most

    significant achievement gap exists between our LEP and SWD students. Students assigned to ISS increased by almost 10% and

    OSS increased by 1%.

    To address our sizable drops in math proficiency, we have added an assistant principal with mathematics expertise as well as used

    Title 1 funding to hire a math facilitator. We are using Eureka math to support instruction for math. To address the significant drops in

    Math 1, we put into place more stringent criteria for students taking Math 1 to support greater success with the high school curriculum.

    In addition to teaching Math 1 and 8th grade math to these students concurrently, we will add an 8th grade math elective during second

    semester for those students who are not meeting proficiency. In order to address the lack of meeting our AMOSTAT target for our

    Asian subgroup, we are using Title 1 funds to hire a Nepali trans