Principals will create SMART/WISE goals for their schools that will serve as the framework for building capacity. (DEVELOP PEOPLE)
We will support school leadership to increase mathematical capacity leading to participation in higher level mathematics and college readiness as measured by superintendent and school determined projections. (ACCELERATE THE LEARNING)
Schools will build capacity in teaching and learning fostering a community of high expectations and equitable practices measured by superintendent and school determined specific projections in areas such as College Preparatory Index, College Readiness and placement in advanced courses. (ACCELERATE THE LEARNING)
Superintendent Richard (Richie) Cintron
Champions 4 Children
of teachers say that the professional staff believes that all students can learn, including English language learners (ELLs) and students with disabilities.
of teachers say that students behave well in class even when the teacher isn't watching.
of teachers say that students provide constructive feedback to their peers and teachers.Add short body of text
of teachers say that students respond to challenging questions in class.
What is the context? TEACHERS
of students say that they are challenged in their classes.
of students say that most students behave well even when the teacher isn't watching.
of students say that they learn a lot from feedback on their work.
of students say that teachers ask difficult questions in class.
What is the context? STUDENTS
2018 Graduation Rate - June
2017 Grad Rate - 97%
2016 Grad Rate - 90%
2015 Grad Rate - 92
2018 College Readiness BOTH (Math 68% - ELA 89%)
2017 CR Both - 66%
2016 CR Both - 61%
2015 CR Both - 45
2017 students with
College Preparatory Credit
Similar Schools: 76%
Average attendance above 90%
What is the context? DATA
Frank McCourt High School
Champions 4 Children
Students will indicate an improved sense of teachers' high expectations as reflected in survey questions.
90% of FMHS students will participate in 2 student led conferences that include sharing their work, identification of feedback used for revisions and definition of goals for monitoring.
Teacher teams will engage in training and at least 3 protocols to review and norm FMHS outcomes and grading policies.
Students, staff and families will develop projects to improve school pride.
80% of parents surveyed will indicate that they have used the FMHS website or participated in at least one FMHS community event.
FMHS Grading Policy
FMHS Staff Handbook
SPED at FMHS
A-411 Behavioral Crisis De-Escalation/Intervention and Contacting 911
A-412 Security in the Schools / A-414 Safety Plans
A-420 Pupil Behavior and Discipline - Corporal Punishment
A-421 Pupil Behavior and Discipline - Verbal Abuse
A-443 Student Discipline Procedures
A-750 Child Abuse Prevention
A-755 Suicide Prevention/Intervention
A-830 Anti-Discrimination Policy and Procedures for Filing Internal Complaints of Discrimination