Proficiency in Harrison County...
"Big 4 Questions"
Asked to help our students
reach the goal of Proficiency and beyond!
1. Where are our
students in terms of proficient performance?
2. How do we know
where our students are "performance-wise"?
3. How do we feel
about it? Are we satisfied?
4. What are we going
to do about it?
Things we are
Team members identify
proficient work and monitor within the
team the student performance.
Administrators (school and
district) visit classrooms each week and
provide feedback to teachers.
Two teachers from each
school meet twice monthly to share
focus on student performance.
Teachers report to
administrators performance levels of students
and strategies to increase performance.
Increased services so
that more elementary students may participate
in primary talent pool and additional focus be placed at middle and high.
Teachers utilize a program
designed to help them recognize proficient
work, evaluate student performance and provide additional classroom
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administrators meet to continue focus on proficiency.
Monthly Grade Level and Program Meetings
teachers network, collaborate resources and strategies and analyze
student work on common assessments to focus on the instructional
Four high school students
from each grade level meet to discuss various
Allows teachers the
opportunity to express concerns.
Revised to create
consistency between schools.
Harrison County continues
to grow as a Professional Learning Community.
here to learn more.
Continue public relations
efforts through WHHS Channel 6 broadcasts, various publications,
classroom blogs, etc.
Coming soon to DVD
We are Harrison...Come Shine with Us!
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Blueprint for a
Successful School in Harrison County!
Organizational Chart for contacts.