Through a collaborative effort of home, school, and community, Southside students will be provided the necessary experiences that empower them to become productive citizens and life-long learners.
Southside ISD Believes
eve, be successful, and contribute to society, That all students deserve quality facilities that promote academic excellence, That positive, visionary leadership builds,That all students will succeed with community involvement, ve access to information to That all stakeholders can ISD Disciplinary Alternative Education Program
The Southside Disciplinary Alternative Education Program fosters a positive change in attitude and behavior that permits the student to return to the home campus and provides
Both provide students skills necessary to be successful in learning in the educational setting 5/31/07 Academic Center for Educational Success (ACES)
The mission of the Academic Center for Education Success (ACES) is to provide a unique academic program for Southside ISD students who are at-risk or dropouts.
The ACES students completes their high school requirements in order to receive a diploma.5/31/07 Alternative Center CPOC Committee Augustus Barnett, Ella Beal,
English Language Arts Veronica Gonzalez, Kate Goodspeed,
Secondary Science Daniel OBrien,
Secondary Math Teacher Thomas Reed, Michael Sands, Darlene Vinyard, Elementary/Special Education Teacher Gary Wiess, District Homebound Teacher Central Office:
Mr.Larry Villa 5/31/07 Southside DAEP CPOC Meeting Dates/Times
2007-2008 School Year
September 24, 22, 10, 28, 25, 24, 28, 19, Cafeteria 5/31/07 NEEDS ASSESSMENT The DAEP CPOC conducted needs assessments using a variety of indicators and identified the needs listed below.
TAKS results from all students who had been placed in DAEP during the 2006-2007 school year prior to the TAKS administration wereviewed and deficits continue to exist in math and science, with the gap between sending campuses and DAEP closing in reading.2.Attendance:
PEIMS attendance reports were reviewed and although absences continue to pose a challenge to the campus.Attendance rate for last year was 90.62%.
In analyzing AEIS and PEIMS reports, dropouts continue to be a problem.
Some success was noteself-paced methods and materials (such as NovaNet and/or Plato) that is also used at the Districts high school and middle schoThis program needs to continue for DAEP students at the senior level classification.
In reviewing retention rates, fewer high school students were recredits because of collaboration between DAEP and high school in assigning elective work to students while at DAEP.
This program needs to continue and be expanded.
In analyzing results from the staff development survey given to staff, it was noted that staff needs training concentrated on dclassroom management, effective teaching practices, content-area/subject specific training, and curriculum integration across d 6.
Community and Parental Involvement:
A review of parental and community involvement in CPOC meetings, as well as in other aspects of the DAEP program, shows that moto be done to ensure that parents become partners in the educational program at DAEP.
Southside Alternative Center Key Initiatives for Instructional Program Improvement 2007-2008
1.Continue implementation of ACES program rriculum and individual and small group instruction.
Promote program to eligible studecontact and mail.
2.Implement NovaNet and American Preparatorogical tools to assist in ogram.
In addition, American Preparatory Institute self-paced, ESC-4 TAKS remediation/credit recovery curriculum, and teacher-created matwill be used in ACES.
Provide training by ESC-20 to alternative center staff in areas of integrating curriculum across subjects, differentiatingimplementing project-based instruction.
5.Continue to coordinate with high school
Expand program by purchasing self-paced elective curriculum that correlates w 6.
Continue implementation of Boys Town discipline management model to decrease discipli 7.
Promote training leading to ESL and G/T certitive Campus teachers.
8.Use communication strategies to reduce discretionary placements at DAE 9.
Create a positive and disciplinary incentives plan to increase Alternative attendance to 94%.
requirements and the State requirements for Highly improve the level of student achievement in all subject areas.
To improve academic achievement so that 90% of all students taking TAKS will pass all sub-tests, meeting the state standard by 2012.
SISD Strategic Plan Organizational Oversight - A Technology 3,4
Strategies/Activities: CORE ACADEMIC SUBJECTS
Staff Responsible of Evaluation and Reporting Accomplishments
DAEP teachers will be issued notebook computers and provided data projectors to facilitate the integration of technology into everyday instruction.
Use Promethean Board as a tool to facilitate and enhance the use of technology into instructional activities.
Implement Hands-on Equations into elementary and secondary (primarily MS) classrooms to address math deficits.
Serve on district committees to revisit/revise scope/sequence
DAEP teachers will access and implement curriculum materials and frameworks created by di
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