Lum School Plan 2003/04
Lum Elementary School was a K-5 school with an enrollment of 506 in 2003/04. To review Lum's state Academic Performance Index scores since 2000 click here. Here is the latest STAR data available from the state of California for Lum.
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For English Language Arts
- K-2 teachers will implement Houghton Mifflin reading program.
- Teachers will assess and analyze student's reading comprehension on an ongoing basis at the classroom, grade and site level.
- Maintain current intervention programs and strengthen intervention by extending it to all grade levels.
For students who are proficient in math or english language arts
- Teachers will identify low performing students, especially who fall into at-risk subgroups and document the intervention programs in which they are participating and their academic progress.
- Maintain and enhance current intervention programs including creating programs to meet needs of struggling studentss, from all grade levels, especially those from under performing sub-groups.
- Maintain and possibly enhance social-emotional support for low performing SES students.
- Assure that all students have access to educational supplies throughout the entire year.
For writing assessment improvements
- Implement the Houghton Mifflin writing program at grades K-2.
- Discuss the Houghton Mifflin writing program and its relation to past practices at Lum, especially - six traits techniques and utilization of the student writing processes and writing daily for fluency. Determine how to meld the two.
- Teachers will analyze student work on an ongoing basis at the classroom, grade level and site.
Student Achievement Questions
- Of the K-5 students who are performing below grade level, what effective intervention programs can we offer?
- Of the students who are reading below grade level, what skills are they lacking that would increase their reading comprehension?
- Of the students not making grade level proficiency in writing,what skills are they lacking?
Teacher Practice Questions
- How effective are our intervention programs for improving student performance in the classroom and on standardized assessments?
- To what extent are all of the K-2 teachers implementing the Houghton Mifflin reading program effectively, and what aspects of the Houghton Mifflin program need to be enhanced or emphasized to meet the needs of struggling students?
- What techniques or strategies will most effectively meet the needs of students performing below grade level in writing?
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