Mount Olive Middle School
Wayne County Public Schools

School Improvement Plan

School Improvement Plan
2014 through 2016

Tammy C. Keel
309 Wooten Street
, Mount Olive, NC 28365

District Improvement Plan
Goals and Vision

 

State Board of Education Goals:

Goal 1 – North Carolina public schools will produce globally competitive students.

Goal 2 – North Carolina public schools will be led by 21st Century professionals.

Goal 3 – North Carolina Public School students will be healthy and responsible.

Goal 4 – Leadership will guide innovation in North Carolina public schools.

Goal 5 – North Carolina public schools will be governed and supported by 21st Century systems.

 

 

 

District Goals for Wayne County Public Schools (960)

District Goal 1 –Wayne County Public Schools will produce globally competitive students.

District Goal 2 – Wayne County Public Schools will be led by 21st Century professionals.

District Goal 3 –Wayne County Public Schools students will be healthy and responsible.

District Goal 4 –Leadership will guide innovation in Wayne County Public Schools.

District Goal 5 – Wayne County Public Schools will be governed and supported by 21st Century systems.

 

 

Goals for Mount Olive Middle School (348)

School Goal 1 – Increase our efforts to improve student, staff, and community safety at Mount Olive Middle School as measured by disciplinary incident reports, student referrals, staff referrals, and increase in professional development devoted to safety.In addition, MOMS will successfully implement the school-wide PBIS program and mentoring program that will teach students appropriate behaviors and minimize student discipline issues.Discipline referrals will decrease by 10% as a result of this program.

School Goal 2Mount Olive Middle School will strive to ensure that 100% of our teaching staff is creating 21st century learning environments in their classrooms by using student data to inform instructional practices.

School Goal 3 – 1.Mount Olive Middle School (MOMS) will meet or exceed the Federal and State targets for Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) of Reading 55.1%, Math 53.9%, and Science 61.8%.In addition, MOMS will meet the targets in all defined subgroups.

School Goal 4 – (optional)

School Goal 5 – (optional)

 

 

 

District Mission Statement for Wayne County Public Schools (960)

Mission: All Wayne County Public Schools students will graduate from high school, globally competitive for work and postsecondary education prepared for life in the 21st Century through rigor, relevance and relationships.

 

 

 

Mission Statement for Mount Olive Middle School (348)

Mission:The Mission of Mount Olive Middle School is that we strive to teach students skills that will enable them to be competitive in the 21st Century.

 

 

 

District Vision and Beliefs Statement for Wayne County Public Schools (960)

Vision:

The Wayne County Public Schools provides an exemplary education for all students in a globally competitive 21st Century environment.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goals for Mount Olive Middle School (348)

School Goal 1 – Increase our efforts to improve student, staff, and community safety at Mount Olive Middle School as measured by disciplinary incident reports, student referrals, staff referrals, and increase in professional development devoted to safety.In addition, MOMS will successfully implement the school-wide PBIS program and mentoring program that will teach students appropriate behaviors and minimize student discipline issues.Discipline referrals will decrease by 10% as a result of this program.

School Goal 2Mount Olive Middle School will strive to ensure that 100% of our teaching staff is creating 21st century learning environments in their classrooms by using student data to inform instructional practices.

School Goal 3 – 1.Mount Olive Middle School (MOMS) will meet or exceed the Federal and State targets for Annual Measurable Objectives (AMO) of Reading 55.1%, Math 53.9%, and Science 61.8%.In addition, MOMS will meet the targets in all defined subgroups.

School Goal 4 – (optional)

School Goal 5 – (optional)

 

 

 

District Mission Statement for Wayne County Public Schools (960)

Mission: All Wayne County Public Schools students will graduate from high school, globally competitive for work and postsecondary education prepared for life in the 21st Century through rigor, relevance and relationships.

 

 

Mission Statement for Mount Olive Middle School (348)

Mission:The Mission of Mount Olive Middle School is that we strive to teach students skills that will enable them to be competitive in the 21st Century.

 

 

 

District Vision and Beliefs Statement for Wayne County Public Schools (960)

Vision:

The Wayne County Public Schools provides an exemplary education for all students in a globally competitive 21st Century environment.

 

Beliefs:

* The education of children is a priority and is the responsibility of the entire community.

 

* Education is a sound investment for society and a key to ending the cycle of poverty.

 

* Understanding and respecting cultural diversity enriches the learning environment.

 

* All students deserve a quality education.

 

* Learning is a lifelong process.

 

 

 

Vision and Beliefs Statement for Mount Olive Middle School

Vision:

We envision all students learning and achieving at their highest potential so they are prepared for the rigors of independence in the 21st Century.

Beliefs:

 

1. Learning is a life-long process.

2. All students deserve a quality education.

3. Children learn better when parents are involved.

4. Every person deserves to be treated equitably.

5. The education of children is a priority and is the responsibility of the entire community.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cover Sheet – Wayne County Public Schools

 

LEA or Charter Name/Number:

Wayne County Public Schools - 960

School Name/Number:

Mount Olive Middle School (348)

School Address:

309 Wooten Street, Mount Olive, NC28365

Plan Year(s):

2014 - 2016

 

 

School Improvement Team Membership

Committee Position

Name

Principal

Tammy C. Keel

Assistant Principal

NaTale Nelson

5th grade

Jenny Coudriet

6th grade

Alan Williams

7th grade

Jimmy Wood

8th grade

Jesi Knowles-Brock

Electives

Karen Helms

Exceptional Children

Kimberly Gagliano

Instructional Assistants

Bonnie Brogden

Classified Staff

Beverly Cashwell

Media

Valerie Blokland

Counselor

Mack Beard

Success Coach

Mary Kay James

Parent

Heather Wright

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Percentage of Staff Approval:

100 %

 

 

Principal Signature:

 

 

September 29, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Local Board Approval Date:

 

 

 

 

Date

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Executive Summary –Mount Olive Middle School

 

Synopsis of School Demographics

Mount Olive Middle School operates on a five-block day, with electives on a Day 1, Day 2 schedule. Classes are 72 minutes long for all grade levels. The school is a very diverse school with 31% white students, 34% black students, 33% Hispanic students, and 2% multi-racial students.

Student Performance Data

In 2007-2008, Mount Olive Middle made High Growth based on the North Carolina ABC standards. The school met 19 out of 22 target goals based on AYP data and therefore did not make AYP. The following subgroups did not make AYP for the 2007-2008 school year: LEP students, black students, and all students in Math.

In 2008-2009, Mount Olive Middle made High Growth based on the North Carolina ABC standards. The school also met all target goals for AYP.

In 2009-2010, Mount Olive Middle made Expected Growth based on the North Carolina ABC standards. The school met 24 out of 29 target goals based on AYP data and therefore did not make AYP. The following subgroups did not make AYP for the 2009-2010 school year: Students with disabilities/Reading; All students/Math; Black students/Math; Economically disadvantaged students/Math; Students with disabilities/Math.

In 2010-2011, MOMS made high growth based on the North Carolina ABC standards and was named a School of Progress. The school met 21 out of 29 goals based on AYP data and therefore did not make AYP based on the NCLB Federal standards. AYP results showed that MOMS met target goals through safe harbor in the following areas: Math--all students, black, white, Limited English Proficient (LEP) and Students with Disabilities (SWD). AYP subgroups in which we were deficient include the following: Math--Hispanic and Economically Disadvantaged (ED) students; Reading--All students, Black, Hispanic, LEP, SWD, and ED students. MOMS made AYP in reading without safe harbor in the White students subgroup.

In 2011-2012, MOMS made high growth based on the North Carolina ABC standards and was named a School of Progress. The school met 19 out of 29 goals for AMO and therefore did not make the overall AMO based on the NCLB Federal standards. AMO results showed that MOMS met target goals through safe harbor in the following area: Reading – Hispanic and Math – LEP. AMO subgroups in which were we were deficient include the following: Reading – All Students, Black, White, Economically Disadvantaged, and Students With Disabilities; Math – All Students, Black, White, Economically Disadvantaged, and Studies With Disabilities. MOMS made AMO in Reading in the LEP subgroup and in Math in the Hispanic subgroup.

In 2012-13, MOMS made expected growth based on the North Carolina ABC standards. The school met 35 of 43 (81.4%) State AMO targets and 23 of 29 (79.3%) of Federal AMO targets. AMO results showed that MOMS met target goals through the confidence interval in the following areas: Reading – Black, Economically Disadvantage Students (EDS), Limited English Proficient (LEP) and Students With Disabilities (SWD); Math – Hispanic, LEP, SWD; Science – Black, Hispanic, White, and EDS. AMO subgroups in which were we were deficient and did not meet AMO include the following: Reading – All Students, White, AIG; Math – All Students, Black, White, EDS; Science – All students subgroup. MOMS made AMO in Reading in the Hispanic subgroup and in Math in the AIG subgroup.

In 2013-2014, MOMS made exceeded expected growth based on the North Carolina ABC standards. The school met 29 out of 45 goals (64.4%) for AMO and therefore did not make the overall AMO based on the NCLB Federal standards. AMO results showed that MOMS met target goals through a confidence interval in the following area: Reading – Hispanic, LEP, and AIG; Math – AIG; Science – White. AMO subgroups in which we met AMO targets are as follows: Science – Hispanic; AMO subgroups in which we were deficient include the following: Reading – All Students, Black, White, Economically Disadvantaged, and Students With Disabilities; Math – All Students, Black, Hispanic, White, Economically Disadvantaged, LEP, and Students With Disabilities; Science – All students, Black, Economically Disadvantaged, and Students with Disabilities.

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