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Summer Learning 2017Summer Readiness & SSI

Elementary and middle school

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WHAT IS SUMMER READINESSThe Dallas ISD Summer Readiness program is an intensive eight day program specifically designed for students that did not meet local promotion criteria per District policy due to report card

grades.

Students

in grades 1 through 8 will be allowed to complete courses which the students were unsuccessful with during the regular school year. Campuses will utilize student data to develop lessons to target specific areas of need for each student. Summer Readiness is essentially summer school for students in grades 1-8.

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PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS (P. 52 OF 16’-17’ STUDENT HANDBOOK)PK-KINDERGARTEN“Prekindergarten and kindergarten students shall not be retained due to the voluntary status of enrollment. Prekindergarten, kindergarten, and grade 1 students shall receive grades of E (excellent), S (satisfactory), and N (needs improvement).” (p. 52 of the 2016-2017 Student Handbook)

FIRST GRADE

“First-grade students are considered for retention if mastery of grade-level objectives is not reflected by assessment methods, especially in language arts and mathematics. Parental permission is required for retention of first-grade students.”

(p. 52 of the 2016-2017 Student Handbook)

GRADES 2–8

“In grades two through eight, promotion to the next grade level is based on an overall average of 70 on a scale of 100 based upon course-level, grade level standards for all subject areas and a grade of 70 or above in three of the following areas: language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies”

(p. 52 of the 2016-2017 Student Handbook)

* The Language Arts Grade for grade 1-5 is calculated by averaging all reading, language arts, and writing in both English and Spanish that the student is enrolled in for the year.

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RETAINED STUDENTS (pp. 52-53 of the 2016-2017 Student Handbook)“Any student in grades one through eight who does not meet the criteria outlined above [previous slide]for promotion to the next grade level may attend extended-year program(s) provided by the district in applicable content areas. Students who

attend at least 90 percent of the extended year program days

in the applicable content area(s) will be promoted to the next grade level at the beginning of the school year

on the basis of academic achievement or demonstrated proficiency of the subject matter of the course or grade level.

(pp. 52-53 of the 2016-2017 Student Handbook)

*

Students in grade 6-8:

A maximum of two middle school foundation courses may be taken in summer school. A student who has failed three foundation courses may attend summer school and shall be eligible for promotion if his or her summer school grades enable him or her to meet the promotion criteria. A student who attends 90 percent of the summer school session in one or two failed foundation courses may be exempted from the mandatory accelerated instruction program. A student who has failed more than three foundation courses may attend summer school if he or she so chooses but shall not be eligible for promotion.

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STAAR PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS STAAR PROMOTION REQUIREMENTS GRADE 5 & 8“In order to be promoted to grade six, students enrolled in grade five must perform satisfactorily on the mathematics and reading sections of the grade five assessment in English or Spanish. In order to be promoted to grade nine, students enrolled in grade eight must perform satisfactorily on the mathematics and reading sections of the grade eight assessment in English.”(p. 52 of 2016-2017 Student Handbook)

5

th

and 8

th

Grade students that are retained pending STAAR (3

rd

Administration) attend SSI. Summer Readiness is for students that were retained due to report card grades. However, students that are retained for both report grades and STAAR will attend Summer Readiness/SSI (the program will look

the

same,

students

will need to be coded for both programs).

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WHAT IS SSIThe Summer SSI (Student Success Initiative) Accelerated

Instruction Program is designed as a continuation of services for students in grades 5 and 8 who did not meet the state passing requirement on the second administration of the STAAR (State of Texas Assessments of Academic Readiness).

Campuses

will utilize student data to develop lessons to target specific areas of need for each student. Students will be provided with resources and small group instruction that will aid in the advancement of knowledge in order to prepare them for a third opportunity of testing on the STAAR.

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STUDENT ELIGIBILITYSUMMER READINESSCurrent Dallas ISD students in grades 1-8 that are retained for the 2016-2017 school year due to report card grades.

This program is not open to students that are not current DISD students.

SSI

Current Dallas ISD students in grades 5 & 8 that did not pass the 2

nd

administration of the STAAR Math and or Reading during the 2016-2017 school year

(see note below about out of district students)

*TAC §101.2006. Accelerated Instruction (c)  A school district must accommodate the request of an out-of-district student to participate in any established, on-campus summer accelerated instruction program,

provided the student is living away from his or her home district and the program matches the accelerated instruction prescribed by the student's Grade Placement Committee.

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LOCATION, DATES, TIMES SUMMER READINESS All regular elementary and middle school campuses.

Magnet students attend their home/zone campus.

M-Th, June 5 – 15, 2017 (8 Days)

Elementary School: 8-12PM

Middle School: 9-1PM

Provided: Breakfast,

Lunch, and Transportation

SSI

All regular elementary and middle school campuses.

Magnet students attend their home/zone campus.

M-Th, June 5 – 19, 2017 (9 days)

STAAR Retest, June 20-21 (2 days)

Elementary School: 8-12PM

Middle School: 9-1PM

Provided: Breakfast,

Lunch,

and Transportation

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STAFFINGSUMMER READINESSAll Campus Principals and Office Managers are on contract.

Campus Principal selects certified teachers to fill allocated Summer Readiness positions. All selected Summer Readiness Teachers should note in the Staffing Google Doc with their name and ID number.

SSI classes

have

a 10:1 maximum ratio, this is a state requirement. Summer Readiness

classes are suggested to

have a

maximum of a 15:1 ratio (principals have discretion with Summer Readiness class ratios).

The Campus

Office Manager will be the time keeper and needs to be up to date with CPR and First Aid Training.

Middle Schools will have

at least one Monitor, and the Polic

e Officer assigned to each school during the school year will play the same role for the SSI/Readiness program.

Summer Learning will have itinerant nurses assigned to feeder patterns

housed

at feeder pattern high schools.

Allocations

in the Campus

Staffing

Google

Doc

will not be

levelled. In

rare cases, the Summer Learning Department may add allocations

to a campus if

the need is truly present.

Testing Coordinators- Karen Byers

has offered

the opportunity to

current campus testing coordinators.

If

the campus testing coordinator

does not want to work

summer

testing, Ms. Byers will select another person for the campus.

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SCHEDULINGAllocations were based on student enrollment; therefore, some readiness classes may have to be stacked (grades 1-3 in the same class or 6-7 Math in the same class). For grades 5 & 8, Reading and Math SSI classes can be the same as the Reading and Math Readiness. Meaning students

may

receive credit for both SSI and Readiness in Math and/or Reading

,

but it is imperative that students are coded

for both programs in the Summer

Learning App.

Principals have discretion

on what the schedule

and programs looks

like during the scheduled program hours (ES: 8-12PM and MS: 9-1PM).

The

Summer Learning

App (SLAPP)

that will be used to enroll students into Summer Readiness and/or SSI

classes,

training for the SLAPP

(via web training) will be provided

to all teachers and administrators working the program.

It is crucial that students are enrolled correctly into the

SLAPP.

(More information on

SLAPP

training

is forthcoming

).

Campus administrators and counselors should start notifying students

at-risk-of retention, due

to report card grades and/or

STAAR,

that they need to attend Summer Readiness and/or SSI.

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CHANCERY AND RETENTION CODESAfter the 5th six weeks grading period, there are two Grading reports that exist in the Chancery database system to identify student at risk of retention: DISD Elementary School Subject Averages and DISD Middle School Course Averages. Principals and Counselors must review the information for each student to identify those at risk of retention. A WAIP memo for Chancery Procedures for Identifying and Retaining Students

that outlines

the procedures for marking students retained in

Chancery will go out this week.

It is crucial that students be marked retained in Chancery and that the reason or reasons for retention are checked in the system.

Students that attend the Summer Readiness Program should be retained in the Chancery system. At the end of the program, a grade will be put into the Summer Learning App and then the campus principals will select either promote or retain in the Summer Learning App. An upload from the

SLAPP

to Chancery will

take place before the 2016-2017 School year is closed out in Chancery

.

For students that were marked retained in Chancery but marked promote in the

SLAPP,

the system will automatically mark them

promoted-attended summer school

. However, if the students

were

never marked retained in Chancery and the student is marked retained in the

SLAPP,

no change will be made. The Summer Learning App can only mark promoted-summer school, it cannot mark someone retained in Chancery.

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Teacher Resources There is not a set curriculum for the Summer Readiness Program, campuses will design their program using data to identify targeted areas of instruction for their students. The Teaching and Learning Department has posted suggest interventions for Summer

Readiness

and resources for SSI

on Curriculum

Central, direct link to

Summer Central is the following:

https

://sites.google.com/a/dallasisd.org/summer-central

/

Principals

have autonomy on what will be used for his/her Summer Readiness and SSI Programs. The intent of the Summer Readiness Program is for it to be an extension of

RtI

from what was happening during the school year and the intent of the SSI program is to prepare students to be successful on the Math and Reading STAAR exams.

The Summer Learning Department will provide pencils, spirals and copy paper that will be delivered to campuses during the last two weeks of school.

A short web training will be provided on how to use the Summer Learning App; however, no PD will be provided to Summer Readiness and Summer SSI teachers.

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FAQQ: Can I have my AP or a teacher leader run the Summer Readiness and/or SSI program?A: The Summer Learning Department can only fund the teachers and monitors allocated on your Staffing Google Doc. A principal would have to use his/her campus budget to pay any other personnel that is off contract for the program.

Q:

How do we notify students and parents that they have been enrolled in Summer Readiness?

A:

Review the Chancery reports and begin sending notices home to parents informing them that their child is at risk of retention with information about Summer School dates and times. The Summer Learning department will not be distributing enrollment forms, but will provide call out scripts and notification

letter samples

that campuses may personalize and use, or campuses may use their own notification letters and callouts

.

www.dallasisd.org/summertoolkit

Q

:

What is the best way to identify SSI students?

A:

A list of students who failed STAAR Reading and/or Math can be found in

MyData

portal under ‘Monitor’ then ‘AIP’. You can use the information after the 1

st

administration, once the 2

nd

administration results return there is a very short window to notify parents. So, notify them of the potential need to attend in June then notify them after the 2

nd

administration if they don’t need to attend anymore.

Q:

How do we notify middle school students they need to attend Summer Readiness if report cards don’t go out until after the program

starts

?

A:

Notify all middle

school students at risk of retention after

the 5

th

6-weeks that currently they will need to attend the Readiness Program in June. If the

student

ends up passing, notify the parents that the

students

does not need to attend or does not need to attend anymore (you do not have to kick students out of the program that did not fail, they can stay for the duration of the program).

Q:

After we enroll all of the students that need Readiness and SSI, if we still have space, can we invite other students that were promoted but need intervention?

A:

Yes, there will be a code in the Summer Learning App for intervention, just make sure you do not enroll that student in SSI or Readiness, enroll him in intervention. One class can have many different coded children.

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Summer Learning 2017EOC Test Prep/ Credit Recovery

HIGH SCHOOL

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WHAT IS EOC TEST PREP (ACCELERATED INSTRUCTION)The EOC test prep program is for high school students who have attempted yet have not successfully met the state standards on one or more of the Texas End of Course

Exams (EOC).

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LOCATION, DATES, TIMES All regular high school campusesMagnet students attend their home/zone campus

M-Th, June 5 – 15, 2017 (8 Days)

EOC Retesting June 19 – 22, 2017

Monday, 6/19- English I

Tuesday, 6/20- Algebra I

Wednesday, 6/21- English II

Thursday, 6/22- Biology and US History

9:00AM-1:00PM

Provided: Breakfast and Lunch

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STAFFINGAll Campus Principals and Office Managers are on contract.Campus Principal selects certified teachers to fill allocated EOC Test Prep Teacher positions. All selected EOC Test Prep Teachers should be noted in the Staffing Google Doc with their name and ID number. (The applications are for your record only, please do not send them to the Summer Learning Office.)

Campus Office Managers will be the time keeper and need to be up to date with CPR and First Aid Training.

High Schools will have a monitor and some will have a security

officer, and the Police Officer assigned to each school during the school year will play the same role for the

EOC Test Prep Program.

Summer Learning will have itinerant nurses assigned to feeder patterns houses at feeder pattern high schools.

Allocations in the Campus Staffing Google Doc will not be levelled. In rare cases, the Summer Learning Department may add allocations to a campus if the need is truly present.

Testing Coordinators- Karen Byers has offered the opportunity to current campus testing coordinators. If the campus testing coordinator does not want to work summer testing, Ms. Byers will select another person for the campus.

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Teacher Resources The Teaching and Learning Department has posted resources for EOC Test Prep on Curriculum Central, direct link to Summer Central is the following:

https://sites.google.com/a/dallasisd.org/summer-central/

The

Summer Learning Department will provide pencils, paper, pens and copy paper that will be delivered to campuses during the last two weeks of school.

Teachers will need to enroll students and keep attendance in the Summer Learning App. A short web training will be provided on how to use the Summer Learning App; however, no other PD will be provided for EOC Test Prep Teachers.

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WHAT IS CREDIT RECOVERYThe High School Credit Recovery Program is designed for DISD students who have previously attempted and failed high school courses. Students will be able to recover a total of one full credit

during the credit recovery program.

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LOCATION, DATES, TIMES Dates:

June 26 – July 27, Monday –

Thursday

Times:

9AM – 1PM (only breakfast will be provided

)

Registration :

June 21 & 22, 2-5PM at each Credit Recovery

Provided:

Breakfast & Transportation

will only be provided to Wilmer Hutchins HS and Seagoville HS students to go to Spruce HS.

Host Site

Feeder(s) Attending Host Site

Bryan Adams

Wilson

Conrad

Hillcrest

Jefferson

White

Kimball

Carter

Molina

Sunset

Pinkston

North Dallas & Adamson

Roosevelt

Lincoln, Madison & SOC

Skyline

Samuell

Spruce

Seagoville & Wilmer Hutchins

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STUDENT ELIGIBILITYStudent Eligibility: Current DISD students in grades

9-12 who have previously attempted yet failed a high school course that is

offered

in the 2017 Credit Recovery Program.

Students

Not Eligible:

Freshmen, Sophomores, Juniors, and non-graduating seniors that

took

a

course and

made a passing grade, but was denied

credit due to attendance

in 2016-2017.

Students may also recover credits in Reconnect.

*Reconnect Centers close on July 11, 2017; however, the

Reconnect Centers at the 9 credit recovery sites will stay open until July 27, 2017

. Any DISD student may complete their Reconnect classes at the 9 credit recovery sites July 14 – July 27, 2017.

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RESOURCES FOR SUMMER INFORMATIONPresentations (PPT with Audio)Staffing Google Docs Toolkit (Sample Notification Letter and Call Out Scripts)Any important information and updates

www.dallasisd.org/summer2017

Requires EAD and password

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ITEMS IN ED FOLDERSSummer Programs in Your Feeder PatternStaffing Status as of 7AM 4.28.2017Summer Overview with CalendarToday’s PPTFAQ that were given to DISD Call CenterDiscover Summer Guide


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