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«Page 1 Marathon High School School Mission Statement Our mission is to maximize student learning in a safe and orderly environment. School Belief ...»

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2. Assess middle school advanced, high school honors, and Advanced Placement classes using a written response requiring analysis and synthesis for each unit of study Electives

The following strategies will be used to reach middle school and high school goals:

1. Utilize marking the text, selective highlighting, and Cornell notes consistently across all elective classes.

2. Utilize FSA writing format and rubrics, semantic mapping, and Venn Diagraming to assist in deeper analysis of elective content.

3. Utilize selective highlighting and summary strategies to assist in learning elective content.

Exceptional Student Education

The following strategies will be used to reach our Exceptional Education Student goals:

1. Ensure that all students have access to the resources needed to be successful

2. Ensure collaboration between ESE Advocates, Mathematics and Language Arts teachers to discuss, develop and implement specific strategies to use for students who are struggling within general education courses

3. Ensure collaboration with vocational rehabilitation to assist all ESE students who could/would benefit from services

4. Ensure that all teachers have training in PEER in order to have access to accommodations/modifications for ESE students so that differentiation of instruction is effective and based on current needs English Language Learners

1. Monitor progress regularly by the ELL team

2. Utilize ELL parent educator while on campus

3. Utilize Los Padres group for support and regular communication to Hispanic ELL parents

4. Utilize ELL Parent Resource Center.

Graduation Rate

1. Monitor grade level cohorts consistently. Guidance counselors will meet with assigned cohorts to monitor grades and attendance

2. Monitor progress of at risk or ‘off track’ students

3. Enroll students in credit recovery courses as soon as possible

4. Continue AVID program in grades nine through twelve to identify and accelerate students toward academic and AP® success

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Career and Technical Education

1. Continue to support existing CAPE Culinary program

2. Develop and implement computer certification program leading to multiple industry certification Advanced Placement/Dual Enrollment

1. Utilize AP Potential reports to support AP course offerings

2. Provide subject area College Board training for all Advanced Placement teachers

3. Provide training on the annual instructional report provided by College Board

4. Ensure monthly collaboration of Advanced Placement teachers

5. Develop and implement a Dual Enrollment Academy Strategies for Student Success Attendance

1. Attendance team will continue to meet and focus on early intervention during semester one to decrease habitual absenteeism

2. Recognize and reward students with positive attendance histories

3. Utilize CINS/FINS and the judicial system to enforce truancy laws Climate

1. Implement character education programs- Project Wisdom (grades 9-12) and Second Step (grades 6-8)

2. Utilize Student Success Center Technology

1. Develop and implement a school wide Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Plan for students, teachers, and parents

2. Implement technology best practices session in each faculty meeting Communication

1. Utilize DTV for student to student announcements on important topics

2. Utilize Blackboard Connect system for important announcements

3. Utilize school marquee with updated messages daily Page 18 Parent Involvement

1. Utilize ELL and ESE supports for parents during orientations, curriculum showcases, and class parent meetings

2. Utilize parent volunteer to send email updates daily/weekly to parent and community stakeholders School-wide Professional Development Focus

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