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Comprehensive School Improvement plan

Prepared by: Latifa Rahman Bidita

Benton Middle School was a Kentucky State School to watch in 2014, which is for teaching,

empowering, leading and learning. BMS offers programs for student involvement which include

Academic Quick Recall team, Drama, library club, student government. The faculty analyzed

assessment data to identify academic achievement gaps. Teachers participate in professional

learning communities and develop formative assessments that are used to provide instructional

data. The use of this data has caused to focus on a mission that promotes character, achievement,

and pride as well as personal responsibility in daily efforts. Students at Benton Middle are

encouraged to lead by example, through this school mission, extreme character, achievement,

and pride the faculty and staff BMS established an altruistic goal for the schools. (Marshall

County School District)

Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

Goals Summary for Benton Middle school

Goal Name Goal Type Total Funding

Benton Middle school Academic $0


students will benefit from
improved writing instruction

Benton Middle School Academic $4000


students will reduce their
reading and math k-prep
novice scores from 6.7% to
3.5% by 2020

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Comprehensive School Improvement plan
Prepared by: Latifa Rahman Bidita
Goal 1: Benton Middle Schools students will benefit from improved writing instruction

Measurable Objective: 100% of the students will demonstrate proficiency in communication in

writing by 05/20/2016 as measured by program review and on-demand writing scores.

Implementation of Middle school writing plan- students will be exposed to the district writing

guidelines and will be assessed on their growth through rubrics and writing scrimmages.

Category: Continuous Improvement

Research Cited: Research-Based Strategies from Benton Middle School

Writing Activity Begin date End date Resource Source of Staff


Integration Type Assigned funding responsible
All classes Academic 08/08/2016 08/08/2017 $0 No BMS
creating a support funding teachers
school-wide program required
literacy focus
Using 2015 Academic 08/08/2016 08/08/2017 $0 No All teachers
program support funding
review program required
writing next
step
information,
BMS will
focus on the
listed areas
of
improvement

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Comprehensive School Improvement plan
Prepared by: Latifa Rahman Bidita

Goal 2: BMS students will reduce their reading and math k-prep novice scores from 6.7%
to 3.5% by 2020

Measurable Objective: A 50% decreases of all students will collaborate to reduce the percentages
of a novice from 8.7% to 4.5% in Reading by 05/15/2020 as measured by K-PREP assessment.

Category: Continuous Improvement

Research Cited: Research-Based Strategies from Benton Middle School

Activity- Activity Begin date End date Resource Source Staff


Response to Type Assigned of responsible
Intervention funding
and data
Analysis
Students Academic 08/05/2016 08/20/2016 $1000 School All reading
scoring support council teachers
novice on program funds
the K_PREP
assessment
will receive
reading
interventions
Teachers will Academic 08/05/2015 08/08/2020 $3000 General All Reading
analyze data support Fund Teachers
three times a program District
year to Administrations
determine
student
growth

Benton Middle School has an opportunity to improve student Growth scores in Reading. TO

improve growing these students, the activities will be implemented. The targeted population will

receive responses to intervention, and extended school techniques. Teachers will continue to

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Comprehensive School Improvement plan
Prepared by: Latifa Rahman Bidita
strengthen core instruction, improve the quality of engagement and writing skills for better

communication.

References

Jill Darnall, 2015, Kentucky Department of Education, Comprehensive School Improvement


Plan, Benton Middle School, Marshall County
Comprehensive School Improvement Plan Guidance Handbook, 2014, Missouri Department of
Elementary and Secondary Education https://dese.mo.gov/sites/default/files/MSIP5-
CSIP_Guidance.pdf

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