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INTERVENTION UPDATE 

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THEORY OF ACTION #2: TRANSFORM STUDENT CULTURE

STEP PROGRAM

The second semester of STEP has welcomed nine new sophomores to take advantage of this educational opportunity.  These students will be engaging in Science, English, History, and Math each day periods A-D.  Their scheduled also includes Social Work group and Physical Education.  The last two periods are dedicated to students attending their scheduled elective, language courses, or credit recovery in the STEP classroom.  During the first three weeks, students have completed over 96% of their coursework, maintain an 87% attendance rate, and have exhibited exemplar behavior based on the daily expectations rubric.  The goal for students in this program is to return to their regularly rescheduled classes on March 5, 2018 after recalibrating their day-to-day behavior, academic expectation, and attendance needs.  Please contact house 10 for further information regarding STEP and the impact of this intervention.

STEP Coordinator:  Frederick Parker, x 32189;  parker.fp@easthartford.org, Office:  EHHS—Room 189B

BIR PROGRAM

Last month, the BIR program shared a number of successes regarding student progress and responsibility within their time in the intervention.  As noted, based on semester one data, students are completing the program at a 96% rate, with 92% work completion.  Teachers have also been submitting work over 80% of the time and there have been countless restorative conferences and support meetings from house support teams.  Moving forward, the team asks that all departments continue to provide ample amount of relevant work for students.  A key component to this is including work that is relevant to current curricular instruction.  Please feel free to stop by BIR to visit your students and assist in their efforts to help further ensure an effective return to your classes.  Thank you for helping make BIR a successful intervention for our students.

BIR Coordinator:  Nathan Allison,  x32190;  allison.na@easthartford.org, Office:  EHHS—Room 189A

 RESTORATIVE PRACTICES

 

On January 23, 2018 the EHHS team engaged in our third Restorative Practices session.  During this time, staff reviewed current practices, engaged in circle discussions, and were provided with helpful resources that outline aspects about “Being Restorative”.  A copy of the presentation handout can be found here.   Moving forward throughout the year, we will continue to be restorative with our approach to supporting all students in the classroom and school community through reinforcing appropriate behaviors and strategies as well as utilizing a restorative meeting approach to promote student learning and a positive school-wide climate in the Hornet community.

IN SCHOOL SUSPENSION PROGRAM 

 

ISS continues to provide a focused learning environment by structuring the day with support, student reflection on making good choices and plenty of opportunity to complete their course work.

 

January Top Two Reasons

 

House 9 (19)

Insubordination/Disruptive Behavior

House 10 (28)

Insubordination/Leaving School Grounds

House 11(17)

Insubordination

House 12 (8)

Insubordination/Inappropriate Behavior

 

 Work Completion Rates for January

 

Received/Expected Work

80%

Completed/Received Work

93%


EHHS STUDENT BEHAVIOR DATA

 

Discipline: In School Suspension (ISS)

Number of Actions - 511

Number of Unique Students - 267

Number of Days - 841

2018 Actions Target  -1270

 

ISS by Race

Asian - 19 -.2%

Black - 370 - 45%

Hispanic - 354 - 40%

White - 107 - 13%

 

ISS by Grade

9 - 311 -27%

10 - 199 - 24%

11 - 207 -24%

12 - 124 - 15%

 

Discipline: Out of  School Suspension (OSS)

Number of Actions - 116

Number of Unique Students - 96

Number of Days - 616

2018 Actions Target  - 320

 

OSS by Race

Asian - 

Black - 291 - 47%

Hispanic - 255 - 42%

White - 70 - 11%

 

OSS by Grade

9 - 62 -10%

10 - 293 - 48%

11 - 175 - 28%

12 - 86 - 14%


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ARC PROGRAM

The Academic Resource Centers have been working to address student behaviors/future choices and then get them back on track with their school work.

January ARC Data

ARC

# of visits

Top Two Reason for Visits

9

126

Classroom Disruption

10

89

Administering Discipline

11

68

Classroom Disruption

12

26

Peer Conflict/Mediation


When sending a student to the Academic Resource Center please give the student a pass or call the ARC Office. Our support staff will call you if there is no prior communication. 


STUDENT CODE OF CONDUCT (SCC) 

 

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