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LEA Application Part I

Grand Rapids Public Schools

SIG GRANT--LEA Application

APPLICATION COVER SHEET

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT GRANTS (SIG)


Legal Name of Applicant:
Grand Rapids Public Schools

Applicant’s Mailing Address:
1331 Franklin Ave SE

Grand Rapids, MI 49501



LEA Contact for the School Improvement Grant
Name: Mrs. Teresa Neal and Mrs. Carolyn Evans
Position and Office:

Mrs. Teresa Neal: Assistant Superintendent for Community and Student Affairs

Office-Title I



Mrs. Carolyn Evans: Deputy Superintendent Office-Curriculum and Instruction
Contact’s Mailing Address:

1331 Franklin Ave

Grand Rapids, MI 49501
Telephone:

Mrs. Teresa Neal-(616) 819-2125

Mrs. Carolyn Evans-(616) 819-2162
Fax:

(616) 819-3480


Email address: NealT@grps.k12.mi.us and EvansC@grps.k12.mi.us


LEA School Superintendent/Director (Printed Name):

Dr. Bernard Taylor Jr.



Telephone:

(616) 819-2193



Signature of the LEA School Superintendent/Director:
X_______________________________

Date:

LEA School LEA Board President (Printed Name):

Mrs. Senita Lenear



Telephone:

(616) 364-8004



Signature of the LEA Board President:
X_______________________________

Date:

The LEA, through its authorized representative, agrees to comply with all requirements applicable to the School Improvement Grants program, including the assurances contained herein and the conditions that apply to any waivers that the State receives through this application.





GRANT SUMMARY

District Name:

Grand Grand Rapids Public Schools

ISD/RESA Name:

Kent Intermediate School District




District Code:

41-01012

ISD Code:

41-000

FY 2010

School Improvement Grant – Section 1003(g)

District Proposal Abstract

For each of the models listed below, indicate the number of Schools within the District/LEA intends to implement one of the four models.

Close/Consolidate Model: Closing the school and enrolling the students who attended the school in other, higher-performing schools in the district.
T
X
ransformation Model:
Develops teacher and leader effectiveness, implements comprehensive instructional programs using student achievement data provides extended learning time and creates community-oriented schools.

The Grand Rapids Public Schools intends to use the Transformation Model which supports the implementation of the district’s state approved Project Re-imagine application complete with addendums, amendments, and revisions requested by and submitted to the Michigan Department of Education for all eligible high schools.

As of June 14, 2012, the Grand Rapids Public Schools has two high schools on the Michigan Department of Education’s Lowest Five Percent list.

X
Turnaround Model: Replace principal and at least 50 of the staff, adopt new governance, and implement a new or revised instructional. This model should incorporate interventions that take into account the recruitment, placement and development of staff to ensure they meet student needs; schedules that increase time for both students and staff; and appropriate social-emotional and community-oriented services/supports. The Grand Rapids Public Schools will use the Turnaround Model for the three middle schools identified on the Michigan Department of Education’s Lowest Five Percent list.
Restart Model: Close the school and restart it under the management of a charter school operator, a charter management organization (CMO) or an educational management organization (EMO). A restart school must admit, within the grades it serves, any former student who wishes to attend.


LEA Application Requirements

  1. SCHOOLS TO BE SERVED: An LEA must include the following information with respect to the schools it will serve with a School Improvement Grant. The LEA grant scoring rubric is included as Attachment II.A.2.

From the list of eligible schools (Attachment I.A.1, an LEA must identify each Tier I, Tier II, and Tier III school the LEA commits to serve and identify the model that the LEA will use in each Tier I and Tier II school. Detailed descriptions of the requirements for each intervention are in Attachment II.B.1.




SCHOOL

NAME

NCES ID #

TIER

I

TIER II

TIER III

INTERVENTION (TIER I AND II ONLY)

turnaround

restart

closure

transformation

Ottawa Hills High School







X













X

Union High School







X













X

Creston High School










X













Central High School










X













Southeast Career Pathways










X













Union Community










X













Alger MS







X




X










G.R. Ford MS







X




X










Westwood MS







X




X













Note: An LEA that has nine or more Tier I and Tier II schools may not implement the transformation model in more than 50 percent of those schools.







Transformation Intervention Model Summary Page

Tier II Schools: Union and Ottawa Hills High Schools

Tier III Schools: Central and Creston High Schools

Grant Requirements

Key Activities

Projected Timeline

Pg Number in Grant Application

Replace the Principal

Hire Transformation Principal - Ottawa
Governance Structure for Ottawa Hills
Hire Transformation Principal - Union
Leadership Coaching
Leadership for Transformational Change training

Completed
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Completed
Starting Aug. 20, 2010
Starting Aug. 5, 2010

Pg. 29
Pg. 30
Pg. 33
Pg. 31-33
Pg. 31 & 34



Student data is included as a

significant factor in evaluation



Evaluation includes

Student Growth

PLCT-Generated Goals
Building Administrator

Observations


PLCT Collegial Observations
Curriculum Audits including Data Support Specialist
Merit-Based Pay

Human Capital Facilitator


Principal Evaluation

Pending negotiations – updated for SIG Aug. 12, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010

On or before June 1, 2011


Starting Sept. 7, 2010

Pending negotiations -

updated for SIG Aug. 12, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010


Pg. 35

Pg. 36
Pg. 36

Pg. 37
Pg. 37

Pg. 37 & 45


Pg. 37
Pg. 38



Identify and reward school leaders, teachers and other staff who in implementing the Transformation Model have increased student achievement and high school graduation rates.

Merit-based Pay

Remove Leaders who have not increase student achievement




Pending negotiations-

updated for SIG Aug. 12, 2010


Starting June 2011

Pg. 45

Pg. 45


Provide ongoing

high-quality job embedded PD



Weekly PLCT Meetings
Disciplinary Literacy Training
Instructional Coaching
Technology Integration and Training


Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Aug. 2, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010


Pg. 47
Pg. 49
Pg. 55
Pg. 55


Offer financial incentives

Merit Based Pay

Additional mandated work hours

Career Growth Opportunities (Training for DL Coaching, Dept. Heads, Additional Training)
Flexible Work Conditions

Protect existing staff from “bumping” and “transfers”




Pending Negotiations –revised Aug. 6, 2010
Pending Negotiations – revised Aug. 6, 2010
Pending Negotiations – revised Aug. 6, 2010

Starting Sept. 7, 2010 –revised Aug. 6, 2010


Pending negotiations – revised Aug. 6, 2010


Pg. 57

Pg. 59


Pg. 59

Pg. 59


Pg. 60


Use data to identify and

Implement instructional

program


ELA Plan (Disciplinary Literacy including Unit Models)
Math Plan (Blended Learning with technology and Disciplinary Literacy in a 3 day cycle )
Race to the Top: Project Re-Imagine



Starting Sept. 7, 2010

Starting Sept. 7, 2010


On or before Sept 2011



Pg. 61

Pg. 62

Pg. 65


Use data to inform and

Differentiate instruction



Implement Response to Intervention Framework and monitor as part of weekly PLCT Meetings


Starting Sept. 7, 2010


Pg. 68



Increase learning time

Summer Camp

Saturday School

Summer School

Academic Strategies

Tier 3 Tutoring


First 2 weeks following second semester
Starting Oct., 2010 through May 2011
June through July, 2011

During school day, starting Sept. 7, 2010


Starting Sept. 27, 2010

Pg. 69

Pg. 69


Pg. 69

Pg. 70


P. 70

Provide on-going mechanisms for family and community engagement

Community and Parent Engagement Model

Starting August 23, 2010

Pg. 72

Give the school sufficient operational flexibility to implement fully a comprehensive approach to substantially improve student achievement outcomes and increase high school graduation rates

Operational flexibility including 40 hour work week, extended professional development hours, additional learning time

Starting Sept. 7, 2010

Pg. 76

Ensure that the school receives ongoing, intensive technical assistance and related support from the district, the State, and KISD

Technical Assistance including new Governance Structure and Michigan Principals Fellowship

Starting Sept. 7, 2010

Pg. 77

Provide social-emotional

and community services



Implement “The Wheel”
Student and Family Support Specialist
Counselor
Youth Advocate Specialist
Instructional AP


Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010


Pg. 78
Pg. 79
Pg. 79
Pg. 80
Pg. 80



Turnaround Intervention Model Summary Page

Tier II Schools: Gerald R Ford Middle School, Westwood Middle School, and Alger Middle School

Grant Requirements

Key Activities

Projected Timeline

Pg Number in Grant Application

Replace the Principal

Hire Turnaround Principal
Provide Leadership Coaching

Completed
Starting Sept. 7, 2010

Pg. 81
Pg. 81

Rehire no more than 50% of staff

Screen all existing staff
Offer Involuntary Transfers
Signed Agreement

Starting Sept. 7, 2010
By May 1, 2011
By May 1, 2011

Pg. 83
Pg. 84
Pg. 85


Offer financial incentives

Merit-based Pay

Additional mandated work hours


Career Growth Opportunities (Training for DL Coaching, Dept. Heads, Additional Training)
Flexible Work Conditions
Protect existing staff from “bumping” and “transfers”

Pending negotiations-

Revised Aug. 12, 2010


Pending Negotiations
Starting Sept. 7, 2010

Starting Sept. 7, 2010


Pending negotiations

Pg. 87

Pg. 89
Pg. 89


Pg. 89
Pg. 90



Provide ongoing

high-quality job embedded PD



Weekly PLCT Meetings
Disciplinary Literacy Training
Instructional Coaching
Technology Integration and Training
Additional 120 Hours of PD during year
45 hour work week


Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Aug. 2, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Pending Negotiations-

Revised Aug. 12, 2010



Pg. 92
Pg. 92
Pg. 95
Pg. 96
Pg. 93
Pg. 93

Adopt new governance

Adopt Governance Structure
Data Support Specialist

Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010

Pg. 98
Pg. 98


Use data to identify and

Implement instructional

program


ELA Plan (DL Class + Project-Based Computer Class+ Intervention/Enrichment with additional reading teachers support)
Math Plan (Connected Mathematics Project with additional math teachers and Academic Strategies)


Starting Sept. 7, 2010

Starting Sept. 7, 2010



Pg. 99

Pg. 100


Use data to inform and

Differentiate instruction



Implement Response to Intervention Framework and monitor as part of weekly PLCT Meetings



Starting Sept. 7, 2010


Pg. 102



Increase learning time

Summer Camp

Saturday School

Summer School

Acceleration Camp

Academic Strategies

Tier 3 Tutoring



First 2 weeks following second semester

Starting Oct., 2010 through May 2011


June through July, 2011

Two weeks prior to school starting


During school day, starting Sept. 7, 2010
Before or after school starting Oct., 2010


Pg. 103

Pg. 103


Pg. 103

Pg. 104


Pg. 104

Pg. 104


Provide social-emotional

and community services



Implement “The Wheel”
Student and Family Support Specialist

Counselor


Youth Advocate Specialist
Dean of Student Accountability



Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010

Starting Sept. 7, 2010


Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010


Pg. 105
Pg. 106

Pg. 106
Pg. 106


Pg. 107

Permissible Activity:

Student data is included as a significant factor in evaluation



Evaluation includes

Student Growth


PLCT-Generated Goals
Building Administrator

Observations


PLCT Collegial Observations
Curriculum Audits including Data Support Specialist
Merit-Based Pay
Human Capital Facilitator
Principal Evaluation

Pending negotiations – revised Aug. 12, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting Sept. 7, 2010

On or before June 1, 2011


Starting Sept. 7, 2010

Pending negotiations


Starting Sept. 7, 2010
Starting September 7, 2010

Pg. 108

Pg. 109
Pg. 110

Pg. 110
Pg. 110

Pg. 110
Pg. 110


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