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TEXAS TITLE I PRIORITY
SCHOOLS (TTIPS): WHERE WE
ARE AND WHERE WE ARE
HEADED
Session 16
2:45-3:45 PM
INTRODUCTIONS
WELCOME
School Improvement and Support Unit
Mark Baxter
Leticia Govea
Becca Marsh
Shayna Sheehan
Lisa Gonzales
Nicole Chupka
Agenda
Texas Title I
Priority
Schools
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Celebrations
Quarterly Implementation Reports
End of Year reporting
US Department of Education Audit
Dates to Remember
Contact Information
Question & Answers
CELEBRATIONS
Share a celebration taking place at your campus.
Quarterly Implementation Reports
Reporting Tips
Response should align to activities
specifically named and/or required.
 Ensure all Critical Success Factors are
addressed in every report, and the
activities implemented are consistent with
the approved plans.
 Avoid reporting on regular/required
school business as a grant-specific activity.
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Quarterly Implementation Report
QIR
DON’T
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Did monthly walk
through.
DO
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Monthly walk through
with 5th grade classes,
provided feedback,
sent two teachers to
professional
development regarding
Math Strategies.
Quarterly Implementation Report
QIR
DON’T
Assessment Data by subgroup
 Black - below 50 %
 White- below 50 %
 Hispanic - below 50 %
 Economic Disadvantage below 50 %
 Special Education - below
50 %
DO
District Developed Benchmark Assessments
Subject/Grade
Admin 1
10/13
Admin 2
12/13
Math 6
12%
65%
Math 7
58%
65%
Math 8
15%
79%
Quarterly Implementation Report
QIR
DON’T
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“Parent meetings are ongoing throughout each six weeks.
Each teacher keeps a parent log of all meeting and
communications and makes an attempt to contact each
parent.”
Quarterly Implementation Report
QIR
DO
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Family Fun Night Parent Meeting on 9/2/13. Event consisted of
parent and student carnival type games facilitated by teachers,
parent bulletin board building contests, principal dunking booth,
and name-the-teacher-baby-picture contest. Guests included
community partners: Wells Fargo Bank, Boys and Girls Club, HEB.
Sign-In Sheet and Activity Log show 96 parents in attendance;
relative to 230 students in school.
Open House 9/12/13. Event consisted of assemblies by grade
level, and rotating class schedule to meet all parents, light nutritious
snacks for families, cafeteria and library tours, babysitting on-site
provided by the YMCA, and family bus transportation provided by
Cap Metro. Sign-In Sheet indicates 152 parents in attendance;
relative to 230 enrolled students.
Quarterly Implementation Report
QIR
DON’T
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L. Gonzales- minimal progress made, continuing to work on lesson
cohesiveness and alignment
N. Chupka - no progress made, teacher removed
L. Govea - Considerable progress made with classroom
management and engagement
Quarterly Implementation Report
QIR
DO
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1 educator has shown minimal progress, continues to
work on lesson cohesiveness
1 educator made no progress made over the last
year; has been removed from classroom
1 educator formerly on an improvement plan has
made considerable progress with classroom
management and engagement
End of Year Report
End of Year (EOY) Reporting
Due – August 1, 2014
Grantee Responsibility
Part I – Annual Performance Goals (APGs)
 Grantees will receive an individualized electronic file
of Part I of the report by email to the district
shepherd and campus principal in the coming days
Part II – US Department of Education Leading
Indicators Data
Part I - Annual Performance Goals
Evaluation of APGs
Annual Percent of Goal Achieved =
Actual Performance - Baseline Performance Progress
Goal – Baseline Performance
Example: 75 – 70 / 80 – 70 = .5 (x100) = 50%
#
Performance
Measure
Improve Student
1 Achievement in Math
Assessment Baseline
Interim
Year 1
Year 1
* Percent of
Instrument/ Performance Performance Progress
Actual
Year 1
Tool
(SY09-10)
(SY10-11)
Goal Performance Goal Achieved
State
Assessment
70
70.6
80
75
50
Grant Activity Analysis
Grant Activity Analysis
Grant Activity
 Aligned CSF(s)
 Impact – High, Medium, Low
 Cost – Low, Medium, High
 Continue Activity – Yes or No
 Supporting Data / Rationale
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Grant Evaluation - Primary Review
Secondary Review – Areas of Review
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NOGA Date
QIR / Quarterly Calls
Site Visit Report / Desktop Review / Snapshot Reports
Measures that have been converted to Met / Not Met
Program Improvement Plan(s)
Additional Findings
Part II - EOY
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If #10 is “yes,” then:
 #9 must be > SY 11-12
 At least one “yes” must appear for #11-16
If #10 is “no,” then:
 #9 must be < SY 11-12
 #11-17 must be blank
EOY Part 2 – Advanced / Dual
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#18 – include students earning credit in advanced
courses only (no dual credit)
#19 - include students earning credit in dual credit
only (no advanced courses)
EOY Part 2 – Advanced / Dual
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#20 – include only students earning credit in both
advanced courses and dual credit
A student should only be counted once
Count students, not credits
US Dept. of Education
Monitoring Visit September 15-19, 2014
Prepare for a campus visit
 Program-Specific Documentation
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Original Application, Amendments and
NOGAs
Quarterly Implementation Reports,
Conference call NOTES
Event / Program Agendas & Sign-in Sheets
Sustainability - What reform efforts will
continue after funding ends?
Dates to Remember
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TTIPS, Cycle 1 Continuers
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TTIPS, Cycle 2
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NOGA END DATE – 08/31/2014
Amendment deadline – 05/31/2014
NOGA END Date – 07/31/2014
TTIPS, Cycle 3 –
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Application available March 21, 2014
Application due on Tuesday, May 20,
2014
Dates to Remember
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EOY
 Due
– August 1, 2014
 Grantees will receive an individualized electronic file of Part
I of the report by email to the district shepherd and campus
principal in the coming days
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TCDSS Trainings
 TTIPS
Cycle 2 LEA Design Campuses will attend the ESEA
Waiver Priority Schools Summer Trainings. For more
information go to: TCDSS Homepage
 TTIPS Cycle 1 Continuers have 1 training, June 17th.
 Please visit www.tcdss.net for registration information.
Contact Information
Division of School Improvement and Support
Leticia Govea (512) 463-1427; [email protected]
Becca Marsh (512) 936-2256; [email protected]
Shayna Sheehan (512) 463-2617; [email protected]
Lisa Gonzales (512) 463-3246; [email protected]
Nicole Chupka (512) 936-2142; [email protected]
Questions and Concerns

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