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Tennessee School Improvement
Planning Process (TSIPP)

SIP Templates

Hillcrest High School
4184 Graceland Drive
Memphis, TN 38116

School Year 2009-2010

Memphis City Schools
Dr. Kriner Cash, Superintendent
Principal: Gary P. Hannah

Tennessee Department of Education
Commissioner Lana C. Seivers

October 2011

Tennessee School Improvement Planning Process
(TSIPP)
Assurances
with Signature of Principal

I, Gary P. Hannah , the proud principal of Hillcrest High School “Home of the Mighty Vikings”, give assurance that this Title I School-wide Plan was developed during a one-year period with parents and other members of the community. This plan is available to the local education agency, parents, and the public. The intent and purpose of each federal categorical program is included. When appropriate there is coordination with programs under Reading First, Early Reading First, Even Start, Carl D. Perkins Vocational Act, and Head Start.

High Priority Schools Only

Hillcrest High School is on the “high priority” list. Therefore, I understand that I must spend not less than 10% of Title I funds for professional development.

I CERTIFY that the assurances referenced above have been satisfied to the best of my knowledge.

_________________________________________________ Principal SignatureDate

TSIPP Table of Contents

State Assurance Page

Component 1a-School Profile and Collaborative ProcessPage 5-20 * SIP Leadership Team
* Subcommittee Formation and Operation
* Data Sources
* School and Community Data
* Instruction by highly qualified staff
* Comprehensive Needs Assessment (School Climate Survey)

Component 1b-Academic and Non-Academic DataPage 21-30
* Variety of Academic and Non-Academic Data
* Data Collection and Analysis
* Report Card Data Analysis
* Narrative Synthesis of all Data
* Prioritize List of Goals
Component 2- Beliefs, Common Mission and Shared VisionPage 31-32 * Teachers in Decision Making

Curricular, Instructional, Assessment, and Organizational Effectiveness Page 33-51 * Schoolwide reform strategies based on scientific research Component 3.1-
* Curricular Practices
* Curriculum Gap Analysis
* Curricular Summary Questions
Component 3.2-Curricular Processes
Component 3.3-Instructional Practices
* Instructional Practices
* Instructional Gap Analysis
* Offers timely additional assistance to student experiencing difficulty * Instructional Summary Questions
Component 3.4-Instructional Process
Component 3.5-Assessment Practices
* Assessment Practices
* Measures to include teachers in assessment decisions to improve student Performance
* Assessment Gap Analysis
* Assessment Summary Q
Component 3.6-Assessment Processes
Component 3.7-Organizational Practices
* Organizational Practices
* Organizational Gap Analysis
* Organizational Summary Questions
Component 3.8-Organizationa Process
Component 4-Action Plan DevelopmentPage 53-67

Component 4.1- Goals
Component 4.2- Action Steps
Component 4.3-Implementation Plan

Component 5- The School Improvement Plan and Process Evaluation Page 68-73

Component 5.1-Process Evaluation
* Measures to include teachers in decision regarding assessment results Component 5.2-Implementation Evaluation
Component 5.3- Monitoring and Adjusting Evaluation

Addendum
* Professional Development Plan Page 75-87 * Family Engagement PlanPage 88-89
* School CompactPage 90-91
* Technical Assistance ReportPage 92
* School-wide Intervention PlanPage 93-94
* Strategies to Attract High Quality, Highly Qualified TeachersPage 95 * Mentoring ProgramPage 96
* Middle/High School...
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