Current OIP BLT Team 2012-2013 : Amanda Lamb,
Robin Lucas, Lynda Henley, Jason Jandes, Rachel Sims, Kitty
Grooms, Deirdre Mills (DLT), Elizabeth Beckham, Tom Reed, Kristi Thoroughman, Heidi McAdow.
The objective of our building plan for the Ohio Improvement Process at
Peebles Elementary is to carry out our school mission of "academic excellence
and strengthening character through quality education." Our plan is being
formulated to comply with the requirements of the Adams County/Ohio Valley
School District's Ohio Improvement Process Plan, The Ohio
Department of Education's plan as developed by the SST (State Support Team) and Title I Federal requirements. Our plan
will also enable our students to meet the challenges set forth in the No Child
Left Behind Act. The staff of Peebles Elementary is committed to teamwork and sound, data driven decisions for
achieving our goals of improvement. Some examples of data used include Aims Web
Reading and Math Fluency Probes, Attendance targeted data, Walkthrough data, SWIS,
Foresight Assessment testing, Study Island, and
exit slips We will continuously strive to attain the
goals set forth in the guidelines of our Ohio Improvement Process action plan..
Teacher Based Teams:
We currently have Teacher Based Teams at K-3 for Reading and Math, and Content
Teams at Grades 4-6 in Reading, Math, Science, and Social Studies. Our Inquiry
Team deals with Behavior and
Attendance. These teams will develop plans with timelines to make sure the goals of the OIP are being carried out, but they also meet to report to the BLT (Building
Level Team) strategies, action steps, success or failure within particular areas.
The BLT reviews these plans monthly and adopt or make new recommendations each year.
Below are the school improvement plans at PES since 2002, and the new process
OIP plans for (2010-2011).
Action Plan Documents
(Format - Adobe PDF documents)
SIP/ Language Arts action plan 2008-2009
SIP/Mathematics action plan 2008-2009
SIP/Parent Involvement action plan 2008-2009
SIP/Learning Environment action plan 2008-2009