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Effective Practices for CCRPI Elementary School Indicator 10

Percent of students missing fewer than 6 days of school

COLLINS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (TATTNALL COUNTY SCHOOLS)*
Adam Kirby, Principal
akirby@tattnall.k12.ga.us
912-693-2455

Effective practices at Collins Elementary School are:

1. documenting accurately student absences;
2. communicating with parents about attendance concerns;
3. completing assignments missed during absences;
4. conferencing with parents after 10 absences;
5. collaborating among stakeholders.

ELLIJAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (GILMER COUNTY SCHOOLS)*
Dr. Lisa Schlabra , Principal

lisa.schlabra@gilmerschools.com
706-276-5020

Effective practices at Ellijay Elementary School are:

1. monitoring students' absences;
2. conferencing with parents after three absences;
3. scheduling weekly attendance meetings with parents after five absences.

HOLLY SPRIINGS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOLS)
Chelsie Goodman, Assistant Principal

770-651-4000

Effective practices at Holly Springs Elementary school are:

1. providing incentives and recognitions of students with excellent attendance through
 a. daily announcements of homerooms with perfect attendance;
 b. charms that may be added to each student’s attendance chain;
 c. individual certificates for each nine weeks of perfect attendance;
2. posting monthly perfect attendance certificates of homerooms

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Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support (PBIS) strategies

PUTNAM COUNTY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (PUTNAM COUNTY SCHOOLS)*
Raymond Braziel

raymond_braziel@putnam.k12.ga.us
706-485-5312

Effective practices at Putnam Elementary School are:

1. adhering to system’s attendance guidelines;
2. conferencing with parents about excessive absences;
3. providing attendance information at each grading period.

SARA HARP MINTER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (FAYETTE COUNTY SCHOOLS)*
Erinn Angelo

angelo.erinn@mail.fcboe.org
770-716-3910

Effective practices at Sara Harp Minter Elementary School are:

1. collecting and analyzing instructional data to guide instruction;
2. conducting item analyses of benchmark assessments;
3. promoting hands-on activities such as experiments, music/movement and rich vocabulary in science;
4. establishing reading and math goals;
5. Integrating technology in instructional program;
6. developing a culture of high expectations for all students;
7. employing a highly-qualified instructional staff;
8. making real-world connections to all subjects;
9. celebrating students’ successes.

SOUTH DOUGLAS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL (DOUGLAS COUNTY SCHOOLS)*
Casey Duffey

Casey.duffey@douglas.k12.ga.us
770-651-4500

Effective practices at South Douglas Elementary School are:

1. analyzing instructional data to assess academic needs;
2. differentiating instruction;
3. planning collaboratively among teachers;
4. implementing Learning Focused Strategies;
5. scheduling creatively to enhance small-group instruction or additional instructional time;
6. sharing effective practices and strategies with staff at another school.

* School’s effective practices based on 2012-2014 CRCT performances

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