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Greenwood Forest Elementary School Home of the Grizzly Bears! 12100 Misty Valley Drive Houston, TX 77066 Klein Independent School District

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  • Greenwood Forest Elementary School Home of the Grizzly Bears! 12100 Misty Valley Drive Houston, TX 77066 Klein Independent School District
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  • Mission Statement Greenwood Forest has a school wide culture of collaboration through which we effectively plan and implement differentiated instruction that engages all learners resulting in increasing student success and closing the achievement gap. Source: Greenwood Forest 2013-2014 Campus Improvement Plan
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  • Goals Each child will achieve academic success to his or her highest potential. Each child will demonstrate the character traits of a productive and honorable citizen in a global community. Source: Greenwood Forest 2013-2014 Campus Improvement Plan
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  • Action Plans Increase student performance and close the achievement gap. Recruit and retain the highest quality employees who will provide motivating lessons using materials that enhance student engagement. Promote positive character traits in each student while providing a safe learning environment. Build relationships that encourage parent and community involvement. Source: Greenwood Forest 2013-2014 Campus Improvement Plan
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  • Character Development Greenwood Forest implements a school- wide character education program to improve social skills Mentors are assigned to at-risk students to provide support. Great Grizzly Citizenship Awards are presented to students at the end of each nine weeks. Classes are recognized for good behavior with golden tickets. Source: Klein ISD Web Site, Campus Snapshots
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  • Campus Climate Greenwood Forest fosters a positive campus climate through special programs, dedicated teachers, and strong community involvement. No Place for Hate school since 2010. Red Ribbon Week Peace Walk
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  • Community Greenwood Forest values family and community involvement. Greenwood Forest has an on campus parent liaison two and a half days a week, who helps to increase parent involvement in the learning process. Parents and community members serve on an active PTO. Computer aided English classes and computer classes, offered in Spanish.
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  • Student Data 2013-2014 School Year Total Student Population: 725 Boys: 370 Girls: 355 Source: Attendance Clerk
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  • Students by Grade 2012-2013 School Year GradeCountPercent Kindergarten 9514.0% First 12217.9% Second 11617.0% Third 10916.0% Fourth 12217.9% Fifth 11717.2% Source: 2012-2013 Texas Academic Performance Report
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  • Student Ethnic Distribution 2013-2014 School Year Total School Population: 681 Ethnic Distribution CountPercent African American 13620.0% Hispanic36153.0% White10315.1% American Indian40.6% Asian608.8% Two or More Races 172.5% Source: 2012-2013 Texas Academic Performance Report
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  • Student Demographic Data 2013-2014 School Year Total Population: 681 LabelCountPercent Economically Disadvantaged 42662.6% Non-Educationally Disadvantaged 25537.4% English Language Learners (ELL) 18927.8% Students with Disciplinary Placements 10.1% At-Risk28541.9% Mobility Rate (2011-2012): 24.2% Source: 2012-2013 Texas Academic Performance Report
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  • Standardized Test Scores 2013 Accountability Rating: Met Standard MathReadingScienceWriting All Students 85%80%83%63% African American 78%72%63%65% Hispanic 83%77%81%57% White 94%86%94%81% Asian 96%92%100%86% Economically Disadvantaged 80%72%77%54% Limited English 78%54%67%30% Special Education 95%89%80%83% Demographic Distribution of All Students Passing STAAR Source: Greenwood Forest 2013-2014 Campus Needs Assessment
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  • Standardized Test Scores 2013 Accountability Rating: Met Standard SubjectStateDistrictCampus 2012 Reading 79%85%77% 2013 Reading 80%86%80% 2012 Math 77%84%82% 2013 Math 79%85% 2012 Writing 72%78%65% 2013 Writing 70%73%63% 2012 Science 73%83%84% 2013 Science 73%83%84% Percent of All Students Passing STAAR
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  • Staff Information Total Staff: 61.3 Professional StaffCountPercent Teachers 47.677.6% Professional Support 5.38.6% Campus Administration 3.04.9% Educational Aides: 8.8% Source: 2012-2013 Texas Academic Performance Report
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  • Teachers by Ethnicity and Sex EthnicityCountPercent African American 3.26.7% Hispanic 9.018.9% White 32.468.0% Total Minority Staff: 22.2% SexCountPercent Males 3.06.3% Females 44.693.7% Source: 2012-2013 Texas Academic Performance Report
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  • Teachers by Years of Experience Years of Experience CountPercent Beginning 0.00.0% 1-5 Years 12.526.3% 6-10 Years 9.018.9% 11-20 Years 17.035.7% Over 20 Years 9.119.1% Number of Students per Teacher: 14.3 Source: 2012-2013 Texas Academic Performance Report
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  • Special Programs Coach Chipper: Students participate in a year long running program. Be A Champion: After school program for students. Spelling Bee Safety Patrol Holiday Toy Drive Shoe Box Presents
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  • Extra-Curricular Programs Choir: Open to any student in 4 th or 5 th grade that has a love of music. Students perform in a fall and spring concert as well as at the Spring Choral Festival. Chimes: Choir students perform on chimes. Garden Club: Students plan, plant, and maintain a community garden on the school grounds. Science Club: Students explore scientific concepts in an after school setting. Destination Imagination: Creative and imaginative team competitions in STEM, Visual Arts, Improvisation, and Service Learning.
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  • Greenwood Grizzlies Achieve, Believe, Succeed!