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Program Review

 

 

Demonstrator
List Evidence
Curriculum and Instruction
 Demonstrator 1: 
 All students should have equitable access to high quality curriculum and instruction.
Curriculum and Instruction
 Demonstrator 2:  An aligned and rigorus curriculum provides access to a common academic core for all students as defined by state and national standards
 
Curriculum and Instruction
 Demonstrator 3:   There is evidence that effective and varied instructional strategies are used in all arts classrooms.
 
Curriculum and Instruction
 Demonstrator 4: When all students are provided access to an aligned and rigorous curriculum, where instructional strategies are of high quality and inclusive, student performance should be at a consistently high level.
 
 
KMEA MARCHING BAND COMPETITION

USSBA EASTERN MARCHING BAND CHAMPIONSHIP

SKMA ALL-FESTIVAL HONOR BAND

CONCERT BAND CHRISTMAS CONCERT

BLUEGRASS ALL-REGION HONOR BAND

EKU HIGH SCHOOL BAND CLINIC

BRASS QUINTET

SAXOPHONE QUARTET

FLUTE TRIO

CLARINET QUARTET

PERCUSSION ENSEMBLE

SOLO OPPORTUNITIES

KMEA CONCERT FESTIVAL - four distinguished Ratings

KMEA SOLO & ENSEMBLE FESTIVAL

KMEA STATE BAND FESTIVAL




 
Formative and Summative Assessment
 Demonstrator 1: Teachers should use a variety of assessments to formatively and summatively monitor student progress toward standards.
 
 
 See Individual Teachers for assessments, quizzes, rubrics, etc.
Formative and Summative Assessment
 Demonstrator 2: Teachers should have common and high standards for student learning in Arts and Humanities.
 
Formative and Summative Assessment
 Demonstrator 3: Multiple formative and summative assessments are used to inform, guide, develop and revise instructional strategies and curriculum to enhance student learning and achievement.
 
 
ASSESSMENT ON FILE - COPIES ON REQUEST
 
 
 
 
 
 
Professional Development and Support Services
 Demonstrator 1: Professional development opportunities are planned with teacher learning needs in mind, and in response to data available about teacher practice and student learning.
 
  • ARTS & HUMANITIES DEPARTMENT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • KMEA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE
  • Master Class with Ron Jones
  • Guest Conductor Jack Walker
  • Guest Conductor Shawn Sudduth
  • Master Class with Dr. Connie Rhoades
  • Guest Conductor Dr. Ric Best
  • Guest Conductor Dr. James Sudduth
  • Master Class with David Threlkeld
  • Master Class with University of Nebraska Saxophone Quartet
  • Master Class with University of the Cumberlands Brass Quintet

Demonstrator 2:  Teachers participate in program-specific professional development designed to meet their needs.  All teachers participate in professional development focused on 21st century skills.
 
  • ARTS & HUMANITIES DEPARTMENT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • KMEA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT CONFERENCE

Demonstrator 3:  Teachers are leaders in their professional community, and guide/lead professional development that meets the needs of the professional learning community

 
Arts & Humanities PLC meeting minutes
Administrative/Leadership Support and Monitoring
 Demonstrator 1: School councils and adminstrators have developed a shared vision for insuring quality Arts and Humanities instructional programs
 
 
 Support through G/T funding
Alternate scheduling and pull out students for extra rehearsals
Scheduling in auditorium for rehearsals and performances.
Administrative/Leadership Support and Monitoring
 Demonstrator 2: School leadership will provide adequate resources, facilities, space and instructional time to support high quality Arts and Humanities instructional programs.
 
 SLHS Master Schedule
Administrative/Leadership Support and Monitoring
 Demonstrator 3: The SBDM Council and School Leadership shall establish and monitor implementation of policies concerning a school's Arts and Humanities instructional program
 SBDM Policies
Administrative/Leadership Support and Monitoring
 Demonstrator 4: Principals are the primary leaders of all program efforts, and support teacher leadership through shared and distributed leadership strategies and actions