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2017 CLAS Schools of Distinctions and Banner Schools

State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Chickasaw Elementary School

Safe and Civil Schools

School of Distinction AwardChickasaw City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Christy Amick

Superintendent, Mr. David Wofford

Chickasaw Elementary School’s (CES) Safe and Civil Schools program focused on changing adult behavior to provide positive culture and climate changes. Because of consistent implementation, the creation of and adherence to Guidelines for Success, and the use of data to guide practices, Chickasaw Elementary was selected as a Model Site for Safe and Civil Schools for Region 10. CES faculty and staff consistently focused on learning foundational practices which consisted of making school a safe place for students and adults; implementing practices that built a strong sense of community for students/parents, faculty/staff, and stakeholders; increasing daily attendance for students and faculty/staff; increasing student achievement; reducing disciplinary infractions; and retaining teachers. The school’s Guidelines for Success was labeled PRIDE - Prepared, Respect, Integrity, Determination, Excellence. Through implementation of these core values of the Safe and Civil Program, Chickasaw Elementary witnessed many successes. During the 2019-2020 school year student daily attendance increased from 92.76% to 96.39%, chronic absenteeism decreased from 134 to 9 students, number of days missed decreased by 379, tardies decreased by 474, and office referrals decreased by 33%. Additionally, the school saw an increase in its scores on the ALSDE's Report Card and on reading and math Universal Screeners.

State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Chickasaw Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Safe and Civil Schools

School of Distinction AwardChickasaw City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Christy Amick

Superintendent, Mr. David Wofford

Chickasaw Elementary School’s (CES) Safe and Civil Schools program focused on changing adult behavior to provide positive culture and climate changes. Because of consistent implementation, the creation of and adherence to Guidelines for Success, and the use of data to guide practices, Chickasaw Elementary was selected as a Model Site for Safe and Civil Schools for Region 10. CES faculty and staff consistently focused on learning foundational practices which consisted of making school a safe place for students and adults; implementing practices that built a strong sense of community for students/parents, faculty/staff, and stakeholders; increasing daily attendance for students and faculty/staff; increasing student achievement; reducing disciplinary infractions; and retaining teachers. The school’s Guidelines for Success was labeled PRIDE - Prepared, Respect, Integrity, Determination, Excellence. Through implementation of these core values of the Safe and Civil Program, Chickasaw Elementary witnessed many successes. During the 2019-2020 school year student daily attendance increased from 92.76% to 96.39%, chronic absenteeism decreased from 134 to 9 students, number of days missed decreased by 379, tardies decreased by 474, and office referrals decreased by 33%. Additionally, the school saw an increase in its scores on the ALSDE's Report Card and on reading and math Universal Screeners.

State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Chickasaw Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Safe and Civil Schools

School of Distinction AwardChickasaw City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Christy Amick

Superintendent, Mr. David Wofford

Chickasaw Elementary School’s (CES) Safe and Civil Schools program focused on changing adult behavior to provide positive culture and climate changes. Because of consistent implementation, the creation of and adherence to Guidelines for Success, and the use of data to guide practices, Chickasaw Elementary was selected as a Model Site for Safe and Civil Schools for Region 10. CES faculty and staff consistently focused on learning foundational practices which consisted of making school a safe place for students and adults; implementing practices that built a strong sense of community for students/parents, faculty/staff, and stakeholders; increasing daily attendance for students and faculty/staff; increasing student achievement; reducing disciplinary infractions; and retaining teachers. The school’s Guidelines for Success was labeled PRIDE - Prepared, Respect, Integrity, Determination, Excellence. Through implementation of these core values of the Safe and Civil Program, Chickasaw Elementary witnessed many successes. During the 2019-2020 school year student daily attendance increased from 92.76% to 96.39%, chronic absenteeism decreased from 134 to 9 students, number of days missed decreased by 379, tardies decreased by 474, and office referrals decreased by 33%. Additionally, the school saw an increase in its scores on the ALSDE's Report Card and on reading and math Universal Screeners.

State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Chickasaw Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Safe and Civil Schools

School of Distinction AwardChickasaw City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Christy Amick

Superintendent, Mr. David Wofford

Chickasaw Elementary School’s (CES) Safe and Civil Schools program focused on changing adult behavior to provide positive culture and climate changes. Because of consistent implementation, the creation of and adherence to Guidelines for Success, and the use of data to guide practices, Chickasaw Elementary was selected as a Model Site for Safe and Civil Schools for Region 10. CES faculty and staff consistently focused on learning foundational practices which consisted of making school a safe place for students and adults; implementing practices that built a strong sense of community for students/parents, faculty/staff, and stakeholders; increasing daily attendance for students and faculty/staff; increasing student achievement; reducing disciplinary infractions; and retaining teachers. The school’s Guidelines for Success was labeled PRIDE - Prepared, Respect, Integrity, Determination, Excellence. Through implementation of these core values of the Safe and Civil Program, Chickasaw Elementary witnessed many successes. During the 2019-2020 school year student daily attendance increased from 92.76% to 96.39%, chronic absenteeism decreased from 134 to 9 students, number of days missed decreased by 379, tardies decreased by 474, and office referrals decreased by 33%. Additionally, the school saw an increase in its scores on the ALSDE's Report Card and on reading and math Universal Screeners.

State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Chickasaw Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Safe and Civil Schools

School of Distinction AwardChickasaw City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Christy Amick

Superintendent, Mr. David Wofford

Chickasaw Elementary School’s (CES) Safe and Civil Schools program focused on changing adult behavior to provide positive culture and climate changes. Because of consistent implementation, the creation of and adherence to Guidelines for Success, and the use of data to guide practices, Chickasaw Elementary was selected as a Model Site for Safe and Civil Schools for Region 10. CES faculty and staff consistently focused on learning foundational practices which consisted of making school a safe place for students and adults; implementing practices that built a strong sense of community for students/parents, faculty/staff, and stakeholders; increasing daily attendance for students and faculty/staff; increasing student achievement; reducing disciplinary infractions; and retaining teachers. The school’s Guidelines for Success was labeled PRIDE - Prepared, Respect, Integrity, Determination, Excellence. Through implementation of these core values of the Safe and Civil Program, Chickasaw Elementary witnessed many successes. During the 2019-2020 school year student daily attendance increased from 92.76% to 96.39%, chronic absenteeism decreased from 134 to 9 students, number of days missed decreased by 379, tardies decreased by 474, and office referrals decreased by 33%. Additionally, the school saw an increase in its scores on the ALSDE's Report Card and on reading and math Universal Screeners.

State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Chickasaw Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Safe and Civil Schools

School of Distinction AwardChickasaw City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Christy Amick

Superintendent, Mr. David Wofford

Chickasaw Elementary School’s (CES) Safe and Civil Schools program focused on changing adult behavior to provide positive culture and climate changes. Because of consistent implementation, the creation of and adherence to Guidelines for Success, and the use of data to guide practices, Chickasaw Elementary was selected as a Model Site for Safe and Civil Schools for Region 10. CES faculty and staff consistently focused on learning foundational practices which consisted of making school a safe place for students and adults; implementing practices that built a strong sense of community for students/parents, faculty/staff, and stakeholders; increasing daily attendance for students and faculty/staff; increasing student achievement; reducing disciplinary infractions; and retaining teachers. The school’s Guidelines for Success was labeled PRIDE - Prepared, Respect, Integrity, Determination, Excellence. Through implementation of these core values of the Safe and Civil Program, Chickasaw Elementary witnessed many successes. During the 2019-2020 school year student daily attendance increased from 92.76% to 96.39%, chronic absenteeism decreased from 134 to 9 students, number of days missed decreased by 379, tardies decreased by 474, and office referrals decreased by 33%. Additionally, the school saw an increase in its scores on the ALSDE's Report Card and on reading and math Universal Screeners.

State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Chickasaw Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Safe and Civil Schools

School of Distinction AwardChickasaw City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Christy Amick

Superintendent, Mr. David Wofford

Chickasaw Elementary School’s (CES) Safe and Civil Schools program focused on changing adult behavior to provide positive culture and climate changes. Because of consistent implementation, the creation of and adherence to Guidelines for Success, and the use of data to guide practices, Chickasaw Elementary was selected as a Model Site for Safe and Civil Schools for Region 10. CES faculty and staff consistently focused on learning foundational practices which consisted of making school a safe place for students and adults; implementing practices that built a strong sense of community for students/parents, faculty/staff, and stakeholders; increasing daily attendance for students and faculty/staff; increasing student achievement; reducing disciplinary infractions; and retaining teachers. The school’s Guidelines for Success was labeled PRIDE - Prepared, Respect, Integrity, Determination, Excellence. Through implementation of these core values of the Safe and Civil Program, Chickasaw Elementary witnessed many successes. During the 2019-2020 school year student daily attendance increased from 92.76% to 96.39%, chronic absenteeism decreased from 134 to 9 students, number of days missed decreased by 379, tardies decreased by 474, and office referrals decreased by 33%. Additionally, the school saw an increase in its scores on the ALSDE's Report Card and on reading and math Universal Screeners.

State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Chickasaw Elementary School

by Anita Reid | Jun 28, 2021

Safe and Civil Schools

School of Distinction AwardChickasaw City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Christy Amick

Superintendent, Mr. David Wofford

Chickasaw Elementary School’s (CES) Safe and Civil Schools program focused on changing adult behavior to provide positive culture and climate changes. Because of consistent implementation, the creation of and adherence to Guidelines for Success, and the use of data to guide practices, Chickasaw Elementary was selected as a Model Site for Safe and Civil Schools for Region 10. CES faculty and staff consistently focused on learning foundational practices which consisted of making school a safe place for students and adults; implementing practices that built a strong sense of community for students/parents, faculty/staff, and stakeholders; increasing daily attendance for students and faculty/staff; increasing student achievement; reducing disciplinary infractions; and retaining teachers. The school’s Guidelines for Success was labeled PRIDE - Prepared, Respect, Integrity, Determination, Excellence. Through implementation of these core values of the Safe and Civil Program, Chickasaw Elementary witnessed many successes. During the 2019-2020 school year student daily attendance increased from 92.76% to 96.39%, chronic absenteeism decreased from 134 to 9 students, number of days missed decreased by 379, tardies decreased by 474, and office referrals decreased by 33%. Additionally, the school saw an increase in its scores on the ALSDE's Report Card and on reading and math Universal Screeners.

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