June Monthly Spotlight-Bartlett City Schools!

Bartlett City Schools are doing an excellent job using data to inform decision-making at the school and district levels. Check out their strategy below!

Bartlett City Schools 20-Day Period School Discipline Data Process:

Every 20-day period, at the district level, discipline data is reviewed for all schools. The information is shared through charts and graphs with district level staff, and principals. Below is how the information is disseminated:

District Level data:

  1. Overall numbers of exclusionary consequences for all schools for the 20-day period is shared with the superintendent and directors. This data includes numbers of:
    • In-School Suspension
    • Out-Of-School Suspensions
    • Expulsions
  2. Period comparison of exclusionary consequence from the 1st 20-day period to the current 20-day period.
  3. Exclusionary consequence comparison of all schools (Elementary, Middle and High School)
  4. Exclusionary consequence comparison of Elementary school and Middle schools.

School Level Data: All principals receive the following:

  • A data sheet showing how many exclusionary consequences (ISS, OSS & Expulsions) were entered by each administrator at the school for the 20-day period.
  • Overall numbers of exclusionary consequences for all schools for the 20-day period.
  • Period comparison of exclusionary consequence from the 1st 20-day period to the
  • current 20-day period for all schools.
  • Exclusionary consequence by ethnicity.

School Action: Schools could use the data to do the following:

  • Drill down to specific students and incidents.
  • Drill down to grade level and teacher.
  • Find area of school where incidents frequently occur.
  • Implement appropriate interventions and supports to address behaviors.
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