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Model PLC District; Solution Tree 2018
High School » Cat Skills

Cat Skills

CAT Skills is a reporting tool to monitor student work completion and behavior in the classroom. Students will receive a mark in Infinite Campus in the CAT Skills section every two weeks to indicate their level of performance (Leader, Participant, Detractor). 
 
 

E.1-Work Completion

E.2-Behavior

IOWA CORE 21st Century Skills Standards 

Demonstrates productivity and accountability by meeting high expectations. 

Adapts to and carries out various roles and responsibilities and works flexibly in a climate of change. Communicates and works productively with others. Demonstrates integrity and ethical behavior; demonstrates initiative and self-direction and uses individual talents and skills for productive outcomes. 


Understands and practices appropriate and safe uses of technology.

Leader Level:

Demonstrates personal commitment and mastery, and encourages others through work and deed.  

  • Formative Assessment work is completed on time and reflects high standards


  • Arrives on time with materials
  • Advances class goals through personal contributions and by assisting others
  • Chooses respectful and  appropriate conduct in the classroom including personal responsibility and self-direction
  • Follows all classroom rules and procedures while encouraging the development of these qualities in others
  • Technology is not visible during learning unless student asks permission for appropriate use

Participant Level: 

Carries out responsibilities in an adequate way but does not take a leadership role.

  • Formative Assessment work is completed on time and meets all requirements 
  • Arrives on time with materials
  • Meets class goals through personal contributions
  • Chooses respectful and appropriate conduct in the classroom
  • Follows all classroom rules and procedures
  • Technology is not visible during learning unless directed by teacher

Looks like: 



   

Detractor Level:

Does not meet the standards personally, and detracts from others meeting the standards. 

  • Even with teacher prompt or reminder, student does not hand in formative work on time or meet requirements 
  • Even with teacher prompt or reminder: 
  • participation does not meet classroom expectations
  • conduct does not follow classroom rules and procedures
  • student disengages from learning to focus on inappropriate technology use

Objective: The objective of Carlisle High School’s CAT Skills is to increase student performance in the classroom.