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Success Plan at a Glance
Bayonet Point Middle School

11125 Little Road, New Port Richey, FL 34654
Shelley Carrino, School Principal

Bayonet Point Middle School Logo
Success Plan at a Glance
Bayonet Point Middle School

11125 Little Road, New Port Richey, FL 34654
Shelley Carrino, School Principal

Bayonet Point Middle School Logo
Success Plan at a Glance
Bayonet Point Middle School

11125 Little Road, New Port Richey, FL 34654
Shelley Carrino, School Principal

Bayonet Point Middle School Logo
Success Plan at a Glance
Bayonet Point Middle School

11125 Little Road, New Port Richey, FL 34654
Shelley Carrino, School Principal

High Impact Instruction

By June 2018, Bayonet Point will raise awareness of our STEM Magnet focus by collaborating with local businesses and organizations as evidenced by a 10% increase in business partners and quarterly family activities with a STEM focus.

  • Students, staff, and families can demonstrate and articulate how being a STEM school differentiates BPMS from other schools.
  • Increase community awareness and involvement through programs and events on campus.
  • Increase student engagement through STEM based activities.
  • Increase rigor through Authentic Learning Units school-wide.
  • Increase involvement in partnerships with local businesses and organizations.

​Data Driven Decisions

By June 2018, BPMS staff members will collect and evaluate formative and/or summative data in order to increase student learning and engagement as evidenced by a 10% increase in our engagement score over the initial quarterly rigor check score.

  • Collect and evaluate data to make informed decisions regarding student learning and engagement.
  • Staff using data during PLC’s to inform instruction. (Enrichment, Intervention and Social Emotional/Trauma Informed Care).
  • Monitoring/problem solving of EWS target areas by school-based teams.
  • Monthly intervention feedback from SSAP on At-Risk and Off-Track students.

Collaborative Culture

By June 2018, Bayonet Point will raise awareness of our STEM Magnet focus by collaborating with local businesses and organizations as evidenced by a 10% increase in business partners and quarterly family activities with a STEM focus.

  • Students, staff, and families can demonstrate and articulate how being a STEM school differentiates BPMS from other schools.
  • Increase community awareness and involvement through programs and events on campus.
  • Increase student engagement through STEM based activities.
  • Increase rigor through Authentic Learning Units school-wide.

Bayonet Point Middle School is part of the Pasco County School System.
Kurt S. Browning, Superintendent of Schools

High Impact Instruction

By June 2018, Bayonet Point will raise awareness of our STEM Magnet focus by collaborating with local businesses and organizations as evidenced by a 10% increase in business partners and quarterly family activities with a STEM focus.

  • Students, staff, and families can demonstrate and articulate how being a STEM school differentiates BPMS from other schools.
  • Increase community awareness and involvement through programs and events on campus.
  • Increase student engagement through STEM based activities.
  • Increase rigor through Authentic Learning Units school-wide.
  • Increase involvement in partnerships with local businesses and organizations.

​Data Driven Decisions

By June 2018, BPMS staff members will collect and evaluate formative and/or summative data in order to increase student learning and engagement as evidenced by a 10% increase in our engagement score over the initial quarterly rigor check score.

  • Collect and evaluate data to make informed decisions regarding student learning and engagement.
  • Staff using data during PLC’s to inform instruction. (Enrichment, Intervention and Social Emotional/Trauma Informed Care).
  • Monitoring/problem solving of EWS target areas by school-based teams.
  • Monthly intervention feedback from SSAP on At-Risk and Off-Track students.

Collaborative Culture

By June 2018, Bayonet Point will raise awareness of our STEM Magnet focus by collaborating with local businesses and organizations as evidenced by a 10% increase in business partners and quarterly family activities with a STEM focus.

  • Students, staff, and families can demonstrate and articulate how being a STEM school differentiates BPMS from other schools.
  • Increase community awareness and involvement through programs and events on campus.
  • Increase student engagement through STEM based activities.
  • Increase rigor through Authentic Learning Units school-wide.

Bayonet Point Middle School is part of the Pasco County School System.
Kurt S. Browning, Superintendent of Schools

High Impact Instruction

By June 2018, Bayonet Point will raise awareness of our STEM Magnet focus by collaborating with local businesses and organizations as evidenced by a 10% increase in business partners and quarterly family activities with a STEM focus.

  • Students, staff, and families can demonstrate and articulate how being a STEM school differentiates BPMS from other schools.
  • Increase community awareness and involvement through programs and events on campus.
  • Increase student engagement through STEM based activities.
  • Increase rigor through Authentic Learning Units school-wide.
  • Increase involvement in partnerships with local businesses and organizations.

​Data Driven Decisions

By June 2018, BPMS staff members will collect and evaluate formative and/or summative data in order to increase student learning and engagement as evidenced by a 10% increase in our engagement score over the initial quarterly rigor check score.

  • Collect and evaluate data to make informed decisions regarding student learning and engagement.
  • Staff using data during PLC’s to inform instruction. (Enrichment, Intervention and Social Emotional/Trauma Informed Care).
  • Monitoring/problem solving of EWS target areas by school-based teams.
  • Monthly intervention feedback from SSAP on At-Risk and Off-Track students.

Collaborative Culture

By June 2018, Bayonet Point will raise awareness of our STEM Magnet focus by collaborating with local businesses and organizations as evidenced by a 10% increase in business partners and quarterly family activities with a STEM focus.

  • Students, staff, and families can demonstrate and articulate how being a STEM school differentiates BPMS from other schools.
  • Increase community awareness and involvement through programs and events on campus.
  • Increase student engagement through STEM based activities.
  • Increase rigor through Authentic Learning Units school-wide.

Bayonet Point Middle School is part of the Pasco County School System.

Kurt S. Browning, Superintendent of Schools

High Impact Instruction

By June 2018, Bayonet Point will raise awareness of our STEM Magnet focus by collaborating with local businesses and organizations as evidenced by a 10% increase in business partners and quarterly family activities with a STEM focus.

  • Students, staff, and families can demonstrate and articulate how being a STEM school differentiates BPMS from other schools.
  • Increase community awareness and involvement through programs and events on campus.
  • Increase student engagement through STEM based activities.
  • Increase rigor through Authentic Learning Units school-wide.
  • Increase involvement in partnerships with local businesses and organizations.

​Data Driven Decisions

By June 2018, BPMS staff members will collect and evaluate formative and/or summative data in order to increase student learning and engagement as evidenced by a 10% increase in our engagement score over the initial quarterly rigor check score.

  • Collect and evaluate data to make informed decisions regarding student learning and engagement.
  • Staff using data during PLC’s to inform instruction. (Enrichment, Intervention and Social Emotional/Trauma Informed Care).
  • Monitoring/problem solving of EWS target areas by school-based teams.
  • Monthly intervention feedback from SSAP on At-Risk and Off-Track students.

Collaborative Culture

By June 2018, Bayonet Point will raise awareness of our STEM Magnet focus by collaborating with local businesses and organizations as evidenced by a 10% increase in business partners and quarterly family activities with a STEM focus.

  • Students, staff, and families can demonstrate and articulate how being a STEM school differentiates BPMS from other schools.
  • Increase community awareness and involvement through programs and events on campus.
  • Increase student engagement through STEM based activities.
  • Increase rigor through Authentic Learning Units school-wide.

Bayonet Point Middle School is part of the Pasco County School System.

Kurt S. Browning, Superintendent of Schools