School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2019-2020

  • Bailey's Elementary School

  • Region 2

  • Julie Easa, Principal  

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: MATH

  • By June 2020, 90% of all K-2 students will make at least one years worth of growth according to the AVMR Addition and Subtraction Assessment.
  • By June 2020, 70% of students in grades K-2 will meet the EOY grade level benchmark according to the AVMR Addition and Subtraction Assessment.
  • By June 2020, 50% of students who are below grade level will make more than a year’s worth of growth according to the AVMR Addition and Subtraction Assessment.
  • By June 2020, 90% of PreK students entering Kindergarten (FECEP/Headstart/Preschool Special ED) will count a collection of objects up to 10.

Strategy 1: 

Implement targeted small group instruction within the math workshop.

Actions:

  • Implement differentiated stations with learning targets that are engaging and purposeful.
  • Utilize the MTSS process to identify and monitor student progress.
  • Utilize focus groups as a structure to move groups of students and provide job embedded PD.
  • Engage in professional development using data to support transfer (AVMR Course 1&2, LANK, Numeracy Collaborative, Workshop Wednesday)

End of Year SMARTR Outcome LITERACY

  • By June 2020, 90% of students K-2 will make at least one year of growth according to the DRA2.
  • By June 2020, 70% of students in grades K-2 will meet EOY grade level benchmark (4, 16, 28).
  • By June 2020, 50% of students reading below grade level (using EOY DRA or BOY if new) will make more than a years growth.
  • By June 2020, 90% of PreK students entering kindergarten (FECEP/Headstart/PreSchool) will know 12 or more uppercase letters, 9 or more lowercase letters, and score 5 or more on name writing assessment.

Strategy 1:

Literacy growth focused on guided reading and writing

Actions:

  • Refine small group instruction practices (guided reading, word study, writing groups, conferences)
  • Use formative data to inform small group instruction (guided reading, word study, writing groups, conferences).
  • Administer assessments and collect student work to support RT-15/MTSS/Focus Groups
  • Engage in professional development using data to support transfer (KLAP, Book Studies, Lab Sites, Coaching, TC Partner Schools, TAPS, Focus Groups).

 

SMARTR Goal: Portrait of a Graduate (POG)

  • By June 2020, all students will increase one level on the POG Outcomes: Communicator rubric.

  • By June 2020, all staff will embed the communicator attribute in core content areas and specials classes through tier 1 instruction. 

Strategy 1:

School-wide focus on the Portrait of a Graduate Communicator attribute 

Actions:

  • The communicator,  Portrait of a Graduate attribute, will be highlighted at family engagement activities (CETA festival, PTA meetings, Principal Coffees, Parent Resource Center, Parent ESOL Meetings, weekly news you choose, etc). 

  • All Instructional Staff, including specialists, will create, label, use and display POG Communicator “Looks Like/Sounds Like” anchor chart in classrooms.

  • All staff will participate in Professional Development around scoring POG rubrics as well as one additional learning opportunity on the communicator attribute. (Workshop Wednesdays, Blended Learning Online POG HyperDoc).