School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2020-2021

  • Bailey's Elementary School

  • Region 2

  • Augie Frattali, Interim Principal  

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: MATH

  • By June 2021, 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 2021, 70% of students in grades K-2 will meet the EOY grade level benchmark according to the AVMR Addition and Subtraction Assessment.
  • By June 2021, 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 2021, 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:

  • Engage in professional development to learn strategies for assessing in a virtual environment using AVMR and strategies for teaching students in differentiated small group settings (*Quarter 1 Focus).
  • Implement differentiated, synchronous, and asynchronous learning activities that are engaging and purposeful, and ensure students are aware of their learning goals. 
  • 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.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome LITERACY

  • By June 2021, 90% of students K-2 will make at least one year of growth in reading.
  • By June 2021, 50% of students reading below grade level will make more than a year's worth of growth.   
  • By June 2021, 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 instructional 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 to support rigorous instruction.

SMARTR Goal: PORTRAIT OF A GRADUATE (POG) COMMUNICATOR 

  • By June 2021, 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.

    • Parent Meetings, weekly news you choose, weekly newsletter, parent coaching, virtual home visits, etc. 

  • Students will communicate in a virtual environment.

    • BBCU, virtual manipulatives, Google Suite, Wixie.

  • All Instructional Staff, including specialists, will link and incorporate communicator skills to core lessons using a variety of meaning virtual platforms (resources in Google Classroom/Site, Slides in daily slide deck).

  • All staff will participate in Professional Development around integrating POG and communicator attribute in a virtual environment. (Workshop Wednesdays, Blended Learning Online POG HyperDoc).   

SMARTR Goal: PORTRAIT OF A GRADUATE (POG) COMMUNICATOR 

  • By June 2021 100% of students will identify at least one adult in their lives who cares about them and is available to talk as measured by the quarterly student surveys (written, drawn, or vocalized).   

Strategy 1:

We will create meaningful relationships with students.

Actions:

  • Implement culturally responsive pedagogy and resources during schoolwide and CLT meetings to ensure that curriculum is reflective and uplifting of student identities and intersectionalities.
  • Teachers will continue implementing Responsive Classroom techniques within classrooms.
    • Teachers will utilize morning meeting and closing circle each day to increase reflection around Portrait of a Graduate skills.
  • Center student, family, and teacher voices to create seamless communication regardless of language and modality (email, text, person-to-person, etc.) that guides decision-making.
  • Leverage MTSS for support, guidance, and problem-solving to support building meaningful relationships with students who might need additional support.