School Innovation & Improvement Plan
Outcome goals for this academic school year
School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance
Bailey's Elementary School
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.
Implement targeted small group instruction within the math workshop.
- 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.
Literacy growth focused on guided reading and writing
- 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.
School-wide focus on the Portrait of a Graduate Communicator attribute
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).