School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-A-Glance

  • 2019-2020

  • Franconia Elementary School

  • Region 3

  • Andrew Smith, Principal

 

Student Achievement (Reading) Goal

At least 84% of all students will pass their respective end of year benchmark assessment (DRA, ecart, SOL, i-Ready, etc.)

Focused Subgroups:

  • Students receiving special education

  • Students receiving English as Second or Other Language service

Student Achievement (Math) Goal

At least 85% of all students will pass their respective end of year benchmark assessment (MRA, SOL, i-Ready, etc.)

Focused Subgroups:

  • Students receiving special education in grades K-6

  • Students receiving English Language services

Strategy

All teachers will regularly implement structures of Balanced Literacy and Math Workshop with fidelity, considering all opportunities to differentiate for all learners.

Action(s)

  • Discovery Committee
  • English Learner Innovations Cohort
  • Collaborative Learning Team meetings
  • Vertical Articulation Meetings
  • Inclusive Philosophy to Action (Special Education)
  • Co-teaching opportunities
  • Special Education IA Professional Development

 

Portrait of a Graduate Goal

All Students will show growth in at least one area of perseverance, resilience, and accountability as measured by the (Portrait of a Graduate) Goal -Directed and Resilient Self-Assessment Rubric, from the beginning to the conclusion of the 2019-2020 academic school year.

Strategy 1      

Explicit school-wide lessons, activities and resources

Action(s)

  • School-wide character development program
  • Common language throughout each classroom
  • Weekly/monthly news show “Shout Outs”
  • Guidance & Character development lessons            
  • Interactive student and teacher created posters
  • Responsive Classroom - Morning Meetings
  • “Talk Moves” Professional Development
  • “Making Thinking Visible” (Professional Development)

 

Caring Culture Goal

By June 2020, the number of students sent to the office for disciplinary reasons will decrease by 20% compared to the 2018-19 school year.

Strategy 1      

School-wide Responsive Classroom Initiative

Action(s)

  • Differentiated Responsive Classroom staff professional development
  • Monthly reviews of office referral data by sub committee
  • Align Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook to Franconia “Acceptable Behavior Code”
  • Scheduled revisit of procedures and routines around months leading up to breaks (November/December and March/April).
  • Individual Student Goal Setting