School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At a Glance

  • Glen Forest Elementary School

  • 2019-2020

  • Region 2

  • Cynthia Choate, Principal

 

End of Year SMARTR Outcome:

Reading

At the end of the 2019-2020 school year, 78% of students in grade K-2 will be reading at benchmark.

Students with Disabilities in grades 3-5 will increase pass rates on the 2020 Reading SOL tests to an unadjusted pass rate of 50%, and an adjusted pass rate of 85% on the Reading SOL tests.

Math

Students in grades 3-5 will pass the 2020 Math SOL at an unadjusted rate of 85%, and a combined rate of 95%

Students with Disabilities in grades 3-5 will score an unadjusted rate of 60% and an adjusted pass rate of 85% on the Math SOL tests. 

Science

On the spring 2020 Science SOL test, students in 5th grade will increase the unadjusted pass rate to 75%, and the adjusted pass rate to 85%.

Strategy 1

  • Continue to incorporate Portrait of a Graduate skills across the content areas

Strategy 2

  • Continue the use of Best Practices in literacy, math and science instruction

Strategy 3

  • Continue to implement and strengthen the MTSS model and provide targeted support to identified students

Strategy 4

  • Continue to build the concepts of a Professional Learning Community and Collaborative Teams to refine our work to ensure equitable and high levels of instruction for all students

Caring Culture

Increase percentages from mid - 70's to 80% or greater on the Family Engagement Survey indicators listed in baseline data.

Strategy 1

  • Maintain consistent communication with families

Strategy 2

  • Partner with families to provide salient information regarding the school community