School Innovation & Improvement Plan
Outcome goals for this academic school year
School Innovation and Improvement Plan At a Glance
Glen Forest Elementary School
Cynthia Choate, Principal
End of Year SMARTR Outcome:
At the end of the 2018-2019 school year, 75% of students in grade K-2 will be reading at benchmark.
Students with Disabilities will increase pass rates on the 2019 Reading SOL tests to an unadjusted pass rate of 50%, and an adjusted pass rate of 85%.
Students in grades 3-5 will pass the 2019 Math SOL at an unadjusted rate of 77%, and a combined rate of 95%
On the spring 2018 Science SOL test, students in 5th grade will increase the unadjusted pass rate to 75%, and the adjusted pass rate to 85%.
Students in grades 1-5 will engage in a Critical and Creative Thinking Lab, and students in K-5 will participate in STEM Lab, designed to further target Portrait of a Graduate skills.
Continue to incorporate Portrait of a Graduate skills across the content areas
- Continue the use of Best Practices in literacy, math and science instruction
- Continue to implement and strengthen the RI model and provide targeted support to identified students
Revisit foundation concepts of Collaborative Learning Teams, and continue to refine our work to ensure equitable and high levels of instruction for all students