School Improvement Plan
Outcome goals for this academic school year
End of Year SMARTR Goal
There will be 7% increase of pass proficient scores on EOC SOL test for special education students in subjects of Algebra 1, Algebra 2 and Geometry.
- Practice strategies in class to help students improve performance on literacy, including Vocabulary Pyramid, Flash cards, “Heads Up”, “Pictionary”, Reviewing “Word Wall” and open-ended written response questions
- Utilize additional staffing to support self-contained classes by providing one-one-one instruction and remediation
- Work within CLTs to determine essential material to be taught in self-contained classes
- Use district e-Cart results to monitor progress on a regular basis
- Utilize calculator strategies on TI-87 PLUS to reinforce learning
End of Year SMARTR Goal 2
- There will be a 3% increase of all student subgroups of pass proficient or pass advanced scores on the Spring English 11 SOL.
- Spiral content terms throughout the year in all curriculums
- Emphasize self-evaluation and self-reflection for feedback
- CLT collaboration on a weekly basis to hold data dialogues and identify areas that need to be improved
- Utilize technological tools and apps to help reinforce vocabulary
- DEAR time occurs every Friday allowing students to participate in sustained silent reading for 30 minutes
- Implement 2 support classes (Lit Lab 1 and 2) to address students identified by Liberty Middle School and Centreville High School
End of Year SMARTR Goal 3
The number of students in subgroups 2 and 3 who are not taking an AP course will increase by 20% and establish procedures to follow up with first time enrollees to ensure success.
- Monitor the current 27 students who are enrolled in AP for the first time and look at grades after first quarter to see if interventions are needed
- A current AP teacher will mentor a student if they choose to do so
- Hold more workshops to provide necessary study skills
- Collaborate in CLTs to address and implement AP aptitude skills
- Honors teachers will have students take baseline assessments to identify areas of need