School Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2018-2019

  • Centreville High School

  • Region 4

  • Chad Lehman, Principal  

End of Year SMARTR Goal 1

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.

Strategy 1

  • 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

Strategy 2

  • Utilize additional staffing to support self-contained classes by providing one-one-one instruction and remediation

Strategy 3

  • Work within CLTs to determine essential material to be taught in self-contained classes

Strategy 4

  • Use district e-Cart results to monitor progress on a regular basis

Strategy 5

  • Utilize calculator strategies on TI-87 PLUS to reinforce learning

End of Year SMARTR Goal 2

The chronic absenteeism rate of Centreville HS students will decrease by 3% by June 2019.

Strategy 1

  • Establish an attendance committee with CVHS staff

Strategy 2

  • Attendance committee will streamline existing attendance policies, procedures, and roles

Strategy 3

  • The PBIS committee will advertise and implement PBIS (Caring Cats), a student recognition program for students who show care and respect to the CVHS community

Strategy 4

  • CVHS will follow attendance protocol outlined by VDOE when students reach 5, 6, and 7 unexcused absences

End of Year SMARTR Goal 3

By the end of 2018-2019, 100% of students will be engaged in authentic and meaningful disciplinary writing earning a score of 3 or 4 on a 4 point rubric scale. (Literacy team will provide a common rubric.)

Strategy 1

  • Use formative writing assessments in each discipline that are low stakes such as the following: exit tickets (bumper stickers, hashtags), write arounds, reflections, chalk talk, double-sided journal, etc. (Teachers can use apps for formative assessments.)