School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2019-2020

  • Freedom Hill Elementary School

  • Region 2

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: All teams will deliver a reading and math workshop which will result in the attainment of the End of Year SMARTR Outcomes named below.

  • 85% of grade 3-6 students (unadjusted) will achieve pass or pass advance on the Math SOL. 

  • 85% of grades K-2  students will achieve a passing score on our number sense assessment (K) / MRA (1st/2nd)

  • 90% of K-2 students will be reading on or above benchmark as measured by the DRA.

  • 85% (unadjusted) of students, in grades 3-6, will achieve a passing score on the Reading SOL test.

Strategies:

  1. All teachers will implement all components of the reading workshop; an intentionally planned  interactive read aloud with accountable talk, focused mini lesson, guided reading/strategy groups,  independent/partner reading, and reflection. 

  2. All teachers will Implement a math workshop that includes intentionally planned number sense  routines/number talks, focused mini lesson or rich tasks, guided math/strategy groups, math stations, and reflection.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Through the delivery of on-grade level instruction with differentiated practices, students with disabilities will attain the End of Year SMARTR Outcomes as follows: 

  • 70% of grades 3-6 students with disabilities will achieve a passing score on the Spring 2020 Math SOL test.

  • 70% of grades K students with disabilities will achieve a passing score on our school-developed number sense assessment.

  • 70% of grades 1-2 students with disabilities will achieve a passing score on the MRA.

  • 85% of K-2 students with disabilities will make more than one year’s progress as measured by DRA2 tools.

  • 60% of grade 3-6 students with disabilities will achieve pass or pass advance on the Reading SOL (unadjusted)

Strategies:

  1. Deliver on-grade level instruction through differentiated practices.

  2. Monitor SWD performance on common formative and summative assessments to ensure responsive instruction.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: All (24) general education classroom teachers will utilize AAP strategies monthly and AAP curriculum in their classroom at least once per quarter. (county baseline-23%) 

Strategies:

  1. AART, math and reading specialists will support teams to implement AAP curriculum and strategies.