School Innovation & Improvement Plan
Outcome goals for this academic school year
School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance
Colin Powell Elementary School
Jamie Luerssen, Principal
End of Year SMARTR Outcome: MATHEMATICS
As measured by the 2018 math SOL results, the achievement gap between all students in grades 3-6 and students with disabilities will decrease by 4 percentage points from 32.06% to 28.06% or less.
Working toward our 3-year plan for the full implementation of math workshop during the 2019-20 school year, this year all teachers instructing math will incorporate number sense (sense making) routines and student reflection into daily math instruction.
Create an individualized intervention plan for students with disabilities based on individual needs to begin implementation no later than the beginning of the second grading period.
Provide necessary scaffolds and supports so that students with disabilities can access core curriculum.
End of Year SMARTR Outcome: READING
At the end of the 2017-2018 school year, in the area of reading, the gap between students with disabilities and all students will be 28.66% or less as measured by the SOL.
Working toward our 3-year plan for the full implementation of the Language Arts Planning & Pacing Guide during the 2019- 20 school year, this year all teachers instructing reading will focus on incorporating enduring understandings and essential questions into a 10-minute focus lesson 3-5 days a week with clear learning objectives.
Working toward our 3-year plan for the full implementation of Language Arts Planning & Pacing Guide during the 2019-20 school year, this year all teachers instructing reading will ensure SWD engage in core instruction on grade level standards daily.
SWD will understand and follow the routines and procedures within the reading workshop and effectively access grade level content.
Literacy will be consistently supported for SWD throughout all content areas.
End of Year SMARTR Outcome: STUDENT ENGAGEMENT
Using baseline data, students will take the same survey and the school average will be a 3 or higher on a four point Likert scale.
Classroom environments will highlight ways students are supporting each other.
Schoolwide environments will highlight ways all staff are champions of student success.