School Innovation and Improvement Plan
An at-a-glance look at outcome goals for this academic year
School Innovation & Improvement Plan
- Centreville Elementary School
- Region 4
- Josh Douds, Principal
English Language Arts
By Spring 2024 the percentage of grades 1-3 students with disabilities will increase from 59% to 69%, and grades 1-3 ELs will increase from 66% to 76% as measured by "within year growth" in iReady.
Increase intentional use of scaffolds, supports and extensions in whole group settings (word recognition, language comprehension and writing).
Expand use of conversation structures to increase academic talk and build relationships among students.
Improve use of interactive read alouds for building knowledge and vocabulary through texts that affirm students' lived experiences.
By Spring 2024 the percentage of grades 1-6 students with disabilities will increase from 45% to 55%, and grades 1-6 ELs will increase from 53% to 63% as measured by "within year growth" in iReady.
Increase teacher implementation of explicit instruction and other components of effective mathematics intervention.
Increase teachers implementation strategies related to Shift 4: from show and tell to share and compare.
Use conversation structures to increase academic talk between students.
By the end of the 2023-24 school year, we will reduce our school’s chronic absenteeism rate from 17.7% to below 15% as evidenced by our school’s chronic absenteeism data.
Strengthen school team practices to monitor attendance data and determine need for intervention and additional support.
Create a school culture of engagement & belonging for students and families. Every staff, student, and family will feel safe and connected to the school community.
Use Talking Points as a way for EL families to report student absences.
For additional information regarding this School Improvement Plan, please contact the school principal, Josh Douds at [email protected].