School Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for the 2020-2021 academic school year

End of Year Reading SMARTR Outcome

By June 2021 the unadjusted Reading SOL pass rate for all students will increase from 74% to 85%.

Strategy 1

Implement the collaborative teaching model to provide real-time, embedded support, professional development, and coaching in literacy.

Strategy 2

Consistently implement the Reading Workshop Model with a focus on high quality, differentiated reading instruction in both an in-person and in a virtual environment.

 

End of Year Reading SMARTR Outcome

By June 2021 the unadjusted Reading SOL pass rate for students receiving special education services will increase from 43% to 75% and the SOL pass rate for Black students will increase from 64% to 75%.

Strategy 1

Implement the Inclusion Model and effectively collaborate about high leverage strategies that close achievement gaps and enhance multi-tiered systems of support.

Strategy 2

Implement an effective system for multi-tiered systems of support to close the achievement gaps in both an in-person and virtual model.

 

End of Year Science SMARTR Outcome

By June 2021 the unadjusted Science SOL pass rate for all students will increase from 70% to 85%.

Strategy 1

Implement the Collaboration Model for Science and collaborate about effective science teaching practices.

Strategy 2

Strengthen Tier 1 Science instruction across all grade levels.

 

End of Year Family Engagement SMARTR Outcome

As measured by the 2020-2021 CES Family Engagement Survey, the percent of families that disagree or strongly disagree they have received enough information from this school about what they can do at home to help their child improve his or her learning will decrease from 23% to <10%.

Strategy 1

Enhance and strengthen our family communication strategies to ensure families feel that they have received enough information about how they can support learning at home.

 

End of Year Access and Opportunity SMARTR Outcome

By June 2021 the percent of classrooms where students receive instructional experiences using AAP curriculum/CCT strategies will increase from 13% to 100%.

Strategy 1

Provide professional development to teachers and staff around AAP curriculum and CCT learning strategies in grades K-6.

Strategy 2

Teachers will implement at least one AAP/CCT lesson once per quarter.

Strategy 3

Teachers will collaborate about and plan for AAP strategies and curriculum through the Collaborative Team cycle in order to ensure the implementation of integration of AAP curriculum.

 

 

For additional information regarding this School Improvement Plan, please contact the school principal, Josh Douds at JTDouds@fcps.edu

A PDF version of this information is available.