School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • Parklawn Elementary School

  • 2018-2019 

  • Region 2

  • Rebecca Forgy, Principal  

Mathematics

End of Year SMARTR Outcome (Goal)

75% of all students will earn a passing score of at least 70% on common summative assessments. 

A minimum of 45% of students with disabilities will score at least 70% on common summative assessments. 

Strategy 1  

  • At Parklawn, we will continue to develop components of the math workshop to provide engaging and differentiated instruction (i.e., small groups, tasks), including the use and analysis of formative assessments to drive instruction.

Strategy 2

  • At Parklawn, we will continue to implement and refine our MTSS/RI practices to provide quality, differentiated instruction and intervention to all students.  This will include the behavior/wellness component of MTSS.

Strategy 3

  • At Parklawn, we will continue weekly Special Education CLTs that deepens the team’s understanding of instructional best practices and develop the team’s understanding of how to balance grade level content and IEP goals.

Reading

End of Year SMARTR Outcome (Goal)

68% of students in K-5 will be reading on/above grade level, as measured by the Spring 2021 DRA2 PMT.

100% of students in grades 1-5 who were reading on or above grade level at the beginning of the year will make at least one year of progress as measured by the Spring 2021 DRA2 PMT.

40% of students in grades 1-5 who were reading below grade level at the beginning of the year will make at least 1.25 years of progress as measured by the Spring 2021 DRA2 PMT.

40% of students with disabilities in grades K-5 will be reading ON or ABOVE grade level as measured by the Spring 2021 DRA2 PMT (which represents a 10% reduction in the rate of students reading below grade level).

 

Strategy 1

  • At Parklawn, we will continue to refine our  differentiated small group instruction (i.e., guided reading, word study, strategy groups, ELD groups) to include the use and analysis of formative assessments to drive this instruction.

Strategy 2

  • At Parklawn, we will continue to implement and refine our MTSS/RI practices to provide quality, differentiated instruction and intervention to all students.  This will include the behavior/wellness component of MTSS.

Strategy 3

  • At Parklawn, we will continue weekly Special Education CLTs that deepens the team’s understanding of instructional best practices and develop the team’s understanding of how to balance grade level content and IEP goals.

Caring Culture

End of Year SMARTR Outcome (Goal)

Once in-person instruction resumes, the number of behavior referrals will decrease by 20% as compared to a comparable period during the previous year.

Strategy 1

  • At Parklawn, we will continue to implement and refine our MTSS/RI practices to provide quality, differentiated instruction and intervention to all students.  This will include the behavior/wellness component of MTSS.

Strategy 2

  • At Parklawn, we will collaboratively learn, explore, and implement best practices for equity and anti-racism in our school community.

Access and Opportunity

End of Year SMARTR Outcome (Goal)

100% of students will have access to AAP resources in literacy and math at least quarterly. 

Strategy 1

  • At Parklawn, all teachers in grades K-5 will explore, implement, and reflect upon AAP resources/curriculum throughout the CLT cycle.