School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

2018-2019

Graham Road Elementary School

Region 2

Lindsay Elliott, Principal  

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Reading

In Spring 2019, 65 percent of students will pass the Reading SOL in grades 3-6.

In Spring 2019, 31 percent of Special Education students will pass the Reading SOL in grades 3-6.

Strategy 1: We will continue implementing Literacy Workshop with a focus on student engagement during independent work.

Strategy 2: We will plan for and implement differentiated small group instruction.

Strategy 3: We will design opportunities for our students to communicate orally.

Strategy 4: We will balance research based programs with authentic learning experiences for Special Education students within the Literacy Workshop.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Math 

In Spring 2019, 75 percent of students will pass the Math SOL in grades 3-6.

Strategy 1: We will continue implementing Mathematics Workshop with a focus on student engagement during independent work.

Strategy 2: We will plan for and implement differentiated small group instruction.

Strategy 3: We will design opportunities for our students to communicate orally.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Science 

In Spring 2019, 70 percent of students will pass the Science SOL in grade 5.

Strategy 1: We will plan for Science consistently in grades K-6.

Strategy 2: We will align the work in our STEM Lab with classroom instruction and a focus on Experimental Design and Portrait of a Graduate attributes.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Portrait of a Graduate

By Spring 2019, all learners will increase their skills in becoming a Goal Directed and Resilient Learner

Strategy 1: Teachers will gain a common understanding of the POG attribute: Goal Directed and Resilient Learners.

Strategy 2: Teachers will administer the Goal Directed and Resilient rubrics for Teachers and Student Self-Assessments.

Strategy 3: We will focus on building our students’ abilities to reflect on their work and their behavior.

Strategy 4: We will focus on our students' abilities to advocate for themselves and strengthen their self-confidence.