School Improvement Planning

Wilson Focus School Improvement Plan at a Glance

 

2019-2020  *updated 10-28-19
                                                                       

 

School Improvement Criteria

Coaching Look Fors

MTSS B:

        Increase the use of MTSS-B Essential Components and Effective Classroom Practices to increase learning time and improve classroom behavior

 

Content Specific Strategy: 

Pride Powers used in all classrooms and Positive Specific Feedback 4:1

 

o    Every Minute Matters

o    Positive specific feedback, 4:1

o    Preventive Practices Evident in all lessons

o    Appropriate use of Think Times and Pride Powers

 

Section 3, Best Instructional Practices Handbook

English Language Arts: MAP Interim Assessment Goals

 

        For Spring ELA MAP Growth Assessment, we will increase the percent of students identified as “At” or “Above” the grade level norm by 10%.  Spring 2019 rate 67.6; Goal rate for Spring 2020 74.

        For Spring ELA MAP Growth Assessment, we will increase the percent of students identified as “Meeting” or “Exceeding” projected growth goals by 10%.  Spring 2019 rate 54.6%; Goal rate for Spring 2020  58.9%.

 

Content Specific Strategy

High yield strategies such as think alouds, differentiation, and comprehension strategies evident in small and large group instruction

 

o    Clear learning targets posted and evident in lesson

o    Students engaged in high-quality tasks (Bell to Bell Instruction) 

o    Tier 1 core resources implemented (Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum, Gradual Release)

o    Lessons reflect high yield strategies (fidelity checks) 

o    Student read self-selected text daily (30 minutes in 3-6, this occurs while teacher holds small groups) 

o    Common assessments administered & analyzed

o    Targeted small group differentiation daily

o    Phonics Mastery Guides taught daily (3rd)

Section 11, Best Instructional Practices Handbook

Math: MAP Interim Assessment Goals 

        For Spring Mathematics MAP Growth Assessment, we will increase the percent of students identified as “At” or “Above” the grade level norm by 3.7%.  Spring 2019 rate 63%; Goal rate for Spring 2020 66.5% 

        For Spring Mathematics MAP Growth Assessment, we will increase the percent of students identified as “Meeting” or “Exceeding” projected growth goals by 5.3%.  Spring 2019 rate 50.8%; Goal rate for Spring 2020 52.6% 

Content Specific Strategy: 

Discourse opportunities for all students evident in lessons

 

o    Clear learning targets posted and evident in lesson

o    Students engaged in high-quality tasks (Bell to Bell Instruction) 

o    Tier 1 core resources implemented (Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum, Gradual Release)

o    Common assessments administered & analyzed

o    Math group differentiation daily

o    Students engaged in Math Talk, discourse  

 

Section 5, Best Instructional Practices Handbook

Science: MAP Interim Assessment Goals 

        For Spring Science MAP Growth Assessment, we will increase the percent of students identified as “At” or “Above” the grade level norm by 2.6%.  Spring 2019 rate 74.7; Goal rate for Spring 2020 76.6% 

        For Spring Science MAP Growth Assessment, we will increase the percent of students identified as “Meeting” or “Exceeding” projected growth goals by 4.7%.  Spring 2019 rate 62.1%; Goal rate for Spring 2020 58% 

Content Specific Strategy: 

Deepen knowledge and understanding of CCCR standards and curriculum: unpacking standards, evidence statements, utilize lesson planning tip sheet, planning/collaboration including common assessments.

 

o    Clear learning targets posted and evident in lesson

o    Evidence of Pearson Learning Curriculum using district pacing guides

o    Instruction with an emphasis on Bell to Bell teaching

o    High Student Engagement

o    Common assessments administered & analyzed

 

 

Section 14, Best Instructional Practices Handbook