Title 1 Site Continuous School

Improvement Plan

McKinley Elementary School

(Do not complete yellow sections of plan  until  August 11  CSIP Retreat)

 

1. Summary of site data analysis (strengths to build upon and opportunities for growth):

Safe, Healthy & Welcoming Environments

Mathematics

Elementary  Data Instructions and Tables

Literacy

Elementary Data Dig Instructions and Tables 

Data Analysis Questions

Student Achievement:

Student Growth:

Equitable Access Gaps:

On-track to College and Career: 

Total ODRs 2016-17 =  287      Total ODRs 2017-18 = 233    

Students with 6+ 2016-17 = 13/583 (2%)    2017-18 = 10/617 (2%)

Students w/ 2-5   2016-17 = 44/583 (8%)   2017-18 = 36/617 (6%)

90% (last yr 0-1)     93% (0-1) this year

80% none               84% none

Reg Station visits 2017-18 = 1,424 (1,173 from classroom)

Data Analysis Questions

Student Achievement:

Student Growth:

Equitable Access Gaps:

On-track to College and Career:

2017-18 Spring MAP data:

K - 50% at or above grade level RIT

1 - 63% at or above grade level RIT

2 - 38 % at or above grade level RIT

3 - 36 % at or above grade level RIT

4 - 38% at or above grade level RIT

5 - 54 % at or above grade level RIT

6 - 55% at or above grade level RIT

Data Analysis Questions

Student Achievement:

Student Growth:

Equitable Access Gaps:

On-track to College and Career:

2017-18 Spring MAP data:

K - 34% at or above grade level RIT

1 - 51% at or above grade level RIT

2 - 42% at or above grade level RIT

3 - 42% at or above grade level RIT

4 - 47% at or above grade level RIT

5 - 54% at or above grade level RIT

6 - 46% at or above grade level RIT

2a. SMARTe Long Term 5 Year Goal (student achievement/outcome):

Safe, Healthy & Welcoming Environments

Mathematics

Literacy

SMARTe Goal

 (Year 5)

By increasing student engagement and a growth mindset/resiliency, students will be more successful solving problems in various social settings.

By increasing student engagement and a growth mindset/resiliency, students will persevere in problem solving skills.

By increasing student engagement and a growth mindset/resiliency, students will successfully articulate the purpose appropriate for the audience using grade level mechanics and language.

2b. Yearly Targeted Benchmarks (student achievement/outcome): ↓

Year 1

Community building through classroom meetings. Develop vision for student behavior, rewards, consequences.  Clarified expectations and further developed our systems (outdoor recess expectation, lunchroom, etc.).  Train staff, promote and use regulation station.

Increase number sense - each classroom, regular PD (start w/ addition) Number talk book talks. Provide coaching available for teachers.

Investigate and become familiar with grade level standards

Develop common assessments to assess grade level language & mechanics.

Provide coaching in language workshop model.

Year 2

Develop  restorative practices within individual classrooms.  Trauma Informed Care training for all staff.  Continued social skill lesson development.

Math talk and student math practices

Investigate and become familiar with grade level standards

Develop common assessments to assess grade level language & mechanics.

Continue to provide coaching in language workshop model.

Year 3

Include ALL stakeholders (parents/community) as part of community building and classroom climate transformation

Productive struggle and teacher teaching practices (Principles to Action book study)

Year 4

3. Site High Impact Strategy  (additional strategy optional)

Advancing Formative Assessment in Every Classroom

4. Site Learning  Targets

 2017-2019

Supported by?

When?

Resources

(including time)

Fidelity Check

We will hold one another accountable in the following ways…

Clarify Learning:

-Deconstruct essential learning objectives

-Develop learning targets and success criteria

Foundations of Essential Beliefs:

-Understand the role of expectations in teaching and learning

Collaboration skills to  describe what we want students to know and be able to do

*optional

5. Success Criteria

When we implement our high impact strategy of of advancing formative assessment with fidelity, we will see, hear, and/or feel…

This Year

In Five Years

School

PLC’s

Classroom Teachers

Students

Building Staff

(non-classroom)

Families

(engagement)

Vision: Preparing Our Students for Their Future, Every Child, Every Day

Mission Statement:  As members of the Appleton Area School District, we believe that all students can learn at high levels when we provide the highest quality instruction; maintain and communicate high expectations; create supportive learning environments that foster a sense of belonging; and develop and maintain strong community and home-school connections.

 Together we commit to the AASD vision and mission by striving to meet our 2017-18 CSIP learning targets and student outcome benchmarks.

(Inclusion of your collaboration and commitment with your parent network would go here)

Parent survey for how we can improve and provide for the needs of our students and families

Monthly PTA meetings and numerous special PTA events

Title 1 Projected Budget 2017-18

General amounts for each category. These amounts will be a placeholder in WiseGrants. Parent Engagement must be 1% of your allocation. Budgeted amounts must have a direct correlation to your:   Data Analysis, SMARTe Long Term 5 Year Goal, Site High Impact Strategy, Student Achievement & Outcomes.

Personnel

Contracted Staff: 1.0 full time, 30% recess/instructional/LMC para (comes off the top of budget)

Substitutes (short-term/long-term): $38,000 benchmarking, conference subs,

Time Sheets (e.g. over/above, tutoring):  $1,400.00 Building a Culture of Learning PD

 

Purchased Service

PD CESA/NonCESA: $8,000 Literacy Link training, Math Facts training, WSRA, Title 1 Convention, Ross Greene conference, WI Math Council

Contracted Service (speakers, rentals): $5,000 Lester Laminack Bullying Hurts family night presentation

Hotel/Travel Expenses: $1,200 WSRA, Title 1 Convention, Comprehensive Literacy Institute

 

Non-Capital

Supplies: $10,000 positive postcards, Title 1 ACHIEVE magnets, family night food/supplies,

Books/Instructional Media: $10,000 summer reading giveaway books, Reading Units of Study, Number Talk books, AVMR kits, math racks, Lego Core sets

Technology/Furniture: $10,000 standing desks, Chromebooks, charging cart, mice, headsets, outdoor classroom tables