Wilcox High School SPSA Feedback
All stakeholders (students, parents, staff, community members) are invited to participate in this survey to provide feedback that will help guide programs and instruction for the 2017-2018 school year. Your participation is greatly appreciated.
Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)
The Wilcox SPSA is a plan of actions to raise the academic performance of all students. Each year the School Site Council reviews the plan, gathers feedback from stakeholders and develops this plan. We look forward to hearing from you. The following is the most current data available for your review as you provide feedback as well as the 2016-2017 SPSA document: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B1Sc7tpIPLEMblBLZUlSQkZ1SGc?usp=sharing

Please review each goal and provide your feedback, ideas and suggestions for the 2017-2018 school year.

What best describes your stakeholder group?
School Goal 1: Increase English Language Proficiency
1. Continue to help each ELL student advance in his/her English language course placement at least one course level annually.
2. Monitor the appropriate placement of each ELL student through the use of California English Language Development Test (CELDT) scores and teacher recommendations.
3. Provide support to all teachers of EL students in the form of professional development, collaboration time, and materials to help students achieve language development targets.
4. Provide classes that support EL students in their growth in language acquisition and transition from EL and SDAIE courses to mainstream classes.
For Goal 1, what is working well for students that we want to sustain?
Your answer
For Goal 1, Are there other needs not yet addressed?
Your answer
School Goal 2: Strengthen School Climate
1. Support student mental health and wellness.
2. Support students transitioning from 8th grade to high school.
3. Strengthen communication and access to information for parents and students.
4. Support a school climate of college and career readiness.
For Goal 2, what is working well for students that we want to sustain?
Your answer
For Goal 2, Are there other needs not yet addressed?
Your answer
School Goal 3: Increase academic achievement for all students and provide appropriate supports.
1. Improve student engagement and supports for our most at risk populations.
2. Increase student access to technology.
3. Provide support class for students who are trying an AP course for the first time or who are struggling in an AP course and need additional support.
4. Provide Academic Peer tutors in classes of all levels throughout the school.
5. Provide professional development and collaboration time for staff so they may identify student learning needs and implement supports in their curriculum and classrooms.
6. Support a school climate of college and career readiness.
For Goal 3, what is working well for students that we want to sustain?
Your answer
For Goal 3, Are there other needs not yet addressed?
Your answer
School Goal 4: Increase Literacy Proficiency
1. Show improvement in student scores in the English Language Arts (ELA) portion of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP).
2. Support student reading for enjoyment as indicated by an increase in library circulation of materials and student satisfaction levels with the library.
3. Provide teachers support and professional development on Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) so that they may implement these standards cross-curricular among all subject areas.
4. Provide support class for students who enter high school below grade reading level.
5. All students will master the ELA Common Core standards as measured by the SBAC assessments established in 2014 2015.
For Goal 4, what is working well for students that we want to sustain?
Your answer
For Goal 4, Are there other needs not yet addressed?
Your answer
School Goal 5: Increase Mathematics Proficiency
1. Increase the percentage of students who score Standard Met or Standard Exceeded on the Mathematics portion of the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) test.
2. Utilize an after-school tutoring program for struggling students by referring students who do not achieve proficiency on benchmark tests and/or students who are earning Ds or Fs in their mathematics classes.
3. Provide support class for students who need support with skills needed to be successful in an Algebra 1 course.
4. All students will master the Math common core standards as measured by the SBAC assessment established in 2014-15.
For Goal 5, what is working well for students that we want to sustain?
Your answer
For Goal 5, Are there other needs not yet addressed?
Your answer
Additional Questions
The following questions are an opportunity for you to provide feedback in areas you may not have been able to under the previous questions.
What is working well for students that we need to continue?
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What else can we do to improve outcomes for students?
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What non-academic programs are working well or if changed or added would enhance student success?
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