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School Improvement Plan (SIP)
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DELAWARE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
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Planning
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Curriculum & Location
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SIP Schoolwide Strategic Planner
(Comprehensive Support/Targeted Support: PAI 1 and 2)
Schoolwide Strategic PlannerEVSC uses a research-­based instructional design system to create and implement each grade level’s curriculum based on Indiana College and Career Readiness Standards. Curriculum is regularly evaluated and modified if needed to ensure effectiveness and that it addresses the learning needs of all students. Curriculum is housed in Google Drive where all faculty may access multiple resources.

Curriculum guides for high schools are available on their websites. These guides include information on the course offerings as well as diploma requirements. High school courses are reviewed yearly and there is a process for adding new courses. EVSC is intentional in ensuring a wide variety of courses to meet the needs of all students.
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Root Cause ToolsSelf-Assessment Rubric
(Buckets Tool)
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Management
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Assessments
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Planning and Monitoring
(Short-Term Cycles)
Project Planner & MonitoringNWEA - Computer-Adaptive Assessment given to all K-10 students that identifies each student's instructional level and monitors student growth over the school year.
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Quarterly Progress Monitoring
(Medium-  & Long-Term Goals)
Quarterly Progress MonitoringCommon Formative and Summative Assessments - Teacher created assessments aligned with Indiana Academic Standards for each unit of study on EVSC curriculum maps.
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Optional
Supporting
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Social Emotional Learning / Cultural CompetencyTeachers utilize information from all students about their cultural heritages and incorporate this knowledge into their classes in sensitive and useful ways that enhance learning for all students. Social-Emotional Learning Professional Development is conducted four times per year for the entire district.
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Culture & Climate 3rd Strategy
(Required for Priority: PAI 3)
Schoolwide Strategic Planner
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Root Cause ToolsSIOT Analysis
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SIP Input
(stakeholder input)
Site Council, PTA members, All Delaware teachers and support staff, Delaware Community Learning Center Coordinator, Assistant Director of Neuroeducation, SEL SpecialistSIP Team MembersJulie Underwood, Elizabeth Rennels, Cindy Evans, Kelsey Wright, Jennifer Hamilton, Brandon Stewart
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Comprehensive Framework for Student SuccessGAIN, Growth in Academics through Innovation and Neuroeducation is the EVSC's Comprehensive framework for student success. The basis of GAIN is to use neuroscience to educate the whole child. It is a framework that integrates what we know from the field of neuroeducation and informs our systems and practices to ensure we are maximizing student learning of both academic and social emotional skills.School Support and Professional DevelopmentIn partnership with Directors of School Support, district and building-level coaches provide job-embedded professional development that inlcudes: a narrative of student data; strategies , programs, and services to address those needs; activities to implement such strategies; and an evalaution of the impact of such strategies.
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