|“Synergistic connections between people that drive us to the most important point or place."||Ogden School District will Increase High School GRADUATION RATE to 79% by 2019; 88% by 2022|
Ogden School District will Increase K-12 LITERACY PERFORMANCE to 39% by 2019; 50% by 2022
|Highland Junior High School|
|School Plan Narrative|
|School Vision and Mission 2018-2019|
|Vision: HJHS will create a safe and nurturing environment that leads to increased academic achievement for students.|
|Ogden School District & Highland Jr. High Parent Engagement Policy|
|*It is the policy of the board of education of Ogden City School District, in partnership with parents and families and in accordance with state and federal guidelines to establish a parent and family involvement procedural framework.|
*It is the policy of the Board of Education of Ogden City School District that the district and schools coordinate with families to improve student academic rediness to learn and academic outcomes.
*It is the policy of the Board of education of Ogden City School District that the district and schools will inform all stakeholders of the parent and family involvement policy and procedures, and annually update its effectiveness.
|Some examples of Parent Engagement Activities at Highland Jr. High are:|
|*Revise our schoolwide PBIS Tier 1 systems by implementing the Hero program|
|*Students are consistently rewarded for engaging in appropriate prosocial behavior, corrected for behavioral errors and held accountable for getting to class in a timely manner. Parents are notified of the positive behaviors, attendance and behavior infractions in a timely and efficient manner utilizing text messages, emails and, when necessary, traditional phone contacts or mail notifications.|
|*At least 80% of students are supported by a strong Tier 1 system as indicated by receiving 1 or less behavior referrals per grading period. 100% of students should receive positive reinforcement in the form of Hero points and tardies are reduced by at least 25%.|
|SAGE ELA assessment data indicates that nearly 53% of HJHS students scored a “1” and nearly 22% of HJHS students scored a “2” on the SAGE ELA assessment. SAGE data also indicates that HJHS students struggle the most on reading and comprehending informational and literature grade level texts. |
Based on this information, HJHS’ goal is to increase reading comprehension school wide by having 80% of all students scoring a “1” or “2” on SAGE demonstrate a whole grade level improvement on reading comprehension using the Reading Plus Program.
The percent of student scoring proficient on End of Level ELA assessment will increase by 8% in 7th grade, 12% in 8th grade, and 9% in 9th grade. Students who scored a 1 or 2 on SAGE will demonstrate at least 1.5 grade level improvement in reading as measured by the Reading Plus program. Students who scored proficient on SAGE will demonstrate at least 1 grade level improvement in reading as measured by the Reading Plus program.
|“F” Report data indicates that 43% of the failed classes occurred when students were in class at least 90% of the time. |
Our goal is to reduce the percent of students who fail at least one class and have 90% or better attendance will decrease by 10%. Increase On-Track graduation status for 9th grade to 90% by increasing the pass rate each term through monitoring and intervening with each student who has a D,F or I each week through Basecamp and Academic Class.
|Goal #3||School Culture|
|Educators Handbook data indicates that there were 1132 tardies and 578 disruptions (mostly classroom) during the 2017-18 school year|
The goal is to reduce the number of tardies for the 2018-19 school year to less than 2000.
Another goal is to reduce the number of disruptive behaviors for the 2018-19 school year to less than 200.