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Priority One: Curriculum
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Goal 1A: Develop continuity and vertical alignment of curriculum through systematic adoption of resources
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Review and adopt ELA curriculum materials for K-8 for continuity in & across grade spansDecember 2020Purchased curriculum materialsK-8 ELA teachers5/2020-K-5 will have new curriculum selected to start 2021-2022 school year.
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Conduct cross grade level meetings aimed at developing vertical alignment in ELAMay 2021ELA Alignment DocumentK-8 ELA teachers
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Conduct cross grade level meetings aimed at developing vertical alignment in science/ Potential adoption of curriculum materialsMay 2022Science Alignment Document, possible new curriculum materialsK-8 science teachers
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Conduct cross grade level meetings aimed at developing vertical alignment in social studies/Potential adoption of curriculum materials May 2022Social Studies Alignment Document, possible new curriculum materialsK-8 social studies teachers
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Conduct cross grade level meetings aimed at developing vertical alignment in mathMay 2023Math Alignment DocumentK-8 math teachers
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Metric: Improved scores after implementation for cohort groups of students: IAR, ISA, and NWEA,diagnostic math, Fountas & Pinnell records
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Priority One: Curriculum
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Goal 1B: Provide differentiated instruction for all levels of learners
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Professional development and resources for teachers on differentiating lessons for all learnersMay 2022Teacher evaluation of PDK-8 teachers
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Provide coaching for teachers when implementing differentiation strategiesDecember 2022Coaching schedule with teachersK-8 teachers
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Teachers given opportunities to observe teachers inside/outside the district who have expertise in differentiation.May 2023Observation schedule for teacher visitsK-8 teachers
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Metric: Improved IAR and NWEA scores after implementation for groups of students: high achieving, average achieving, and low achieving. Teacher qualitative information collected after differentiation strategies are implemented.
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Priority Two: Character Development
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Goal 2A: Provide a comprehensive character development program which promotes inclusivity of all students
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Develop a structure that encourages relationship building among students to students and students to staffAugust 2021System embedded into the school yeardiscipline committee5/2020- Ron Clark Academy PD set up for teacher leaders, implementation Dec. 2021
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Review and adopt a comprehensive character education program December 2021Adopted character education programdiscipline committee
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Evaluate inclusivity of programDecember 2021Documentation showing review of programdiscipline committee
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Provide support to teachers and paraprofessionals during implementationMay 2023teacher implementation planK-8 teachers and paraprofessionals
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Metric: During the 2020-2021 school year, the school will administer a student social emotional survey. Students will be surveyed again after the character development program is implemented and practiced. Successful completion of the goal will show improvement on the follow-up survey.
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Priority two: Character Development
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Goal 2B: Ensure activities offered through the school promote inclusivity of all students and staff
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Review current systems and procedures for inclusivityMay 2021
Documentation of the review
inclusivity Committee5/2020- Instrument created to survey parents, will administer at end of 2021-2022 school year
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Evaluate planned activities and procedures for inclusion ongoing
Documentation of the review
inclusivity Committee5/2020- Instrument created to survey parents, will administer survey at end of 2021-2022 school year
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Develop criteria to evaluate inclusivity or barriers of participants in the activities offered/ survey for families after eventSummer 2020Documentation of activities evaluated by criteriainclusivity Committee
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Provide opportunities for staff members to learn about each other and each other's rolesMay 2023Agendas from meetings and staff activitiesAll staff
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Metric: At the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year, the school will administer a student social emotional survey. Students will be surveyed again after the character development program is implemented and practiced. Successful completion of the goal will show improvement on the follow-up survey for marginalized groups. Survey families after activities to gather information on why they chose to or not to participate.
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Priority Three: Expansion of Programming
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Goal 3A: Increase extra curricular offerings beyond the athletic program
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Explore a master schedule (before and/or after school) which would facilitate students to partake in a sport and extra curricular club simultaneouslyMay 2021Revised master scheduleAdmin
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Survey students interest and staff interest in extra curricular offeringsDecember 2020Completed student and staff surveysExpansion of programming committee5/2020-Survey completed and sent out, data will be reviewed in the fall
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Create opportunities that are self-fundedMay 2023Financial recordsAdmin
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Find community members who have expertise and could offer extra curricular opportunities to studentsMay 2023Documentation of effortAdmin/committee5/2020-A list was generated of possible community organizations which could provide opportunities, summer meeting set with YMCA
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Examine budget to support extra curricular opportunitiesMay 2023Financial recordsAdmin
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Metric: Increase the amount of extra curricular opportunities beyond athletics each year and aligned to student interest. Increase of students participating in extracurricular opportunities beyond athletics each year of the strategic plan.
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Priority Three: Expansion of Programming
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Goal 3B: Implement life skills instruction and other enrichment opportunities for students
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Survey students interest and staff interest in enrichment activities within the school dayDecember 2020Completed surveystudents & staff5/2020- Survey completed and sent out, data will be reviewed in the fall
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Examine master schedule to explore electives to offer studentsMay 2021Revised master scheduleAdmin
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Explore life skills instruction within the instructional day (ex. Junior Achievement, career day, study skills)December 2020Documentation of exploration of life skills instruction embedded into the instructional dayAdmin & expansion of programming committee5/2020-Junior Achievement contacted- program on hold
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Explore life skills instruction opportunities outside of the instructional dayMay 2023Documentation of exploration of life skills instruction opportunities outside of the instructional dayAdmin & expansion of programming committee
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Metric: Increase of students participating in life skill instruction and enrichment opportunities each year of the strategic plan.
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