School Improvement & Innovation Plan

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2019-2020

  • Fairhill Elementary School

  • Region 2

  • Candace Hunstad, Principal  

 

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

Students with Disabilities:

  • The percent of students in grades 3-6 in the students with disabilities (SWD) reporting group demonstrating proficiency, by passing the Math SOL, will increase from 64% to 70%. (based on the unadjusted scores in the SOA Workbook)

  • 70% of students in grades K-2  in the students with disabilities (SWD) reporting group will demonstrate proficiency by passing or exceeding expectations on their grade-level math common/district assessments.

Advanced Academics:

  • The percent of students in grades 3-6 scoring pass advanced on the Math SOL will increase from 29% to 35%. (based on the unadjusted scores in the SOA Workbook)

Strategy 1

 Grade level teams will engage in the CLT cycle to provide responsive support for all students’ success in mathematics. (Academic Support; Relationships; Access to Rigor)

Strategy 2

All teachers will continue to implement the Math Workshop model, which includes, and is not limited to, focus lessons and small group instruction. (Academic Support; Relationships; Access to Rigor)

 

 

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

 

Students with Disabilities:

  • The percent of students in grades 3-6 in the students with disabilities (SWD) reporting group demonstrating proficiency, by passing the Reading SOL, will increase from 58% to 75% (based on the unadjusted scores in the SOA Workbook).

  • The percent of students in grades K-2 in the students with disabilities (SWD) reporting group demonstrating proficiency, by meeting or exceeding end-of-year benchmark as measured by the DRA2, will increase from 60% to 75% (based on RI Workbook).

 

English Language Learners:

  • The percent of students in grades 3-6 in the English Language Learners (ELL) reporting group demonstrating proficiency, by passing the Reading SOL, will increase from 75% to 85% (based on the unadjusted scores in the SOA Workbook).

  • The percent of students in grades K-2 in the English Language Learners (ELL) reporting group demonstrating proficiency, by meeting or exceeding end-of-year benchmark in DRA2, will increase from 79% to 85% (based on RI Workbook).

 

Advanced Academics:

 
  • The percent of students in grades 3-6 scoring pass advanced on the Reading SOL will increase from 26% to 35% (based on the unadjusted scores in the SOA Workbook).

 

Strategy 1

 Grade level teams will engage in the CLT cycle to ensure appropriate support for all students’ success in reading. (Academic Support; Relationships; Access to Rigor)

Strategy 2

All teachers will continue to implement the Reading Workshop model, which includes, and is not limited to, focus lessons and small group reading instruction. (Academic Support; Relationships; Access to Rigor)

 

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

 

All students in grades K-6 will make progress in the Portrait of a Graduate (POG) areas of Communicator and Collaborator through ongoing work with the Project-Based Learning (PBL) model.

 

Justification:  The PBL model is already a part of instruction at Fairhill. In order to continue to grow and make progress, we plan to link measurable aspects of POG to the PBL model to support students in becoming stronger communicators and collaborators.

Strategy 1

Teachers will implement best practice structures for collaboration to support effective instruction.  (Academic Support; Access to Rigor)

Strategy 2

Teachers and students will collaborate across grade levels through vertical articulation to share their work with PBL/POG. (Academic Support; Relationships)