SIIP At A Glance

End of Year SMARTR Outcome 

By Spring 2018, 90% of students identified as at risk by the universal screener in reading (at or below the 39th percentile) in September 2017 will make more than a year’s progress  or reach end of the year grade level  benchmark, as measured by the DRA2 (K-2) or F & P (3-6).

Strategy 1

All classrooms will continue to implement reading workshop which includes, but is not limited to, focus lessons and small group instruction.

Strategy 2

Teachers will continuously administer and analyze various reading assessments (including but not limited to the DRA2, running records, data checks, comprehension check points, and progress monitoring) to monitor progress and guide instruction.

Strategy 3

Teachers will engage in Responsive instruction processes to ensure appropriate time and support for student success.

Strategy 4

Involve parents/families in supporting their child’s literacy achievement.

 

End of Year SMARTR Outcome 

African American subgroup will achieve a pass rate of 59% or higher as measured by the 2017-2018 Reading SOL assessment.

Strategy 1

Teachers will utilize Specialized Programs to provide intervention support.

Strategy 2

Teachers will implement Reading Workshop with fidelity using Lucy Caulkins and the new Planning and Pacing Guide.

Strategy 3

Teachers will engage in intentional positive Relationship Building with all students.

 

End of Year SMARTR Outcome 

By Spring, 2018, 100% of our classes will participate in one outdoor project based learning opportunity.

Strategy 1

Teachers will implement best practice structures for collaboration to support effective instruction.

Strategy 2

Through a schools-wide focus on the attributes of the FCPS Portrait of a Graduate, we will provide teachers with resources and strategies to develop students’ critical and creative thinking skills.

Strategy 3

Students will learn from and work with community partners and the PTA to complete this project to give them a real world experience.

 

End of Year SMARTR Outcome 

By Spring 2018, 51% of students with disabilities will pass an end of year assessment in mathematics (Horizon/iReady or SOL).

Strategy 1

Teachers will implement best practice structures for collaboration to support effective instruction.

Strategy 2

Teachers will explore and engage students in higher level thinking strategies regarding mathematics.

Strategy 3

Involve parents/families in supporting their child’s mathematics achievement.