Teacher and Student Success Plan
2019 - 2020

Overarching Goal

School Community Council and Staff Involvement in the TSSP
School Community Councils play an integral part in the development and monitoring of TSSP goals. Please briefly describe the participation of SCC members in the development process of this TSSP:

At each SCC meeting, we review our goals and share progress on those goals. We share our academic data, our attendance and our office disciplinary referral data.  Our SCC has continued to support our academic goals in reading and math. The teachers and I have been educating our parents about PBIS ( Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports), so that the parents can provide input on our school climate goal.  While we shared progress on our current goals  at every meeting, the teachers on the SCC wanted to set  goals based reading composite or reading inventory proficiency.
Each grade level will develop goals for next year based on the needs of that grade. ( fluency, comprehension etc.) Since we have seen a decrease in the number of teachers in the effective/highly effective range for positive/corrective feedback ratio.

As we started the discussion of the 2018-2019 school year, the SCC indicated that they would like to see more money and time dedicated to Science. 
In January 2019, we discussed the plan, and the SCC suggested Science goal for 4th and 5th grade aligned with RISE.

As we examined our school-wide PBIS, it is working, but teachers use of positive feedback has decreased this year. This data is based on current IPOPS that have been completed. Every feels that we should be able to increase this to at least 80% of teachers in the effective range.

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Academic Goals

While our students have shown an increase in Acadience Data outcomes we would like to see a more consistent performance on reading composite in grades 1-3. While our 4th and 5th grade students have shown growth in proficiency on Reading Inventory we believe more students should be proficient by year end. We believe the discrepancy is a result of teachers needing to implement structured classroom discussion in their instructional planning & embedding classroom discourse. A strategy for improvement is for teachers to purposefully plan for structured classroom discussions throughout their instruction to include higher levels of meaningful student discussions in their instruction for better student learning.
Embedding classroom discourse in language arts and science.

Kindergarten: By spring of 2020 96% of Kindergarten students will have at least 28 correct letter sounds as measured by Acadience Nonsense Word Fluency (NWF)
First grade: By Spring 2020, 85% of first grade students will score on or above benchmark on the Acadience Reading Composite End of Year assessment.
Second grade: By Spring 2020, 85% of second grade students will score on or above benchmark on the Acadience Reading Composite End of Year assessment.
Third grade:By Spring 2020, 88% of third grade students will score on or above benchmark on Acadience Reading Composite End of Year assessment.
Fourth grade: By Spring 2020, 80% of fourth grade students will achieve above basic proficiency on the Reading Inventory assessment.
Fifth grade: By Spring 2020, all fifth grade students will show a 115 point increase on the Reading Inventory assessment from fall to spring.

Fourth grade: By Spring 2020, 66% of fourth grade students will show mastery of the Utah Science standards by scoring a 3 or 4 on the RISE summative assessment.
Fifth grade: By Spring 2020, 69% of fifth graders will show mastery of Utah Science standards by scoring a 3 or 4 on the RISE summative assessment.

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Language Arts

We will continue to use a push in model for our reading interventionists. Interventionists will push into skill based instruction time. The interventionists will work with students who are below the ACADIENCE or RI benchmark and teach to the skill gaps. We will use faculty meetings to provide professional development on structured classroom discussion so our teachers can be more explicit with student learning outcomes. We will use our IPLC time to purposefully plan for embedded opportunities for classroom discourse throughout the school day. Teachers will develop sentence frames that will be used across curriculum.

We will continue to use the software programs; Lexia. We will use Landtrust funds to purchase MYON program. A state grant will provide funding for Lexia. These programs are used in skill based instruction time.

We will have a monthly school-wide IPLC to to align and plan for new Science standards across all grade levels. Three times a year, teachers in grades four and five will have a day long professional development on the Science standards. This day will be devoted to developing lessons to use in the next trimester.

Grades K-3 will use the reading composite score from Acadience. Teachers will also use oral reading fluency progress monitoring passages to examine growth. Students will receive additional support online with the use of Lexia and MyOn in skill based groups.Teachers in grades four and five will use Reading Inventory to view progress. Teachers will have permanent products (lessons, formative assesments, and standard alignment) in Science to monitor progress towards teaching the core.

Once a month, our resource teacher will have a sub and spend the day in IPLC meetings. At these meetings, our resources teacher will analyze her students' data in each grade and adjustments that need to be made for better academic success. At each meeting, our resource teacher will bring data to show updates on each student's IEP goal and the goal set at the last IPLC. Teachers will share data on the same student's progress in the general education setting. Each month, a short term goal will be made for each student with an IEP.

Teachers will be trained on structured classroom discussion. Each teacher will have sentence frames to be used at all times in class discussions. These sentence frames will encourage more language production from our English Learners.

During monthly faculty meetings and during IPLC. During faculty meetings we will share our progress on reading benchmarks. Once a month in IPLC, teachers will monitor their progress towards their reading goal. Fourth and fifth grade teachers will also review lessons that they have created and how they supported the core.

Pay for instructional assistants( 7 aides) $63,000.00 Landtrust
New IPad for teachers (15 Ipads) $11,000.00 Landtrust
Professional development for Science and structured class discussion $4,000.00 Landtrust
Software for reading - MyON $3,000.00 Landtrust
Materials for Science
equipment, magazines and OER book
$8,000.00 Landtrust
School Climate Goals

While our school has shown a decrease in ODRs, we see the need for more teachers to be in the effective/highly effective range for positive/corrective feedback ratio. Currently 69% of teachers are effective or highly effective range in providing positive to corrective ratio.
We feel that this goal needs to be at least at 80% by Spring 2020.

Currently, 69% of our teachers are effective or are in the highly effective range in providing positive to corrective feedback ratio on the teacher's IPOP. We would like to see that increase to 80% of our teachers in the effective to highly effective range in providing effective corrective feedback on the IPOP by Spring 2020.

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We will provide training to all staff members on positive and corrective feedback and what this looks like. We will retrain teachers on the ratio needed for effective (2:1) and highly effective (4:1). I will do one informal observation on every teacher in September so they have baseline ratio.

Monthly, I will share the school-wide data on positive/corrective feedback from IPOPs. Teachers will know their own data and have their own goals working towards the school goal.

We will share school wide data on positive/corrective feedback ratio from IPOPS. The data will be a school summary.

Purchase 6 books- "Phrases for Growth Mindset" $9.17 X10= $91.70 textbook budget
Teacher incentives $3,000.00 cell tower
Student incentives $2,000.00 cell tower
Summary of Expenditures for all Goals
Summary - replace me

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