Teacher and Student Success Plan
2020 - 2021


Overarching Goal

By June 2021, 83% of Corner Canyon High School students will meet proficiency on the Spring RI assessment. This would be an increase of 4% as compared our student performance on this assessment in Spring of 2019.

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:
 

TSSP goals and resource allocations were discussed and approved both within SCC meetings as well as an SCC TSSP sub-committee that looked at goals and resource allocation on a more detailed and deeper level. The SCC was given the ability to consider school data, ask questions, and provide input. 



02/06/2020
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03/17/2020

03/17/2020
Academic Goals

31% CCHS students did not make benchmark on their Spring 2019 RI assessment. This pattern is even more pronounced among our students who are English Language Learners (ELL) or on an Individual Education Plan (IEP) (71% of ELL students and 75% of student on an IEP did not meet benchmark on this assessment). We believe the problem may also stem from some lack of cohesive, rigorous, and targeted literacy practices. A strategy for improvement is to strengthen the instruction of literacy practices, provide professional development for differentiation, and provide targeted interventions and supports.


By June 2021, 82% or more of Corner Canyon High School students will meet the Reading Inventory (RI) benchmark on their Spring test. This is an increase of 3% in the percentage of students who met on this benchmark from previous Spring test (2018-19) and will assist students in becoming college ready. In addition, by June 2021, 35% or more of Corner Canyon High School ELL student will advance at least 1 level on the World-class Instructional Design and Assessment (WIDA) Access assessment. This is an increase of 12% from the 2018-19 school year and would put us on par with district average growth.


No Yes


Language Arts
Reading
Math
Science
Behavior
Other


Strategies include improving teachers' expertise in scaffolding content, differentiating instruction and assessment, and more explicitly teaching content-literacy strategies school wide. Additionally, through the use of reading/literacy programs like Read 180 and Newsela our targeted student groups (SPED and ELL) will receive additional academic supports.

System structures including building into the master schedule to include two ELL classes and six Reading classes to provide smaller classes and additional instructional support to our ELL and SPED students.


The Reading Inventory (RI) and WIDA


We will provide professional development on differentiation and scaffolding. We will provide intervention courses like Read 180 to all students who need the support, including students with disabilities. We provide an instruction aide who will specific track students with disabilities performance so we can better monitor their growth.


We will provide professional development on differentiation and scaffolding. We will provide intervention courses like Read 180 to all students who need the support, including students who are ELL. We provide an instruction aide who will specific track ELL student performance so we can better monitor their growth. Finally, we will provide an an instructional aide who works with ELL students in class.


Progress will be communicated through monthly in the following ways: to staff at professional development and/or faculty meetings, reports to School Community Council members, and reports to the BLT.


 
Budget
ExpenditureCostDescriptionSource
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $20,000.00 Create two periods of English Language Development (ELD) classes for ELL students as an intervention. Landtrust
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $60,000.00 Six periods of Reading classes with the Read 180 curriculum($10,000 per period). Landtrust
Textbooks 641 $50,000.00 Read 180 materials/textbooks. Landtrust
Software 670 $25,000.00 Newsela licenses for all students. Landtrust
Equipment and Technology 730 $45,000.00 5 Chromebooks labs (Each lab is $9000 for 40 devices and a cart) Landtrust
Transportation, airfare, lodging, per diem 583 $1,000.00 Send staff to conferences on literacy instruction and differentiation. Landtrust
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $18,000.00 Hire an English Language Development (ELD) 28 hour instructional aide to work in ELD class and work with ELL students in their core classes and who can translate Spanish. Landtrust
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $14,000.00 Hire a literacy 28 hour instructional aide to work in our reading classes. Landtrust
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $50,000.00 Pay five teachers to take a 7th period ($10,000 per teacher) to lower class sizes in core subjects. TSSP
Academic Goals

47% of CCHS students are not on track to meet the ACT math benchmark based on the 2018-2019 ASPIRE math test results - of those students 98% of SPED students and 73% of ELL students are not on target to meet the ACT math benchmark on Aspire. Similarly, 54% of CCHS science students are not on track to meet the ACT science benchmark based on the 2018-2019 ASPIRE science results - of those 97% of SPED students and 87% of ELL students are not on track to meet the ACT science benchmark on Aspire. We believe the problem may also stem from some lack of cohesive, rigorous, and targeted STEM practices. A strategy for improvement is to strengthen the instruction of STEM practices, provide professional development for differentiation, and provide targeted interventions and supports.


By June 2021, 50% of Corner Canyon High School students will be on track to meet the ACT math benchmark and 57% will be on track to meet the ACT science benchmark. This is an increase of 3% in the percentage of students who met these benchmarks on the previous test (2018-19) and will assist students in becoming college ready.


No Yes


Language Arts
Reading
Math
Science
Behavior
Other


Strategies may include scaffolding and differentiation schoolwide, with an emphasis in math and science - including a monthly book group study. Professional development on how to use educational technology more effectively in STEM classrooms.

System structures include funding an after school STEM Science lab and creating seven periods of math lab to ensure those students who struggle the most with math are able to have math every day (double-blocked).


ASPIRE


We will provide professional development on differentiation and scaffolding to help teachers improve the STEM performance of their students with disabilities. STEM instructional aides will also help reduce the adult to student ratio across the math and science classes generally and students with disabilities in these classes with benefit from this support.


We will provide professional development on differentiation and scaffolding. We will provide intervention courses like Math Lab to all students who need the support, including students who are ELL. We provide an instruction aide who will specific track ELL student performance so we can better monitor their growth.


Progress will be communicated monthly in the following ways: to staff at professional development and/or faculty meetings, reports to School Community Council members, and reports to the BLT.


 
Budget
ExpenditureCostDescriptionSource
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $28,000.00 We will hire two 28 hour ($14,000 per person) STEM instructional aides (one for the math department and one for the science department). TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $5,016.00 Pay teachers to develop and staff an after school Science Lab/STEM enrichment program (4 hrs @ in-service rate of $33 per hour) Landtrust
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $60,000.00 Create six periods of math lab to ensure those students who struggle the most with math are able to have math every day (double-blocked). This will consist of three Secondary I, three Secondary II, and one Secondary III sections (Seven periods at $10,000 per period). Landtrust
Admission/Registration 569 $5,000.00 Help support CCHS robotics program admission to First Robotics competition ($5,000). TSSP
Professional Contracted Services 334 $1,000.00 Bring experts in the field of STEM to provide PD to staff on STEM instruction and tools. Landtrust
Transportation, airfare, lodging, per diem 583 $5,000.00 Send staff to conferences on STEM instruction and differentiation. Landtrust
Technology 731 $18,000.00 2 Chromebooks labs (Each lab is $9000 for 40 devices and a cart) TSSP
Textbooks 641 $1,000.00 STEM based instructional materials to support students. Landtrust
General Supplies 610 $10,000.00 STEM based instructional devices like (calculators and digital lab tools) to support students. Landtrust
Software 670 $5,000.00 STEM based instructional software to support students. TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $20,000.00 Pay an additional .25 FTE ($20,000) to provide additional hours for an ed tech to work with teachers on implementing educational technology to enhance student learning. TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $3,000.00 Pay stipends ($100 per teacher) for 30 teachers to participate in a scaffolding instruction book group PD TSSP
Textbooks 641 $1,000.00 Purchase scaffolding textbook (about 30 books) for teacher book group PD. Landtrust
School Climate Goals

Upon review of CTESS student and parent surveys and a social emotional assessment administered to 10th graders. We identified one school climate area of concern is improving the social and emotional resources for CCHS students. We will focus PD and coaching on helping teachers building positive student teacher connections as well as providing additional social and emotional resources for students.


By June 2021, Corner Canyon High School parents will provide an average score of 3.35 out of 4 on question 5 (I am pleased with how this school supports my child’s emotional well-being.) of the Parent Survey. This is an increase of 0.15 on this stakeholder survey question from the 2019-20 school year and will also bring our average parent response to this question up to the district average score to this question for the 2019-20 school year.


No Yes


Adding an additional counselor, funding for CREW (Tier II support), provide instructional aides to support student interventions and tracking, PD on PBIS and the value of positive student-teacher connections.


Upon review of CTESS student and parent surveys and ACT Tessera data of 10th graders. We identified one school climate area of concern is students feeling connected and having positive relationships with adults in the building. We will focus PD and coaching on helping teachers building positive student teacher connections.


Progress will be communicated through monthly in the following ways: to staff at professional development and/or faculty meetings, reports to School Community Council members, and reports to the BLT.


 
Budget
ExpenditureCostDescriptionSource
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $54,000.00 Pay for 75% of the salary for an additional school counselor. TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $60,000.00 Pay for part of the FTE (6 periods @ $10,000 per-period) for the at-risk student program (CREW) TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $10,000.00 Pay for the at-risk program (CREW) teacher 17 hour instructional aide TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $14,000.00 Pay for an MTSS behavioral 28 hour instructional aide TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $14,000.00 Pay for an 504 28 hour instructional aide TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $10,000.00 Pay for student tracker 17 hour instructional aide TSSP
$14,000.00 Pay for a 28 hr file secretary to track and support our students with disabilities. TSSP
Summary of Expenditures for all Goals
Summary - replace me

We will spend any additional funds on technology (like Chromebooks), additional PD opportunities, and staff (additional teachers, 7th periods for teachers, or instructional support aides).