Teacher and Student Success Plan
2022 - 2023


Overarching Goal

LANGUAGE ARTS

  • 80% of K - 2nd grade students students will show typical or better growth as measured by Acadience Reading Measures 2022
  • 80% of 3rd - 5th grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Language Arts 2022
  • 100% of 3rd - 5th grade SALTA students will achieve proficient or highly proficient on RISE Language Arts 2022

MATHEMATICS

  • 80% of K - 2nd grade students students will show typical or better growth as measured by Acadience Mathematics Measures 2022
  • 80% of 3rd - 5th grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Mathematics 2022
  • 100% of 3rd - 5th grade SALTA students will achieve proficient or highly proficient on RISE Mathematics 2022

SCIENCE

  • 80% of 4th - 5th grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Science 2022
  • 100% of 4th - 5th grade SALTA students will achieve proficient or highly proficient on RISE Science 2022

SCHOOL CLIMATE

  • 80% of students on Student Risk Screening Scale will rank in low internalizing (emotionally flat, shy, sad, anxious, and lonely) behavior's category by 2022.  Teachers will focus on teaching all students skills to cope with internalizing behaviors within the school setting.
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:
 

Sunrise SCC monitors TSSP goals and plays an integral part in developing our 2022-2023 TSSP

  • In our September SCC meeting, we looked at fall CBM data.
  • In our November SCC meeting, we discussed our DWSBa results.
  • In our January SCC meeting, we went over winter CBM data. 
  • In our March SCC meeting, we finalized our plans and approved them.


01/19/2022
03/16/2022

01/19/2022

Not Entered
Academic Goals

Based on the math benchmark measures, 20.1% of students are not meeting our Acadience proficiency goal. Currently four out of the six grade levels met the recommended Acadience proficiency for student achievement. We will continue to focus on our math block and work to ensure consistent use of research based instructional strategies during whole group math block and consistent implementation of small group instruction. Strategies for improvement are implementing high leverage mathematical practices (number talks, increase mathematical language and discourse through close reading and systematic vocabulary, and concrete-representational-abstract model) and implementing a focus on intentional planning for small group instruction.


80% of K - 2nd grade students will show typical or better growth as measured by Acadience Mathematics Measures 2023
80% of 3rd - 5th grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Mathematics 2023
100% of 3rd - 5th grade SALTA students will achieve proficient or highly proficient on RISE Mathematics 2023


No Yes


Language Arts
Reading
Math
Science
Behavior
Other


1.   Continue our implementation of teacher clarity, structured classroom discussion, and feedback cycles.
2.   Continue to develop teacher’s skills-based instruction.
3.   Public practice priorities will be professional learning communities where video analysis protocol is utilized.
4.   Professional development includes math skill based instruction, math interventions, and math extensions.
5.   3 math instructional assistants for Tier II program ($24,000).
6.   Substitutes for coaching cycles, public practice, and collaboration ($1,000)
7.   Mathematical software programs ($6,500)
8. Chromebooks/iPads to use during math block ($1,620)
9. Beverly Taylor Music teacher will be utilized to help with mathematics instruction in all grades. She will use additional music instruments to teach math skills. ($1,000)


Progress will be monitored through results in Acadience assessments that occurs three times per year.

80% of Kindergarteners will be proficient as measured by Beginning Quantity Discrimination (BQD).
80% of 1st grade students will be proficient as measured by Mathematical Computation (MCOMP).
80% of 2nd - 5th grade students will be proficient as measured by Mathematical Concepts and Applications (MCAP).
100% of 1st grade SALTA students will be proficient as measured by Mathematical Computation (MCOMP).
100% of 2nd - 5th SALTA grade students will be proficient as measured by Mathematical Concepts and Applications (MCAP).


Supporting teachers as they follow master schedule to ensure that students in resource have access to CORE instruction, time with classroom teacher, and resource minutes. Resource and classroom teacher progress monitoring data will be reviewed in professional learning communities. Instructional plans will be created based on progress monitoring data.


Supporting teachers as they follow master schedule to ensure that students have access to CORE instruction and effectively implement scaffolded discussions. Classroom teacher progress monitoring data will be reviewed in professional learning communities. Individual Language Development Plans will be utilized to monitor student progress.


Professional Learning Communities - weekly
Building Leadership Team meetings - monthly
School Community Council meetings - monthly
Land Trust Reports - yearly
Entry hallway data board - 3 times per year as new data becomes available


 
Budget
ExpenditureCostDescriptionSource
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $24,000.00 3 Math Instructional Assistants Landtrust
Software 670 $6,500.00 iReady Math, ST Math Landtrust
Equipment and Technology 730 $1,000.00 Beverly Taylor Sorenson Music Instruments TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $1,000.00 Substitutes (team planning, observing other teachers, coaching cycles) Landtrust
Technology 731 $1,620.00 Chromebooks/iPads to use during math block TSSP
Academic Goals

Based on reading benchmark measures, 27% of students are not meeting our Acadience proficiency goal. Currently two of the six grade levels meet the recommended Acadience proficiency for student achievement. We will continue our focus on our English Language Arts block and work to ensure we have defined small group instruction plans, consistent implementation of small group instruction, and consistent use of research based instructional strategies during whole group literacy block. Strategies for improvement are implementing a focus on intentional planning, and implement high leverage reading practices (reading connected text, structured classroom discussion, vocabulary routine, and close reading).


80% of K - 2nd grade students will show typical or better growth as measured by Acadience Language Arts Measures 2023
80% of 3rd - 5th grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Language Arts 2023
100% of 3rd - 5th grade SALTA students will achieve proficient or highly proficient on RISE Language Arts 2023


No Yes


Language Arts
Reading
Math
Science
Behavior
Other


We will:

1. Continue our implementation of teacher clarity, structured classroom discussion, and feedback cycles.
2. Continue to develop teacher's skill based instruction and tier II program.
3. Professional development includes skill based instruction, phonics/phonemic awareness for all grades, literacy interventions, and literacy extensions.
5. 4 reading instructional assistants for Tier II program. ($45,000)
6. 2 kindergarten instructional assistants to help teachers with skill-based instruction and classroom PBIS. ($27,000)
7. Substitutes for coaching cycles and collaboration. ($2,000)
8. Provide time and resources for teachers to plan and implement school priorities and allow the BLT to meet to analyze school data and action plan by providing stipends & substitutes as necessary ($5,000).
9. Reading Program software for teachers to use during practice stations. ($6,500)
10. Additional Wonders Reading Program Materials for both teachers and instructional assistants to use during literacy block. ($5,000).
11. Chromebooks/iPads to be used during literacy block. ($2,388)
12. Beverly Taylor Music teacher will be utilized to help with literacy instruction in all grades. She will use additional music instruments to teach reading and writing skills. ($1,000)


Progress will be monitored through results in Acadience/Reading Inventory assessments that occurs three times per year.

80% of 1st - 3rd grade students will be proficient as measured by Oral Reading Fluency (ORF).
80% of 4th - 5th grade students will be proficient as measured by Reading Inventory (RI).
100% of 3rd grade SALTA students will be proficient as measured by Oral Reading Fluency (ORF).
100% of 4th - 5th grade SALTA students will be proficient as measured by Reading Inventory (RI).


Supporting teachers as they follow master schedule to ensure that students in resource have access to CORE instruction, time with classroom teacher, and resource minutes. Resource and classroom teacher progress monitoring data will be reviewed in professional learning communities. Instructional plans will be created based on progress monitoring data.


Supporting teachers as they follow master schedule to ensure that students have access to CORE instruction and effectively implement scaffolded discussions. Classroom teacher progress monitoring data will be reviewed in professional learning communities. Individual Language Development Plans will be utilized to monitor student progress.


Professional Learning Communities - weekly
Building Leadership Team meetings - monthly
School Community Council meetings - monthly
Land Trust Reports - yearly
Entry hallway data board - 3 times per year as new data becomes available


 
Budget
ExpenditureCostDescriptionSource
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $27,000.00 2 Kindergarten Instructional Assistants TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $45,000.00 4 Reading Instructional Assistants Landtrust
Equipment and Technology 730 $1,000.00 Beverly Taylor Sorenson Music Instruments TSSP
Software 670 $6,500.00 Reading Plus Landtrust
Textbooks 641 $5,000.00 Reading Program Materials TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $2,000.00 Substitutes (team planning, observing other teachers, coaching cycles) Landtrust
Equipment and Technology 730 $2,388.00 Chromebooks and ipads for literacy block Landtrust
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $5,000.00 Provide time and resources for teachers to plan and implement school priorities and allow the BLT to meet to analyze school data and action plan by providing stipends & substitutes as necessary TSSP
Academic Goals

Our goal this year is to establish science benchmark data for the academic year 2022 - 2023. We are in the implementation phase of new science standards and curriculum. Strategies for support are team planning time, professional development, and opportunities to provide feedback.


80% of 4th - 5th grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Science 2023
100% of 4th - 5th grade SALTA students will achieve proficient or highly proficient on RISE Science 2023


No Yes


Language Arts
Reading
Math
Science
Behavior
Other


We will:

1. Continue our implementation of teacher clarity, structured classroom discussion, and feedback cycles.
2. Purchase science experiment materials. ($7,000)
3. Beverly Taylor Music teacher will be utilized to help with science in all grades. She will use additional music instruments to teach science skills. ($1,000)
4. School will implement a Makerspace to further develop science inquiry skills. A makerspace is a place where you can make things. It’s a place for hands-on learning with all the tools for creativity, for example, 3D printing, audio-visual equipment, hand tools, computers, etc. Our goal is to allow students to enter with an idea and leave with a complete project. ($7,000)
5. Substitutes so teachers can work together to plan lessons and experiments ($1,000).


RISE Science benchmarks


Supporting teachers as they follow master schedule to ensure that students in resource have access to CORE instruction, time with classroom teacher, and resource minutes. Resource and classroom teacher progress monitoring data will be reviewed in professional learning communities. Instructional plans will be created based on progress monitoring data.


Supporting teachers as they follow master schedule to ensure that students have access to CORE instruction and effectively implement scaffolded discussions. Classroom teacher progress monitoring data will be reviewed in professional learning communities. Individual Language Development Plans will be utilized to monitor student progress.


Professional Learning Communities - weekly
Building Leadership Team meetings - monthly
School Community Council meetings - monthly
Land Trust Reports - yearly
Entry hallway data board - 3 times per year as new data becomes available


 
Budget
ExpenditureCostDescriptionSource
Equipment and Technology 730 $14,000.00 Makerspace, Science experiment materials TSSP
Equipment and Technology 730 $1,000.00 Beverly Taylor Sorenson Music Instruments TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $1,000.00 Substitutes (teachers can work together to plan lessons and experiments) TSSP
School Climate Goals

28% of students exhibit moderate to high risk internalizing behavior according to Student Risk Screening Scale - Internalizing (SSRS-IE) data in winter 2022. We want to better support our students by using explicit instruction in to give students skills on how to emotionally regulate and to advocate for themselves to develop connections with adults and feel safe at Sunrise. A strategy for improvement is implementing Morning Meetings, 10:2, and utilize peace corners.


80% of students on Student Risk Screening Scale will rank in low internalizing (emotionally flat, shy, sad, anxious, and lonely) behavior's category by 2022. Teachers will focus on teaching all students skills to cope with internalizing behaviors within the school setting.

80% of students on Student Risk Screening Scale will rank in low externalizing (lying, cheating, and behavior problems) behavior's category by 2022. Teachers will focus on teaching all students skills to cope with externalizing behaviors within the school setting.


No Yes


We will:

1. Continue our implementation precorrection, 4:1, differential reinforcement, de-escalation strategies, self-monitoring, morning meetings, restorative circles, and develop recess aides skill set.
2. Professional development includes restorative practices and Playworks.
3. Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) behavior aide. ($20,000)
4. Purchase materials for peace corners in every classroom and for our wellness room. Materials such as Jellyfish lamps, flow rings, regulation putty, weighted lap pad, liquid motion toys, kanoodle jr, yoga mats, lava lamps, etc. ($5,380)
5. Continue to house a full-time school counselor. Sunrise will pay $15,000 to help keep her at full-time.


Student Risk Screening Scale, morning meeting walk throughs, Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports walk throughs


Professional Learning Communities - weekly
Building Leadership Team meetings - monthly
School Community Council meetings - monthly


 
Budget
ExpenditureCostDescriptionSource
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $20,000.00 MTSS Behavior Aide TSSP
General Supplies 610 $5,380.00 Peace corner and wellness room resources, coping tools TSSP
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $15,000.00 Continue to house a full-time school counselor. TSSP
Summary of Expenditures for all Goals
Summary - replace me

Additional funds will be spent supporting goals which includes additional instructional assistants and/or hours, substitutes for coaching cycle, teacher stipends, field trips, software programs, equipment and/or supplies.