Teacher and Student Success Plan
2022 - 2023


Overarching Goal

80% of Oakdale students will be on or above benchmark according to the Acadience End of the Year Benchmark Test (K-5: Pathways of Progress ELA, K-5 Pathways of Progress for Math).


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:
 

We met as an SCC/PTA on February 17, 2022 (SCC) and March 9, 2022 (PTA), to review data for ELA, Math, and School Climate data and began planning for proposed goals.  We went through the TSSP and LandTrust Plans and finalized the plan during a meeting held on March 17, 2022.  



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03/17/2022

03/16/2022

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Academic Goals

64% of students K-3 are making typical or above typical growth on Pathways of progress6. 67% of K-3 Students are on/above the benchmark for reading composite on Pathways of progress. 64% of students 4-5 have made or exceeded proficiency on the Reading Inventory. 54% of students 4-5 have met or exceeded expected growth on the Reading Inventory Growth Goals. Our goal for the 2022-2023 school year is to support students’ growth in Reading Comprehension. All teachers will implement the skills they learned in LETRS Units 1-4 to teach word recognition skills using the 95% Group Core (K-3), and the 95% Group Multisyllabic Routines (4-5), and the 95% Group Phonics Lesson Library for Intervention and Special Education. Language Comprehension will be taught using the Wonders and WonderWorks curriculum, which includes lessons using shared reading, shared writing, close reading and reading interventionists, and structured classroom discussion.


English Language Arts Goal: By May 2023, Oakdale students will demonstrate growth of the ELA core standards, in reading fluency and comprehension based on the following criteria:
K-3 Goal: At least 80% of K-3 students will make typical or better progress on Acadience Pathway of Progress.
4-5 Goal: At least 80% of 4-5 students will meet or exceed expected growth on the Reading Inventory Expected Growth Goals


No Yes


Language Arts
Reading
Math
Science
Behavior
Other


To support students’ growth of Reading Comprehension all teachers will implement the skills they learned in LETRS Units 1-4 to teach word recognition skills using the 95% Group Core (K-3), the 95% Group Multisyllabic Routines (4-5), and the 95% Group Phonics Lesson Library for Intervention and Special Education. Language Comprehension will be taught using the Wonders and WonderWorks curriculum which includes lessons using shared reading, shared writing, close reading and reading interventionists, and structured classroom discussion. ($3,200 for Teacher Stipends-Land Trust, $2,800 for 4th and 5th Grade LETRS - Land Trust, $22,270 for 3 Tier 2 Reading Interventionist - Land Trust, $4,800 - Substitutes for 4th and 5th Grade in-person LETRS PD-Land Trust). ($2,200 95% PLL materials for interventions - TSSP)
Each team will have a day to work together to review and analyze the Fall Benchmark data to identify the skills each student needs to work on to make typical growth. Then the teachers will make growth goals for each student. ($2,000 for Pathways Data Teaming - Landtrust).


Progress will be measured towards this goal through the following:
CBM (Acadience and Reading Inventory) Data
Pathways of progress goal setting
Acadience Progress Monitoring
LETRS Units Observations
All staff will complete Wonders/Wonder Works, and 95% group implementation training and PDs


Progress Monitoring (Red: Every week, Yellow: Every other week, Green: Once a month) IPLC/Collaboration meeting with Data Dives, Lexia (if awarded through reading grant) Data Dives, Walkthroughs for LETRS, Wonders Works, 95% Group Multisyllabic Routines (4-5) and the 95% Group Phonics Lesson Library for Intervention and Special Education, Close Reading, and Structured Classroom Discussions.


Teachers have been encouraged to attain their English as a Second Language (ESL) certification and will continue to be encouraged to move in this direction. Additional training will be requested from the district on best practices to meet the needs of English Learners and students will be provided with access to Imagine Learning/Lexia ML software.


The School Plan will initially be publicized at the beginning of the school year through Oakdale's website, SCC, and Newsletter/Roadrunner Dash both electronically, and in hard copies. Updated information will be provided twice a year in November and April/May.


 
Budget
ExpenditureCostDescriptionSource
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $22,270.00 Tier 2 Reading Interventionist Landtrust
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $3,200.00 Stipend for teacher workday to collaborate and organize new Wonders Implementation. Landtrust
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $2,000.00 Substitutes for Teacher Pathway of Progress teaming - goal setting and data analysis. Landtrust
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $2,800.00 4th and 5th Grade substitutes for Units 5-8 and compensation for time for Units 1-4 training's (Friday planning time). Landtrust
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $4,800.00 4th and 5th grade stipend for Units 1-4 in person training Landtrust
General Supplies 610 $2,200.00 95% ELL kits and 95% Chip Kits TSSP
Academic Goals

Acadience benchmark assessments show that 74% of Kindergarten students are making benchmarks according to Beginning Quantity Discrimination (BQD), with 61% of 1st-grade students are making benchmarks according to Advanced Quantity Discrimination (AQD). At the same time, 66% of 2 - 5 grade students make benchmarks according to Acadience Math Concepts & Applications (MCAP). Our goal for the 2022-2023 school year is that students will make typical or above typical progress according to Acadience Pathways of Progress through differentiation of skill gaps during Tier I and II skill-based instruction. The strategies for improvement are to implement growth goals for students, Number Talk through structured classroom discussion, math interventionist, progress monitoring in iReady, Math Topic Test, Number Talks, Math Close Read, and IPLC/Collaboration Meetings with alignment to the master schedule.


80% of Kindergarten through 5th grade students will make typical or above typical progress according to Acadience Pathways of Progress for Math by May of 2023.


No Yes


Language Arts
Reading
Math
Science
Behavior
Other


Each team will have a day to work together to review and analyze the Fall Benchmark data to identify the skills each student needs to work on to make typical growth. The teachers will then make growth goals for each student. Math interventionists will provide instructional support. ($14,846 for 2 Tier 2 Math Interventionist), Number Talks PD/Book Study as part of PLC, collaboration, Faculty Meeting. ($2000 Land Trust), iReady will be used to support instruction and progress monitoring. ($1000 for purchasing additional iReady licenses)


Progress will be measured towards the goal through the following:
Acadience Math Pathways of Progress of the Math Composite Score
Number Talks Fidelity Walkthroughs


Math Benchmark Data Dives, IReasy Data Dives (If awarded through STEM Action Grant), Math Topic Test Data Dives, Unpacking/backward designing the math standards, Number Talks and Math Close Read.


Teachers have been encouraged to attain their English as a Second Language (ESL) certification and will continue to be encouraged to move in this direction. Additional training will be requested from the district on best practices to meet the needs of English Learners and students will be provided with access to Imagine Learning/Lexia ML software to help acquire academic language and vocabulary needed for mathematics. Additionally, EL learners will have access to Math Interventionist, when needed, to solidify key concepts in math learning.


The School Plan will initially be publicized at the beginning of the school year through Oakdale's website, SCC, and Newsletter/Roadrunner Dash both electronically, and in hard copies. Updated information will be provided twice a year in November and April/May.


 
Budget
ExpenditureCostDescriptionSource
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $14,846.00 2 Tier 2 - Math Interventionist Landtrust
General Supplies 610 $2,000.00 Books and Materials and resources for instructional needs for whole group and skill based groups. Landtrust
Software 670 $1,000.00 Purchase additional iReady licenses not awarded through STEM Action Grant. Landtrust
School Climate Goals

Oakdale's behavior expectations are for students and adults to Be Safe, Be Responsible, Be Respectful so they are Ready to Learn. Students cannot be ready to learn if they are not in school. We have approximately 59% of our students who exhibit chronic absenteeism, 19 to 36 school days. The compounding time over the years makes it difficult to close the learning gap from grade to grade. Our goal for the 2022-2023 school year is to decrease the number of absences school-wide. We want to create a culture of learners in our school to give students the skills to develop intrinsic behaviors that will support them in school. As members of the greater community through strategic Tier I and Tier II supports. Implementation will continue with Morning meetings and social-emotional learning. Implement a school-wide incentive management system (PBIS Rewards) where students can earn points when 90% of peers are at school for school-wide and class incentives. In addition to what happens in school, we will help support parents through education on the impacts of absenteeism and how this could impact their students.


80% of the Oakdale students will have less than 10 absences for the 2022-2023 school year.


No Yes


PBIS Rewards will be used to award students points, rewards, and events. ($1,500 for PBIS Rewards - TSSP Software) ( $4000 for PBIS Reward Incentives, Events, and Activities - TSSP)
Build Your Spud!- Each day, 90% or more of students are in a class by 9:00 AM the class earns a piece of the potato head. When the potato head has 10 (equivalent) pieces displayed, the class earns a reward of their choosing. During a class meeting at the start of the year, classes will decide on 5 rewards they want to earn. (4 free events and 1 paid event) When the class earns a reward, the teacher will pick one of the predetermined events. ($4700 for Attendance incentives as class awards -TSSP)
Outreach support: Parent/Student - will receive communication when they are considered at risk with their attendance. This will be accomplished through parent communication and support. ($40,000 - School Guidance Councilor - TSSP)
Parent Education on the impact of chronic absenteeism on students and learning. (Back to School Night, Attendance Newsletter, Roadrunner Dash, PTC, Oakdale website.) ($1,000 - Parent education and materials - -TSSP)




Daily Attendance submission
Teacher contact via email after 2 absences in a row to offer support.
Teacher contact via phone after 5 days of absences to problem-solve solutions to get students to school.
Teachers and Administration will work with parents and students on an Attendance Intervention Plan at 10 absences
PBIS Rewards
Class points (Potato Head) for every 10 days the class has 90% or more students attending.
Monthly grade level incentives for the class with the most complete potato heads (Music at lunch, Extra recess, Special treat, etc.)
Parent Education - Back to School Night (Teacher letters), Attendance Newsletter, Roadrunner Dash, PTC, Oakdale website.


The School Plan will initially be publicized at the beginning of the school year through Oakdale's website, SCC, and Newsletter/Roadrunner Dash both electronically, and in hard copies. Updated information will be provided twice a year in November and April/May.


 
Budget
ExpenditureCostDescriptionSource
Salaries and Employee Benefits 100 and 200 $40,000.00 40% of School Counselor Salary TSSP
General Supplies 610 $4,700.00 Class attendance rewards: The teacher will be allocated $300 for attendance rewards when 90% or more students attend for 10 days. Build your SPUD TSSP
Software 670 $1,500.00 PBIS Rewards Software - Tracking of PBIS points, awards and events. TSSP
General Supplies 610 $4,000.00 Incentives for PBIS Reward Events and Activities. TSSP
General Supplies 610 $1,000.00 Supplies for parent education on the impact of chronic absenteeism on students and learning. (Posters, parents nights, Newsletters, etc.) TSSP
Summary of Expenditures for all Goals
Summary - replace me

Additional funds will be used to support additional instructional assistant support or extended contract time for interventionists either at the beginning of the year or at the end of the school year.  If we are not able to hire for instructional assistance, additional funds will be used to provide stipends for teachers to support after-school tutoring for students below or well below skill levels.  Funds will also be used to purchase materials for instructional needs, additional professional development, technology, incentives, and any supplies needed to support our goals.