School Innovation and Improvement Plan
Outcome goals for this academic year.
School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance
Cherry Run Elementary
Mark Bibbee, Principal
Outcome: By Spring 2024, the percent of Special Education students meeting grade level benchmark on the IReady will increase 7 percentage points from 57% to 64%.
- Strategy 1: Increase use of data (e.g.; IReady, CORE, PASS, PRF, WIDA) to plan instruction and monitor progress for students demonstrating risk. (HLP 2-5)
- Strategy 2: Increase intentional use of scaffolds, supports and extensions in whole group settings (word recognition, language comprehension and writing).
- Strategy 3: Expand use of independent practice with a variety of texts (e.g.; decodable, nonfiction, fiction) and meaningful tasks (e.g.; Lexia, writing about reading). (HLP 2-4)
Outcome: By the end of SY 23-24 - 65% of special education students will score pass/pass proficient on the math SOL. 70% of English Learners will score/pass proficient on the math SOL.
- Strategy 1: Use conversation structures to increase academic talk between students.
- Strategy 2: Increase teachers implementation strategies related to Shift 8: from looking for correct answers towards revealing student thinking.
- Strategy 3: Improve teachers' implementation of Framework for Engaging & Student-Centered Mathematics Instruction.
School Selected - Wellness
Outcome: By the end of SY 23-24 the number of disciplinary referrals will reduce to no more than 40 referrals.
- Strategy 1: Strengthen adults' knowledge regarding the connection between Tier 1 wellness practices, mental health, behavior, substance abuse, and trauma, and related instructional practices and referral processes appropriate to their role (Professional Development).
- Strategy 2: Improve implementation fidelity of Tier 1 explicit skills instruction and application opportunities related to SEL and mental health protective factors.