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Goal #1 

Country View Elementary’s mission statement is, “All students will soar by learning at high levels in a safe and nurturing environment.”  We are focused on creating a safe, nurturing, and engaging environment so that all students are provided with the support they need, in behavior and in academics, to access learning at high levels. Behavior support will be provided by a behavior aide and the implementation of a school-wide behavior plan.  The Leader In Me program will be studied for possible implementation in the future. Our goal is that the number of office referrals will be reduced from the beginning of the year to the end of the year.

 

Goal #1 Action Step

1. TSSA monies will be used to hire a behavior aide to provide support for students identified with behavior needs, enabling them to learn and practice behavior strategies that positively impact individual and classroom learning. ($18,000).                                                                      2. The behavior aide will be supplied with technology ($200) and resources. ($3,000) 3. Resources ($3,000) and additional aide time ($6,800) will be supplied to implement a school-wide positive behavior plan.                     4. Collaborative time will be given to teachers during the summer to develop school wide goals, commitments, and behavior plan. ($750) 5. Copies of the Leader In Me books will be purchased for faculty to read and discuss during the school year. ($400)

Goal # 1 Measures of Success

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Office referrals are documented on Office Referral Forms and tallied each quarter. Based on the tallied number of referrals, office referrals will decrease from the first quarter to the fourth quarter.

 

Goal #2

Each goal must promote improved student performance and student academic achievement.

Goal #2 

Tier I and Tier II reading instruction will be strengthened by supporting teachers and paraprofessionals with training and professional development.  Based on Pathways to Progress School-wide Data, 65% or more of our K-6 students will show typical, above, or well above progress on end of year DIBELS Assessment.

Goal #2 Action Step

1. Teachers and paraprofessionals will be trained on Reading Horizons ($3,000) and curriculum will be purchased. ($5,400)                                                                                                    2. Teachers and paraprofessionals will be involved in professional development through colleague observations, school and district training, online professional development, workshops, and/or conferences. Substitutes will be provided to cover classrooms.  ($1,500)

Goal #2 Measures of Success
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DIBELS assessments will be administered to students at the beginning of the year, mid-year, and at the end of the school year to measure progress.

 

Goal #3

Each goal must promote improved student performance and student academic achievement.

Goal #3

To promote “learning at high levels,” an important component of our school’s mission statement, we will use TSSA monies to increase student engagement in math through greater access to and use of technology.  Our goal is for student RISE math proficiency to increase by 5%.

Goal #3 Action Step

1. Subscriptions for ALEKS, and/or an online math program, will be purchased to support students in grades 3 through 6. ($8,240)                                                                                       2. Teachers will utilize technology to increase student engagement and promote learning; outdated and broken technology in the classroom will be replaced. ($12,000) 3. Teachers will be involved in professional development through colleague observations, school and district training, online professional development, and/or workshops and conferences.  Substitutes will be provided to cover classrooms. ($1,500)

Goal #3 Measures of Success

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End-of-level RISE math results will be compared from Spring 2019 to Spring 2020 for students in grades 3 - 6

 

 

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