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Goal #1 

Country View Elementary’s mission statement is, “All students will excel 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.  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. ($19,605)
  2. The behavior aide will be supplied with resources. ($3,000)
  3. Resources ($4,000) and additional aide time ($3,000) 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. ($1,650)

Goal # 1 Measures of Success

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

To support our focus on creating a safe, nurturing, and engaging environment so that all students are provided with the support they need to access learning at high levels, student social-emotional learning will be assessed and supported.  Subscriptions to Panorama Education, a technology platform, will be purchased to assess 3rd-6th grade student social-emotional learning (SEL) skills and provide supporting SEL lessons to use in the classroom.   In addition, a mental health specialist will provide time and expertise to support individual student social-emotional health needs.  Our goal is that students in grades 3 through 6 will show growth in SEL skills from the beginning of the year to the end of the year.

Goal #2 Action Step

  1. Panorama Education subscriptions will be purchased to facilitate assessment of social-emotional learning skills and associated instruction for students in grades 3 - 6. ($416)
  2. Time given to our school by a mental health specialist will be paid for. ($3,700)

Goal #2 Measures of Success

Students in grades 3 - 6 will be given a social-emotional skills assessment provided by Panorama Education at the beginning of the year and at the end of the year.  Our goal is for all students to show an increase in SEL skills by the end of the year.


Goal #3

The effectiveness of our Tier II reading and math instruction will be increased by supplying additional aide time, supporting teachers and aides with training and professional development, and maintaining technology instructional support.  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.  Based on 4 math essential learning targets (ELTs) in each grade (K-6), grade-level ELT assessments will show that 90% of students attained a proficient or highly proficient skill level.

Goal #3 Action Step

  1. Additional aide time will be provided during Tier II reading and math instruction. ($22,000)
  2. Teachers and aides 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. ($2,300)
  3. Teachers and aides will utilize technology to increase student engagement and promote learning; outdated and broken technology used in instruction will be replaced. ($2,300)

Goal #3 Measures of Success

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.  Each grade level team of teachers will administer assessments to measure students’ skill level on math essential learning targets (ELTs).  Grade level teams determined the four most important ELTs in math.  It is these 4 ELTs in each grade level that student assessment data will be used to track progress toward the goal of 90% student proficiency.



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