School Innovation and Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

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2017-2018 Herndon Middle School Region I Justine Klena, Principal

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

We will increase students’ literacy skills and provide strategic time to meet their individual needs during Tier 1 instruction as measured by at least 80% of CLT’s meeting their goals.

Strategy 1

Provide support with strengthening the instructional model through content coaching and CLT unit planning guides to promote student engagement and ownership of student learning.

Strategy 2

Provide ongoing, differentiated staff professional learning cohorts focused on implementing and integrating literacy skills throughout the content areas.

Strategy 3

Implement frequent formative assessments to provide timely feedback to students and lead to intentional, targeted instruction based on students’ demonstrated needs.

 

View last school year's goals below.

2016-2017 Herndon Middle School Region I Justine Klena, Principal

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

Implement a learning model which integrates student-led time and promotes student engagement and ownership of learning as measured by:

  • An increase in self-reported comfort level with the learning model by teachers through quarterly surveys
  • An increase in student independence and ownership of their learning on quarterly self-assessment surveys
  • An increase in the amount of class time that is student-led as measured by classroom observations

Strategy 1

School will provide professional development for teachers on the what, why, and how of our learning model throughout the school year.

Strategy 2

Teachers will plan and implement lessons designed to increase opportunities for students to develop independence and ownership of their learning.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

Implement frequent formative assessment to provide timely feedback to students and lead to intentional, targeted instruction based on students’ demonstrated needs as measured by:

  • An increase in the frequency of CLT-created checks for understanding that allow for adjusted instruction based on student needs, reported on CLT quarterly reflections.
  • An increase in student-reported opportunities to receive feedback from teachers prior to summative assessments, reported on quarterly student surveys.

Strategy 1

School will provide resources to classrooms that promote intentional and targeted instruction.

Strategy 2

Teachers will effectively use formative data to inform their instructional decisions.