School Innovation & Improvement Plan
Outcome goals for this academic year
School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance
Groveton Elementary School
James Swoger, Principal
Language Arts End of Year SMARTR Outcomes
85% of students in grades 3-6 will score a pass proficient or pass advanced score on the Spring 2020 Reading SOL.
Increase the percentage of students reading on or above grade level by 50% at each grade level and decrease the percentage of students reading two years below grade level or more by 50% at each grade level.
Implement targeted multi-tiered systems of support for our struggling readers. Students will participate in the whole group, and small group targeted instruction to help close the achievement gap.
Advanced Academics Program End of Year SMARTR Outcome
By the end of the 2020-2021 school year we will increase the percentage of students identified as young scholars, English learners, and students with disabilities in grades 3-6 who are eligible for Local Level IV services.
- Increase opportunities for students to engage with advanced academic curriculum in all classrooms with targeted support for YS, ELs, and SWDs.
- Strengthen school-wide implementation of early identification of gifted students in grades K-2 through the YS and AAP screening processes.
Communication End of Year SMARTR Outcome
Based on school survey data by June 2021, 90% of Groveton families will report that:
- school staff works with them to identify academic and socio-emotional skills that their children can develop to be successful.
- the school staff keeps them informed of their child’s progress.
- our school encourages parents and educators to share information such as student strengths and learning preferences.
- our school provides timely information on instruction, events, and safety procedures.
- Increase communication opportunities between teachers and families school-wide in order to support students’ academic success and opportunities for growth as well as social emotional strengths and areas of need.
- Evaluate school-wide communication opportunities to maximize support for students and families in order to support academic and socio-emotional needs of students.