School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

2018-2019

Halley Elementary School

Region 4

Kerry Peerman, Principal

End of Year SMARTR Outcome #1

78% of students in grades 3-6 achieved a passing score on the 2018 Spring Reading SOL assessment.

Strategy 1-Tier 1 reading and writing instruction

A focus on enhancing Tier 1 instruction through the reading and writing workshop model.

Strategy 2- Responsive Instruction

Halley staff will continue to utilize the RI process to close the achievement gap with our students performing below benchmark in reading and writing.

Strategy 3-Professional Development

Halley staff will engage in year-long professional development on the topics of reading and writing workshop

End of Year SMARTR Outcome #2

76% of students in grades 3-6 achieved a passing score on the Spring 2018 Math SOL assessment.

Strategy 1-Enhance Tier 1 Core Math Instruction

A focus on tier 1 core instruction with an emphasis on embedding math tasks and differentiating instruction for all learners during math workshop.

Strategy 2- Building Computational Fluency

Teachers will embed daily number sense routines in grades K-6 to enhance students’ ability to flexibly manipulate numbers to solve various problems and make meaning of mathematical concepts.

Strategy 3-Professional Development

Teachers will engage in year-long professional development focused on the various math workshop structures, math tasks and number sense routines.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome #3

100% of students in grades K-6 participated in Project-Based lessons, bi-weekly STEAM lessons, daily Positivity Project lessons and pen pal writing to students in Uganda during the 2017-2018 school year to enhance their awareness and understanding of the Portrait of a Graduate attributes of: Ethical and Global Citizen, Communicator and Collaborator.

Strategy 1-Positivity Project

Students in grades K-6 will engage in daily P2 lessons to build their understanding of positive character traits.

Strategy 2-Uganda Pen Pals

Students in grades K-6 will establish ongoing letter writing with students in Bumwalye, Uganda.

Strategy 3-Project-Based Learning

Students in grades K-6 will participate in various project-based lessons in the core subject areas at least twice a quarter.