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Somerset Independent Michael Reynolds, Principal 210 May Street Somerset, KY Document Generated On December 10, 2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS Overview 1 Goals Summary 2 Goal 1: Increase the averaged combined
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Somerset Independent Michael Reynolds, Principal 210 May Street Somerset, KY Document Generated On December 10, 2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS Overview 1 Goals Summary 2 Goal 1: Increase the averaged combined reading and math KPREP scores for from 49.4 to 78.0 by 2017 and from 63.8 to 81.9 in language mechanics. 3 Goal 2: Increase the averaged combined reading and math proficiency ratings for all students in the non-duplicated GAP group from 39.4 to 72.9 by Goal 3: Provide opportunities necessary for all students to achieve proficiency by reducing barriers to learning. 6 Goal 4: Reduce the average percentage of Hopkins students scoring Novice (reading, math and language mechanics) from 12.9 to 11.6 by Overview Plan Name 2016 Plan Description This plan is in place to guide administrators, teachers, staff and SBDM members in creating positive improvements for students. Page 1 Goals Summary The following is a summary of the goals encompassed in this plan. The details for each goal are available in the next section. # Goal Name Goal Details Goal Type Total 1 Increase the averaged combined reading and math Objectives: 1 Organizational $26000 KPREP scores for from Strategies: to 78.0 by 2017 and from 63.8 to 81.9 in Activities: 11 language mechanics. 2 Increase the averaged combined reading and math proficiency ratings for all students in the nonduplicated GAP group from 39.4 to 72.9 by Objectives: 1 Strategies: 2 Activities: 5 3 Provide opportunities necessary for all students to achieve proficiency by reducing barriers to learning. Objectives: Strategies: 4 1 Activities: 8 4 Reduce the average percentage of Hopkins students scoring Novice (reading, math and language mechanics) from 12.9 to 11.6 by 2017 Objectives: 1 Strategies: 2 Activities: 4 Organizational $42000 Organizational $5000 Organizational $ Page 2 Goal 1: Increase the averaged combined reading and math KPREP scores for Hopkins Elementary School from 49.4 to 78.0 by 2017 and from 63.8 to 81.9 in language mechanics. Measurable Objective 1: collaborate to increase the score from 48.8 to 74.4 in reading, from 50.0 to 75 in math, and from 63.8 to 81.9 in language mechanics by 06/30/2017 as measured by KPREP scores. Strategy 1: Curriculum - Principals and teachers will develop and implement plan. Activity - Vertical Alignment Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Provide a staff meeting opportunity that allows for vertical participation among grade levels (two times per year) and bewteen Hopkins and Meece (at least annually). Professional Learning 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 No Activity - Proficiency Measures Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Continue to use Proficiency Checks aligned with standards and analyze student data to modify instruction as needed. 12/18/ /30/2017 $1000 Other Activity - Walk Through Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Continue walk through observations and analyze the data to adjust instructional strategies. 12/18/ /30/2017 $1000 Other Adminstrators Activity - Student Learning Targets Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Students can communicate the student-friendly learning expectation at each grade level. Direct Instruction 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 No Activity - Differentiation Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Utilize differentiated resources in math and reading instruction (for all students from RTI to Gifted). Direct Instruction 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 No Activity - Instructional Resources Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Page 3 Select and utilize resources that are aligned to Common Core Standards. Direct Instruction 12/18/ /30/2017 $12000 School Council Funds Principal, SBDM, Strategy 2: Assessment - Principal and teachers will develop and implement plan. Activity - Reading Assessments Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Continue to implement assessments to measure reading fluency and comprehension (ie. fluency checks, Discovery Education Predictive Assessment System, STAR reading assessment, AR and standard based Proficiency Measures), and analyze student data to make instructional decisions. 12/18/ /30/2017 $6000 Other Activity - Math Assessments Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Continue to implement student assessments (ie. Discovery Education Predictive Assessment System, Holey Cards and standard based Proficiency Measures) and analyze student data to make instructional decisions. 12/18/ /30/2017 $1000 Other Activity - Assessment Skills and Strategies Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Provide opportunity for students to practice assessment skills and strategies (including short answer and extended response) for 3rd and 4th grades. 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 No Activity - Kindergarten Readiness Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Conduct kindergarten readiness assessment for all first time kindergarten students. Strategy 3: Professional Development - Principals and teachers will develop and implement plan. 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 State Funds DAC, counselor Activity - Professional Development Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Provide on-going professional development for elementary best practices (eg. Thoughtful Education, differentiation, classroom management, technology integration). Professional Learning 12/18/ /30/2017 $5000 Other Page 4 Goal 2: Increase the averaged combined reading and math proficiency ratings for all students in the non-duplicated GAP group from 39.4 to 72.9 by Measurable Objective 1: collaborate to increase the score in the GAP group from 38.8 to 75.4 in reading, from 40.0 to 70.4 in math by 06/30/2017 as measured by KPREP. Strategy 1: Supplemental Instructional s - Principals and teachers will develop and implement plan. Activity - Success Maker Math Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Develop and implement a plan for using the current Success Maker Math program in math RTI for students who are scoring below proficiency. Technology 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 School Council Funds RTI Teacher Activity - Tutoring Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Provide after school and during school homework assistance/tutoring in reading and mathematics based on student needs. Tutoring 12/18/ /30/2017 $2000 State Funds Activity - Student Engagement Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Increase classrom activities and lessons based on student engagement strategies, hands-on, and/or small groups. 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 No, Principals Strategy 2: Interventions - Principals and teachers will implement the plan. Activity - Pull-out Interventions Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Provide small group lessons for students who need interventions (including reading, math and ELL.) 12/18/ /30/2017 $40000 Title I Part A Title I Reading Teacher, ELL Teacher Page 5 Activity - Interventions Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Utilize Tier I RTI resources included with the math (MY Math, Study Island) and reading (Reading Wonders, Reading Eggs) program in classrooms. 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 No, Principals Goal 3: Provide opportunities necessary for all students to achieve proficiency by reducing barriers to learning. Measurable Objective 1: collaborate to increase student proficiency by decreasing barriers to learning by 06/30/2017 as measured by stakeholder perception surveys. Strategy 1: Reviews - Principals and teachers will develop and implement the plan. Activity - Review Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Implement lessons and integrate activities to reinforce drama, art, music, careers, health and writing. 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 No Principals and Strategy 2: Community/Parent Involvement - Principals and teachers will develop and implement plan. Activity - Volunteer Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource will contact parents/grandparents to recruit them as volunteers to assist in reading programs in their classroom. Community Engagement 01/04/ /30/2017 $0 District FRYSC, Activity - Parent Involvement Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Increase parental support of learning by providing: weekly newsletters (paper and on teacher webpage), assessment reports, updated grades on Infinite Campus Parent Portal, school open house, parent/teacher conferences, and other parent invitations to visit school. Parent Involvement 12/18/ /30/2017 $5000 Title I Part A Page 6 Activity - Family Resource Center Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Utilize and support activities offered by the Family Resource Center. Community Engagement 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 State Funds FRYSC, Activity - Home Visits Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Provide opportunities for teachers, in pairs or small groups, to conduct home visits with their students/parents. Parent Involvement 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 No Strategy 3: Technology - Principals and teachers will develop and implement the plan. Activity - Technology Plan Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Implement Technology Plan as submitted to KDE and posted on district webpage. Strategy 4: Attendance - Principal and teachers will develop and implement the plan. Technology 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 State Funds Technology Coordinator, STC Activity - Attendance Certificates Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Award students with a certificate for perfect attendance at Celebration Assemblies. Behavioral 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 Other Activity - Attendance/Truancy Committee Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Continue to conduct attendance comittee meetings, along with necessary home visits, to increase student attendance. Behavioral 12/18/ /30/2017 $0 No Counselor, FRYSC Goal 4: Reduce the average percentage of Hopkins students scoring Novice (reading, math and language mechanics) from 12.9 to 11.6 by 2017 Page 7 Measurable Objective 1: collaborate to reduce the percentage of Novice from 11.1 to 10 in reading, from 14.7 to 13.2 in math, and from 13.1 to 11.8 in language mechanics by 06/30/2016 as measured by KPREP scores. Strategy 1: Interventions - Leadership will implement activities to help school reach the Novice Reduction goal. Continuous Improvement Activity - Intervention Plan Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Review, update and implement the school intervention plan. 01/04/ /02/2017 $ Title I Part A Title I Activity - Differentiation Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource will use resources to differentiate lessons in reading and math to address student needs. 01/04/ /02/2017 $0 No Strategy 2: Apply Data - Leadership will ensure that student data is being used to make decisions that are best to help the school reduce the number of students scoring Novice on the KREP test. Continuous Improvement Activity - Data Analysis Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Examine state data and student performance levels and use data to make improvement decisions. Professional Learning 12/07/ /02/2017 $0 No DAC, Activity - PLC Protocol Activity Type Begin Date End Date Resource Develop and implement a PLC protocol for examining student data form Proficiency Measures Professional Learning 01/04/ /31/2017 $0 Safe Schools Page 8
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