School Improvement Plan

2014-15 Tennessee School Improvement Planning    revised 4/10/15

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PARK VIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT PLAN

(Goals, Strategies, Actions, Steps)

2014 - 2015

Goal 1 - English Language Arts

Park View will meet the 2015 AMO gap target (26.8% set by the district) for the Economically Disadvantaged subgroup in English/Language Arts by closing the gap by 11.8%

 

Strategy 1.1:  Impact student achievement gaps, understand student needs, and improve student performance focusing on ED gap closures

Action Step 1.1.1:  Partnership with Evans Newton Inc.  Beginning May 2012 PV teachers in grades 2-4 were involved in professional development sessions training in all aspects of the program.

 

Strategy 1.2:  Professional Development – curriculum, assessment, RTI2  

Action Step 1.2.1:  PV will provide ongoing, high quality professional development for admin, teachers, and other instructional staff to impact gaps in ED in student achievement, TEAM evals, events based on our data results, common core implementation, curriculum mapping, & data driven instruction.

 

Strategy 1.3:  Focused ELA Support

Action Step 1.3.1:  PV teachers will be trained and updated on state curriculum, assessments, RTI2, to address student needs in all subgroups with focus on ED.

Action Step 1.3.2:  RTI Program – Tier I,II,III –Through analysis of benchmarks and formative assessments, PV will provide RTI2 in ELA for 30 min a day for every student, Tier I, II, III, IV with technology, RTI materials, and web-based programs. Summer school is offered to any third grade student that scores below basic in RLA on the TCAP and to any student that is in RTI Tier III.

 

 

Goal 2 – Mathematics

Park View will increase student achievement in Mathematics 3-8 by 5.3% in order to approach/meet the annual AMO requirements.

         

          Strategy 2.1: Professional Development

Action Step 2.1.1: Beginning May 2012 PV teachers in grades 2-4 were involved in professional development sessions training in all aspects of the program.  Additional trainings were provided in June, July, and August.  On-going support is planned throughout the year including data chats coaching and mentoring.

 

Strategy 2.2:  ENI Partnership

Action Step 2.2.1:  PV will provide ongoing, high quality professional development for admin, teachers, and other instructional staff to impact gaps in ED in student achievement. TEAM evals, events based on our data results, common core implementation, curriculum mapping, & data driven instruction.

 

Strategy 2.3:  Focused Math Support

Action Step 2.3.1:  PV teachers will be trained and updated on state curriculum, assessments, RTI2 process to address student needs in all subgroups with focus on ED.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Goal 3 - Literacy/Language Arts

By 2018, 90% of 3rd grade students will be reading on grade level.

 

Strategy 3.1:  Promote effective parent and community involvement

Action Step 3.1.1 “20 minutes a Day” Reading:  PV will promote effective community involvement with all stakeholders in the planning an evaluation of school improvement activities to promote 20 min a day reading to children.  PV will also enlist the assistance of Parenting Coordinators to promote “20 Minutes a Day” and have schools make it a standing agenda item for FE activities and communication.  Also, per the Parent/Student/School compact, the read 20 initiative is a commitment the parents and student make.  We will also promote Early Learning Literacy by having Barbra Greeson, District EILF, come speak at our FE Literacy night.  Also PV will promote the read 20 initiative to Pre-K families through family engagement activities for early learning literacy and transitional strategies.

 

            Strategy 3.2:  Data Collection and Analysis

Action Step 3.2.1 – Through PD, PLC, and communication from principals and supervisors, work with Pre-K teachers to match strategies and content to appropriately differentiate based on various data sources at their disposal.  PV will collect and analyze data to identify patterns to drive instructional decisions.  This would include determining which students require possible additional academic support through the RTI program.

           

Strategy 3.3: Provide ongoing, high quality, PD and PLC’s at school site

Action Step 3.3.1 – PV will provide ongoing, high quality professional development and PLCs for teachers and other instructional staff to impact gaps in student achievement, understand student needs and improve student performance, PreK – 3 teachers will be involved in school level vertical PLCs and provide PD to early teachers on the foundations of literacy instruction.

 

Strategy 3.4:  Address teaching and learning needs related to academic problems of low achieving students

Action Step 3.4.1 – Poverty Training – PV teachers will attend required poverty training throughout the year and address poverty needs through monthly faculty meetings and teacher lead PLCs.

 

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