Staples-Motley Teaching and Learning
Staples-Motley School District Mission and Vision
Staples-Motley School District supports all learners to grow and rise to new challenges through a culture of pride in academics, arts, athletics and community.
To educate, equip, and empower all students to achieve their full potential, and succeed in the classroom and beyond.
Debbie Ferdon, Teaching and Learning Coordinator
Assessment, Curriculum, Staff Development, and QComp
218-894-5400 ext 3506
Staples-Motley District Office
905 4th St NE, Staples, MN 56479
RELATIONSHIPS INTEGRITY RESPECT PRIDE EXCELLENCE COMMUNICATION
STUDENT EXPERIENCE: Diverse opportunities and support for success
CLIMATE AND CULTURE: Optimal teaching and learning environment
VALUE: Guided management of district assets
OPERATIONS: Service, collaboration, facilities maintenance
Districtwide Goals and Objectives
District Staff Development Goals
- Continue to support high functioning teams.
- PLCs utilize the Continuous Improvement process to improve student achievement.
- Support individual sites to assist them in meeting their student achievement goals:
- Staff development teaches classroom assessment skills that allow teachers to regularly monitor gains in student learning.
- Staff development regularly offers opportunities to practice new skills and receive feedback on the performance of those skills.
2019-20 QComp Site Goals
In Spring 2020, 40% of Staples-Motley Elementary students will meet or exceed MCA reading proficiency.
Motley-Staples Middle School
Students in grades 5-8 who achieve 40th percentile or above in vocabulary acquisition and use strand of the NWEA MAP Reading will increase from 72% in Spring 2019 to 74% in Spring 2020.
Staples-Motley High School
The percentage of all students in grades 9-10 who meet or exceed their spring to spring individual RIT growth projection on the NWEA MAP in reading will increase 2% points in the Spring of 2020.