2017 - 2018 PD Home Page


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Monday, October 16, 2017
All Day @ Iowa Valley




2017-2018 District Assessment Goals

Iowa Assessments
By Spring of 2018, the percentage of Iowa Valley students proficient in Reading (based on NSS) on the Iowa Assessment will increase by 5% from 69.9% to 74.9% proficient total average of grades 7th, 8th, 9th cohort.

By Spring of 2018, the percentage of Iowa Valley students proficient in Mathematics (based on NSS) on the Iowa Assessment will increase by 2.5% from 80.5% to 83% proficient total average of grades 7th, 8th, 9th cohort.

By Spring of 2018, the percentage of Iowa Valley students proficient in Science (based on NSS) on the Iowa Assessment will maintain or increase (83.3%) proficient total average of grade 6ht, 7th, 8th & 9th cohort.

Early Intervention
By Spring of 2018, 80% of K-6 students will be at benchmark goals (CBM & aReading) for their grade level.

By Spring 2018, the average preschool Individual Growth and Development (IGDI) will increase 20% from Fall to Spring testing.


NWEA Assessment (MAP)
By Spring of 2018, 7th -11th grade span will increase from three grade levels that are at least 70% to five grade levels that are at least 70% proficient in reading. (or show a year's growth).

By Spring of 2018, the average student percentile score of Iowa Valley students in grades 7-11 (based on norms from Spring to
Spring) will maintain or increase percentile score and/or show a year's growth in math from Spring 2017 to Spring 2018.

By Spring of 2018, grade levels 7th-11th will increase 5% per grade level (or show a year's growth) in science, based on grade level norms.





































































































































































 
 
 

 

 
 



Elementary PD Action Plan


Elementary Professional Learning Binder Materials





2017-2018 PD Learning Targets:

HIGH SCHOOL
We will provide an engaged educational environment that promotes student investment and continued learning.

ELEMENTARY

We will target math gaps and extend learning in
kindergarten through sixth grade.


We will target reading fluency and comprehension gaps and
extend learning in kindergarten through sixth grade.


2016-2017 DISTRICT ASSESSMENTS:

Iowa Assessments Cohort Chart

Spring MAP Cohort Chart

Iowa Valley Community School
Mission Statement
The mission of the Iowa Valley School is to provide a safe, comfortable, clean and caring environment where community and staff work together to provide an education that will maximize each individual's potential, instill a sense of self-worth, and prepare them for life-long learning.
 
 
 
 Iowa Common Core
Community Statement
The Iowa Core is a common idea of education within the state of Iowa that is designed to best prepare students for the challenges of the 21st century. As educators at Iowa Valley, we are promoting student-centered learning within our classrooms that correlates to real-life applications in today's global society.

(Jaclyn Manternach, Sarah Ritter, Wendy Leonard , 2010)

 
 
Iowa Valley Technology
Vision Statement
In the Iowa Valley Community School District, the learning community will be technologically literate life-long learners.  Learners will be able to interact successfully in a technological environment to achieve their personal, education, and workplace goals.  They will skillfully use technology to access, retrieve, and us information school-wide, community-wide, nationally, and internationally.
(Iowa Valley , 2007)