2016-2017 School Improvement Plan
Stevens Elementary
School Improvement Documentation
Phase Date Persons Involved
Development 9/1/16 - 10/30/16 Dan Jenkins, Instructional Leadership Team
Staff Review 10/14/2016
Stevens Staff
Parent Review 10/13/2016 Kelsie Herda, Kamaian Fox, Kherwin Masuhud, Frances Masuhud, Kieran Masuhud, Kherwin II Masuhud, Britney Diaz, Lynn Edmond, Dan Jenkins
Peer Review 10/12/2016 Dan Jenkins, Steve Barns, Kale Colyar
District Approval 11/10/2016 Jennifer Keck
School Board Review/Approval 11/30/16 School Board of Directors
SIP SMART Goal #1 (CCR Math)
100% of Stevens students will show growth based on Student Growth Percentiles (SGP), a 15% reduction of students scoring a 1 (46% to 31%) and a 10% increase in students scoring a 3 or 4 (27% to 37%) on the Smarter Balance Mathematics Assessment, and growth from baseline to final on school-wide math goal indicators.
Strategies
Implementation Indicators
Evidence / Outcome
Resources
What action steps will occur?
What PD is needed?
What ongoing monitoring reflects implementation of this strategy?
When will it be reviewed?
What data gives evidence to show this strategy makes a positive difference in student outcomes?
What resources are needed to accomplish this strategy? (People, materials, etc.)
(Intervention)
Fall Screening
Action Steps
Fall Screening in Mathematics to identify students below grade level in numeracy.
PD
Summer Institute Training
Workshop Model and Differentiation Training
Crosswalk for EngageNY and Fosnot
Math Checkpoints administered by Sept 30th, 2015
Data review by teachers through October and November to inform instruction
Math Checkpoints
Amplify Checkpoints
(Other)
Differentiated Instruction (Hi-Cap, SE, Small Group)
Action Steps
Facilitate core instruction using the Mathematics Workshop Model with a focus on differentiated instruction. Teachers will implement math small group rotations that will provide opportunities for back filling, re-teaching, modified instruction, and extension activities based on student needs.
PD
Summer Institute Training in Workshop Model and Differentiation
Crosswalk for EngageNY and Fosnot
AVMR
Quarterly observation
Instructional practices survey
10/10/2016
1/11/2017
5/31/2017

EngageNY Modules
Fosnot Context for Learning Units
Fosnot Number Strings
(Other)
Data Driven Decision Process to Inform Instruction
Action Steps
School wide and grade level teams will use the collaborative data cycle to collect and analyze data, identify areas of core instruction in needs of improvement, and implement strategies and process to improve instructional practices and students outcomes. Data focus will be math fluency.
PD
Focus on Results
Data Tools
AVMR
Classroom Fluency Data
Instructional Practices Survey
Instructional Leadership Team Meeting notes
10/10/2016
1/11/2017
5/31/2017

Fluency Assessments and Grading Rubrics
Data Wall
SIP SMART Goal #2 (CCR Reading)
100% of students will show growth using Student Growth Percentiles (SGP) as evidenced by a 10% reduction of students scoring a 1 (46% to 36%) and a 10% increase in students scoring a 3 or 4 (29% to 39%) on Smarter Balanced ELA Assessment, and growth from baseline to final on school-wide reading goal indicators.
Strategies
Implementation Indicators
Evidence / Outcome
Resources
What action steps will occur?
What PD is needed?
What ongoing monitoring reflects implementation of this strategy?
When will it be reviewed?
What data gives evidence to show this strategy makes a positive difference in student outcomes?
What resources are needed to accomplish this strategy? (People, materials, etc.)
(Other)
Data Driven Decision Process to Inform Instruction
Action Steps
School wide and grade level teams will use the collaborative data cycle to collect and analyze data, identify areas of core instruction in needs of improvement, and implement strategies and process to improve instructional practices and students outcomes. Data focus will be text based evidence.
PD
Focus on Results
Data Tools
Text Based Evidence Data
Instructional Practices Survey
Instructional Leadership Team Meeting notes
10/11/2016
1/11/2017
5/31/2017

Cold Reads Grading Scales and Rubrics
KOLLA Retell
Data Wall
Close Reading
(Other)
Differentiated instruction (Hi-Cap, SE, Small Group)
Action Steps
Facilitate core instruction using the ELA Workshop Model with a focus on differentiated instruction in small group rotations that supports guided reading for below level, on level, above level and language.
PD
Guided Reading Groups (Fountas Guided Reading Plans, Word Work, Writing Response to Reading)
Peer Learning Lab/Literacy lab with debrief Journeys Professional Development
Reading Recovery Strategies: High Success Reading, Current Professional Reading
Close Reading
Quarterly observations
Instructional practices survey
10/11/2016
1/11/2017
5/31/2017

Basic Ed Staff

ELA Workshop Model Framework

Special Ed Staff ELD Staff
Coaches
Collaboration Time
Close Reading Resources
Reading Recovery
Teachers

Reading Intervention Teacher

Springboard Curriculum

Journeys Curriculum

Words Their Way

San Diego Quick Assessment
(Intervention)
Fall ELA Screening
Action Steps
Fall Screening for ELA K-6th grade to identify students below grade level and provide ELA intervention (Oracy, Interactive Writing, Reading Recovery, Guided Reading Plus, Comprehension Focus Group).
PD
Guided Reading Groups (Fountas Guided Reading Plans, Word Work, Writing Response to Reading)
Journeys Professional Development
Reading Recovery Strategies
High Success Reading “Precious Reading” Current Professional Reading
Close Reading
Administered Cold Read Assessments by September 30th 2015
Data Review by Teachers through October and November to Inform Instruction
10/11/2016
1/11/2017
5/31/2017

Special Ed Staff ELD Staff
Coaches
Reading Recovery
Teachers

Reading Intervention Teacher

Journeys Literacy Toolkit

Words Their Way

San Diego Quick Assessment
SIP SMART Goal #3 (College & Career Readiness)
Implement AVID Elementary in 3-6th grade and continue Level 2 Certification by spring 2017, CCR/Mindset in 1-6th grade and move from unsatifactory to basic rating on the Campus Ready Survey for 6th grade students.
Strategies
Implementation Indicators
Evidence / Outcome
Resources
What action steps will occur?
What PD is needed?
What ongoing monitoring reflects implementation of this strategy?
When will it be reviewed?
What data gives evidence to show this strategy makes a positive difference in student outcomes?
What resources are needed to accomplish this strategy? (People, materials, etc.)
(AVID)
Schoolwide AVID Grades 3-6 implimentation
Action Steps
AVID Elementary 3-6th grade implementation of the Site and Grade Level plan which includes organizational tool, agenda planner, note taking and levels of questions.
PD
AVID summer institute
AVID Site Team Meeting Agenda
Classroom Binder Checks, 2/3 Column Notes, and Levels of Questioning
Walkthoughs
10/11/2016
1/11/2017
5/31/2017

Agenda planners
Organizational tools
AVID lessons
AVID online
(Intervention, AVID)
CCR/Mindset
Action Steps
CCR/Mindset 1-6th grade implementation using WhyTry! and AVID Elementary in 3-6th grade
PD
WhyTry! Resiliency training and multiple intelligences theory
Specialist Rotation Schedule
CCR Content Specific Classes CBA
WhyTry! Curriculum and Resiliency Breakthrough Book
Midset Book
(Technology)
AVID Weekly
Action Steps
Teachers will access AVID Weekly online to implement WICOR strategies to increase student achievement in reading and writing through social studies and science content.
PD
AVID Summer Institute
AVID Site Team Meetings
AVID Site Team Minutes
Walkthroughs
AVID Certification Form Rating of 2
10/11/2016
1/11/2017
5/31/2017

AVID Weekly Memberships
Computers
SIP SMART Goal #4 (Other)
Using the PBIS tiered model, the percentage of students in Tier 1 will increase from to 80%, the percentage of students in Tier 2 will remain 15%, and the percentage of students in Tier 3 will decrease from 22% to 5 % as evidenced by schoolwide discipline data in Power School.
Strategies
Implementation Indicators
Evidence / Outcome
Resources
What action steps will occur?
What PD is needed?
What ongoing monitoring reflects implementation of this strategy?
When will it be reviewed?
What data gives evidence to show this strategy makes a positive difference in student outcomes?
What resources are needed to accomplish this strategy? (People, materials, etc.)
(Intervention, Other)
PBIS Positive Culture
Action Steps
Create a climate that fosters social/emotional learning.
• S.O.A.R. expectations
• Trauma sensitive
• Parent Education/ Involvement
• PBIS
• WhyTry!
• Mindset/ Resiliency

PD
PBIS Training
WhyTry! Training
Mindset/Resliency Training
SWIS Training
DRA to show increase from current instructional level to independent reading level 3 times per school year

District Assessments

Attendance Data

Discipline Data

Student Environment Survey
10/11/2016
1/11/2017
5/31/2017

Basic Ed. Teacher
Title Counselor
Counselor
Behavior Support Specialist
6th grade leadership
SWIS

CCR/Mindset Teacher

Why Try! Curriculum

Resiliency Book
Mindset Book

SWIS