School Innovation & Improvement Plan
Outcome goals for this academic school year
School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance
Virginia Run Elementary School
Elizabeth Bumbrey, Principal
End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Literacy
By May 2021, 100% of students will demonstrate growth in writing by moving at least one level in 2 out of the 3 following domains on a grade level FCPS writing rubric: Structure and Organization, Meaning and Elaboration, and Usage and Mechanics.
Students who receive a 4 on the Structure and Organization, Meaning and Elaboration, and a Usage and Mechanics domain on the fall baseline assessment will show growth on at least one additional domain on a grade-level FCPS writing rubric.
- We will work collaboratively to strengthen Tier 1 Writing Instruction using the Writing Workshop Model.
- Teachers will analyze student writing to inform instructional decisions.
- Teachers in Kindergarten through 2nd grade will implement strategies for early literacy intervention.
End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Mathematics
By May 2021, 80% of ALL students will score a 3 or higher on the common math assessment rubric in the accuracy and strategy communication areas.
By May 2021, 48% of SWD will score a 3 or higher on the common math assessment rubric in the accuracy and strategy communication areas.
By May 2021, 65% of Hispanic students will score a 3 or higher on the common math assessment rubric in the accuracy and strategy communication areas.
Grade level teams will work collaboratively to strengthen and deliver Tier 1 math instruction using the math workshop model.
Teachers will use common assessment data to drive instruction and create meaningful interventions/enrichments to meet the needs of every learner.
End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Access & Opportunity
By June 2021, 100% of teachers surveyed will communicate growth in their implementation of TPT strategies and/or “the Ripple” framework as a means for increasing student engagement.
- Provide teachers with engagement professional development with a focus on Total Participation Techniques (TPT) and “The Ripple” framework