School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2018-2019

  • Orange Hunt Elementary School

  • Region 4

  • Karen Tuttle, Principal

 

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Mathematics

  • Our students will demonstrate proficiency with math concepts and skills whereby 100% of students in Grades K-6 will show growth according to the Performance Assessment Rubric (at least one rubric point) in the area of Number Sense by June 2019.  
  • Special Education Math Goal: Our students will demonstrate proficiency with math concepts and skills whereby 100% of students in Grades K-6 will show growth according to the Performance Assessment Rubric (at least one rubric point) in the area of Number Sense by June 2019.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Reading

  • Our students will demonstrate proficiency with reading skills and comprehension whereby 90% of students in Grades 3-6 will achieve a passing score on the Reading SOL in June 2019.  
  • Our students will demonstrate sufficient growth with reading decoding, fluency and comprehension whereby 100% of students in Grades K-2 will achieve at least one year’s growth on the DRA2/DRA Progress Monitoring/iReady in May/June 2019.  
  • Special Education Reading Goal: Our students with Reading decoding deficits will progress from intensive to strategic level in their target area as determined by the core phonics survey given Fall 2018.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Portrait of a Graduate Skills, Strategies & Mindsets

  • Goal Directed & Resilient Individual Goal: Our students will demonstrate sufficient growth in understanding of mindfulness and self-awareness in order to identify coping skills and/or strategies when they encounter challenges. By June 2019, 80% (adjusted with baseline data) students in grades 3-6 will show appropriate growth using the student survey.  
  • Critical and Creative Thinker Goal: Our students in grades K-6 will demonstrate critical and creative thinking skills by participating in Project Based Learning opportunities at least twice during the year.