2021-2022 ESSER III/School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2021-2022

  • Rose Hill Elementary School

  • Region 3

  • Dawn Hendrick, Principal  

Strategic Goal 1: Caring Culture

By the end of school year 2021-22, 100% of students will move at least one level up (from not, slightly, somewhat, or quite) in supportive relationships and a sense of belonging in school, as measured by the SEL Student Check-In Survey.  Students who already feel extremely connected and a full sense of belonging will continue to indicate that.

Strategy 1: Through schoolwide SEL, we will create an equitable learning environment that empowers all students to achieve their potential.

Strategy 2: Teachers will intentionally check in with students about their Social Emotional well-being.

Strategic Goal 2: Reading

By June 2022, 100% of students at Rose Hill will  be at benchmark or make at least one year’s worth of growth as measured by the DRA2 (K-3) or Fountas and Pinnell Benchmark Assessment (4-6).

Strategy 1: Teachers will examine formative data to describe students strengths and opportunities for growth.

Strategy 2: Teachers will plan meaningful and authentic experiences utilizing all components of the workshop.

Strategy 3: Teachers will engage in professional development throughout the year to strengthen their understanding of foundational literacy skills.

Strategic Goal 3: Mathematics

By June 2022, 100% of students at Rose Hill will make at least one level of growth within the content emphases of mathematics as measured by our common formative assessments, iReady, and VGA. 

Strategy 1: Teachers will examine common formative data to describe students strengths and opportunities for growth.

Strategy 2: Teachers will plan meaningful and authentic experiences utilizing all components of the workshop.

Strategic Goal 4: Access & Opportunity

By June 2022, 100% of students at Rose Hill will receive instructional experiences in the AAP curriculum at least once a quarter as measured by a quarterly teacher survey. 

Strategy 1: Increase knowledge and implementation of the AAP resources in order to enrich tier 1 instruction in all classrooms K-6. 

Strategy 2: Teachers will examine common formative data to describe students strengths and opportunities for growth.