2022-2023 ESSER III/School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2022-2023

  • Rose Hill Elementary School

  • Region 3

  • Dawn Hendrick, Principal  

Strategic Goal 1: Wellness Goal

By June 2023, 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: Implement all components of Morning Meeting & Closing Circle with fidelity.

Strategy 2: Integrate all of CASEL's 3 Signature Practices school wide with students, adults, and families with fidelity. 

Strategy 3: Use the mental wellness team (school counselor, psychologist, and social worker) to support Tier 2 & 3 SEL needs as identified through the MTSS team. 

Strategic Goal 2: Reading

By June 2023, 100% of Rose Hill students will make at least one year's growth on the iReady assessment.

Strategy 1: Shift 2: From limited & incidental to universal systematic & explicit word recognition instruction.

Use evidence-based literacy practices to explicitly and systematically teach the skills necessary for fluency word reading in the core language arts block.

Strategy 2: Shift 6: From classroom-based, eclectic remediation to a system for evidence-based intervention.

Use evidence-based intervention resources aligned to the Science of Reading to provide literacy intervention.

Strategic Goal 3: Mathematics

By June 2023, 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 and iReady.

Strategy 1: Shift 6: From teaching so that students replicate procedures toward teaching so that students select efficient strategies.

Provide time for students to engage with mathematical problems, develop flexibility by encouraging student selection and use of efficient strategies.

Strategy 2: Shift 8: From look at correct answers toward looking for students' thinking.

Identify specific strategies or representations that are important to notice based on the learning intentions and strategically uses observations, student responses to questions, and written work to determine what students understand.

Strategic Goal 4: Portrait of a Graduate

By June 2023, 100% of students in Grades K-6 will show growth as a Communicator using POG self-reflections scored with the reflection on POG skill use rubric given at the beginning of the year and the end of the year.

Strategy 1: Staff will design and implement learning opportunities for students to engage in critical thinking through communication and collaboration.