2023-2024 SIIP At-a-Glance
Outcome goals for this academic school year
School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance
Rose Hill Elementary School
Rachal Edwards, Principal
Strategic Goal 1: English Language Arts
Outcome: Ensure students are making sufficient progress to be on grade level in English Language Arts.
Goal: By June 2024, the percentage of ELs and SWDs in grades K-3 meeting the Spring reading benchmark as measured by the LLS/PALS/iReady will increase by at least 5 percentage points. (ELs will finish the year with or at least 40% and SWD will finish the year with or at least 42%)
Strategy 1: Increase intentional use of scaffolds, supports and extensions in whole group settings (word recognition, language comprehension, and writing.)
Strategy 2: Increase use of data (e.g., iReady, CORE, PASS, PRF, WIDA) to plan instruction and monitor progress for students demonstrating risk.
Strategic Goal 2: Mathematics
Outcome: Ensure students are making sufficient progress to be on grade level in Mathematics.
Goal: By June 2024, the percentage of ELs and SWDs meeting the Spring math screener benchmark as measured by EMAS/iReady will increase by at least 5 percentage points. (26% ELs, 32% SWD)
Strategy 1: Increase teacher implementation of explicit instruction and other components of effective mathematics intervention.
Strategy 2: Use conversation structure to increase academic talk between students.
Strategic Goal 3: Science
Outcome: Ensure students in 5th Grade are making sufficient progress to be on grade level in Science.
Goal: 70% of students in fifth grade will pass the Spring 2024 Science SOL.
Strategy 1: Ensure 4th and 5th grade science instructional time is uninterrupted during the school year.
Strategy 2: 4th and 5th grade teams will recieve professional learning implementing lessons incorporating the 5 E's (Engage, Explore, Explain, Elaborate, Extend)
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.