School Improvement Plan 2019-2020


Pioneer Elementary SIP Plan 2019-2020

School Demographics

  • 571 students PreK to 5th grade

  • 31 Teachers

  • 1:21 Student to teacher ratio

  • 68% free and reduced lunch

  • 08% Homeless

  • 15% Sped

  • 2.5% 504

Academic achievement

  • 38.8% met math standards

  • 47.8% met ELA standards

  • 33.0% met Science standard

Discipline

  • 7.4% of students are suspended

Attendance

  • 75.1% attendance rate





(PLAN)

School-wide Goal Area:

Instruction

SMART Goal:

The percent of all students achieving ELA proficiency will increase.

Kindergarten-*Not assessed yet

First Grade-41% to 45% on DIBELs (Oral Reading Fluency)

Second Grade-57% to 62% on DIBEls (Oral Reading Fluency)

Third Grade-41% to 46% on the SBAC ELA assessment.

Fourth Grade-52% to 57% on the SBAC ELA assessment.

Fifth Grade-51% to 56% on the SBAC ELA assessment.


The percent of all students achieving math proficiency will increase.

Kindergarten-*Not assessed yet

First Grade-16% to 21% on the I-Ready benchmark assessment.

Second Grade-38% to 43% on the I-Ready benchmark assessment.

Third Grade-35% to 40% on the SBAC Math assessment.

Fourth Grade-53% to 58% on the SBAC Math assessment.

Fifth Grade-29% to 34% on the SBAC Math assessment.

Supporting Data:

  • Progress monitoring

  • Formative and summative assessments (Reach and Ready)

  • Interim SBAC assessments


(DO)

Action Steps for Achieving the Goal

Resources

(A=Available

N=Needed)

Responsibility

Evidence of Implementation

Monitoring Effectiveness

(STUDY)

Next Steps

(ACT)

We will meet in Professional Learning Communities (PLC) at least once per month to review student assessment scores, progress monitoring, and RTI groupings.

A=PLC time calendared

A=PLC recording sheet

N=Teacher time with intervention providers

All Staff

-Completed PLC forms for each calendared PLC time

-RTI Groupings at each grade level

Monthly through building leadership meetings

Review progress monthly by BLT team

We will utilize binders as an organizational tool school-wide.

A=AVID Supplies purchased for students

N=AVID Training for staff

Teachers

-Grade level reflections on binder use.

-Binder organization lessons documented in teacher lesson plans

Monthly through building AVID meetings

Review progress monthly by the AVID site team

RTI groups daily

A=three times a year assessments

A=Progress monitoring

A=once a month PLC time to review students progress

Teachers

-Student growth on progress monitoring


Monthly through grade level PLC meeting


Review progress monthly by BLT team


(PLAN)

School-wide Goal Area:

Leadership

SMART Goal:

We will use our professional development to support student achievement through twice a month Professional Learning Community meetings.

Supporting Data:

  • Reading data (DIBELS, DDS, MDS, Reach)

  • Math data (Ready, I-Ready, Reflex)

  • Individual student attendance data (Skyward)

  • Individual student discipline data (Skyward)


(DO)

Action Steps for Achieving the Goal

Resources

(A=Available

N=Needed)

Responsibility

Evidence of Implementation

Monitoring Effectiveness

(STUDY)

Next Steps

(ACT)

Analyze reading and math data at least three times a year as a grade level team and as a building leadership team

A-I-Ready

A-State SBAC assessment data

A-DIBELS

A-DDS, MDS

A-Reach formative and summative assessments

Grade level PLC’s

Building leadership team

LAP/Title teacher


-Title and LAP will monitor progress

-Building leadership team will look at the data

-Grade level PLC groups will monitor progress

-Review three times a year (September, January, June)

-Review data in monthly building leadership meetings

-Review data monthly in grade level PLCs’

Review progress monthly by BLT team

Analyze student attendance data

A-Skyward attendance reports

Grade level PLC’s

Building leadership team

LAP/Title teacher

-Title and LAP will monitor progress

-Building leadership team will look at the data

-Grade level PLC groups will monitor progress

-Review three times a year (September, January, June)

-Review data in monthly building leadership meetings

-Review data monthly in grade level PLCs’

-Weekly attendance report sent out to all elementary building staff

Review progress monthly by BLT team

Analyze individual student discipline data

A-Skyward behavior reports.

Grade level PLC’s

Building leadership team

LAP/Title teacher

-Title and LAP will monitor progress

-Building leadership team will look at the data

-Grade level PLC groups will monitor progress

-Weekly discipline report sent out to all elementary building staff

-Review data in monthly building leadership meetings

-Review data monthly in grade level PLCs’

Review progress monthly by BLT team


(PLAN)

School-wide Goal Area:

Systems

SMART Goal:

Decrease office referrals by 5% , as evidenced by the end of the year ODR (office discipline report) data from the My School Profile Dashboard.

Supporting Data:

Daily, weekly, and monthly discipline rates


(DO)

Action Steps for Achieving the Goal

Resources

(A=Available

N=Needed)

Responsibility

Evidence of Implementation

Monitoring Effectiveness

(STUDY)

Next Steps

(ACT)

We will analyze and review our data for effective implementation of our strategies by monthly data chats at PBIS and MTSS Meetings.

A=Skyward My School Data Access




Grade level PLC’s

Building leadership team

LAP/Title teacher


-Weekly snapshot of behavior referrals sent out to all elementary staff

-Reviewed by grade level PLC’s once a month

-Reviewed monthly by building leadership team

Review progress monthly by PBIS team

Implementation of Tier I PBIS behavior supports

A=SOAR Dollars

A=SOAR menus

A=School wide posters with expectations

A=MTSS Director


All staff

-Classroom SOAR Dollar Menus

-PBIS bootcamp twice a year (September, January)



-Reviewed by grade level PLC’s three times a year (September, January, May)

Review progress monthly by PBIS team


(PLAN)

School-wide Goal Area:

Culture

SMART Goal:

Engage parents of students in the educational process and planning for students through clear communication

Supporting Data:

  • Emails sent through skyward

  • Facebook/Instagram posts on school events, activities, and information related to education

  • School Messenger robo calls on important information to families


(DO)

Action Steps for Achieving the Goal

Resources

(A=Available

N=Needed)

Responsibility

Evidence of Implementation

Monitoring Effectiveness

(STUDY)

Next Steps

(ACT)

Implement email communication regarding school events, happenings, or important details.

A-Skyward email messengaging

A-School messenger robo calls

All staff


-Survey data from families in January and May

-Data from skyward or school messenger

Review data in building leadership team

Monthly on our website and social media accounts

Share school events, activities, and information on social media accounts.

A-Instagram account

A-Facebook account

A-Front counter for paper copies

A-Teacher communication tools (class dojo, remind app)

All staff

-Survey data from families in January and May

Review data in building leadership team

Monthly on our website and social media accounts