School Innovation & Improvement Plan

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

2019-2020 | Saratoga Elementary School | Region 3 | Amy Miller, Principal  

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Culture & Environment

By June of 2020, 50% of parents will complete the family engagement survey, 100% of 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade students will complete the student survey, and 100% of staff will complete the working conditions survey to assess the perception of Saratoga as safe, welcoming, and accepting of differences.

Strategy 1

Solicit feedback from the Saratoga community in a variety of ways and throughout the year.

Strategy 2

Increase family involvement by establishing a Parent Advisory Council and implementing grade level communication plans.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Portrait of a Graduate

By June 2020, all students will grow in one or more skills of Ethical and Global Citizen as measured by student self assessments and teacher anecdotal notes.

Strategy 1

Teachers will plan and implement POG aligned instruction and measurement focused on identified Ethical and Global Citizen Skills.

Strategy 2

Teachers will use Portrait of a Graduate resources, mentor texts, anchor charts, etc. to introduce, teach, and implement selected school wide ethical and global citizen skills.

Strategy 3

Positive Behavior Approach committee will unpack Portrait of a Graduate skills and create looks like/sounds like behaviors in common areas of the school.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Academics

By June 2020, increase the accreditation pass rate to 90% in the areas of Reading, Math, and Science as measured by the SOL.

Strategy 1

Teachers will engage in professional learning focused on Team Facilitator skills to support the grade level collaboration in all four content areas.

Strategy 2

Teachers will engage in Multi-Tiered Systems of Support discussions on a monthly basis to identify students for intervention and will implement interventions to meet the individual needs of students.

Strategy 3

All instructional staff will participate in Portrait of a Graduate professional learning.