School Improvement Plan (SIP)


Springville Elementary School Improvement Plan

2017-2018

 

ACHIEVEMENT AREA

2017-18 GROWTH GOAL

ELA

  • Summative State Assessment Goal (NSCAS growth goal): 5% of students meeting or exceeding proficiency on state assessment (NSCAS-ELA revised in 2016-2017 due to the new College and Career Ready ELA standards. 2016-2017 served as the baseline year for this assessment.)

  • Interim District Assessment Goal (MAP growth goal): Students at each grade level will demonstrate positive growth on NWEA-MAP from fall to spring (based on RIT). Collect baseline data.

Math

  • Summative State Assessment Goal NSCAS growth goal): 5% of students meeting or exceeding proficiency on state assessment (Note: This will be baseline data due to the revised, 2017-2018 state assessment covering new College and Career Ready Standards for Math.)

  • Interim District Assessment Goal (MAP growth goal): Students at each grade level will demonstrate positive growth on NWEA-MAP from fall to spring (based on RIT). Collect baseline data. 

 

Science

  • Summative State Assessment Goal NSCAS growth goal): 5% of students meeting or exceeding proficiency on state assessment 

  • Interim District Assessment Goal (MAP growth goal): Students at each grade level will demonstrate positive growth on NWEA-MAP from fall to spring (based on RIT). Collect baseline data.

 

Wellness

Focus: Nutrition, Nutrition Education, Physical Activity, School-Based Activity

  • Nutrition Strategy: Through health lessons with students in grades 2-5, students will identify food categories, compile healthy meal menus and compare healthy/unhealthy snacks.

  • Nutrition Education Strategy: Through health lessons with students in grades 2-5, students will explain the benefits of healthy eating.

  • Physical Activity Strategy: Through health lessons with students in grades 2-5, students will identify and describe appropriate physical activities

  • School-Based Activity Strategy: Springville will participate in healthy fundraising activities (Fun Run), offer healthy snack options at events, provide opportunities for students to participate in healthy activities (Walking Club), and support recess and physical education activities.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Instructional Target: Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum

A guaranteed and viable curriculum ensures that students receive the same content in a course or grade regardless of which school they attend or who they have for a teacher. Through lesson planning discussions in grade level meetings staff will discuss and monitor common curriculum with adherence to the district pacing guide. Learning targets will be displayed and referred to during instruction.

 

The full School Improvement Plan may be accessed (as a PDF document) above, right.