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School Improvement Plan

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2023-2024

A School Improvement Plan (SIP) or School Development Plan (SDP) is a central document used by Senior Leadership teams to map out their strategic plans for the development of their school.

Student Academic Learning: Literacy/writing

SMART Goal for Student Academic Learning: literacy/writing

By the end of SY ‘23-24, 41% of 6th grade will meet or exceed expectations on the district summative assessments in argumentative writing.

By the end of SY ‘23-24, 41% of 7th grade will meet or exceed expectations on the district summative assessments in argumentative writing.

By the end of SY ‘23-24, 43% of 8th grade will meet or exceed expectations on the district summative assessments in argumentative writing.

Specific Action Step

Timeline & Setting Point Person

Each subject area will have at least 2 formal writing tasks per quarter

Twice per quarter

in each class

Teachers

Use common language with students across all departments.

By September 26th lists will be shared

PLC Leaders

Interdisciplinary discussions across teams for commonalities.

Two team meetings per month

House Team Leaders

Use Kagan structures to support language and literacy develop.

Six times per semester

Teachers

Principals and ELA teachers will get personalized support in delivering writing instruction through coaching from The Writing Strategies Groups

Five times per year

Principals

ELA Teachers

ELA teachers will implement writers workshop 2-3 blocks per week.

Weekly

ELA Teachers

 


 

Student academic learning: Math

SMART Goal for Student academic learning: math

Spring Growth Goal: 65% of Chippewa students will meet their growth goal on MAP from Fall ‘23 - Spring ‘24.

  • In SY22-23, students at Chippewa meet their growth goals: 6th grade - 61%, 7th grade - 57%, and 8th grade - 55%.

Spring Achievement Goal: 6th grade - 68th; 7th grade - 68th; 8th grade - 72nd (Average percentile)

  • In SY22-23, this was the average percentiles for each grade level: 6th grade - 66%, 7th grade - 66%, 8th grade - 62%

Specific Action Step Timeline & Setting Point Person

Students regularly engage in independent pathway learning in iReady math to learn grade level essential math standards.

Once per week in WIN and/or math class

WIN Teachers

Math Teachers

Use Kagan structures to support math instruction.

Six times per semester

Teachers

Interdisciplinary discussions across teams for commonalities.

Two team mtgs / month

House Leaders

Teacher teams utilize Forefront to analyze student data on all math standards, targeting essential standards.

After each common assessment

Math Teachers

Teachers provide Tier 2 extra support/extended learning in a timely manner based on common assessment results to ensure students learn the essential math standards. 

After each common assessment

Math Teachers

Teachers will work with an instructional coach.

Once per year minimum

Math Teachers

 

Student social emotional well-being

SMART Goal for Student social emotional well-being

Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-Bound

By the end of the 23-24 school year, Chippewa will have Tier 1 PBIS team that is at least 90% complete on the PBIS Tier One Fidelity Inventory.

In August during the PBIS Administrator Training, Chippewa’s self assessment revealed we were 70% complete.

Specific Action Step Timeline & Setting Point Person

1.6 Discipline Policies School policies and procedures describe and emphasize proactive, instructive, and/
or restorative approaches
to student behavior that are implemented consistently.

Focus on being proactive and restorative consistently.

- Aug15 Training

- Daily

-CMS Admin

-Teachers

1.7 Professional Development A written process is used for orienting all faculty/staff on 4 core Tier I SWPBIS practices:
(a) teaching school-wide expectations, (b) acknowledging appropriate behavior, (c) correcting errors, and (d) requesting assistance. 

 

Focus on professional development and training around correcting errors and how to request assistance.

- Aug15 Training

- Monthly Staff Meetings

-CMS Admin

-PBIS Team

1.10 Faculty Involvement & 1.11 Student/ Family/ Community Involvement Faculty and stakeholders (staff, students, families, and community members) provide input on universal foundations (e.g., expectations, consequences, acknowledgements) at least every 12 months

 

Focus on ways to share data and receive input on Tier 1 actions.

- Monthly PBIS Mtgs

- Weekly Newsletter

- Monthly Staff Mtg

- Annual data share

-PBIS Team

-CMS Admin


 

The team

Team Member Name/Role    

Jackie Anderson - House Leader (6A)

Erin Shanahan - PLC Leader (6th /ELA), ELA Fac.

Jori Zepeda - House Leader (SST/SELF)

Brooke Bloomfield - House Leader (6B)

Melissa Kuczaj - PLC Leader (7th ELA)

Eric West - House Leader (Encore)

Mandii Krasinski - House Leader (6C)

Brooke Dankowski - PLC Leader (8th ELA)

Mark Pearson - House Leader (PE/Health)

Mike Addante - House Leader (7A)

Jen Mandl - PLC Leader (6th math)

Rachel Dean - SS Facilitator

Maureen Cervantes - House Leader (7B)

Grace Kachan - PLC Leader (7th Math)

Marco Becerra - EL Facilitator

Susan Dixon - House Leader (7C)

Alex Suriano - PLC Leader (8th Math)

Sara Kranz - Instructional Coach

Jincey Abraham - House Leader (8A)

Beth Donoghue - PLC Leader (6th S/SS) 

Lindsay Soltani - Instructional Coach

Erica Cohen - House Leader (8B)

Maddie Weeden - PLC Leader (7th S/SS)

Lina Salimi - Instructional Coach

Emily Arens - House Leader (8C)

Caitlin Hatta - PLC Leader (8th S/SS)

Lorence Reid - Assistant Principal

Juliana Vissering - Principal