School Improvement Plan


  • Oak Harbor Public Schools
    Learning for Life
    Olympic View Elementary
    School Improvement Plan 2018-19

     
    Section 1: Annual Goals 

    Reading Goal: 80% or more of Olympic View students in grades 3 and 4 will score at or above the
    benchmark level on the end of the year Dibels assessment.

    Math Goal: 80% or more of the Olympic View students in grades 3 and 4 will score at or above the
    benchmark level on end of the year STAR math assessment.

    Instructional Improvement Goal: All instructional staff will demonstrate Proficiency in the Seven
    Indicators of Classroom Environment and Culture

     

    Section 2: Action Plan

    Reading Goal: 80% or more of Olympic View students in grades 3 and 4 will score at or above the
    benchmark level on the end of the year Dibels assessment.
    Strategies to leverage district-support initiative(s) to support your school’s reading goal:
    ▪ Storytown instruction for all students at Core level for 60 minutes a day
    ▪ Differentiated classroom instruction for all students for an additional 30 minutes a day
    ▪ Use of LLI materials for Intensive students for an additional 30 minutes a day
    ▪ David Matteson writing curriculum practice daily
    ▪ SBA ELA task practice for all students in grades 3 and 4.
    ▪ Integration of Social Studies and science curricula
     Monitoring tools and targets, if applicable:
    ▪ Dibels progress monitoring every 6 weeks for Title/Lap students
    ▪ Storytown assessments
    ▪ LLI assessments
    ▪ Star Reading assessment

    Target Implementation and Completion Dates:
    ▪ Baseline assessments in September
    ▪ End of Year assessments in May-June


    Math Goal: 80% or more of Olympic View students in grades 3 and 4 will score at or above the
    benchmark level on end of the year STAR math assessments.
    Strategies to leverage district-support initiative(s) to support your school’s math goal:
    ▪ Math Expressions instruction CCSS integration for all students daily.
    ▪ Math Triumphs curriculum for special education students daily
    ▪ SBA math task practice for all students in grades 3 and 4.
    ▪ Use of Dreambox math for Title math students daily
    Monitoring tools and targets, if applicable:
    ▪ STAR math testing in September, January and June
    ▪ Classroom based assessments
    ▪ Math Expressions assessments
    ▪ Dreambox math
    Target Implementation and Completion Dates:
    ▪ Baseline assessments in September
    ▪ End of year assessments in June

     

    Instructional Goal: All teaching staff will demonstrate proficiency on their final evaluation in
    the seven indicators of The 5 D criterion “Classroom Environment and Culture”
    Strategies that leverage district-support initiative(s) to support your school’s instructional
    goal:
    ▪ School wide PBIS behavior expectations taught and reinforced
    ▪ Classroom PBIS routines and behavior expectations taught and reinforced
    ▪ Use of positive behavior interventions at a ratio of at least 4 to 1
    ▪ Use of social thinking curriculum at primary level


    Monitoring tools and targets, if applicable:
    ▪ Teacher observation data collected by Principal
    ▪ Walkthrough data collected by Principal
    ▪ Staff self assessment during PLC PBIS trainings
    Target Implementation and Completion Dates:
    ▪ Trainings in Fall 2018
    ▪ Teacher evaluation in Spring 2019