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  • Victoria Independent School District

    O'Connor Elementary

    2019-2020

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  • Mission StatementThe Mission Statement for O'Connor Elementary is Achieving Excellence for All in a Safe, Nurturing, Academically Rigorous

    Environment.

    VisionAchieving Excellence for All through positive expectations and actions.

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  • Table of Contents

    Goals 4Goal 1: O'Connor will provide effective instructional leaders with clear roles and responsibilities. 4Goal 2: O'Connor Elementary will recruit, develop, and retain highly effective school leaders, teachers, and staff which reflect the rich diversity of thestudents it serves. 8Goal 3: O'Connor Elementary will provide learning environments and structures designed to promote a physical, emotional, and cultural focus on,safety, wellness, and order. 12Goal 4: O'Connor Elementary will relentlessly pursue an ownership mindset with families and the community to foster shared responsibility forstudent achievement. 16Goal 5: O'Connor Elementary will maintain rigorous standards of academic achievement to prepare 21st century learners for graduation and post-secondary success. 17

    Comprehensive Support Strategies 22

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  • Goals

    Goal 1: O'Connor will provide effective instructional leaders with clear roles and responsibilities.

    Performance Objective 1: Campus Instructional Leaders will have clear, written, transparent roles and responsibilities, and core leadership tasks arescheduled weekly on digital calendar.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 1: Written roles and responsibilitiesAgendas and sign in sheets

    Summative Evaluation 1:

    Targeted or ESF High Priority

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    Comprehensive Support StrategyAdditional Targeted Support Strategy

    TEA PrioritiesRecruit, support, retain teachers and principals

    Improve low-performing schoolsESF Levers

    Lever 1: Strong School Leadership and PlanningLever 2: Effective, Well-Supported Teachers

    Lever 3: Positive School CultureLever 5: Effective Instruction

    Strategy AimsAIM 2 AIM 3 AIM 4 AIM 5 AIM 6

    1) Develop clear written roles andresponsibilities for our leadership team.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 Administrators.InstructionalCoaches, Counselor,Librarian

    Leaders will share the campus scheduledresponsibilities.

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  • Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    TEA PrioritiesRecruit, support, retain teachers and principals

    Improve low-performing schoolsESF Levers

    Lever 1: Strong School Leadership and PlanningLever 2: Effective, Well-Supported Teachers

    Lever 3: Positive School CultureLever 4: High-Quality Curriculum

    Lever 5: Effective InstructionStrategy Aims

    AIM 1 AIM 2 AIM 4 AIM 5 AIM 6 AIM 7

    2) O'Connor Leadership will hold plannedweekly scheduled meetings.

    2.5, 2.6, 3.2 Administrators,InstructionalCoaches,Counselor,Librarian

    Leadership time will be set aside weekly to planeffective strategies to support teachers, parents,and students.

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 1: O'Connor will provide effective instructional leaders with clear roles and responsibilities.

    Performance Objective 2: Campus Instructional Leaders meet on a weekly basis to focus on student progress and formative data.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 2: Leadership Meeting Agendas and Sign in SheetsWeekly PLC Agendas and Sign in Sheets

    Summative Evaluation 2:

    Targeted or ESF High Priority

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    TEA PrioritiesRecruit, support, retain teachers and principals

    Build a foundation of reading and mathConnect high school to career and college

    Improve low-performing schoolsESF Levers

    Lever 1: Strong School Leadership and PlanningLever 2: Effective, Well-Supported Teachers

    Lever 4: High-Quality CurriculumLever 5: Effective Instruction

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 2 AIM 3 AIM 4 AIM 5 AIM 6 AIM 7

    1) Instructional leaders will focus on student dataand create targeted plans based on student need.Student learning objectives will be tracked in bothReading and Math PK-5th grade.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 Administrators,InstructionalCoaches,Counselor, andLibrarian

    Allows time for leadership to target student progressso that students can excel in targeted objectives.

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 1: O'Connor will provide effective instructional leaders with clear roles and responsibilities.

    Performance Objective 3: Principal improves campus leaders through regularly scheduled, job-embedded professional development consistent with bestpractices for adult learning, deliberate modeling, and observation and feedback cycles.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 3: Faculty Meeting Professional Development AgendasInstructional Coaches coaching and feedback teacher support forms.Professional Development Agenda with teacher sign inTeacher Professional Development logs - Eduphoria Strive

    Summative Evaluation 3:

    Targeted or ESF High Priority

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    TEA PrioritiesRecruit, support, retain teachers and principals

    Build a foundation of reading and mathImprove low-performing schools

    ESF LeversLever 2: Effective, Well-Supported Teachers

    Lever 3: Positive School CultureLever 4: High-Quality Curriculum

    Lever 5: Effective InstructionStrategy Aims

    AIM 1 AIM 2 AIM 3 AIM 4 AIM 5 AIM 6

    1) Develop a calendar that allows core leadershipobservations and specific lesson plan review tofocus on teacher development.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 Administrators,InstructionalCoaches

    Improved teacher communication that results ineffective planning, instructional Tier 1 delivery, andclassroom management.

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 2: O'Connor Elementary will recruit, develop, and retain highly effective school leaders, teachers,and staff which reflect the rich diversity of the students it serves.

    Performance Objective 1: Campus leaders implement targeted and personalized strategies to retain high-performing staff.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 1: Instructional Coaches "Get Better Faster" coaching and modeling logs with key teachers.Eduphoria Walk Through/Glow Grow Conferences DocumentsProfessional Development Agendas and sign insTeacher observations of colleagues with follow up reflection.

    Summative Evaluation 1:

    Targeted or ESF High Priority

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    Comprehensive Support StrategyAdditional Targeted Support Strategy

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 2 AIM 4 AIM 6 AIM 7

    1) Parent Liaison will monitor campus studentattendance daily. Edulink calls will be deliveredby 8:30 each morning for students who areabsent from school.Personal phone calls will be made to parents ofstudents that are absent.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6, 3.1,3.2

    Parent LiaisonClassroomTeachers

    Increase student attendance.Increase instructional time for students byimproving attendance.

    Funding Sources: 211 - Title I, Part A - 0.00

    Comprehensive Support StrategyAdditional Targeted Support Strategy

    TEA PrioritiesImprove low-performing schools

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 4 AIM 5 AIM 6 AIM 7

    2) Classroom teachers and grade level teams willdevelop Attendance Incentive Plans for theirclass and grade level to increase awareness aboutthe importance of attendance.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 TeachersParent Liaisons

    Student attendance will increase.

    Funding Sources: 199 - Local Funds - 0.00

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  • Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    Comprehensive Support StrategyAdditional Targeted Support Strategy

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 2 AIM 6 AIM 7

    3) Monthly attendance celebrations will be heldfor students who have Perfect Attendance.

    2.4 AdministratorsTeachers

    Promote an increase in student attendance ingrades PK-5.

    Funding Sources: 199 - Local Funds - 0.00, 211 - Title I, Part A - 0.00

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 2: O'Connor Elementary will recruit, develop, and retain highly effective school leaders, teachers, and staff which reflect the rich diversity of thestudents it serves.

    Performance Objective 2: Teacher placements are strategic based on student need and teacher strengths.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 2: Master Faculty RosterDepartmentalization based on teacher academic strengths.Team teaching based on curricular strengths.

    Summative Evaluation 2:

    Targeted or ESF High Priority

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    TEA PrioritiesRecruit, support, retain teachers and principals

    Build a foundation of reading and mathImprove low-performing schools

    ESF LeversLever 1: Strong School Leadership and Planning

    Lever 2: Effective, Well-Supported TeachersLever 5: Effective Instruction

    Strategy AimsAIM 4 AIM 5

    1) Campus leaders will utilize the teacher supporttier roster and performance data to make data drivendecisions for placement of teachers in specificcontent areas.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 CampusAdministratorsICs

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 2: O'Connor Elementary will recruit, develop, and retain highly effective school leaders, teachers, and staff which reflect the rich diversity of thestudents it serves.

    Performance Objective 3: Preferred substitutes are recruited, retained, and supported.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 3: Frontline Education sub log.

    Summative Evaluation 3:

    Targeted or ESF High Priority

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    TEA PrioritiesRecruit, support, retain teachers and principals

    ESF LeversLever 1: Strong School Leadership and Planning

    Lever 2: Effective, Well-Supported TeachersLever 5: Effective Instruction

    Strategy AimsAIM 4 AIM 5 AIM 7

    1) Campus clerk and secretary will utilize sub finderto recruit quality substitute teachers for the campus.

    2.6, 3.2 Campusadministratorsecretaryclerkparent liaison

    O'Connor Elementary will recruit quality substituteteachers to deliver effective instruction.

    TEA PrioritiesRecruit, support, retain teachers and principals

    Improve low-performing schoolsESF Levers

    Lever 1: Strong School Leadership and PlanningLever 2: Effective, Well-Supported Teachers

    Lever 5: Effective InstructionStrategy Aims

    AIM 4 AIM 5 AIM 7

    2) Service Club will provide welcome bags to eachsubstitute as a "thank you."

    Counselor O'Connor will recruit and retain campus substitutesto create a pool of efficient and reliable substitutes.

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 3: O'Connor Elementary will provide learning environments and structures designed to promote aphysical, emotional, and cultural focus on, safety, wellness, and order.

    Performance Objective 1: Campus practices and policies demonstrate high expectations and shared ownership for student success.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 1: PLC Agendas and Sign In SheetsMonthly walk through template for Leadership Team to visit all classrooms weekly.

    Summative Evaluation 1:

    Targeted or ESF High Priority

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    Comprehensive Support StrategyAdditional Targeted Support Strategy

    TEA PrioritiesBuild a foundation of reading and math

    Improve low-performing schoolsESF Levers

    Lever 1: Strong School Leadership and PlanningLever 4: High-Quality Curriculum

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 3 AIM 4 AIM 7

    1) Students in grades K-5 track individualprogress in attendance, conduct and academicsuccess in their quality tools folders.

    Teachers will monitor student progress in allonline programs, pull data reports and consultwith parents and students about progress.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 AdministratorsInstructionalCoachesTeachers

    All stakeholders, including students, will be awareof their individual achievement, goal, andprogress and work to promote one year's worth ofgrowth.

    Funding Sources: 199 - Local Funds - 0.00, 211 - Title I, Part A - 0.00

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  • Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    Comprehensive Support StrategyAdditional Targeted Support Strategy

    TEA PrioritiesBuild a foundation of reading and math

    Improve low-performing schoolsStrategy Aims

    AIM 1 AIM 3 AIM 4

    2) Students in grades 1-5 will actively participatein the AR reading program and track andmonitor progress toward goal in Quality Tools.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 Teachers InstructionalCoachesLibrarian

    Promote and encourage reading for pleasure andfor a purpose. Increase motivation to read throughreading incentives, increase comprehension andfluency through post reading assessments.

    Problem Statements: Student Academic Achievement 2Funding Sources: 199 - Local Funds - 0.00, 211 - Title I, Part A - 0.00

    Comprehensive Support StrategyAdditional Targeted Support Strategy

    TEA PrioritiesRecruit, support, retain teachers and principals

    Build a foundation of reading and mathImprove low-performing schools

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 3 AIM 4

    3) Students in grades K,1, and 2 will follow andtrack the district scope and sequence for learninginstant word recognition words.

    2.4, 2.6 TeachersInstructionalCoaches

    Students become proficient furthermoreincreasing their reading fluency and readinglevels.

    Problem Statements: Student Academic Achievement 2

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  • Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    Comprehensive Support StrategyTargeted Support Strategy

    Additional Targeted Support StrategyTEA Priorities

    Build a foundation of reading and mathImprove low-performing schools

    ESF LeversLever 1: Strong School Leadership and Planning

    Lever 3: Positive School CultureStrategy Aims

    AIM 1 AIM 3 AIM 4 AIM 6 AIM 7

    4) All parents will be given at home access toImagine Learning, AR, and Studies Weeklyprograms, in order to monitor their student'sprogress.Campus information will be communicated toparents via the Remind App, Edulink phonecalls, and reminders printed on montly studentfolders.

    2.5, 2.6, 3.1 TeacherInstructionalCoachesAdministrators

    Involving parents and giving them needinformation will promote a since of ownership toall parents.

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

    Performance Objective 1 Problem Statements:

    Student Academic AchievementProblem Statement 2: On the 2019 Reading STAAR test, 55% of 3rd-5th grade students met the approaches level. Root Cause 2: Differentiated small group instruction to improvestudent reading skills was not consistently utilized effectively in grades 1 - 5.

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  • Goal 3: O'Connor Elementary will provide learning environments and structures designed to promote a physical, emotional, and cultural focus on, safety,wellness, and order.

    Performance Objective 2: All staff and students are taught, practice, and reinforce behavioral expectations with a common language.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 2: Frog Five - Posted in All Classrooms and recited daily on announcements.Monthly Campus Wide Behavior Calendars

    Summative Evaluation 2:

    Targeted or ESF High Priority

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    TEA PrioritiesImprove low-performing schools

    ESF LeversLever 1: Strong School Leadership and Planning

    Lever 3: Positive School CultureStrategy Aims

    AIM 1 AIM 2 AIM 4

    1) Every morning the Frog 5 rules are recited onthe morning announcements , as well asdisplayed in all classrooms and common areas. Monthly student behavior calendars are senthome with Frog 5 rules .

    2.4, 2.5 Campus LeadersTeachers

    Students will be able to recite Frog 5 rules bymemory as well as understand what they mean.

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 4: O'Connor Elementary will relentlessly pursue an ownership mindset with families and thecommunity to foster shared responsibility for student achievement.

    Performance Objective 1: O'Connor Elementary will work with our parents and community to share academic learning and expectations.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 1: Parent letters

    Summative Evaluation 1:

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    TEA PrioritiesBuild a foundation of reading and math

    Improve low-performing schoolsESF Levers

    Lever 3: Positive School CultureLever 5: Effective Instruction

    Strategy AimsAIM 2 AIM 3 AIM 7

    1) O'Connor invites parents to be involved intheir child's learning through several venues suchas academic family events , classroomvolunteers, campus volunteers, and PTO.

    2.6, 3.1, 3.2 TeachersAdministratorsInstructionalCoachesParent LiaisonPTO officers

    We want to increase parental involvement on ourcampus as well as their participation in theirchild's learning.

    Funding Sources: 211 - Title I, Part A - 0.00

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 5: O'Connor Elementary will maintain rigorous standards of academic achievement to prepare 21stcentury learners for graduation and post-secondary success.

    Performance Objective 1: The number of students in grades K - 5th who meet the grade level Accelerated Reading goal will increase by 9%, from 16% to25% in 2019 - 2020.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 1: Accelerated Reading Program

    Summative Evaluation 1:

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    Comprehensive Support StrategyTargeted Support Strategy

    Additional Targeted Support StrategyTEA Priorities

    Build a foundation of reading and mathImprove low-performing schools

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 3 AIM 4

    1) Students who meet their grade level end ofyear AR goal will participate in a Water DayCelebration.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 TeachersELARInstructionalCoachLibrarian

    Students who meet their end of year AcceleratedReader goal will increase by 9% from 2018 -2019.

    TEA PrioritiesBuild a foundation of reading and math

    2) 100% of teachers will track data monthlyusing the Accelerated Reader student progressreports and record the data on the A.R. logintracking sheet in the student Quality Toolsfolders.

    2.5, 2.6, 3.1 Administrators,InstructionalCoaches,TeachersLibrarian

    All stakeholders, including students will be awareof their individual reading achievement, goal, andprogress and work to promote and achieve theiryearly AR Goal.

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  • Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    Comprehensive Support StrategyTargeted Support Strategy

    Additional Targeted Support StrategyTEA Priorities

    Build a foundation of reading and mathImprove low-performing schools

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 4

    3) Student's overall reading level will show oneyear's growth.

    2.4, 2.6 TeachersInstructionalCoachesAdministrators

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 5: O'Connor Elementary will maintain rigorous standards of academic achievement to prepare 21st century learners for graduation and post-secondarysuccess.

    Performance Objective 2:70% of students at O'Connor in grades PK-2 will show one year's growth in reading levels as measured by Imagine Literacy

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 2: Imagine Learning Literacy Data

    Summative Evaluation 2:

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    TEA PrioritiesBuild a foundation of reading and math

    1) Students will access Imagine Literacy oncampus and from home to increase their readinglevels.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 ELARInstructionalCoach,Teachers,Parents

    Students will become proficient in the ImagineLiteracy program and will show a year's growthprogress in reading.

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 5: O'Connor Elementary will maintain rigorous standards of academic achievement to prepare 21st century learners for graduation and post-secondarysuccess.

    Performance Objective 3: Student Meeting Standard on the STAAR Math Assessment in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades will increase from 26% to 31% in the2019-2020 school year.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 3: 2020 STAAR Math Data

    Summative Evaluation 3:

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    TEA PrioritiesBuild a foundation of reading and math

    Improve low-performing schoolsESF Levers

    Lever 4: High-Quality CurriculumLever 5: Effective Instruction

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 3 AIM 5 AIM 6

    1) 100% of parents will be provided informationregarding the Imagine Learning Math logins andtracking information to help their Kinder-5thstudents at home.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 Administrators,InstructionalCoaches,Classroomteachers

    Increased Student Achievment

    TEA PrioritiesBuild a foundation of reading and math

    Improve low-performing schoolsESF Levers

    Lever 4: High-Quality CurriculumLever 5: Effective Instruction

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 4

    2) 100% of 1st -5th grade classrooms use targetmath in the classroom to spiral taught lessonsthroughout the year.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 Administrators,InstructionalCoaches,Classroomteachers

    Using Target Math spiral review daily increasesretention of taught lessons.

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Goal 5: O'Connor Elementary will maintain rigorous standards of academic achievement to prepare 21st century learners for graduation and post-secondarysuccess.

    Performance Objective 4: Students who score on the meets level on the 5th grade Science assessment will increase from 15% to 20% on the 2019-2020test.

    Evaluation Data Source(s) 4: 2020 STAAR Science Data

    Summative Evaluation 4:

    Strategy Description ELEMENTS Monitor Strategy's Expected Result/ImpactReviews

    Formative SummativeOct Jan Mar June

    TEA PrioritiesConnect high school to career and college

    Improve low-performing schoolsESF Levers

    Lever 4: High-Quality CurriculumLever 5: Effective Instruction

    Strategy AimsAIM 1 AIM 3 AIM 4 AIM 5

    1) As a campus we would create an updated sciencelab that all classes would rotate through every week.A science lab paraprofessional would giveinstructional to students during block classes.

    2.4, 2.5, 2.6 Science LabparaprofessionalAdministratorInstructionalCoachTeachers

    Students will have weekly opportunities to learnthrough hands on science lessons.

    = Accomplished = Continue/Modify = No Progress = Discontinue

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  • Comprehensive Support Strategies

    Goal Objective Strategy Description1 1 1 Develop clear written roles and responsibilities for our leadership team.

    2 1 1 Parent Liaison will monitor campus student attendance daily. Edulink calls will be delivered by 8:30 each morning for studentswho are absent from school. Personal phone calls will be made to parents of students that are absent.

    2 1 2 Classroom teachers and grade level teams will develop Attendance Incentive Plans for their class and grade level to increaseawareness about the importance of attendance.2 1 3 Monthly attendance celebrations will be held for students who have Perfect Attendance.

    3 1 1Students in grades K-5 track individual progress in attendance, conduct and academic success in their quality tools folders.Teachers will monitor student progress in all online programs, pull data reports and consult with parents and students aboutprogress.

    3 1 2 Students in grades 1-5 will actively participate in the AR reading program and track and monitor progress toward goal inQuality Tools.3 1 3 Students in grades K,1, and 2 will follow and track the district scope and sequence for learning instant word recognition words.

    3 1 4All parents will be given at home access to Imagine Learning, AR, and Studies Weekly programs, in order to monitor theirstudent's progress. Campus information will be communicated to parents via the Remind App, Edulink phone calls, andreminders printed on montly student folders.

    5 1 1 Students who meet their grade level end of year AR goal will participate in a Water Day Celebration.5 1 3 Student's overall reading level will show one year's growth.

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    GoalsGoal 1: O'Connor will provide effective instructional leaders with clear roles and responsibilities.Goal 2: O'Connor Elementary will recruit, develop, and retain highly effective school leaders, teachers, and staff which reflect the rich diversity of the students it serves.Goal 3: O'Connor Elementary will provide learning environments and structures designed to promote a physical, emotional, and cultural focus on, safety, wellness, and order.Goal 4: O'Connor Elementary will relentlessly pursue an ownership mindset with families and the community to foster shared responsibility for student achievement.Goal 5: O'Connor Elementary will maintain rigorous standards of academic achievement to prepare 21st century learners for graduation and post-secondary success.

    Comprehensive Support Strategies