School Improvement Plan

School Improvement Plan for the _2017-2019_Planning Cycle


LEA:   Lexington City Schools School: Charles England Elementary School

Local School Improvement  Goal: Charles England  Elementary School will increase student achievement by 10 in reading levels for first and second grade and EOG Reading and Math scores for third through fifth grade.


Strategies

Professional 

Development

Resources Required/ Budgeted

Time Line

Technology

Person(s) Responsible

Means of Evaluation


Maximize achievement in a 21st century learning environment through: 

 

Kids working in groups and improving/increasing collaboration.


Homework Help (peer tutoring or lab at end of the day).


More project based instruction with technology including more Kindle instruction instead of just practice. Ensuring it is rigorous and in depth. 1-1 technology for some grade levels.


Teachers having training and follow up on how technology is utilized in instruction delivery.


Flexible grouping with TRC data and more intense intervention






School wide steps of how to teach collaboration developed and established throughout the school.

Teach students how to become peer tutors.


Training on how to use Seesaw/Canvas-teachers, Creation Apps to display student learning.




Providing teachers with training and follow up training with technology being used.


Progress Monitoring, Data Analysis, Guided Reading Instruction







State Budget Allocations


Title One Budget Allocations 

Grant Funding






State Budget Allocation


State Budget Allocation






October 2017




January 2018



2017-2018







2017-2018




2017-2018






Canvas




To be established



Seesaw/Canvas/

Creation Apps






To be established




Google Docs 






SPMT Members




SPMT Members



GenZ training team







GenZ training team




Reading Specialist 






Teacher Evaluation System


Formative Assessments


Project Based Learning Rubric






Lesson  Plans




DIBELS/TRC




School Improvement Plan for the 2017-2019 Planning Cycle


LEA:   Lexington City Schools School: Charles England Elementary School


Local School Improvement Goal: Charles England School will develop a consistent customer friendly cultures, where all stakeholders are engaged in the academic, social emotional development of our students. Office referrals will decrease by 25%.



Strategies

Professional 

Development

Resources Required/ Budgeted

Time Line

Technology

Person(s) Responsible

Means of Evaluation

Sustain consistent expectations among staff and students.


Ensuring all students feel safe and respect their environment.


Define consistent expectations for students: 1. System for repeat offenders. 2. Guiding system for consequences.



Define consistent expectations for adults:

 1. Collaborating and working together as a team (grade levels). 2. Follow through with expectations throughout the entire year. 3. Discuss at CASA about how team is working together (May look different for each grade level)






Kids as Helpers Program 




Poverty and Culture Training, Student Accountability, Value of Education, Communication Skills



School wide steps of how to teach collaboration to staff






State Budget Allocation



State Budget

Title One Budget allocations




State Budget Allocation







2017-2018




September 2017







October 2017






Google Doc Spreadsheet



To be decided







To be decided






Guidance




SPMT







SPMT






Surveys




Discipline Referrals






CASA Notes






School Improvement Plan for the _2017-19_Planning Cycle


LEA:   Lexington City Schools School:  Charles England Elementary School


Local School Improvement Goal:  Charles England Elementary School will build a positive culture both within the school and the community and increase adult participation by 20%.


Strategies

Professional 

Development

Resources Required/ Budgeted

Time Line

Technology

Person(s) Responsible

Means of Evaluation

Build positive school community.  


Provide staff with duty free lunch once a month.

Provide grade level teachers 45 minutes a day with planning time.


Build community support and positive perception.  

Provide feeding sites Pleasant Village and Club Apartments 

Canvas the community prior to orientation or during the year. 

Provide monthly positive contacts home. 

Adjusting times and events for parents to come in with the children to participate in activities.

Obtain sponsors from the community both financially and human resource.

PR Committee of staff members to help promote positive perceptions in the community and on social media.




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May each year




August each year



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Food Service Grants




None Needed



Title One 



September through 

June





August through June





June –August




Prior to Orientation each year

Monthly



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Administration 







Administration





Administration and School Staff



School Staff




Teachers 



Schedule







Schedule





Daily Reports




Number of fliers distributed



Teacher Logs/PEP