School Innovation and Improvement Plan (SIIP)
An at-a-glance look at outcome goals for the 2023 - 2024 academic school year
Goal: The percent of ELLs showing progress on the WIDA will increase by at least 10% from 44.4 to 50%.
Strategy 1: Utilize WIDA tools and rubrics to support language development.
Strategy 2: Strengthen culturally responsive learning environments that honor student identities, strengths, and interests.
Goal: By the end of the 2023-2024 school year, students earning a C- or better in 10th and 11th grade honors courses will increase by at least 10%.
- From 55 to 61% for Black or African American students.
- From 49 to 54% for Hispanic students.
- From 29 to 32% for students with disabilities.
Strategy 1: Develop and monitor annual course plans for students to ensure enrollment in advanced coursework and/or CTE pathways.
Strategy 2: Monitor student data and use data to determine need for intervention and additional support.
Goal: The pass rate for students with disabilities on math SOLs will increase by at least 10% from 52.1% (Spring 2023 Math SOL tests) to 57.3% (Spring 2024 Math SOL tests).
Strategy 1: Expand the type and frequency of formative assessments to evaluate progress throughout units.
Strategy 2: Elevate teacher pedagogy across all math collaborative teams.
Goal: The pass rate on the Spring 2024 Science SOL Tests will increase from 57 to 70%.
Strategy 1: Increase frequency of student learning experiences that are inquiry-based and hands-on.
Strategy 2: Use discourse strategies to increase students' academic conversations.
Goal: Chronic absenteeism will decline by 5 points from 22% to 17% for the 2023-24 school year.
Strategy 1: Create a school culture of engagement & belonging for students, families and staff.
Strategy 2: Strengthen school team practices to monitor attendance data and determine need for intervention and additional support.
Strategy 3: Strengthen engagement with our families and community.
Goal: The CCCRI rate for the class of 2024 will increase by at least 10% for the class of 2023 from 76.66% to 85%.
Strategy 1: Increase the collective responsibility of ALL staff in supporting school-wide On-Time Graduation and Academic and Career Planning efforts to include CCCRI (i.e. PD around mindset, cultivating belonging, positive interactions with students)
Strategy 2: Carefully review academic records and cumulative updates for newly-enrolled students to gain CCCRI experiences (i.e. academic advising for AP/IB/DE, High Quality Work-Based Learning, CTE completer and credential, Service Learning).
Goal: The discipline risk ratios will decline by at least 10%:
- From 2.47 to 2.2 for Black or African American students.
- From 3.0 to 2.7 for students with disabilities.
- From 2.98 to 2.67 for economically disadvantaged students.
Strategy 1: Utilize an MTSS framework to establish and organize a schoolwide continuum of proactive behavior and wellness supports.
Strategy 2: Integrate student and family voice (including language-minority families) into school discipline policies, procedures, and practices.
Strategy 3: Implement structures and strategies to assess & monitor discipline practices and to mitigate staff bias in school discipline.