School Improvement and Innovation Plan

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance 

Braddock Elementary School, Region 2

Keesha Jackson-Muir, Principal 2017-2018 SY

(Copy of SIIP is also available in PDF form.)

End of Year Literacy SMARTR Outcome

Raise the Bar:  

By Spring 2018, 80% or more of students, in grades 3 through 5, will meet or exceed the Adjusted Pass Rate benchmarks.  Additionally, the failure rate will be reduced by at least 10% as measured by the Reading SOL.

Close the Gap:  

All teachers of Literacy, in grades K-5, will work together to support all students to make progress as readers increasing/decreasing the percentage of students in each category as measured by the DRA2:

● Increasing above grade level by at least 7%, from 17% to 24%.

● Increasing on grade level by at least 7%, from 34% to 41%.

● Decreasing students reading below grade level by at least 14%, from 49% to 35%.

Strategy 1: BES teachers will continue to strengthen Tier 1 instruction through the implementation of the FCPS Balanced Literacy Framework. 

Actions:

1. Teachers will participate in Literacy Collaborative Professional Development Courses and collaborate with the school’s Instructional Resource Teachers to ensure the implementation of research-based instructional strategies.  

2. Teachers will create a print-rich environment by displaying learning targets, anchor charts, student work, and word walls.

3. Teachers will provide differentiated guided/small group instruction to meet students’ needs.

Strategy 2: BES will focus on providing targeted remedial and enrichment instruction to support the needs of all learners.

Actions:

1. Teachers will collaborate during CLTs to deepen content knowledge, analyze data and plan for differentiated instruction.

 2. Teachers will integrate Advanced Academics instructional strategies and curriculum.

3. Teachers will utilize information from the iReady intervention program to support our Tier 2 and 3 instruction.

End of Year Math SMARTR Outcome

Raise the Bar:

At least 80% of students, in grades 3 through 5, will meet or exceed pass rate benchmarks and/or reduce the failure rate by at least 10% as measured by the 2018 Math SOL and MRA in grades 1 through 2.  

Close the Gap:

Braddock Elementary School will maintain single-digit gap points as measured by the 2018 Math SOL in grades 3-5.

Strategy 1: BES will continue to strengthen Tier 1 Math instruction through the implementation of Math Workshop structures.

Actions:

1. Teachers will participate in professional development around Math Workshop Structures.  

2. Teachers will collaborate to incorporate a variety of problem solving tasks during instructional delivery.  

3. Teachers will collaborate during CLTs to deepen content knowledge, analyze data and plan for differentiated instruction.

Strategy 2: BES will focus on providing targeted remedial and enrichment instruction to support the needs of all learners.

Actions:

1. Teachers will provide differentiated/targeted instruction to meet students’ needs through the use of Math Workshop Structures.  

2. Teachers will integrate Advanced Academics instructional strategies and curriculum.