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801-452-4320  |  5500 South 5900 West Hooper, Utah 84315

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Teacher and Student Success Plan

School Information

Name of Administrator: Kari Breeding

Name of School: Hooper Elementary

Goal # 1

Each goal must promote improved student performance and student academic achievement

Goal #1

By the end of the 2019-2020 school year Hooper Elementary will attain 60% typical or above typical student growth on DIBELS in grades K-3.

Goal #1 Action Step

  1. Aide time will be purchased to directly support the classroom teacher and students. Data will be analyzed through regular progress monitoring. Students that are not reaching typical or above typical growth will receive additional intervention support.   Students receiving interventions will be provided with small group and targeted instruction.  (5,500)
  2. All teachers will use core aligned reading materials to support Tier 1 instruction. (0)
  3. Teachers will create common formative assessments that focus on essential learning targets. These assessments will be analyzed and aid in determining if students are in need of targeted learning interventions or learning extension. (0)
  4. Teachers will be given the opportunity to receive a two day stipend for collaboration and planning time before the school year begins, in order to create and discuss essential learning targets, create a pacing guide, and collaborate together. (8,100)
  5. Nine teachers will attend a PLC conference in order to strengthen collective teacher efficacy, increase understanding of the importance of student data analysis, using student data to create learning interventions and extensions, and to build a strong professional learning community. (4,000)
  6. Chrome books, technology and support materials will be purchased in order to provide resources to support effective classroom instruction and student engagement. (10,700)
  7. Support materials will be purchased to enhance classroom instruction, interventions and learning extensions. (500)

Goal #1 Expenditure Category

Keep in mind that expenditures may not supplant funding for existing public education programs or be used for capital expenditures.

☒ School personnel stipends

☒ Professional learning

☒ Additional school employees

☐ Social and emotional learning support

☒ College and career readiness skills

☐ Student leadership development

☒ Technology

☐ Before – or after – school programs

☐ Community support programs or partnerships

☐ Early childhood education

☐ Class size reduction strategies

☐ other Click or tap here to enter text.

Goal # 1 Measures of Success

Include a description of how progress toward the goals will be measured.

We will analyze DIBELS data at the beginning of the year, middle of the year, and end of the year to measure student progress.  Students receiving intervention services for reading will be monitored more frequently. 

Goal #2

Each goal must promote improved student performance and student academic achievement.

Goal #2

At the end of the 2019-2020 school year, students in grades 4-6 will attain an overall 4% growth in proficiency of grade level language arts and math essential learning targets. Our data measures will include grade level common assessments, Student Learning Objectives, and end of level testing results (RISE).

Goal #2 Action Step

  1. Aide time will be purchased to directly support the classroom teacher and students. Data will be analyzed through RISE benchmarks and common formative assessments. Students that are not reaching typical or above typical growth will receive additional support through small group instruction and one-on-one interventions. (5,500)
  2. All teachers will use core aligned reading materials to support Tier 1 instruction. (0)
  3. Teachers will create common formative assessments that focus on essential learning targets. These assessments will be analyzed and aid in determining if students are in need of targeted learning interventions or learning extension. (0)
  4. Nine teachers will attend a PLC conference in order to strengthen collective teacher efficacy, increase understanding of the importance of student data analysis, using student data to create learning interventions and extensions, and to build a strong professional learning community. (4,000)
  5. Chrome books and technology will be purchased in order to provide resources to support effective classroom instruction and student engagement. (5,410)
  6. Support materials will be purchased to enhance classroom instruction, interventions and learning extensions. (500)
  1. In order to assess students accurately, substitute teachers will be paid to cover classes as teachers assess students in reading and math. (3,000)

Goal #2 Expenditure Areas

Keep in mind that expenditures may not supplant funding for existing public education programs or be used for capital expenditures.

☒ School personnel stipends

☒ Professional learning

☒ Additional school employees

☐ Social and emotional learning support

☒ College and career readiness skills

☐ Student leadership development

☒ Technology

☐ Before – or after – school programs

☐ Community support programs or partnerships

☐ Early childhood education

☐ Class size reduction strategies

☐ other Click or tap here to enter text.

Goal #2 Measures of Success

Include a description of how progress toward the goals will be measured.

Grade level common formative assessments and end of level Rise testing data will be analyzed to determine if students have mastered grade level learning targets.  Students who do not meet these benchmarks will be provided with interventions. 

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Goal #3

Each goal must promote improved student performance and student academic achievement.

Goal #3

Hooper Elementary will support Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) by implementing a robotics club, launching Project Lead the Way (PLTW), and by continually supporting the arts through the Beverly Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program. 

Goal #3 Action Step

  1. Sixteen teachers will be trained will be trained through the PLTW program. (3,100)
  2. Every student will experience at least one PLTW module in the 2019-20 school year. (0)
  3. We will purchase and maintain robotics kits. ($1,000)
  4. We will purchase several PLTW module kits and materials. (2,000)
  5. We will sponsor an after school robotics club. (250)
  6. Provide professional development and training for our robotics club instructors. (500)
  7. We will sponsor four Robotics teams. (750)
  8. Art supplies will be purchased in order to support art instruction. (1,800)

Art Specialist salary (4,000)

Goal #3 Expenditure Areas

Keep in mind that expenditures may not supplant funding for existing public education programs or be used for capital expenditures

☒ School personnel stipends

☒ Professional learning

☐ Additional school employees

☐ Social and emotional learning support

☒ College and career readiness skills

☐ Student leadership development

☒ Technology

☒ Before – or after – school programs

☐ Community support programs or partnerships

☐ Early childhood education

☐ Class size reduction strategies

☐ other Click or tap here to enter text.

Goal #3 Measures of Success

Include a description of how progress toward the goals will be measured.

Each teacher will be required to teach two PLTW lessons during the 2019-20 school year.  We will also sponsor up to four teams to participate in our after school robotics program and at state competitions.  Each student will attend and create art that will be displayed. 

Proposed Budget

 

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Stakeholder Involvement

 

Who was involved in developing this plan?

☐Educators

☐Collaborative Leadership Team

☒Administrators

☐Students

☒Community Council Members

☐Parents

☐Support Professionals

☐Other Click or tap here to enter text.

Signature

Administrator Signature

Please type the name of the administrator submitting this application. This is considered an electronic signature for the application. By signing, the administrator agrees that the plan provided will be implemented and followed in order to reach the specified goals.

Kari Breeding                                                        7/17/2019

 

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