School Improvement


Honaker Elementary/Middle School
Planning Team
2016-2017

Greg Mullins, Principal
Dr. Greg Brown , Central Office
Jennifer Eaton, Discipline/Attendance
Vanessa Martin, Parent Involvement
Janice Barton, Steering Committee
Gale Carter, Pre-K
Sherry Dowdy, Kindergarten
Wanda Gent, First Grade
Jeanene Compton, Second Grade
Pamela Richardson, Third Grade
Carolyn Wysor, Fourth Grade
Brenda Ray, Fifth Grade
Karen McGlothlin, Language Arts (6th and 7th Grade)
Charlene Conley, Math and Science (6th and 7th Grade)
Tony Bailey, Math and Science (6th and 7th Grade)
Cyndi Whited, History (6th and 7th Grade)
Steve O'Neal, Community


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Russell County Public Schools

School Improvement Plan Reporting Form

  Honaker Elementary School

 2016-2017

Grade Levels Served:  Pre-K - 7

 

ACADEMIC GOAL:

Goals for Core Academic Areas – English and Math

Goal #1 - English

All students will perform at passing or above on all state SOL’s and will increase performance by five percent or more on all of the federally mandated subgroup areas in grades Pre-K-7 by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

 

Strategies for Reading

 

Pre-K – 1: Reading:

All students will read at/or above grade level by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

All students will perform at 88% or above on all SOL skill areas by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

Measures:

As demonstrated by meeting all benchmarks on the PAL’s skills assessment.

By scoring 88% or above on the Pre or Posttest textbook assessments.

Grade 2: Reading:

All students will read at/or above grade level by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

All students will perform at/or above passing on all their SOL reading skills by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

Measures:

Meet all PALs reading assessment benchmarks

By using the interactive achievement benchmark test results; the teacher percentile rankings and the student data results from the end of each nine weeks testing cycle..

Remediation and improvement results for all students scoring below 70% on the nine week benchmark tests for all skills.

By scoring 70% or above on the Pre & Posttest textbook assessments.

 

 

 

Grade 3 – 7: Reading:

All students will improve their reading performance on all state SOL skill areas to passing or above by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

All students in the federal subgroup categories will increase their performance by five percent or more by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

Measures:

By using the interactive achievement benchmark test results; the teacher percentile rankings and the student data results from the end of each nine weeks testing cycle.

Remediation and improvement results for all students scoring below 70% on the nine week benchmark tests for all skills..

The actual SOL test results on all reading skills.

 

Goal #2 - Math

All students will perform at or above passing  on all state SOL skills tested areas and will increase performance by five percent or more on all the federally mandated subgroup areas in grades Pre-K-7 by the end of the 2015 - 2016 school year.

 

Strategies for Goal #2

1.

Pre-K – 1: Math:

All students will perform by showing measurable progress on all SOL math skills by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

Measures:  Math

Demonstrated by all students meeting all benchmarks on math skills assessment.

Demonstrated by all students scoring 90% or above on the Pre or Posttest textbook assessment.

2.

Grade 2 Math:

All students will show measurable progress on all their SOL math skills by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

Measures: As demonstrated on math assessment of student skills.

By using the interactive achievement benchmark test results; the teacher  percentile rankings and the student data results from the end of each nine weeks testing cycle

Remediation and improvement results for all students scoring below 70% on the nine week benchmark tests for all skills.

Demonstrated by all students scoring 90% or above on the Pre or Posttest textbook assessment.

3.

Grade 3 – 7: Math:

All students will improve their math performance on all state SOL’s to all achieving a passing score  by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

All students in the federal subgroup categories will increase their performance by five percent or more by the end of the 2016-2017 school year.

Measures:

By using the interactive achievement benchmark test results; the teacher  percentile rankings and the student data results from the end of each nine weeks testing cycle

Remediation and improvement results for all students scoring below 70% on the nine week benchmark tests for all skills.

The actual SOL test results of all skills at the end of the year.

 

ATTENDANCE GOAL:

 

Goal #1

All students attending Honaker Elementary School will have  95% or higher attendance  for the 2016-2017 school year

Strategies for Goal #1

1.

Student attendance will be monitored per six weeks and students rewarded based on perfect attendance with recognition and awards.

2.

Parents will be notified of students with excessive unexcused absences and will  be required to meet and discuss the consequences.

3.

Students with excessive absences will meet with the truancy officer , further absences will result in  the student being referred to the court system.

 

PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT GOAL:

 

Goal #1

Honaker Elementary School will improve parental involvement by five percent as documented by sign in sheets and participation in school activities for the 2016-2017 school year.

Strategies for Goal #1

1

Honaker Elementary School will host three School-wide Title I committee meetings with an open invitation to all parents during the 2016-2017 school year.

2

Solicit opinion/interests of parents using the school improvement survey.

3

All parents will be encouraged to attend the school's’ orientation, the open house night, various plays,  and the end of year student awards.

 

 

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