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Beaverton Schools

School Improvement Plan

Strategic Plan Goal Area 1: Safe & Thriving

Strategic Plan Outcome: All identities are valued and every student is included.
Strategic Plan Measure: % of students reporting they belong at school and matter to others.
School “SMART” Goal (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timely): By the end of the 2023-2024 school year, we aim for 100% of students to affirm their sense of belonging (they matter) within the school community as measured by the district survey and and internal survey.
Strategic Plan Strategy: Ensure culturally and linguistically responsive teaching practices that build off of students' personal experiences.

Teachers will purposefully design and implement culturally inclusive lessons. They will capitalize on teachable moments, ensuring cultural responsiveness and inclusivity. Teachers will deliberately incorporate and represent the diverse cultures present in their classrooms.

Collaborate with the Parent Teacher Organization to create a "Global Village" family cultural fair.

Teachers foster the development of students' conceptual understandings and skills about the five core competencies of Social Emotional Learning.

We will develop and put into practice a staff charter and class charters to promote a safe and thriving environment.

We will collaborate to design surveys that are tailored to the developmental stages of students, from pre-kindergarten through fifth grade, ensuring questions are age-appropriate and comprehensible.

Strategic Plan Goal Area 2: Foundations of Success

Strategic Plan Outcome: Each student demonstrated proficiency on language and literacy targets by the targets by the end of third grade.
Strategic Plan Measure:
School “SMART” Goal (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timely): Our goal is to elevate student reading proficiency from the current level of 46% to a target of 55% on the end-of-year State Language Arts Assessment.
Strategic Plan Strategy: Assessments aligned to standards with multiple approaches to documenting learning and development of and empowering students to self-assess and self-report progress. 

Teachers will deliver focused reading instruction in small group settings, and a select group of students will partake in reading intervention programs.

Academic Coaches and other staff will conduct trimester check-ins with classroom teachers to evaluate student reading progress within the framework of Student Study Team meetings.

We will participate in small group professional development about the IRLA in November. Teachers will deepen their understanding of and calibrate their use of the IRLA.

The staff will receive professional development to enhance their proficiency in administering the IRLA.