Targeted differentiated instruction
To have the students become confident, independent readers
To improve math fluency in computation in grades 4-7
Science and student engagement
Through an increase in the number of hands-on and student engaging science activities in grades 4-8, we hope to increase science achievement on student report card grades in grades 4,6,and 8 by 5%.
Strategies to Improve Student Usage of “First in Math” (FIM) Program
To increase student participation in “First in Math” program which will strengthen student’s math skills
Open ended math problems
Improve grades 1 through 8 open ended math problem skills
80% of Grade 1 and Grade 2 students will receive 85% or above on a 2 minute timed addition math fact and a 2 minute subtraction drill sheet with total mastery the end of the second grade year.
Guided Reading to Differentiate Instruction
We want kindergarten through sixth grade ELA teachers to implement guided reading at the minimum of one time per week.
Student Study Team (SST) meetings
Having productive, monthly SST meetings within each academy (grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8).
Student assessment: writing rubrics
Improve writing assessment in grades K-3
To improve students understanding, knowledge and achievement in Science grade 4 to 8 through an increase in the number of effective Science experiments
Faculty Peer Observations
To see an observable improvement of teachers participating in faculty peer observations.
Increase computation accuracy in Math tests
Use walk-throughs to ensure that instructional activities are student centered and active.
Strategies to Improve Reading Comprehension
Improve grades 9, 10, 11 reading comprehension skills
Strategies to Improve Reading Skills
During the course of the year and their high school career, students will become proficient readers across all content areas
SAT Math Intervention
To improve the SAT math scores for the underclassmen students of Roman Catholic High School
Communication and computer skills
1. To increase communication skills between school and students to improve grades.
2. To improve basic computer skills; navigation and command of the programs used by the school.