School Improvement Plan

At a Glance

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

All students, K-6, will make one or more year’s growth in reading, as measured by the DRA2 and/or Fountas and Pinnell assessments.

67% (90%) of students, grades 3-6, will demonstrate proficiency on the 2018-2019 Reading SOL Test.

40% (76%) of students with disabilities, grades 3-6, will demonstrate proficiency on the 2018-2019 Reading SOL Test.

Strategy 1

Woodburn teachers will engage students, using direct, guided, and independent practice, to develop thoughtful, independent readers.

Strategy 2

Woodburn teams will utilize all phases of the CLT cycle and guiding questions, to effectively plan for student achievement.

Strategy 3

Woodburn staff members will use student data to make informed decisions, to provide high-quality instruction and intervention, based on identified student needs

 

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

78% (93%) of students, grades 3-6, will demonstrate proficiency on the 2018-2019 Math SOL Test.

90% of students, in grades 1 and 2, will achieve a score of 70% or higher on the 2018-2019 Spring Math Reasoning Assessment.

Strategy 1

Woodburn teachers will engage students in mathematical learning through problem solving, communicating, reasoning, making connections, and representing ideas.

Strategy 2

Woodburn teams will utilize all phases of the CLT cycle and guiding questions, to effectively plan for student achievement

Strategy 3

Woodburn will use student data to make informed decision, to provide high-quality instruction and intervention, based on identified student needs.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

70% (78%) of students, in grade 5, will demonstrate proficiency on the 2018-2019 Science SOL Test.

Strategy 1

Woodburn teachers will engage students through the exploration, investigation, and application of scientific concepts and ideas.

Strategy 2

Woodburn teams will utilize all phases of the CLT cycle and guiding questions to effectively plan for student achievement.

Strategy 3

Woodburn will use student data to make informed decisions, to provide high-quality instruction and intervention, based on identified student needs.