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School Improvement Plan

  • Goal: By June of 2018, Wiley will increase overall proficiency as measured by the NC EOGs from 63.2% to 70%.

     

    Mission:  Wake County Public School System will provide a relevant and engaging education and will graduate students who are collaborative, creative, effective communicators and critical thinkers.

    Vision: Wiley is a collaborative community that takes initiative to provide rigorous learning and growth experiences for all students to become productive global citizens.

    Values:

    • Teachers are motivated, enthusiastic, collaborative, goal-oriented, and driven to experience continued professional growth to respond to student needs with a sense of urgency.
    • We encourage students to explore the complex world around them through recognition of perspectives, investigations of the world, communication of ideas, and taking action.
    • All students have unique capabilities and deserve classroom communities that foster collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking through rigorous investigative experiences that bring joy to learning.
    • We value an inviting school community that builds respectful and inclusive relationships, embraces diversity and promotes risk taking.

     


    Math Key Process:

    Teachers and staff will create intentional lesson plans so students will make viable arguments and critique mathematical reasoning (Standard 3) thereby increasing students’ mastery of content.


    Measurable Process Checks:

    Ambassadors will review quarterly math walkthrough data in order to monitor evidence of students making viable arguments and critiquing mathematical reasoning in order to drive instructional planning.


    Action Steps: MATH

    • July-August 2016:  Administration team will conduct PLT training for all teacher leaders.
    • July-August 2016: Ambassadors will develop an agenda template and  protocols/spreadsheet for PLTs.
    • August-September 2016: SIP team and IRT will conduct a beginning of year survey to determine differentiated staff needs in the area of standard 3.
    • August-September 2016: Train staff on and implement the math walkthrough tool to measure standard 3.
    • August-October 2016: Administration will conduct baseline walkthrough to determine areas of PD.
    • August 2016 - June 2018: Grade levels will plan for direct and differentiated instruction during a weekly common planning structure. (For example flex-grouping, grade level team time and/or intervention).
    • August 2016-June 2018: Grade levels will develop weekly, monthly, and/or quarterly common formative assessments and analyze data to determine nexts steps.
    • August 2016-June 2018: Grade levels will collect and utilize common formative assessment data to determine the needs of students and drive instruction.
    • August 2016-June 2018: Grade level teams will collect and analyze data based on strengths and concerns and submit to the school improvement team for each quarterly review analysis.
    • August 2016-June 2018: PLTs will create and monitor long-term/short-term SMART goals to meet the needs of all students and report progress throughout the year.
    • September-October 2016: Administration and School Improvement team will align professional development with data gathered from survey and walkthroughs.
    • October 2016-June 2018: PLTs will identify content vocabulary, plan for direct instruction, and develop differentiated activities utilizing instructional strategies from professional development.

    Reading Key Process:

    Teachers and staff will create intentional lesson plans to include all components of a balanced literacy program thereby increasing students’ mastery of content.


    Measureable Process Checks:

    Ambassadors will review quarterly reading walkthrough data in order to

    monitor implementation of the components of balanced literacy.




    Action steps: READING

    • July-August 2016: Administration team will conduct PLT training for all teacher leaders.
    • July-August 2016: Ambassadors will develop an agenda template and  protocols/spreadsheet for PLTs.
    • July-August 2016: SIP team and IRT will conduct a beginning of year survey to determine differentiated staff needs in the area of a balanced reading structure.
    • August-October 2016: Train staff on the reading walkthrough tool and the components of the balanced reading program.
    • August-December 2016: Administration will conduct baseline walkthrough to determine areas of PD.
    • November-February 2016: Administration and School Improvement team will align professional development with data gathered from survey and walkthroughs.
    • October 2016-June 2018: Grade levels will plan for a balanced reading program during a weekly common planning structure. (For example flex-grouping, grade level team time and/or intervention).
    • August 2016-June 2018:Grade levels will develop weekly, monthly, and/or quarterly common formative assessments and analyze data to determine nexts steps.
    • August 2016-June 2018: Grade levels will administer, analyze and progress monitor using the mClass system: K-3 TRC, K-5 DIBLES, and 4-5 Running Records.
    • August 2016-June 2018: Grade levels will collect and utilize common formative assessment data to determine the needs of students and drive instruction.
    • August 2016-June 2018: Grade level teams will collect and analyze data based on strengths and concerns and submit to the school improvement team for each quarterly review analysis.
    • August 2016-June 2018: PLTs will create and monitor long-term/short-term SMART goals to meet the needs of all students and report progress throughout the year.

    Structure Key Process: Ambassadors will serve as committee chairs and work together effectively and fluently in order to develop a cohesive school community.



    Measureable Process Checks:

    Ambassadors will review quarterly perception survey data to monitor the effectiveness of new structure implementation.





    Action Steps for STRUCTURE:

    • July-August 2016: Administration team will conduct PLT training for all teacher leaders.
    • July-August 2016: Ambassadors will development an agenda template for PLT protocols/spreadsheet.
    • August-September 2016: BT team will create plan to build a collaborative learning environment and framework.
    • August-September 2016: PBIS team will create plan for community building using student tribes and growth mindset framework.
    • August 2016 - June 2018: MTSS cohort will adhere to Wake County timeline.
    • August-September 2016: Events team will create timeline for students to have cultural arts experiences and finalize field trips with global themes and create plans for fall and spring showcases.
    • August-September 2016: Magnet chair will schedule monthly staff development.
    • August 2016- June 2017: Magnet chair will adhere to timeline to complete Magnet certification.
    • August-October 2016: SIP and IRT will create and implement perception survey data.
    • August 2016- June 2018: Ambassadors and SIP team will review perception survey data quarterly.

     

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