School Community Council
We will be sending books home with all students grades 1-5 to assist students in having reading books in their home
that are at their current instructional reading level. We want students reading 20 minutes a night at home. To make
this happen we need to hire an aide that will manage the take home library for 3 hours a day 5 days a week. This
person will ensure that students are doing the reading. Student reading will be kept track of on a signature sheet
that is sent home each day to track the progress of student reading The aide will give them new books as the
signatures indicate they are finished with the book.
Goal 2: 5th grade students will increase their writing and Language arts proficiency scores from the previous years scores
by 15% more students scoring proficient on the Rise state testing. They will also increase the number of students proficient
on the district writing benchmarks by 20% from the beginning of the year benchmark to the end of the year benchmark.
Action Steps to accomplish goal 2
We will use funding to purchase an additional teacher to decrease class sizes and allow for a second language arts teacher
in 5th grade. This will allow time dedicated to language arts to increase and allow teachers to teach to the core more deeply.
This teacher will help organize the RTI process in language arts, create common formative assessments in language arts and
writing, gather data for team collaboration meetings, and provide targeted instruction in differentiated groups. This teacher
will work closely with our current language arts teacher in gathering data and ensuring student need is driving the instruction.
Final report Summary of 2018-2019 plan
DIBELS Scores: students who achieved typical or above typical growth 2019 as compared to 2018
K: 76% 65%
1st: 64% 83%
2nd: 81% 79%
3rd: 85% 83%
Rise/Sage proficiency 3rd-5th grades
overall proficiency in LA: 32% 39%
Proficiency in the rise testing increased by 7% and the DIBELS testing if looking at the same body of students who moved from one grade to the next the percentage of students making above or typical growth grew by 7% from k- 1st, 25%from first to second and 2% from 2nd to third. If you look at the data from how the teacher improved their overall percentage from year to year k, 2nd, and 3rd each
DIBELS data: percentage of students who were identified as intensive at the beginning of the year compared to the end of the year.
K: 33% 7%
1st: 23% 11%
2nd: 28% 32%
3rd: 31% 20%
Students were identified using the DIBELS assessment. Intervention aide assisted with progress monitoring or made it possible for the teacher to progress monitor. They also helped give other reading assessments and interventions.
students went on virtual field trips and Stem supplies were purchased to support hands on learning in science.
4th and 5th grade rise science proficiency percentages 2018 compared to 2019 2018 2019 43% 52%
DIBELS data: percentage of students who were identified as intensive at the beginning of the year compared to the end of the year. BOY EOY K: 33% 7% 1st: 23% 11% 2nd: 28% 32% 3rd: 31% 20% Teachers created reading calendars and incentivized reading at home.
overall Sage/Rise proficiency data 2018 2019 LA: 32% 39% Math: 36% 40% sci: 43% 52% improvements were made schoolwide in overall proficiency.
Minutes from 2018-2019
Community council Voting