Accountability Plan 2022-2023 Priorities
1. School leader will retain at least 90% of teachers rated proficient or above on the PBTE from 2022 - 2023.
School leader will retain at least 90% of first-year-teachers.
- Provide professional development that addresses gaps in instructional programming.
- Trauma Informed Programming and School-Wide Positive Behavior Intervention Supports Professional Development to provide supports and strategies to address behavior of students impacted by trauma.
2. All K-5 general education students will demonstrate growth in reading during the 2022-2023 school year. 70% of 3rd -5th grade general education students will demonstrate 1 year growth, all general education K-2 students will demonstrate .5 - .8 growth for the 2022-2023 academic year per Star.
- Ensuring K-2nd grade n students are taught the skills and provided resources to learn the foundational skills to include phonemic awareness to support meeting grade level expectations in reading
- Ensuring 2-5th Grade students have the skills to fluently read and respond to text in a meaningful way, to develop and implement their word attack skills and/or perform basic reading comprehension habits.
3. All K-5 general education students will demonstrate growth in math by the end of the academic year. 70% of KG-2nd grade general education students will show proficiency in number sense, addition and subtraction as measured by Mid-Year/EOY Baseline Assessment Data and the BOY/EOY Star data. 70% of 3-5th grade general educayion students will show proficiency in basic math computation and math procedures/operations.
- In math KG-2nd grade number sense to include understanding numbers, one to one relationship, counting multi digit numbers, number identification, comparison, and lack basic overall operational sense.
- In math Hamilton students in 3rd – 5th struggle with basic math computation and math procedures/operations.