School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2020-21

  • Lynbrook Elementary School

  • Region 3

  • Kathleen Sain, Principal

 

Strategic Plan Goal 1​​​​​​:  Student Success

End of Year SMARTR Outcomes:  Reading and Mathematics

The percentage of students with disabilities that pass the 2021 Reading SOL will increase by 10%. The percentage of students that pass advanced on the 2021 Reading SOL will increase by 10%. The percentage of students with disabilities that pass the 2021 Math SOL will increase by 10%. The percentage of students that pass advanced on the 2021 Math SOL will increase by 10%.

Strategy 1: Staff will use ongoing student data to plan small group and individual instruction and respond using a flexible workshop model in various settings: synchronous, asynchronous, and in person.

Goal-Oriented and Resilient; Academic Support

Strategy 2: Staff will design and implement engaging learning opportunities (tasks) for students in various settings: synchronous, asynchronous, and in person.

Communicator and Collaborator; Relationships and Access to Rigor

Strategy 3: Staff will develop and use strategic processes to increase self-awareness and agency as active participants in the learning process for themselves and students in various settings: synchronous, asynchronous, and in person.

Critical and Creative Thinker;  Academic Support and Access to Rigor

 

Strategic Plan Goal 2: Caring Culture

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Family Engagement

The percentage of families who complete a family engagement survey will increase to 50 percent.

Strategy 1: Staff will partner with families and community members to amplify parent voice and foster shared decision-making in their children’s education.

Communicator and Collaborator; Relationships

 

Strategic Plan Goal 3: Caring Culture

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Access & Opportunity

By June 2021, 100% of staff will participate in six learning opportunities designed to help understand how our personal and school-wide interactions contribute to office referrals that disproportionately identify Black and Latinx male students in school, local and national trends.

Strategy 1: Staff will evaluate the existing referral process to highlight ways in which it contributes to inequitable school experiences and analyze staff participation within the system.

Ethic and Global Citizen; Access and Opportunity