School Improvement Plan
Outcome goals for this academic school year
Stone Middle School Region 5 Amielia Mitchell, Principal
End of Year SMARTR Outcome (Access & Opportunity)
We will increase the percentage of eligible Black, ELL, Hispanic, and Students with Disabilities who participate in Algebra I from 65% to 100%. All students enrolled will demonstrate proficiency by passing the course.
Provide high quality Tier 1 Instruction to all students and support through intentional scheduling and allocation of resources through maximization of the PLC model.
Implementation of PLC cycle to monitor students by name and need.
End of Year SMARTR Outcome (Portrait of a Graduate)
By the end of the 2020-21 school year, all student Portrait of a Graduate skills will increase due to student engagement through opportunities for student voice and choice, authentic learning experiences, and the development of higher order thinking.
Teachers and CLTs will develop a common understanding of the Portrait of a Graduate (POG) attributes as these skills apply to all disciplines.
Explicitly teach POG attributes through meaningful learning experiences and student engagement opportunities.
Students will demonstrate knowledge of Portrait of a Graduate skills to support problem-solving, learning and student engagement.
End of Year SMARTR Outcome (Caring Culture)
By the end of the 2020-21 school year, every student will be able to identify at least one caring adult who can offer social/emotional and academic support.
Student Services will work to assign mentors to students who aren’t able to identify a caring adult.
Students will utilize their Panther Block and intervention time to build authentic and meaningful relationships with teachers, school counselors and staff.
Identified students will participate in targeted counseling groups focusing on areas of need that will support relationship-building.