School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance 2018-2019

Robinson Secondary School | Region 4 | Matt Eline, Principal  

End of Year SMARTR Outcome - Raise the Bar

By the end of the 2018-19 school year, all teachers will plan and implement at least two learning experiences (such as Project Based Learning units, MYP units, Guided Inquiry) aligned explicitly with POG communicator skills and measure student growth within those units.  

Strategy 1

  • All teachers will engage in school-based professional development on cultivating a learner-centered environment and the effective use of best instructional practices and the effective use of modern digital tools (Engagement model) that promote POG communicator skills in the digital learning environment.  

Strategy 2

  • Teachers in all subject areas in grades 7-10 will incorporate POG Communicator skills into IB MYP unit plans and assessments, with students' IB MYP experiences culminating with the Personal Project in Grade 10.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome - Close the Gap

June 2019, all non-dually identified EL students will improve their WIDA Literacy score by 0.6 to 0.9 points depending on their initial WIDA Literacy score.  

Strategy 1

  • Teachers will use explicit instructional strategies to increase student vocabulary and knowledge / use of language conventions.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome - Close the Gap

By June 2019, MS 8th grad Pre-Algebra students in the EL, Black, Hispanic and SWD subgroups who scored 399 or lower on the Math 7 SOL in 2017-18 will show improvement on their Pre-Algebra SOL score:

  • Students with an initial Math 7 score below 325 will show improvement to 350 or above on the Math 8 SOL.

  • Students with an initial Math 7 score between 326 and 399 will show at least a 25 point improvement on the Math 8 SOL.

Strategy 1

  • Identify those students in targeted sub-groups who did not demonstrate proficiency in Math 7 and provide remediation and additional oversight to ensure progress is attained of those identified students.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome - Close the Gap

By June 2019, all Math 7 students in the EL, Black, Hispanic and SWD subgroups who scored 399 or lower on the Math 6 SOL in 2017-2018 will show improvement on their Math 7 SOL score:

  • Students with an initial Math 6 score below 325 will show improvement to 350 or above on the Math 7 SOL.

  • Students with an initial Math 6 score between 326 and 399 will show at least a 25 point improvement on the Math 7 SOL.

Strategy 1

  • Identify those students in targeted sub-groups who did not demonstrate proficiency in Math 6 and provide remediation and additional oversight to ensure progress is attained of those identified students.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome - Close the Gap

By the end of June 2019, SWD students in 7th grade will score a 400 or higher on the Reading SOL. SWD students in 8th grade will score a 400 or higher on the Reading and Writing SOL. SWD students in 11th grade will score a 375 or higher on the EOC Writing SOL or a score of 3 or higher on WorkKeys Business Writing.

Strategy 1

  • Identify those SWD students who are at-risk and provide remediation and additional oversight to ensure sufficient remediation of those identified students.

Strategy 2

  • Core subject teachers will increase the implementation of literacy strategies in their teamed and self-contained classes.