Goals

Reading, Math, and Achievement GAP

In all of the goal areas, there will be an increase in achievement through targeted Tier 1 classroom instruction, progress monitoring of students below benchmark, skill based interventions groups, small group instruction and grade level team collaboration, focusing on students supporting students at all four levels: above benchmark, benchmark, below benchmark and well below benchmark.

Teams will meet monthly in RTI Meetings which include grade level teachers, special education teachers, TITLE/LAP teachers, the counselor and the school psychologist, to examine student achievement data of essential skills and review intervention plans. Essential skills are identified at each grade level. 

Woodland Elementary School Reading Goals 2016-2017

By June 2017, Woodland Elementary Students in Grades Kindergarten - 6th will improve reading fluency and comprehension, as measured by DIBELS Next, from 69% of all students meeting benchmark to 80% meeting benchmark.

By June 2017, Woodland Elementary Students in Grades 2nd-6th will improve achievement on the STAR Reading Assessment from 55% of all students meeting benchmark to 80% meeting benchmark.

By June 2017, Woodland Elementary Students in Grades 3rd-6th will improve achievement on the ELA Smarter Balanced Assessment from 
65% of all students meeting benchmark to 80% meeting benchmark.

Woodland Elementary School Math Goals 2016-2017

By June 2017, Woodland Elementary Students in Grades 2nd - 6th will improve mathematics fluency and problem solving, as measured by STAR Mathematics from 60% of all students meeting benchmark to 80% meeting benchmark. 

By June 2017, Woodland Elementary Students in Grades 2nd-6th will improve achievement on the STAR Math Assessment from 60% of all students meeting benchmark to 80% meeting benchmark.

By June 2017, Woodland Elementary Students in Grades 2nd - 6th will improve mathematics fluency and problem solving, as measured by Mathematics Computational Fluency Assessment from 64% of all students meeting benchmark to 80% meeting benchmark. 


Achievement Gap Goals 2016-2018

By June 2018, the gap between achievement in mathematics for all students and achievement by the identified sub groups (low income and Hispanic students) will decrease from 10% (low income students) and 7% (Hispanic students) to 0% for both sub groups as measured by the Smarter Balanced Mathematics Assessment. This two year goal will be achieved through intentional focus on sub group students and targeted interventions.