Vision & Mission Statement

 

Our Vision

We believe all students can learn and are entitled to be provided with equitable access to the best education possible.

 

Our Mission

We foster an equitable educational experience and environment for all students taking into account their diverse needs, interests, abilities and access. We promote positive self-awareness and provided social-emotional supports among students to develop academic, communication and life skills to maximize individual student growth and independence. We deliver a high- quality education through standards- based instruction for our students to become socially responsive lifelong learners and active participants in their communities.

 

Instructional Focus Priority 2021-2022

Instructional Focus

If we know our students well, then we will be able to formulate and integrate appropriately challenging questions and assessments utilizing digital and culturally responsive resources to move every student forward.

School Comprehension Educational Plan Goals

Supportive Environment

 

By July 2022, 90% of all students will participate in social-emotional check-in daily as measured by student survey.

Elementary/Middle School ELA

 

By July 2022, there will be a 10% increase of all students achieving ELA gains, as measured by FAST/6% MAP.

 

High School Graduation/Post-Secondary

Planning

By July 2022, High School Graduation/Post-Secondary Planning for all students will increase and at least 83.3% of graduates will have a post-secondary placement at the time of graduation as measured by exit summaries.

 

 

Quality Individualized Education Program

 

By June 2022, to strengthen the quality and implementation of IEPs for all students with Disabilities (SWD), we will increase the number of IEPs with strong alignment between present levels of performance and recommend services and programs by 5% based on IEP review and district data.

Elementary/Middle School Math

 

By July 2022, there will be a 10% Increase, of all students achieving math gains, as measured by FAST/6% MAP.

 

 

College, Career, Civic Readiness (CCCR)

 

By July 2022, College, Career, Civic Readiness (CCCR) will increase for all students as measured by 70% of students achieving a level 3 or 4 for their individual flagged goals in SANDI Transition Education and Employment and Transition Community.