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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY OF NEEDS ASSESSMENT FINDINGS

Because a comprehensive needs assessment is essential to effective
planning, Iva Elementary School’s comprehensive needs assessment
addressed the following areas: student achievement, teacher quality, and
school climate. Information utilized in this needs assessment came from
multiple sources: school report card, assessment results (PASS, MAP,
ALEKS), personnel records, student records, state surveys, school and
community meetings, SACS team, and school improvement council.
Information gained from these sources was used to develop the school
renewal plan (2010-2016). The goals evolved from identifying areas of
weakness that needed improvement. Strategies and action plans were then
developed as the route to goal attainment.

Student achievement data was the primary focus of the plan. Baseline
data was the average PASS scores from 2009 for ELA, math, writing,
science, and social studies. The analysis of PASS and MAP scores
revealed a need to improve scores for all students in all content areas.
Goals were written to improve student achievement.

The second major area addressed in the plan is Teacher Quality. All
teachers at Iva Elementary are 100% highly qualified. Administrators will
continue to use recruiting and hiring methods to maintain the 100% highly
qualified staff.

The third area addressed is school climate. Multiple factors impact school
climate (parents, students. and teachers). Iva Elementary chose to
establish goals and strategies to continue improvement in the area of
school climate as perceived by parents.

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MISSION, VISION, VALUES, AND BELIEFS
Iva Elementary
VISION

“Where Children and Learning Come First”

MISSION

The mission of Iva Elementary, a rural community school, is to provide all students a solid
foundation to succeed to their highest potential by providing a challenging standards-driven
instructional program led by an exceptional, caring staff in a safe and positive environment,
enhanced by community/school interaction.

BELIEFS

We believe that:

 Children are our highest priority.
 All individuals have value and can learn.
 All individuals are entitled to a safe school environment,
 A quality education with a focus on academic excellence is a right of all individuals.
 A positive support system at home and school contributes to learning.
 Cultural diversity and individual differences strengthen our society.
 All individuals should be challenged to attain their greatest potential.
 Our responsibility is to assist in preparing each individual to become a productive citizen
in a global society.
 Learning is a lifelong process.
 Responsible involvement o parents, students, school staff, and the entire community is
imperative for quality education.

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) District Priority PERFORMANCE The percentage of students in grades 3 – 5 who score basic and above in mathematics GOAL: 1A as measured by the PASS will improve the current average of 66% to an average of (desired result of 90.5% 87% 90.5% by 2009-2010.5% by 2016.5% 80% 83. Safe and Healthy Schools.5% * Represents projections of improvement 3 .SCHOOL RENEWAL PLAN FOR 2010-2016 DATE: April 2010 Performance Goal Area: X Student Achievement Teacher/Administrator Quality School Climate (Parent Involvement.8% 73% 76. etc. student learning) INTERIM The percentage of students in grades 3 – 5 who score basic and above in mathematics PERFORMANCE as measured by PASS will increase from the current average of 66% in 2008-2009 to GOAL: an average of 69. DATA SOURCE(S): PASS Test OVERALL MEASURES: Average 2011* 2012* 2013* 2014* 2015* 2016* Baseline 2009 – 66% Target Target Target Target Target Target 2010 – 68.

Math EVALUATION STRATEGY: 1A. 4 .ACTION PLAN: Student Achievement.1 Analyze data to improve student achievement in mathematics.

June Principal Test and data analysis and scores and data to determine if Guidance Counselor conferences with of the following are needed: Intervention Specialist teachers Teacher Leader  Intervention Specialist Services Teachers  Regrouping Computer Facilitator  Reteaching  Differentiated instructional strategies 1A.1.2 Utilize PASS and MAP math August . Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Source Indicators of Start/End Date Responsible Cost Implementation 1A.June Principal PASS and MAP math scores and data to identify Guidance Counselor scores and data and student strengths and Intervention Specialist meetings to discuss areas weaknesses to adapt curriculum Teacher Leader of concern and instruction as appropriate Teachers Computer Facilitator Meetings are held each year with grade level teachers after scores are received ACTION PLAN: Student Achievement.2 Identify and implement effective instructional strategies to improve student achievement in mathematics.1 Analyze PASS and MAP math August . 5 .1. Math EVALUATION STRATEGY: 1A.

AIMS.2.2 Explore effective strategies that August – June Teachers Weekly review of target differentiated instruction Guidance Counselor strategies and activities Teacher Leader incorporated into lesson Intervention Specialist plans and classroom observations 1A.2. Brainsmart. tablets. Thinking Maps. ALEKS. lesson plans and (Smart Board.1 Continue to develop lessons and August – June Teachers Weekly review of assessments aligned with Intervention Specialist lesson plans.2. digital cameras) 1A.2.3 Utilize technology for August – June Teachers Weekly review of instructional purposes. analysis of standards Teacher Leader assessments. Teacher Toolbox) 1A.5 Utilize best practices and August – June Teachers Weekly review of research based strategies in lesson plans and math (envision Math. ELMO. Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Indicators of Start/End Date Responsible Cost Source Implementation 1A.2. wireless classroom observations writing slates.4 Ensure use of Math Support August – June Teachers Weekly review of Document to create lessons and lesson plans and assessments classroom observations 1A.6 Continue to provide extra August – June Teachers Classroom observations computer time for grades 3-5 in Computer Facilitator ALEKS 1A. classroom observations Math 4 Today.2. and classroom observations 1A.7 Gain effective math strategies August – June Principal Meetings to discuss and through school visits and Teacher Leader reflect on strategies research Teachers observed 6 .2.

2.13 Additional ALEKS training November Principal for teachers Teachers Reports and feedback from teachers 7 .2. and workshops professional development logs.11 Encourage teachers to utilize August – June Teacher Leader materials in the instructional Teachers Check-out sheet lab.12 Provide opportunities for August – June Principal District Recertification points. 1A.2.10 Purchase additional August .2.June Principal resources based on identified Teachers Title I Classroom observations needs. 1A. and agendas 1A.9 Evaluate daily schedules to August – June Principal Copy of schedules and determine effectiveness and Teachers meeting with classroom modify as necessary teachers 1A. teachers to attend conferences Teachers graduate credit.00 Title I Review PASS scores learning opportunities for Teacher Leader student achievement (PASS Teachers After School Program).2. 1A.2.8 Continue to provide extended March – April Principal $8500. 1A.

SCHOOL RENEWAL PLAN FOR 2010-2016 DATE: April 2010 Performance Goal Area: X Student Achievement Teacher/Administrator Quality School Climate (Parent Involvement.2% * Represents projections of improvement 8 .6% 86% 87.2% by 2016. student learning) INTERIM The percentage of students in grades 3 – 5 who score basic and above in English PERFORMANCE Language Arts as measured by the PASS will improve the current average of 80.4% in GOAL: 2008-2009 to an average of 81.4% to (desired result of an average of 90. etc. DATA SOURCE(S): PASS Test OVERALL MEASURES: Average 2011* 2012* 2013* 2014* 2015* 2016* Baseline 2009 -80.4% 88. Safe and Healthy Schools.8% by 2009-2010.8% 90.2% 84.) District Priority PERFORMANCE The percentage of students in grades 3 – 5 who score basic and above in English GOAL:1B Language Arts as measured by the PASS will improve the current average of 80.4% Target Target Target Target Target Target 2010 -83% 83.

ACTION PLAN: Student Achievement.2 Utilize PASS and MAP ELA August – June Principal scores and data and scores and data to identify Guidance Counselor meetings to discuss areas student strengths and Intervention Specialist of concern weaknesses to adapt curriculum Teacher Leader and instruction as appropriate.1.1 Analyze data to improve student achievement in ELA. ELA EVALUATION STRATEGY: 1B. Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Source Indicators of Start/End Date Responsible Cost Implementation 1B.1. Teachers Computer Facilitator 9 .1 Analyze PASS and MAP ELA August – June Principal Test and data analysis and scores and data a to determine Guidance Counselor conferences with teachers if any of the following are Intervention Specialist needed: Teacher Leader Teachers  Intervention Specialist Services Computer Facilitator  Regrouping  Reteaching  Differentiated instructional strategies PASS and MAP ELA 1B.

4 Ensure use of ELA Support August – June Teachers lesson plans and Document to create lessons and classroom observations assessments Practices and strategies 1B.2.2.2 Explore effective strategies that August – June Teachers strategies and activities target differentiated instruction Guidance Counselor incorporated into lesson Teacher Leader plans and classroom Intervention Specialist observations 1B.6 Continue to provide addition reading time for struggling August – June Reading Specialist Weekly review of readers in grades 1-3 lesson plans and classroom observations 10 .3 Utilize technology for August – June Teachers Weekly review of instructional purposes.2. Teacher Toolbox. Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Indicators of Start/End Date Responsible Cost Source Implementation 1B. ELMO. Sounds in Motion.ACTION PLAN: Student Achievement. lesson plans and (Smart Board.2 Identify and implement effective instructional strategies to improve student achievement in ELA. observations Thinking Maps. Brainsmart. digital cameras) Weekly review of 1B.2.2. wireless classroom observations writing slate.5 Utilize best practices and August – June Teachers incorporated into lesson research based strategies in ELA plans and classroom (ETV Streamline. ELA EVALUATION STRATEGY: 1B.1 Continue to create lessons and August – June Teachers Weekly review of assessments aligned with Intervention Specialist lesson plans and standards Reading Specialist classroom observations Teacher Leader Weekly review of 1B.2. novel studies) 1B.

7 Continue Reading Book Club August .2.June Principal Copy of schedules and to determine effectiveness and Teachers meeting with classroom modify as necessary teachers 1B.16 Encourage teachers to utilize August – June Teacher Leader Check-out sheet materials in the instructional lab. 1B. 11 .9 Utilize Rocking to Read Room August – June Teacher Leader Rocking to Read with leveled readers for small Teachers Reading Log group reading instruction 1B.October Principal Reading logs and Night 4th Grade Teachers classroom newsletters PTO Volunteers 1B.2.June Media-Specialist Observation and (CAPS Club) Reading Logs 1B.2. 1B.00 Title I learning opportunities for Teacher Leader Review PASS scores student achievement (PASS Teachers After School Program) 1B.2.2.2.12 Continue 4th Grade Literacy August .2.13 Continue to provide extended March –April Principal $8500.2.11 Recognize students reaching August – June Media Specialist AR Celebrations and quarterly and yearly reading Awards Ceremonies goals in Accelerated Reading Program 1B.10 Gain effective reading August – June Principal Meetings to discuss and strategies through school Teacher Leader reflect on strategies visits and research Teachers observed 1B.15 Purchase additional resources August – June Principal Classroom observations Title I based on identified needs Teachers 1B.2.8 Offer incentives for student who August – June Media Specialist Summer Reading Logs participate in summer reading program.2.14 Evaluate daily schedules to August .

2.2.000 School District Check-out sheet and 1B.2.2.200 Classroom Teachers Title I observations 1B.17 Provide opportunities for August .2. and workshops professional development logs.2. teachers to attend conferences graduate credits. Title I level books for every student.22 DRA2 Kits and Training 2010 – Ongoing Teacher Leader $3. Literacy Group Superintendent Assistant Superintend Teacher Leaders 1B. Weekly review of 1B.00 June 2011 Title I Observations and student feedback 12 .000 Parent Feedback at home by purchasing grade. meetings with teachers to discuss and reflect on strategies observed $20.18 Continue to encourage reading August – June Principal $10.23 Add Reading Wagon/Carts January 2011 – Teachers $500.19 Balanced Literacy 2010 – 2012 Principal strategies and Teachers Teacher Leader activities incorporated into lesson plans. classroom observations.2. 1B. agendas 1B.21 PLC Administrative Balanced 2010-2012 School Principals.20 Added Level Bookroom October 2010 Teacher Leader Teachers Title I meetings with teachers 1B.June Teachers Recertification points.

2% * Represents projections of improvement 13 .2% 79% 81.2% 76. student learning) INTERIM The percentage of students in grades 3 – 5 who score basic and above in Writing as PERFORMANCE measured by the PASS will improve the current average of 70.6% in 2008 -2009 to an GOAL: average of 73.6% Target Target Target Target Target Target 2010 72. etc.) District Priority PERFORMANCE The percentage of students in grades 3 – 5 who score basic and above in Writing as GOAL:1C measured by the PASS will improve the current average of 70. DATA SOURCE(S): PASS Test .6% 87.4% by 2009 -2010.8% 84.6% to an average of (desired result of 90. Safe and Healthy Schools.2010-2011 PASS Writing will only be given to 5th Graders OVERALL MEASURES: Average 2011* 2012* 2013* 2014* 2015* 2016* Baseline 2009 70.SCHOOL RENEWAL PLAN FOR 2010-2016 DATE: April 2010 Performance Goal Area: X Student Achievement Teacher/Administrator Quality School Climate (Parent Involvement.4% 90.2% by 2016.

2 Utilize PASS writing scores and August .1 Analyze data to improve achievement in writing.1 Analyze Pass writing scores and August – June Principal PASS writing scores data and to determine if any of the Guidance Counselor and data analysis and following are needed: Intervention Specialist conferences with  Intervention Specialist Teacher Leader teachers  Regrouping Teachers  Reteaching Computer Facilitator  Differentiated instructional strategies 1C.ACTION PLAN Student Achievement. Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Indicators of Start/End Responsible Cost Source Implementation Date 1C.1. Teachers concern Computer Facilitator 14 .June Principal data to identify student strengths Guidance Counselor PASS writing scores and weaknesses to adapt Intervention Specialist and data and meetings curriculum and instruction as Teacher Leader to discuss areas of appropriate.1. Writing EVALUATION STRATEGY: 1C.

Writing EVALUATION STRATEGY: 1C.2 Continue the use of Writing to Win to increase student achievement on PASS writing. Thinking Maps) August – June Teachers Samples of student 1C.2.5 Conduct parent workshops to August .3 Assessment of student writing writings and rubrics using Writing to Win and state (PASS) writing rubric August . Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Indicators of Start/End Date Responsible Cost Source Implementation 1C.2.2.ACTION PLAN: Student Achievement. classroom observations Brainsmart.4 Showcase student writing in wall display hallways 1C.1 Continue to create lessons and August .2 Utilize best practices and Weekly review of research based strategies in lesson plans and writing (Writing to Win.2.June Teachers Student writing and 1C.June Teachers better explain state writing Teacher Leader Sign-in Sheet rubric 15 .June Teachers Weekly review of assessments aligned with lesson plans and standards classroom observations August – June Teachers 1C.2.

5% 87.1%  Represents projections of improvement 16 . etc.9% 81.3% 90.7% 84. DATA SOURCE(S): PASS Test OVERALL MEASURES: Average 2011* 2012* 2013* 2014* 2015* 2016* Baseline 2009 70.1% by 2016.5% in 2008 -2009 to an GOAL: average of 73. student learning) INTERIM The percentage of students in grades 3 – 5 who score basic and above in Science as PERFORMANCE measured by the PASS will improve the current average of 70.SCHOOL RENEWAL PLAN FOR 2010-2016 DATE: April 2010 Performance Goal Area: X Student Achievement Teacher/Administrator Quality School Climate (Parent Involvement.) District Priority PERFORMANCE The percentage of students in grades 3 – 5 who score basic and above in Science as GOAL:1D measured by the PASS will improve the current average of 70.2% 76.5% to an average of (desired result of 90. Safe and Healthy Schools.1% 78.5% Target Target Target Target Target Target 2010 74.3% by 2009 – 2010.

ACTION PLAN: Student Achievement.1 Analyze data to improve student achievement in Science.June Principal PASS scores and data and to identify student strengths and Guidance Counselor meetings to discuss areas weaknesses to adapt curriculum Intervention Specialist of concern and instruction as appropriate Teacher Leader Teachers Computer Facilitator 17 . Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Source Indicators of Start/End Date Responsible Cost Implementation 1D.2 Utilize Science PASS scores and data August .1.June Principal PASS scores and data determine if any of the following Guidance Counselor analysis and conferences are needed: Intervention Specialist with teachers Teacher Leader  Intervention Specialist Services Teachers  Regrouping Computer Facilitator  Reteaching  Differentiated instructional strategies 1D.1 Analyze Science PASS scores to August .1. Science EVALUATION STRATEGY: 1D.

8 Gain effective science strategies reflect on strategies through school visits and research observed 18 .2 Explore effective strategies that August . plans and classroom observations and lesson plans 1D.5 Implement the use of Science August – June Science Notebooks Notebooks.June Meetings to discuss and 1D.June Weekly review of lesson targets differentiated instruction.7 Continue integration of technology August . Teaching to the Inquiry Skills) Weekly review of lesson 1D.2.2. AIMS.2.ACTION PLAN: Student Achievement.6 Provide Science Fair resources August – June Science Fair Projects 1D.June Weekly review of lesson assessments aligned with standards.4 Ensure use of Science Support August – June plans and classroom Document to create lessons and observations assessments.2. 1D.2. plans and classroom observations 1D. Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Source Indicators of Start/End Date Responsible Cost Implementation 1D. ETV streamline) observations August . Science EVALUATION STRATEGY: 1D.2.2. 1D.June Weekly review of lesson within science instruction (United plans and classroom Streamline videos.1 Continue to develop lessons and August . Thinking observations Maps.3 Utilize best practices and research August – June Weekly review of lesson based strategies in science (Science plans and classroom Kits.2 Identify and implement effective instructional strategies to improve student achievement in Science.2. Brainsmart.

2. attend conferences and workshops graduate credits. profession development logs. and agendas 19 .1D.9 Provide opportunities for teachers to August – June District Recertification points.

2% to an (desired result of average of 90. etc.1% 86.2% Target Target Target Target Target Target 2010 75.5% by 2009 – 2010.4% 83. Safe and Healthy Schools.) District Priority PERFORMANCE The percentage of students in grades 3 – 5 who score basic and above in Social GOAL:1E Studies as measured by the PASS will improve the current average of 81.7% 89% 90.SCHOOL RENEWAL PLAN FOR 2010-2016 DATE: April 2010 Performance Goal Area: X Student Achievement Teacher/Administrator Quality School Climate (Parent Involvement.3% * Represents projections of improvement 20 .8% 85.4% 87. DATA SOURCE(S): PASS Test OVERALL MEASURES: Average 2011* 2012* 2013* 2014* 2015* 2016* Baseline 2009 81.3% by 2016. student learning) INTERIM The percentage of students in grades 3 – 5 who score basic and above in Social PERFORMANCE Studies as measured by the PASS will improve the current average of 81.2% in 2008 GOAL: -2009 to an average of 82.

1 Analyze data to improve student achievement in Social Studies.June Principal PASS scores and data and PASS scores and data to Guidance Counselor meetings to discuss areas of identify student strengths Intervention concern and weaknesses to adapt Specialist curriculum and instruction Teacher Leader as appropriate Teachers Computer Facilitator 21 .ACTION PLAN: Student Achievement. 1E.1 Analyze Social Studies August .2 Utilize Social Studies August . Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Indicators of Start/End Responsible Cost Source Implementation Date . Social Studies EVALUATION STRATEGY: 1E.1.June Principal PASS scores and data analysis PASS scores and data to Guidance Counselor and conferences with teachers determine if any of the Intervention following are needed: Specialist Teacher Leader  Intervention Specialist Teachers Services Computer Facilitator  Regrouping  Reteaching  Differentiated instructional strategies 1E.1.

1 Continuer to develop August – June Teachers Weekly review of lesson plans and.4 Ensure use of Social August .June Principal Meetings to discuss and reflect on through school site visits Teacher Leader strategies and research Teachers Media Specialist Principal 22 .2.2 Explore effective August . lesson plans assessment classroom observations aligned with standards 1E.2 Identify and implement effective strategies to improve student achievement in Social Studies. novels) 1E.June Teachers Weekly review of lesson plans and Studies Support classroom observations Document to create lessons and assessments 1E.5 Continue integration of August . Brainpop.2.2.3 Utilize best practices and August – June Teachers Weekly review of lesson plans and research based strategies classroom observations in social studies (Brainsmart. Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Indicators of Implementation Start/End Responsible Cost Source Date 1E.ACTION PLAN Student Achievement.June Teachers Weekly review of lesson plans and technology within social classroom observations studies instruction (ETV Streamline SC.2. Thinking Maps.2.2. Social Studies EVALUATION STRATEGY: 1E. time lines.6 Gain effective strategies August . and PowerPoint) 1E.June Teachers Weekly review of lesson plans and strategies that Guidance classroom observations target differentiate Counselor instruction Teacher Leader Intervention Specialist 1E.

teachers to attend professional development logs.2011 Principal Lesson plans. graduate credits.2. and studies instruction for Teacher feedback from teachers 5th Grade 23 .7 Provide opportunities for August – June Teachers District Recertification points. 1E. classroom observations. and workshops and agendas conferences 1E.8 Reorganized social 2010 .2.

etc.SCHOOL RENEWAL PLAN FOR 2010-2016 DATE: April 2010 Performance Goal Area: Student Achievement X Teacher/Administrator Quality School Climate (Parent Involvement.) District Priority PERFORMANCE The Administrative Staff will continue to recruit and hire only Highly Qualified Teachers GOAL: 2 for their students. GOAL: DATA SOURCE(S): State Documented Certification OVERALL Average 2011* 2012* 2013* 2014* 2015* 2016* MEASURES: Baseline 100% 100%   100%      100%       100%      100%     100%    * Represents projections of improvement 24 . (desired result of student learning) INTERIM The Administrative Staff will continue to recruit and hire only Highly Qualified Teachers PERFORMANCE for their students. Safe and Healthy Schools.

ACTION PLAN: Teacher/Administrator Quality EVALUATION STRATEGY: 2.000 Title I Technology Department 2.1.000 . universities.June Principal $12.4 Implement school wide wireless August .2 Hire only highly qualified August – June Principal State documentation teachers 2.1.$15.3 Provide all teachers with a August – June Principal Classroom observations laptop $42. Recruitment Day consist of administrators interviewing potential teachers under the arrangements of the college staff 2.1 Maintain 100% highly qualified teachers.1. Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Indicators of Start/End Date Responsible Cost Source Implementation 2.1 Participate in Recruitment Days August – June Principal Documentation of at colleges.000 Title I Classroom observations network to better utilize Technology technology Department 25 .1. and interviews other career fairs.

26 .7% by 2009-2010. Safe and Healthy Schools.5% 84.) District Priority PERFORMANCE The percentage of parent survey responses who report satisfaction with learning GOAL: 3 environment climate.6% 2010 81.6% in 2008-2009 to an student learning) average of 90.2% 90.3% by 2016.3% * Represents projections of improvement . DATA SOURCE(S): State Survey.6% in 2008-2009 to an average of 83. as measured by an annual survey and reported on the state (desired result of report card will increase from the current average of 82.8% 85. INTERIM The percentage of parent survey responses who report satisfaction with learning PERFORMANCE environment.9% 87% 88. as reported on the state report card will increase from the current GOAL: average of 82.SCHOOL RENEWAL PLAN FOR 2010 . Annual School Report Card OVERALL MEASURES: Average 2011* 2012* 2013* 2014* 2015* 2016* Baseline 2009 82. etc.2016 DATE: April 2010 Performance Goal Area: Student Achievement Teacher/Administrator Quality X School Climate (Parent Involvement.1% 89.

2 Invite parents for Back-to School Night. Family Guidance Counselor website.1. e-mails.1. and/or school marquee Guidance Counselor increase in number Teacher Leader visiting school and Media Specialist classroom websites 3. personal contacts.3 Communicate with parents through  School-Website August . Parent/Teacher Conference Day. Handouts. Student Planners. Teachers copies of newsletters. Pin Guidance Counselor Club. Open August .1. Honor Roll Awards Program each Teachers newsletters. Christmas program and Teacher Leader calendar of events to chaperone for filed trips Media Specialist Lunch Room Manager 3.6 Recognize student successes through August – June Principal Awards Day. Website. Teacher Leader 27 .June Principal Teachers Sample documentation  Newsletters  PowerSchool Parent Portal  Teacher Correspondences – Study Guides. calls. etc. Friday Folders  PTO Workshops 3. letters. House.June Teachers Sign-In Sheet classroom activities PTO Members Newsletters 3.4 Provide multiple opportunities for parents to be involved in increasing their August –June Principal Documentation child’s academic progress Teachers 3.June Principal Sign-in Sheets. Newsletters.1. Honor Roll Program. school Reading Nights. school 9 weeks.1 Increase positive contacts through phone August . news.1.June Principal Communication logs. website. Lunch with Parents.5 Invite parent volunteers to assist with August .ACTION PLAN: School Climate – Parent/Guardian Satisfaction EVALUATION STRATEGY: 3.1 Increase positive contacts from school to parents/guardians as recorded on School Report Card Survey Activity Timeline Person Estimated Funding Source Indicators of Start/End Date Responsible Cost Implementation 3.1.

August . 3. interpretation of MAP score Teacher and student goal forms 28 .7 Provide parents with information on Teacher Leader dates of conference.1.June Principal Copy of parent letter.

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