School Strategic Plan School Name Dunleith Elementary School

School Strategic Plan School Name Dunleith Elementary School

School Strategic Plan School Name Dunleith Elementary School Year 2018-2019 Members Mr. Mosley, Principal Dr. Brown-Miller, Assistant Principal Mr. Gruthrie, Assistant Principal Dr. Johnson, Academic Coach Mrs. Roesener, Academic Coach Dr. Alexander, MTSS Coordinator Mrs. McClain, Kindergarten Ms. Butler, SGT Mrs. Kleckley, Second Ms. Moody, Third Ms. Saunders, Fourth Ms. Bryant, Fifth Mr. Frisbie, Specials Ms. Lemoine, ESOL Mrs. Wrobel, SGT Mr. Lenane, Sped Needs Analysis ELA: EOG Levels of Proficiency Math: EOG Levels of Proficiency NBT = Number and Operations Base Ten OA = Operations and Algebraic Thinking Initiatives: What will we do to achieve success? Outcomes/Goals: What will success look like for our school? (Smart Goals) Strategic Plan: At Dunleith Elementary 50% of third through fifth graders will score at the proficient and distinguished level in Mathematics as measured by the Georgia Milestones End-of-Grade Assessment. Increase the numbers of and retain highly qualified teachers along with employing staff members with additional certifications to meet the needs of our diverse population.

Increase and develop the number of community partnerships to provide services, support and establish opportunities to build a culture of collaboration and community between home and school. Ensure financial efficiency and equity of programs and supports to meet the needs of all students. At Dunleith Elementary 50% of third through fifth graders will score at the proficient and distinguished level in ELA as measured by the Georgia Milestones End-of-Grade Assessment. Increase professional learning opportunities for all staff members to meet the needs of all students while supporting their social and emotional needs. Increase the attendance and number of opportunities for students, families to engage in academic and social experiences by providing community and family services. Ensure financial efficiency with implementation of program funding through the 21st Century Program to support student academic and social needs. Provide PL for number talks, workshop model, guided math, and use of manipulatives and models Use GloSS to identify students strategies and provide intervention Use Reflex Math to increase students math fluency Retain at least 90% of the current staff while simultaneously providing opportunities for all members of the staff to provide certification add-ons. Increase participate in community events and increase the number of partnerships to be apart the Dunleith family. Continue to employ tutors and purchase resources to meet the focused demands of students. Provide PL for Writing through the Lucy Calkins Units of Study curriculum Provide PL for Language instruction to improve the decoding and word recognition skills required for reading

comprehension Provide opportunities for teachers and staff members to attend trainings and professional development opportunities as they become available throughout the year. Providing service providers and supports for families through parent universities, social-emotional supports and implementation of wrap-around services. Follow state and monitoring guidelines to ensure that we are in compliance and operating at full capacity. Initiatives: What will we do to achieve success? Balanced Math Learning Initiatives Balanced Literacy Learning Initiatives Strategic Plan: [School Name] Critical actions: What major actions will we complete and by when? Evidence of progress: How will we know that the initiative is working? (Timeline) Provide opportunities for on-site and offsite professional learning to support the needs of the various supports, interventions and programs identified to meet student needs: Number Talks Guided Math & Small Group Instruction Use of manipulatives and models beginning in pre-planning and continuing throughout the school year. Provide school-wide GloSS implementation Reflex Math Symphony Math Math In Practice Model Lessons Provide continually bi-monthly PL for number talks, workshop model, guided math, and use of manipulatives and models to teach math. Provide opportunities for teachers to attend professional learning on math instructional strategies and number talks. Provide GloSS training to all teachers and provide teachers with and training on how

to use intervention resources. Monitoring student progress through data meetings and PLCs and data-digs. Common Assessment reviews MAP Assessments Symphony Math Frequent Common Assessments GLoSS Assessment Quarterly Post-Assessments to measure writing progress F&P benchmark Assessments MAP reading Assessments Lexia weekly reports Provide opportunities for on-site and off-site professional learning to support the needs of the various supports, interventions and programs identified to meet student needs: Daily Implementation of Balanced Literacy & Guided Reading Implementation of Writing Units of Study with fidelity Lexia daily support for EL students Leveled Library resources Consistent student monitoring through frequent formative assessments Outcomes: What will success look if we provide opportunities for all children (student groups)? Students will meet expected growth as identified through the MAP Assessment. Increased number of EL students and Students with Disabilities will move from Developing to Distinguished learners. Students will meet expected growth as identified through the MAP Assessment. Increased number of EL students and Students with Disabilities will move from Developing to Distinguished learners. Students in Lexia will show continual growth from week to week

5 Initiatives: What will we do to achieve success? Critical actions: What major actions will we complete and by when? Ensure that all staff members are highly qualified (2018-2019) Work to ensure that all staff members have current and valid certifications in the area that they currently serve (20182019) Evidence of progress: How will we know that the initiative is working? (Timeline) Staff Surveys Professional Development Staff Observations Yearly reports of staff retention Human Resource Support with current certification status of all employees Staff Retention Professional Development Strategic Plan: [School Name] Provide staff members with opportunities to take advantage of certification add on classes and endorsement classes Allow all staff members access to professional development and training held through the district Staff members will attend trainings and begin to add on certifications Staff members becoming facilitators of learning for their colleagues Professional Development structured by needs assessment and staff survey Outcomes: What will success look if we provide opportunities for all children (student groups)? Retention of staff to represent the diversity of the school and community. Retention of 80% of current staff

By the end of the 2018 -2019 school year, each staff member will have met their professional goal and attended a minimum of one professional learning opportunity. 6 Initiatives: What will we do to achieve success? Building Partnerships Establish Community and Family Services Strategic Plan: [School Name] Critical actions: What major actions will we complete and by when? Academic Nights Family Engagement Events Parenting Classes Language Classes Family Support Programs Transitioning Services Community Outreach Volunteer Events Attendance Incentives Establish Partnerships with community based organizations to support the basic needs for families Social Emotional Supports Social Service Providers for families Food Pantry Clothes Closet Washer/Dryer Wrap Around Services Evidence of progress: How will we know that the initiative is working? (Timeline)

Reduced Student Mobility Two-Way Communication Increased Parent Surveys Student Surveys Event Attendance Parent Participation Survey of needs Parent University Climate Survey Principal Parent Panel Outcomes: What will success look if we provide opportunities for all children (student groups)? Increase the number of partnerships by 50% to represent the diverse population at Dunleith Elementary. Ensure that all student subgroups are represented through supporting PTA membership representation and increase specific services to support the cultural needs by 25%. 7 Initiatives: What will we do to achieve success? Critical actions: What major actions will we complete and by when? Tutors Supplemental Materials Professional Development Fiscal Alignment with Critical Needs Field Trips Evidence of progress: How will we know that the initiative is working? (Timeline) Lesson Plans Classroom Observations

Performance Based Activities Formative/Summative Assessments Collaborative Meetings Teacher Talks Book Studies Outcomes: What will success look if we provide opportunities for all children (student groups)? Increased Student Achievement Increased Attendance Alignment of spending with student needs Classroom Resources Final year of the 21st Century Grant Scheduled State Monitoring Full Implementation Year Tutors Full Implementation of 21st Century Program Hands-On Learning Experiences Social Learning Opportunities 21st Century Student attendance and student participation will represent all subgroups, while systematically providing academic needs as an extension of the traditional school day. Exposure to innovation, arts and STEM activities Strategic Plan: [School Name] 8 Charter Funding - Strategic Support -SGT Request FormSchool: Dunleith Amount Requested: 35,890 Date of SGT Approval/Vote1: SSept.13 & Sept. 18 Strategic Alignment: Explain how your proposed use of charter funds aligns to your school improvement plan (and/or the district strategic plan) and the long-term outcomes or goals highlighted in your plan. The use of charter funds provides the leverage needed to support teachers in providing students with optimal opportunities to access their education equally. Charter Funds will assist with providing

teachers with opportunities to create experiences, level the playing field and make connections that ultimately relate back to standards. Each experience will support one of not all of the core subjects of ELA, Math, Science and Social Studies coupled with a focus on mindset and social interactions. Funding Activities: Use the table below to state the project activities, strategic alignment, anticipated outcomes and long-term impact for your students. Implementation: (Project Activities including any Enhanced Roles2) Strategic Plan Alignment: Program Effectiveness: (Project Outcomes) Program Impact: (Long-term Outcomes) Budget: Teacher Grants Increase the number of opportunities to provide students with focused instructional supports to meet their varying academic needs. Increase the opportunities for students to engage in learning and social experiences by providing opportunities to link students learning with core academic curriculum. Support the immediate needs of the students and teachers to ensure equal access to educational resources. 10,000 Grade Level Grants Increase the number of opportunities to provide students with focused instructional supports to meet their varying academic needs. Increase the opportunities for students to engage in learning and social experiences by providing opportunities to link students learning with core academic curriculum Support the immediate needs of the students and teachers to ensure equal access to educational resources 5,890 Field Trips Increase the number of opportunities to provide students with focused instructional supports to meet their varying academic needs. Increase the opportunities for students to engage in learning and social experiences by providing opportunities to link students learning with core academic curriculum

Support the immediate needs of the students and teachers to ensure equal access to educational resources 10,000 Science/Math Increase the percentage of students scoring proficient and/or distinguished by 5% on the 2019 EOG Milestones Math Assessment Increase the opportunities for students to engage in learning and social experiences by providing opportunities to link students learning with core academic curriculum Provide instructional supports for student labs, classroom activities and exploratory experiences for all students. 10,000 Charter Funding - Strategic Support -SGT Request Form (continued) Evaluation/RO3I: How will you measure your project results? For each of the project outcomes and long-term outcomes listed above, indicate how you will measure your results. Initiatives identified in this form must be presented at the end of the school year and documented in the SGT meeting minutes. All data collection will be used using MAP for all grade levels and EOG for grades 3-5. SGT Chair Signature Principal Signature Superintendent (or Designee) Signature Date SGT approval of Charter Funding requests must be reflected in the SGT minutes. All Enhanced Roles must be reflected in the attached 2018-19 Enhanced Roles excel file, which must be submitted with this form. 3 Initiatives identified in this form must be presented at the end of the school year and documented in the SGT meeting minutes. 1 2 APPENDIX A Budget Template 1 Schoolwide School Improvement PlanCombining Funds How the school will meet the Intent and Purpose of each funding source? Please indicate the programs and items that will be supported with your consolidated funds. Make sure the programs/items meet the intent and purpose of each program. Attach template for EACH school consolidating funds to the Consolidated Application. District Name: Marietta City Schools Fiscal Year: 2018-2019 School Name: Dunleith Elementary

Date Submitted: 9/21/18 Revised: 11/29/18 Grade Level: K-5 Describe how the Intent and Purpose for each consolidated funding source will be met by the school Program Intent and Purpose Statement Title I, Part A Improve academic achievement through parent involvement activities , parent liaison, focused academic and behavior interventions, data driven interventio ns, small group instruction, writing units of study, and web-based resources to support content learning Title II, Part A Improve teacher quality through mentor/induction program, professional development in targeted instructional areas, ongoing job embedded professional development using professional learning communities and extended planning focused on curriculum design and instr uctional strategi es Title III, Part A Improve English proficiency and achievement of English Learners through professional development on differentiation of instruction, focused intervention time , small group instruction , ACCESS data analysis, and WIDA standards training Title IV, Part A Provide students with access to well-rounded education through technology integration , preventive truancy resources, community partnerships, PBIS framework, social/emotional behavior support, and school safety training Signatures: Title I Director _____________________________ Date ___________ Title II Director ______________________________ Date _______________ Title III Director _____________________________ Date ___________ Superintendent _____________________________ Date _______________ Principal Date ___________ _____________________________

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