School Improvement and Innovation Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

FCPS Engage, Inspire, Thrive

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2019-20

Hayfield Secondary School

Region 3

Martin Grimm, Principal

 

 

     

    End of Year SMARTR Outcome

    End of Year SMARTR Outcome

    By June 2020, the percentage of students at Hayfield Secondary School, who are identified in the Students with Disabilities gap sub-group  and who achieve a passing score, will increase by 5% as measured by the State of Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) Math Assessments.

    Strategy 1

    Students will engage in real-world problem-solving skills and student-centered learning activities in order to be prepared for life skills outside of Hayfield Secondary School.

    Strategy 2

    Students who have been identified as needing additional support in mathematics will be identified and will participate in intervention courses.

    Strategy 3

    Students with disabilities will receive high quality instruction.

     

    End of Year SMARTR Outcome

    By June 2020, the percentage of students at Hayfield Secondary School, who are identified in the Students with Disabilities gap sub-groups ( who achieve a passing score, will increase by 5% as measured by the State of Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL) English Reading and Writing Assessments.

    Strategy 1

    Students will engage in reading, writing, and student-centered learning activities in order to be prepared for life skills outside of Hayfield Secondary School.

    Strategy 2

    Students who have been identified as needing additional support in English will be identified and will participate in intervention courses.

    Strategy 3

    Middle School students will be provided rigorous writing opportunities to prepare and strengthen their writing skills and readiness for high school.

     

    End of Year SMARTR Outcome

    By the end of the 2019-20 school year, 90% of all 11th grade Young Scholars currently enrolled in at least one advanced academics (AA) course will find success in at least one AA course with a grade of “C” or above.  Ninety percent of all 11th grade Young Scholars will enroll in at least one AA course for the 2020-21 school year. Ninety percent of all 11th grade Young Scholars will prepare for their post-secondary careers as measured by attendance at a minimum of two career center sponsored lessons and/or events.

    Strategy 1

    Inform, Identify & Recognize:  Students, families, and teachers will continue to be informed about the mission, qualifications, and membership process for the Young Scholars Program.

    Strategy 2

    Support Student Success:  Students will receive additional support through placement in an enrichment SOAR class and mentorship from AP Teachers.

    Strategy 3

    Enroll:  Students will be informed through their course selection conversations with counselors, teachers, mentors and peers what classes are available and will be encouraged to select advanced academic classes if they are prepared for the challenge.

    Strategy 4

    Post-Secondary Readiness:  11th grade Young Scholars will be given additional opportunities to receive support in making decisions and preparations for post-secondary education.

     

    End of Year SMARTR Outcome

    By the end of the 2019-2020 school year, the percentage of parents who feel that they receive enough information from this school about what I can do at home to help my child improve his or her learning, as measured by our EOY parent survey, will increase from 65% to 70%.  By the end of the 2019-2020 school year, the percentage of parents who feel that our school encourages parents and educators to share information such as student strengths and learning preferences, as measured by our EOY parent survey, will increase from 74% to 79%.

    Strategy 1

    The school will develop and execute a community engagement plan focused on increasing communication with parents and facilitating dialogue with parents about their students.