Increase the percent of students who meet or exceed proficiency targets on each state achievement test and on district proficiency grading systems.
- Continue improving on the AVID implementation rubric.
- Emphasize a growth mindset.
- Implement the High Impact Teaching and
Learning Strategies (WICOR).
- Utilize strategies to achieve 90%
attendance for each student, including
positive communication with parents and students.
- Have instructional teams meet on a regular basis to review students’ scores from tests in order to
assess each student’s progress in reading, writing and math.
- Targeted and accelerated instruction is based on academic data.
- Provide tutoring and enrichment through after-school programs.
- Support student learning through summer school programs.
- Partner throughout the school year with students and parents to set and implement K-8 individual student learning and growth targets.
- Help 9-12 students partner throughout the school year with parents and counselors to build a 10-year plan that charts their journey through high school and post-secondary education or training into the
- Promote student learning through the Professional Growth and Evaluation System.
Increase the percent of high school graduates from one year to the next.
- Implement the AVID effective instructional reading strategies to achieve Common Core State Standards in literacy.
- Clearly communicate with students and families about what students are expected to learn and do to reach proficiency.
- Develop a district-wide culture centered around “all students being everyone’s responsibility.”
- Identify at-risk students and provide supports necessary for their success.
- Implement relevant required curriculum (most current district content adoptions) with agreed-upon supplemental materials.
- Implement extended day and/or year plans for students not meeting requirements at grade level.
- Improve in-building and cross-building student transitions.
- Utilize the Tyler Pulse data warehouse (grades and attendance) at grade report time to identify students at risk for failure/dropout K-12.
2. Collaborative Excellence
Parent satisfaction is improved as measured by an
increase in the percentage who give their children’s schools an A or B grade on conference surveys.
- Establish effective systematic two-way
communication between parents, community, and schools, through personal calls and staff training.
- Track effectiveness of communication via survey’s, parent calls and quality checks.
- Increase and acknowledge community and parent
involvement in all schools.
- Set up multiple opportunities for students to improve
Klamath Falls through student service projects at all age levels.
- Improve the district marketing plan by using innovative ideas and perspectives.
PLC implementation is effectively utilized so that at each grade level the following is true:
- PLC’s plan for Core instruction that includes interventions and enrichments for each student.
- High impact, effective teaching strategies are shared among teachers.
- PLC pacing is followed by all.
- Effectively use the PLC process to create formative assessments, analyze student outcomes and make adjustments to instruction based on the results.
3. Operational Excellence
- Monitor Excellence Indicator progress and use results to drive improvements.
- All areas of the district utilize the PDSA process to drive improvement.
- Effectively implement the new teacher and administrator evaluation plans so that the percentage of those being evaluated indicate the new tools and processes have helped them improve their performance.