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Avery Elementary School

Continuous Improvement Plan


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Mission Statement

In concert with family and community, the Hilliard City School District
will empower all graduates to thrive in the 21
st
Century.



Vision

The Hilliard City School District will be a school system centered around the students and the work provided to them.

The mission will be accomplished by:

Setting and enforcing high, measurable standards of performance

Ensuring that all students exhibit appropriate knowledge of the basic skills

Encouraging and empowering students to be critical thinkers, problem-solvers, responsible decision-makers and
communicators in the context of a diverse, changing global society

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Educational Purpose and Beliefs

The purpose of the Hilliard City School District is to enable students to become productive citizens in an ever-changing world by providing them
with quality work. Quality work is meaningful, engaging, challenging, compelling and satisfying; and causes students to acquire knowledge and
skills valued by both students and community.

Students and their work are the focus of all school activities

To develop all students potential, the Hilliard City School District will strive to provide them with quality work in a safe and caring
environment

The District will guide students in the pursuit of excellence in knowledge and skills and prepare them to become productive citizens in a
democratic society

The District will provide ongoing professional development for all staff, quality facilities, rich and abundant materials and up-to-date
equipment essential to continuous student improvement

A students value system begins with the family

Partnerships between home, school, and community are essential to student success



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Improvement Goals

Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize understanding and
capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Goal 2: Our stakeholders will develop a greater understanding of school finance and its challenges, as well as be continually informed and
updated on current and future activities concerning the finances of the Hilliard City School District.

Goal 3: Short and long-term housing options that address the needs of students will be identified and implemented.




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Historical Student Achievement Data
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
Reading Participation Met Did Not Meet Student Subgroups Missed
2007-2008 School Year X
2008-2009 School Year X
2009-2010 School Year X
2010-2011 School Year X
2011-2012 School Year X

Reading Achievement Met Did Not Meet Student Subgroups Missed
2007-2008 School Year X
2008-2009 School Year X
2009-2010 School Year X
2010-2011 School Year X
2011-2012 School Year X Economically Disadvantaged

Math Participation Met Did Not Meet Student Subgroups Missed
2007-2008 School Year X
2008-2009 School Year X
2009-2010 School Year X
2010-2011 School Year X
2011-2012 School Year X

Math Achievement Met Did Not Meet Student Subgroups Missed
2007-2008 School Year X
2008-2009 School Year X
2009-2010 School Year X
2010-2011 School Year X
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Historical Student Achievement Data
Value-Added Measure Above Expected Growth Met Expected Growth Below Expected
Growth
Reading 2008-2009 School Year
Grade 4 X
Grade 5 X
Math 2008-2009 School Year
Grade 4 X
Grade 5 X
Reading 2009-2010 School Year
Grade 4 X
Grade 5 X
Math 2009-2010 School Year
Grade 4 X
Grade 5 X
Reading 2010-2011 School Year
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Math 2010-2011 School Year
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Reading 2011-2012 School Year
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Math 2011-2012 School Year
Grade 4 TBD
Grade 5 TBD

2011-2012 Ohio Performance Indicators Met: 8 of 8

2011-2012 Ohio Local Report Card Rating: Excellent

2011-2012 Federal District Improvement Status: At Risk
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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21st century.

Objective 1: Student learning will be driven by the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Math and
English/Language Arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in Science and Social studies.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators (in identified grade levels/subject areas) will consistently implement the
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in math and English/language arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in science and
social studies.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
1. K-12 teachers will increase their understanding of the
CCSS in Math and English/Language Arts and Ohios
Academic Content Standards in Science and Social
Studies. (RttT)








Conversations with
data team
leaders/department
facilitators; data
team logs; model
curriculum
templates;
walkthroughs;
instructional
rounds;
implementation of
Number Talks (K-5)
Central office
directors,
principals,
coordinators,
instructional
leaders, department
facilitators, literacy
coaches, math
coaches; K-12
teachers


PD


PD


PD


PD
2. 2-3 teachers will begin implementation of the CCSS in
Math and English/Language Arts and Ohios Academic
Content Standards in Science and Social Studies through
the development of instructional units. (RttT)


Development of
instructional units;
walkthroughs;
instructional
rounds; data team
logs; peer
Central office
directors,
principals,
coordinators,
instructional
leaders, literacy


PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


10
Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21st century.

Objective 1: Student learning will be driven by the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Math and
English/Language Arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in Science and Social studies.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators (in identified grade levels/subject areas) will consistently implement the
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in math and English/language arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in science and
social studies.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May



feedback; sharing
of best practices
coaches, math
coaches; 2-3
teachers
3. Monitor the progress of K-1 implementation of CCSS
in Math and English/Language Arts and Ohios Academic
Content Standards in Science and Social Studies. (RttT)

Conversations with
data team leaders;
data team logs;
District trimester
curriculum maps;
aligned lessons and
resources;
walkthroughs;
instructional rounds

Central office
directors,
principals,
coordinators,
instructional
leaders





X


X


X


4. Refine K-1 instructional units to ensure alignment
with CCSS in Math and English/Language Arts and
Ohios Academic Content Standards in Science and Social
Studies.
Revised units
posted on
eCampus; evidence
of implementation;
data team logs;
sharing of best
Central office
directors,
principals,
coordinators,
instructional
leaders, literacy



X X X


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21st century.

Objective 1: Student learning will be driven by the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Math and
English/Language Arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in Science and Social studies.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators (in identified grade levels/subject areas) will consistently implement the
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in math and English/language arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in science and
social studies.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
practices coaches, math
coaches; K-1
teachers
5. Monitor the progress of 6
th
grade implementation of
CCSS in Math. (RttT)







Conversations with
data team leaders/
department
facilitators; data
team logs; District
curriculum maps;
walkthroughs;
instructional rounds

Central office
directors,
principals,
department
facilitators,
secondary
instructional leader,
6
th
grade math
teachers
X


X


X


6. 6
th
grade science teachers will implement the Ohio
Academic Content Standards in Science. (RttT)
Development of
instructional units;
classroom
walkthroughs;
instructional
rounds; formal
Central office
directors,
principals,
department
facilitators,
secondary
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21st century.

Objective 1: Student learning will be driven by the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Math and
English/Language Arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in Science and Social studies.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators (in identified grade levels/subject areas) will consistently implement the
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in math and English/language arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in science and
social studies.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
observations; data
team logs; peer
feedback; sharing
of best practices;
model curriculum
templates; revised
course of study
instructional leader,
6
th
grade science
teachers
7. 7
th
and 8
th
grade language arts teachers will
implement the CCSS in English/Language Arts. (RttT)

Development of
instructional units;
classroom
walkthroughs;
instructional
rounds; formal
observations; data
team logs; peer
feedback; sharing
of best practices;
model curriculum
Central office
directors,
principals,
department
facilitators,
instructional
leaders, 7
th
and 8
th

grade ELA teachers
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21st century.

Objective 1: Student learning will be driven by the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Math and
English/Language Arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in Science and Social studies.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators (in identified grade levels/subject areas) will consistently implement the
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in math and English/language arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in science and
social studies.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
templates; revised
course of study
8. 7
th
grade math teachers will begin implementation
of the CCSS in Math. (RttT)

Development of
instructional units;
classroom
walkthroughs;
instructional
rounds; formal
observations; data
team logs; peer
feedback; sharing
of best practices;
model curriculum
templates; revised
course of study
Central office
directors,
principals,
department
facilitators,
secondary
instructional leader,
7
th
grade math
teachers
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
9. Revise the Social Studies course of study in grades 6-12. Completed course
of study;
curriculum maps
Central office
directors,
principals,
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21st century.

Objective 1: Student learning will be driven by the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Math and
English/Language Arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in Science and Social studies.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators (in identified grade levels/subject areas) will consistently implement the
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in math and English/language arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in science and
social studies.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
department
facilitators,
instructional
leaders, 6
th
12
th

grade social studies
teachers








10. All content area teachers in grades 6-12 will
implement the literacy standards of the CCSS. (RttT)
Training developed
and implemented
by ECTC teachers
in collaboration
with department
facilitators;
walkthroughs;
instructional
rounds; data teams;
sharing of best
practices
Central office
directors,
principals,
coordinators,
instructional
leaders, 6-12
teachers, ECTC
trained teachers
X

PD
X X
11. Additional action steps to address individual building


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21st century.

Objective 1: Student learning will be driven by the implementation of the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in Math and
English/Language Arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in Science and Social studies.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators (in identified grade levels/subject areas) will consistently implement the
Common Core State Standards (CCSS) in math and English/language arts and Ohios Academic Content Standards in science and
social studies.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
needs:
12.
13.




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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 2: Students will demonstrate understanding of academic content through the use of a balanced assessment system designed
to drive instruction.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will understand and utilize a variety of assessment tools to monitor student
academic progress, design future instruction, and plan interventions.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec
.-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
1. Continue to develop, refine, and align common
formative assessments to CCSS in Math and
English/Language Arts and Ohios Academic Content
Standards in Science and Social Studies. (2020)



Expanded bank of
assessments created
and posted on
eCampus;
discussion of
assessment
use/results in data
teams; common
middle school/high
school assessments
in credited courses
Central office
directors,
principals,
coordinators,
instructional
leaders, department
facilitators, data
team leaders,
instructional
technology staff,
teachers


PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
2. Use assessment results (i.e., common formative
assessments, diagnostic assessments, OAA, OGT, DMA,
MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, etc.) to drive instructional
design and impact intervention decisions.



Vertical
conversations; data
team logs
identifying
curricular gaps,
instructional next
steps, and
Principals,
department
facilitators, data
team leaders,
literacy coaches,
math coaches,
teachers
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 2: Students will demonstrate understanding of academic content through the use of a balanced assessment system designed
to drive instruction.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will understand and utilize a variety of assessment tools to monitor student
academic progress, design future instruction, and plan interventions.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec
.-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May








intervention
decisions; flexible
grouping; use of
gradual release
model;
walkthroughs;
instructional
rounds
3. Conduct a K-12 assessment audit in preparation for
OTES. (RttT)
Recommendations
from the audit
Central office
directors,
instructional
leaders

X


X


X


X


4. Explore the expanded implementation of MAP
(Math K-2; Reading 5; Science - 6).
Recommended
implementation
plan
Central office
directors,
instructional
leaders, principals,
X


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 2: Students will demonstrate understanding of academic content through the use of a balanced assessment system designed
to drive instruction.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will understand and utilize a variety of assessment tools to monitor student
academic progress, design future instruction, and plan interventions.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec
.-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
math coaches,
literacy coaches
5. Continue the implementation of the Math DMA
assessment in grades K-2 and utilize data to inform
instructional decisions.
DMA results;
intentional planning
and identification
of interventions
Central office
directors,
principals, math
coaches


PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
6. Create Student Learning Objectives (SLOs) aligned
to the CCSS and state/national academic standards
and design/select assessments (performance-based,
portfolio, traditional, etc.) for non-tested content areas.
(RttT)
SLOs; assessments
(student growth
measures)
Central office
directors,
instructional
leaders, math
coaches, literacy
coaches, teachers
X X X
7. Develop an awareness of college and career
readiness standards/skills through an emphasis on the
characteristics of highly effective students and
assessments such as PLAN, EXPLORE, and PARCC
at all grade levels. (2020/RttT)
Explore/Plan
results; state-
provided PARCC
questions; pilot
participation;
Central office
directors,
principals,
guidance
counselors,
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 2: Students will demonstrate understanding of academic content through the use of a balanced assessment system designed
to drive instruction.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will understand and utilize a variety of assessment tools to monitor student
academic progress, design future instruction, and plan interventions.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec
.-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May




highly effective
student
characteristic
K-12 continuum
teachers
8. Develop and implement a district-wide practice for
effective grading, homework, and class ranking practices
and policies. (2020)




Completed policy Central office
directors, principals,
department
facilitators,
instructional
leaders, working
committee
X X

PD
X


9. Expand the use of the Performance Matters IIS
through data analysis and the creation of assessments
in the system. (RttT)
Implementation/PD
plan for IIS;
assessments
Central office
directors,
principals,
instructional
leaders, technology
dept., teachers
X X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 2: Students will demonstrate understanding of academic content through the use of a balanced assessment system designed
to drive instruction.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will understand and utilize a variety of assessment tools to monitor student
academic progress, design future instruction, and plan interventions.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec
.-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
10. Implement state-required physical education
assessments, grades K-12.
Completed
assessments
Central office
directors,
principals,
Instructional
Leaders, PE
teachers

PD
X X X
11. Additional action steps to address individual building
needs:



12.
13.








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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 3: Student learning will be maximized through the implementation of differentiated teaching strategies, the utilization of a
variety of interventions, and the monitoring of instructional practice.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will understand and use research-based instructional and leadership best
practices identified to have a significant impact on student learning.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
1. Continue to implement the Response to Intervention
(RTI) framework in all grade levels and explore a
common progress monitoring tool.







Progressing
monitoring data;
flexible grouping;
use of gradual
release model;
classroom
walkthroughs;
instructional
rounds; data team
logs
Central office
directors,
coordinators,
principals, teachers,
data team leaders,
psychologists,
department
facilitators


PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 3: Student learning will be maximized through the implementation of differentiated teaching strategies, the utilization of a
variety of interventions, and the monitoring of instructional practice.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will understand and use research-based instructional and leadership best
practices identified to have a significant impact on student learning.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
2. Continue to refine data team practices by placing an
emphasis on cause data. Examine instructional design,
the use of interventions, implementation of best practices,
and collaborative scoring.
Building
conversations with
data team leaders;
data team logs
identifying
curricular gaps,
implementation of
interventions and
best practices (7
characteristics,
Marzano, Hattie
research, etc.), and
instructional next
steps
Central office
directors,
principals,
department
facilitators,
intervention
teachers, data team
leaders


PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
3. Refine implementation of the district data team to
progress monitor district initiatives.
Meeting agendas;
data team logs to
reflect level of
implementation,
Central office
directors, principals
X X X X


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 3: Student learning will be maximized through the implementation of differentiated teaching strategies, the utilization of a
variety of interventions, and the monitoring of instructional practice.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will understand and use research-based instructional and leadership best
practices identified to have a significant impact on student learning.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
resource needs, etc.
4. Differentiated teaching strategies will be implemented
to meet the instructional needs of all students through
continual emphasis on the gradual release model and
implementation plans for power students.







Classroom
walkthroughs;
instructional rounds;
formal observations;
sharing of best
practices;
implementation of
Literacy
Collaborative
Framework; use
of intervention
programming
(Imagine Learning
[ELL], Stevenson
model [special
education],
Central office
directors,
principals,
instructional
leaders, department
facilitators, literacy
coaches, math
coaches, teachers


PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 3: Student learning will be maximized through the implementation of differentiated teaching strategies, the utilization of a
variety of interventions, and the monitoring of instructional practice.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will understand and use research-based instructional and leadership best
practices identified to have a significant impact on student learning.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
Phonics First,
LLI, READ 180,
etc.)
5. Expand instructional round model to include
teachers observing their colleagues both inside and
outside of their schools and content areas.

Expand instructional round model for principals to
observe instructional practices outside of their schools.




Teacher reflections
in data team
meetings;
collection and
analysis of data
through on-line
round tool; sharing
of data during
district data team
meetings
Principals,
department
facilitators,
instructional
leaders, math
coaches, literacy
coaches, data team
leaders
X X X
6. High school department facilitators will continue to
model effective differentiation and coach members of the
department in best practices. (2020)

Videotaping;
instructional
rounds; department
facilitator meetings
Central office
directors,
principals,
department



X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


25

Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 3: Student learning will be maximized through the implementation of differentiated teaching strategies, the utilization of a
variety of interventions, and the monitoring of instructional practice.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will understand and use research-based instructional and leadership best
practices identified to have a significant impact on student learning.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing Evidence
of Progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May






conversation /
collaboration;
coaching logs;
collaborative work
with ECTC
teachers
facilitators,
instructional
leaders
7. Implement the Ohio Teacher Resident Educator
Program for year 1 and year 2 teachers. (RttT)
Mentor training by
ODE staff; regular
monthly meetings
Central office
directors;
instructional
leaders
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
8. Additional action steps to address individual building
needs:

9.
10.




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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 4: Student learning will be enhanced by 21
st
century instructional practices and habits of mind that embrace creativity,
critical thinking, communication, and collaboration.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will consistently implement 21
st
century curriculum design.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing
monitoring of
progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
1. Deepen understanding and implementation of the
seven characteristics of highly effective leaders,
teachers, and students.
Training in Habits
of Mind; evidence
of implementation
in daily practice;
walkthroughs;
instructional
rounds; data team
logs; parent
workshops
Central office
directors,
coordinators,
principals,
instructional
leaders,
department
facilitators,
teachers


PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
2. Continue to implement Project Based Learning (PBL)
units and train K-12 teachers and administrators in PBL
instructional design. (2020)
PBL unit library on
district WIKI; PBL
cohort meetings;
development of
interdisciplinary
PBL units;
classroom
walkthroughs;
instructional rounds;
formal observations;
Central office
directors,
principals,
instructional
leaders,
department
facilitators, data
team leaders,
teachers


PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD


27

Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 4: Student learning will be enhanced by 21
st
century instructional practices and habits of mind that embrace creativity,
critical thinking, communication, and collaboration.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will consistently implement 21
st
century curriculum design.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing
monitoring of
progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
collaborative
conversations during
data team meetings;
district data team
logs; District-wide
Collaborative
Meetings
3. Continue to implement Exemplar problem solving
experiences in K-5 math classrooms.
Student work
samples; data team
logs; use of
common rubric;
collaborative
scoring
Principals, math
coaches, teachers,
SUM group
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
4. Continue middle school curriculum alignment project
and plan for 2013-2014 implementation. (2020)
New middle school
curriculum plan;
district data team
logs

Central office
directors,
secondary
instructional
leader, district
literacy
X X X X


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 4: Student learning will be enhanced by 21
st
century instructional practices and habits of mind that embrace creativity,
critical thinking, communication, and collaboration.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will consistently implement 21
st
century curriculum design.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing
monitoring of
progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
coordinator,
middle school
principals
5. Continue to explore expansion of college credit
opportunities for high school students. (2020)
Additional dual
enrollment course
offerings; satellite
courses; articulation
agreements;
district data team
logs
Central office
directors, post-
secondary
counselor, high
school principals
X X X X
6. Refine and expand the four year planning process for
high school (i.e., course selection, career exploration,
senior capstone experience, on-line scheduling, high
school bell schedule, JR/SR year, and the role of the
guidance counselor). (2020)
Creation of four
year plans for 8
th

grade students; use
of on-line
scheduling tool;
senior capstone
options; district
data team logs;
reform plan
Central office
directors,
secondary
instructional
leader, principals,
guidance
counselors



X


X X


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 4: Student learning will be enhanced by 21
st
century instructional practices and habits of mind that embrace creativity,
critical thinking, communication, and collaboration.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will consistently implement 21
st
century curriculum design.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing
monitoring of
progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
7. Implement the performing arts course of study in
grades K-5. Continue to revise the performing arts
course of study in grades 6-12.
Completed course
of study revision;
KASAB for K-5
performing arts
course of study
Central office
directors,
instructional
leaders, Mark
Sholl, curriculum
committee
members
X X X X
8. Research and develop K-12 programming for the
Innovative Learning Center (i.e. foreign language
exploration, after school enrichment, elementary
online options, expanded high school online course
options, Teacher Academy, Entrepreneurship
Academy, etc.). (2020)
Implementation
plan
Central office
directors, capstone
advisors, district-
level counselors,
instructional
leaders, Tolles
liaisons
X X X X
9. Develop an implementation plan for an elementary
capstone project. Finalize the senior capstone
experience. (2020)
Elementary
implementation
plan; final senior
capstone options
Central office
directors, principals,
capstone advisors,
district-level
counselors,
X X X X


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Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 4: Student learning will be enhanced by 21
st
century instructional practices and habits of mind that embrace creativity,
critical thinking, communication, and collaboration.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will consistently implement 21
st
century curriculum design.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing
monitoring of
progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May


working committee
10. Develop a professional development and
implementation plan for innovative teaching strategies
(i.e. flipped/hybrid instruction, digital portfolios,
online, distance, etc.). (2020)
Professional
development plan;
Implementation
plan; On-line
training
opportunities
Central office
directors,
principals,
instructional
leaders, technology
department,
teachers

X


X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
11. Revise the following courses of study: Foreign
Language, Physical Education
Revised Courses of
Study
Central office
directors,
instructional
leaders, foreign
language teachers,
physical education
teachers



X


X


X




31

Goal 1: Student achievement will increase through effective curriculum design and instructional best practice that maximize
understanding and capacity to thrive in the 21
st
century.

Objective 4: Student learning will be enhanced by 21
st
century instructional practices and habits of mind that embrace creativity,
critical thinking, communication, and collaboration.

Adult Implementation Indicator(s): 100% of educators will consistently implement 21
st
century curriculum design.

Student Performance Indicator(s): 100% of students will demonstrate growth on classroom assessments, District level assessments
(i.e., Fountas & Pinnell, DMA, MAP, EXPLORE, PLAN, Checkpoint Writing Assessments, Common Formative & Summative
Assessments), and State assessments (i.e., OAA, OGT).
Implementation Details
Action Steps


Ongoing
monitoring of
progress
Person(s)
Responsible/
Group(s)
Implementation Timeline
June
-
Aug.
Sept.
-
Nov.
Dec.
-
Feb.
Mar.
-
May
12. Develop and implement professional development
opportunities for district administrators (i.e. iBrain
Seminar, Leadership Academy, Innovation Academy,
Curriculum & Instruction Webinar Series, technology
skills [e.g., Web 2.0, social media, video conferencing,
eCampus]. (2020)
PD plan,
Implementation
plan, participation
logs
Central office
directors,
principals,
technology staff
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD
X

PD

13. Continue to study the curricular impact of options
identified by the Student Housing Committee. (2020)




Implementation
timeline and plan
for key findings

Central office
directors,
principals, teachers,
parents, community
members
X X X X
14. Additional action steps to address individual building
needs:

15.
16.