School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

Marshall Road Elementary School, 2017-2018

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Language Arts

All students will be literate, able to obtain, understand, analyze, integrate, communicate and apply knowledge and skills to achieve success in school and in life. Academic progress in the core disciplines will be measured to ensure that all students, regardless of race, poverty, language or disability, will graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary for college and/or employment, effectively eliminating achievement gaps.

Strategy 1  

  • Continue to strengthen our LA workshop to reflect Columbia Teacher’s College Institute’s philosophy applied to the FCPS LA pacing guide.

Strategy 2

  • Engage in the Collaborative Team Cycle with job-embedded Professional Development, coaching and modeling

Strategy 3

  • The school will continue to use a structured identification process for all students at-risk of failing or in need of targeted intervention to ensure timely intervention based on levels of need.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Math

All students will be literate, able to obtain, understand, analyze, integrate, communicate and apply knowledge and skills to achieve success in school and in life. Academic progress in the core disciplines will be measured to ensure that all students, regardless of race, poverty, language or disability, will graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary for college and/or employment, effectively eliminating achievement gaps.

Strategy 1

  • Job embedded professional development focusing on mathematics best practices for teaching and learning related to the new pacing guide will be provided through CTs, and individual coaching to develop and strengthen current mathematics practices.

Strategy 2

  • Refine Math Workshop to include focus on conceptual knowledge and a continuum of developmental strategies to solve a variety of problems and build number sense.

Strategy 3

  • The school will use a structured identification process for all students at risk of failing or in need of targeted intervention to ensure timely intervention. 

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: PBL

 All students will be literate, able to obtain, understand, analyze, integrate, communicate and apply knowledge and skills to achieve success in school and in life. Academic progress in the core disciplines will be measured to ensure that all students, regardless of race, poverty, language or disability, will graduate with the knowledge and skills necessary for college and/or employment, effectively eliminating achievement gaps.