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Larchmont Elementary School

School Improvement Plan

At Larchmont, we are always working to improve for the sake of our students. 


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Here are some highlights:


Academic Excellence

Target Areas: 5th Grade Reading

Our Current Reality: 50% of 5th grade students scored proficient or advanced on the Fall 2016 DRA2 Assessment.

Our SMART Goal: The percent of 5th grade students scoring proficient or advanced on the Spring DRA2 Assessment will be 70% by May 2017 as measured by the Spring DRA2 Assessment given April 2017.


Target Areas: 5th Grade Math

Our Current Reality: 14% of 5th graders scored proficient on the Fall iReady Math Assessment.

Our SMART Goal: 50% of 5th grade students will score proficient on the Spring iReady Math Assessment by June 2017.


Partn​​erships

Our Current Reality: See 2015-2016 data in the full School Improvement Plan​ 

SMART Goal:  Attendance will increase 10% from 2015-2016 to 2016-2017 at Community Events such as Open House, MathNificent/Math Mondays, Pastries with Parents, SBA Family Night, Camp Seymour Family Night, and Celebration of Learning, in addition to membership in PTA.


Early Learning

Target Areas: 3rd Grade Reading

Our Current Reality: 19% of 3rd grade students scored proficient or advanced on the Fall 2016 DRA2 Assessment.

Our SMART Goal: The percent of 3rd grade students scoring proficient or advanced on the Spring DRA2 Assessment will be 52% by June 2016 as measured by the DRA2 Assessment given May 2017. 


Target Areas: 3rd Grade Math

Our Current Reality: 16% of 3rd graders scored proficient on the Fall iReady Math Assessment.

Our SMART Goal: 50% of 3rd grade students will score proficient on the Spring iReady Math Assessment by June 2017.


Safety 

To create and maintain safe learning environments that promote academic achievement

Target Areas:   Discipline Referrals

Our Current Reality:  There were 142 discipline referrals during the 2015-2016 school year.

Our SMART Goal​l: The number of discipline referrals will be less than 114 as measured by data collected on June 2017.

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