School Improvement Plan
Goal 2: Whole Child, Thriving, Confident, Responsible Individuals
Focus Area: No Exclusionary Discipline
Spring 2022: 92% of Open Doors scholars have received no exclusionary discipline
Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: All groups are above 96%
Focus Area: Regular Attendance
Spring 2022: 72% of Open Doors scholars attended school regularly.
Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: All groups are above 90% in regular attendance.
Implement a guaranteed and viable social-emotional curriculum for all schools and classrooms representative of all scholars.
Conduct family and scholar surveys/forums to elevate scholar voice to measure scholar engagement and empowerment through parent and scholar advisories, student focus groups, summits, and scholar insight sessions.
Collaborate with families in authentic ways (e.g. Parent Advisories, Family Academies, Family Nights, translated materials, videos in multiple languages, home visits) across languages and cultures to integrate family funds of knowledge into school systems and help families understand available services, advocate for their scholar's needs, and support their scholar's learning.
Goal 4: Content-Area Competence, Mastery of All Subjects
Focus Area: ELA SBA
Spring 2022: 41%
Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: 61%
Focus Area: Math SBA
Spring 2022: 33%
Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: 57%
Build capacity of teachers through targeted professional development and collaborative coaching focused on anti-racist and culturally relevant instructional practices and strategies in literacy, numeracy, and data analysis.
Develop and implement with fidelity a culturally responsive, standards-aligned, guaranteed and viable curriculum, instruction, and assessment system in ALL core subjects in every school and every classroom.
Report academic progress systematically through grade book, progress reports, and report cards, regarding students' mastery of specific standards-based learning objectives in order to partner with families toward meeting scholar learning needs.
Engage Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) in a cycle of inquiry using multiple measures to inform and adjust instruction while disaggregating data through an equity lens.