School Improvement Plan

  • Goal 2: Whole Child, Thriving, Confident, Responsible Individuals

    Focus Area: No Exclusionary Discipline

    Spring 2022: 99% of Valhalla scholars have received no exclusionary discipline

    Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: All groups are above 99% 

    Focus Area: Regular Attendance

    Spring 2022: 46% of Valhalla scholars attended school regularly.

    Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: All groups are above 90% in regular attendance. 

    Signature Strategies:

    • Provide staff with culturally competent and anti-racist professional development to ensure high expectations of each and every scholar to create a culture of anti-racism, inclusivity, equity, and accountability.

    • 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.

    • Implement Culturally Responsive PBIS with an emphasis on eliminating racial and programmatic disproportionality through positive reinforcement and alternatives to exclusionary discipline.


    Goal 4: Content-Area Competence, Mastery of All Subjects

    Focus Area: ELA SBA

    Spring 2022: 35% 

    Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: 60%

    Focus Area: Math SBA

    Spring 2022: 27% 

    Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: 53%

    Signature Strategies:  

    • Design, implement, and monitor a Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) to adhere and respond to academic and social-emotional needs of students toward mastery of core subjects.

    • In collaboration with community partners, families, and school staff, provide opportunities for families to regularly access learning tools, collaborative supports, and home learning skills and strategies.

    • Implement a multi-tiered system of support using a data-based decision-making model to support meeting the needs of scholars academic and social emotional needs across all three tiers.