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Kenwood School Improvement Plan

Kenwood Community: School Improvement Plan

All schools are required to have a school improvement plan (SIP).  While we will continue to have high standards in all academic areas, the SIP helps to focus instruction in areas that the staff determines needs improvement.  These plans are created by individual schools after looking at instructional data.  

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT GOALS

Together, our school is working to achieve the following goals.

By 2022, the percent of African American students indicating that it is easy or very easy for them to self-manage, as measured by the SEL Survey, will increase from 58% to 75%.

By 2022, the percent of African American students who are proficient on the MCA Math assessment will increase from 35% to 55%.

By 2022, the percent of African American students meeting growth targets on the MCA Math assessment will increase from 16% to 75%.

By 2022, the percent of African American students indicating that it is easy or very easy for them to experience self-awareness, as measured by the SEL Survey, will increase from 62% to 80%.

SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES

To reach our school improvement goals, we will utilize the following evidence-based strategies.

Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS)
Description: MTSS is a comprehensive, evidence-based prevention framework. Within MTSS, multiple levels of support are provided to support the academic, social, emotional, and behavioral development of all students. Through it, all students are giving access to inclusive and equitable educational practices that minimize opportunity gaps.

Social Emotional Learning (SEL)
Description: "Social and emotional learning is the process through which children and adults acquire and effectively apply the knowledge, attitudes, and skills necessary to understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions" (CASEL, 2016). Social Emotional Learning strategies promote the development of schools that are safe, welcoming, and inclusive learning communities for all stakeholders.

 

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2013 Penn Ave S
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