School Innovation & Improvement Plan

School Improvement & Innovation Plan At A Glance

Camelot Elementary School | Fairfax County Public Schools | Region 2

End of Year SMARTR Outcome 

At the end of the ‘17-18 school year, all students who were identified as Tier 2+ readers at the beginning of the year will meet 75% of their individual learning targets.

Strategy 1

For all students reading below grade level in K-6th,teachers will write specific, individualized learning targets that will be progress monitored and adjusted throughout the year.

Strategy 2

Focus on more accurately diagnosing and addressing reading difficulties, especially as related to phonological awareness and decoding and encoding.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

By the end of the 2017-18 school year, all targeted students will improve their score on the Camelot Elementary Oral Language Development Rubric.

Strategy 1

Teachers (classroom, resource and specialists) will select 3 students with oral development needs and will support and monitor their progress across the school year. (Tier 2)

Strategy 2

K-6 teachers and specialists will purposefully engage students in “talk,” in order to stimulate oral language development and build confidence. (Tier 1)

Strategy 3

Staff will identify scaffolds and strategies to support students in their ability to use academic language and correct syntax and semantics in their “talk.”   (Tier 2)

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

100% of students will make at least satisfactory growth with their learning target goals.

By the end of ’17-18 school year, the math SOL pass rate for students with disabilities subgroup will be at least 73% (which means that at least 30 of the 41 students will pass their SOL math test).

Strategy 1

For all at-risk students receiving special education services for math in K-6th grade, teachers will write specific, individualized learning targets that will be progress monitored and adjusted throughout the year.

Strategy 2

For all students receiving special education services for math in K-6th grade, teachers will read, study, and implement specific number talks that incorporate the use of visual representations for building fluency and conceptual development.