2013-2014 CEP Goals
By June 2014, the principal and assistant principals will conduct a minimum of 6 informal or 1 formal and 3 informal classroom observations and provide teachers with formative feedback and professional development to support improved practice in competencies across the Danielson Framework.
By June 2014, teacher teams will design and implement curriculum units in math, ELA, social studies and science which include rigorous tasks engaging students and in alignment with CCLA as evidenced by tasks, classroom observations and teacher-team evaluations. curriculum units will contain multiple entry points ensuring access for all learners, with specific focus for ELLs and SWDs.
By June 2014, all students, including ELLs and SWDs, will demonstrate progress toward achieving State standards as measured by 5% increase in students scoring at Levels 3 or 4 on NYS ELA assessment.
By June 2014, the whole school attendance rate will improve by at least 3% as measured in the school's Annual Attendance Report.
In the 2013-2014 NYCDOE School Survey Report, the parental response rate will increase 10%.
o Students will achieve excellence in literacy, math and technology by being immersed in a curriculum based on the common core standards.
o Students will recognize that they have a responsibility to their family, school, and the global community.
o Students will be prepared for a successful transition to high school.
o Our school will foster a partnership with parents and guardians to encourage active participation in their children’s education.
o Our community will offer a safe, supportive environment where everyone is treated with dignity and respect.
o Our community will develop and nurture intellectual curiosity and a thirst for discovery and achievement.
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