Midland Elementary 
Goal # 1
Each goal must promote improved student performance and student academic achievement
 
Goal #1:
From beginning to end of the 2021-2022 school year, 60 % of K-6 grade students will show typical, above typical or well above typical progress on the Acadience assessment as measured by pathways of progress.
 
Goal #1 Action Steps
TSSA funds will be spent to secure the services of reading paraprofessionals. Using the Acadience Assessment, students will be identified as intensive, strategic or benchmark level. The reading specialist and paraprofessionals will provide small group reading intervention services for those students identified as intensive readers in grades K-6. Paraprofessionals will also serve as student advocates and attendance aides as well as coordinate a cross age tutoring program across all grades.
 
$25,000
 
Teachers will be involved in professional development through colleague observations, school and district training, and workshops or conferences with Leader In Me. Professional development training will be scheduled for the purpose of strengthening effective Tier I instruction, intervention strategies for behavior management in the classroom with an emphasis on positive support. All professional development will have a focus of improving TSI Data for EL and Sped students through all grade levels. Reading Horizon software and data will be used to reinforce and drive instruction and intervention.
 
$6,300
 
IXL Learning program will be provided for grade 1-4.
 
$6060
 
Subs will be provided to cover classes for professional learning, peer observations, Leadership Team members and child study.
 
$2,000
 
Teachers in the classroom will utilize technology to enhance student engagement, promote learning, and provide assessment practice through the use of Chromebooks. Imagine learning will be used to support the reading program in grades 1-3. Acadience will be used to support the reading program in grades 4-6th.
 
$560
 
Goal # 1 Measures of Success
 
-Data will be collected using the district approved programs (Dibels, Acadience and Imagine Learning).
-RISE benchmark and IXL data will be used to determine Tier II and Tier III interventions for stud
-Data from district approved programs will be discussed at weekly PLCs to determine teaching interventions and enrichment activities for all students.
 
Goal #1 Expenditure Category
Keep in mind that expenditures may not supplant funding for existing public education programs or be used for capital expenditures.
(Please right click on the checkbox(es) below and select the checkmark icon for each applicable category.)
☑ School personnel stipends
☑ Professional learning
☑ Additional school employees
❏ Social and emotional learning support
❏ College and career readiness skills
❏ Student leadership development
❏ Technology
❏ Before – or after – school programs
❏ Community support programs or partnerships
❏ Early childhood education
❏ Class size reduction strategies
❏ Other 
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Goal #2
Midland Elementary students in grades 3-6 will increase student RISE/SAGE math proficiency by 5% when compared from spring of 2021 to spring of 2022.
 
Goal #2 Action Steps
TSSA funds will be used to provide professional development for the purpose of training teachers on effective Tier I instruction, intervention strategies and creating higher level thinking lessons and assessments for effective engaging math instruction through the use of IXL.
 
$6060
 
Technology will be purchased to replace aging technology and assist in the delivery of instruction. This will include the lease on all chromebooks.
 
$8,000
 
Summer collaboration time will be given to teachers. This time will be used for teacher collaboration on best practices, standard based assessment (SBA), pacing guides, and review intervention and assessments.
 
$3,000
 
A robotics after school program will be implemented to increase STEM with math application. 2 VEX IQ robotics will be purchased.
 
$3000
 
Paraprofessionals will be used for a couple hours a day to service students not proficient on math grade level Benchmark assessments. Teachers in the classroom will utilize technology to increase student engagement, promote learning, and provide assessment practice through the use of portable leased Chromebook labs. Aleks will be used to support and track data on students in 5th and 6th grade.
 
Goal #2 Expenditure Areas
Keep in mind that expenditures may not supplant funding for existing public education programs or be used for capital expenditures.
(Please right click on the checkbox(es) below and select the checkmark icon for each applicable category.)
☑ School personnel stipends
☑ Professional learning
❏ Additional school employees
❏ Social and emotional learning support
❏ College and career readiness skills
❏ Student leadership development
☑ Technology
☑ Before – or after – school programs
❏ Community support programs or partnerships
❏ Early childhood education
❏ Class size reduction strategies
❏Other
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Goal #3
Midland Elementary students in grades K-6 will improve teacher-student relationships, as measured by Panorama, by 3% and improve sense of belonging by 5% from the BOY to the EOY.
 
Goal #3 Action Step
Implementation of Panorama which will help monitor how students are doing with attendance, behavior, emotional and mental health), and college readiness and then help coordinate action to support each student.
 
$600
 
Goal #3 Expenditure Areas
Keep in mind that expenditures may not supplant funding for existing public education programs or be used for capital expenditures.
(Please right click on the checkbox(es) below and select the checkmark icon for each applicable category.)
❏ School personnel stipends
❏ Professional learning
❏ Additional school employees
☑ Social and emotional learning support
❏ College and career readiness skills
❏ Student leadership development
❏ Technology
❏ Before – or after – school programs
❏ Community support programs or partnerships
❏ Early childhood education
❏ Class size reduction strategies
❏ Other
     Fill in here for other
 
 
Goal #3 Measures of Success
-Panorama will be used to track data for academic, behavior, attendance, SEL and benchmark assessments across Tier I, II, II supports.
-Using our “Power of the Paw” program along with Leader In Me as a daily practice that focuses on engaging academics, positive community, effective management, and developmental awareness.
-Surveys will be given twice a year and data will be reviewed monthly during grade level PLC time.
-Building relationships with families to support academics and attendance. We aim for common goals and using language between school and home that is consistent with building leaders and self-worth.
-We will use the MRA Survey through Leader in Me to measure community engagement and satisfaction.
-Regular reflection on each student’s progress by looking at data across academics, attendance, and behavior during PLC and child study meetings
 
 
 

Stakeholder Involvement
Who was involved in developing this plan? (Please right click on the checkbox(es)
below and select the checkmark icon for each applicable stakeholder group.)
☑ Educators
☑ Collaborative Leadership Team
☑ Administrators
❏ Students
☑ Community Council Members
❏ Parents
❏ Support Professionals
❏ Other

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Signature
Administrator Signature
Please type the name of the administrator submitting this application. This is considered an electronic signature for the application. By signing, the administrator agrees that the plan provided will be implemented and followed in order to reach the specified goals.

Signature : Stacy S. Rountree Date : 6/23/2021

 

 

TSSA Plan 2021-2022

 
 
 
 

 

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