Elementary Level Strategies 2017-2018

Strategic Objectives Priority Strategies Trends & Measures

Evidence of Learning

Identify multiple indicators to measure what students are learning and if they are learning enough

  • Rollout of district-level elementary assessments aligned to Evidence of Learning Framework ($1,113,000)
  • External review of written, taught and learned curriculum in math and language arts in grades pre-K – 5 ($446,089)

Readiness: In 2017-2018, student data around readiness of students for the next grade level will be determined and reported at grade 2 and grade 5.

Transition: Grade level transition data to be reported supports the successful transition of students at the end of kindergarten and grade 3.

Strategic Objective Priority Strategies Trends & Measures

Expanding Options and Access to Programs

Increase access to programs and resources needed for all children to be academically successful

  • Expansion of Dual Language and Two-way Immersion Program ($188,234)
  • Home School Model for students with disabilities ($786,528)
  • Implement an Enriched Literacy Curriculum and expand the Enriched Studies Programs Participation ($252,487)
  • East County Arts Program ($149,744)
  • Building Educated Leaders for Life (BELL) Summer Program ($750,000)
Strategic Objectives Priority Strategies Trends & Measures

Physical, Social and Psychological Well-being

Acquisition of knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to understand personal health and wellness, manage emotions, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions.

  • Students completing digital learning courses (FY18 baseline year)