Changes in student learning behavior: What will students do to reach the identified results? What new things will they do to learn?
Data Used to Develop Goals: Title I, EL and Special Education programs serve kindergarten students, both by coming in to the classroom and by bringing students to the various resource rooms for small-group or individual instruction.
With the state standards expecting more and more from younger and younger students, preschool attendance plays an even greater role in preparing students for Kindergarten. This will give the necessary support to those students who need it the most.
The AIMSweb assessment, when looked at in isolation, is not a precise measurement when predicting a student's success in school. To account for this, the Kindergarten team utilizes various formative and summative assessments to measure a student's academic progress. With a more defined screening process and a specific series of interventions in place, we will be able to identify struggling students sooner and help them grow when the impact is the greatest.
With more students attending preschool than ever before, students will be more prepared for the rigorous Kindergarten curriculum. Assess all kindergarten students in age-appropriate phonological awareness skills three times yearly Fall, Winter, Spring.The development and dissemination of the New Hampshire preK Literacy Action Plan for the 21st Century was a joint effort supported by New Hampshire Special Education State Improvement Grant (CFDA A) and New Hampshire Local Educational Improvement funds.
June The Action Plan to Improve Health Literacy is a set of health literacy priorities to be addressed by the ABC Community Health Center. Health literacy is the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health decisions.
The Home School Writing Action Plan is that first step.
What makes this program so powerful is that it starts with one simple writing technique and builds. Before you know it, you and your students will be writing amazing paragraphs, essays, stories, and reports.
Oregon Literacy Plan: K–12 Writing Table of Contents Introduction Framework—Writing, are designed to put the literacy planning schools and districts do into action. Two tools—the School Self Assessment and the School Implementation Guide—are intended to help.
Resources for Developing a School Wide Literacy Plan. Publishedinby Writing the literacy element of the School Plan 16 9. Sample action plan templates 17 Appendices Appendix 1 - Literacy Strategies Log 19 Appendix 2 - Bank of questions for Literacy Review The Massachusetts District Literacy Action Plan found in this document was created using literacy partnership grant funds provided by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s Office of Literacy.