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Mifflinburg Elementary School - 2023-2024 School-Level Plan

School-level Planning Team Members:

Mr. James R. Case, Principal
Dr. Sandra Mattocks, Director of Curriculum and Instruction
Mrs. Taylor Montesinos, Dean of Students
Mrs. Laura Kerstetter, School Counselor
Mrs. Lindsay Beck, Title I Intervention Teacher
Mrs. Rachel Dagle, Title I Intervention Teacher
Mrs. Mary Young, Title I Intervention Teacher
Mrs. Lisa DeFacis, Kindergarten Teacher
Mrs. Christine Hackenberg, Kindergarten Teacher
Mrs. Rosie Clemens, Grade 1 Teacher
Mrs. Alex Martz, Grade 1 Teacher
Miss Isabel Kissinger, Grade 1 Teacher
Mrs. Lorraine Blough, Librarian
Mrs. Denise Hosterman, Library Aide
Mrs. Bambi Stenglein, Special Education Teacher
Mrs. Amber Traver, Parent of Child Attending
 

Vision: Mifflinburg Elementary - where early learning becomes life-long learning.

Mission: Life-long learning happens through collaboration, inspiration, acceptance, and understanding of all students as individuals.

2022-2023 Data Reflection Statements

  1. 88% of Kindergarten students were reading a minimum of one whole word as measured by the end of year Acadience Assessment.
     
  2. 92% of Kindergarten students demonstrated proficiency on the Phoneme Segmentation on the end of year Acadience Assessment.
     
  3. Students in first-grade continue to demonstrate high levels of proficiency in the area of whole words read with 87% of students reaching at or above level performance on the end of year Acadience Assessment for the third year in a row.
     
  4. End of year second grade retell scores showed a 13% improvement from end of year 2022 to end of year 2023.
     

2023-2024 Title I Building-Level Goals

Goal #1

By the end of each quarter, every grade-level teacher who teaches math will participate in a SuccessMaker data meeting with the Building Principal and Director of Curriculum and Instruction.

 Action Steps:

  1. The Director of Curriculum and Instruction and the Building Principal will participate in a SuccessMaker reports review with Savvas (September 11-22).
  2. Each teacher will bring their first quarter data to a data meeting and make goal adjustments connected to small group instruction to meet the students’ needs (October 16-27).
  3. Each teacher will bring their second quarter data to a data meeting and make goal adjustments connected to small group instruction to meet the students’ needs (February 1-9).

  4. Each teacher will bring their third quarter data to a data meeting and make goal adjustments for students, as needed, connected to small group instruction to meet the students’ needs with documentation for the next school year (May 6-17).
     

Anticipated Outcome:

Students will make one year's worth of growth in SuccessMaker.

Monitoring and Evaluation:

Student progress will be monitored during the quarterly data meetings.
 

Goal #2

The Building Principal will work with Title I Reading Specialists on the implementation of the Acadience Online Learning System to assess and monitor all student reading progress throughout the 23-24 school year and identify Tier II and Tier III intervention programs.

Action Steps:

  1. The Title I teachers will begin to benchmark all students using Acadience.
  2. The Building Principal will meet with the Title I teachers at the conclusion of the first benchmark window to review data.
  3. An intervention period will be utilized to provide additional direct instruction to students using Tier II and Tier III intervention programs according to identified deficit areas.
  4. The Title I teachers will continue to benchmark students two more times with the groups for intervention changing based on student needs.
     

Anticipated Outcome:

An intervention period will be utilized after each benchmarking to address student needs and Tier II and III intervention programs will be identified.

Monitoring and Evaluation:

The Acadience data will be analyzed after each benchmark (three times per school year).
 

Goal #3

By the end of the 2023-2024 school year, the number of families participating in activities will increase.

Action Step:

  1. Students will take their Wonders workbook pages home to engage families in the strategies being used in the classroom.
  2. The school librarian will collaborate with teachers to hold a family reading club.
  3. The school librarian will collaborate with teachers to engage families in activities that will model instructional strategies that they can use at home.
  4. The librarian will continue to plan opportunities for the next school year.
     

Expected Outcome:

The number of families participating in activities will increase.

Monitoring and Evaluation:

The Librarian will monitor and evaluate each activity using surveys.