Updates: May 18, 2020

Teachers: Betty Amos and Sandra Nininger

SSOS Coach: Tonio Nguyen

SMARTGoal #1: 33% of students will be proficient in English and Language Arts by May, 2021 as measured by MAP and DIBELS. (6 students out of 18)
Steps towards SMART Goal #1 stated above Person Responsible Due Date
Strategy #1 Core Curriculum [STEPP 1.1, 3.3]
Task #1– Purchase/order Lindamood Bell diagnostics for one-on-one interventions. Lindamood Bell material received. Diagnostics ordered 4/2020

Business Office Action Pending as of 5/15/2020

Betty, Sandy 8.22 In Progress
Task #2– Assess Lindamood Bell diagnostics for reading and literacy skills. Identify comprehension and fluency assessments. Betty 9.30
Task #3– Identify, prepare, and implement district approved core curriculum for elementary, MS and HS that are aligned to Alaska State standards. *In the event of Pandemic lockdown: K-6 instruction and practice appropriate for each learner will be sent home on iPads. 7-12 instruction and practice will be sent on Chromebooks. Sandy, Betty 9.30
Task #4– Differentiate core curriculum for all students and prepare for in school and distance learning possibilities. Sandy, Betty 9.30
Strategy #2 Active Engagement [STEPP 3.3, 4.1]
Task #1– Set up peer reading, individual reading and novel studies with particular students. Sandy, Betty 12.18
Task #2– Create monthly literacy themed events. Partner with Tribal, City, and Parents. Betty, Sandy 9.25
Strategy #3 Professional Learning [5.1; 5.3]
Task #1– Support Sandy with diagnostics and progress monitoring assessments. Tonio 10.22
Task #2– Support Betty with online and app-based instructional materials.Support can be in-person, phone, VTC, text, etc... Pam G., Annie M., Texas Gail 10.22
Task #3– Design personalized professional learning plans. Create PL calendar and set up trainings, RTI planning, and School Improvement work. Betty, Sandy 10.22
Strategy #4 Community Engagement and Literacy Nights [STEPP 4.6; 4.7; 4.8]
Task #1– Coordinate w/Tribal, City, Parents and School Staff for events in Tribal Council and City building. Betty 9.25
Task #2– Set schedule for monthly literacy nights once a quarter. Betty 9.25
Task #3– Design and coordinate activities to make them culturally relevant and accessible to participants (BINGO for books; Create Cozy and Comfortable Reading Space; Book/Cake Walk, Specialty nights, Family game nights, Elders ) Betty 9.25
Strategy #5 Protect Instructional Time [STEPP 4.1; 4.2; 4.3; 4.5]
Task #1– Continue 90-minute Literacy Blocks from 9:00-10:30am. Communicate to staff, parents, and visitors. Create Literacy block signs (stop sign). Sandy, Betty 9.4
Task #2– Communicate calendar block to district, itinerant visitors, community, and staff through a one-page explanation and poster of norms and expectations. Sandy, Betty 8.21
Task #3- Continually reiterate and reinforce norms and expectations for protecting instructional time (ASB, tribal council, district, parents, outside vendors) Sandy, Betty 10.2
Task #4- Implement class wide and schoolwide behavior norms that reflect cultural values and school-wide expectations. Betty, Sandy 9.1
Strategy #6 Culturally Infused Literacy Lessons [STEPP 3.3; 4.6; 4.8]
Task #1– Identify two cultural themes with timelines and support from Tribal Council. (Wall of wisdom) Sandy, Betty 10.22
Task #2– Identify relevant literacy standards and activities to support the cultural theme. Sandy 10.22
Task #3- Coffee Conversations with elders for storytelling, language lessons, and dialogue. Betty 12.18
  1. RTI
SMARTGoal #2: 100% of students will have completed RTI plans by November 16, 2020 (end of first quarter).
Steps towards SMART Goal #2 stated above Person Responsible Due Date
Strategy #1 Assessments/ Data [STEPP 2.3; 3.4;]
Task #1– Administer MAP and DIBELS three times a year. Sandy 10.2
Task #2– Review data to identify strengths and challenges. Create draft goals to prepare for student conferences. Sandy, Betty 11.6
Task #3– Conduct interest inventory (include hobbies, vocational aspirations, learning styles, interests, skills,) Sandy 10.23
Task #4– Organize all data into data notebook (MAP data, diagnostic data, interest inventory) Sandy 11.16
Task #5– Conduct student data conferences pre- and post- each assessment. Finalize student learning goals. Sandy 10.2
Task #6– Develop ways to celebrate and recognize student progress and growth. Focus on intrinsic motivation and growth mindset. Sandy, Betty 10.2
Strategy #2 Individualized RTI Plan [STEPP 3.2; 3.3]
Task #1– Identify intervention for specific students. Betty 11.16
Task #2– Gathering diagnostic tools, intervention resources, and tools (iPad apps, Chromebooks, etc...) Betty 9.11
Task #3– Identify progress monitoring method and check in monthly. Betty 11.16
Task #4– Complete one plan for each student by November 16th. Betty 11.16
Task #5– Adapt and edit RTI plan for Anvik, with updates for new school year.. Betty 11.16
Strategy #3 Professional Learning [5.1; 5.3]
Task #1– Support Sandy with diagnostics [QPS (Phonics), DAR, MAZE (Comprehension), Oral Reading Fluency, Woodcock Reading Mastery Test, Interest Inventory] Tonio 11.16
Task #2– Support Betty with online and app-based instructional materials. Pam G., Texas Gail, Annie M. 10.22
Task #3– Provide continual support for Lindamood Bell for Angela. Betty 10.22
Task #5– Design personalized professional learning plans. Create PL calendar and set up trainings. (Wellness Conference, RTI conference) Betty, Sandy 10.22
Strategy #4 After School Tutoring [STEPP 3.3; 4.5]
Task #1– Identify a person(s) to serve as a possible tutor.Encourage peer tutoring as well. Sandy, Betty 10.22
Task #2– Develop a structure/schedule that addresses the multiple needs of student tutoring. Sandy, Betty 10.22
Task #3– Gather and identify resources/tools/materials for afterschool tutoring sessions. Sandy, Betty 10.22