Ka'elepulu Three-Year Academic Plan Page | 1 Version 2.0 April 2018

 
Ka'elepulu Three-Year Academic Plan Page | 1 Version 2.0 April 2018
Ka`elepulu Three-Year Academic Plan Page | 1 Version 2.0 April 2018
Ka'elepulu Three-Year Academic Plan Page | 1 Version 2.0 April 2018
Three-Year Academic Plan SY 2018-2019​, 2019-2020, 2020-2021

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Ka'elepulu Three-Year Academic Plan Page | 1 Version 2.0 April 2018
Three-Year Academic Plan SY 2018-2019​, 2019-2020, 2020-2021
Where are we now?
At Ka`elepulu, we choose to be mindful and embrace challenges with persistence and effort in order to be an intellectually safe and
supportive learning environment (Re-Visioned March 2018).
Prioritize school’s needs 1. Need: ​School-wide RtI/Tier 2 Supports System​ (CNA) (1.3b)
as identified in one or      ● How can we create and integrate an RtI system that is comprehensive and efficient?
more of the following
needs assessments:        2. Need: ​Increase student achievement in math by 9%, ELA by 5%, and maintain Science proficiency​ (CNA) (1.3a)
                             ● How can we increase our students math capabilities?
● Comprehensive Needs        ● How can we increase our ELA proficiencies?
  Assessment (Title I        ● How do we maintain Science Proficiency?
  Schools)
                          3. Need: ​Teacher support plan that includes school-wide pdp, transitions, and mentors​ (CNA) (2.1d)
● WASC Self Study            ● How can we transition new teachers into our school family, and new programs transitions into current staff?
    ▪ WASC Category B:
      Standards Based     4. Need: ​Implementation/Refinement of ART/ILT​ (CNA)(3.1b, 3.3a/b/d),
      Student Learning:      ● How can we ensure staff participation and understanding of the ART/ILT teams and processes?
      Curriculum,
      instruction         5. Need: ​Student Personal Learning Plans​ (WASC) (1.1, 1.3)
    ▪ WASC Category C:       ● How can we promote student success through personalized learning plans?
      Standards Based
      Student Learning:   6. Need: ​School-wide Systems for Data Collection to inform differentiated learning​ (WASC)(1.3, 3.3b, 3.3e)
      Instruction            ● How can we keep track and use data in purposeful ways?
    ▪ WASC Category D:
      Standards Based     Addressing Equity: Subgroup Identification
      Student Learning:
      Assessment and
      Accountability

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                            In order to address equity, list the targeted sub group(s) and their identified needs. ​**Specific enabling activities
                            listed in the academic plan should address identified subgroup(s) and their needs.

                               ● Reviewed data found no significant needs identified for school sub groups

ORGANIZE: ​ Identify your Academic Review Team Accountable Leads.

    Name and Title of ART Team Accountable Lead Navigator             Responsible for vision and navigation of the school’s strategies and initiatives

1.​Alder Taylor - SSC                                               1. p4c- philosophy pedagogy

                                                                      SELs (Choose Love) - Behavioral RtI, Parent, Family and Community
                                                                    Engagement

                                                                       ​RtI - academic RtI

                                                                       GT - Interdisciplinary Teaching

2. Amber Bryson - Kindergarten                                      2. ​Student Personal Learning Plans - self-motivation strategies

3. Roxanne Yamashiro - 4th Grade                                    3. ​Science - NGSS

4. Wes Masuda - 6th Grade                                           4. Integrated Units - CCSS, NGSS, C3

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5. Jo Moser - Lower Resource                               5. Student Transitions - transition strategies

6. Christina Teramura - PE/General Ed                      7. Fit Students - P.E. strategies

7. Laurie Ines - AC                                        8. HA: Na Hopena A‘o Crosswalk (HA, GLOs, Choose Love)

                                                              ​Math - CCSS

                                                              ​ELA - CCSS

                                                              ​New Teacher Transition - transition strategies

                                                              Chronic Absenteeism

                                                              ​Refinement of ILT/ART

                                                              ​Data Collection

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Goal 1:​ Student Success.​ ​All students demonstrate they are on a path toward success in college, career and citizenship.
       ☐ ​Objective 1: Empowered - ​All students are empowered in their learning to set and achieve their aspirations for the future.
       ☐ ​Objective 2: Whole Child​ - ​All students are safe, healthy, and supported in school, so that they can engage fully in high-quality educational
           opportunities.
       ☐​​Objective 3: Well Rounded​ - A​ll students are offered and engage in rigorous, well rounded education so that students are prepared to be
          successful in their post-high school goals.
       ☐​​Objective 4: Prepared and Resilient​ - ​All students transition successfully throughout their educational experiences.

Outcome:​ By the end of three years,                                           Rationale:
Ka`elepulu Elementary School will:                                                ● Students setting goals improve academic performance, increase
                                                                                     motivation, increase pride and satisfaction in work and improves
   ● EMPOWER students through
                                                                                     self-confidence. It gives them long-term vision and short term
       ○ 1.1, 1.3 ​personal learning plans​ that include short and
                                                                                     motivation, and their own voice in their learning improving
         long term goals, learning styles, and interests as suggested
                                                                                     student achievement. This is one of the WASC
         in the WASC report (SSSI 4, 6, and 7).
                                                                                     recommendations.

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   ● Foster the WHOLE CHILD through                                ● ABS: Because attendance is so strongly linked to performance,
        ○ 1.2c Absenteeism (ABS): a decrease in chronic              students need to be in school for the development of the whole
             absenteeism from 6% to 4% (SSSI 1)                      child.
                                                                   ● In order to increase our School Climate measure, we need a
        ○ 1.2a/b SC: an increase in School Climate measure from
                                                                     Wellness Plan that encompasses different parts of a student’s life.
             87% to 94% (SSSI 2)                                     By implementing a plan that continues practice in p4c, SEL -
                ■ Wellness Plan                                      Choose Love, P.E., creating a HA crosswalk, and creating a
                        ● p4c: a p4c mindset through all subject     school-wide Student Solution Center we will be addressing the
                           areas                                     needs of the whole child. will address the needs of the whole
                        ● SEL: Social Emotional Learning             child.
                        ● P.E.: varied physical education          ● SC - p4c: A p4c classroom is an intellectually safe place that
                           experiences                               stimulates inquiry in a reflective community. It has students
                        ● HA: Na Hopena A’o Crosswalk with           think collaboratively on meaningful questions to engage them in
                           GLOs, Habits of Mind, and Choose Love     critical thinking in appropriate educational experiences. This
                        ● Behavior: Solution Center                  deeper thinking raises student achievement. In maintaining the
                                                                     p4c pedagogy, our children will continue to practice inquiry at
                                                                     deep levels in all subject areas.
                                                                   ● SC - SEL: Choose Love grounds children in who they are by:
                                                                          ○ incorporating ​Character Values, Courage, Gratitude,
                                                                              Forgiveness, and Compassion, that cultivate optimism,
                                                                              resiliency and personal responsibility bettering student
                                                                              achievement
                                                                          ○ helping students achieve academic and personal success
                                                                              through: better self-awareness and management skills,
                                                                              social awareness, improved relationship skills, responsible
                                                                              decision-making skills, enhanced self-control, and
                                                                              positive intention
                                                                   ● SC - P.E.: Provided activities for recess and a designated PE
                                                                     instructor develops the whole child by helping students stay
                                                                     physically healthy, developing interests in different types of
                                                                     activity, building team and other social skills and improves focus
                                                                     in academic performance.
                                                                   ● SC - HA: Our culture in Hawaii is so different from anywhere
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                                                                           else in the world. HA: BREATH infuses our local culture with
                                                                           all that a student is and becomes. ​The outcomes include a sense
                                                                           of Belonging, Responsibility, Excellence, Aloha, Total
                                                                           Well-being and Hawai‘i. Underlying these outcomes is the belief
                                                                           that students need both social and emotional learning (SEL) skills
                                                                           and academic mindsets to succeed in college, careers and
                                                                           communities locally and globally. Thus, HĀ learning outcomes
                                                                           emphasize the competencies that include application and creation
                                                                           of knowledge along with the development of important skills and
                                                                           dispositions.
   ● Nurture WELL-ROUNDED students through                             ●   Data shows that math is the weaker CCSS core area for our
        ○ 1.3a - a balanced math curriculum that focuses on a              school. ELA proficiency is 84%, Science is 92% and math is
            growth mathematical mindset, daily explicit usage of           75%. Targeting math, students will be afforded rigorous and
            SMPs and content development                                   tailored math instruction. Instruction delivered with explicit
        ○ 1.3a - Increase student achievement in math by 3% every          current math best practice strategies, connections to SMPs, and
            year to attain 9% target                                       developing a mathematical growth mindset in students, teachers
        ○ 1.3a - a balanced and blended literacy program                   and parents will produce a well balanced math delivery that will
        ○ 1. 3a - Increase student achievement in ELA by 2% every          ensure student academic success.
            year to attain 6% target                                   ●   By providing a balanced and blending literacy program, students
        ○ 1.3a - maintenance of science proficiency                        will be provided a well balanced ELA program. Our current ELA
        ○ 1.3a - creation and implementation of integrated units           proficiency is 84%. With focused data analysis and continued
        ○ 1.3b - an RtI system that is school-wide and                     work in this area will increase our proficiency.
            systematically monitored                                   ●   By aligning our current Science teachings to NGSS standards,
        ○ 1.3b - a rigorous GT program (WASC)                              our Science proficiency will increase (SSSI 6) and provide deeper
        ○ 1.3 - an organized data collection system of formative           Science understanding of concepts and content.
            assessments, summative assessments, and state data used    ●   Interdisciplinary studies increase retention of information, and
            by individual teachers and appropriate groups (ART, RtI,       increased understanding and application of content material.
            ILT, etc…) to inform present and future curricular and     ●   By implementing a professional development plan that addresses
            instructional decisions (WASC)                                 school chosen goals in mathematics, RtI, and other areas of pd
                                                                           need or maintenance, we can ensure growth and success for each
                                                                           student.
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                                                           ● A new, content specific school-wide RtI system will provide
                                                             early identification and intervention of needs moving students
                                                             back on track in a timely manner. It will target specific student
                                                             needs based on performance on our diagnostic assessments,
                                                             universal screeners and classroom performance. With this system
                                                             in place, we expect an increase in math proficiency from 74% to
                                                             92% (SSSI 6), ELA proficiency from 84% to 96% (SSSI 6), and
                                                             3rd Grade Literacy from 85% to 98% (SSSI 4) in three years.
                                                           ● Continuing a rigorous gifted and talented program ensures that
                                                             identified students needs are met.
                                                           ● Maintenance of 100% Inclusion Rate (SSSI 3) will foster growth
                                                             in all our students.
                                                           ● Reviewing and analyzing current data benefits students through
                                                             tailored instruction. It also validates school decision for targeted
                                                             increased student achievement. Thorough examination of data
                                                             will help us decrease the ELA gap from 35 percentage points to
                                                             17 percentage points (SSSI 7) and decrease the Math gap from 43
                                                             percentage points to 21 percentage points (SSSI 7).

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   ● Grow PREPARED and RESILIENT students through                             ● Incoming Kindergarten students need transitions to be in place to
        ○ 1.4a - kindergarten transition plans                                  help them start successfully in elementary school.
        ○ 1.4b/d - 6th grade transition activities for those moving on        ● Sixth grade transition plans to Kailua Intermediate School not
           to Kailua Intermediate School                                        only introduce them to another type of scheduling system but
        ○ 1.4 - support plans for SpEd and 504 students                         acclimate them to a world very different from our one class per
        ○ 1.4d - plans for students new to the school                           grade level school where they know and have grown up with
        ○ 1.4d - grade to grade transitions                                     everyone around them.
        ○ 1.4 - yearly review and refinement of the current                   ● Students new to the school (not Kindergarten) have other needs
           behavioral plan ensuring clear and complete                          that may be impacting their student achievement. Addressing
           understanding of all parts at all stages by those                    their needs that help the impact of any transition will positively
           implementing the plan and the students (SSSI 2).                     affect performance.
                                                                              ● Fly up day

Planning                                                                               Fund-
                                                                                                Interim Measures of Progress
                                                                                       ing
  Island/Vision                      Canoe Path                          Navigator     Source               Tools of Navigation
                                                                                       of
                                                                                       Funds
 Desired Outcome                  Enabling Activities &                     ART                  Define the relevant data used to regularly assess
                                School Year(s) of Activity               Accountable                          and monitor progress
Objective 1:
                                                                           Lead(s)
EMPOWERED

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Kaelepulu students
are empowered in
their learning to set
and achieve their
aspirations for the
future
All students will       2018-2019                                     Amber    WSF      ● Completed Student learning plan
maintain Student           ● Students set short and long term goals   Bryson   Other      portfolio
Learning Plan              ● Students complete self assessment in              (SEL     ● Evidence of goal setting, inventories,
Portfolios                    learning styles                                  Grant)     assessments, and reflection pieces over
                           ● Students complete interest assessments                       time
1.1, 1.3                   ● Students reflect Performance/Growth                        ● Portfolio check 3 times a year
                              Data (iReady Data) 3 times a year to
                              adjust goals

                        2019-2021
                           ● Students continue to set and refine
                              short and long term goals

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  Island/Vision                        Canoe Path                      Navigator                         Tools of Navigation

                                    Enabling Activities &                            Source
  Desired Outcome                                                         ART                 Define the relevant data used to regularly assess
                                  School Year(s) of Activity                           of
Objective 2:                                                           Accountable                         and monitor progress
                                                                                     Funds
WHOLE CHILD                                                              Lead(s)
Ka`elepulu students
are safe, healthy,
and supported in
school, so that they
can engage fully in
high-quality
educational
opportunities.
Students are present    2018-2021                                      Nicolle       WSF        ● LDS attendance data
and on time in order       ● Continue Kids Count attendance flag       Grimes        Other      ● Take Home Thursday newsletters
to be ready to learn.         program                                                           ● Attendance awards at quarterly
                           ● Incorporate Be Pono initiatives                                      assemblies
1.2c                       ● Include presentation of importance of                              ● Updated school website on attendance
                              attendance at all parent events                                     data
                           ● Include information on the importance                              ● Student planners
                              of attendance on school website and in
                              student planners
                           ● Continue attendance policy/practice of
                              letters home regarding number of
                              tardies and absences
                           ● Continue counselor contacts with
                              chronic students
                           ● Continue curbside reminders at pickup
                              and drop off
                           ● Revisit attendance policy and refine as
                              necessary

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Students are critical   2018 - 19                                         Alder       WSF      ● p4c Day debrief minutes
thinkers (Wellness         ● Continue to use the strategies of the        Taylor      Other    ● Student work products
Plan).                         Good Thinker’s Toolkit                                 (SEL     ● Student data from the KES Questioning
                           ● Continue partnership with KHS                            Grant)     Rubric
1.2b                           Philo-surfers quarterly                                         ● Student survey/voice
                           ● Implement p4c strategies across content                           ● Philo-surfers schedule
                               areas                                                           ● Solution Center data
                           ● Set up peer modeling for new teachers
                               i.e. Dr. Chad or Kailua HS resource
                           ● Create a Solution Center
                        2019 - 21
                           ● Continue to use the strategies of the
                               Good Thinker’s Toolkit
                           ● Continue partnership with KHS
                               Philo-surfers (from leaders to learners)
Students are good       2018 -19                                          Nicolle     Other    ●   Guidance lesson plans
citizens who feel          ● Continue to provide Choose Love              Grimes      (SEL     ●   Student work products
safe, empowered,               program via weekly guidance classes                    Grant)   ●   Discipline data
                           ● Provide PD for sister schools and                                 ●   Choose Love awards
and able to use
                               outside organizations to integrate the                          ●   GLO data
strategies to self                                                                             ●   Teacher feedback
                               Choose Love concepts
advocate (Wellness                                                                             ●   Student survey/voice
                        2019 - 21
Plan).
                           ● Continue Choose Love program
1.2b

Students are            2018 - 19                                         Christina   WSF      ● Student participation data in before and
engaged in physical        ● Continue to provide opportunities for        Teramura               after school activities
activities and make            physical activities before, during and                          ● P.E. lesson plans
                               after school                                                    ● P.E. quarter grades
healthy choices
                           ● PE teacher continues to implement                                 ● Zero Waste data book
(Wellness Plan).
                               lessons in varied physical education
                               exercises
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1.2b                   2019 - 21
                          ● Continue physical activity
                              opportunities
                          ● Continue implementation of P.E.
                              program
                          ● Zero Waste Initiative (Next step
                              Sort-It-Out-Sam and Ka‘ohao Protocol)
To build a             2018 - 19                                      Laurie Ines   WSF      ● Completed crosswalk
community of              ● Develop connectivity crosswalk of                       Other    ● Lesson plans on awareness of the
understanding and             Habits of Mind, Choose Love, GLOs                     (SEL       crosswalk
                              and Na Hopena A`o                                     Grant)   ● Walk-through data
connect Habits of
                                                                                             ● Student interviews
Mind, Choose Love,        ● Teachers will design and deliver
GLOs, and Na                  integration of crosswalk
Hopena A’o to             ● Explore connections relating to
                              classroom instruction to deepen
address the needs of
                              understanding to fully engage in high
the whole child.              quality educational opportunities.
1.1, 1.2               2019 - 21
                          ● Sustain community of understanding
                              and connections

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  Island/Vision                         Canoe Path                       Navigator                         Tools of Navigation

  Desired Outcome                    Enabling Activities &                  ART        Source   Define the relevant data used to regularly assess
                                   School Year(s) of Activity            Accountable     of                  and monitor progress
Objective 3:
WELL-ROUNDED                                                               Lead(s)     Funds
Ka`elepulu students
are offered and
engaged in a rigorous,
well-rounded
education so that
students are prepared
to be successful in
their post-high school
goals.
School-wide              2018-19                                         Laurie Ines   WSF        ● Binder Data
Systems for Data            ● Create data collection binders with                                 ● Data Teams notes
Collection to inform            information on students current levels                            ● RtI meeting notes
                                of achievement
differentiated
                            ● Use information in data binders for
learning                        plans to address individual student
                                need.
1.3, 3.3b, 3.3e
                         2019-21
                            ● Continue use of data collection binders
                                to inform instruction
Increase in math         2018 - 19                                       Laurie Ines   WSF        ●   Professional development log
achievement by 3%           ● Continue fidelity in Stepping                            Other      ●   Walk-through data
annually through a              Stones*/GoMath to implement program                    (SEL       ●   STAR Learning Walks
                                with fidelity ​(*This may change                       Grant)     ●   Student work products
balanced math
                                depending on adoption of Ready Math                               ●   Collaboration Notes
curriculum that                                                                                   ●   iReady Data
                                curriculum and need for PD)
focuses on a growth         ● Continue discussions on mathematical                                ●   Teacher assessments
mathematical                    discourse with district AIT team                                  ●   Curriculum embedded assessments

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mindset, daily           ● Continue discussions on problem                                 ●   SBA results
explicit usage of            solving with district AIT team                                ●   Data collection binders
SMPs and content         ● Utilize the data teams process to inform                        ●   Parent night agenda and surveys
                             whole class instruction and RtI                               ●   Literature reflections
development
                         ● Students host and plan math nights                              ●   Student survey/voice
1.3a                         twice a year for parents to be involved
                             in their child’s learning
                         ● Teachers utilize research-based
                             literature to improve practice
                      2019 - 21
                         ● Teachers continue to use data to inform
                             whole class instruction and RtI
Increase in ELA       2018 - 19                                        Laurie Ines   WSF   ●   Walk-through data
achievement by 2%        ● Utilize the data teams process to inform                        ●   STAR Learning Walks
annually through a           whole class instruction and RtI                               ●   Student work products
                         ● Students engage in one integrated unit                          ●   iReady Data
balanced and
                             to strengthen Math, ELA, and                                  ●   Teacher assessments
blended literacy                                                                           ●   SBA results
                             Science/Social Studies
program                                                                                    ●   Curriculum embedded assessments
                         ● Investigate a writing program or
                             framework                                                     ●   Professional development log
1.3a                                                                                       ●   Data collection binders
                         ● Refine Reading Buddy Program to                                 ●   Collaboration notes
                             support reading skills                                        ●   Student survey/voice

                      2019 - 20
                         ● Teachers continue to use data to inform
                             whole class instruction and RtI
                         ● Implement and monitor new writing
                             program
                         ● Students write to demonstrate CCSS
                             writing across content areas
                         ● Students engage in integrated units to

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                             strengthen Math, ELA, and
                             Science/Social Studies
                      2020 - 21
                         ● Teachers continue to use data to inform
                             whole class instruction and RtI
                         ● Maintain new writing program
                         ● Students engage in integrated units to
                             strengthen Math, ELA, and
                             Science/Social Studies
Strive for Science    2018-19                                        Roxanne     WSF   ●   Professional development log
proficiency at 100%      ● Provide professional development on       Yamashiro         ●   Created units
                             NGSS through district AIT team and                        ●   Collaboration notes
1.3a                         Dr. Stacy George, and monitor the                         ●   Walk-throughs
                             alignment of pacing and content                           ●   STAR Learning Walks
                             attainment                                                ●   Student survey/voice
                         ● Continue to provide opportunities to                        ●   Student work products
                             increase relevance of science content
                             and skills in real world application
                         ● Students engage in integrated units to
                             strengthen Math, ELA, and
                             Science/Social Studies

                      2019 - 21
                         ● Continue to provide opportunities to
                             increase relevance of science content
                             and skills in real world application
                         ● Students engage in integrated units to
                             strengthen Math, ELA, and
                             Science/Social Studies
Ensure that each      2018-19                                        Alder       WSF   ● RtI data collection
student’s learning is    ● Provide professional development on       Taylor            ● Professional development log
                             RtI and effective strategies                              ● SBA results
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personalized and           ● Create binders to collect data and                      ●   iReady data
informed by high               schedule for RtI (identify, support,                  ●   Teacher formative data
quality data                   assess and respond)                                   ●   RtI meeting minutes
                           ● Schedule regular review by designated                   ●   RtI implementation logs
1.3b                           people on school-wide student data
                        2019-21
                           ● Continue implementation of RtI
A gifted and talented   2018 - 19                                     Alder    WSF   ●   Student survey/voice
program that meets         ● Maintain implementation of GT            Taylor         ●   Student work projects
the needs of all               process with yearly review of the                     ●   Screening data
                               program                                               ●   Yearly review minutes
identified students
                           ● Create a model for GT inclusion                         ●   Professional development log
1.3b                    2019 - 2020
                           ● Provide professional development on
                               GT inclusion
                        2020-2021
                           ● Launch GT inclusion model

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  Island/Vision                          Canoe Path                     Navigator                         Tools of Navigation

   Desired Outcome                    Enabling Activities &                ART                 Define the relevant data used to regularly assess
                                    School Year(s) of Activity          Accountable                         and monitor progress
Objective 4:
                                                                          Lead(s)     Source
PREPARED AND
                                                                                        of
RESILIENT
                                                                                      Funds
Ka`elepulu students
transition successfully
throughout their
educational
experiences.
Comprehensive             2018-19                                       Jo Moser      WSF        ●   Documented plans
transition plans             ● Review existing plans and revise as                               ●   Transition Data/Partnerships
                                 necessary:                                                      ●   Transition planning minutes
1.4                                  ○ kindergarten                                              ●   Log of outreach activities
                                     ○ 6th grade for those moving on                             ●   Student survey/voice (Fly Up)
                                        to Kailua Intermediate School
                                     ○ support for SpEd, 504, ELL and
                                        GT students
                                     ○ students new to the school
                                     ○ grade to grade end of the year
                             ● Continue implementing plans to
                                 determine needs for
                                 removing/revising/adding any
                                 additional programs
                          2019 - 2021

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                           ● Monitor and review plans as needed

Goal 2:​ Staff Success​. ​Ka`elepulu ​has a high-performing culture where employees have the training, support and professional development to
contribute effectively to student success​.

Outcome:​ By the end of three years,                                       Rationale:
Ka`elepulu Elementary School will:

   ● 2.1a Realign professional development resources to support                ● With teachers who are trained in school driven initiatives, student
     student success. The aim is constant experience of caring                   achievement will increase.
     educators and quality instruction to enable students to progress               ○ By providing professional development in STAR
     toward becoming ready for career, college, and community.                          Learning Walks, Choose Love, Mathematics, Science and
   ● 2.1b Prioritize professional development for educators and                         integrated units, teachers are able to grow in their practice
     leaders that increases knowledge, understanding, and ability to                    and increase student achievement
     use inclusive practices and multi-tiered supports with students                ○ By providing professional development in RtI systems
     that need diverse instructional methods.                                           and GT inclusion, teachers can strengthen their
   ● 2.1d Provide support for new employees and those new to the                        professional practices to address the needs of all students.
     school (refreshers for existing staff) to become effective.                    ○ New staff transitions will create a sense of belonging and
                                                                                        reduce breaks in systems.

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Planning                                                                         Funding       Interim Measures of Progress
  Island/Vision                        Canoe Path                 Navigator                       Tools of Navigation

  Desired Outcome                   Enabling Activities &      ART Accountable                 Define the relevant data used to
                                  School Year(s) of Activity       Lead(s)                      regularly assess and monitor
Objective 1:
                                                                                   Source of               progress
FOCUSED
                                                                                    Funds
PROFESSIONAL
DEVELOPMENT
Develop and grow
employees to support
student success and
continuous
improvement
Teachers utilize       2018-21                                 Laurie Ines       WSF              ● STAR Learning Walk
STAR Learning             ● Continue to provide relevant                                            tool data
Walk tool to                 opportunities for professional                                       ● Teacher voice
self-reflect and             development in this area                                             ● SQS
improve their
teaching practice

2.1

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Teachers explore      2018-21                                           Nicolle Grimes   WSF   ● Professional
how to integrate         ● Continue to provide relevant                                          development log
Choose Love                 opportunities for professional                                     ● Collaboration notes
                            development in this area                                           ● Walk-throughs
2.1a                                                                                           ● Teacher survey/voice
Teachers learn        2018-19                                           Laurie Ines      WSF
Stepping Stones 2.0      ● Continue discussion on mathematical                                 ●   Faculty meeting notes
(*This may change           discourse with district AIT team                                   ●   Walk-throughs
depending on             ● Continue discussion on problem solving                              ●   STAR Learning Walks
adoption of Ready           with district AIT team                                             ●   Teacher survey/voice
Math curriculum       2019-21
and need for PD)
curriculum and           ● Continue to provide relevant
mathematical best           opportunities for professional
practices                   development on updates on curriculum

2.1a
Teachers understand  2018-19                                            Roxanne          WSF   ● Professional
the shifts in NGSS       ● Provide professional development on          Yamashiro                development log
and how to best             NGSS through district AIT team, Dr.                                ● Faculty meeting notes
apply in their              Stacy George, and monitor the alignment                            ● Walk-throughs
classrooms                  of pacing and content attainment                                   ● STAR Learning Walks
                         ● Provide professional development on the                             ● Teacher survey/voice
2.1.a                       Engineering Design process through
                            district AIT team and Dr. Stacy George
                     2019-21
                         ● Continue to provide relevant
                            opportunities for discussion in this area
Teachers design and 2018 - 19                                           Wes Masuda       WSF   ● Professional
implement                ● Provide professional development on                                   development log
integrated units of         STEM unit planning through district AIT                            ● Created units
                            team                                                               ● Collaboration notes
study to increase
                         ● Provide a template on integrated                                    ● Walk-throughs
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relevance, content,           curriculum design                                               ● STAR Learning Walks
and skills in real         ● Provide collab time in the development                           ● Teacher survey/voice
world applications            of units
                           ● Classroom teachers implement
2.1a                          integrated unit to strengthen Math, ELA,
                              and Science/Social Studies
                        2019-21
                           ● Teachers implement integrated units to
                              strengthen Math, ELA, and
                              Science/Social Studies
Teachers have a         2018-19                                          Alder Taylor   WSF   ●   Evidence of RtI in class
shared                     ● Provide/practice systemic RtI                                    ●   RtI classroom logs
understanding of RtI          framework/model                                                 ●   RtI teacher schedule
to enable teachers to   2019-21                                                               ●   Teacher survey/voice
implement a                                                                                   ●   PD agenda and
school-wide RtI            ● Continue to implement RtI framework                                  evaluation
program

2.1b
Teachers gain           2018-19                                          Alder Tayler   WSF   ● Evidence of GT
knowledge about            ● Provide professional development on GT                             Inclusion
GT inclusion                  inclusion                                                       ● GT meeting notes
                        2019-21                                                               ● GT lesson plans
2.1b                                                                                          ● Teacher survey/voice
                           ● Full GT inclusion                                                ● PD agenda and
                                                                                                evaluation

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A program to           2018 - 19                                         Laurie Ines         Other                ● Documented plan
welcome new                                                                                  N/A                  ● Academic coaching
teachers and ensure       ● Create and manage a transition plan for                                                 notes
that they have the           new staff (and refresher for existing                                                ● Teacher survey/voice
information and              staff) to include:
support they need to             ○ an assignment of a current staff
transition into the                   mentor
staff at Ka’elepulu              ○ a handbook that will consist of
                                      school discipline procedures,
2.1d                                  classroom expectations, grading
                                      expectations, communication
                                      systems, existing programs
                                      summaries, etc…
                                 ○ a documents folder for all
                                      important information/systems in
                                      the school
                       2019-21

                          ● Review and refine transition plan

Goal 3:​ Successful Systems of Support.​ ​The system and culture of Ka`elepulu works to effectively organize financial, human, and community
resources in support of student success.

Outcome:​ By the end of three years,                                     Rationale:

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Ka`elepulu Elementary School will:                                       ● In order for Ka`elepulu to successfully nurture and grow our
                                                                           students foundational supports must be systemic and adaptable.
   ● 3.1 Foster innovation and scaling of effective instructional and
                                                                         ● 3.2.b and 1.1.3b - Seeking PTSA support in staffing and
     operational practices to meet and exceed our educational goals.
                                                                           programs will support student success and foster community
   ● 3.2 Secure adequate resources to support school and
                                                                           (SSSI 2). PTSA currently supports our Art, Music and PE
     community-based plans for student success.
                                                                           positions. They also contribute to many different programs to
   ● 3.3 Increase efficiency and transparency of instructional and
                                                                           support student success. With continued support, Ka`elepulu can
     operational supports to promote student learning and help schools
                                                                           offer programs to include the arts leading to a well-rounded
     while stewarding public education resources
                                                                           student.
                                                                         ● 3.1b, 3.3a/b/d - Refining our ART and ILT processes will
                                                                           promote student learning and steward our resources wisely (SSSI
                                                                           2 and 12)​. As Ka`elepulu is a small school, teachers sit on
                                                                           several teams (ILT, ART, Collab, etc….). Because teachers have
                                                                           so many responsibilities, some of the systems have been muddled
                                                                           and need to be restored for proper functioning.
                                                                         ● 3.3b, 3.3e Creating a ​School-wide Systems for Data Collection to
                                                                           inform differentiated learning​ will ensure that all stakeholders
                                                                           have the information they need to make the best decisions for our
                                                                           students. Timely and user-friendly data will support strategic
                                                                           decision-making and accountability for student success.

Planning                                                                                                  Interim Measures of
                                                                                         Funding
                                                                                                          Progress

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                                                                                               Source of          Define the relevant data
                                    Enabling Activities &                ART Accountable        Funds
  Desired Outcome                                                                                                 used to regularly assess
                                  School Year(s) of Activity                 Lead(s)         (Check applicable
   (Island/Vision)                                                                                                 and monitor progress
                                       (Canoe Path)                        (Navigator)        boxes to indicate
                                                                                              source of funds)     (Tools of Navigation)
Continue to close the   2018-19                                          Jamie M Dela Cruz   WSF                    ● Agendas from
achievement gap and        ● Share the Choose Love program with                                                       sharing
improve student               the greater community to gain expertise.                                                opportunities
achievement through               ○ Present at the Schools of the                                                   ● Conference
sharing of successful                 Future conference                                                               attendance and
programs.               2019-21                                                                                       feedback
                           ● Continue sharing Choose Love program
3.1a                          with the greater community

School-wide culture     2018-19                                          Jamie M Dela Cruz   WSF                    ● Continuum
of continuous              ● Continue to implement Instructional                                                      Rubrics
improvement                   Leadership Teams to support identified
                              powerful instructional practices
3.1b
                        2019-2
                           ● Continue to implement and reflect upon
                               practice/performance to impact student
                               performance.

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Communication            2018-19                                          Jamie M Dela Cruz   WSF     ● Surveys
improvement to              ● Maintain timely web presence to                                         ● SQS
promote                        communicate achievements and
understanding and              challenges to engage school and
engagement of                  communities
stakeholders
                            ● Plan and implement content area
3.2b                          education events (parent nights and the
                              like)

                            ● Continue to nurture/build/seek
                              Partnerships to engage stakeholders

                         2019-21
                            ● Continue to
                               plan/implement/reflect/re-define
Efficient and            2018-19                                          Laurie Ines         WSF     ● Self Assessment
effective system to         ● Provide safe practice in responsibilities                       Other   ● Continuum
develop, implement,            for ART Team                                                             Rubrics
and monitor                                                                                           ● On-going growth
Academic and             2019-21                                                                        and development
Financial Plans             ● Reflect/Refine                                                            of data/purpose
                                                                                                        driven AcPlan
3.3a
School-wide Systems      2018-19                                          Laurie Ines         WSF     ●   Binders
for Data Collection to      ● Create data collection binders with                                     ●   iReady Data
inform differentiated          information on students current levels                                 ●   Data Teams notes
                               of achievement                                                         ●   RtI meeting notes
learning
                            ● Use information in data binders for
3.3b, 3.3e, 1.3                plans to address individual student
                               need.

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