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Beaverton Schools

School Improvement Plan

Strategic Plan Goal Area 1: Safe and Thriving

Strategic Plan Outcome: All identities are valued and every student is included.
Strategic Plan Measure: % of students reporting they feel safe, welcome, and accepted at school.
School “SMART” Goal (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timely): By the end of the 2023-24 school year, 80% of McKinley students will report, as measured by a K-5 school-wide assessment, they feel “safe, welcome, and accepted” at school.

Strategic Plan Strategy: Teams in each building meet regularly to examine social-emotional, academic, attendance and discipline data for students.

Strategic Plan Goal Area 2: Foundations of Success

Strategic Plan Outcome: Each student demonstrates proficiency on language and literacy targets by the end of third grade
Strategic Plan Measure: % of 3rd graders demonstrating proficiency on the state Language Arts assessment
School “SMART” Goal (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant, Timely): During the ‘23-24 school year, ALL McKinley students in regular attendance (>90%) will demonstrate no less than one year’s growth in language and literacy targets, as measured by the IRLA and/or available leading indicators, including but not limited to CORE Screener, Progress Monitoring Data, LETRS Spelling Screener Data, Heggerty Assessment Data, and EasyCBM.
Strategic Plan Strategy: Research-based systematic balanced literacy components including phonics and phonemic awareness curriculum and instruction