Continuous Improvement Plan 2018-2019
Shades Valley High School's Continuous Improvement Leadership Team met regularly from June to September 2018 to review the school's mission and vision to determine our strengths and weaknesses based on data from a spring survey of students, parents, teachers, and staff, and fall inventories of teachers and students. We analyzed and discussed data from different types of assessments to determine trends in performance. We identified notable achievements and areas in need of improvement. Using different sources of data, the Continuous Improvement Leadership Team identified three goals (described below) and presented these to the faculty. The faculty in both large and small groups has met several times since the beginning of the year to review district standards, examine local school pratices, and assist with the writing of the Continuous Improvement Plan.
To prepare students with the skills needed to be ready for college, career, and life
A model school providing multiple pathways for all students to maximize their potential as they engage in their local and global communities
Eleventh-grade students will demonstrate a 3 percent increase in proficiency in reading comprehension from sophomore year (as measured by performance on the Pre-ACT Reading Test) to junior year as measured by performance on the ACT Reading Test.
Shades Valley High School math teachers will increase the percentage of students who benchmark on the ACT Math Test by 3 percent from sophomore year (Pre-ACT 2017-2018) to junior year (ACT 2018-2019).
Shades Valley High School faculty, staff, and administrators will collaborate to increase student attendance from August 9, 2018 to May 24, 2019, as measured by a decrease in the number of students who have 15 or more absences from August 9, 2018 to May 24, 2019.