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FCS Ohio Improvement Plan

GOAL 1 - ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

70% of students will meet or exceed grade-level proficiency OR reduce their deficiency from 70% by half on the Spring English Language Arts OST Grades 3- 8/HS EOC by June 2023. Benchmarks: 2021 = 60%; 2022 = 65%; 2023 = 70%

 

Strategy 1.1: CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT (ELA)

Implementation of a comprehensive literacy instruction program that is coordinated between all grades and aligned to Ohio Plan to Raise Literacy Achievement.

 

Strategy 1.2: CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT (Instruction/MTSS)

Implement research-based prevention and intervention strategies to effectively respond to academic and non-academic risk factors to improve student achievement based on the tiered framework of MTSS.

 

Strategy 1.3: COMMUNITY, FAMILY ENGAGEMENT

Create effective programs and events to stimulate parent interest and involvement.

 

Strategy 1.4: PROFESSIONAL CAPITAL

Ensure equitable access to excellent educators across all buildings and programs in the district through data review, root cause analysis, and the development of strategies designed to address any gap due to teacher inexperience.

 

GOAL 2: MATHEMATICS

70% of students will meet or exceed grade-level proficiency OR reduce their deficiency from 70% by half on the Spring Mathematics OST Grades 3- 8/HS EOC by June 2023. Benchmarks: 2021 = 60%; 2022 = 65%; 2023 = 70%

Strategy 2.1: CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT (Math)

Implementation of a comprehensive mathematics instruction program that is coordinated between all grades and aligned to Ohio's Learning Standards for Mathematics.

Strategy 2.2: CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT (Instruction/MTSS)

Implement research-based prevention and intervention strategies to effectively respond to academic and non-academic risk factors to improve student achievement based on the tiered framework of MTSS.

Strategy 2.3: COMMUNITY, FAMILY ENGAGEMENT

Create effective programs and events to stimulate parent interest and involvement.

GOAL 3: POST-SECONDARY

100% of Fostoria City Schools students will enter high school with an identified post-secondary goal and 4 year written academic plan by 2023.

Strategy 3.1: COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS (Post-Secondary)

Early exposure to a variety of post-secondary options and necessary preparation required for each option (College 2year/4year; Trade School/Apprenticeship; Military; Workforce, etc.).

Strategy 3.2: CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT

Challenging core curricula at the elementary and middle levels that are aligned with the high school curricula that will ensure students are on target for college and career readiness by the end of grade 8.

Strategy 3.3: COMMUNITY, FAMILY ENGAGEMENT

Collaboration with employers and economic development agencies. Collaborations with postsecondary institutions. Early and ongoing counseling for students and their families.

GOAL 4: SPECIAL POPULATIONS, STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES

100% of Fostoria City Schools Special Education students will be prepared and able to achieve a level of competence, self-reliance, disability awareness and independence, based on their own unique abilities, so each transition successfully to their future by 2023.

Strategy 4.1: CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT (SWD)

Programs within the district will develop and implement specific, evidence-based instructional materials and strategies, appropriate to support each Special Education service, on an ongoing basis, driven by students' IEPs/individual transition plans (post-secondary education, employment, and independent living skills.) The District will allocate the necessary resources and provide staffing to support the delivery of each service, on an ongoing basis.

Strategy 4.2: COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS

The District will provide appropriate resources to support transition planning and implementation for each student with an IEP in order to facilitate effective transitions, from entry to the district through graduation or completion of a certificate, with a focus on services, goals, and post-school objectives.

Strategy 4.3: COMMUNITY, FAMILY ENGAGEMENT

In order to facilitate trust and collaboration among all stakeholders, the District will develop a transparent, consistent and comprehensive system of communication.

Strategy 4.4: SCHOOL CLIMATE AND SUPPORTS

In order to provide a wide range of supports and services to students with disabilities, the district will provide resources and learning environments to support multiple needs related to behavior and social-emotional functioning.

GOAL 5: SAFE AND HEALTHY SCHOOLS

100% of Fostoria City Schools' staff will create safe and healthy family, school, and community environments by promoting healthy social/emotional development by 2023.

Strategy 5.1: SCHOOL CLIMATE AND SUPPORT (Safe and Healthy Schools)

Engage students, staff, parents, agencies, and other community members to provide a network of services, supports, and activities that promote a safe and positive learning environment.

Strategy 5.2: SCHOOL CLIMATE AND SUPPORT

Integrated with the tiered framework of MTSS implement the PBIS framework for addressing data, teaching/developing positive behavior habits to create a positive climate for learning.

Strategy 5.3: CURRICULUM, INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT (INSTRUCTION)

Implement a variety of instructional strategies and practices focused on increasing student engagement and providing a network of services, supports, resources, research-based prevention, programs, interventions and strategies that promote the prevention and reduction of at-risk behaviors.

Strategy 5.4: COMMUNITY, FAMILY ENGAGEMENT

With the assistance of community service agencies, provide students and families multiple opportunities to engage with a variety of educational, prevention, and support resources utilizing multiple delivery methods.

Strategy 5.5: SCHOOL CLIMATE AND SUPPORTS (HOMELESS STUDENTS)

In order to provide a wide range of supports and services to homeless students or students at risk for homelessness, the district will provide resources and learning environments to support multiple needs related to academic success and social-emotional functioning.

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