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1 2nd SMART Goal: Math 80% of students will increase addition and subtraction fluency by two facts per month correct by June 10th 2015 measured monthly by eureka number bond sprints. Reading 80% of students will increase words fluently read per minute by 5 words per month. Goal will be measured using eureka fluency passages, read naturally, and DIBELS DORF tests.

2 3 rd Grade SMART Goals Mary Anne Craig, Chelsea Rodriguez, Tessie Goheen Math: 100% of non-intensive students will achieve 90% accuracy on 50 problems in 3 minutes (multiplication, addition, subtraction fluency) and intensive students progress by 100% by year-end. -Measured by KEMS Fact Master tests Reading: 100% of non-intensive students reach benchmark measured by DAZE (18) by yearend, intensive students will progress 100% by year-end. -Measured by DAZE tests Data Wall: Math Dot Chart on Graph Paper September starts with addition, October add subtraction, November add Multiplication, January add Division to Data Wall Reading Dot Chart to show Monthly Benchmark Comprehension

3 4 th Grade SMART Goals Math Goal: We will use SOLVE to understand, break apart, and answer word problems. We will explain how we got to our answer and why it works. (We will add strand data when it becomes available.) Reading Goal: We will track reading fluency with the intentions of increasing student comprehension. All students will show a 25% growth in their reading fluency. (We will add strand data when it becomes available.)

4 COMMON AGREEMENTS SMART GOAL: Team defined goal Use data to create goal ALL certificated staff who work with kids have SMART goal Students will track their data DATA WALL: All certificated staff will tract student SMART goal data and will be kept up Some version of the data will be public, teacher choice of placement All students will track their own data LEARNING TARGETS: Teachers will post daily learning target in the skills standard outcome format I am I can I got it when STRUCTURE OF RTI Teams will meet 3 times a year to analyze data and plan toward SMART goal

5 MIddle School Tentative SMART Goal Format for : By April, average class proficiency on (...) will increase by 15% from baseline data in September, with all students demonstrating some measurable growth, as benchmarked monthly in a variety of assessments, including: (...). MSP Strand data will be analyzed to fill in the (...) and target appropriate instructional standards and content.

6 SMART GOAL 2015 Smart GOAL 1014 OUTCOME: Recorder Karate Goal 80% of participating students will achieve a level 4 (Green) before the end of the school year. Students met once a week for 30 minutes. As it turns out, the goal would have been more realistic for a class that met twice a week. A few students just never got comfortable with holding the recorder and covering the holes. Most of the students enjoyed achieving belts and writing their names on the Wall of Fame. All but a couple students achieved the white belt. In the future, I will start with younger students (3 rd grade) and spend a month or two with activities that will help each child feel comfortable with holding, fingering, blowing, and tonguing on the recorder before starting Recorder Karate. When we do start Recorder Karate it might be best to have the students work with me in a large group more, and in small groups less. Sara Weyrick General Music, WH STEM ACADEMY SMART GOAL 2015 Recorder Karate Goal 80% of participating students will achieve a level 3 belt (Orange) before the end of the school year. Strategy: Recorder will be taught to 3 rd & 4 th grade classes. We will spend four weeks on recorder basics before starting Recorder Karate. The emphasis will be on the class goal of 80% for each belt. While the majority of instructional time will be teacher led, students will have opportunities to help each other too. Sara Weyrick General Music, WH STEM ACADEMY

7 Technology Smart Goals Target group 6 th grade Ortenzo s class 1 st semester Lippy s class 2 nd semester Goal - Students will improve their typing/keyboarding skills by 5 wpm every month or meet the standard of wpm. Activity Practice keyboarding skills 1 day per week using Type to Learn or Typing Club Students will keep track of their progress by taking a timed typing test once a month and putting it into an Excel spreadsheet. Smart Goals Fitness 6th (?) Students will show 20% growth in cardiorespiratory respiratory endurance.

8 100% of our students will identify and state the 26 sounds and letters of the Alphabet. *When a student has met the first ELA goal, then they will progress to the second SMART Goal. The students will have a 20% growth rate in the Fry Sight Word reading list. 100% of our students will be able to count to 100 by the end of the school year. *When a student has met this first math goal, then they will progress to the second smart goal. The student will fluently add and subtract to five.

9 SPED/Title (tentative) SMART goals Reading SMART goal Students will increase their reading fluency speed by 50% -- Use the measurement tools Ezy CBM score, Reading Mastery, Read Naturally passages, DIBELS (take baseline measures from the other measures to determine the skill level for DIBELS) Math SMART Students will increase their math facts speed by 25% --Use the Data Director and Safari Montage

10 TEAM 5 SMART Goal: 80% of students will add and subtract fractions and mixed numbers with like and unlike denominators with 8 out of 10 correct by May 2015 measured monthly by the RTI test.

11 Tentative 1st Grade SMART Goals SMART Goals Reading Goal: Fluency (based on CCSS RF1.3 and RF1.4) Our goal is that every student will show measurable growth as demonstrated on DIBELS. Our goal is for all students to show measurable growth with a class average of 50% growth on fluency as measured by the DIBELS Progress monitoring assessment. The first part of the year the goal will be measured by Nonsense word fluency and the second half of the year it will be measured by Oral Reading Fluency. Math Goal: Our goal is that all students will show growth on math concepts as measured by the Easy CBM testing and progress monitoring. The goal is 80% of students will meet the 50th percentile.

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