2021-2022 ESSER III/SIIP Plan
Outcome goals for this academic school year
Complete ESSER School Funding Plans
ESSER III/SIIP Plan At-a-Glance
Fairfax Villa Elementary School
Dave Gerstner, Principal
ESSER III English Language Arts Strategies
Outcome: By the Spring of 2022, 85% of students in grades 1-6 who scored at or below the 39th percentile on the Beginning of Year (BOY) iReady Universal Reading Screener will make at least one year’s growth in reading progress (see appendix for growth chart) as measured by the DRA2 Developmental Reading Assessment (DRA2). This includes our target subgroup populations (Black, ESOL, SpEd students).
Teachers will implement core literacy instruction in a workshop format, including student goal setting and conferencing, as assessed by FCPS Elementary Literacy Framework guidelines. (POG: Communicator, Collaborator, Creative Critical Thinker, Goal-Directed and Resilient Individual)
Teachers will use data from formative assessments to guide instruction. (POG: Communicator, Collaborator, Creative Critical Thinker, Goal-Directed and Resilient Individual)
ESSER III Mathematics Strategies
Outcome: Ensure students are making sufficient progress to be on grade level in Mathematics.
Support student conceptual knowledge of the essential standards through the eight mathematical teaching practices and collaborative learning in Math Workshop in grades K-6. (POG: Creative and Critical Thinker, Communicator, Goal-Directed and Resilient)
Consistent use of math unit common assessments, designed to elicit student conceptual understanding and mastery of essential standards, across units throughout the year in CTs to drive instruction. (POG: Communicator, Goal-Directed, and Resilient and Creative and Critical Thinker)
ESSER III Wellness Strategies
Outcome: Ensure students feel safe, included, and supported in the school environment.
MentorWorks Program- connect Tier 2 & 3 students with staff or community mentor.
Classroom Guidance: Tier 1 instruction provided to all students through classroom guidance lesson
Small group instruction: Small groups will be provided to reinforce Tier 1 interventions. Students will be identified using SEL screener, MTSS data, and teacher or parent referral.
Access and Opportunity End of Year SMARTR Outcome
3 year goal:
By June 2021, Fairfax Villa will move up one level on the continuum in the 2 areas of Committed Professionals and Find/Identify
By June 2022, Fairfax Villa will move up one level on the continuum in the area of nurture, guide, and support. We will also improve on our end of year survey results for both Committed Professionals (1.92) and Find/Identify (2.0), which we focused on during the 2020-21 school year.
By June 2023 (by the end of year 3), our goal is to have a Young Scholars model that is at Highly Functioning in all four areas outlined in the FCPS Implementation Rubric for Young Scholars Model.
Establish a shared knowledge of Young Scholars Model focused on Committed Professionals, Find/Identify, and Nurture, Guide, and Support.
OTHER End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Language Arts Kindergarten
Outcome: By June 2022, 85% of all kindergarten students will read instructionally texts at or above an End-of-Year (EOY) level text (C/4) as measured by the DRA2 Developmental Reading Assessment
Teachers will implement effective core literacy instruction in a workshop format as assessed by FCPS Elementary Literacy Framework guidelines. (POG: Communicator, Collaborator, Creative Critical Thinker, Goal-Directed and Resilient Individual)
Teachers will continue to implement the Kindergartners Learning About Print (KLAP) program to plan and instruct students in early literacy skills. (POG: Communicator, Collaborator, Creative Critical Thinker, Goal-Directed and Resilient Individual)
Implement professional development to support teachers in reaching these reading SIIP goals. (POG: Communicator, Goal-Directed and Resilient, and Creative and Critical Thinker)