2022-2023 ESSER III/SIIP Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

Complete ESSER School Funding Plans

ESSER III/SIIP Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2022-2023

  • Fairfax Villa Elementary School

  • Region 5

  • Dave Gerstner, Principal

English Language Arts

Outcome: Ensure students are making sufficient progress to be on grade level in literacy.

Goal: By June 2023, students in Grades 1-6 at risk for literacy (those students scoring at or below the 39th percentile on the fall iReady reading screener) will achieve 1.5 year's worth of growth (150%) in their literacy skills from  the fall to the spring as measured by the growth ratio in the iReady reading screener in order to support closing the achievement gap in literacy.

By June 2023, 85% of Kindergarten students at risk for literacy (as measured by the PALS-K screener)  will have met the spring benchmark for the PALS screener.


Strategy 1  

Students will receive Tier 1 instruction that is aligned with evidence-based literacy instructional strategies and resources.

Strategy 2

Students will receive Tier 3 intervention instruction that is data-based and aligned with evidence-based literacy instructional strategies and resources.

Strategy 3

Students will receive Tier 2 small group targeted instruction based on student data that is aligned with evidence-based practices.



Outcome: Ensure students are making sufficient progress to be on grade level in Mathematics.

Goal: By June 3, 2023, 85% of K-6 students will grow one level or higher on the essential standard units (number sense and/or computation units) as measured by the K-6 collaborative team school assessments created.

Strategy 1

Support student conceptual knowledge of the essential standards through embedding and evaluating the shifts (8ct.) focusing mainly on the shift of  looking at correct answers toward looking at students’ thinking. 

Strategy 2

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.

Strategy 3

Teachers design small group learning tasks to support tier 2 & 3 students (AVMR, ST Math, FCPS Intervention Materials) that target specific strategies or representations.  


Outcome: Ensure students feel safe, included, and supported in the school environment.

Goal: By the end of 2022-23 school year, 100% of students who are identified via the MTSS Seeking Solutions Conferences as needing Tier 2 or 3 social emotional support will be offered an intervention: either being connected to a mentor, small counseling group, or other additional SEL support.

Strategy 1

Provide targeted Tier 1 lessons to all students grades K-6, focusing on problem solving and emotional regulation.

Strategy 2

Tier 2 and 3 students will be assigned a staff mentor that will meet with them weekly for 30 minutes.

Strategy 3

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.

Portrait Of a Graduate (POG)

Outcome: All students will complete a POG Presentation of Learning (POL) by 2025-26.

Goal: By the end of SY 2022-23, 100% of students will demonstrate growth in the POG skill and attribute of a Communicator. Their growth will be measured through POG self-reflections given at the beginning and end of the year scored using the teacher rubric. https://docs.google.com/document/d/13_8SRwqNZRSFXNG0amhlSkJsVJAtC0FYp80R39F0pDw/edit?usp=sharing

Strategy 1

The school will build an understanding with students, staff, and the community about why the POG attributes and skills of a Communicator positively impact students within and beyond school.

Strategy 2

Collaborative teams will align content knowledge and skills with POG attributes and skills.