CEP Goals

The Comprehensive Education Plan (CEP) is comprised of a set of goals that acts as a blueprint for the school year.  Each goal is created to help strengthen the entire school community by setting concrete, measurable goals.  The CEP goals for the 2018-2019 school year are:

 

  • As a result of the implementation of the 100 Book Challenge and aligned conferencing strategies in grades K – 4, by June 2019, 38% of students in grades 3 and 4 will receive a level 3 or 4 on the NYS Exam.

  • Members of the Attendance and Equity teams will “adopt” students on the chronically absence list as mentees throughout the year. The Equity team will focus on cultural appreciation and the importance of regular attendance. As a result, by June 2019, the number of chronically absent students will decrease by 10%.

  • In an effort to unite staff in crisis intervention practices, 100% of teachers will work in teams to participate in/facilitate Crisis Intervention training. As a result, levels 1, 2, and 3 OORS reports will decrease by 10%.

  • Through collaboration with PE Works and a redesign of the middle school schedule, 100% of students in grades 7 and 8 will receive at least the minimum required minutes of health and physical education, thus increasing their knowledge of health and wellness related issues relevant to young adults and adults.

  • By June 2019, parents will have the opportunity to participate in 5 morning/evening Meet and Greet sessions regarding instructional programs and materials (Performance Series, iReady, Pupil Path, 100 Book Challenge, etc.). As a result, the number of parents subscribing to the Skedula (IO Education) information system will increase by 20% and responses to regularly issued parent feedback surveys will increase in favorability by 10% by year’s end.