Man Elementary School. 5-Year Strategic Plan. Administration Principal Staff RMT Title I Teachers Kindergarten Teacher Third Grade Teacher Special Education Teacher Secretary Parents Business Partners. Garland Elmore Roma Marcum Toni Duba Stephanie Fryer Lee Ann Rozzell
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5-Year Strategic Plan
Title I Teachers
Third Grade Teacher
Special Education Teacher
Lee Ann Rozzell
SnyderSCHOOL STRATEGIC PLANNING COMMITTEE
environment that develops every students’
growth and potential in a process that
leads to life-long productive learners.
Man Elementary's academically
diverse students will work
toward obtaining mastery in the
areas of Reading/Language Arts
1.1To maintain proficiency in all groups and to decrease by 10% those not meeting proficiency in the area of Reading/Language Arts and thereby decrease the achievement gap among the sub-groups attending Man Elementary School.
1.2To maintain proficiency in all groups and to decrease by 10% those not meeting proficiency in the area of Mathematics and thereby decrease the achievement gap among the sub-groups attending Man Elementary School.
Man Elementary 's academically
diverse students will work
toward obtaining mastery and
above on their writing
2.1To decrease the percentage of students that did not demonstrate competent and proficient performance in the application of their writing skills by scoring mastery or above.
2.2To have each classroom teacher utilize effective instruction that targets all students and results in highly engaged students who master the essential writing curriculum.
At Man Elementary, the Title I staff provides services and support, as determined by the testing data, to students in grades K-4. The Title I staff, consisting of three teachers, is also instrumental in the implementation of the Reading First program for the K-3. Services are provided through in-class, team teaching, small group instruction, and individual assistance. Title I staff are also utilized by reducing class size through pull-out programs in basic reading, as well as pull-outs of small groups of students that need intensive reading instruction. The pull-outs affect nine percent of the student population and reflects class size reduction in thirteen classrooms.
Planning, collaboration, and evaluation by staff before school are an integral part of our programs. Continuation of staff training will ensure student progress and success. A climate conducive to learning and a staff who has prioritized the curriculum to meet the needs of students will be the focus of what we will use to define the instructional program at Man Elementary.
A book study will also be conducted on "Teaching and Learning Through Multiple Intelligences" which addresses writing and other curriculum areas. This will also tie in with our county's focus on differentiated instructional strategies.
Title I will continue to be instrumental in the implementation of the Reading First Program within grades K-3. The purpose of the program is to ensure all students will be reading on grade level prior to entering Fourth Grade.
Man Elementary Title I will provide high levels of instruction through the use of Bloom's Taxonomy in Math and Reading. The action and services are based upon the results of our needs assessment, WESTEST scores, parent surveys, teacher surveys, and feedback from staff.
The Accelerated Reading program will become a vital component of the reading curriculum grades K-4. Students will be encouraged to set goals and reading independently the number of books required to reach those goals.
Parental involvement is an important aspect of every child's education. The staff of Man Elementary K-4 believes that parents and educators must work together to help each child succeed in school.
The Parent Involvement Policy at Man Elementary will provide multiple opportunities for parents to become involved in the education of their children. We believe school and home must work together to benefit students and increase achievement.
Henry Ford once said –
“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young. The greatest thing in life is to keep your mind young.”