CANE RUN ELEMENTARY. Comprehensive School Plan. Presented by: Brennon Sapp Rob Brown Jeff Vincent Chris Kindred Marla Squires Greg Wilson . 3/9/05 Stan Whitaker. Mission Statement.
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Comprehensive School Plan
Presented by: Brennon Sapp
Students who enter Cane Run Elementary will learn to read, write, solve problems, communicate ideas, and work as a member of a team.
We will focus primarily on maintaining the current level of excellence in reading while closing achievement gaps.
We will refine implementation of the 5-Block Literacy Method.
Maintain or surpass our current level of performance in the classroom and on the KPR (100.1768)
Teachers will meet regularly to analyze individual students to determine the next steps needed to help each student reach proficiency in reading.
School resources will then be allocated to
help these students reach proficiency.
According to teacher observations and DRA, individual students scoring below the proficient level will be identified and assigned reading specialist for individual/small group tutoring.
50% of identified students will
improve their reading level at least one tier on the DRA.
The learning environment committee will identify reading/teaching materials that reflect the multi-cultural population of our school.
Lessons, literacy center, and the library will better reflect the multicultural
population of our school and community.
The Family Resource Center will organize and implement a community reading literacy program.
The school will host one community
reading literacy event each quarter
with at least 25% of the school’s families in attendance.
For more information on any of these programs, please contact Amy Dennes at (502) 485-8223