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2200 E Commonwealth Ave,   Fullerton, CA 92831
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School Plan for Student Achievement

School Plan for Student Achievement

Executive Summary

2021/2022

Commonwealth Elementary School


Principal: Anita Lomeli

School Site Council Approval Date: November 16, 2021


State Program Funds:

LCFF Supplemental

302

LCFF Base

304

Instructional Materials

812

Federal

Program Funds:

Title I

Economically Disadvantaged

212

Estimated Funds:

$ 111,455.00

$ 39,932.00

$0

Estimated Funds:

$148,501.00


School Mission/Vision


Vision

Empowering students to be confident, purposeful, and honorable future college graduates.


Mission

In collaboration with our families and community, the entire staff at Commonwealth Elementary School is committed to providing all students with an education that is rigorous, relevant, and personalized in a safe and nurturing environment. We pledge to work together to ensure our students develop into confident, self-directed, and motivated learners able to fulfill desired opportunities as productive and honorable members of our society.

School Achievement Goals

Major Initiatives, Actions, and Services to Improve Student Achievement


Goal 1: Student Achievement


  • All students will attain proficiency in the core content areas.
  • By March 2022, the percent of students scoring in Level 1 (Red) or Level 2 (Yellow) on iReady Diagnostic #2 or FSD District assessments will decrease by at least 10% in grades K-6.
  • The percentage of students in grades 3-6 scoring in levels 1 and 2 ("not meeting State Standards") on the 2021-22 Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) CAASPP assessment will decrease by a minimum of 10% from the 2018-19 ELA and Mathematics results.

$197,256.00


Major Initiatives:

  • Guaranteed and Viable Standards identification, implementation, and data analysis in Math, Writing, and Reading by grade level/PLC
  • Marzano’s High-Reliability Schools (HRS) Level 2 Professional Development and implementation of Instructional Rounds with an emphasis on Effective Teaching in Every Classroom
  • School-wide fidelity to HRS and CW’s Model of Instruction
  • Expansion of RtI Program to 3 Full-Time Coaches and Tier 3 interventions for students; 2 FTEs for ELA and 1 FTE for Math
  • Small group targeted instruction with additional personnel (Instructional Assistants) in grades K-3
  • Focused and explicit instruction of ELD standards through designated and integrated instruction
  • Provide, utilize and monitor students’ academic development through computer adaptive software instruction such as iReady lessons, etc.
  • Afterschool targeted instruction for students in Math (Delta Club) and ELA through “Operation Lightspeed” and “Operation Go Green” InitiativesAfterschool targeted instruction for students in Math (Delta Club) and ELA through “Operation Lightspeed” and “Operation Go Green” Initiatives
  • Provide enrichment classes that strengthen student’s academic development such as Robotics and Speech and Debate
  • Provide timely information to parents regarding their child’s academic progress with strategies to help students improve through parent trainings and meetings.

Goal 2: Digital and Informational Literacy


  • The district will ensure access to high-quality digital tools, resources, and professional learning for staff and students to demonstrate digital and informational literacy.
  • All Commonwealth students and staff will have access to and demonstrate mastery of 21st Century learning tools, resources, and skills in support of relevant and rigorous learning experiences.

$26,500.00


  • Implement District Digital Citizenship Scope and Sequence Common Sense Media lessons to all grades at the beginning of the school year.
  • Work alongside Tech TOSA’s and implement digital strategies and software that enrich and engage students in learning through creativity and exploration.
  • Provide parents with digital literacy trainings that will support their child’s positive engagement with technology and the internet.

Goal 3: Safe and Secure Environment


  • All District departments and school sites will provide a safe and secure environment for all staff and students.
  • Commonwealth Elementary will provide a welcoming, safe, and secure environment for all members of our school community.

$71,135


  • PBIS: Now in our 7th year of implementation, we continue to collaborate, develop, and implement exceptional systems for students at all 3 tiers.  Our focus for the school year is to analyze the effectiveness of the 2nd and 3rd Tiers and make necessary adjustments. Maintain GOLD level status.
  • Attendance: Continue to implement individual, classroom, and school-wide incentives to increase daily attendance. Continue to educate and inform parents of the importance of regular attendance in school.
  • Identify and work with students and families who need support in their efforts to change poor attendance behaviors. 
  • Development and implementation of week-long school-wide themes such as Red Ribbon Week, Unity Week, Bully-Free Week, and Kindness Week.
  • Provide students in need of mental health support counseling with a Mental Health Therapist on site
  • Provide parents support with navigating resources for basic needs, education, and mental health through the

availability of a Social Services Assistant. 


Goal 4: Parent and Community Involvement


  • Increase parent and community involvement and communication throughout the District.
  • Commonwealth Elementary will increase parent engagement through timely, accessible, and pertinent communication among all members of our school community and within our District using a variety of platforms.

$4,997.00


  • School Activities
    • PE with Parents 3 times a year
    • Friends and Family Picnic 2 times a year (after January and pending OCPH/District approval)
    • PTA events throughout the year such as Movie Nights, Bingo with Buddies, etc.
    • Fullerton library puppet shows for kids and parents in grades K-2
    • Speech and Debate Tournaments
    • Robotics Club and Fest
    • Band and Recorder Performances
    • Parent Trainings related to parenting, college preparation, healthy eating and exercise, and technology
    • Intramural Games (afterschool student sports)
    • 2nd Harvest Food Pantry Distribution
    • All the Arts Family Night
    • Ballet Folklórico Performances
    • iROAR Student Recognition Monthly Assemblies
  • Advisory and Advocacy Roles
  • ELAC
  • SSC
  • Champions for Learning
  • Activities to Support Learning at Home
  • Parent University workshops taught by 4 teachers at CW (2 times a year in grade spans K-2, 3-6) in Math and ELA
  • Connecting all parents in grades 2-6 to the Reading incentive program (Accelerated Reader) through Home Connect for parents to receive emails when students take a quiz. Parents will be notified when students take a quiz, view their progress towards the trimester goal, and see the books students have read.
  • VIP 1:1 iPad school and home access for continued learning opportunities