Raymond Elementary School

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517 N Raymond Ave,   Fullerton, CA 92831
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School Plan for Student Achievement


School Plan for Student Achievement

Executive Summary

2021/2022

Raymond School


Principal: Cristina Centeno

School Site Council Approval Date: November 10, 2021


State Program Funds:

LCFF Supplemental

302

LCFF Base

304

Federal

Program Funds:

Title I

Economically Disadvantaged

212

Estimated Funds:

$ 166,674

$ 79,462

Estimated Funds:

$ 209,639


School Mission/Vision

Vision:

Communicate Create Innovate

 

Mission:

Raymond School provides all students with a balanced innovative education within a safe and nurturing environment.

 

Raymond School is a TK-6th Grade elementary STEAM school (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics). We inspire children to become launching agents of change and use their Communication, Creativity, and Innovative skills to flourish in a language-rich global society. Raymond surrounds children with a balanced educational approach within a safe and nurturing environment that ensures growth, both academically and socially, for every student, every grade, and in every subject.

School Achievement Goals

Major Initiatives, Actions, and Services to Improve Student Achievement

Goal 1: Student Achievement

  • By May 1, 2022, through the implementation of Reading, Writing, Phonics, and Math Workshop, performance task preparation, and RTI, passing i-Ready ELA scores (mid-
  • grade-level or higher) will increase by 10 percentage points (from 29% to 39%) and iReady Math scores will increase by 10 percentage points (from 14% to 24%) from 2020-2021.
  • Teachers will endeavor to provide at least one year of growth for students at or above grade level and 1.5 years of growth for students below grade level, as measured by
  • Guided Reading Levels and iReady Growth. Likewise, our ELL proficiency level on iReady ELA will increase by 10 percentage points (from 14% to 24%) and on iReady Math (from 3% to 13%). Our SPED proficiency on the iReady ELA will increase by 10 percentage points (from 8% to 18%) and on iReady Math (from 10% to 20%). Raymond's goal is that 100% of our students (TK-6 ) will make adequate progress towards proficiency in the core content areas. Students who are not making adequate progress toward their goal(s) will have an RTI plan in place whereby teachers design a tiered model of intervention and monitor their progress.

  • Support California Common Core Standards Curriculum
  • Raymond will establish a structure and culture for continuous improvement by implementing best practices and providing professional development, time to collaborate, learn, plan and implement instruction that will allow students to attain proficiency in the core content areas. 
  • Purchase supplementary materials to Support Standards-aligned instruction
  • Purchase supplementary materials to Support NGSS & STEAM instruction
  • Transportation for 5 day Field trip for 5th grade STEM lab on a military base, students to see plays, art galleries, etc.
  • Support P.E. Program that provides two 50 minutes per week of PLC time for teachers to meet, analyze data, discuss best practices, plan enrichment & interventions, and progress monitor and track student growth
  • Support Professional Development for Staff, Gifted and Talented Education training and supplemental materials and training
  • Support Visual and Performing Arts
  • Support Transitional Kindergarten
  • Support Pathways to College and Career ready instruction
  • Support special education RSP, SLP
  • Support Dual Language Academy, English Learners, classroom libraries to have a more inclusive and diverse 
  • Support Enrichment & Interventions before or after school,  two combo classes 4/5 and 5/6
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Goal 2: Technology and Digital Literacy

  • All Raymond students will have access to and demonstrate master of 21st Century learning tools, resources, and skills in support of relevant and rigorous learning experiences.

  • Support California Common Core Standards Curriculum
  • Raymond will establish a structure and culture for continuous improvement by implementing best practices and providing professional development, time to collaborate, learn, plan and implement instruction that will allow students to attain proficiency in the core content areas. 
  • Purchase supplementary materials to Support Standards-aligned instruction
  • Purchase supplementary materials to Support NGSS & STEAM instruction
  • Support 1/2 day per week for extra teacher for TK / K to integrate Science into Garden 
  • Support Gifted and Talented Education training and supplemental materials and training
  • Support Pathways to College and Career ready instruction

Goal 3: Safe and Secure Environment

  • Raymond School will provide a welcoming, inclusive, safe, and secure environment for all members and the community.

  • Ensure safe work and school environments
  • Implement and develop programs that support the emotional and physical well-being of all students and staff
  • Emergency preparedness training & materials
  • Support Safety Plans
  • Support School PBIS 
  • Support Anti-bullying programs
  • Promote School Attendance 
  • Promote Saturday School
  • Visitor management system
  • Health Assistant
  • Supply and maintain our nursing station & office 
  • Counseling Support - Mental Health Support for the emotional well-being of all students and staff
  • Support Foster Youth & Homeless
  • Upgrade or maintain facilities as needed. 
  • Support supervision of students & parents (noon duty, before school & after school parking) 

Goal 4: Parent Engagement

  • Raymond School will support excellent communication among all members of our school community and within our district and city geographic area at large.  

  • Promote ongoing and open communication among all stakeholders that maintains a culture of respect, integrity, and inclusion. 
  • Provide access to websites and social media for parents and community & newsletters for parents.
  • Foster Parent Advisory Groups 
  • PTA, SSC, ELAC, Parent Coffees, Parent Socials, Champions for Learning, Padres in Acción, etc.
  • Increase Opportunities for Parent Involvement or Engagement 
  • Parent Mtgs. based on parent needs
  • Foster and build community partnerships
  • CSUF, FJC, Hope, Parent & Community volunteers
  • Highlight student successes in student events
  • Parent Education Classes, Foster student participation in community events
  • Ballet Folklorico dance at carnival, Speech & Debate, FSD Fest, Every Student Succeeding,  
  • Ensure adequate school personal such as: 
  • Bilingual office staff and Social Service Assistant, Provide translation support
  • Parent conferences, parent meetings, weekly messages, flyers, etc.
  • Celebrations / Recognition for students, staff, and parents to reward growth and/or success