School Improvement Plan

 

 

OMMS SCHOOL

School Improvement Plan At A Glance

2016 – 2017

 

OMMS SCHOOL: Vision and Mission

Strategies

 

Vision: Every student is inspired to learn and empowered to excel.

Mission: We cultivate a vibrant learning community that prepares students to thrive in a dynamic world.

 

  1. In order to impact mathematics/reading performance for all students, staff will engage in data driven collaborative planning on a regular basis (at least 2-4 times per month).

 

  1. In order to impact (mathematic/reading) performance for all students, staff will generate and utilize common assessments aligned with curriculum standards (utilizing the principles of UbD) on a quarterly basis.

 

  1. In order to impact mathematics/reading performance for all students, students and staff will reflect upon their data/set personal goals and provide feedback for school improvement, performance, and growth through the year.

 

 

HCPSS Vision and Mission 

 

Vision 2018: Every student is inspired to learn and empowered to excel.

Mission: We cultivate a vibrant learning community that prepares students to thrive in a dynamic world.

 

HCPSS Goals

 

  • Students (Goal 1): Every student achieves academic excellence in an inspiring, engaging, and supportive environment.
  • Staff (Goal 2): Every staff member is engaged, supported, and successful.
  • Families and the Community (Goal 3): Families and the community are engaged and supported as partners in education.
  • Organization (Goal 4): Schools are supported by world-class organizational practices.

 

School Targets

 

  • For MAP mathematics, Oakland Mills Middle School will increase the number of overall students meeting the benchmark by 2-5% from Spring 2016-Spring 2017. 
  • The number of students receiving FARMS meeting the benchmark in math/reading will increase by 2-5% from Spring 2016 to Spring 2017. 
  • For MAP reading, Oakland Mills Middle School will increase the number of overall students meeting the benchmark by 2-5% from Spring 2016-Spring 2017.
  • The number of FARMS students meeting the benchmark in reading will increase by 2-5% from Spring 2016 to Spring 2017.