2021-22 ESSER III/School Innovation and Improvement Plan
Outcome goals for this academic school year
2021-22 ESSER III/School Improvement & Innovation Plan At A Glance (SIIP)
Chantilly High School
Scott Poole, Principal
SMARTR Goal 1:
The percentage of students within these subgroups (Black, English Language Learners, and Students with Disabilities) who receive an industry certification, professional licensure, or credential; complete a college level course (Advanced Placement or Dual Enrollment); are accepted into a post-secondary employment program (STEP, county or state programs); or increase their work readiness skills; will increase by at least 10% each year over a three year period resulting in 100% by 2023.
SMARTR Goal 2:
By June 2023, 100% of students will report feeling respected and included at Chantilly High School as measured on a school-wide survey.
SMARTR Goal 3:
By June 2023, we will, through the identification of specific opportunities designed to increase and sustain employee engagement, demonstrate a measurable increase (to at least baseline from 2017-18), in three areas identified as significant drivers for CHS (trust, implementing policies fairly, and feeling appreciated for work).
SMARTR Goal 4:
100% of 9th and 10th grades students reading below grade level will receive targeted intervention and make measurable progress by June 2022. Without intervention, measurable progress is defined as 75-100 point growth in an academic year; with consistent access to intervention strategies, students will achieve 150-200 point growth. Students will re-test in May-June 2022.
SMARTR Goal 5:
The number of students receiving F's (205) in a math content course will decrease by 25% (51 less F's) by the end of first semester and by 50% (103 less F's) by the end of the year.