Outcome 1: Be compassionate and kind.
- Be aware of and appreciate one’s similarities and differences with others.
- Listen well and cooperate with others.
- Demonstrate awareness of one’s own thoughts and emotions and how they impact behavior.
- Express emotions, thoughts and impulses in positive and beneficial ways.
- Resolve conflicts and repair relationships.
By June 2020, students will improve their ability to be compassionate and kind by having 90% of the entire student body identify as “Always and/or “Most of the Time” on the OSD Elementary Student Survey.
Outcome 2: Have the academic and life skills to pursue their individual career, civic and educational goals.
- Read, write and speak effectively for a wide range of purposes, including the interpretation and analysis of both literary and informational texts.
- Know and apply mathematics to a level of fluency that ensures a broad range of post-secondary opportunities and career choices.
- Use analytic and scientific principles to draw sound conclusions.
- Analyze multiple causal factors that shape major events in history.
- Exit with a personalized post-secondary transition plan for work, career and/or college, and complete the first steps toward achieving post-secondary goals before graduation.
- Develop and use conceptual understanding, exploring knowledge across a range of disciplines, and engage with issues and ideas that have local and global significance.
- Problem solve using both creative and critical thinking skills.
- Demonstrate continuous growth across the disciplines to meet or exceed academic learning standards and work toward graduation.
- Apply reliable information and systematic decision making to personal financial decisions.
By May 2020, at least 90% of all students in grades K -5 will meet or exceed end of year grade level expectations in Reading Fluency as measured by Dibels (K -1) and Wonders Fluency Assessments (2 - 5).
By May 2020, at least 90% of all students in Kindergarten - 1st grade will score proficient (75%) or better on Number Corner Assessments given quarterly in October, January, March and May.
At least 90% of students in 2nd - 5th grade will show of 8 points or higher of growth on the Math MAP assessment between September 2019 and April 2020.
By May 2020, at least 90% of all students in grade 5 will be proficient with a 3 or above on the SBA.
Outcome 3: Advocate for the social, physical and mental wellness of themselves and others and be hopeful about the future.
- Communicate effectively.
- Develop knowledge and skills to have healthy eating habits, have a healthy body image and access reliable health information and services.
- Be physically active and see athletics and exercise as health-enhancing behaviors.
- Understand and apply principles of sound mental and emotional health and learn to identify signs of emotional health concerns such as depression, anxiety and suicidal thinking in self and others.
- Understand how and when to seek supportive mental and emotional health resources for self and others.
- Cultivate healthy relationships that honor each person's personal preferences and boundaries.
- Identify and develop personal strengths and interests.
- Develop the skills and habits to assess the role of technology and social media in their lives and distinguish between healthy and harmful use.
By June of 2020, students will demonstrate their ability to advocate for a healthy body and mind. This will be shown through 90% of students responding “Most of the Time” or “Always” to questions 7-10 on the OSD Elementary Student Climate Survey.
Outcome 5: Discover their passions, be curious and love learning.
- Broaden their perspectives and seek out various opportunities to explore new ideas, particularly those areas that are unfamiliar or uncomfortable to find their interests.
- Experience failure, setbacks and disappointments as an expected and honored part of learning.
- Understand and demonstrate the value of service in their community and learning by doing.
- Pursue creative and artistic opportunities as a vocation and/or a form of lifelong enrichment.
By June 2020, 100% of students will participate in one or more supervised activities outside of core instruction either at school or after school by the end of the school year as measured by the Fall and Spring Elementary Student Survey.
Examples could include: STEAM activities, School Musical, Band/Strings, Choir, Science Fair, BOB, Race Across America, Art club, Knitting club, Student Council, Peer Mentoring, Musical lessons, Martial Arts, Genius Hour, Hour of Code, World Language, Community Service, Religious/Spiritual, Volunteering, etc.