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Goal 2: Whole Child, Thriving, Confident, Responsible Individuals

Focus Area: No Exclusionary Discipline

Spring 2022: 91% of TAF@Saghalie scholars have received no exclusionary discipline

Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: All groups are above 95% 

Focus Area: Regular Attendance

Spring 2022: 44% of TAF@Saghalie scholars attended school regularly.

Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: All groups are above 90% in regular attendance. 

Signature Strategies:

  • Ensure systems for social-emotional support (Culturally Responsive PBIS, Second Step, SEL integrated throughout, Character Strong, Zones of Regulation, Kelso Choices) are implemented school-wide; all staff and students are taught, provided with frequent feedback to implement with fidelity.

  • Conduct family and scholar surveys/forums to elevate scholar voice to measure scholar engagement and empowerment through parent and scholar advisories, student focus groups, summits, and scholar insight sessions.

Goal 3: Active Learners, Engaged, Empowered, Critical Thinkers

Focus Area: ELA SBA

Spring 2022: 30% 

Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: 55%

Focus Area: Math SBA

Spring 2022: 17% 

Goal for the 2022-23 School Year: 49%

Signature Strategies:  

  • Create and implement culturally responsive (i.e., Universal Design for Learning, GLAD/SIOP strategies), standards-aligned, real-world relevant STEM/ STEAM and project-/ problem-based learning opportunities to prepare scholars for future careers in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and the arts.

  • Engage Professional Learning Communities (PLC's) in a cycle of inquiry using multiple measures to inform and adjust instruction while disaggregating data through an equity lens (interim common assessments-district and building level).

  • Partner with scholars to gather their voice and perspectives regarding the ways to motivate their learning and develop academic tenacity; Staff will identify every scholar's unique knowledge and strengths to deepen their understanding of diversity, identity, cultural competency and personal biases, so that they can become the most effective equity practitioners.