School Improvement Plan

School Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2019-2020

  • Franklin Middle School

  • Region 5

  • Dustin Wright, Principal

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

By June 2020, all identified students will demonstrate progress and growth in reading by meeting their individualized IEP goal, making WIDA growth*, and/or making growth of at least 10% from a baseline reading assessment.

Students are identified based on the following:

  • Did not pass the previous year’s reading SOL (grade 6 for 7th grade; grade 7 for 8th grade)

  • Lexile below grade level in fall 2019 (< 925 for 7th grade; <975 for 8th grade)

  • Has IEP reading comprehension or basic reading skills goal

Strategy 1 

Provide all instructional staff with strategies for developing effective student reading comprehension.

Strategy 2

Provide explicit instruction on reading strategies according to the VDOE/ELA standards.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

By June 2020, the percentage of 7th grade Black, Hispanic and Students with Disabilities enrolling in Algebra 1 by 8th grade will increase in each gap group as measured using 2020-21 course registrations.

Strategy 1

Support and engage in the school-wide development of the Portrait of a Graduate model to reinforce the skills students need to succeed in mathematics.   

Strategy 2 

Provide targeted instruction and support through intentional scheduling, allocation of resources, and the maximization of the PLC model.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

By June 2020, Franklin Middle School will make progress in demonstrating cultural responsiveness when supporting families, students, and the community as measured by parent surveys and needs assessments.

Strategy 1 

Provide opportunities for parents to collaborate and connect with other families within the community.

Strategy 2 

Provide opportunities for parents to be a part of their children’s learning process.

Strategy 3

Provide opportunities and resources for parents to address the social, emotional, and academic needs of their children.