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District and Campus Goals and Performance Objectives 2018-2021

Vision for MISD: Prepare our students academically, socially, and emotionally to be successful in order to lead and serve.


Goal for Students: Learners will possess the courage and ability to set goals, navigate progress, and demonstrate mastery and character in order to lead change.

Reading:
By the end of 2nd grade, the number of students reading on grade level will increase to 85% by 2021.

  • - 2018-19 target of 60%

  • - 2019-20 target of 70%

  • - 2020-21 target of 85%

    The percentage of students in grades 3-8 performing at “Meets” level performance will increase from 45% on STAAR to 60% in 2021

  • 2018-19 target of 50%

  • 2019-20 target of 55%

  • 2020-21 target of 60%

    The number of English I and English II students performing at “Meets” level performance on STAAR will increase from 52% to 70% by 2021.

  • 2018-19 target of 58%

  • 2019-20 target of 64%

  • 2020-21 target of 70%

    The percentage of students in grades 2-8 will show a 10% improvement at “meets” level as measured by MAP end of year achievement in 2018.

  • Math:
    The percentage of students in grades 3-8 performing at “Meets” level performance will increase from 46% on STAAR to 60% in 2021.

  • 2018-19 target of 50%

  •  2019-20 target of 55%

  • 2020-21 target of 60%

    The number of Algebra I students performing at “Meets” level performance on STAAR will increase from 58% to 75% by 2021.

  • 2018-19 target of 62%

  • 2019-20 target of 66%

  • 2020-21 target of 70%

    The percentage of students in grades 2-8 will show a 10% improvement at “meets” level as measured by MAP end of year achievement in 2018.

Social Studies:
The number of students performing at “Meets” level performance on STAAR will increase from 20% to 35% in 8th grade and from 67% to 85% US History by 2021.

  • 2018-19 target of 25% for 8th grade and target of 73% for US History

  • 2018-19 target of 30% for 8th grade and target of 79% for US History

  • 2018-19 target of 35% for 8th grade and target of 85% for US History

    Writing:
    100% of teachers in core subjects areas will trained and implement writing strategies using the district developed writing process by Fall 2019.

    NOTE: The baseline percentages will be established by Spring 2019 in order to set performance target levels.

    ESL:
    The number of ESL students performing at the “Meets” level performance on STAAR will increase to 35% in reading and 55% in math by 2021. (2018 scores were 18% ELAR, 38% Math)

  • 2018-19 target of 25% for reading and 45% for math

  • 2019-20 target of 30% for reading and 50% for math

  • 2020-21 target of 35% for reading and 55% for math

    The percentage of students who advance at least one level in TELPAS composite scores will increase from 36% to 50% by 2021.

  • 2018-19 target of 41%

  • 2019-20 target of 45%

  • 2020-21 target of 50%

    The percentage of teachers with ESL certification in core content subjects will increase to 100% in 2020-21 toward 100% of all staff in 2021-22.

    CCMR:
    The number of students earning at least one of the follow CCMR criteria will increase from 40% to 75% by 2021.

  • Met TSI in both Reading and Math

  • Earned dual credit (3 hrs. English. or Math or 9 hrs in any subject)

  • Industry-based certifications

  • Completed IEP and Workforce Ready (code 04, 05, 54, 55)

  • US Armed Forces

  • CTE Coherent Sequence Coursework aligned to industry based standards

  • 2018-19 target of 52%

  • 2019-20 target of 64%

  • 2020-21 target of 75%

    Graduation Rates:
    The number of students graduating will increase to 95% by 2021 for each subgroup (AA, HIspanic, White, EcoDis, ELL, SpEd)

  • 2018-19 target of 90%

  • 2019-20 target of 92%

  • 2020-21 target of 95%

    Other Local Measures for Community Based Accountability System: Future Readiness:

    The number of students completing dual-credit classes
    The number of students enrolled in CTE courses
    The number of industry certifications earned by students enrolled in CTE courses The number of students involved in STEM activities / programs (robotics, etc.)

    Fine Arts and Extra/Co-Curriculum:
    The number of students participating in fine arts programs
    The number of students competing in extra/co-curricular activities
    (UIL, FFA, CTE organizations)

    Culture and Climate:
    The number of students / staff that feel safe at school (survey) The number of students with discipline referrals / DAEP placement

    Community Engagement:
    The number of volunteer hours of community members on campuses The number of student internships with local business and organizations The number of students receiving scholarships

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