The following site goals have been established for the 2014-2015 school year:
- Cedarwood will continue to improve policies and procedures that ensure a safe and secure campus. Particular attention will be given to both playground behavior and vehicular concerns near and at our school.
- Staff Development sessions will primarily focus on implementation of PLCs and evidence of student learning through common formative assessments.
- Full implementation of the two-hour ELA block of instructional time.
- Cedarwood will introduce and implement instruction and demonstration that promotes a healthy lifestyle by understanding the value of proper diet and physical activity.
- Increase cultural awareness activities throughout the school year.
- Cedarwood Staff will continue to work toward full implementation of California Common Core Standards for the 2014-2015 School year.
The following CLASSI goals have been established for the 2014-2015 school year:
- 100% of the Cedarwood students in grades 2 – 6 will score Proficient or Advanced in English/Language Arts as measured by state testing.
- 100% of the Cedarwood students in grades 2 – 6 will score Proficient or Advanced in mathematics as measured by state testing.
- Cedarwood’s API score will improve by at least three points.
- 100% of the Cedarwood students in grades K – 6 will score at or above the healthy fitness zone on the Physical Fitness Assessment.
- By the end of the school year, 100% of the Cedarwood students in kindergarten will master District and Common Core Standards as measured on kindergarten assessment profile.
- By the end of the school year 100% of the Cedarwood students in grade 1 will meet District and Common Core Standards as measured on Grade 1 assessment profile.
- 100% of the Cedarwood students who are exempt from state testing will be administered an alternative assessment and all students will be classified into the “making progress” category.
- Cedarwood Competition Choir will receive a superior rating at the May Chorus Festival and by giving a community performance.
- Cedarwood Instrumental Music students will receive a "superior" rating by having at least 20% of the 5th and 6th grade enrollment involved in instrumental music, and at least 90% of these students will pass the playing skills test.
- 100% of Cedarwood students in grades 4-6 will become active participants in at least one of Cedarwood's
Co-curricular programs during the school year.
- Cedarwood will receive a "superior" on the SART meetings and survey by conducting at least four monthly meetings, providing minutes to the Department of Assessment, and by having the SART Survey indicate that 85% or more of our community graded the school with an A or B to the question which asks, "Grade the overall quality of the school your child attends." Our sign-in sheets will reflect a diverse representation of our school's community.
- The percent of non-white SART attendance will be at least 0.8 of the percent of the non-white population at Cedarwood.
- Cedarwood will receive a “superior” by scoring 96% or better on the Clean Campus inspections.
- On the annual SART Parent Survey 90% of our parents will rate our Character Counts Program with an “A” or “B” grade.
- Cedarwood will receive the CUSD Exemplary School Award based on Component I and Component II as outlined in the 2014-2015 CLASSI Handbook.