Goals

 

SCHOOL GOALS

 

The following site goals have been established for the 2014-2015 school year:

 

1.         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.

 

2.         Staff Development sessions will primarily focus on implementation of PLCs and evidence of student learning through common formative assessments.

 

3.         Full implementation of the two-hour ELA block of instructional time.

 

4.         Cedarwood will introduce and implement instruction and demonstration that promotes a healthy lifestyle by understanding the value of proper diet and physical activity.

 

5.         Increase cultural awareness activities throughout the school year.

 

6.   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:

 

Component I

1.         100% of the Cedarwood students in grades 2 – 6 will score Proficient or Advanced in English/Language Arts as measured by state testing.

 

2.         100% of the Cedarwood students in grades 2 – 6 will score Proficient or Advanced in mathematics as measured by state testing.

 

3.         Cedarwood’s API score will improve by at least three points.

 

4.         100% of the Cedarwood students in grades K – 6 will score at or above the healthy fitness zone on the Physical Fitness Assessment.

 

5.         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.

 

6.         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.

 

7.         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.

 

Component II

1.         Cedarwood Competition Choir will receive a superior rating at the May Chorus Festival and by giving a community performance.

 

2.         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.

 

3.         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.

 

4.         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.

 

5.         The percent of non-white SART attendance will be at least 0.8 of the percent of the non-white population at Cedarwood.

 

6.         Cedarwood will receive a “superior” by scoring 96% or better on the Clean Campus inspections.

 

7.         On the annual SART Parent Survey 90% of our parents will rate our Character Counts Program with an “A” or “B” grade.

 

8.         Cedarwood will receive the CUSD Exemplary School Award based on Component I and Component II as outlined in the 2014-2015 CLASSI Handbook.