Stanton Professional Development Activities - 8/22, 8/23. 8/26, 8/27/13

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Stanton Network School
Vision for the future: Where we are going …
Stanton Network School is a collaborative learning environment working to build real-world college and career readiness experiences into elementary education by mirroring the functions of the larger community. Our welcoming physical space provides opportunities for all learners and takes care to invite the community to join us in creating and sustaining well-balanced, high achieving students who develop a genuine love for learning and a concrete understanding of the elements of a thriving, community-focused and philanthropic-driven school. Stanton students are guided to develop the values of self-discipline, hard work, and generosity that foster the academic and life skills needed to strengthen the community around them. Technology is a universal tool for teaching and learning that connects our students and staff with the local and global community.

Revised by Stanton Leadership Data Team on 5/8/13

    • Stanton Network Schools Goals for 2013-14
      • Parent Engagement Goal:
By June 30, 2014, the perceptions about Stanton Network School culture and climate will improve in the areas of parent engagement and participation in the Stanton school community. The administration of the Family Involvement Survey, the Teacher Survey, and collection of Welcoming Walkthrough data will measure progress in 2014 from the baseline data collected in February of 2013.
      • Math Achievement Goal:
With regard to student achievement in mathematics at Stanton Network School, the number of students at or above the normed average level will increase by 15 percentage points across all grade levels by June 30, 2014, as evidenced by increases in the math baseline data from the Winter 2013 NWEA MAP assessment compared to the Spring 2014 NWEA MAP assessment data.
      • Literacy Achievement Goal:
With regard to student achievement in literacy at Stanton Network School, the number of students at or above the normed average level will increase by 15 percentage points across all grade levels by June 30, 2014, as evidenced by increases in the reading baseline data from the Winter 2013 NWEA MAP assessment compared to the Spring 2014 NWEA MAP assessment data.