Impacted Students: How will schools and districts identify which students have been most impacted by the pandemic in terms of their learning progress (with a focus on the most vulnerable student populations)?
- Students not meeting projected growth in ELA using NWEA MAP assessments are the most vulnerable student population. Moreover, students below the MAP 2020 Reading Student Achievement Norms also will be prioritized in the Plan.
Needs: How will schools and districts identify the needs of those students?
- Internal (MAP and Local Benchmarks) and High Stakes assessment results (Ohio State tests) will be used in the needs assessment as well as diagnostic assessments (KRA-R, OELPS, OELPA, BAS).
Resources and Budget: What resources are available to address those needs?
- Heggerty, LLI, Study Island and RAZ Kids.
- Generally, what is the budget for the plan? ESSER dollars will be earmarked in support of this plan.
Approaches: What approaches can best be deployed to address those needs? (This may include approaches such as ending the school year later than scheduled, beginning the new year early, extending the school day, summer programs, tutoring and remote options.).
- We will begin the school year approximately 4 weeks early, in late July 2021.
- we will provide high-quality, grade-level content to each student through the use of evidence-based strategies and curricular resources.
- Utilize evidence-based interventions aligned to critical areas of need based on the Science of Reading, MAP and diagnostics data
- Tutoring during and after school
Partnerships: Which local and regional partners (such as educational service centers, Information Technology Centers, libraries, museums, after-school programs or civic organizations) can schools and districts engage in supporting student needs?
- North Central Ohio ESC
- Central Ohio ESC
Alignment: How can this plan reinforce and align to other district or school plans, including plans for Student Wellness and Success Funds, improvement plans or graduation plans?
- All resources and approaches align to the School’s Literacy Plan, which is based on the Science of Reading and Ohio’s Plan to Raise Literacy Achievement.
- All resources and approaches align to Ohio’s Learning Standards