Building Objectives

MTMS Building Goals  2022-2023

 

Building Goal #1:

By June 2023, 70% of MTMS 5th and 6th graders will score “high proficiency” and or “high growth” (>65)  based upon pre- post-test STAR reading assessment.  Teachers will utilize STAR activities and assessments to ensure that all students maximize reading potential.   

Building Goal #2:

Self- Reliance Initiative:  100 % of the fifth graders will master the use of the Google Suite by earning Google Certification (in house).  Areas of mastery include: Google-Classroom, -Calendar, -Tasks, -Gmail, -Docs, -Sheets, -Slides, -Meet, and -Drive (folders) to organize school related materials.  The certification process and assessments will be created and implemented throughout the 22-23 school year for use in future years. Direct instruction will be facilitated through the  Academic Lab program  and supported for authenticity in all academic classes.  Teachers in all grades 6-8 will continue to teach the use of Google Suite technologies to improve executive function and overall organization of homework, class notes, and content.

 

ARCHIVED BUILDING OBJECTIVES

2021-2022 Building Goals

Building Goal #1:

By 2022 graduation, 40% of 8th graders will score at least “proficient” and 70% will score at least “nearing proficient” on a Guided Literary Analysis (commentary) essay by participating in literary analysis instruction from August through January - and then a Guided Literary Analysis unit from February through June. ** A curriculum appendix will be created to guide future instruction including instructional practices, a rubric, aligned to exemplars.

 

Building Goal #2:

By June 2022, 100% of MTMS students will be able to reproduce and utilize the 2021 Math Curriculum problem solving procedure as identified via a problem-solving assessment by participating in weekly problem-solving periods, problem of the week, quarterly problem solving assessments, and general classroom instruction focused on problem solving.  **Includes the creation of quarterly problem solving benchmark assessments.