District Goals

Spartanburg School District Four developed a comprehensive plan called the District Strategic Plan that will guide programs and initiatives over the next five years (2020 – 2025). This plan was completed through committees that included teachers, assistants, students, parents, business members, community leaders, administrators, and school board members. The process began with a needs assessment, including a demographic study, student achievement data, and survey results. From an analysis of the district’s needs, the committee developed goals, strategies, and action plans. Plans were created in the areas of Student Achievement, Teacher/Administrator Quality, and School Climate. Plans will be reviewed on a yearly basis to determine progress toward the goals outlined below.

 

Performance Goal Area

Performance Goal

Student Achievement*

By May 2025, 60% of economically disadvantaged first graders will score at or above the 50th percentile on MAP Reading.

Student Achievement*

By May 2025, 50% of economically disadvantaged second graders will be projected to meet or exceed the benchmark on SC READY ELA/Reading.

Student Achievement*

By May 2025, 50% of economically disadvantaged students in grades 3 - 5 will score meets or exceeds on SC Ready ELA.

Student Achievement*

By May 2025, 55% of economically disadvantaged students in grades 3 - 5 will score meets or exceeds on SC Ready Math.

Student Achievement*

By May 2025, 10% of students with disabilities in grades 6 - 8 will score meets or exceeds on SC Ready ELA.

Student Achievement*

By May 2025, 10% of students with disabilities in grades 6 - 8 will score meets or exceeds on SC Ready Math.

Student Achievement*

By May 2025, the total number of subgroups on all EOC tests that score below the state average will decrease from five to zero.

Teacher/Administrator Quality*

By May 2025, increase diversity among certified staff from 7% to 12%.

Teacher/Administrator Quality*

By May 2025, the number of teacher certifications/degrees/endorsements at Woodruff Primary School will increase from 52 to 67.

Teacher/Administrator Quality*

By May 2025 the number of teacher and administrator certification/degrees/endorsements at Woodruff Elementary will increase from 20 to 40.

Teacher/Administrator Quality*

By May 2025, 15% of teachers at Woodruff Middle will have obtained add-on endorsements, advanced degrees, and certifications.

Teacher/Administrator Quality*

By May 2025, 90% of teachers new within five years to Woodruff High School will respond that they were fully trained and informed regarding Woodruff High School's procedures, policies, and philosophy.

School Climate*

By May 2025, responses from surveys will indicate parent satisfaction with home-school relations will increase from 71% to 80%.

School Climate*

By May 2025, Woodruff High School's four-year, on-time graduation rate will be 86%.

 

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