Edgerton Elementary School Wide Goals

Reading Goals 

Students in 3rd grade will improve reading and comprehension skills from 56.6% meeting standard in September, to 80% meeting standard in April 2016, as measured by the STAR reading and DIBELS Benchmark assessments.  

Math Goal

Students in grades 2nd-6th will improve math computational fluency from 65.2% meeting standard in September, to 80% meeting standard on the April computational assessment as measured by classroom progress monitoring data and benchmark assessments.

Attendance Goal 

We will decrease the percentage of students chronically absent (as defined by students missing more than 18 days in a school year) from 9% in the 2014-2015 school year, to 8% in the 2015-2016 school year.  This is an an increase in on time daily attendance of 1% throughout the school year. 

Achievement Gap

LAP School Wide Goal/Special Education Goal

LAP:  100% of students enrolled in LAP at Edgerton Elementary will show more than 1 year's growth as measured by the Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) and indicated on the LAP Reporting Tool from September 2015 Benchmark screener and compared to the April 2016 Benchmark screener.  Students will meet or exceed their goals set in Pathways to Progress indicating more than 1 year's growth.

Special Education:  5th grade students who receive special education support will improve single digit multiplication problems, from an average of 17 answered correctly on the September screener, to an increase of 50% of their original baseline, as measured by the winter benchmark assessment.