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WHS SIP 2018-21

WHS School Improvement 2018 

The federal bar for acceptable graduation rate by category was set at 67% by Every School Succeeds Act (ESSA)

In 2018, looking at a 3-year average of graduation rates (2015-2017) Washburn missed that bar in 3 categories: 

  • Students receiving Ed Benefits (F/R lunch) 66.9%
  • Students receiving EL services 66.8%
  • Students receiving SpEd services  35%

WHS set the following goals:

  • Washburn students who qualify for free/reduced lunch will increase graduation rate from 66.9% to at least 75%.
  • Washburn students who qualify for ELL will increase graduation rate from 66.8% to at least 75%.
  • Washburn students who qualify for Special Ed. will increase graduation rate from 35% to at least 75%

WHS choose the following strategies:

Only 2 - One MTSS and one SEL

  • MTSS: Teachers will differentiate instruction for students, so that students are supported and challenged to their abilities. 

  • SEL: Teachers will use affective, behavioral, and cognitive strategies to fully engage students, especially students of color and students receiving services from ELL, Special Ed and F/R.

 

The WHS SIP will be revised in the 2021-22 school year.