FY20 Goals and Collective Action Plan

Annually, our school district charts a course towards our vision of creating positive learning environments for all District 97 students that is equitable, inclusive and focused on the whole child. This year, our annual operating plan was also aligned with our new BOE Policy (7:12) on Ensuring Racial and Educational Equity.

Our FY20 measures of student success are listed below, along with links to our Communications and Community Relations Plan and our School Improvement Plans.

School Improvement Plans

FY20 Communications and Community Engagement Plan

FY20 Measures of Student Success

1. By Spring 2020, increase the percentage of favorable responses to the statement: “When I am at school, I feel I
belong” above 72% ---- as measured on the Positive Learning Environment Student Survey (PLESS)/

2. By Spring 2020, decrease disproportionality rates of Black students receiving office discipline referrals -- as measured
by SWIS.

3. By Spring 2020, decrease the percentage of students who are chronically absent from school below 10.8%.

4. By Spring 2020, increase the percentage of Grade 3 students reading at or above grade level above 74% -- as
measured by NWEA/MAP.

5. By Spring 2020, increase the percentage of Tier 2 and Tier 3 students who achieve accelerated growth of at least 1.5
years (per year) in Reading above 24% - as measured by NWEA/MAP.

6. By Spring 2020, increase the percentage of Tier 2 and Tier 3 students who achieve accelerated growth of at least 1.5
years (per year) in Math above 16% - as measured by NWEA/MAP.

7. By Spring 2020, increase the percentage of students who are projected college ready in mathematics above 53% -- as
measured by NWEA/MAP.

8. By Spring 2020, increase the percentage of students who are projected college ready in reading above 42% - as
measured by NWEA/MAP.