Building Goals

Student Accountability

Changing the Climate and Culture

of

Onalaska High School

Goal Area: Attendance

By June 2019, utilizing intervention strategies (attendance checks, student conferences, parent conferences and rewards systems), 90% or more of Onalaska High School students will not be considered chronically absent (2 or more absences per month) as measured by Skyward statistics.

The unexcused absence rate will decrease by 25% by June, 2019 (June, 2018 data will be utilized for the baseline) through the use of Skyward statistics and intervention strategies (attendance checks, student conferences, parent conferences and reward systems).


Student Accountability

Changing the Climate and Culture

of

Onalaska High School

Goal Area: Positive Behavior Intervention Systems (PBIS)

Students at Onalaska High School will reduce the number of failing grades by 10% per grade level with the use of bi-weekly grade checks and Power Hour intervention requirements, by June, 2019.

The number of behavioral referrals will decrease by 5% in both minor and major referrals through the use of ABC intervention systems by June, 2019.

Student Accountability

Changing the Climate and Culture

of

Onalaska High School

Goal Area: EnglishTeaching strategies will be implemented to strengthen identified areas of growth (reading, listening and speaking, writing and research/inquiry) in 80% of the focus group (9 students without accommodations who did not pass the ELA Smarter Balanced Assessment) by the end of May, 2019.
Goal Area: MathThrough the use of interventions such as Power Hour, 7th Period Intervention and After School Tutoring, by June 1, 2019, 100% of last year’s juniors who scored between 2543 and 2594 (n=14) on the Spring 2018 Smarter Balanced Assessment (SBA) will perform at or above the cut score of 2595 in the Spring 2019 SBA.
Goal Area: HistoryIn order to improve critical thinking skills, 85% of all sophomores will meet or exceed the target score of 3 on Evidence, Elaborative Technique, and Vocabulary as measured by the Historical Thinking Proficiency Scale Bench Marks by June, 2019.
In order to improve critical thinking skills, 90% of all Juniors and Seniors will meet or exceed the target score of 3 on Evidence, Elaborative Technique, and Vocabulary as measured by the Historical Thinking Proficiency Scale Bench Marks by June, 2019.
Goal Area: CTEFor the 2018-19 school year, in support of the district-wide initiative to promote student social-emotional growth, 80% of students will score proficient or higher on the Life Skills self-assessment rubrics.
Students will demonstrate 80% proficiency of content area vocabulary through teacher given assessments by January, 2019.