School Improvement Plan
See our outcome goals for this academic school year
School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance
Mark Twain Middle School
Chuck Miller, Principal
End-of-Year SMARTR Outcome: Student Achievement
Reading: Students with disabilities will increase their pass rate on the Reading SOL exam by 15 percentage points from 47% to 62% with a resulting adjusted rate of at least 75%.
Math: Students will disabilities will increase their pass rate on the Math SOL exam by 15 percentage points from 46% to 61% with a resulting adjusted rate of at least 70%.
Teachers will work collaboratively in Professional Learning Communities to provide high levels of quality instruction and rigor in the classroom to strengthen student engagement.
Teachers will embrace MYP principles by promoting meaningful learning experiences that allow for development of the IB learner profiles and POG attributes.
Administrators, parents, students, and staff will communicate and build a culture of trust, positive relationships, and supportive learning environments.
End-of-Year SMARTR Outcome: Cultural Responsiveness
The percentage of students, families, and staff feeling respected will increase by 5% as reflected from the State Climate Survey and the FCPS Youth Survey.
Administrators, Teachers, and Staff will engage in meaningful learning experiences through strategically planned professional development to build a trusting school culture and support student learning and development.