School Improvement & Innovation Plan

School Improvement & Innovation Plan At A Glance

2020-2021 Westfield High School Mr. Tony DiBari, Principal

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

In SY 2020-2021, the number of Honors courses that students enrolled in--but did not complete--will decrease by 15% from 95 students to 80 students.  At Westfield, the total number of students who are taking Honors courses is 1480.

Strategy 1:  Increase awareness, enrollment and engagement of AVID at Westfield High School.

Strategy 2:  Using Culturally Responsive theories and practices, Westfield staff will increase the support of under-represented students in Advanced Academics.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

This is the third year of a multi-year goal focused around increasing opportunities for a Learner Centered Environment so that all students explicitly use, reflect upon, and develop Portrait of a Graduate attributes that will lead to life-long success. 

By June 2021, 100% of all Collaborative Teams/teachers will plan lessons that increase the qualities of a learner-centered environment so that students have deeper opportunities to reflect upon and develop specific, collaborative team-selected POG skill(s) aligned to curriculum at least three times this school year.

Strategy 1:  Formalize the roles for CT team leaders as it relates to explicit conversations on POG and learner-centered environment.

Strategy 2: Regular reflection/collection of POG and Learner Centered Environment (LCE) by CTs

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

By the end of the 2019-20 school year, positive parent response to the FCPS Family Engagement Survey indicator regarding information provided by the school to families which helps students improve his/her learning will increase from 62% to at least 72%.

Strategy 1: Increase Parent and School Community Events.

Strategy 2: Extend outreach to families utilizing various communication methods to reach a broad spectrum of families.