School Improvement and Innovation Plan

Outcomes for this academic school year

School Improvement & Innovation Plan At A Glance

Key Center School| Fairfax County Public Schools | Region 3

End of Year SMARTR Outcome

By June 2019, based on bi-weekly data probes, students in two identified sub-groups will progress at least one level on a uniform rubric designed to assess self-advocacy skills in at least of the following areas:

  • YES/NO
  • Choicemaking from a field of ##
  • Requests/Refusal
  • Novel Phrases

Strategy 1

Develop uniform rubric and datasheet

Strategy 1 - Results

 

Strategy 2

Identify  subgroup of students in grades K- 7 who will communicate wants and needs (request a break, activity preference, request help, etc.) using their best mode of communication (touch, eye gaze, vocalizations, augmentative communication device, etc.)

Strategy 2 - Results

 

Strategy 3

Identify a subgroup of students in grades 8-12 will demonstrate improvement of their self-advocacy skills, as defined in the IEP, using their best mode of communication (touch, eye gaze, vocalization, augmentative communication device, etc.)