P.S. 41

2019-2020 Goals


In This Issue

·    School Goals

·    Mission, Vision, Values

·    Framework for Great Schools

P.S. 41’s best features

School Website

PBIS

Collaboration

Trips

Leadership Opportunities

Skedula

Google Drive

Google Classroom


DOE Sites

Framework for Great

Schools

WeTeachNYC

Common Core Library

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

School Goals

Top-level athletes, successful business-people and achievers in all fields all set goalsSetting goals gives you long-term vision and short-term motivation. It focuses your acquisition of knowledge, and helps you to organize your time and your resources so that you can make the very most of your life.

All  Students 


Chronic Absenteeism 

  • By June 2020, we will lower the number of students who fall under chronic absenteeism  to 35%

ELA

  • By June 2020, we will increase number of students performing at a level 2+ to 70%.

Math 

  • By June 2020, we will the number of students performing at a level 2+ to 62%.







ELL  Students 


Chronic Absenteeism 

  • To lower the number of students who fall under chronic absenteeism  to 30%

ELA

  • To increase to 45%, the number of students performing at a level 2+ 

Math 

  • To increase to 43%, the number of students performing at a level 2+ 

Students with Disabilities 


Chronic Absenteeism 

To lower the number of students who fall under chronic absenteeism  to 45%

ELA

To increase to average proficiency rate to 1.85

Math 

To increase to average proficiency rate to 1.8



MISSION

 (Why we exist) 

At P.S. 41, we nurture and serve EVERY CHILD to be productive citizens while reaching their highest potential.

VISION

 (What must our school become to accomplish our purpose)


 As a family, we will make an IMPACT on academics, character, and engagement. 

As a family, we will continue to have high expectations that will increase the number of 

                        students performing on or above grade level.     

As a family, we will Advance Equity Now. 

As a family, we will challenge the status quo to motivate all our students to enjoy learning.

As a family, we will develop healthy relationships that will increase family engagement.

VALUES 

(How must we behave to achieve our vision)


  • Supporting and Empowering Families.

  • Celebration is Everyone’s Responsibility.

  • Be Honest, Communicate.

  • Lead and Learn.

  • Be Intentional.

  • Relationship Managers.


  • Champions for Children.

Framework for Great Schools

The Framework for Great Schools is a fundamental change to the way the Department of Education will partner with our schools.

The Framework for Great Schools will –

>Allow the district to develop a holistic, research-based approach to school support and accountability that recognizes and celebrates what schools do every day. Our approach will honor the fact that students are more than just a test score.

> Provide tailored support to schools and foster professional learning communities.

>Hold schools and the school system accountable for the shared goal of building capacity to drive student achievement.

> Replace the spirit of competition with one of collaboration and establish a common language for improvement.

>Bring together the strengths of schools and their communities to support students throughout the school day and beyond.

>Advance educational attainment by preparing every New York City public school graduate to compete in the 21st -century workplace.

 THE SIX ELEMENTS OF THE FRAMEWORK FOR GREAT SCHOOLS

Rigorous Instruction


Instruction is customized, inclusive, motivating, and aligned to the Common Core. High standards are set in every classroom. Students are actively engaged in ambitious intellectual activity and developing critical thinking skills. 


Supportive Environment 


The school establishes a classroom and school culture where students feel safe, supported, and challenged by their teachers and peers. 


Collaborative Teachers 


Teachers are committed to the success and improvement of their classrooms and schools. They have the opportunity to participate in professional development within a culture of respect and continuous improvement. 


Effective School Leadership 


Principals lead by example and nurture the professional growth of teachers and staff, developing and delivering the instructional and social-emotional support that drives student achievement.

Strong Family-Community 


Ties School leadership brings resources from the community into the school building by welcoming, encouraging, and developing partnerships with families, businesses, and community-based organizations.

Trust 


Everyone works toward the shared goal of improving student outcomes, preparing students for success in school and beyond. Across the school community, there is respect. School staff, parents, students and administrators value each other.