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Title: LOUDOUN COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS ALGONKIAN ELEMENTARY Page 1


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Algonkian Elementary School
School Improvement Plan for 2006-2007
Home of the Bobcats
20196 Carter Court Sterling, Virginia 20165
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School Data at a Glance Meeting LCPS Goals Our
school improvement plans need to meet our
schools goals and be aligned to the districts
goals. This chart provides evidence of alignment
to LCPS goals.
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School Data at a Glance Meeting LCPS Goals Our
school improvement plans need to meet our
schools goals and be aligned to the districts
goals. This chart provides evidence of alignment
to LCPS goals.
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School Data at a Glance Meeting LCPS Goals Our
school improvement plans need to meet our
schools goals and be aligned to the districts
goals. This chart provides evidence of alignment
to LCPS goals.
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Our Mission
- why we exist -
Algonkian Elementary School is a diverse
partnership of students, staff, parents and
community members dedicated to the establishment
of a safe and nurturing environment in which
everyone strives to become a life long learner.
Our Vision
- what we hope to become -
  • Everyone is committed to being a life long
    learner
  • All students will be provided with differentiated
    instruction to meet their individual learning
    needs
  • High expectations will be established resulting
    with students achieving a measure of success
  • A safe and nurturing environment will be
    maintained encouraging students to be independent
    and confident learners
  • All students will become good and productive
    citizens
  • All students will feel accepted regardless of
    diverse backgrounds

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Our Steering Committee Team Members We strive
each year to include representation from the
diverse community representing our school. We
value and appreciate the time, energy, and talent
of each of our steering committee members.
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Thanks to These Team Members
Mrs. Shultheis Jennifer Bergen Christina
Cataldo Catherine Dionne Rosemary
Hearlihy Michelle Kirkpatrick Sandy Kott Lisa
Root Patricia Sakovich Kathy Thomas
This portion of the school improvement plan is
for the area of Reading. Members of this team
analyzed data for reading, conducted an audit in
the areas of curriculum, instruction, and
assessment for the reading program, and
identified and prioritized critical tasks that
will likely lead to improvement in reading.
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Thanks to These Team Members
Writing
Regina Bennett Angela Bloch Mary Carlson Monica
Fitzgerald Michelle Haseltine Penny Jacocks Vicki
Lascomb Tracy Mayobre Maureen McDonnell
This portion of the school improvement plan is
for the area of writing. Members of this team
analyzed data for writing, conducted an audit in
the areas of curriculum, instruction, and
assessment for the writing program, and
identified and prioritized critical tasks that
will likely lead to improvement in writing.
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Thanks to These Team Members
Math
Michelle Allo Jennifer Gipson Katherine
Messner Laurie Mode Bonnie Walker Jill
Simoni Frances Wakefield
This portion of the school improvement plan is
for the area of mathematics. Members of this
team analyzed data for math, conducted an audit
in the areas of curriculum, instruction, and
assessment for the math program, and identified
and prioritized critical tasks that will likely
lead to improvement in math.
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Thanks to These Team Members
Science
Julie Ankers Lauren Bevington Jennifer Hansen Dee
Dee Herndon-Wilson Gay Lewis Debbie
Phillips Melissa Walls
This portion of the school improvement plan is
for the area of science. Members of this team
analyzed data for science, conducted an audit in
the areas of curriculum, instruction, and
assessment for the science program, and
identified and prioritized critical tasks that
will likely lead to improvement in science.
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Thanks to These Team Members
Jill Allaben Mary Beth Bechtal Carolyn
Bridwell Cindy Black Marann Bonorchis Kay
OSullivan Dorie Watts
This portion of the school improvement plan is
for the area of social studies. Members of this
team analyzed data for social studies, conducted
an audit in the areas of curriculum, instruction,
and assessment for the social studies program,
and identified and prioritized critical tasks
that will likely lead to improvement in social
studies.
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Thanks to These Team Members
School Climate
Sharon Carpenter Watts Conrad Victor Cortes Susie
Hager Andrea Mora Theresa Ryan Joe Terango
This portion of the school improvement plan is
for the area of Climate. Members of this team
analyzed data for our character education program
and conducted an audit in the areas of our
guidance curriculum. In addition, we reviewed
our communication practices as well as the
monitoring of student attendance.
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School Climate
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