School Innovation & Improvement Plan

Outcome goals for this academic school year

School Innovation and Improvement Plan At-a-Glance

  • 2020-2021

  • Bryant High School

  • Region 3

  • Dr. Christopher S. Larrick, Principal  

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Academic

All students enrolled in a math class will demonstrate at least one grade level of growth between the Math Inventory pre and post assessments.

Strategy 1

  • The Math Department/CTs will be provided common planning time through the master schedule.

Strategy 2

  • The Math Department/CTs will create targeted cohorts for math intervention and remediation.

Strategy 3

  • Staff will regularly reinforce prior math content and Algebra 1 strategies and concepts in all math classes.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Academic

At least 70 percent of students enrolled in a science course earn a score of 50 percent or higher on an e-Cart science benchmark assessment.

Strategy 1

  • The Science Department/CT will be provided common planning time through the master schedule.

Strategy 2

  • The Science Department/CT will utilize technology tools to formatively assess students while engaging them both virtually and in person.

Strategy 3

  • The Science Department/CT will incorporate skill development that is aligned with state SOL blueprints.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Caring Culture

 The chronic absenteeism rate will decrease by 15% during the 2020-2021 school year.

Strategy 1

  • Bryant High School will staff a full time On-Time Graduation and Attendance Coordinator for the 2020-2021 school year.

Strategy 2

  • Bryant High School will embed a 30-minute Learning Seminar period into the master schedule.

Strategy 3

  • School staff will create and sustain a culturally responsive school climate that is equitable for all students.

End of Year SMARTR Outcome: Access and Opportunity

The percent of February and June graduates who complete applications to NOVA/2-year college, a 4 -year college or university, a specialized program, or the military will increase from 15% to 25%.

Strategy 1

  • The percent of February and June graduates who complete applications to NOVA/2-year college, a 4 -year college or university, a specialized program, or the military will increase from 15% to 25%.

Strategy 2

  • School counselors and the Career Development Coordinator will collaborate with all 12th grade students to ensure that they have a post-secondary plan. 

Strategy 3

  • Students in grade 12 will attend at least one College and Career Fair, visit one College or University through Road Trip Nation in Naviance, and participate in at least one College and Career Center Information session during the 2020-2021 school year.