as adopted by the
Southampton Township Board of Education
on August 22, 2022
|Goal #1: School Climate, Culture, and Security|
The superintendent will lead the administrative team in developing an action plan to guide the on-going, district-wide School Climate, Culture, and Security Initiative. During the 2022-2023 school year, the first part of our multi-year goal will be focused on the social-emotional health of our students. Students will be able to identify mental health supports within the school environment and form positive relationships through problem-solving and communication. Additionally, increased security measures on campus will contribute to the social and emotional health of students.
By the end of the 2022-2023 school year, 85% of students will maintain or improve in their social-emotional health and well-being as evidenced by spring 2023 survey results as compared to the fall 2022 student survey results.
|Goal #2: Student Achievement|
The superintendent will lead the administrative team during this multi-year goal in developing an action plan to increase student academic progress in math by improving math practices through increased staff capacity, meaningful programming, and purposeful environments that maximize learner autonomy and capacity to thrive.
By the end of 2022-2023 school year, student data will show a 10% or more increase in the district average of students scoring above grade or proficiency level in math as measured by the spring 2023 benchmark assessment as compared to the fall 2022 benchmark assessment and/or the spring 2022 NJSLA-M as compared to the spring 2023 NJSLA-M.
|Goal #3: Community Engagement|
The superintendent will lead the administrative team in developing an action plan to guide the ongoing, district-wide community engagement initiative in grades K-8. During the 2022-2023 school year, through collaboration with school staff and community members, activities and events will be planned to actively engage families and the community in a meaningful, structured, and productive manner that promotes learning, cooperation, and increased community engagement and participation.
By the end of the 2022-2023 school year, participant survey data will reflect an 80% favorable rating in response to various school/district activities.