Rolling Hills Elementary School

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1460 E Rolling Hills,   Fullerton, CA 92835
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School Plan for Student Achievement

School Plan for Student Achievement

Executive Summary

2021/2022

Rolling Hills School


Principal: Juleen Faur

School Site Council Approval Date: November 9, 2021


State Program Funds:

LCFF Supplemental

302

LCFF Base

304

Instructional Materials

812

Federal

Program Funds:

Title I

Economically Disadvantaged

212

Estimated Funds:

$ 81,238.00

$ 88,842.00

$ N/A

Estimated Funds:

$ N/A


School Mission/Vision

Mission: 

The Rolling Hills School community engages all students in a comprehensive and academically challenging arts-infused curriculum that fosters critical thinking and creativity within a safe and caring environment.


Vision:

The teachers and staff of Rolling Hills, along with parents and other members of our community, envision a school, which nurtures learning and success for all students through an arts-infused curriculum. We are devoted to supporting a learning community where students are encouraged to discover their talents and actively explore the world around them. Rolling Hills students experience a depth of learning which allows them to thoroughly engage themselves in a variety of standards-based activities. At Rolling Hills, we promote lifelong learning and reflective thinking among all members of our school community in a warm and encouraging environment.

School Achievement Goals

Major Initiatives, Actions and Services to Improve Student Achievement


Goal 1: Student Achievement

  • By Spring 2022, the percentage of students in grades 3-6 scoring in levels 1 and 2 ("not meeting State Standards") in ELA on the 2021/22 SBAC will decrease by at least 10% from the 2018/19 results.
  • By Spring 2022, the percentage of students in grades K-2 scoring in levels 1 and 2 ("not mastered") on the 2021/22 district diagnostic assessments will decrease by at least 10% from the beginning of the year results.
  • By Spring 2022, the percentage of students in grades 3-6 scoring in levels 1 and 2 ("not meeting State Standards") in Math on the 2021/22 SBAC will decrease by at least 10% from the 2018/19 results. 
  • By Spring 2022, the percentage of students in grades K-2 scoring in levels 1 and 2 ("not mastered") on the 2021/22 district diagnostic assessments in Math will decrease by at least 10% from the beginning of the year results.


  • Teachers will participate in professional development and training in their areas of Language Arts, Math, ELD, DEI and their professional growth goals. At the site level, teachers and support staff engage in professional development in order to increase their skills and best meet the needs of students.
  • Teacher substitutes will be utilized to support the following programs: Grade level meetings, Conducting Student Assessments, Round Tables/SIT Meetings, Teacher Evaluation Conferences, and Classroom Walk Throughs.
  • Professional Learning Communities (PLC) biweekly for 50 minutes will be managed with a PE Teacher to provide release times for grade levels to participate in to discuss how to respond when students are not learning the G and V Standards and identify interventions to help students at risk. 
  • RtI ELA- We will continue to use universal screening three times a year. The RtI aide will work with the RTI teacher to ensure that we are progress-monitoring students and providing RtI Tier III support.
  • Identified teachers will attend trainings /workshops such as HRS, PBIS Restorative Circles, and DEI Consultants will be used to present Professional Development on the district’s culturally responsive framework
  • Materials will be purchased for the RtI and intervention program, additional supplemental materials, materials for EL students to supplement ELD instruction, and after-school programs to use with all students.

Goal 2: Technology and Digital Literacy

  • All Rolling Hills students and staff will have access to and demonstrate mastery of 21st-century learning tools, resources, and skills in support of relevant and rigorous learning experiences.

  • Students across campus have access to technology throughout their day. Teachers have updated resources in their classrooms, including teacher laptops and iPads, document cameras, LCD Projectors, Chrome Books, and Apple TVs. In addition, students and staff have access to numerous supplemental resources via iPad Apps and classroom programs.
  • The staff has been trained in utilizing educational technology. Ongoing training on technology resources, and grade level curriculum overlays, and the pathfinder program will continue this year.  HRS will also be implemented and the goal is to allow teachers to observe each other’s best teaching and instructional technology practices.

Goal 3: Safe and Secure Environment

  • Rolling Hills will provide a welcoming, safe and secure environment for all members of our school community.

  • Teachers will be compensated at the hourly rate to work on the safety plan beyond the workday. In cooperation with District expectations, implement a district-wide plan to support the knowledge and training of all stakeholders to ensure safe work and school environments such as emergency preparedness and safety plans.
  • An Assistant Principal will be funded 40% to assist with the implementation of academic and behavior programs. Identify and develop programs that support the emotional and physical well-being of all students and staff such as Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS), Bullying/Cyber-bullying training, academic and intervention need post-pandemic.
  • support from the school psychologists, Mental Health Intern, and outside referrals as well as crisis prevention support from Mental Health Intern.
  • Certificates and/or other awards will be purchased. Materials will be purchased to support our Roadrunner Assemblies, and PBIS program.
  • Safety materials such as emergency equipment, batteries, containers, signs, cones, replacement of walkie-talkies, cost estimates for facilities repairs/improvement, etc. will be purchased. Replacement of Raptor System supplies for electronic badges. 

Goal 4: Parent Engagement

  • Rolling Hills will support excellent communication among all members of our school community and within our District and city and geographic area at large.

  • School Activities
    • We maintain an interactive website that includes a calendar of school events, frequent principal messages, a parent involvement page, and school news.  We also utilize social media including Twitter and Facebook to ensure parents receive information promptly. We conduct parent information nights and community events.  We hold a Back to School event in the Fall and an Open House in the Spring.  Our PTSA, ELAC, SSC, and GATE organizations are an integral part of our campus, fostering parent involvement and input.
    • A weekly digital Newsletter is sent out every Sunday with visuals, updates, and information.
  • Advisory and Advocacy Roles
  • SSC
  • ELAC
  • PTA
  • Champions For learning
  • Activities to Support Learning at Home
    • At Rolling Hills, Students, Staff, and Parents work closely to support the success of our students in a warm and welcoming environment where high academic expectations and fun in learning go hand in hand.  Weekly communication folders, homework, teacher websites, Tier 2 workbooks, before and afterschool help, iPads are sent home 3rd-6th grade.  Parent classes for internet and cyber safety are offered 1-2 times per year.