Achievement and Integration Plan

The South Washington County Schools receives Achievement and Integration Revenue for approved programs and services under the Achievement and Integration Legislation. The Achievement and Integration Plan is a three-year plan. The  plan has been approved by the Minnesota Department of Education. The components include college and career readiness, family engagement programs, cultural training for teachers and administrators, recruitment and retention of staff, Pre-K to Grade 12 enrollment choices, integrated learning environments and research-based interventions. A component of the Achievement and Integration Plan is to report annually to the public in conjunction with the World’s Best Workforce.

The two overarching goals of the Achievement and Integration Plan include:

Goal 1:

We will increase the percentage of students meeting spring state proficiency targets in reading, in third grade from 71.2% in the Spring of 2015 to 79% in the Spring of 2020, a total increase of 7.8% and an annual increase of 2.6%.

Goal 2:

The percentage of students in District 833, who meet the ACT Reading College Ready Benchmark of 22 will increase from 53% in the Class of 2016 to 65% in the Class of 2020, an annual increase of 3%.

 

Achievement & Integration Plan


Achievement Data:

Minnesota Student Survey Data:

A requirement of the Achievement and Integration Legislation is for districts to share out summary data that may be included in the Minnesota Student Survey as it relates to school safety, school engagement and/or connection at school. We have highlighted questions from the Minnesota Student Survey aligned with these areas. Click here for the full results of the Minnesota Student Survey for District 833.