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300 Laguna Road,   Fullerton, CA 92835
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School Plan for Student Achievement

School Plan for Student Achievement

Executive Summary

2021/2022

Laguna Road School


Principal: Stephanie Guppy

School Site Council Approval Date: November 10, 2021


State Program Funds:

LCFF Supplemental

302

LCFF Base

304

Federal

Program Funds:

Title I

Economically Disadvantaged

212

Estimated Funds:

$ 74,541

$ 83,080

Estimated Funds:

NA



School Mission/Vision

The Laguna Road School mission is to empower and enable every student to succeed by educating them to think creatively, to take responsible risks, to embrace diversity, and to make impactful changes in their community through acts of public service and social responsibility. 


The school vision through Project Impact is to provide a space for every student to discover, build, and create so that they can find their way to impact the world. 

School Achievement Goals

Major Initiatives, Actions and Services to Improve Student Achievement


Goal 1: Student Achievement

  • The percentage of students in grades 3-6 scoring in levels 1 and 2 ("not meeting State Standards") on the 2021-22 Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) CAASPP assessment will decrease by a minimum of 10% from the 2018-19 ELA and Mathematics results. 
  • For each subgroup, all students will meet or exceed their typical growth target score, and we will increase the number of English Learners demonstrating progress toward English proficiency.



  • Grade level teams identify and develop guaranteed and viable standards and monitor student progress towards mastery.
  • Grade level teams implement standards based curriculum and teaching practices to teach Common Core State Standards.
  • Teachers provide tier two interventions for students who need additional and/or targeted support.
  • All teachers participate in staff development days to monitor instructional pacing and student progress to plan additional effective teaching. 
  • Teachers will receive release time to analyze student data and share best practices to support all students’ growth. 
  • Staff professional development to implement Balanced Literacy components such as Grand Conversation, and Reading and Writing Workshop. 
  • Vertical articulation across grade levels to understand student growth and the progression of standards. 
  • Instructional Aide support in primary grades to help with assessments and small group instruction.
  • Teachers meet twice a week for 50 minutes in their PLC, while students are at Pe, so they can monitor student learning, analyze data, and plan instruction. 

Goal 2: Technology and Digital Literacy

  • Students and staff will develop as 21st-century learners by having access to technology and the development of inquiry, design, creativity, and problem solving through school-wide initiatives and opportunities. 

  • All teachers will teach and foster curiosity through inquiry-based learning. 
  • Teachers will utilize the STEAM Lab to support Project Impact and utilize a maker space. 
  • Students will apply their learning through multimedia projects for real live audiences. 
  • Every student has access to an iPad during the school day, and upper-grade students take their iPad to and from school.
  • Participation in Speech & Debate, Math Field Day, the Congressional App Challenge, and after-school clubs for drones and robotics.
  • Every classroom teaches Common Sense Media lessons and Laguna Road is a Common Sense Media School. 

Goal 3: Safe and Secure Environment

  • Laguna Road will provide a safe and secure environment by collaborating with stakeholders to create clear, consistent routines and procedures that ensure safety for students, staff, parents, and the community. 

  • Implement school-wide PBIS to teach students clear expectations and build positive school culture. 
  • Staff meetings and professional development days build a positive school culture and increase morale for all staff. 
  • PBIS team meets monthly to collaborate, review school-wide data, and improve systems that provide safety for students and staff. 
  • Create opportunities to celebrate with staff, students, and parents through cultural lessons and activities, and by maintaining an attitude of gratitude toward one another. 
  • Implement tier two and tier three resources for students who need additional layers of support with the support of our tier two and tier three support team.  
  • Collaborate with the MTSS team to respond and meet the needs of students who need more social, emotional, or academic support. 
  • Implement safety drills, meet with the safety team four times a year, and annually update safety equipment. 
  • Consistent communication and collaboration with parent groups and organizations to provide a positive school/parent relationship for a safe and welcoming environment. 

Goal 4: Parent Engagement

  • Provide a positive school environment where parents feel part of the community, feel their voice is heard and can work collaboratively with the school for the benefit of all students. 

  • School Activities
    • Back to School Night, Parent, Teacher Conferences, and Open House
    • PTA Events such as Walk to School Day, Turkey Trot, School Dances, and Bookfair 
    • Parent volunteers and room parents in every classroom 
    • SOS events: Carnival, STEAM Night, and 

Parent Night Out

  • Family Arts Night and Film Festival
  • Advisory and Advocacy Roles
  • ELAC, English Language Advisory Committee, meets four times a year.
  • School Site Council meets four times a year.
  • PTA meets monthly on the second Tuesday of the month.
  • Korean Outreach, an extension of PTA for parents who speak Korean, meets monthly on the second Wednesday of the month. 
  • SOS, Laguna Road School Foundation, meets monthly on the third Tuesday of the month. 
  • Activities to Support Learning at Home
  • After-school enrichment classes: Writer’s Guild, Speech & Debate, Choir, Robotics, and Drones. 
  • iPads can go home and offer extra practice and digital reading