Franklin Delano Roosevelt High School New York City Department of Education | District 20

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FDR HS is OPEN and resuming in person learning. The opt in window for movement to blended learning is open at https://www.nycenet.edu/surveys/Guardian.  We do not know if additional High School students will return, but please complete to help us understand your preference for next year!               
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Goals/ESLRs (Expected Schoolwide learning Results)

School Goals 2019-2020

  

ELA Performance Level

 

By June 2020, we will improve ELA regents scores so that we surpass our school Measure of Interim Progress by focusing on the use of Advanced Literacy Hallmark 4, Discussion, and Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Literature and Education

 

Math Performance Level

 

By June 2020, we will improve Math regents scores so that we surpass our school Measure of Interim Progress by focusing on the use of Advanced Literacy Hallmark 2, Discussion and the increased use of hands-on and real-life activities.

 

4 Year Graduation

 

By June 2020, our 4-Year Graduation Rate will increase to meet all School Measures of Interim Progress as a result of improving literacy via the Four Hallmarks of Advanced Literacy, personalizing instruction by examining mastery of content and empowering students to better understand graduation requirements.

 

College, Career and Civic Readiness

 

By June 2020, our students will meet all School Measures of Interim Progress as a result of empowering students to better understand graduation requirements, continuing to improve school and student programming capacity for students with diverse educational backgrounds, and focusing on improving literacy in subgroups to increase registration in college preparation courses and college standardized admission tests.

 

Chronic Absenteeism

 

By June 2020, our students will meet all School Measures of Interim Progress as a result of targeted outreach and multi-tiered support, monitoring of student attendance in specific categories and prioritizing school resources in supporting students who return from extended absences.