Map Name: 2022-2023 Roosevelt Continuous Improvement plan
Time Period: 5/1/2022 - 5/1/2023

Empowering all learners to succeed.


To ensure high levels of learning for all Roosevelt students.


Positive relationships and a safe environment are essential for learning.

Students are the center of all educational decisions.

Effective teachers are the key to student success.

Every student can learn at high levels.

Preparing learners for the 21st century.

Creating a collaborative learning culture.

Academic Improvement
Academic Improvement
School Safety and Culture
Create a safe and supportive culture.
Curriculum for Learning
Ensure a guaranteed and viable curriculum.
  • All students will participate in rigorous, relevant, and coordinated curriculum that supports the achievement of the North Dakota Essential Standards
  • Maintain school-wide expectations and procedures.
  • Recognize school, student, and staff achievements.
  • At the school-wide level, we will develop clear and measurable goals focused on overall student achievement.
  • Common assessments that align to district grade-level essential standards will be used to monitor student achievement.
  • Data will be used to monitor individual student progress towards mastery of standards while helping to determine interventions/enrichment
  • District-wide essential standards have been identified to provide adequate time toward mastery.
  • Implement intervention and extension practices to meet student needs
  • The School establishes clear and measurable goals focused on critical needs regarding improving the achievement of individual students
Critical Initiative
  • Common, Formative, Benchmark and NWEA assessments are used to measure academic growth
Critical Initiative
  • Ensure all students and staff are aware of expectations in common areas, including arrival and dismissal
  • Ensure individuals are appropriately recognized
  • Follow the established COVID safety plan
  • Staff will address student academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs based on student's needs.
Critical Initiative
  • All students have the opportunity to practice and apply their knowledge of the critical content in various methods.
  • Benchmark and NWEA assessments for academics will be administered throughout the year.
  • Data from documented behavioral issues will be evaluated and plans will be developed based on the information
  • Data grids will be used to identify student needs.
  • Data will be reviewed in PLC to monitor student progress
  • Engage in intervention opportunities during the school day
  • Extend and enhance individual student academic achievement
  • Staff will administer common assessments to measure student progress.
  • Staff will be provided with year-long curriculum maps.
  • Staff will create a master schedule that ensures Tier One instruction for all students.
  • Students can explain the proficiency scales related to their learning goals in their own words
  • Students recognize their learning goals and can explain when lessons address them
Key Measures
  • Unit Plans, PLC Notes, Data grids
Key Measures
  • Classroom celebrations, awards, media and PBIS
  • Monitored by district on a case by case basis
  • Parent/Student Surveys
  • We will notice a decrease in Tier 3 referrals.
Key Measures
  • Analyze formative and summative assessments
  • Data grids and PLC Notes
  • Develop an enrichment plan
  • Develop an intervention plan
  • Evaluated by walkthroughs and lesson plans
  • Formative and common assessments, observations
  • Identify student needs
  • Identify student needs through MTSS process
  • PBIS Celebrations
  • PLC Notes and data grids
  • Prioritize student needs
  • Proficiency scales
  • Unit Plans
Effective Instruction
Establish Effective teaching in every classroom.
  • Staff are provided job-embedded professional development that is related to their growth goal.
  • Staff will enhance their pedagogical skills through reflection and professional growth plans (2.2)
Critical Initiative
  • During staff meetings, we will view and discuss examples of effective instructional practices.
  • Staff will complete three personal growth checks and list strategies or adjustments made to reach goal
  • Staff will discuss effective instructional practices at PLC meetings.
Key Measures
  • Instructional round sign up and share-outs
  • Self assessment and administrator walkthroughs
  • Self reflection on Danielson evaluation & rubrics
The Strategy Map has been created in collaboration with The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction and Cognia™.

All schools in North Dakota participate in a Continuous Improvement process. Continuous Improvement means examining a school’s current reality including demographics, culture, technology, finances, and academic progress, among many other factors. In addition, Continuous Improvement means looking into the future and predicting what may change – what will be different a year from now, or 10 years from now.


During the 2018-2019 school year, all schools in North Dakota participated in this Continuous Improvement journey. School personnel participated in training and collaborated with diverse stakeholders such as community members, teachers, parents and students to map out what the school’s priorities are, what the school’s objectives are and what critical initiatives needed to be implemented to achieve those objectives. This planning process resulted in a Strategy Map – a 3 to 5-year plan for the school.


It is important to note that the Strategy Map is a snapshot in time. It is documentation of what the school’s priorities were the past school year. In this case the Strategy Map below was captured and submitted on May 1, 2019. It is equally important to note that the Strategy Map below may have changed since its submittal. This is because priorities may have changed quickly depending on numerous factors. Factors can include, but are not limited to, a natural disaster, a high staff turn-over rate, or an influx or decrease of students. To obtain a copy of this schools current and update Strategy Map, please contact the local school administrator.

Please contact North Dakota's Department of Public Instruction with any questions and feedback via email to the following address: