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Success Plan at a Glance
Schrader Elementary School

11041 Little Road, New Port Richey, FL 34654
Lee Anne Yerkey, School Principal

Schrader Elementary School Logo
Success Plan at a Glance
Schrader Elementary School

11041 Little Road, New Port Richey, FL 34654
Lee Anne Yerkey, School Principal

Schrader Elementary School Logo
Success Plan at a Glance
Schrader Elementary School

11041 Little Road, New Port Richey, FL 34654
Lee Anne Yerkey, School Principal

Schrader Elementary School Logo
Success Plan at a Glance
Schrader Elementary School

11041 Little Road, New Port Richey, FL 34654
Lee Anne Yerkey, School Principal

We will increase student achievement through data-based decisions and high impact instruction, using collaborative learning structures and planning standards-based units.

We will create a learning environment that supports student ownership of learning, using motivating standards-based units that will drive students to achieve curriculum standards. Students will infuse technology, as a resource, to support learning with consistency across classrooms. Teachers will participate in professional development offered by district personnel in the area of Inclusion Education Practices, Trauma Informed Care and Zones of Regulation. Teachers will strategically monitor and plan for students with disabilities. Regularly scheduled communication between general education teachers, special education teachers, and special services teachers will ensure that student learning and growth will occur for all students.

As we are understanding how to make better decisions based on data, we will engage in embedded professional development around formative assessments, subgroup tracking, quarterly checks and IRLA data analysis of growth. Professional development, professional learning communities and research-based literature will be used to better understand the social and emotional needs of all of our students.

  • Coaching support offered by Learning Design Coach, ELA Coach, Math Coach, PBIS Interventionist, STEM Interventionist
  • Technology Infusion
  • Active Professional Learning Communities
  • Trauma Informed Care: The Harmony Project
  • PBIS & Zones of Regulation/Mind Up Curriculum
  • Inclusionary Education

Schrader Elementary School is part of the Pasco County School System.
Kurt S. Browning, Superintendent of Schools

We will increase student achievement through data-based decisions and high impact instruction, using collaborative learning structures and planning standards-based units.

We will create a learning environment that supports student ownership of learning, using motivating standards-based units that will drive students to achieve curriculum standards. Students will infuse technology, as a resource, to support learning with consistency across classrooms. Teachers will participate in professional development offered by district personnel in the area of Inclusion Education Practices, Trauma Informed Care and Zones of Regulation. Teachers will strategically monitor and plan for students with disabilities. Regularly scheduled communication between general education teachers, special education teachers, and special services teachers will ensure that student learning and growth will occur for all students.

As we are understanding how to make better decisions based on data, we will engage in embedded professional development around formative assessments, subgroup tracking, quarterly checks and IRLA data analysis of growth. Professional development, professional learning communities and research-based literature will be used to better understand the social and emotional needs of all of our students.

  • Coaching support offered by Learning Design Coach, ELA Coach, Math Coach, PBIS Interventionist, STEM Interventionist
  • Technology Infusion
  • Active Professional Learning Communities
  • Trauma Informed Care: The Harmony Project
  • PBIS & Zones of Regulation/Mind Up Curriculum
  • Inclusionary Education

Schrader Elementary School is part of the Pasco County School System.
Kurt S. Browning, Superintendent of Schools

We will increase student achievement through data-based decisions and high impact instruction, using collaborative learning structures and planning standards-based units.

We will create a learning environment that supports student ownership of learning, using motivating standards-based units that will drive students to achieve curriculum standards. Students will infuse technology, as a resource, to support learning with consistency across classrooms. Teachers will participate in professional development offered by district personnel in the area of Inclusion Education Practices, Trauma Informed Care and Zones of Regulation. Teachers will strategically monitor and plan for students with disabilities. Regularly scheduled communication between general education teachers, special education teachers, and special services teachers will ensure that student learning and growth will occur for all students.

As we are understanding how to make better decisions based on data, we will engage in embedded professional development around formative assessments, subgroup tracking, quarterly checks and IRLA data analysis of growth. Professional development, professional learning communities and research-based literature will be used to better understand the social and emotional needs of all of our students.

  • Coaching support offered by Learning Design Coach, ELA Coach, Math Coach, PBIS Interventionist, STEM Interventionist
  • Technology Infusion
  • Active Professional Learning Communities
  • Trauma Informed Care: The Harmony Project
  • PBIS & Zones of Regulation/Mind Up Curriculum
  • Inclusionary Education

Schrader Elementary School is part of the Pasco County School System.

Kurt S. Browning, Superintendent of Schools

We will increase student achievement through data-based decisions and high impact instruction, using collaborative learning structures and planning standards-based units.

We will create a learning environment that supports student ownership of learning, using motivating standards-based units that will drive students to achieve curriculum standards. Students will infuse technology, as a resource, to support learning with consistency across classrooms. Teachers will participate in professional development offered by district personnel in the area of Inclusion Education Practices, Trauma Informed Care and Zones of Regulation. Teachers will strategically monitor and plan for students with disabilities. Regularly scheduled communication between general education teachers, special education teachers, and special services teachers will ensure that student learning and growth will occur for all students.

As we are understanding how to make better decisions based on data, we will engage in embedded professional development around formative assessments, subgroup tracking, quarterly checks and IRLA data analysis of growth. Professional development, professional learning communities and research-based literature will be used to better understand the social and emotional needs of all of our students.

  • Coaching support offered by Learning Design Coach, ELA Coach, Math Coach, PBIS Interventionist, STEM Interventionist
  • Technology Infusion
  • Active Professional Learning Communities
  • Trauma Informed Care: The Harmony Project
  • PBIS & Zones of Regulation/Mind Up Curriculum
  • Inclusionary Education

Schrader Elementary School is part of the Pasco County School System.

Kurt S. Browning, Superintendent of Schools