Sunrise Elementary School Snapshot
Sunrise Elementary School provides students with the skills to create their own future by implementing the Utah Core Curriculum and Canyons School District’s Instructional Framework.  Sunrise houses Canyons School District’s Gifted and Talented Program Supporting Advanced Learners Towards Achievement (SALTA).

The Sunrise staff recognizes that each student comes to school with unique strengths and needs.  As the staff provides instruction and experiences focused on those needs, students will be better able to achieve success in the future.  Consequently, Sunrise’s mission is to “provide students the skills to create their own future.

Sunrise’s current goals that support the mission are:

2018 – 2019 Continuous School Improvement Academic Goals

ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS

    • 75% of 3rd grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Language Arts
      • 67.3% proficient on SAGE 2018 
    • 77% of 4th grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Language Arts
      • 76% proficient on SAGE 2018
    • 78% of 5th grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Language Arts
      • 71.3% proficient on SAGE 2018 
    • 100% of 3rd – 5th grade SALTA students will achieve proficient or highly proficient on RISE Language Arts
      • 100% proficient or highly proficient on SAGE 2018

MATHEMATICS

 

  • 70% of 3rd grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Mathematics
    • 74% proficient on SAGE 2018 
  • 80% of 4th grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Mathematics
    • 85.3% proficient on SAGE 2018
  • 80% of 5th grade students will achieve proficient on RISE Mathematics
    • 69% proficient on SAGE 2018
  • 100% of 3rd – 5th grade SALTA students will achieve proficient or highly proficient on SAGE Mathematic
    • 100% proficient or highly proficient on SAGE 2018

2018 – 2019 Continuous School Improvement School Climate Goals

100% of students and adults can identify all four of our SOAR behavior expectations.

Safe, Inside and Out
On Time and On Task
Accept Responsibility
Respect Self, Others, and Property

100% of teachers will the use effective feedback practices, 4:1 and 2 feedback cycles in formal ipops, in the instructional setting to provide timely and descriptive feedback that will promote quality student work and increase engagement.

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