Local Literacy Plan
Welcome to the ISD 622 North St. Paul - Maplewood - Oakdale Schools - Local Literacy Plan. The purpose is to provide parents and community members with detailed information regarding our local literacy plan. Our comprehensive literacy plan is intended to ensure that all students reach their full potential as readers and meet district-level reading performance benchmarks by the end of 3rd grade. Visitors will learn about how our instructional framework supports young readers through structured and explicit learning experiences, how the Minnesota Academic Standards are embedded into our curriculum, and how students are provided support through our Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) and reading intervention programs.As written in MN Statute 120B.12, a school district must adopt a local literacy plan to have every child reading at or above grade level no later than the end of grade 3. A local literacy “plan must include a process to assess students' level of reading proficiency, notify and involve parents, intervene with students who are not reading at or above grade level, and identify and meet staff development needs. The district must post its literacy plan on the official school district Web site.”
Click here to access the ISD 622 Local Literacy Plan: Local Literacy Plan-Read Well Report SY23
Program Goals and Objectives
Reading Well by 3rd Grade is one component of District 622’s comprehensive efforts towards its goal of having all students reading proficiently at grade level. Progress towards this goal is monitored using data from state accountability tests, FastBridge Learning’s adaptive Reading, and Early Reading measures of reading fluency and early reading skills.
2022-2023 goal: 60% of third-grade students will demonstrate proficient reading skills.