Inglewood School Improvement Plan
Inglewood Middle School is a school of excellence located in Sammamish, WA. Inglewood is part of the Eastlake Learning Community matriculating most of our students to Eastlake High School. Inglewood was established in 1992 and has traditionally had a large student body compared to other LWSD schools. Inglewood has also generally done well on State assessments. Our school serves a student body of approximately 1240 students. Inglewood makes several strategic choices to ensure that all students, no matter their background are well supported. There are lots of opportunities to get involved and connect with peers. Inglewood heterogeneously groups students and then differentiates instruction to meet the needs of all students, including special education and students working at the “honors” level. We closely monitor the academic progress of all students. When a student begins to struggle to meet our learning targets and grade level standards we intervene immediately in a friendly, supportive, and systematic way. Inglewood offers an intensive academic, social-emotional, and extra-curricular program. Language Arts and Social Studies classes are taught by the same teacher in a two-hour period, commonly called a “block class”, at all grade levels. Students engage in both UKnighted class, once weekly, which is our social-emotional learning program. In addition, students have two opportunities scheduled into the school day to get support for their learning. There are also multiple clubs and athletic opportunities at Inglewood that significantly contribute to our sense of community and the academic achievement of students. A significant focus of the Inglewood community is empowering and teaching children to lead their peers through servant leadership. Our dances, assembly speakers, fund-raising activities, and other cultural events are planned and executed by Inglewood students. More importantly our students plan and work to enact prosocial behaviors (servant leadership) and extinguish antisocial behaviors (bullying). All these skills are learned in Inglewood’s Leadership class that teaches more than 250 students a year to serve their peers.
Mission Statement: To develop a student who will be an intellectually reflective person, a person growing toward to a lifetime of meaningful work, good citizenship, caring and ethical individual actions, and healthy lifestyle.
For further details view the complete Inglewood School Improvement Plan 2022-23