School Improvement Plans 2018-2019The school improvement process is the single most important process carried out by the school community. It is an organized process used to ensure the success of all students. According to Mike Schmoker in his book Results: the Key to Continuous School Improvement, “the combination of three concepts constitutes the foundation for positive improvement results: meaningful teamwork; clear, measurable goals; and the regular collection and analysis of performance data.” This quote demonstrates the importance of the school community as a whole working together to develop, monitor and evaluate achievement results. School improvement is a continual process. After the initial school improvement plan is completed and submitted, the plan becomes a blueprint that should be carried out during the year. A printed school improvement plan should quickly become a worn, tattered document with coffee stains and other indicators of frequent use. Therefore, the school improvement process is dynamic with changes and adjustments throughout the year.
2018-2019 School Continuous Improvement Plans (SCIP)Elementary Schools:Turnaround Schools:Martin Luther King, Jr.Middle Schools:High Schools:Alternative Schools: