District Improvement Plan PDF Version
Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP) is a process that has been implemented since 2007 meant to provide the necessary support to schools that do not make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) on state assessments. This process is also a part of a yearly journey that all schools take that includes creating a plan, implementing action steps, and collecting evidence to support this plan. It is increasingly challenging to make AYP as the bar continues to be raised in order to meet the federal No Child Left Behind (NCLB) mandate that all students achieve 100 percent proficiency by the year 2014.
In addition to school plans, the District (LEA) School Improvement Specialist will conduct monthly reviews with the school improvement committee and various walkthroughs at the schools. This process provides each school with a detailed guide to enhance instruction and focus on benchmarks throughout the year.
The LEA is also responsible for an LEA School Improvement Plan that encompasses the individual school plans. This plan is written by the LEA Instructional Staff and parents, and it provides the LEA with a roadmap to support schools in the school improvement process.
The LEA School Improvement Specialist is responsible for overseeing the design and implementation of the plans in addition to providing technical assistance and professional development opportunities based on individual school plans.
Links to School Continuous Improvement Plans
For questions involving school improvement or district accreditation, please contact Jan Bailey at firstname.lastname@example.org