Federal Programs District Improvement Plan At-A-Glance 2021-2022
The federal programs district improvement plan lays out a roadmap for improving student achievement.
The systematic implementation of effective strategies for instruction that promotes mastery of content for all levels of learners is the first identified overarching need. The number of students achieving a level three or four as measured by Georgia Milestones EOC and EOG state assessments directly impacts overall CCRPI scores.
Goal 1: Increase the district's CCRPI score which reflects student achievement by 3% of the gap each year from the baseline year per the Strategic Waiver. [Baseline year (2018) = CCRPI Score 73.5]
The implementation of effective strategies for meeting the needs of the whole child, including addressing behavioral and emotional needs is the second identified overarching need.
Goal 2: The desired outcome is to have a reduction by 3% in the number of referrals to the district's Behavioral Specialist during the FY22 school year and a reduction in the number of new behavior intervention plans. During the FY21 school year, there were 260 referrals, with 55 new behavior intervention plans being developed.
Ensuring readiness for college and career for all students is the third identified overarching need.
Goal 3: To increase the percent of students who are college and career ready from 71.5% to 74.5%