HMS School Improvement Plan - 2016-2017
The General Assembly has finalized the budget and the Governor has signed it into law. As a part of the budget bill, the General Assembly has made some changes to the definition of a “Low Performing School” and has given some specific guidance and direction to these schools and districts. As defined in G.S. 115C-105.37: “The State Board of Education shall design and implement a procedure to identify low-performing schools on an annual basis. Low-performing schools are those that receive a school performance grade of D or F and a school growth score of "met expected growth" or "not met expected growth" as defined by G.S. 115C-83.15.”
The School Performance Grades are based on student achievement (80%) and growth (20%). The indicators and the proficiency standard or benchmark used for achievement include:
1. Annual End of Grade (EOG) Assessments in Math and English/Language Arts for grades 6 – 8.
J.E. Holmes School received a school performance grade of D and a school growth status of “not met expected growth” and as a low performing school, is required to develop an improvement plan that specifically addresses how the school will improve both the school performance grade and school growth score.
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