Unified Improvement Planning

By engaging in a continuous improvement cycle to manage performance, districts and schools can improve their effectiveness and outcomes for students. To support this purpose, the Education Accountability Act of 2009 requires each Colorado district and school to create an improvement plan. The plan provides information on the district or school's data trends, root causes, and targets, and identifies strategies and resources the district or school will use to improve student academic outcomes.
 

All parents and community members are invited to make suggestions and voice concerns. You can do this at the next District Accountability Committee on February 13 at 6:00.
Accountability Reports