Comprehensive School Improvement Plan

The Comprehensive School Improvement Plan or CSIP is a detailed plan of actions for accomplishing our 2007-2012 Goals.  In addition to the district-wide CSIP, each individual school develops its own Improvement Plan for supporting the CSIP goals.

Creating and sustaining a high performance education environment takes both dedication and thoughtful planning.  The CSIP is a planning document, featuring both broad-based perspectives on the priorities of public education in our community and specific learning goals for students.  These goals provide an important measure of accountability.

The 2007-2012 CSIP was developed with the direct and considerable input of teachers, students, parents, our Board members, interested community members and district leadership – with much of the input coming through the formal Local School Improvement Advisory Committee (LSIAC) process.  This 70+ member group represents a wide variety of individuals interested in public education who meet on a regular basis to review district data and discuss expectations for learning.  If you would be interested in serving on the LSIAC, please feel free to contact Dawn Saul at 336-5088 or via email at

Community sessions on the new CSIP for interested agencies and community members were held in September 2007 and feedback was generated on next steps for community involvement with the CSIP.

As a district, we are committed to focusing our time, our energy and our resources on providing a quality education for all of our students.  We will strive to continue to “Think Big” about our future.