School Improvement Plans & Performance Reports

Policy 6001 Accountability Goals


School Performance Reports

In an effort to inform parents and community members about each school within the Granite Falls School District, each school completes a performance report annually at the end of a completed school year providing basic information about our students, staff, services and facilities.  Note: reports contain data provided by the state (re. test results) and therefore, will not be published until late fall for the previous year.

 

2014-2015 Performance Reports

2013-2014 Performance Reports

2012-2013 Performance Reports

 

The reports are posted as Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files. The files are large and may take a while to download, depending on your connection speed. You will need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader®, which is free software that lets you view and print Adobe PDF files.

School Improvement Plans

The schools shall report its School (Learning) Improvement Plans (SIP) by the end of November each year to the Board at a public meeting.

Each school in the district that administers the statewide assessment to adopt performance improvement goals to increase the percentage of students meeting the standard in fourth, seventh and tenth grade reading and mathematics.

The report will also notify parents on how to access information supplied by the Office of the State Superintendent. Local, or state, reports shall include the following:

  1. The schools’ improvement goals
    (i) Student performance relative to the goals; and
    (ii) Plans to achieve the goals, including curriculum and instruction, parental or guardian involvement, and resources available to parents and guardians to help students meet the state standards;
  2. Brief statement of the mission
  3. Enrollment statistics/demographics
  4. Expenditures
  5. Student test scores including comparisons to state results
  6. Annual budget information
  7. Student attendance, graduation, and dropout rates
  8. The condition/use of the school building
  9. An invitation for parents to participate in school activities
  10. Schools named for “improvement”
  11. Professional qualifications of the teaching staff
  12. Other indicators such as unexcused absences
  13. Specific information on objectives to reduce to the dropout rate will be included in the high school improvement plan.

2015-2016 School Improvement Plans

2014-2015 School Improvement Plans

If you have questions, would like more information, or would like to have a hard copy of any report, please contact the administration office 360.691.7717.