Board Hears School Improvement Planning Process
School board members heard the first of a number of plans to close educational gaps and increase opportunities "for all students" through the School Improvement and Planning process at Monday's regular meeting of the Moore County School Board.
School Superintendent Aaron Spence and Deputy Superintendent Marc Bergin facilitated the presentations. Six schools addressed the board in separate sessions, with the remaining 17 schools to give the results of their improvement plans next week.
"Through the School Improvement and Planning Process, each of our 23 schools was asked to align their school improvement efforts with the mission, vision and goals of the district's strategic plan," said Bergin. "Each school's plan includes two or three goals that directly align with at least two of the four pathways in the district's plan."
The four pathways are Culture, Leadership, Community and Learning.
School representatives said that improving students' literacy and increasing community involvement were two areas marked for improvement.
Read more in Wednesday's edition of the Pilot.
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