School Improvement Plans
The state of Michigan requires that every school has a school improvement plan that is developed by stakeholders involved in the school and community that outlines strategic goals, objectives, and strategies to improve student achievement and the overall educational experience for all schools.
Further, Lincoln Consolidated Schools has a district improvement team comprised of chairs of the individual building teams and district administrators. The district team exists to provide as oversight of the district improvement plan, which in turn provides direction for the building plans.
School improvement goals are written based district and building level data and meant to cover 3-5 years of implementation. The goals' specific objectives and strategies are reviewed annually to evaluate progress, and to make revisions where necessary. based on the improvement of the measurable targets.
Please find below Lincoln Consolidated Schools' improvement plans for the district as well as each building. If you have individual questions about an individual building plan, contact the building principal. If you have questions regarding the District Improvement Plan contact David Northrop, Redner Elementary Principal and District Improvement Team Chair.
|Title I Targeted Assistance Plans|
|Brick Elementary Targeted Assistance Plan|
|Redner Elementary Targeted Assistance Plan|