What is Comprehensive Planning?
Planning for continuous improvement of leadership, teaching and learning is critically important to ensuring that all students have access to a world-class education that prepares them for college, career, and life. Pennsylvania’s cycle of improvement is grounded in evidence-based approaches that can both improve student outcomes and increase return on investment, as resources are spent on programs and practices likely to have a positive impact. Opportunities to create, assess, and adjust throughout the cycle empowers local education agencies and schools to engage all stakeholders in pursuit of a shared vision for student success.
What does our current Comprehensive Plan look like?
What are the components of the Comprehensive Plan?
What other plans or assurances have to be submitted with the Comprehensive Plan?
Academic Standards and Assessment Requirements (Chapter 4)
Gifted Education Plan Assurances (Chapter 16)
Student Services Assurances (Chapter 12)
Induction Plan (Chapter 49)
Professional Development Plan (Act 48)
What are some key characteristics of a strong comprehensive plan?
Clear and Shared Focus
High Standards and Expectations
High Levels of Collaboration and Communication
Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment Aligned with Standards
Frequent Monitoring of Teaching and Learning
Focused Professional Development
Supportive Learning Environment
High Levels of Community and Parent Involvement
How can I get involved?
Our district is in the process of creating our newest comprehensive plan, which is due in August of 2022, and we are always looking for volunteers to serve as stakeholders on our planning team. If you are interested in getting involved, please check out the flyer below and/or reach out to Mrs. Stacey Dell via the contact information below.
What does the process and timeline look like?
Check out the tentative dates and descriptions of the process for the 2021-2022 planning year!
Director of Curriculum and Special Programs
(814) 438-3804 ext. 5457
Page was last updated on 11/12/2021.