The Campus' Plans of Actions are prepared in accordance with requirements of Chapter 11, Subchapter F, of the Texas Education Code, specifically §11.251 and §11.252. These requirements are also contained in LISD policies BQ (Legal) and BQA (Legal). Each school district shall have a district improvement plan that is developed, evaluated, and revised annually, in accordance with district policy, by the Superintendent with the assistance of the district-level committee. The purpose of the district improvement plan is to guide district and campus staff in the improvement of student performance for all student groups in order to attain state standards in respect to academic excellence indicators. The Campus Plan of Action is required by statute to include the following components: • Comprehensive needs assessment • Measurable campus performance objectives • Strategies for improvement of student performance • Strategies for providing secondary students with information on higher education preparation and opportunities • Description of resources needed to implement identified strategies • Description of staff responsible accomplishing of each strategy • Timelines for implementation of each strategy • Formative evaluation criteria In developing the 2014-2015 Campus Plan of Action, each respective Campus Improvement Teams met in committee to review the Needs Assessment and proposed Performance Objectives and Targets. The Board of Trustees provided final approval in the regularly scheduled October 20, 2014 meeting. Accordingly, monitoring of the strategies included in the Campus Plan of Action is accomplished through ongoing monitoring. Further, each Campus Improvement Plan aligns directly with the District Plan of Action. These plans have been collaboratively developed by each respective Campus Improvement Teams which represents all Campus stakeholders. All performance goals identified in No Child Left Behind legislation including Special Education and Bilingual Performance Based Analysis System (PBMAS) identified indicators and the Highly Qualified Plan have been adopted by the district and are reflected in this Plan of Action. The following funding sources support the objectives and strategies implemented to address identified student needs: Titles I, IIA, IID, III, IV, V, Special Education, State Compensatory Education, Career and Technology Education, Optional Extended Year, ARI Grant, District Foundation Grants.
Questions regarding Campus Plans should be addressed to:
Latitia Wilson, Director Research Accountability and Planning
1301 E. Young Street,
Longview, Texas 75601