Ridgefield School District Releases 2017-18 School Improvement Plans

Ridgefield School District officials concluded presentations of their 2017-18 School Improvement Plans at the regular Board of Directors meeting on October 10.

The School Improvement Plans (SIP’s) for each of the district’s four schools are based on the school district’s goals as specified in “Pursuing Premier,” the district’s planning blueprint.  Each school’s SIP maps out the strategies that will be used to achieve these goals and defines how successes will be measured.

The district goals specified in “Pursuing Premier” are as follows:

Goal #1:  Achieve high outcomes through quality instruction, personalized learning, and continuous improvement resulting in success for every student.

Goal #2:  Provide safe, inclusive, and supportive environments that nurture the well-being of the whole child.

Goal #3:  Provide collaboration and communication opportunities with families, staff, and the community resulting in strong partnerships.

Goal #4:  Close the disparity gaps by ensuring high expectations, removing barriers and providing opportunities for all students.

Annual development of School Improvement Plans is a State Board of Education requirement for every school in the state of Washington (WAC 180-16-220).

To see Ridgefield’s School Improvement Plans, click on any of the following links:

South Ridge Elementary School

Union Ridge Elementary School

View Ridge Middle School

Ridgefield High School

The SIP’s can also be accessed on the district’s website at www.ridgefieldsd.org by navigating to each school’s webpage and locating the SIP in Forms.

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