Single Plan for Student Achievement
The Single Plan for Student Achievement, developed by the school staff
and School Site Council, outlines the strategies and instructional
practices that the school will establish to assist students in their
achievement toward proficiency of the standards. The SPSA is approved by
the School Board in February.
achievement is measured by results of STAR results, including the
growth shown in the Academic Performance Index (API) as well as Adequate
Yearly Progress (AYP) toward the proficiency targets.
SPSA contains Schoolwide Requirements, School Profile, Data Analysis,
Action Plans developed based on all data, Parent Involvement, and
Budget. All of this information is used to understand the best avenue
for use of categorical funds from the State and Federal resources.
"Complete Elementary SPSA" contains all of the documents that make up
the Single Plan for Student Achievement. The listing of the documents
is by title and appropriate section the document is placed. Ex: 1 -
Cover page denotes that Part 1 is where to place the Cover Page. Some of
the components are ones that we do not need to update each year but are
required for the SPSA.
schools have schoolwide programs and are required to complete sections
to meet schoolwide expectations. To assist in knowing what needs to be
updated, the components have been separated into what SIG schools need
to complete and what Non-SIG schools need to complete.