SIP (School Improvement Process) Plan

School Improvement Process (SIP) Planning:  Whether at the school or district level, SIP is an ongoing, cyclical process that takes into consideration multiple measures, both quantitative and qualitative, to address student achievement needs. Schools use "big data" (proficiency percentages, trends, comparisons, correlations) to start the conversation and connect to "small data" (details, events, human relationships, and narratives) to strategically prioritize needs, establish measurable improvement goals, and identify high yield improvement strategies that will be employed. A well aligned Professional Learning plan is an integral piece to any SIP plan. Continuous improvement implies the ongoing monitoring of progress (input) and the fluid and dynamic nature of responding (output). 

 

Click here to see Waverley Elementary's SIP Plan