Every three years, a school entity must submit to the U.S. Secretary of Education for approval a comprehensive plan. The plan must be made available for public inspection and comment. It may then be approved by the board and then submitted to Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE).
Mandated by the PDE, the effort is essentially a needs assessment process relative to eight core foundations, as labeled by the Commonwealth: standards, curriculum, instruction, assessments, safe and supportive schools, materials and resources, professional education, and special education.
The District Level Comprehensive Plan for July 2020 through June 2023 was presented to the curriculum committee of the board on October 2, 2019 and is now available for public review. Download the presentation here.
Feedback will be accepted until November 9, 2019. The plan will then be presented to the board for their approval on November 12.