School Improvement Team (SIT)

The 2016-2018 School Improvement Plan is located in NCStar.

This is a web-based tool that guides out school team in charting its improvement and managing the continuous improvement process.

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School Improvement Team Meeting Dates
Meeting are held in the Media Center from 3:00 – 4:00

November 16, 2016
December 14, 2016
January 25, 2017
February 22, 2017
March 22, 2017
April 26, 2017
May 24, 2017

 

Members of the SIT for 2016-2017
Hatalee Anderson-Media Coordinator Representative
Ruth Anderson-Office Representative
Sandra Baker-Foreign Language Representative
Shenetta Blount-Parent
Josh Bridges-Math Representative
Brian Corey-Administrative Representative
Gina Cousins-CTE Representative
Prishonda Daniels-Fine Arts Representative
Jill Deriso-Guidance Representative (Team Chairperson)
John Flowers-Parent
Maurice Goodall-Administrative Representative
Herbert Gray-JROTC Representative
Frances Herring-Central Services Representative
Amy Jones-Central Services Representative
Savannah McIntyre-History Representative
Kim Miller-Exceptional Children Representative
Michael Moon-Administrative Representative
Vivian Roach-Central Services Representative
Joe Romig-Science Representative
Treva Romig-English Representative
Derek Saltzgiver-Health/PE Representative
Stephanie Smith-Administrative Representative
Lauran Tyndall-Process Manager
Frances Herring-Central Services Representative

What is the School Improvement Team?
School Improvement Teams are required by North Carolina law to develop school improvement plans. The team is comprised of the principal of each school, representatives of the assistant principals, instructional personnel, instructional support personnel, and teacher assistants assigned to the school building, and parents of children enrolled in the school. The representatives are elected by their respective groups (such as the PTA/PTO for parents).

The General Assembly of North Carolina views parental involvement as a critical component of school success and positive student achievement. It is the intent of NC that parents, along with teachers, have a substantial role in developing school improvement plans.

When does the School Improvement Team meet and can I attend the meeting?
School Improvement Teams are considered a public body and are subject to open meeting laws. Staff, parents and community members are always welcome to attend and observe the meetings.

How do I communicate a suggestion for school improvement to the group?
You may communicate directly with an individual on the team or send a request to the entire committee.