School Improvement

  • Mission Statement

    The mission of the School Improvement department is to provide resources for strategies that assist students most "at-risk" of failing and/or dropping out of school. These strategies include:

    • Instructional support through grant programs, including support for passing state & federally mandated assessments
    • Campus support in "closing the gap" between high-performing and low-performing student groups through program ideas and recommendations
    • Student/family support for students struggling with issues including academic, discipline, and/or social through connections with social services and appropriate school and community agencies

    Resources to address these strategies come through a variety of federal and state grant and entitlement programs including:

    • Title I, Part A (No Child Left Behind)
    • Title I Parent Involvement Services, including Adult Education
    • Title I, Part C (Migrant Services - in collaboration with Region 10 Education Service Center, Richardson)
    • McKinney-Vento Homeless Act -- GPISD Connections Program
    • Social Workers
    • Attendance/Truancy Officers
    • Dropout Prevention/Recovery
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