School Improvement Team (SIT)
The School Improvement Team (SIT) meets to discuss school wide programs, policy, and general procedures. The SIT provides leadership and a collaborative partnership forum for all school stakeholders. The SIT is responsible for the School Improvement Plan, an ongoing, data-driven process to provide continuous improvement for our school.
You can find a quick snapshot of our school goals by clicking on the
You will find the most recent detailed version of our plan by clicking on the“Reports/WiseWays/Indicators & Rubrics” tab and then clicking on “Comprehensive Plan”.SCHOOL IMPROVEMENT TEAM MEMBERS
PRINCIPAL Brooke Preslar ASSISTANT PRINCIPALINSTRUCTIONAL FACILITATOR & PROCESS MANAGER Anne Proctor PARENT REPRESENTATIVE Myra Stafford PARENT REPRESENTATIVE Margaret Robinson PARENT INVOLVEMENT COORDINATOR Deronda Kee-Lucas DUAL IMMERSION REPRESENTATIVE Raquel Witmer CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEE SPECIALIST Esther Linnartz PRE-KINDERGARTEN/SIT CO-CHAIR Shada King KINDERGARTEN Anna Thorne 1ST GRADE Jenniffer Colon-Sierra 2ND GRADE Catherine Falkson 3RD GRADE Ale Carboni 4TH GRADE Madison Edwards 5TH GRADE/SIT CHAIR Rebecca Busch MEDIA COORDINATOR/MINUTES Esther Linnartz MTSS Maria Ervin EC Jill Warner-Buff GUIDANCE COUNSELOR Jennifer Krebeck SPEECH THERAPIST Stephanie Smith
SIT MEETINGS ARE HELD ON ZOOM AND BEGIN AT 1:00PM.OUR MEETING DATES FOR THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR ARE:AugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecemberJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilMay
G.S. §115C-47 (38) mandates the duty of local boards to ensure each principal establishes a school improvement team and that the composition of the team complies with G.S. §115C-105.27 (a).
G.S. §115C-105.27 (a) also directs schools to establish a School Improvement Team (SIT) to develop a plan to improve student performance. School improvement teams shall consist of the following members:
the principal of the school;
representatives of the assistant principals;
representatives of instructional personnel;
representatives of instructional support personnel;
representatives of teacher assistants assigned to the building;
representatives of parents of children enrolled in the school.
Representatives of the assistant principals, instructional personnel, instructional support personnel, and teacher assistants shall be elected by their respective groups by secret ballot. Participation in the school improvement planning process by the personnel noted above is a legal requirement.
Adapted from: North Carolina School Improvement Planning Implementation Guide