School site plans for Student Achievement (SPSA) are each school’s roadmap to achieving academic success for all students.
Schools receiving state and/or federal categorical funds are required to submit an annual updated plan to the Board describing how the school will improve student achievement.
The process includes:
· Examining the effectiveness of current improvement strategies
· Reviewing student achievement data
· Gathering input from parents, community members, advisory committees and staff members
Goals have been set, implementation activities and expenditures have been delineated in these SPSAs. These plans allow the Board and the community to identify the supplemental resources that strengthen the academic program and were approved by the Natomas Unified School Board at the March 2011 meeting.
For the 2010-11 school year, each school plan was developed using an online template developed by the Santa Clara County Office of Education.
These plans allow the Board and the community to identify the supplemental resources that strengthen the academic program.