Comprehensive Improvement Planning
School and district improvement efforts focus on student needs through a collaborative process that establishes and addresses priority needs, district funding, and closing achievement gaps between identified subgroups of students. In addition, schools and districts build on their capacity for high-quality planning by making connections between academic resources and available funding for targeted needs. Continuous improvement should involve reviewing data, diagnosing needs, setting goals, and planning strategies that can be deployed through actionable steps or activities. Goals and objectives reflect measurable student achievement, and student achievement is determined by the processes, practices, and conditions found within a school. | More details from the Kentucky Department of Education
Below are January 2019 snapshots of Comprehensive School Improvement Plans (CSIP), which principals and administrators revise throughout the year. Updates are posted here quarterly; be sure to refresh your webpage to see the latest PDFs. Individual CSIPs are also available in the School Quick Links on each school's homepage.
Booker T. Washington
James Lane Allen
William Wells Brown
Edythe J. Hayes
Lexington Traditional Magnet
SCAPA at Bluegrass
Tates Creek Middle
Paul Laurence Dunbar
Other academic programs
Only the A1 schools (elementary, middle, high) are required
to submit CSIPs to the Kentucky Department of Education.
The A2 and A5 schools (vocational techs and special programs)
do not have a formal CSIP.
For questions about a particular CSIP,
please contact the school directly.
For specific questions, please call the school directly.
Schuronda Morton, acting senior director of school leadership / chief of staff
Louise Dobbins, administrative assistant
Phone: (859) 381-4102
Location: Room 105 at central office, 701 E. Main St.
Web tip: The URL shortcut to this page is fcps.net/csip or fcps.net/cdip