Vision, Mission & Guiding Principles
System Strategic Objectives

Strategic Objective I - Attaining High Student Achievement & Success

Strategic Objective II - Developing Organizational Effectiveness

Strategic Objective III - Ensuring Student/Stakeholder Engagement & Loyalty

Strategic Objective IV - Ensuring High Quality Professional Learning

 

2019-2020 Board Priorities

1. Increasing the Level of Safety and Improving the Perception of Safety {SO I, II, III, IV}

2. Training Parents and School Stakeholders {SO III, IV}

3. Increasing Student Use of Technology During Classroom Instruction {SO I}

4. Closing the Achievement Gap Among Subgroups {SO I, II, III}

 

2019-2020 System Areas of Focus

1. Promoting Student and Staff Safety {SO I, II, III, IV}

2. Improving Literacy and Numeracy Levels for All Students {SO I, III}

3. Utilizing Multi-Tiered System of Supports at All Levels Through Response to Intervention and Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports {SO I, II, III, IV)

4. Closing the Achievement Gap Among Subgroups {SO I, II, III}

Revised June 18, 2019

 

Mission, Vision & Guiding Principles

MCS Continuous Improvement Plan

Improvement Plans & Goals

Monroe County Schools use a continuous improvement approach to planning for improvement through the use of aligned and connected improvement plans...

 

Strategy Map

Monroe County Schools use a continuous improvement approach to planning for improvement through the use of aligned and connected plans for each school and the district. This planning model is based on the Plan, Do, Check, Act approach to planning for continuous improvement. The continuous improvement plan for each school serves as both the short and long range planning framework for that site. The continuous improvement plan acts as an umbrella for all improvement efforts for the school. Each continuous improvement plan is aligned around the four strategic objectives of the school system:

  • Attaining High Student Achievement & Success
  • Developing Organizational Effectiveness
  • Ensuring Student/Stakeholder Engagement and Loyalty
  • Ensuring High Quality Professional Learning

The flow of our continuous improvement process can be seen in our using Continuous Improvement Plans, Visual Reporting, Balanced Scorecards and Annual Reports to Increase Student Achievement strategy map.

 

MCS College and Career Readiness
Performance Index Balanced Scorecard

District 2016-2017 CCRPI Results Show Increase for Monroe County

The Georgia Department of Education released the 2016-2017 College and Career Readiness Performance Index (CCRPI) scores for schools and systems earlier today. The College and Career Ready Performance Index — CCRPI — is Georgia’s tool for annually measuring how well schools, districts, and the state are helping students achieve their goals. It provides a comprehensive roadmap to help educators, parents, and community members promote and improve college and career readiness for all students.Monroe County Schools is pleased to announce CCRPI scores for every school in the district improved from 2015-2016. The chart below shows CCRPI trend data for individual schools and our system as a whole over the past three years. 

 

State/System/School

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

State

75.5

73.6

75.0

System

73.1

75.5

82.4

Mary Persons High School

65.4

72.8

84.1

Monroe County Middle School

74.5

74.6

81.9

Samuel E. Hubbard Elementary School

70.0

62.4

75.8

Thomas G. Scott Elementary School

77.2

78.9

82.8

Katherine B. Sutton Elementary School

82.6

88.1

88.7

“We are extremely proud of the continued improvement shown in our school system over the past few years.  This improvement is a direct byproduct of the leadership and guidance of our Board of Education and the commitment and hard work of our students, teachers, leaders, and support staff in our district.“ said Superintendent Dr. Mike Hickman.

The CCRPI includes four main components: Achievement, Progress, Achievement Gap, and Challenge Points.  These components, encompassing multiple indicators, are combined for a total CCRPI score on a scale of 0 to 100, with a possibility of 10 additional points. The CCRPI also reports other information, such as the performance of student subgroups, school climate, and financial efficiency status.

CCRPI is Georgia’s statewide accountability system. It was first implemented in 2012 under Georgia’s Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) Flexibility Waiver as a replacement for No Child Left Behind’s Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP).

 

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