Annual Reports & Continuous Improvement Plans
Each fall the central office administration, principals, and program leaders develop Continuous Improvement Plans to guide their work on school goals and priorities. At the end of each school year the schools also develop an Annual Report that summarizes progress made on goals and priorities.
Annual Reports 2015-2016
The Annual Reports summarize the accomplishments of the Simsbury Schools during the 2015-2016 school year and contain goals, priorities, and indicators of school success.
Continuous Improvement Plans 2016-2017
Continuous improvement in the Simsbury Public Schools is a cycle that begins in the summer with the analysis of data related to both student achievement and system quality. Areas for improvement are identified along with strategies for addressing the areas in need of improvement. Continuous Improvement Plans, published in the early fall, focus the work of the entire system, from the superintendent to the classroom teacher, on the identified goals and objectives. Periodic reviews of each plan are conducted throughout the year, and a final report is issued in the early fall to document the district's progress toward the goals and objectives.
To be effective, the practice of continuous improvement must become an integral part of the culture of the Simsbury Public Schools. Using data to determine needs within the system, identifying goals and strategies to meet those needs, and engaging in a cycle of action and reflection will enable our school system to continuously improve. We are committed to making continuous improvement a guiding force in our ongoing work with students and families.