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The Grade 6-12 student and teacher surveys are now finalized and will be given during the first two weeks of December every year in order to gauge our progress on the recommendations made in the Academic Audit. A survey for grades 3-5 is currently being finalized.
The Audit Committee is currently working on finalizing a student survey which will be given annually to all students in Grades 3-12 to measure our progress and determine areas of focus for the following year. This process will be ongoing and a permanent part of improving education in our District. Each year those survey results will be shared and discussed with students to involve them in decision-making, along with our teachers and administrators. Our goal is to make the schools in MSAD 11 second to none!!
Academic Audit History
The Academic Audit process was originally conceived in 2006 to examine the strengths and weaknesses of the educational experience we provide to our children in Grades 6 through 12, and recommend areas in need of improvement.
After 18 months of study, the Academic Audit Committee presented it's Final Report to the MSAD 11 School Board on steps that need to be taken to improve education in MSAD 11.
Three major areas of focus for moving forward will be to
1. Ensure consistency from grade to grade and school to school, and increase student engagement;
2. Make school more relevant to student's interests and abilities, and;
3. Make changes to promote student safety, recognition, and respectful behavior.
The next phase in the Audit process was to create a Committee to oversee implementation of the recommendations contained in the Academic Audit Report. The School Board voted to create this Academic Audit Advisory Committee on February 19, 2008.
The key to success is going to be having all of us working together: Teachers, Administration, Parents, Students, Community and Board Members. Teachers and Administration, already gathering input from Students, will be developing Action Plans during the month of March, likely to be followed by a Community Forum to bring all of us together to agree on how to attack the issues.
Click here to see a powerpoint presentation of Audit Findings.
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