School Improvement Plan
Every school in the district has a School Improvement Plan that encourages and supports their efforts to create new and innovative ways to improve teaching and learning; the District implements effective ways of assessing and sharing these efforts across schools. It is important to identify and acknowledge the things schools currently do well and to apply these successful practices throughout the District. Contact your school to view their School Improvement Plan.
Measurement of Student Progress (MSP) Statewide Assesment
The Measurements of Student Progress (MSP) is the state’s exam for students in grades 3-8. The MSP name conveys the goal of the test: to measure student progress. State testing should never be the sole judge of a student’s academic skills and knowledge. A student’s entire performance should always be considered.
Review your child's school's MSP Report Card on the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction's website. The Washington State School Report Card provides parents with information about K-12 public schools. It includes a wealth of information about school demographics, student performance and school staff.