School Improvement Team
North Carolina’s major educational reform “The ABCs of Public Education” seeks to raise student achievement through increased Accountability, an emphasis on the Basics, and local Control in decision making. Mandated in this law is the formation of School Improvement Teams (SITs) at all North Carolina schools to devise plans to increase the school’s student achievement. This is “local control in action”. A School Improvement Team (SIT) is a group of people who implement school-based management at a local school by developing a plan to enhance student achievement. It is a decentralized, shared process that includes people such as administrators, teachers, support staff, students, business leaders, and parents who sincerely care about all the students in that school and what they need to learn to succeed.
|Jennifer Walker||Sherrie Reid||Traci Aderholdt|
|David Allen||Jim Edwards||Lance Ware|
|John Wall||Christie Hoyle||Krista Sullivan|
|Audrey Tate||Lori Stites||Vicki Murray|
|To be Announced|