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Pillar II: Strengthen Productive Family and Community Partnerships
OBJECTIVE II.i:    Communication between CCPS and the community demonstrates transparency, trust, and respect.
OBJECTIVE II.ii:   CCPS seeks out, welcomes, and engages parent and community volunteers to enhance student achievement.
OBJECTIVE II.iii:  CCPS partners with local government, businesses, and agencies to support student learning.
Priority Focus Areas for 2018-19 Baseline Performance Performance Targets
2018-19 2022-23
Communication between CCPS and the community is meaningful, informative, timely, respectful, two-way, and multimodal.
  • 2017-18: 35% average of schools participating at CAC meetings

 

  • Pending administration of the MSDE ESSA climate survey

85%

 

 

TBD

100%

 

 

TBD

 

 

Intentional and appropriate communication outreach to our families of minority students, students living in poverty, special needs students, and English learners.
  • 2018-19 number of requests on new CCPS international telephone line

 

  • 2018: 428 Participated in the Culture Expo

     
  • 2017-18: 74 families participated in Special Education Family Support Nights

     
  • 2017-18: Historically 20% of Title I families have taken advantage of at least one family engagement activity throughout the school year.

Establish baseline in 2018-19

 

2019: increase by 10% from baseline

 

2018-19: increase by 10% from baseline

 

30% of Title I families will take advantage of at least one family engagement activity throughout the school year.

Set target from baseline

 

2022: increase by 35% from baseline

 

2022-23: increase by 40% from baseline

 

30% of Title I families will take advantage of at least three family engagement activities throughout the school year.