The purpose of school improvement is to improve achievement and outcomes for every student by working to eliminate the ability to predict achievement based on socioeconomic status, race, and ethnicity.
We do this by collaboratively and continuously analyzing data and making decisions considering the unique needs of the learning community and the district's strategic plan.
School Improvement in Wake County Public Schools
The purpose of school improvement is to improve achievement and outcomes for every student - intentionally working to eliminate performance predictability among subgroups - by collaboratively and continuously analyzing data and making decisions considering the unique needs of the learning community and the district's strategic plan.
Our school improvement team will use the Indistar system, known in North Carolina as NCStar, to access and maintain our plan. You may view the Indistar website by clicking the link and using the login information below.
Indistar Username: GuestS17466
Indistar Password: GuestS17466
EGMMS is a diverse community which fosters a safe and equitable environment that values relationships, collaboration and high expectations, developing lifelong leaders, and scholars who are responsible global citizens.
#1 Every student is uniquely capable and deserves to be challenged and engaged in relevant, rigorous, and meaningful learning each day.
#2 Every student is expected to learn, grow, and succeed, while we will eliminate the ability to predict achievement based on socioeconomic status, race, and ethnicity.
#3 Well-supported, highly effective, and dedicated principals, teachers, and staff are essential to success for all students.
#4 The Board of Education, superintendent, and all staff, while sustaining best practices, will promote and support a culture of continuous improvement, risk-taking, and innovation that results in a high-performing organization focused on student achievement.
#5 The Board of Education, superintendent, and all staff value a diverse school community that is inviting, respectful, inclusive, flexible, and supportive.
#6 The Wake County residents value a strong public school system and will partner to provide the support and resources to fully realize our shared vision, accomplish the mission, and sustain our core beliefs.
SIP Core Members
Mr. Jimmy Sposato, Principal
Ms. Faylnne Correia, SIP Co-Chair and Committee Chair
Ms. Stacy Eleczko, SIP Co-Chair
Ms. Karen Ritter, SIP Co-Chair
Ms. Traci Arnemann, Assistant Principal, Year II and Committee Chair
Mr. Patches Jacobs, Assistant Principal, Year III
Ms. Valencia McCoy, Assistant Principal, Year I
Dr. Angelica Melton, Assistant Principal, Head of Enhancement Programs
Ms. Lee Corbett, Language and Literature, Year II, Co-Chair and Department Chair
Ms. Eva Lewis, Co-Chair and Department Chair
Ms. Catherine Lyon, Committee Co-Chair
Ms. Whitney Parker, Language and Literature, Year I and Committee Co-Chair
Dr. Teika Sabino, Intervention Coordinator and IB Coordinator
Ms. Jackie Yates Leach, Individuals and Society, Year III and House Lead
Ms. Kathleen Yuska, RC Counselor. Testing Coordinator and Committee Co-Chair
School Improvement team members were approved on September 21, 2023
School Improvement Meetings
SIP Core Committee:
September 26, 2023
October 24, 2023
November 14, 2023
December 12, 2023
January 16, 2024
March 12, 2024
April 9, 2023
May 14, 2024
October 10, 2023
November 28, 2023
January 30, 2024
April 23, 2024
May 28, 2024
If you are interested in attending a School Improvement Team meeting, please contact our
Process Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 919-662-4449