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.
Current School Improvement Team Members, 2022 - 2023
Taylor Evans, SIP Co-Process Manager and Assistant Principal
Tanisha Phipps, SIP Co-Process Manager and Instructional Facilitator
Jesse Gore, Principal
Curtis Cotton III, Assistant Principal
Demeyia Clark, Literacy Coach
Elizabeth Williamson, Intervention Team Facilitator
Maxine Stewart, Intervention Teacher
Loshonda Allen, Lead Counselor
Kimberly Burton, Title I Director
Michael Stiefel, Area Senior Administrator
Brittany Brown, Parent Representative
Robyn Elmore, Kindergarten Teacher
Faith Van Dusen, First Grade Teacher
Raymond Willis, Second Grade Teacher
Precious Bubala, Third Grade Teacher
Tatyana Fiddis-Stewart, Fourth Grade
Kayon Thomas, Fifth Grade Teacher
Stefan Henderson, Enhancements Teacher
Lamonica Chambers, Special Education Teacher
Alice Frutis, Special Education Teacher
Roxana Samuels-Kincy, ESL
Robin Dodson, Instructional Assistant
Date Elected: July 25th, 2022
School Improvement Meetings 2022- 2023
All school improvement meetings will be held in the Media Center.
SIP Meetings (Open Meetings):
October 20 (Quarterly Review)
January 17 (Quarterly Review)
April 21 (Quarterly Review)
Guests are welcome at any School Improvement Open Session Meeting.
If you are interested in attending a School Improvement Team meeting, please contact us at 919-857-9500. Requests for a virtual option should be sent to one of the process managers.