School Improvement

  • 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.


  • 2021-2022 Bridges School Improvement

    Team Members


    Lisa Cruz


    Sheryl Jules

    SIP Process Manager

    Amy Merritt

    SIP Process Manager

    Michelle Tart

    Social Worker

    Heather Hill

    School Psychologist

    Beth Bond

    Lead Teacher

    Rachel Faulkner

    Intervention Teacher

    Seyma Gundogdu

    Instructional Assistant

    Renuka Chouhan

    Teacher- Grades 1-2

    Bree Howard

    Teacher- Grade 3

    Anna Johnson

    Teacher- Grade 4

    Cassandra Powell

    Teacher-Grade 5

    Hannah Rhodes

    Teacher- Grade 5

    Jennifer Giordano

    IF/Literacy Coach

    Cissy McKissick

    Math Coach


    School Improvement Meeting Dates

    9/13/21 10/11/21 11/1/21 12/13/21 1/24/22 2/14/21 3/14/22 4/4/22 5/9/22 6/13/22



    We will do whatever it takes to transition students with social emotional resilience and strengthened academics.
    Value Statement 

    We believe in teaching and creating an environment that promotes:

    • Problem solving and thinking critically to become lifelong learners
    • Demonstrating compassion and care for everyone
    • Understanding and embracing diversity
    • Developing and maintaining healthy relationships within the school, home, and community


    What does it mean to be a Title I school?

    The emphasis in a schoolwide Title I school is on serving all students. Schoolwide programs maximize the impact of Title I funding in that all students in the school are served as funds are used to improve the entire education program.


    Home-School Compact 

    This Home-School Compact is the reflection of our shared responsibility as a school community for high student achievement. 

Home-School Compact