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As ONE GAINESVILLE, we will inspire, nurture, challenge, and prepare our students as we educate them to be successful in a 21st century global society.
Our students will think critically, act compassionately, work meaningfully, choose wisely, and live joyfully.
Director of Federal and State Accountability
Gainesville City School System offers ongoing support to schools with their continuous school improvement process. The Director of State and Federal Accountability collaborates with school and district leaders to provide principals with appropriate resources and professional learning opportunities to address the achievement needs of students experiencing challenges accessing the Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS).
During the spring of each year, each school conducts a comprehensive needs assessment based on academic achievement data of all students including disaggregated student groups. In addition to reviewing and analyzing achievement data, school personnel will conduct stakeholder surveys, as well as meet with key stakeholders for further insight into the school’s greatest needs.
Federal funds are available to provide supplemental services to schools in support of assisting students identified as educationally disadvantaged and at risk of failing to meet state standards. All schools in the Gainesville City School System offer a schoolwide Title I program. Schoolwide programs are focused on the improvement of the entire educational program in a school, with an emphasis on improving the academic achievement of the lowest achieving students.
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