Student success is defined by more than a single test score.  

You're invited to join superintendents from Buena Vista, Monte Vista, La Veta, Kit Carson, and Buffalo RE4J on May 22 from 1:30-3 p.m. to learn more about the Student-Centered Accountability Program (SCAP).

This comprehensive approach to accountability goes beyond single test scores to help districts gain a deeper understanding of student growth and achievement, develop meaningful plans for continuous improvement, and communicate in dynamic ways to local communities. See how districts are utilizing SCAP.

This innovative, transparent, peer-driven, and supported evaluation model that has been given a Resolution of Support from the State Board of Education allows districts to broaden the definition of student success and measure what matters most to their local communities: the everyday, authentic cycle of learning in classrooms.

Join practitioners at the forefront of this movement, ask questions, and learn about how your district can join the Student-Centered Accountability Program in the future.

Monday, May 22, 2017
1:30-3 p.m. MDT
District 11 Athletic Office
2020 Glenn Summer Rd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80909

Don't miss out on this opportunity!
  • School System Review by peers focused on district-determined strengths and challenges
  • A meaningful program cross-walked with the state's Unified Improvement Planning process
  • Digital templates for stakeholder communication that get your community connected
  • Sharing resources and ideas on implementing meaningful measures like social and emotional learning

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