It was just before the start of this school year that Westmoreland County Public Schools all became fully accredited, and if the plans laid out by Washington & Lee High School Principal Roger Coleman are any indication, none of them have any intention of sitting on their laurels even after accomplishing that. At the School Board meeting last week, Principal Coleman addressed the Board and laid out plans for improving the school’s performance yet further.
To aid with this goal, a school improvement team, department teams, and a parent advisory committee had been formed. Each group in turn goes over the data gathered from the school administrators and tries to cook up a plan that will work for each area of focus. Currently the focuses are gap groups, attendance percentages, performance, and pass advanced scores.
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