Entrance and Exit Criteria
Targeted Support and Improvement Flowchart
Targeted Support and Improvement CSIP Requirements
CSI and TSI Frequently Asked Questions
Introduction to Targeted and Comprehensive Support and Improvement webinar, accompanying PowerPoint, and transcript
SBDM Council Implications for CSI and TSI Schools
TSI School Roster
District 180 in the Office of Continuous Improvement and Support has recognized three previous Priority Schools for their work in improving student learning and building core processes for sustainability. Based on data, monitoring visits, and monitoring tools, selected schools have shown results of exponentially more students being College or Career Ready. Previously identified in Kentucky as Priority or Persistently Low Achieving (PLA) schools, Hub Schools have developed aligned systems that focus on continuous improvement.
The purpose of each Hub School is to capture its own best or promising practices based on data and results and to connect with other schools in their region. Hub Schools will be a lab of support and hub of learning activity for both students and adults. In addition, they will be knowledgeable of the promising/best practices from other Priority Schools to strengthen connections and to address multiple needs within their geographical area.
Visit a Hub School
We invite you
to connect with a Hub School. Come hear and see shared best and promising
practices. The Kentucky Hub Schools are East-Carter High School, Pulaski County
High School and Franklin-Simpson High School.
East Carter High School
Contact: Jeanne Crowe, KDE Educational Recovery Director, East Carter High School
Franklin-Simpson High School
Contact: Crystal W. Higgins, KDE Educational Recovery Specialist, Franklin-Simpson High School
Pulaski County High School
Contact: Todd Tucker, KDE Educational Recovery Leader, Pulaski County High School