School Improvement and Professional Learning

School Improvement

CCPS School Improvement department is the home of curriculum and instruction and professional learning programs. The goal of School Improvement is to uphold and enhance the efforts in all schools to increase student achievement by supporting quality teaching through the implementation of the curriculum standards and research-based practices. Schools are provided with the tools and resources to facilitate yearly academic progress.

The School Improvement department utilizes the GaDOE School Improvement Process to assist all schools with developing, implementing, and monitoring school improvement plans. Furthermore, it provides and supports ongoing professional learning which is supported through site-based professional learning communities (PLCs) to build the capacity of all staff - administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals, and other system employees-with the goal of improving student achievement at all levels.

The K-12 English Language Arts curriculum will be available for public review at the Catoosa County Board of Education from May 3rd to June 3rd, 2024.


Names

Position

Dr. Melissa Butler

Asst. Superintendent, Director of School Improvement and Secondary Education

Gina Haynes

Director of Elementary Education and Federal Programs

Kellie Taylor

Elementary School Improvement Specialist

Dr. Lisa Logan

Secondary School Improvement Specialist

Dr. Ingrid Jones

School Improvement Specialist, ESOL/Title III Coordinator

Alice Hickman

Administrative Assistant

Sherrie Flores

Administrative Assistant

Michelle Gee

Administrative Assistant


Academic Performance Information

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Private School Student Enrollment Georgia Department of Education Form

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