2022-2023 Local School Plan for Improvement (LSPI)
School: DULUTH HIGH SCHOOL Cluster Superintendent: Pam Williams
Accountability and flexibility are hallmarks of Gwinnett County Public Schools' success. Key to that success is ensuring that each school community understands the progress being made by its schools, as well as what plans will drive improvement. Each school creates a collaborative Local School Plan for Improvement (LSPI) to increase student achievement results, with targeted goals based on the four strategic priorities within the district’s Blueprint for the Future: Empathy, Equity, Effectiveness, and Excellence. All schools across the district will focus on goals 2A- Multi-tiered Systems of Support and 2B- Opportunity and Access. However, schools are required to select one goal from each of the other strategic priorities for the 2022-2023 school year. LSPI goals are dynamic, like our schools, and are updated to reflect changes that occur in schools. Multiple data points are used to determine areas needing improvement and to identify specific, measurable, annual objectives. Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) are the way we will measure success for each goal. Schools then determine how to use research-based strategies to achieve these goals, using flexibility as needed. The LSPI development process involves teachers, parents, students, and community members, so the entire school community has the opportunity to be involved in conversations about school improvement.
Click here for an abbreviated version of Duluth High School’s Local School Plan for Improvement. A more comprehensive list of Duluth High School’s goals and action steps can be found here.