The Colorado Achievement Plan for Kids Act of 2008 and The Education Accountability Act of 2009 are two pieces of legislation aimed at ensuring Colorado students graduate from high school and are prepared for higher education or success in the work place. These laws established a system that holds school districts and individual schools accountable on a set of consistent, objective measures, including four key performance measures - achievement, growth, closing gaps, and postsecondary/workforce readiness. For districts, the evaluation of overall performance on these indicators leads to an accreditation designation by the state. For schools, the evaluation of overall performance on these indicators leads to the assignment of the type of improvement plan schools will implement.


Peck Accountability Committee

The Peck Accountability Committee will meet from 5:00-6:00pm in the library on the following dates (agendas can be viewed by clicking on the date(s) below:

October 17, 2019 - School Performance Framework & UIP; Community Survey; School Safety Issues

December 12, 2019 - School Budget

February 20, 2020 - District Budget Priorities

April 9, 2020 - Principal Evaluations; suggestions for next school year

Chairperson: Stacey Grisham

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