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“I've learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel."

― Maya Angelou


Current Students have been Cohorted by grade level in Advisory period to meet their needs more effectively. 
Community members, Support Staff, Teachers, and Administrators meet students in small learning communities and discuss, strengthen, and support student achievement and resources necessary for their academic goals. 


District Video Presentation of Program Plan



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  • Definition:

    Successful Black student achievement is defined by high academic performance, strong social-emotional awareness and management, and a positive cultural identity.  Futhermore, strategies and methods utilized to cultivate these things shall be directly responsive to the unique needs of Black students due in large to the historic and ongoing social and economic conditions experienced by Black people.

    When We:

    1. learn from the Black community and bring the lived experiences of our Black students and families into our instructional planning, 
    2. engage Black students and their families in shared ownership to improve conditions for Black students including personal value attached to education,
    3. support our teachers, school administrators, and staff to deliver academically challenging learning environments, establish data informed multi-tiered support structures provide culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy and equity,
    4. align all district efforts at every level to drive improvement in teaching and learning for Black students,
    5. increase internal and external accountability for the improvement of Black student performance.

    Then we will demonstrate multi-year increases in Black student achievement.

BSAP students are:

  1. Proud – Feel great satisfaction when you have achieved your goal.
  2. Prompt – Be on time without delay.
  3. Persistent – Never give up when things seem difficult.
  4. Productive – Always produce quality work.
  5. Polite – Show good manners towards others in behavior and speech.
  6. Prepared – Be organized, equipped and ready to learn.
College and Support Services (A-G requirements)
BSSP is to be completed with Student, Parent, and School Staff
Consent Form to be completed by Parent / Guardian