Outcomes and Plans
Annual Report and World’s Best Workforce Report
The Annual Report and World’s Best Workforce Report is published on annually on October 1st, in accordance withMinnesota Statute 124E.16 Sub.2. Community of Peace Academy’s Annual Report and World’s Best Workforce Report can be read or downloaded here.
Read Well by 3rd Grade: Local Literacy Plan
All public school districts and charter schools that enroll K-2 students must annually submit data on reading proficiency for all students in Kindergarten through Grade 2, and develop a Local Literacy Plan that guides the work toward all students reading well by the end of third grade, a required component of districts’ World’s Best Workforce Plans. Community of Peace Academy’s 2018 Local Literacy Plan can be read or downloaded here.
Minnesota Report Card
The Minnesota Report Card provides parents, educators, schools, districts and citizens with easy access to district and school information, test results, demographic information and other critical data in a centralized location. A variety of reports provide a comprehensive look at the state of education at Community of Peace Academy, at other local schools and districts, or the state as a whole. CPA’s Report Card can be viewed here.
Title 1 Parent Involvement Plan
Research shows that family involvement and engagement in a child’s education is a greater predictor of academic success than the family’s economic status. The Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), Title I, Part A program regulations require robust family involvement activities that build partnerships, between parents and educators, at every district and school that receive these federal funds. This parent involvement and engagement reflects shared accountability between schools and parents for high student achievement and efforts to building parents’ capacity for using effective practices to improve their own child’s academic achievement. Community of Peace Academy’s Title 1 Parent Involvement Plan can be read or downloaded here.
CPA Elementary School Improvement Plan
The School Improvement Plan (SIP) answers the question, “How are we going to get to where we want to be?” It identifies a plan for the implementation of the strategies, practices, or programs that were identified to improve outcomes for students. The School Improvement Plan for CPA Elementary can be read or downloaded here.