Each year, schools in the Asheboro City Schools district complete a Continuous Improvement Plan to guide their work for that academic year. Annual Continuous Improvement Plans identify specific strategies to accomplish goals in improving student achievement. Asheboro City Schools uses the Continuous Improvement Planning process as a comprehensive tool to address the needs of all students. A Continuous Improvement Plan also communicates to educators, students and their families, business leaders and community members, the process of achieving and measuring improvements both as a district and at the school level. These plans are developed and monitored by the school or district leadership teams in the late summer and early fall of the year, and presented annually in the fall to the Board of Education for approval.
Loflin's Continuous Improvement Plan
Our 2015-2016 Continuous Improvement Plan
was approved by the Asheboro City Schools Board of Education on Oct. 8, 2015.
Click here to view Loflin's Continuous Improvement Plan for the 2014-2015 school year.