Continuous Improvement is an essential component of Fleming County Schools, which aims to improve the district's performance over time. The continuous imporvement cycle that FCS is based on has four interrelated phases, often referrred to as the Plan, Do, Study, Act Cycle:
1. PLAN: Establish the goals and actions necessary to implement the district's plan and its related performance improvement.
2. DO: Implement the district's planned processes and allocate the appropriate resources.
3. STUDY: Monitor, measure and report on the effectiveness of district's results and processes.
4. ACT: Incorporate the ideas for improvement into the district's plan and maximize areas where there have been successes.
Fleming County Schools is committed to improving the district's educational system in response to the needs of hte 21st century student. To support these efforts, the district provides resoures and tools to assist schools, engaged in improving the effectiveness of instruction, to increase student achievement. The Continuous Improvement Process is progressive, and does not have a fixed or predetermined end point and is sustained over an extended period of time. Fleming County Schools understands that improvement rarely has a starting or stopping point, but it is something that requires an ongoing process of learning, self-refletion, adaptation, and growth. Fleming County Schools commits to the continuous improvement process as a means of creating "Schools of Distinction," and becoming a "District of Distinction."
Along with out commitment to Continuous Improvement, we also are committed to being transparent with the district's stakeholders. The information to the right is information pertinent to our growth as a district.