School Improvement Plan
RBHS School-Wide Improvement Plan Overview
● Increase Graduation Rate
● Decrease Chronic Absenteeism
● Implement One to One Technology Integration and
● Professional development, human capital, instructional
resources, and all funds is focused on improving student
● RBHS offers remediation courses during 3rd block (50
minutes) for English 9-11 and Algebra I-II courses
● After-school tutoring in English, math, and biology is
offered throughout the week to further support student needs.
● Response to Intervention (RTI) is implemented to help
reduce student achievement gaps.
● Title I funds are utilized to provide instructional
supports and materials to meet student needs.
● RBHS uses data sources from quarterly summative
assessments, Reading Plus, Armed Services Vocational Aptitude
Battery (ASVAB), PLAN, and ACT to improve student performance.
● Red Bank High School will implement the Community School
model during the 16-17 school year. Northside Neighborhood House is
the lead partner and a Coordinator has been hired to build
relationships with outside organizations for students inside and
outside of school.
● RBHS will communicate with stakeholders and seek to
increase parental involvement through the school website,
SchoolMessenger calls, Twitter, Facebook, Parent-Teacher
Conferences, and Open House.
● Red Bank High School focuses on effective instructional
practices and engagement in the areas of: Literacy, Numeracy,
Science, Technology, and Parental Engagement to reduce student
● Administrators and teachers will attend professional
development in order to focus on improving literacy, performance
based assessments, and instructional strategies to prepare students
for the ACT and EOCs/TN Ready Tests.
● English and Math department chairs will attend targeted
professional development to learn engagement and literacy
● The guidance department will help seniors transition to
post-high school success through academic planning for graduation,
scholarship applications, career path planning, college and TN
● A graduation coach has been hired to help "at-risk"
students in improving behaviors and meeting credit and graduation