School Improvement

District of Richland School District One


School Improvement

For a complete list of School Improvement Grant (SIG) funding amounts, please click here

For more information on the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) plan, please click here

Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) List

Additional Targeted Support and Improvement (ATSI) List

Exit Criteria

Comprehensive Support and Improvement( CSI )


Richland School District One

  • C.A. Johnson High School
  • Forest Heights Elementary School

Additional Targeted Support and Improvement (ATSI)


Richland School District One

  • A.C. Flora High School
  • A.J. Lewis Greenview Elementary
  • Annie Burnside Elementary
  • Arden Elementary School
  • Carver Lyon Elementary School
  • Edward E. Taylor Elementary
  • H.B. Rhame Elementary School
  • John P Thomas Elementary School
  • Logan Elementary
  • Rosewood Elementary School
  • Watkins-Nance Elementary School
  • Webber Elementary School
  • William S. Sandel Elementary

Exit Criteria CSI

An elementary or middle school could exit CSI status upon achieving either of the following:
1. A final summative score on weighted point index that is above the bottom five percent of Title I schools and a growth rating of "Good"; or
2. The identified subgroup(s) performance moves above the performance of ALL students in the highest performing Title I CSI school in achievement, preparing for success, and student engagement and a growth rating of "Good."

A high school could exit CSI status upon meeting any of following options:
1. A final summative score on weighted point index that is above the bottom five percent of Title I schools and non-Title I schools and a three percent increase in the school's average number of points earned in the college and career readiness indicator; or
2. A graduation rate that is 70 percent or higher; and a three percent increase in the school's average number of points earned in the college and career readiness indicator; or
3. The identified subgroup(s) performance moves above the performance of ALL students in the highest performing Title I CSI school in achievement, growth, preparing for success, graduation rate, college and career readiness, and positive and effective learning environment and increase by three percent in the school's average number of points earned in the college and career readiness indicator.

Exit Criteria TSI

ESSA does not require exit criteria to be set for TSI schools. Instead, it allows districts to set the exit criteria for TSI schools and suggests that the criteria for support and improvement be informed by all indicators of the accountability system, including student performance against the state's long term goals.