Supplemental Education Services

The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires LEA's to post information regarding schools in improvement and Supplemental Educational Services offered to students as a result of School Improvement designations.

Schools in School Improvement in Leake County School District:

Longitudinal School Improvement Data Analysis

Leake Central Elementary School--Year 2

School Choice Letter

Parent Letter (PDF)

Distrito Escolar del Condado Leake (Spanish Verison)

Distrito Escolar del Condado Leake (Servicos Educativos Supplementarios)--Spanish Version


Leake County High School--Year 2

School Choice Letter

Leake County High School SES Procedures (DOC)

Parent Letter (DOC)

Distrito Escolar del Condado Leake (Spanish Version)

Distrito Escolar del Condado Leake (Servicos Educativos Supplementarios)--Spanish

 

School Improvement

Two schools, Leake Central Elementary (Year 2) and Leake County High School (Year 2), have been identified for improvement based on requirements set forth by No Child Left Behind (NCLB).  The statue requires states to set incremental progress on reading, language arts, and mathematics.  The incremental progress is defined as adequate yearly progress (AYP) toward ensuring that all students meet proficiency standards of achievement by 2014.  AYP is measured by the MIssissippi Curriculum Tests (MCT 2) in grades 3-8 and the State Assessment Test Program (SATP 2) in the high school subjects of English, U.S. History, Biology, and Algebra I.

Supplemental Education Service Providers: