Professional Learning Communities (PLCs)
Professional Learning Communities are based on three big ideas: A Focus on Learning, A Collaborative Culture and Collective Responsibility, and A Results Orientation. PLCs are devoted to increasing student learning by addressing potential barriers and refining instructional practice. Click the headers below to access the PLC pages. A PLC is not just a meeting or a team but is the way an organization operates.
The main goal of our grade-level teams are designed to allow teachers who share students across their classes to discuss students who seem to be struggling across multiple disciplines and to address the root cause(s) of that student's issues.
Content-area teachers meet in teams to design common curriculum and assessments and discuss and refine effective instructional practices to increase student learning.