CLOVIS ASSESSMENT SYSTEM FOR SUSTAINED IMPROVEMENT (CLASSI)

Standards and accountability continue to be top priorities in public education today. In Clovis Unified, we are committed to maintaining and improving the quality of the educational programs we provide for our students. Setting high standards and district goals for constant improvement by our Governing board have long been the foundations of accountability for students, teachers and administrators in Clovis Unified. In 1994, the Clovis Assessment System for Sustained Improvement, commonly known as “CLASSI,” was instituted as the means of assessing and evaluating the performance of the schools in our district.
CLASSI evaluations
In pursuit of truly effective, well-rounded programs, CLASSI evaluations include many elements that affect the total operation of each school. To achieve this comprehensive approach to evaluation, CLASSI is composed of three distinct components. Component I focuses on pupil academic achievement based on district standards and multiple measures. Component II is designed to rate the school’s effectiveness regarding specific elements of school site management, parent involvement and co-curricular programs based on quality indicators. Each of these elements is rated from “Superior” to “Needs Improvement.” Component III of the CLASSI system allows school and district personnel to examine each school’s policies, practices, programs and operating procedures through a self-study.

In the CLASSI system, each year, scores and ratings are tabulated and reported by the Department of Assessment. Schools earn the CUSD Exemplary School Award by reaching or exceeding set standards in both Component I and Component II. Moreover, schools use the results of CLASSI in setting their goals and planning for the improvement of their programs the following year. In this way, school personnel are continually challenged to exceed their own standards of excellence.
 
COMPONENT II

LIST OF REPORTED EVENTS

Events in the 100 series refer to elementary schools, 200 series refer to intermediate schools and 300 series are high schools event.

PERFORMING ARTS 
Choral MusicEvent Sheet No. 120, 220, 320
Instrumental MusicEvent Sheet No. 121, 221, 321
  
SCHOOL AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT 
School Athletics:  (a) Fall, (b) Spring, (c) WinterEvent Sheet No. 222, 324 a, b, c
Cocurricular ParticipationEvent Sheet No. 123, 223, 322a
Diverse Representation:  Co-curricular ProgramsEvent Sheet No. 224, 322b
School Site SART Meetings and SurveyEvent Sheet No. 140, 240, 340
Diverse Representation:  School Site SART CommitteeEvent Sheet No. 141, 241, 341
District IDAC Parent RepresentationEvent Sheet No. 142
  
SCHOOL MANAGEMENT 
Clean CampusEvent Sheet No. 130, 230, 330
  
CHARACTER COUNTS! 
CHARACTER COUNTS!Event Sheet No. 153, 253
  
QUALITY INDICATORS 
Academic Challenge:  “The Big 6”Event Sheet No. 327
College ScholarshipsEvent Sheet No. 354
High School Graduation RateEvent Sheet No. 355
  

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