• Pennsylvania’s planning for continuous improvement of leadership, teaching and learning is critically important to ensuring that all students have access to a world-class education that prepares them for college, career, and life.  Chapter 4 specifies planning requirements for school entities. These planning requirements are as follows:

    Comprehensive Plan

    Every 3 years, a school entity must develop and implement a comprehensive plan. This plan must be made available for public inspection and comment for 28 days, and then it can be approved by the school entity's governing board.

    • Click here to view a draft of GVSD’s Comprehensive Plan 2022-2025

    Professional Education Plan

    Every 3 years, a school entity must submit to the Secretary for approval a professional education plan. The professional education plan must be made available for public inspection and comment for 28 days, and then it can be approved by the board and then submitted to PDE.

    • Click here to view a draft of GVSD’s Professional Development Plan (Act 48) 2022-2025.

    Induction Plan

    Every 6 years, a school entity must submit to the Department for approval an induction plan. The induction plan must be made available for public inspection and comment for 28 days, and then it can be approved by the school entity's governing board and then submitted to PDE.

    • Click here to view a draft of GVSD’s Induction Plan (Chapter 49) 2022-2025.

    Gifted Education Plan

    Every 6 years, each school district must develop and implement a gifted education plan. The gifted education plan must be made available for public inspection and comment for 28 days, and then it can be approved by the school entity's governing board.

    • Click here to view a draft of GVSD’s Gifted Education Plan Assurances (Chapter 16) 2022-2025.

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