Student Learning Goal 2, T1

By 2014, teachers will identify the factors that are likely to impact student learning.

Over 130 responses from staff and community members reflect data gathered based on the "Global Best Practices Self Assessment developed by the New England Secondary Schools Consortium. We have much work to do to bring a more diverse and multicultural approach to our work, and must focus on transitions between grades, schools, college, and career. We want to raise academic expectations at all levels while determining pathways through our system that truly personalize the experience for each learner. Up to date summary.

Northwest Evaluation System is a computerized system that shows if students are learning.

Multi-State Billing Services is where our district houses all Individualized Education Plan. 

What leadership means in Gilford. 

The Gilford School District curriculum is based on the Common Core Curriculum Standards and the New Hampshire Grade Level and Grade Span Expectations. Curriculum is designed to actively engage all students in a broad range of educational experiences and opportunities. As a district, we are continually examining our curriculum and instructional practices to ensure we are meeting the needs of our students.