ALP (Advanced Learning Plan)

ALP stands for Advanced Learning Plan.  At the beginning of the school year, each GT student meets with the GT facilitator to discuss goals and academic needs and concerns. Parents receive an electronic copy of their student's written plan. The plans are also made available for students’ teachers so that they are aware of each student's strengths. This ALP process occurs in the Fall and in the Spring to monitor students' progress.
  

 

Fall Process (During CORE+ September through October)
 
Step 1: S.M.A.R.T. Steps to Attaining Your ALP Goals (open and make a copy for yourself)  
 
Step 2: Complete the SMART Steps to monitor your goals and growth.
 
Step 3: Submit your ALP Goals and Planning Sheet. (Goal Submission Form)
 
Step 4: Ms. Davies and/or Mrs. Hamill will email the results of students' goal setting and S.M.A.R.T. Goals to parents and students
 
Step 5: Discuss S.M.A.R.T. Goals and ALP forms with parents
 
Step 5: Parents email back as receipt of ALP
  
 
Spring Process (By appointment in April and May)
 
Step 1: Review your SMART goals doc and analyze your progress/growth
 
Step 2: Complete the Spring Review/Reflection Sheet
 
Step 3: Meet with Mrs. Hamill to review/reflect on goals and update ALP
 
Step 4: Mrs. Hamill emails notice of the ALP meeting to parents and students.
 
Step 5: Discuss S.M.A.R.T. Goals and ALP forms with parents