We are a low performing school, but we’re making huge strides. We are no longer the lowest scoring school in the county. We’re providing pull-out RtI services in both Reading and Math. In addition, we have over 300 students enrolled in our after school extended learning programs that are geared toward catching students up. At a recent School Site Council Meeting, a parent asked, “What are you doing for my son—who happens to be one of the high performing students?” She brought up a great point and really made me stop and reflect on our instructional program. Changes are needed for next year. What do y’all do for your high performing elementary kids when so much attention is placed on getting the low ones on grade level?