SACS reports

Much of this information can be found at the school system’s web page:  SACS CASI Accreditation

2007 Accreditation
sacs-casi-oral-exit-report-(2007)
sacs-casi-district-self-study-(2007)

AdvancED’s Request for Information

AdvancED requested information on seven topics on July 28, 2010 to determine our compliance with its standards and policies for accredited school systems. The initial thirty day deadline was extended to September 11, 2010 in recognition of the beginning of the school year. The opens in same window icon Board of Education [ http://www.dekalb.k12.ga.us/board-of-education ] acknowledged and discussed this request at its meeting on August 6, 2010, and a complete response was sent to SACS CASI on September 9, 2010. SACS CASI responded on October 28, 2010.

sacs-casi-request-for-information-(2010-07-28)

CALLED BOARD MEETING: AUGUST 6, 2010

sacs-casi-dcss-joint-press-release-(2010-08-11)

AdvancED’s Special Review Team Visit
On November 12, 2010, SACS CASI announced via letter
[ sacs-casi-special-review-team-visit-letter-Nov-2010 ] its forthcoming arrival to conduct a special review team visit on January 25–26, 2011. The expectations of the visit include coordinating communication with the District’s contact person and AdvancED’s office, arranging interviews/meetings with internal leadership and key stakeholders, and providing any documents or information as requested by the team, which is anticipated to consist of five to six members. The team is slated to arrive on the afternoon of January 24, 2011.

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sacs-casi-response-to-dcss-(2010-10-28)

dcss-press-release-(2010-10-28)

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AdvancED’s Special Review Team Report

On March 3, 2011, the district received a letter from Dr. Mark Elgart along with the report from the AdvancED Special Review Team’s visit January 24–26, 2011. The report included eight required actions that the district was charged to act upon prior to October 31, 2011. DeKalb County Schools immediately formed teams and began working to identify and implement the corrective steps to address the required actions noted in the report. On October 3, 2011, the district submitted the Institution Progress Report and supporting evidence in response to each of the eight required actions listed in the report. The district will host an Monitoring Review Team visit with AdvancED officials October 17–19, 2011.

dcss-press-release-(2011-03-03)

sacs-casi-letter-(2011-03-03)

sacs-casi-special-review-team-report-(2011-03-03)

AdvancED’s Eight Required Actions Status Reports

sacs-casi-8ra-project-status-report-(2011-03)

sacs-casi-8ra-project-status-report-(2011-04)

sacs-casi-8ra-project-status-report-(2011-05)

sacs-casi-8ra-project-status-report-(2011-06)

sacs-casi-8ra-project-status-report-(2011-07)

sacs-casi-8ra-project-status-report-(2011-08)

sacs-casi-8ra-project-status-report-(2011-09)

AdvancED’s Eight Required Actions Institution Progress Report

dcss-progress-report-executive-summary-(2011-10-03)

dcss-progress-report-required-action1-(2011-10-03)

dcss-progress-report-required-action2-(2011-10-03)

dcss-progress-report-required-action3-(2011-10-03)

dcss-progress-report-required-action4-(2011-10-03)

dcss-progress-report-required-action5-(2011-10-03)

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AdvancED’s Eight Required Actions Accreditation Announcement

On November 29, 2011, the Superintendent received notice from Dr. Mark Elgart announcing the DeKalb County School District’s accreditation status with AdvancED.

SACS recommended that DeKalb Schools remain in the accreditation status of “accredited on advisement” as it completes two of eight actions to improve School System effectiveness that AdvancED recommended in January. AdvancED recommended that the school system continue working to establish a clear role and line of authority for its internal auditor and complete a strategic plan to guide the future direction of the school system.

The school system will submit a report to AdvancED by February 15, documenting additional steps it has taken to address the remaining actions. AdvancED will assess those steps during an on-site review of the school system’s five-year accreditation status, scheduled to take place in March.

dekalb-schools-announces-accreditation

letter-from-dr-mark-elgart-(2011-11-28)

advanced-dekalb-press-release-(2011-11)

advanced-dekalb-report-(2011-10)

Response to AdvancED’s Monitoring Visit Report

In response to the October, 2012 monitoring team visit by AdvancED and the subsequent notice of remaining “accredited on advisement”, DeKalb County School District has submitted a progress report update to AdvancED on February 15, 2012.

The reports documented the additional steps the District has taken to address the remaining two of the original eight actions to improve the school district: establish a clear role and line of authority for its internal auditor and complete a strategic plan to guide the future direction of the school district.

AdvancED will assess those steps during an on-site review of the District’s five-year accreditation status, scheduled to take place in March, 2012.

institution-progress-report-for-advanced-required-actions-(2012)

RELATED DOCUMENTS

SPLOST.Letter.and.Audit

Rubino and McGeehin Splost 2 review

advanced-dekalb-report-(2011-10)

DeKalb School Watch ORR 2012.9.4 – Communications with SACS

Spec Review Report for DeKalb County Final Copy

DeKalb County School District_Report_12072012

OTHER RELEVANT DOCUMENTS:

SummaryPayments2012-DCSS-VENDORS

Summary of Orson_Drake CommunityNET

Admin_salary_increases_YOY

Analysis-5-yr-budget

master-plan-2020-MGT:Tyson

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