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Accountability and flexibility are hallmarks of Gwinnett County Public Schools' success. Key to that success is ensuring that each school community understands the progress being made by its schools, as well as what plans will drive improvement. Each school creates a collaborative Local School Plan for Improvement (LSPI) to increase student achievement results, with targeted goals based on the four strategic priorities within the district’s Blueprint for the Future: Empathy, Equity, Effectiveness, and Excellence. All schools across the district will focus on goals 2A- Multi-tiered Systems of Support and 2B- Opportunity and Access. Additionally, schools are required to select one goal from each of the other strategic priorities. LSPI goals are dynamic, like our schools, and are updated to reflect changes that occur in schools. Multiple data points are used to determine areas needing improvement and to identify specific, measurable, annual objectives. Schools then determine how to use research-based strategies to achieve these goals, using flexibility as needed. The LSPI development process involves teachers, parents, students, and community members, so the entire school community has the opportunity to be involved in conversations about school improvement.


2023 - 2024 Local School Plan for Improvement (LSPI)

School: CAMP CREEK ELEMENTARY           Principal: Valerie Robinett

District Strategic Priorities/Goals Rationale Action Steps
(Implementation Design)
How will you measure growth?
Growth Factors (Baseline & Targets)
Empathy 1.A - Cultural Competence

Camp Creek ES strives to increase the cultural competence and proficiency of staff members to improve service delivery, strengthen programs, and enhance engagement across the full spectrum of our diverse community. 

  1. Create a Cultural Competence Committee.
  2. Cultural Competence Committee will work to facilitate events and activities that highlight various cultures represented within our school.
  3. Re-establish Student Council with students from Grades 3-5.
  4. Student Council will work to facilitate events and activites designed to increase student sense of belonging.
  5. PBIS will work to facilitate lessons, events, and activites desgined to increase student sense of belonging.
  6. Refine SEL lessons to be delivered through classroom teachers and Student Engagement and Support (SES) Special.

Cultural Proficiency – Staff Survey

Baseline Spring 2023 = 79.0%

Target Spring 2024 = 80.0%

Cultural Proficiency – Student Survey

Baseline Spring 2023 = 64.0%

Target Spring 2024 = 74.0%

Cultural Proficiency – Family Survey

Baseline Spring 2023 = 87.0%

Target Spring 2024 = 88.0%

Sense of Belonging – Student Survey

Baseline Spring 2023 = 69.0%

Target Spring 2024 = 76.0%

Sense of Belonging – Family Survey

Baseline Spring 2023 = 90.4%


Target Spring 2024 = 92.0%

Equity 2.A - Multi-tiered System of Supports

Camp Creek ES aims to implement a comprehensive framework to fully operationalize a multi-tiered system of supports to address academic and non-academic student needs and remove barriers to success. 

  1. Utilize iReady Universal Screener to identify students with academic concern.
  2. Continue Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) Team to support the academic needs of students and plan for interventions in Tier 1, 1+, 2, & 3.
  3. Continue Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) Team to support the non-academic needs of students and plan for interventions in Tier 1, 1+, 2, & 3.
  4. Implement PBIS with fidelity to move from Operational to Distinguished.
  5. PBIS Team will participate in Universal Classroom Systems training to be eligible for the Distinguished designation.

MTSS Screening – Academic

Baseline Spring 2023 = 98.5%

Target Spring 2024 = 95.0%

MTSS Screening – Wellbeing

Baseline Spring 2023 = 98.0%

Target Spring 2024 = 95.0%

% Reading Below Grade Level on Milestones – 3rd Grade, historically underserved groups 

Baseline Spring 2023 = 20.6%.

Target Spring 2024 = 18.0%

Student Improvement – % Beginning on Milestones 

Baseline Spring 2023 = 9.7%.

Target Spring 2024 = 9.0%

PBIS Implementation/Distinguished Status

Baseline Spring 2023 = Operational

Target Spring 2024 = Distinguished

Equity 2.B - Opportunity and Access

Camp Creek ES seeks to expand student opportunities to engage in and access high-quality, rigorous, and culturally relevant curriculum and enrichment activities.  

  1. Increase opportunities to learn through consistently implementing a high-quality curriculum that reflects grade level expectations by implementing EL Education K-2, 3, and 5 Language Arts Curriculum Modules.
  2. Ensure that all teachers have completed Introduction to Multisensory Instruction Using the Orton-Gillingham Approach course.
  3. Develop and deliver professional learning that focuses on providing quality Tier 1 instruction.
  4. Identify staff members that need additional training in the areas of Tier 2 and Tier 3 instruction.
  5. Provide identified staff members with targeted professional learning in the areas of Tier 2 and Tier 3 instruction.
  6. Continue utilizing Universal Screener to identify gifted students in underserved populations.

Kindergarten Readiness, Historically Underserved Groups

Baseline Spring 2023 = 46.7%

Target Spring 2024 = 50.0%

K-2, 3 and 5 Teachers Implementing EL Education

Baseline Spring 2023:  0%

Target Spring 2024:  100%

Gifted & Talented Representation – Number of Student Racial / Ethnic Groups Underrepresented in Gifted & Talented Programs

Baseline Spring 2023 = 5

Target Spring 2024 = 3

Effectiveness 3.B - Talent Management

Camp Creek ES plans to support the district in sustaining a legacy of excellent performance while responding to the diverse needs of a growing community through best practices in teacher hiring, development, and retention. 

  1. Implement comprehensive professional learning that provides coaching cycles, mentorship, and opportunities for improved teacher practices.
  2. Engage new teachers in coaching cycles with instructional coaches.
  3. New teachers will meet regularly with their assigned mentors.
  4. Continue to provide opportunities for teachers to participate in professional learning locally and at the district level.  

New Teachers Participating in Coaching Cycle

Baseline Fall 2023:  0%

Target Spring 2024:  100%

Teacher Transfer / Resignation Rate

Baseline Spring 2022:  7.7%

Target Spring 2024:  7.0%


Excellence 4.B - Postsecondary and Workforce Readiness

Camp Creek ES works daily to establish a strong K-5 foundation so that each and every student has the opportunity to experience postsecondary and workforce readiness.


  1. Continue daily 45-minute block for implementation of Multi-Tiered System of Supports (MTSS) Tier 1, 1+, 2, & 3 interventions to support the academic needs of students.
  2. Provide students with Computer Science, Math, and Science Specials courses.

Reading On or Above Grade Level GMAS – 5th Grade

Baseline Spring 2023 = 90%

Target Spring 2024 = 91%


Family Engagement/Building Parent Capacity -

We will build our parents' capacity to support their children's academic achievement by implementing the activities identified in The Plan/The Promise.

  1. Build staff and parent capacity to support learning at home.
  2. Foster two-way communication between the school and family using ParentSquare.
  3. Empower family voice via quarterly Visit with Valerie sessions.

Sense of Belonging – Family Survey

Baseline Spring 2023 = 90.4%

Target Spring 2024 = 92.0%