Hagerman Joint School District
324 North 2nd Avenue, Hagerman, ID 83332   |   Phone: 208-837-6344   |   Fax: 208-837-6380
Positive Behavioral Intervention & Support
Hagerman Joint School District is a School-Wide Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support district with schools adopting methods for implementing a multitiered approach to social, emotional, and behavior support to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and equity of our schools.
Continuous Improvement Plan
Idaho State Department of Education’s State Code 33-320 requires each school district in Idaho to develop an annual plan that is part of a continuous focus on improving student performance.
Hagerman Joint School District’s Continuous Improvement Plan (CIP) Committee was assembled to develop and maintain a 5-year plan that focuses on improving the overall student performance of the district. Improvement areas include academic, physical, mental and social aspects. Focus areas include clearly articulated goals, action plans for achieving each goal, and key indicators for monitoring their success.
The CIP Plan is being updated in 2021 by an involved committee with representatives from the community, school board, and HJSD staff. Committee members includes: Brian Moore, Bryan Whitmarsh, Cassie Mavencamp, Charles Rice, Chelsea Johnson, Ellen Jadwin, Haly HEnslee, Jaren Wadsworth, Jim Brown, Jolinda Solosabal, Matt Cottam, Ray Hoffman, Sheena Hoskovec, Sherma Daarud, Tess Jones and Troy Easterday.
MISSION To provide a safe, secure environment and quality educational opportunities, which prepare our students for a life of learning and achievement.
VISION Hagerman School District will be a vibrant, nurturing community where all students have pride in their scholastic achievement and are productive, involved citizens of society, with the tools to reach their dreams.
Parent and Family Engagement Policy
In support of strengthening student academic achievement, Hagerman School District receives Title I, Part A funds and makes available to parents and family members a written parent and family engagement policy that contains information required by section 1116(b) and (c) of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). The policy establishes the school’s expectations for parent and family engagement and describes how the district will implement a number of specific parent and family engagement activities incorporated in the district’s plan.