The Milan School Board recently approved the district’s C-SIP. The board re-evaluated the program during its February meeting, before approving it unanimously. Milan Superintendent Dr. Ben Yocom says the C-SIP has three specific goals.

There are up to 30 objectives under each of the goals. Those three goals drive the operation of the C-SIP for the Milan School District. Yocom explains how the C-SIP operates.

All buildings in the district create their own improvement plan which is linked to the district’s C-SIP. This can have an impact on programs in the district like dual-credit courses and the Leader In Me Program. The C-SIP is viewed as one of the most important programs for the Milan School District.