Initiatives and Projects

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    Building a Better Learning Experience

    Current construction and renovation projects. For more information, visit our Facilities Services Department page.

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    1:1 Technology

    The Christina School District (CSD) has invested in a 1:1 technology initiative for students to increase student access to technology and instruction in all learning environments, improve core skills, boost motivation and engagement, and foster the development of 21st-century skills through project development, research and communication. Learn more about the 1:1 Technology Initiative.

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    Bully-Free Schools

    The purpose of the Christina School District (CSD) Bully-Free Schools Initiative is to heighten awareness around the issue of bullying and to promote a safe learning environment for all students. The initiative includes professional development, sharing of research-based information, recommendations and interventions, and activities for administrators, staff, students, and parents. Learn more about th CSD Bully-Free Schools Initiative.

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    Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA)

    The federal Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), which was signed into law December 10, 2015, is the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) of 1965. Delaware's ESSA plan was approved by the U.S. Department of Education in August 2017. This plan outlines the state’s strategies for implementing ESSArequired assessments; accountability; and school, educator, and student supports. Learn more about ESSA.

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    Wilmington Schools Partnership

    On February 13, 2018, the Christina Board of Education approved an agreement with the Governor’s Office and the Department of Education that includes proposed changes to Bancroft, Elbert-Palmer, Pulaski, Stubbs, and Bayard schools. The agreement, called a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), includes new ideas for Wilmington schools to improve student achievement. Read more about the Wilmington Schools Partnership.

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    Wilmington Education Improvement Commission

    In July 2019, Senate Bill 148 was signed into law, which established the Redding Consortium for Educational Equity and replaces the Wilmington Education Improvement Commission. For more information, visit solutionsfordelawareschools.com.