School Site Visits: Visit Process

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Prior to the first day of school:

Districts and schools are to provide documents needed for the visit.
Schools are prioritized for scheduled visits based on data from previous visits.
   

During the first four weeks following the student start date:

High priority and selected schools will receive a visit.
Selected chools with no prior insufficiencies in selected districts will receive a Teacher Questionnaire (TQ).
   

For a school that is visited within the first four weeks of school:

If the school is sufficient, the school and district will receive a letter of sufficiency.
If the school has insufficiencies, the school and district will receive a five-day letter of insufficiency and the school will have until the end of the eighth week of school to remediate insufficiencies.
   

For a school that receives a Teacher Questionnaire (TQ):

If the TQ indicates the school is sufficient, the school will be scheduled for a visit later in the academic year.
If the TQ indicates the school is insufficient (or an inadequate number of TQs are returned by the end of the fourth week of school), the school and district will receive a TQ letter of insufficiency and the school will be scheduled for a visit as soon as possible.
   

For a school that is visited with the second month of school and found insufficient:

If the school remediates within the first two months of school, the school and district will receive a letter of sufficiency.
If the school does not remediate within the first two months of school, the school and district will receive a letter of insufficiency, with a copy sent to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction (SPI).
   

For a school with a TQ that indicates sufficiency and is visited later than the first two months of school:

If the school visit indicates the school is sufficient, the school and district will receive a letter of sufficiency.
If the school visit indicates the school is insufficient, the school and district will receive a letter of insufficiency, with a copy sent to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction (SPI).