St. Helen Elementary School will evaluate the implementation of the school wide plan and programs throughout the school improvement process, by utilizing on-going progress monitoring instruments, as well as through a battery of assessment (NWEA, My-Access, Everyday Math) at the end of each trimester. St. Helen staff will continue to identify students with the greatest need and use data to determine whether or not those students are achieving the standards. In addition, the staff will continue monitoring all students to ensure that the entire student body’s needs are being met. Title I services will be fluid and will change on a monthly, weekly and even daily basis in response to the results of the on-going data collected and the student need it reflects. For a school wide plan to be effective it must be evaluated annually. The Title I Building Leadership Team and the Parent Advisory Committee at St. Helen Elementary School meet annually in June to analyze state assessment data, MEAP, and other indicators of academic achievement to evaluate the school wide plan. During this process, in depth analysis of students not performing at grade level informs the team what areas of the plan are in need of revision. The school wide plan is then updated and in place by the beginning of the following school year.