Map Name: 2022-2023 Enderlin High School Continuous Improvement Plan
Time Period: 5/1/2022 - 6/30/2023

All learners believe in the power of education to help them learn, excel, influence their world, and direct their future


EAPS is committed to providing each student with optimal learning opportunities.


We are want students to: 1) put ideas into action by thinking critically and creatively to identify and solve authentic, complex problems, 2) communicate and collaborate purposefully and effectively using a variety of media, and 3)  make informed, ethical, and responsible decisions

Creating more outlets for effective stakeholder communication
Dare to Soar
Increase career and college readiness with a more effective use of student time and more challenging curriculum
Increase student engagement and achievement with differentiated instruction
  • EAPS will increase stakeholder engagement through multiple communications platforms
  • EAPS will implement a more rigorous expectation for graduation.
  • Differentiated instruction will be implemented in all core subjects.
Critical Initiative
  • Create a consistent, school-wide planning calendar
  • "Implement ""Dare to Soar"" campaign initiative to school and community"
  • Invest in an app-based program that allows for easier communication between stakeholders and staff.
Critical Initiative
  • 7-12 student study halls will be limited and directed.
  • EAPS will require additional credits for graduation.
  • K-6 classes will be grouped to address needs of all students and create more rigor.
  • Students will be required to take an on-line, dual-credit, or A/P class to graduate.
Critical Initiative
  • All staff will receive multiple training on differentiated instruction
  • Develop a system-wide tier system of behavioral and academic support.
  • Regular data analysis will be used to generate and evaluate goals and initiatives
  • Scaffold technology instruction within all curriculum.
  • Staff will support one another to differentiate through direct observation and shared planning materials.
Key Measures
  • Completed Calendar
  • Measurable increase in parent and student access
  • Parent Survey
Key Measures
  • NWEA Scores
  • Parent Survey
  • Student Engagement Survey
  • Student Survey
Key Measures
  • Completed Maps
  • NWEA Scores
  • NWEA Testing
  • Parent Survey
  • Staff observations
  • Student Engagement Survey
  • Teacher Lesson Plans that include differentiation
The Strategy Map has been created in collaboration with The North Dakota Department of Public Instruction and Cognia™.

All schools in North Dakota participate in a Continuous Improvement process. Continuous Improvement means examining a school’s current reality including demographics, culture, technology, finances, and academic progress, among many other factors. In addition, Continuous Improvement means looking into the future and predicting what may change – what will be different a year from now, or 10 years from now.


During the 2018-2019 school year, all schools in North Dakota participated in this Continuous Improvement journey. School personnel participated in training and collaborated with diverse stakeholders such as community members, teachers, parents and students to map out what the school’s priorities are, what the school’s objectives are and what critical initiatives needed to be implemented to achieve those objectives. This planning process resulted in a Strategy Map – a 3 to 5-year plan for the school.


It is important to note that the Strategy Map is a snapshot in time. It is documentation of what the school’s priorities were the past school year. In this case the Strategy Map below was captured and submitted on May 1, 2019. It is equally important to note that the Strategy Map below may have changed since its submittal. This is because priorities may have changed quickly depending on numerous factors. Factors can include, but are not limited to, a natural disaster, a high staff turn-over rate, or an influx or decrease of students. To obtain a copy of this schools current and update Strategy Map, please contact the local school administrator.

Please contact North Dakota's Department of Public Instruction with any questions and feedback via email to the following address: