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School Improvement Plans

SIP, School Improvement Plan that outlines Breed Middle School's measurable goals and strategies in order to improve teaching and learning.

The goals of the plan are to ultimately make progress on the State's test, and to prepare all students for college and career readiness. Breed's PIM includes parent/community involvement, attendance and bullying policies, prior MCAS results and student growth reports.

Each strategy in the PIM document has a specific timeline, along with required resources and methods for collecting evidence. The PIM is a working document that changes periodically and evolves based on data collection, as well as teacher and parent input.

(From left to right) Principal Julie Louf, Lead Math Teacher Kathie White, Lead Science Teacher Cindy Quaratiello, Special Ed/Read 180 Teacher Cheryl Correnti, Academic Support Specialist Kim Skeadas.
Breed SIP Team | Julie Louf

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Julie Louf Principal    
At Breed Middle School we are dedicated to providing an environment that allows each child to develop to their optimum potential. It is my goal to increase student achievement and provide opportunities for student growth, through rigorous standards-based curriculum which encourages differentiation and data-driven instruction.

Middle School has many things to be proud of including the faculty and staff, our outstanding students, and the diverse quality programs that we offer.

ask you to become involved in our school and your student’s education at this critical time in their development. A school-to-home connection is critical.  I encourage communication with the teachers and administration. Your interest and support will assist your student and motivate them to do their best.

I look forward to working with you and your student during the school year to provide a productive and safe learning environment that supports student success.

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