Single Plan for Student Achievement
Each public school in California is required (California Education Code Section 64001) to select a representative school site council composed of parents, teachers, administration and students in secondary schools. The site council is charged with developing a single plan for student achievement (SPSA). The single plan for student achievement identifies goals and establishes a school budget based on those goals.
The site council recommends the plan for adoption by the district board of education, monitors its implementation and evaluates the effectiveness of planned activities at least annually.
The single plan for student achievement’s goals can include increased student physical activity and school safety. Either of these goals can address barriers to active transportation.