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Thompkins Middle School (8323)

Grades Served:
Grade 6 - Grade 8

Plans

Data source: 2019-2020 school year

Federal and State required plans submitted by this organization are available for review below. These plans provide insight into specific operations of the organization as defined by the relevant statutes.

School Improvement Plan

In order to be accorded full accreditation status, public schools, including charter schools, and state-accredited non-public schools must have a strategic and continuous school improvement planView plan