Contract for Excellence

The Contracts for Excellence (C4E) Program was established in 2007 to provide additional accountability for increased State Aid for low performing school districts. C4E is a comprehensive approach to targeting fiscal resources to specific allowable programs proven to raise the achievement of the students with the greatest educational need. Districts required to enter a contract must document the schools, programs, and student subgroups to be targeted for funding, along with specific, achievable performance improvements that will result. 

  • Class size reductions
  • Intermediate level school counselors
  • Behavior specialist at EHS
  • Teaching aides at the Intermediate buildings
  • Professional Development for Administrators