McNab Elementary School Profile

School Improvement Plan (SIP)

  • A School Improvement Plan (SIP) containing specific objectives and action steps for achieving Florida's educational goals is required for all schools. The SAC has the primary responsibility for monitoring the implementation of the annual SIP. The SIP must be approved by the School Board.

    Components of the School Improvement Plan

    • Early Warning Indicators
    • School Report Card
    • K-12 Comprehensive Reading Plan
    • Professional Learning Communities (PLC)
    • Response to Intervention (MTSS/RtI) Plan
    • Social & Emotional Learning Plan (SEL)  
    • School-Wide Positive Behavior Plan (SPBP)  
    • Attendance Plan 
    • School Counseling Plan
    • Equity Plan 
    • Best Practices in Inclusive Education (BPIE)  
    • SAC Documentation - Bylaws, Membership, Meeting Dates, Minutes, Agenda, Sign-In Sheets
    • Cognia eProve Survey Results
    • Family and Community Engagement (FACE) Plan 
  •  History of McNab Elementary School

    McNab Elementary, Pompano Beach:  William McNab arrived in Pompano in 1899.  The family, including brothers, William "Harry" and Robert "Bob," were farmers with large land holdings in Pompano.  They were involved with civic and business dealings.  McNab School bears the family name.  It is located off McNab Road and was built close to Harry McNab Lake.  This was a man-made lake, created when the U.S. government used sand from the site to construct Federal Highway in 1917.  When the road was finished, he bought the lake at auction, and many years, stocked it with fish.  William's wife, Dora, was a teacher.
    William H. "Harry" McNab (1878-1956)

    Robert A. "Bob" McNab (1882-1958)