Barry K. Weinhold. (2006). $350. The evaluation process for KASSI consists of the following parts: A school will adopt an Evaluation Plan with specific measurable objectives. Volume I contains instructions on how to prepare an Evaluation Plan and all the evaluation instruments needed to carry it out. The school will conduct a pre-post administration of the evaluation instruments and score these instruments following the instructions in Volume I of the Program Guide. Collect the other pre and post school data from school records in order to measure the effectiveness of specific objectives. (For example, number of discipline referrals to the office before the program began and then after it is established.) After the post-testing has been completed, school will send the data they have collected and scored to the KASSI office at 117 Lady Slipper Trail, Swannanoa, NC 28778. The KASSI staff will analyze the data and write a detailed Evaluation Report showing the effectiveness of each of the objectives in the Evaluation Plan created by the school. This report will also list recommendations based on the results on how the school can improve the program for next year.