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Teacher and Student Success Plan 2021-2022

School Plan Approval Details

 Submitted By  Justin Skeen
 Submit Date  2021-04-27
 Admin Reviewer  Paula Plant
 Admin Review Date  2021-05-06
 LEA Reviewer  David Hales
 LEA Approval Date  2021-05-06
 Board Approval Date  

 

Goal #1

Due to last year's soft closure our council has decided to continue the same yearly language arts goal for this year. It is that 70% of students will achieve typical or above typical growth from beginning of year (BOY) to the end of year (EOY) as measured by the Acadience assessment.

Academic Area

English Language Arts

Measurements

Our council understands the importance of having all students learn to read and continue to grow in their reading ability. Our reading paraprofessionals hired with TrustLand funds work regularly with students in small groups. We are using this indicator because it is a way to gauge the growth and progress students are making in their reading. The Acadience assessment is given three times per year.

 Action Steps

1. Students who are not on benchmark in reading will work in small groups with reading Paraprofessionals. ($13,000)

2. Pay for our student chromebook lease so each student continues to have their own device as a tool for learning. ($7,500)

3. Aides will be hired to teach so teachers can meet weekly in collaborative PLC team meetings.  ($2,000)

4. Aging Smartboards will be replaced with Smart touch panels that will assist in providing instruction and engaging students in the learning process.  ($4,000)

Planned Expenditures

 Category Description Estimated Cost
 Salaries and Benefits (teachers, aides, specialists, productivity, substitutes)  -Hire reading aides to work with students in small groups ($13,000) -PLC Aides ($2,000) $15,000 
 Hardware > $5,000 and furniture to house trust purchases; book cases, carts for devices  -Yearly student chromebook lease ($7,500)  $7,500
 Technology related supplies < $5,000 each - devices, computers, E-readers, flash drives, cables, monitor stands  -Purchase Interactive touch screen panel for classroom instruction  $4,000
   Total $26,500

Digital Citizenship/Safety Principles Component

No

 

Goal #2

Due to last year's soft closure our council has decided to continue the same yearly math goal for this year. Our math goal is a 40% increase from the beginning of the year to the end of the year on math Student Growth Assessments (SGA).

Academic Area

Mathematics

Measurements

The council looked at how critical it is that students learn their grade level essential math standards. It was decided to use grade level SGA's for math as our measurement. The assessment is given beginning of the year (BOY), middle of year (MOY), and end of year (EOY) and measures grade level essential learning in grades 1st-6th.

Action Steps

1. Hire a math aide to provide targeted math intervention for students ($7,000).

2. Pay for our student chromebook lease so each student continues to have their own device ($7,500).

3. Aides will be hired to teach so teachers can meet weekly in collaborative PLC team meetings ($3,000).

4. Purchase IXL math software for students to use ($4,800)

5. Purchase a Smart interactive panel for classroom instruction. ($4,000)

Planned Expenditures

 Category Descriptions Estimated Cost
 Salaries and Benefits (teachers, aides, specialists, productivity, substitutes)  -Hire a trained math aide ($7,000) -PLC aides ($3,000)  $10,000
 Hardware > $5,000 and furniture to house trust purchases; book cases, carts for devices  -Chromebook lease ($7,500)  $7,500
 Technology related supplies < $5,000 each - devices, computers, E-readers, flash drives, cables, monitor stands  -Purchase an interactive touch screen panel for classroom instruction. ($4,000)  $4,000
 Software < $5,000  -Purchase IXL software ($4,800)  $4,800
   Total $26,300

Digital Citizenship/Safety Principles Component

No

 

Goal #3

Due to last year's soft closure our council has decided to continue the same yearly technology goal for this year. Our technology goal is a 25% increase in their typing ability from the beginning of year to the end of year. This will be measured using a Typing Club assessment given beginning of year (BOY), middle of year (MOY) and end of year (EOY).

Academic Area

Educational Technology/Library/Media

Measurements

With no formal instruction in keyboarding in junior high and the frequency students use computers our council has identified it as critical that students learn how to efficiently and correctly type on a chromebook keyboard. As a result it was discussed and decided to keep this as one of our TrustLand goals.

Action Steps 

1. A computer specialist will be hired to instruct students during weekly collaborative meetings on keyboarding and important digital citizenship instruction.  ($7,000)

2. A stipend will be provided for our school Educational Technology Coach who will provide training and support for technology implementation in the classroom. ($500)

3. A typing software program for student to use will be purchased. ($1,200)

Planned Expenditures

 Category Description Estimated Cost
 Salaries and Benefits (teachers, aides, specialists, productivity, substitutes)  -Hire computer specialist ($7,000) -Stipend for Ed. Tech. Coach ($500)  $7,500
 Software < $5,000  -Purchase typing software ($1,200)  $1,200
   Total  $8,700

Digital Citizenship/Safety Principles Component

No

 

Summary of Estimated Expenditures

 Category  Estimated Cost
(entered by the school)
 Hardware > $5,000 and furniture to house trust purchases; book cases, carts for devices  $15,000
 Software < $5,000  $6,000
 Technology related supplies < $5,000 each - devices, computers, E-readers, flash drives, cables, monitor stands  $8,000
 Salaries and Benefits (teachers, aides, specialists, productivity, substitutes)  $32,500
 Total  $61,500

 

Funding Estimates

 Estimates  Totals
 Carry-over from 2020-2021  $59,419
 Distribution for 2021-2022  $60,352
 Total Available Funds for 2021-2022  $119,771
 Estimated Funds to be Spent in 2021-2022  $0
 Estimated Carry-over from 2021-2022  $119,771
 Estimated Distribution for 2022-2023  $0
 Total Available Funds for 2022-2023  $119,771
Summary of Estimated Expenditures for 2022-2023  $61,500
Estimated Carry-over to 2023-2024  $58,271

The Estimated Distribution is subject to change if student enrollment counts change. 

 

Funding Changes

There are times when the planned expenditures in the goals of a plan are provided by the LEA, a grant, or another unanticipated funding source leaving additional funds to implement the goals. If additional funds are available, how will the council spend the funds to implement the goals in this plan?

-Replace additional Smartboards with Interactive Newline Panels (Goals #1 and #2) -Additional aide time for reading and math (Goals #1 and #2) -Purchase math materials/manipulatives (Goal #2) -Purchase additional software to assist students in meeting our math and/or reading goal (Goals #1 and #2)

 

Publicity

  • School newsletter
  • School website

 

Council Plan Approvals

Number Approved  Number Not Approved Number Absent Vote Date
 9 0 0  2021-03-18

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