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Final Report 2018-2019 - Lakeview EL

Financial Proposal and Report

This report is automatically generated from the School Plan entered in the spring of 2018 and from the District Business Administrator's data entry of the School LAND Trust expenditures in 2018-2019.

Description

Planned Expenditures

(entered by the school)

Actual Expenditures

(entered by the school)

Actual Expenditures

(entered by the District

Business Administrator)

Remaining Funds (Carry-Over to 2019-2020)

$544

N/A

$9

Carry-Over from 2017-2018

$0

N/A

$10

Distribution for 2018-2019

$46,589

N/A

$49,245

Total Available for Expenditure in 2018-2019

$46,589

N/A

$49,255

Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200)

$37,700

$39,357

$30,827

Employee Benefits (200)

$0

$0

$8,715

Professional and Technical Services (300)

$0

$0

$0

Repairs and Maintenance (400)

$0

$0

$0

RETIRED. DO NOT USE (500)

$0

$0

$0

Printing (550)

$0

$0

$0

Transportation/Admission/Per Diem/Site Licenses (510, 530 and 580)

$0

$0

$0

General Supplies (610)

$0

$0

$0

Textbooks (641)

$0

$0

$0

Textbooks (Online Curriculum or Subscriptions) (642)

$0

$0

$0

Library Books (644)

$0

$0

$0

Technology Related Hardware/Software (< $5,000 per item) (650)

$0

$0

$0

Software (670)

$3,345

$3,395

$3,395

Equipment (Computer Hardware, Instruments, Furniture) (730)

$5,000

$6,494

$0

Technology Equipment > $5,000 (734)

$0

$0

$6,309

Total Expenditures

$46,045

$49,246

$49,246

Goal #1

Goal

By the end of the 2018.2019 school year our Kindergarten through 6th grade students will achieve 60% or higher on the DIBELS benchmark assessment.

Academic Areas

  • Reading
  • Technology

Measurements

This is the measurement identified in the plan to determine if the goal was reached.

We will use DIBELS to measure our reading growth.

Please show the before and after measurements and how academic performance was improved.

In Grades K-6 Beginning of Year there were 60% of students on grade level and at the End of the Year there were 59% of students on grade level. 

 

From Beginning to End of the year we had 47% of students in grades K-6 make typical or above typical progress according to DIBELS.

Action Plan Steps

This is the Action Plan Steps identified in the plan to reach the goal.

The teachers will provide high quality uninterrupted Tier I instruction daily using Best Practices. The teachers will continue to teach using the SIOP model, rigorous questioning, and explicit and engaging instructional strategies with all students to improve academic growth. We will provide intervention groups for additional academic support such as: AmeriCorps, Star tutoring, differentiated reading groups, grade level intervention groups and Latinos in Action.

 

We will have students set individual reading goals and work to achieve those goals by charting their growth from the assessments during the year. We will continue to use the Imagine Learning program if it is available and provided for our school.

 

We will maintain a part time aide to help facilitate reading interventions  for individual or small groups of students ($10,500.)for the school year. We will maintain a computer aide (approximately $6500)to teach in the lab and help students improve skills through the use of online reading programs (software) ($3345.) and/or (devices) ($5000.) technology.

Please explain how the action plan was implemented to reach this goal.

The action steps that were implemented to improve reading were:

Good Tier I, II and III daily engaging instruction.

Imagine Learning.

Small group Reading Horizons phonics instruction in the primary grades.

Ameri-Corp tutors with individual students as needed.

Latino's in Action students from the Junior High to read with Kindergarten.

A computer aide in the lab to help children with online programs that support reading and other content areas.

Aides paid out of Trustland work with students individually and in small group settings on reading skills.

We purchased Raz Kids an online program that was available at school or at home and an online program called Brain Pop.

We are a 1:1 school and our Kindergarten and first grade children use Ipads with their students.    We purchased additional Ipads and headphones for the students.

The school entered the technology money in the budget line 730 while the district entered the money for technology under the budget code 734.  The money was used for devices to support learning using technology.

Expenditures

Category

Description

Estimated Cost

Actual Cost

Actual Use

 

Total:

$25,345

$33,638

 

Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200)

Reading Intervention aide 10500. Computer Lab Aide 6500.

$17,000

$23,749

Reading Intervention salary $16,570.03 Computer Aide salary $7,179 Total $23,749.03

Software (670)

Reading A-Z home-school online reading library $950. Brain Pop online language arts license $2395.

$3,345

$3,395

The actual cost of Raz Kids was $999.50 Brain pop cost was $2395.00 Total spent was $3394.50

Equipment (Computer Hardware, Instruments, Furniture) (730)

We will use the money to purchase some devices ie.. Ipads, Chromebooks or projectors.

$5,000

$6,494

We bought additional Ipads to support Kindergarten and First grade $2940. We bought headphones for the devices $3554. Total $6493.50

Goal #2

Goal

By the end of the 2018.2019 school year our K through sixth grade regular ed. students will achieve 75% proficient or higher on math SLO.

Academic Areas

  • Mathematics
  • Technology

Measurements

This is the measurement identified in the plan to determine if the goal was reached.

We will use SLO grade level assessments to measure and monitor student growth and proficiency during the year.

Please show the before and after measurements and how academic performance was improved.

Kindergarten Teachers Goal: SLO Math Goal- 100% of students showed growth in our math SLO. It is based on three categories: counting to 100, recognizing numbers, and writing numbers

Christensen-  Evidence of Attainment  EOY 74% 17 of 23 students Exceeded expectations.9 % 2 out of 23 is approaching expectations and 17 % 4 out of 23 are well below expectations.

Gibby- Evidence of Attainment EOY 86% of students who were in the class for the entire year showed growth in their average score according to the assessment scoring rubric.

Salas - Evidence of Attainment  EOY They all made growth. 78% exceeded, 9% met expectations and 13% was well below expectations.

First Grade Teachers Goal:  80% of our students will be able to pass the Math SLO with 80% or higher.

Brandon:  Evidence of Attainment  EOY SGA: 83% of the students in Brandons first grade class all year, passed the SGA with 89% or higher! I felt very confident that the students mastered learning multiple addition and subtraction strategies. 100% of the students showed growth. 

Hoskins:   Evidence of Attainment

Attempt #1: 0% of students got 80% Attempt #2: 35% of students passed with 80% or higher Attempt #3 : 94% passed with an 85 or higher

Higgs:  Evidence of Attainment   88% grew by 80% or higher according to given data. 1 with 78%, 1 with 70%.

Second grade 

Blume: Students will show growth on their SLO. All but one showed growth. 14 out of 22 were 80 % or higher.

Third grade

LaMar:  Evidence of Attainment 80% of the students were able to demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between multiplication and area while solving authentic problems using multiple strategies.

Nye:  Goal: 80 % of students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between multiplication and area while solving authentic problems using multiple strategies.

Evidence of Attainment  84% of the students were able to demonstrate an understanding of the relationship between multiplication and area while solving authentic problems using multiple strategies.

Fourth grade

Nakasone: Evidence of Attainment  Graded Student Learning Objective test will show that 65% of my 3rd and 4th graders show proficiency in multiplication. Also 60% of my third and fourth graders will show growth at the End of Year assessment in their Dibels score. EOY: Math evidence 3rd Grade 98%. 4th Grade 87%. Math class average: 92%. 

Mower:  Evidence of Attainment   90% of my students showed improvement in their SGA (SLO) and over all my class score went up from 27% to just over 42%.

Boyson: Evidence of Attainment  BOY - The average score for the pre-test was 71% and the average score for the post-test was 91%.

Fifth Grade 

Oliva:  Evidence of Attainment 92% increased at least one level of proficiency.   

LUND:  Evidence of Attainment    80% of all students in 5th grade will gain at least one level of proficiency or reach proficiency on the adding and subtracting fractions test. Not proficient: 0-3 correct, approaching proficient: 4-7, proficient 8-10.

Sixth Grade

Vigil:  Evidence of Attainment  The class growth was 97% of students showed growth. Nine students grew for 8 to 25 percent. Ten students grew from 33- 50 percent and four students grew form 66-93 percent. The goal was obtained.

Allen: Evidence of Attainment SGA data 96% of students have shown growth

Action Plan Steps

This is the Action Plan Steps identified in the plan to reach the goal.

The teachers will provide high quality uninterrupted Tier I instruction daily using Best Practices. They will continue to learn and use explicit and engaging instruction strategies with all students to improve their academic growth. Teachers will provide solid math activities to reinforce the needed skills. Teachers will provide independent practice. Teachers will differentiate math instruction as needed. Teachers will continue to improve their math instruction through professional development and collaborating with colleagues in professional learning communities (PLC meetings). We will maintain a computer aide ($6500.) to teach in the lab and help students improve math skills through the use of technology.   We will maintain a part time aide for math intervention groups ($14,200). We will have students set individual math goals and work to achieve those goals by charting their growth from the assessments during the year.

Please explain how the action plan was implemented to reach this goal.

Teachers provided Tier I, II and III instruction daily. 

Teachers used exit ticket in math weekly and met during PLC meetings to analyze the data collected and determine interventions, reteaching or extensions to meet the students needs.   The computer aide provided support when the students were in the lab with online programs that would provide learning and practice. We used Dreambox and Aleks for our online math practice.   The computer aides salary was $7,179. An aide to help with math interventions was paid $15,608.

Expenditures

Category

Description

Estimated Cost

Actual Cost

Actual Use

 

Total:

$20,700

$15,608

 

Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200)

We will use approximately $6500.00 to maintain an aide in the computer lab to support students learning using math programs. We will also maintain an aide to work with teachers/students with math interventions($14,200.)

$20,700

$15,608

The aide salaries combined was $15,608

Funding Changes (and Unplanned Expenditures)

The school plan describes how additional funds exceeding the estimated distribution would be spent. This is the description.

We would spend additional money on technology/devices, science materials, or fine arts.

Description of how any additional funds exceeding the estimated distribution were actually spent.

We spent additional money on Ipads and headphones for students.

Publicity

The following items are the proposed methods of how the Plan would be publicized to the community:

  • Sticker and stamps that identify purchases made with School LAND Trust funds.
  • School website

The school plan was actually publicized to the community in the following way(s):

  • School newsletter
  • School website

Policy Makers

The school community council has communicated with the following policy makers about the School LAND Trust Program. Communication with Policy makers is encouraged and recommended. It is not required.

State School Board Jennifer Graviet

Summary Posting Date

A summary of this Final Report was provided to parents and posted on the school website on 2019-10-16

Council Plan Approvals

Number Approved

Number Not Approved

Number Absent

Vote Date

6

0

0

2018-03-09

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