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Upcoming School Plan Pahvant Elementary

 

2023-2024 School LAND Trust Plan



Goal 

Students will achieve a minimum proficiency as follows: 55% ELA, 65% Mathematics, and 55% Science. Also, at least 80 % of students will achieve one year’s growth in ELA, Mathematics, and Science.  Anticipated to be completed by June 1, 2024.

 

Academic Areas:

  • Mathematics
  • English Language Arts
  • Science

Measurements.  

  • RISE Benchmarks will be used to measure progress towards achieving proficiency in each area as follows: 55% ELA, 65% Mathematics, and 55% Science. Also at least 80 % of students will achieve one year’s growth in ELA, Mathematics, and Science.
  • RISE End-of-Level Assessments will be used to measure success towards our proficiency goals as follows: 55% ELA, 65% Mathematics, and 55% Science. Also at least 80 % of students will achieve one year’s growth in ELA, Mathematics, and Science
  • The latest data we have from RISE is from spring 2022. At that time we had 51% (+2%) of students proficient in ELA, 59% proficient in Mathematics (+0%), and 48% (+7%) proficient in Science. 

 

Add Action Steps and Expenditures:

1.    Hire 7 IAs to work with students as well as a portion of our mental health coordinators 

 

2.   We will  support our Arts Programs as it supports our math and science curriculum: 

  • We will use funds to hire a part-time music specialist and to pay a portion of our visual arts instructor's salary, in coordination with the BTS Arts Grant. 

   

3.Refocus Coordinator(s)

  • Hire part-time support staff to improve the social,  emotional, and academic well-being of our students.
  • Related training expenses



4. We will provide opportunities for teachers and administrators to participate in professional development and to work in collaborative teams to plan for and improve student learning. 

  • Funds will be utilized to hire substitutes to allow teachers to plan collaboratively during the regular school day as well as to cover classes during  PD opportunities.  
  • Professional development seminars including travel expenses will be covered
    • RTI and PLC Training
    • Researched-based reading, math, and science training opportunities will be provided
    • Opportunities for training as it relates to social and emotional support and PBIS
  • Teachers will be paid at the training rate for additional training, planning, and collaboration time above contractual obligations to meet students’ needs as related to the stated goals in this plan.

 

           

   5.    We will purchase Software programs and Materials to support instruction

  • Illuminate Ed. Will be purchased to support our RTI process 
  • Incentives will be purchased to support reading, math, and social-emotional programs (no more than $2.00 per awarded student).
  • iReady will be purchased in partnership with Sevier School District paying for a matching portion of the total costs. 
  • Materials will be purchased to support reading, math, and science as needed



Planned Expenditures 

 

2023-2024 School Allotment Estimate 

$86,433+ Carry over estimate$5,000                            

Budget

$91,433



Expenditures



Salaries and Benefits (action steps 1, 2, 3,4)

$84,000

 
  • Support staff for the Literacy Intervention Program. Staff members will provide services for students who are not meeting grade-level proficiency and growth goals and to support our Refocus program.
  • Compensation for substitute teachers and or IAs to allow teachers collaborative team planning, observation time, and PD opportunities. We will also staff our robotics club after school hours.
  • Teachers will be paid at the training rate for additional training, planning, and collaboration time above contractual obligations to meet students’ needs as related to the stated goals in this plan.
   

Professional Development (action step 4)

$1,500

 

General Supplies & Software    (action step 5)    

Academic supplies as needed to reach the stated goals.

Science Materials as needed  ($500 ELA, $500 Math, $500 Science)

Incentives in relation to PBIS ($1,000)

$4,500

$2,500 Expendable Supplies & $2,000 Technology and Sofware

Total Planned Expenses

$90,000

 

Carry Over Estimate 

$1,433

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 Digital Citizenship Component

At Pahvant Elementary we cover digital citizenship and safety in NOVA, Second Step, and have an assembly for our student body to discuss current issues and to help them better understand appropriate internet use and the dangers that can and do exist. (estimated $600)

 

  Estimated Carryover (as needed if the carry-over is >10%) 

  Funding Changes

  Plans for Expenditures of Increased Distribution

Any additional funds will be used to improve or enhance the following key components of our school plan: Instructional Supplies/Professional Development/Software/Technology Related Hardware/Equipment and/or salaries and benefits.

How does this relate to the school improvement/strategic plan?

Key academic goals outlined in the Pahvant Elementary School Improvement Plan are to ensure that all students read proficiently at grade level, possess grade-level mathematics skills, and acquire effective writing competencies. Trust Lands' funding will be utilized to support reading, math, and writing instruction at all levels throughout the school.