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Office Hours 10am-2pm

August 1st- the office will be open daily.

August 22nd

The first day of school for 1st-6th grade is August 22nd.

Open House: August 17th @ 4:30pm

EVES Carnival Sept. 15th 5-8pm

Trust Lands Report

Truslands EVE Final Report 2015-2016

Eagle Valley Stakeholders Report 2015-2016 final 2

Trustlands report 2014-2015 pdf

 

Eagle Valley Final Report 2013-2014

Financial Proposal and Report – This report is automatically generated from the School Plan entered in the spring of 2013 and from the District Business Administrator’s data entry of the School LAND Trust expenditures in 2013-2014.

Available Funds Planned Expenditures

Carry-Over from 2012 – 2013 $38,287 $877

Distribution for 2013 – 2014 $34,726 $44,863

Total Available for Expenditure in 2013 – 2014 $73,013 $45,740

Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200) $15,743 $14,992

Professional and Technical Services (300) $568 $2,322

Repairs and Maintenance (400) $0 $0

Other Purchased Services (Admission and Printing) (500) $0 $0

Travel (580) $0 $0

General Supplies (610) $500 $437

Textbooks (641) $300 $0

Library Books (644) $0 $0

Periodicals, AV Materials (650-660) $0 $0

Software (670) $1,375 $0

Equipment (Computer Hardware, Instruments, Furniture) (730) $14,314 $21,304

Total Expenditures $32,800 $39,055

Remaining Funds (Carry-Over to 2014 – 2015) $40,213 $6,685

ITEM A – Report on Goals

Goal #1

We will increase student learning as measured by data in two academic areas.

1) Increase school-wide language arts CRT scores from 78% to 81% and reach 85% on school-wide DRA reading scores.

2) Increase school-wide math CRT scores from 67% to 70%.

Identified academic area(s).

Mathematics

Reading

This was the action plan.

1) We will review CRT scores in the Fall and DRA scores throughout the school year as collaborative teams, set

SMART Goals and provide interventions for each targeted student.

2) We will continue to double-dose students, or provide them with additional instruction and remediation.

3) We will utilize reading recovery and extended day kindergarten-as funding permits, along with “My Access” writing.

4) We will implement the new math core and supplement it with programs like IXL Math and “Big Brainz” math facts.

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

Teachers administered the DRA and used scores to modify instruction based on student need. Double Dose aides, Reading Recovery, and all day kindergarten provided additional instruction time and support. Math instruction was supplemented with on-line program subscriptions to support all students in refining and deepening mathematical knowledge. On-line writing provided students with feedback to improve writing skills.

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

We will use CRT and DRA data to monitor progress throughout the school year.

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

Math: CRT 2013-81% proficient, SAGE 2014-44% proficient (not comparable testing formats)

Eagle Valley DRA 2013-2014

*Grade 4-6 administered only SAGE in the Spring.

DRA Fall Winter Spring

Kindergarten 82% 73%

First 58% 64% 75%

Second 71% 85% 86%

Third 47% 72% 86%

Fourth 55% 74% NA

Fifth 31% 57% NA

Sixth 39% 67% Na

The amounts, categories and descriptions of expenditures planned to implement this goal are listed here:

Amount Category Description

15743 Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200) We will use $15,743.00 to fund

568 Professional and Technical Services (300) We will set aside $568.00 for the

500 General Supplies (610) We will use $500.00 to purchase other

300 Textbooks (641) We will use $300.00 to purchase

1375 Software (670) We will use $1375.00 to fund our IXL

14314 Equipment (Computer Hardware, Instruments, Furniture) (730) We will continue to purchase and Please describe the expenditures made to implement this goal as identified in the Financial Proposal and Report displayed above.

2013-2014 Trust Lands Report

Salaries and Employee Benefits (100, 200)

$15, 073 Funded tutors/double dose aides, teacher collaboration grants, and aides to support home reading distribution

Professional and Technical Services (300)

$2322 Literacy Conference and Professional Development Supplies (610)

$437 Supplies to support reading, writing, math and integrated academic instruction Textbooks (640)

$300 Books and reading materials Software (670)

$1375 On-line support programs for student use to support literacy and math Equipment (730)

$21,304 Technology to improve access to knowledge, student learning and support instruction

ITEM B – In the Financial Proposal and Report, there is a carry-over of $6685 to the 2014-2015 school year. Thisis 15% of the distribution received in 2013-2014. Please describe the reason for a carry-over of more than 10%of the distribution.

The carry over will be used to purchase additional technology to provide access to students and improved instruction in literacy to meet the 2014-2015 goals.

ITEM C – The school plan describes how additional funds exceeding the estimated distribution would be spent.

This is the description.

There is at least $1926.00 left from 2013-2014. More may be added in July and/or October. Our School CommunityCouncil will designate these funds in areas that will support our goals. This is to be determined once we are sure thatwe will have these dollars, based on our student count.

We also project between $600 and $850 carryover from the 2012-2013 school year.

The distribution was about 14% more that the estimate in the school plan. Please explain how the additionalmoney was spent, if it was spent for items other than expenditures described in the approved goals above. I fall expenditures were spent for items in the goals, please enter “Not applicable.”

The additional funds were used to purchase document cameras, projectors, and on-line academic subscriptions. Thedocument cameras and projectors were helpful in improving literacy instruction allowing access to text and teacher modeling. The on-line subscriptions were supporting literacy and math instruction.

ITEM D – The school plan was advertised to the community in the following way(s):

• Letters to policy makers and/or administrators of trust lands and trust funds

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

• School website

ITEM E – Please select from the pull down menus the names of policymakers the council has communicated with about the School LAND Trust Program. To choose more than one name on a list, use CTRL while selecting. To unhighlight a selected name, choose another name or use CTRL and select it.

State Leaders

State Senators

State Representatives

State School Board

ITEM G – A summary of this Final Report must be provided to parents and posted on the school website by October 20th of the 2014. When was this task completed? October 16th, 2014.

Not required for Charter Schools.

10/19/2014

Ensure student learning and success.