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801-452-4700 | 370 West 2000 North, Harrisville, UT 84414

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Teacher and Student Success Plan

 

School Information

Name of Administrator: Matt Patterson

Name of School: Orion Junior High School

 

Goal # 1

Each goal must promote improved student performance and student academic achievement

 

Goal #1 

Implement a Multiple Tiers of Student Support (MTSS) framework into our school to enhance school climate and support students as measured by these indicators:

 

Reduce the number of school-wide incidents related to student inappropriate behavior by 10% over the next 2 years. 

Increase the number of students participating in after-school enhancement programs by 10% over the next 2 years.

Increase the number of students who respond positively to interventions by 3% each year over the next 5 years.

 

Goal #1 Action Steps

1 - Right now, we have two student advocates (funded through Trust Lands). We will add 2 additional advocates. Three of these advocates will collaborate directly with each of our three counselors, tracking students and providing support for tracking PBIS intervention data. The fourth advocate will support our English Language Learners class, run our Student Enhancement Activities before school/lunch, assist with testing support, and run our token economy incentive intervention. $37,000

 

2 - Currently, our options teacher teaches 5 periods. We will expand that to a full time position, offering 2 additional sections of Options in order to reduce class size and provide additional MTSS supports daily. $13,304 (John Fritchle confirmed)

 

3 - Based on observations of our first year as a one-to-one Chromebook school and current trends in digital devices, we are seeing a lack of student social interactions and interpersonal communication. We will implement a Student Enhancement Activities program for all students before school and during lunch. We will provide ping pong tables, art supplies, board games, spikeball sets, etc. $3,000

 

4 - Add a mental health specialist (shared cost with cone schools) to provide behavioral and emotional support to students in Tier 3. $4,000

 

5 - Orion Jr. High’s Students Arts, Culture, and Humanities Center 

Purpose: One of the greatest needs of our school and community is to create a space and culture where students, staff, and parents can connect, understand, and have empathy for those they interact with daily and into the future.   With a commitment to create a space and culture that will facilitate and promote critical thinking, reasoned discourse, inclusiveness, civility, empathy, and compassion—values that lie at the center of humanistic inquiry and that are essential for students to support and work towards a greater purpose and effort.  With a focus on Arts, Culture and Humanities, we want to promote artistic and cultural experiences and preserve artistic and cultural heritage. We will use technology to connect those that use the center with others around the world, provide a stage to perform, airwaves to inform and convince, and a venue for students to record and showcase their stories. 

Features include collaborative space, large flat panel interactive TV, Gallery Wall, Video Recording Station, Board Games and Manipulatives, Mindfulness Resources.

We will use survey data from the community to assess the impact this space has on student growth in the following areas: Empathy, Social Skills, Verbal and Written Expression, Expression through Art, Self-Awareness/Mindfulness.  $10,000

 

Goal #1 Expenditure Category

Keep in mind that expenditures may not supplant funding for existing public education programs or be used for capital expenditures.

 

☐ School personnel stipends

☐ Professional learning

☒ Additional school employees

☒ Social and emotional learning support

☐ College and career readiness skills

☐ Student leadership development

☒ Technology

☐ Before – or after – school programs

☐ Community support programs or partnerships

☐ Early childhood education

☒ Class size reduction strategies

☐ other Click or tap here to enter text.

 

Goal # 1 Measures of Success

Include a description of how progress toward the goals will be measured.

 

Reduce the number of school-wide incidents related to student inappropriate behavior by 10% over the next 2 years.                                                                                                          Increase the number of students participating in after-school enhancement programs by 10% over the next 2 years. Increase the number of students who respond positively to interventions by 3% each year over the next 5 years.

 

Goal #2

Each goal must promote improved student performance and student academic achievement.

 

Goal #2 

GOAL 2: Students will have consistent, quality learning experiences in all content areas which include appropriate use of technology, attention to high levels of student engagement, opportunities for authentic learning experiences and lessons that promote deeper levels of critical thinking.

 

Goal #2 Action Steps

1- Provide summer training workshop for the School Leadership Team create a strategic plan for the school year. $2,000

2- Provide summer technology integration training for teachers. $10,000

3- Provide opportunities for teachers to attend professional development sessions and observations of master teachers. $12,000

4- Purchase new STEM lab equipment (3D printers, Makerspace kits, Circuitry kits, Arduinos, Robotics equipment, etc.) to provide students more authentic learning experiences. $5,000

5- Create 3-5 new after-school Enrichment Activities (EA’s) to promote deeper levels of thinking and authentic learning experiences to students. Provide teacher stipends for advisors to run each EA. Provide materials/equipment budget to each EA. $6,000

 

Goal #2 Expenditure Areas

Keep in mind that expenditures may not supplant funding for existing public education programs or be used for capital expenditures.

 

☒ School personnel stipends

☒ Professional learning

☐ Additional school employees

☐ Social and emotional learning support

☐ College and career readiness skills

☐ Student leadership development

☒ Technology

☐ Before – or after – school programs

☐ Community support programs or partnerships

☐ Early childhood education

☐ Class size reduction strategies

☐ other Click or tap here to enter text.

 

Goal #2 Measures of Success

Include a description of how progress toward the goals will be measured.

 

Improve the median growth percentile on standardized assessments by 1% each year over the next 5 years and increase the percent of students making growth on teacher-driven SLOs by 1% over the same 5-year span.

 

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Goal #3

Each goal must promote improved student performance and student academic achievement.

 

Goal #3

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Goal #3 Action Step

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Goal #3 Expenditure Areas

Keep in mind that expenditures may not supplant funding for existing public education programs or be used for capital expenditures

 

☐ School personnel stipends

☐ Professional learning

☐ Additional school employees

☐ Social and emotional learning support

☐ College and career readiness skills

☐ Student leadership development

☐ Technology

☐ Before – or after – school programs

☐ Community support programs or partnerships

☐ Early childhood education

☐ Class size reduction strategies

☐ other Click or tap here to enter text.

 

Goal #3 Measures of Success

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Proposed Budget

 

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Stakeholder Involvement

 

Who was involved in developing this plan?

☒Educators

☒Collaborative Leadership Team

☒Administrators

☐Students

☒Community Council Members

☒Parents

☐Support Professionals

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Signature

 

Administrator Signature

Please type the name of the administrator submitting this application. This is considered an electronic signature for the application. By signing, the administrator agrees that the plan provided will be implemented and followed in order to reach the specified goals. 

Niels Hansen 9/3/2019

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