• Ridgeline High School

    School Land Trust School Plan 2020-2021

    School Plan Approved

    School Plan Approval Details

    Submitted By:

    Ann Hunt 

    Submit Date:  

    2020-04-15 

    Admin Reviewer:

    Karen Rupp 

    Admin Review Date:

    2020-05-15 

    District Reviewer:

    Ann Hunt 

    District Approval Date:

    2020-05-20 

    Board Approval Date:

    2020-05-07

    Goal #1

    Student scores on the ACT, AP, and CTE will be at or above the levels shown in the measurement section by May 2021.

    Academic Areas

    • Reading
    • Mathematics
    • Technology
    • Science

    Measurements

    ACT (Graduating Class) - 21.9

    AP (% passing all exams) - 72%

    CTE (% proficient in all exams) - 80%

     

     

     

    Action Plan Steps

    1. Hire two or more EL aides ($16,000)
    2. Hire a FLEx (Flexible Learning Experiences)/Nest Aide. FLEx is a time each day when students get remediation or enrichment opportunities throughout the school and the Nest is a positive in-school suspension program where are students are placed instead of sending them home for poor behavior. It is also an area where students can work to improve grades or take tests ($18,000).
    3. Academic Success Coordinator - This person meets individually with students who are struggling academically to build relationships with them and help them improve their performance. ($16,000)
    4. Hold school leadership team meetings throughout the school year and collaborative team meetings (PLC) during the summer and throughout the school year. ($40,000).
    5. Provide after-school tutoring for students. (14,000)
    6. Reduce class sizes ($77,347)
    7. Hire a SpEd aide ($16,000)
    8. Hire a VISTA intern to meet with struggling students, compile data, and hold small-group student workshops ($7,500)
    9. Send staff to PLC, grading, or other national training conferences. Subs ($2,400), Registration ($4,900), Travel ($4,700)
    10. Send Minority Students to Diversity Day workshops/conferences at the local universities. Registration ($750), busing ($750)
    11. Provide supplies and materials for ESL students/classes ($1000).
    12. Purchase GradeCam subscription (online program/software) with handwriting recognition to help in data collection for common assessment, our 9th grade reading tests, and the practice ACT for 10th and 11th grade students ($6,500).

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Expenditures

    Category

    Description

    Estimated Cost

    Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200)

    1. Hire two or more EL aides (16,000) 2. Hire a FLEx (Flexible Learning Experiences)/Nest aide. FLEx is a time each day when students get remediation or enrichment opportunities throughout the school, and the Nest is a positive in-school suspension program where students are placed instead on sending them home for poor behavior. It also is an area where students can work to improve grades or take tests. (18,000) 3. Success Coordinator - This person moves around the school meeting individually with students who are struggling academically to build a personal relationship with them and help them improve their performance. (16,000) 4. Hold school-wide and department PLC team meetings. (40,000) 5. Provide after-school tutoring for students. (14,000). 6. Class size reduction. (77,347) 7. Hire a Special Ed. aide. (16,000)

    $197,347

    Professional and Technical Services (300)

    1. Hire a VISTA intern to meet with struggling students, compile data, and hold small-group student workshops. ($7,500). Send Teachers to PLC training. Subs, ($2,400), Registration ($4,900). Send Minority Students to Diversity Days. Registration ($750)

    $15,550

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

    1. Send staff to PLC, grading, or other national training conferences. Travel ($4700) 2. Send minority students to Diversity Days at a university and provide supplies for improving EL student performance. Busing ($750)

    $5,450

    General Supplies (610)

    1. Provide supplies for improving EL student performance. (1000)

    $1,000

    Software (670)

    1. Purchase Grade Cam with writing recognition. (6,500)

    $6,500

     

    Total:

    $225,847

     

     

    Category

    Estimated Cost

    (entered by the school)

    Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200)

    $197,347

    Professional and Technical Services (300)

    $15,550

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

    $5,450

    General Supplies (610)

    $1,000

    Software (670)

    $6,500

    Total:

    $225,847

    Summary of Estimated Expenditures

     

    Estimates

    Totals

    Estimated Carry-over from the 2019-2020 Progress Report

    $13,026

    Estimated Distribution in 2020-2021

    $212,821

    Total ESTIMATED Available Funds for 2020-2021

    $225,847

    Summary of Estimated Expenditures For 2020-2021

    $225,847

    Total ESTIMATED Carry Over to 2021-2022

    $0

    Funding Estimates

    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 district, 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?

     

    Goal #1: Additional funds would be used to reduce class sizes and to replace chromebooks that have expired.

     

    Publicity

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