• Upcoming School Plan 2021-2022 - Mountain Crest High

    The Plan has been submitted by the School and is waiting LEA review.

    Goal #1close

    State Goalclose

    Student scores on PSAT, ACT, AP, CTE and State Aspire Testing will increase or remain at a high level when comparing yearly data to baseline data.

    Academic Areaclose

    • College and Career Readiness
    • Educational Technology/Library/Media
    • English/Language Arts
    • Fine Arts
    • Graduation Rate Increase
    • Mathematics
    • Science
    • World Languages

    Measurementsclose

    Student scores on the PSAT, ACT, AP, CTE Skills Assessments, and the State Aspire testing will increase or remain at a high level when comparing yearly data to baseline data. (NOTE: New baseline data will be established during the 2020-2021 school year when state testing will not be suspended again due to COVID)

    Action Plan Steps and Expendituresclose

    Student scores on PSAT, ACT, AP, CTE and State Aspire Testing will increase or remain at a high level when comparing yearly data to baseline data.  (NOTE:  New baseline data will be established during the 2020-2021 school year when state testing will not be suspended again due to COVID) by 1) Improving student ability to think critically and communicate effectively through focusing on teacher training, collaboration and ability to effectively use data results, 

    2) Improving school technology and availability of current technology, 3) Providing additional support for all student populations through the Freshman Mentoring Program, the Freshman Academy, 2.0 Program, our Pyramid of Interventions, Credit Recovery Programs, Attendance Intervention, and our Character Education Program, 4) Providing opportunities for students to be involved in academically challenging programs, and 5) Focusing on our special populations and providing additional support for teachers, parents and students.  This goal will be obtained by implementing the following action plan.

     

    1.   Hire two VISTA interns to compile school and state testing assessment data so that we can respond to strengths and weaknesses identified in the data, identify and assist 2.0 students, help transition and support freshmen students as they begin their high school careers to be successful academically, emotionally, physically and socially, and to help manage our Response to Invention programs.  ($14000)

    2.   Hire two part-time ESL aides and one part-time Special Education aide to be available in classes to help students.  ($25600)

    3.   Hire a Credit Recovery/Intervention aide to organize and manage our in school intervention program, FLEX, and to help students determine what FLEX classes best fit their specific needs. ($14000)

    4.   Provide an orientation day for incoming Freshman students to give them the opportunity to get acquainted with the high school.  ($5000)

    5.   Create Independent Study Packets for credit recovery.  ($2000) 

    6.   Purchase and update classroom technology and software to provide the ability and skills to access global information and the world.  ($38088) and ($8348)

    7.   Pay teachers to participate in department and school-wide PLC team meetings and trainings to create common assessments, analyze and use data, share best practices and continually strive for excellence.  ($32900)

    8.   Purchase current professional books to be used in faculty book studies as we continue to improve and implement professional learning communities.  ($2000)

    9.   Bring in experts to provide training to teachers and staff members on Data Use and Professional Learning Communities.  ($4000)

    10. Send several teachers every year to PLC training until all teachers have attended a formal training.  Registration  ($3000), Substitutes  ($4000), Travel  ($5000).

    11. Provide funds for class size reduction.  ($13600)

    12. Provide opportunities for students to participate in possible scholarship bearing programs such as Sterling Scholar, Model UN, State Math and Academic Olympiad.  Registration ($800—5800), Bussing ($1000—5100), Substitutes ($800), Travel ($900), Supplies ($800)

    13. Send students to a Diversity Conference at Utah State University.  Registration  ($1000—5800), Bussing  ($1000—5100), Substitutes ($600—3200) 

    14. Provide weekly Character Education to students through our school created 'Inside/Out' Program.  ($1000)

    15. Provide an ESL Parent Night at the beginning of the school year ($1000)

    16. Purchase Informational material for the Library/Media Center.  ($4500) 

    17. Train teachers and purchase necessary instructional supplies to implement SMOOP to prepare students for the ACT  ($1300), Supplies (200)

    18. Purchase supplies for monthly School Community Council meetings ($300)

    19.  Ensure that teachers have the credentials to teach the subjects they are needed to teach and that they are highly qualified with the appropriates endorsements ($8000)

    20.  Implement Co-Taught English in the 9th and 10th grades.  Continue co-taught math in Math I and Math II.  ($25000)

    21. Celebrate student achievements through incentives, school advertisements and school social media. ($3000)

    22. Purchase supplies materials to put together and implement a Diversity Week ($1000)

     

    Category Description Estimated Cost
      Total: $223,736.06
    Technology related supplies < $5,000 each - devices, computers, E-readers, flash drives, cables, monitor stands

    #6 Classroom Technology and Software--$46436.06 #8 Professional Development Books--$2000 #16 Library Books--$4500

    $52,936.06
    Salaries and Benefits (teachers, aides, specialists, productivity, substitutes)

    #1 Hire Two VISTAs--$14000 #2 Hire Aides for ESL and SPED--$25600 #3 Hire FLEX Aide--$14000 #7 Teacher and Department PLCs--$32900 #9 Contract Professional Development Experts--$4000 #10 PLC Training and other Teacher Development--$12000 #17 Teacher Training for ACT Preparation--$1300 #19 Teacher Certification and Endorsements--$8000 #20 Co-Taught English and Math--$25000

    $150,400
    Admission, transportation to and from school. Transportation for school related activities provided by LEAs, public carriers, parents, students

    #12 Student Participation in Scholarship Bearing programs--$4300 #13 Student Participation in Diversity Conferences--$2600

    $6,900
    Expendable items that are consumed, wornout or lose identity through use (paper, science and art supplies), food for a cooking class, a field trip, or a parent night (consistent with LEA policy)

    #4 Freshman Orientation--$5000 #5 Independent Study Packets--$2000 #14 Character Education--$1000 #15 ESL Parent Night--$1000 #16 ACT Preparation--$200 #18 School Community Council Meetings--$300 #21 Student Achievement Incentives--$3000 #22 Diversity Week--$1000

    $13,500

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    Summary of Estimated Expenditures

    Category Estimated Cost
    (entered by the school)
    Total: $223,736.06
    Expendable items that are consumed, wornout or lose identity through use (paper, science and art supplies), food for a cooking class, a field trip, or a parent night (consistent with LEA policy) $13,500
    Admission, transportation to and from school. Transportation for school related activities provided by LEAs, public carriers, parents, students $6,900
    Technology related supplies < $5,000 each - devices, computers, E-readers, flash drives, cables, monitor stands $52,936.06
    Salaries and Benefits (teachers, aides, specialists, productivity, substitutes) $150,400

    Funding Estimates – Please Update

    Estimates Totals  
    Carry-over from 2019-2020 $35,303.06  
    Distribution for 2020-2021 $188,785  
    Total Available Funds for 2020-2021 $224,088.06  
    Estimated Funds to be Spent in 2020-2021 $  
    Estimated Carry-over from 2020-2021 $22,088.06  
    Estimated Distribution for 2021-2022 $201,648  
    Total Available Funds for 2021-2022 $223,736.06  
    Summary of Estimated Expenditures for 2021-2022 $223,736.06  
    Estimated Carry-over to 2022-2023 $0  

    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 funded by the LEA, a grant, or another unanticipated funding source leaving additional School LAND Trust funds to implement the goals. How will the council spend the funds to implement the goals in this plan?

    Additional School LAND Trust funds will be used for classroom technology and teaching materials.

    Publicity

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

    Council Plan Approvals

    Number Approved Number Not Approved Number Absent Vote Date
    11 0 0 2021-04-20
    11 0 0 2021-04-20

    Plan Attachments

    Upload Date Title Description
    2021-04-26 Testing Data Testing data spreadsheet comparing last three years of data that is available.
    2021-04-26 Testing Data Testing data spreadsheet comparing last three years of data that is available.




     

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