School Plan 2018-19 – Ridgeline High School

School Plan 2017-18 – Ridgeline High School

Goal #1

Goal

Student scores on the ACT, AP, CTE, and SAGE or ACT Aspire testing will be at or above the levels shown in the Measurement Section by May 2018.

Academic Areas

Reading
Mathematics
Writing
Technology
Science

Measurements

ACT - 20.8
AP - 70%
CTE - 75%
SAGE or ACT Aspire - English 9 - 55
SAGE or ACT Aspire - English 10 - 60
SAGE or ACT Aspire - Math 1 - 68
SAGE or ACT Aspire - Math 2 - 68
SAGE or ACT Aspire - Earth Science - 60%
SAGE or ACT Aspire - Biology - 60%
SAGE or ACT Aspire - Chemistry - 80%
SAGE or ACT Aspire - Physics - 80%
Action Plan Steps
1. Hire two or more ELL aides
2. Hire a Flex/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 of sending them home for poor behavior.
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.
4. Hold school-wide and department PLC team meetings.
5. Send staff to PLC national training conferences.
6. Hire VISTA interns to meet with struggling students, compile data, and hold small-
group student workshops.
7. Provide after-school tutoring for students.
8. Provide summer school and packets for credit recovery
9. Send students to Diversity Days at a university
10. Reduce class size

 

 

 


Expenditures

Category Description Estimated

Salaries & Employee Benefits (100 and 200):

1. Hire two or more ELL aides
2. Hire a Flex/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 of sending them home for poor behavior.
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. $135,741
4. Hold school-wide and department PLC team meetings.
5. Send staff to PLC national training conferences.
6. Hire VISTA interns to meet with struggling students, compile data, and
small-group student.
7. Provide after-school tutoring for students.
8. Provide summer school for credit recovery 9. Reduce class size

Professional and Technical Services (300):
1. Send staff to PLC national training conference. $8,000

Travel (580):
1. Send staff to PLC national training conferences. 2. Send students to Diversity Days at a
University. $7,500
Total: $151,241

Summary of Estimated Expenditures

Category Estimated Cost
(entered by the school)
Total: $151,241
Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200) $135,741
Professional and Technical Services (300) $8,000
Travel (580) $7,500
Total: $151,241

Funding Estimates

Estimated Carry-over from the 2016-2017 Progress Report $8,789
Estimated Distribution in 2017-2018 $142,452
Total ESTIMATED Available Funds for 2017-2018 $151,241
Summary of Estimated Expenditures for 2017-2018 $151,241
This number may not be a negative number Total ESTIMATED Carry Over to 2018-2019 $0


Increased Distribution
The 2017-2018 distribution in this plan is an estimate. If the actual distribution is more than the estimate, how will additional funds be spent to implement the goals described in the plan?

Purchase Chromebooks for students to use for research or assessments.

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

Council Plan Approvals
Number Approved Number Not Approved Number Absent Vote Date
7 0 3 2017-03-23
10 0 0 2017-03-23