DID YOU KNOW?
Our School received $50,278 in discretionary money to spend for academic improvement this year:
Did you know the School Community Council voted to spend the funds
for Instructional Aides and replacement of aging instructional equipment (projectors)?
Did you know that Utah received 7 million acres of land at statehood to generate funding for schools? Half of the land remains in a trust for public education. The School and Institutional Trust Lands Aministration (SITLA) manages the trust land. The School and Institutional Trust Funds Office (SITFO) invests the endowment funds and the annual interest and dividends from the fund is how the School Land Trust Program receives the annual allocation. That is how our school receives this discretionary money.For more information, please contact:School Community Council Chair: Annette HallSchool Employee Members: Liz Staten, Shannon SandersPrincipal: Melanie Johnson
School Plan 2017-18 for Riverdale Elementary
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Using technology and other resources, students will meet grade-level reading benchmarks as assessed by DIBELS and/or District Mandated tests by the end of the 2017-18 school year.
DIBELS will be the measurement used in K-2. DIBELS DAZE and SAGE benchmarks will be the measurements used in Grades 3-6. The baseline will be the beginning of the year scores for each grade level. Riverdale will be striving for all students to make growth with at least 80% of students meeting or exceeding end of year DIBELS benchmark and at least 80% meeting or exceeding District benchmark levels.
1 - The Academic Team will develop a school-wide learning plan with professional development for teachers to develop and implement research-based teaching skills and strategies.
2 - Technology will be used to enhance the students' educational experience and broaden their depth of knowledge for informational text. Students will research, analyze and interpret readings with accuracy.
3 - Teachers will identify grade-level essential learning targets for reading and developa plan to address the targets with interventions and increase student growth. This will be completed in Professional Learning Communities.
4 - Aides will provided for PLC coverage and classroom interventions guided by the teacher.
5- We will replace seven projectors for our ten-year old SMART board systems which are essential to student success with learning objectives and instrumental for using our current student response systems, software programs and other audio-visual materials.
|Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200)||Instructional aides for PLC's and Interventions||$41,000|
|Professional and Technical Services (300)||Professional Development to enhance best teaching practices||
|Equipment (Computer Hardware, Instruments, Furniture) (730)||Purchase seven projectors||
Summary of Estimated Expenditures
(entered by the school)
|Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200)||$41,000|
|Professional and Technical Services (300)||$ 1,500|
|Equipment (Computer Hardware, Instruments, Furniture) (730)||$ 7,500|
|Estimated Carry-over from the 2016-2017 Progress Report||$ 657|
|Estimated Distribution in 2017-2018||$50,278|
|Total ESTIMATED Available Funds for 2017-2018||$50,935|
|Summary of Estimated Expenditures for 2017-2018||$50,000|
|This number may not be a negative Total ESTIMATED Carry Over to 2018-2019||$ 935|
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?
If we receive additional funding we will spend the money on technology.
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Council Plan Approvals
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