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Rich Murray, Principal 
Email:       rimurray@wsd.net

Kristy Haws, Assistant Principal
Email:       khaws@wsd.net
 
 

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Community Council Summary

GOAL #1: Increase RISE/ASPIRE test scores in ELA, Science, and Math by 1%.  We will compare scores to previous years to track progress.

ACTION STEPS:

1- Increase guidance counselor’s hours from 20 hours to 40 hours. The counselor will work with the MTSS team and our Character Ed team to develop lessons to help increase our students social/emotional health.  $38,000

2- Hire a student advocate to work with our ELL population and their families. $18,000

3- Organize a parent night specifically for our ELL parents. We will have community resources available and address concerns (in Spanish) and provide resources to help our ELL students succeed. $1000

4- Hire a mental health worker to help students who are struggling with mental health issues. This therapist will split their time with Roy High, Sand Ridge, and Roy Jr. $8,500

 

GOAL#2: Increase the number of on-track to graduate 9th graders by 5%. This goal will be measured by comparing this year’s number of on-track 9th graders to last year’s numbers.

ACTION STEPS:

1- Provide a “working lunch” buyout. This time will be used to work with students who are off track and/or need extra time for assignments. $10,000

2- Stipend for “8th period”. This class will run from 2:00 to 3:00 and be used for remediation and tutoring. Parent permission will be required for students to attend. $300.00

3- Purchase Edgenuity license for makeup credit. $1,222

4- Professional development (Solution Tree Conference). $4,000

5- Purchase “Lightbox” materials to aid in engagement with content area materials, increase resource and material accessibility, and increase depth of knowledge in content areas across curriculum. $1,500

2019-2020 Principal Assurance - Regular Public Schools

Community involvement is important to the Utah Legislature. It is important to the legislature that patrons know about opportunities to serve on their school community council and that elections are held properly. To assure election processes and other requirements are implemented consistent with the law and state board rule, the legislature is requiring that every principal complete this assurance prior to receiving funds from the School LAND Trust Program for the 2020-2021 school year.

Roy JR - Weber

Submitted

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For purposes of this form, "parents" means parents or guardians.

Compliance Questions

  1. 1. The School Community Council has been trained about their responsibilities and the requirements of:

    * 53A-1a-108 School Community Councils Authorized

    * 53A-1a-108.1 School Community Councils - Open and Public Meeting Requirements

    * 53A-16-101.5 School LAND Trust Program

    * 53A-1a-108.5 School Improvement Plan

Yes

2. In a faculty meeting during the 2018-2019 School Year, the faculty was provided with an explanation of how the school is spending the School LAND Trust Funds and the amount of money the school received from the program during the year (This is not required but is considered a best practice).

Yes

3. Notification Requirements:In order for schools to receive School LAND Trust Program funds, councils are required to provide certain notices to parents and to make all meetings open to the public.3-a. The public is welcome to attend meetings.  An agenda, including the date, time and place of the meeting is posted on the school website with draft minutes of the prior meeting at least one week in advance of each meeting.

Yes

3-b. The following report summaries are provided on the school website, in the school office, and directly to parents without internet access before October 20th.     * A proposed meeting schedule for the year    * A list of the trust land council members with a direct contact phone number, email, or both    * Summary of the 2018-2019 School Plan Final Report

Yes

 * How were parents without internet access notified?

Plan is on file in the main office. Meeting dates and times are posted in the school.

3-c. The school website also displays:    * The Rules of Order and Procedure adopted by the council    * The dollar amount the school receives each year from the School LAND Trust Program    * An invitation to parents to consider serving on the School Community Council with an explanation of how parents can directly influence how the funds are spent.

Yes

4. During the 2018-2019 school year, the School Community Council received and discussed a report from the district and school administration about internet filtering, technology, reporting policies, practices, training, etc. currently being implemented to promote safe and productive use of the internet. The School Community Council ensured that training was provided, either by the school or the district, for students and parents about internet safety and digital citizenship.

Yes

Election process for the 2019-2020 School Community Council

2019 Election Notification Date - when parents and staff were notified of the planned election.

2019-09-12

2019 Election Date - when elections were scheduled to be held, as noticed

2019-10-14

1. Notice of ElectionsParents and employees were noticed at least 10 days in advance of school community council elections of open positions on the council, how to file and when the elections would be held.

No

1-a. Fewer, or the same number, of parents applied for the open parent positions.  A secret ballot election was not required.

Yes

1-b. Fewer, or the same number, of employees applied for the open employee positions. A secret ballot election was not required.

Yes

1-c. A secret ballot election was held at the school.

No

1-d. I (or my designee) oversaw the election.  The school used a secure ballot box for the parent election and the results of the election were saved.

No

1-e. The parent members were elected by parents and the employee members were elected by employees.

No

3. AppointmentsPositions that were not filled after the election, or after a member's resignation, were filled by the employee members on the council (for employee positions) and by parents on the council (for parent positions).

Not Applicable

Please explain any 'No' answers or enter 'Not Applicable'

An election was not announced before our first meeting. Previous members were notified by email on Sep.12 that we would have our first meeting on 10-14-19.

 

Submission Details

 

Principal/Director Name                                                                 Date

Rich Murray                                                                                  2019-10-15