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End of Year LAND Trust Summary Report

Crescent Elementary School: End of Year LAND Trust Summary Report

Crescent Elementary School Community Council was pleased to be able to spend $63,226 of LAND Trust funds on Crescent Cubs for the 2019 – 20 school year.

Reading

 

Cost

Intervention Assistants

 

$58,289

Technology

 

$4, 938

   
   
 

= $63,227

Crescent Elementary School Community Council was pleased to be able to spend $63,227 of LAND Trust funds on Crescent Cubs for the 2019 – 20 school year. It was determined that funds should be spent on reading, math, and technology. To increase reading achievement, students were identified as performing below benchmark on Acadience testing. Students identified through our walking to read program receive daily intervention support from intervention assistants under the direction of the teacher and achievement coach. Most of the allocated School Land Trust funding, $58,289, was used to hire five assistants to provide reading interventions. K – 1st grade teachers prefer using iPads with their Cubs. iPads were purchased for skill-based instruction and literacy practice stations for $4, 938 . Crescent is 1:1 with iPads and Chromebooks across the school. The Crescent SCC sees our LAND Trust Plan resources as a crucial component of our student achievement. It also helps that Crescent teachers are simply the BEST!

 

Crescent’s Teacher Student Success Plan Goals for 2020 – 2021

Academic:

*By May 2021, 80% of all students in Kindergarten – 5th grades will show typical or above typical growth (three or more stars) from fall to spring as measured by Acadience Reading K-6 Pathways to Progress reports.

Climate:

*100% of classroom teachers will build strong student- teacher relationships by greeting students at the door and saying goodbye to them at the door daily, and by holding daily meaningful 20-minute Morning Meetings that include a greeting, sharing, activity, and Morning Message.

*Professional Development on Morning Meetings and building positive teacher-student relationships will be delivered in August before school begins and reiterated monthly in Faculty Meetings and grade level IPLCs.

The School Community Council meets on the Wednesdays listed to the right in the media center at 4:00 p.m. The public is invited to attend. Agendas and minutes are posted on our school website: https:// crescent.canyonsdistrict.org/school- community-council/

Meetings Scheduled:

January 6, 2021 February 3, 2021 March 3, 2021 April 7, 2021 May 5, 2021

Membership, 2020 – 21 School Community Council

 

Christa Smith edandchrista98@yahoo.com

Chair

Shelly Beck liferage14@gmail.com

Vice-Chair

Camie Montague Camie.montague@canyonsdistrict.org

Principal

Jessica Johansen jessicajilljohansen@gmail.com

Parent

Christina Memmott tinamor04@gmail.com

Parent

Amanda Dee Amanda.dee@canyonsdistrict.org 

Employee

 
 

CSD Streamlines Notification Process for Students After Possible COVID-19 Exposure

Canyons District has streamlined the family-notification process when it has been determined through the contact-tracing process that a student may have been exposed at school by student or employee who has tested positive for COVID-19. 

To ensure that families receive the notification, parents of children who will need to quarantine will receive an automated phone call and an email. Parents also will receive a text message if they have signed up for that service in Skyward. The process was put into place in recent weeks and has proven effective in immediately notifying parents of this important information.  

The official information will come from the Canyons school nurses, who are at the forefront of the District’s COVID-19 response. Canyons District nurses work hand-in-hand with the Salt Lake County Health Department and other health authorities to confirm test results, conduct contact tracing, answer questions of parents, students and employees, and help track the District’s overall COVID-19 cases. 

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