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Funding Summary

School LAND Trust

Administration for LEAs & Schools

School Plan 2022-2023 - North Ogden Jr High

Goal #1
State Goal

We will increase student access to technology throughout the school environment and improve the instructional process. We will increase student learning as measured by the median growth percentile (MGP) in Rise/Aspire Plus testing results by 1% during the 2022-2023 school year.

 
Academic Area
  • English/Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Science
 
Measurements

The purchase and installation of technology will be used by all students and teachers throughout the school environment during the 2022-2023 school year in order to increase academic progress and student learning as measured by an increase in the median growth percentile (MGP) by 1% on the Rise/Aspire Plus tests.

 
Action Steps
  1. Lease Chromebooks, plugs, and necessary storage for all students and teachers ($35,000).

  2. Purchase and install technology throughout the school including Newline Panels and update access points as needed. Maintain, repair, upgrade, and replace existing technology throughout the school as needed ($1,300).

  3. Science, Math, and English buy-out to decrease student-to-teacher ratio in order to increase individualized learning (7.5 classes x $10,800 = $81,000).

 
Planned Expenditures
CategoryDescriptionEstimated Cost
 Total:$117,300.00
Technology related supplies < $5,000 each - devices, computers, E-readers, flash drives, cables, monitor stands

Lease Chromebooks, plugs, and necessary storage for all students and teachers ($35,000).

$35,000.00
Salaries and Benefits (teachers, aides, specialists, productivity, substitutes)

Science and Math buy-out to decrease student-teacher ratio in order to increase individualized learning (7.5 classes x $10,800 = $81,000).

$81,000.00
Repairs and Maintenance

Purchase and install technology throughout the school including Newline Panels and update access points as needed. Maintain, repair, upgrade, and replace existing technology throughout the school as needed ($1300).

$1,300.00
 
Digital Citizenship/Safety Principles Component

No

 
 
Goal #2
State Goal

We will increase the percentage of ninth grade students on track for graduation.

 
Academic Area
  • Graduation Rate Increase
 
Measurements

Administrators, counselors, and teacher teams meet weekly to review data of students that are at risk of failing classes. The Response to Intervention team reviews D, F, and I reports or other additional information to identify students who need options for recovery. If a student has lost graduation credit, academic counselors meet with them to create a make-up credit contract. Parents are involved in the contract and resources for remediation. Aspire Plus data and other test scores are analyzed to determine the best placement for student level and academic performance. Technology is used in classrooms for students to view lesson information clearly. We provide professional development to teachers to use best practices in order to increase the number of students on track for graduation. We will increase the percentage of students on track for graduation by 1%.

 
Action Steps
  1. Provide additional help for math students through an after school program - Homework Haven ($4500).

  2. Access to online materials through ALEKS software used as a supplemental tool in each of the math courses taught. This is used as an assessment system (950 licenses = $4000).

 
Planned Expenditures
CategoryDescriptionEstimated Cost
 Total:$8,500.00
Salaries and Benefits (teachers, aides, specialists, productivity, substitutes)

Provide additional help for math students through an after school program - Homework Haven ($4500).

$4,500.00
Software < $5,000

Access to online materials ALEKS software used as a supplemental tool in each math course taught. This is used as an assessment system (950 licenses = $4000)

$4,000.00
 
Digital Citizenship/Safety Principles Component

No

 
 

Summary of Estimated Expenditures

CategoryEstimated Cost
(entered by the school)
Total:$125,800.00
Software < $5,000 $4,000.00
Repairs and Maintenance $1,300.00
Technology related supplies < $5,000 each - devices, computers, E-readers, flash drives, cables, monitor stands $35,000.00
Salaries and Benefits (teachers, aides, specialists, productivity, substitutes) $85,500.00

Funding Estimates

EstimatesTotals
Carry-over from 2021-2022 $0.00
Distribution for 2022-2023 $126,936.92
Total Available Funds for 2022-2023 $126,936.92
Estimated Funds to be Spent in 2022-2023 $125,800.00
Estimated Carry-over from 2022-2023 $1,136.92

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 provided by the LEA, a grant, or another unanticipated funding source leaving additional funds to implement the goals. If additional funds are available, how will the council spend the funds to implement the goals in this plan?

We will use the funds to increase technology and additional instructional supports (i.e., after school learning opportunities with certified teachers).

Publicity

  • School newsletter
  • School website

Council Plan Approvals

Number ApprovedNumber Not ApprovedNumber AbsentVote Date
9 0 0 2022-03-09