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School Improvement Plan


Clearmont Elementary School



School Improvement Plan


&

Title I School-Wide Plan


2017-2018


PRINCIPAL.

Mrs. Mars







Component A:  Comprehensive Needs Assessment








  1. Documentation and Data used for Needs Assessment: Sections 1309 (c); 1111 (b)

  1. NCEOG  test scores

  2. mClass

  3. Mid-Term Progress Reports

  4. EVAAS




  1. List sources used for Needs Assessment:


Dibels and 3D Reading Assessments (k-3)

Grade Three NCEOG Scores in Reading and Math

Grade Four NCEOG Scores in Reading and Math

Grade Five  NCEOG Scores in Reading, Math and Science



Analysis of the Documentation Data Revealed the Following:


Outcome Data:  Performance Composite


Performance

Composite

2010

2011

2011

2012

2012

2013

2013

2014

2014

2015

2015

2016

2016

2017

Reading

84

76

54

31

53

54

76.1

Math

95


84

44

39

54

52

64.4



Conclusions from Performance Composite Data


Beginning with the 2010-11 school year the data shows declining trend in both the Math and Reading EOG test scores.  The largest drop came when the tests were renormed for Common Core in 2012-13. Stabilization of the test scores was reached during the following school year and overall gains continue to be made in succeeding years.



Outcome Data:  EOG READING Scores

Reading % at or above grade level

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Grade 3

56

60

46

66

61

74.1

Grade 4

93.3

39

52

43

68

78.5

Grade 5

88.4

71

50

55

33

75.8




Outcome Data: EOG MATH Scores


Math % at or above grade level

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Grade 3

64

35

17

44

56

59.1

Grade 4

100

47

48

55

32

66.9

Grade 5

100

57

54

82

68

67.2



Conclusions from School Level Scores

EOG test data shows consistent increase in test results in both Reading and Math EOG

performance scores in the most recent scoring data. .   The classes that showed the greatest percentage increase were our fifth grade reading and fourth grade math.  


Previous State EOG Peformance Data for 2015-2016

Released September 1, 2016

Verified data not released for current school year.





CONCLUSION OF TESTING DATA

Significant positive changes have been observed in the EOG data.


Overall growth has been significant based upon  BOY to EOY assement information.


There have been as high as 39 and 36 percentage point gains in reading and math.


SCHOOL COMMUNITY PROFILE


Clearmont Elementary School is located approximately 10 miles north of Burnsville in rural Yancey County in the mountains of western North Carolina. Clearmont School has been the heart of this economically disadvantaged community since 1918. The present building first opened as a 1st – 11th grade school in 1936. Most of the current students represent the 4th generation in their family to receive their education at Clearmont School. There is one class per grade level.  Over fifty percent of our students qualify for free or reduced lunch.


Local Government


Based on the 2012 US Census Bureau data, the population of Yancey County is 17,630.  A five-member Board of Commissioners provides county government. The county property tax rate is $.50 per $100.00 of assessed valuation.



Employment


The top employer in our county is Yancey County Schools.   Mountain Air Country Club and other industries such as Altec and Glen Raven Mills are leading employers. The unemployment rate was 6.0% as noted in the ACCESS NC report of April 2017..  According to ACCESS NC 21% of the population is below the poverty level.



Historical Ethnicity Information


Population

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-16

Black

0

0

0

0

0

White

116

117

126

124

117

Hispanic

2

0

2

2

2

Other/Multi-Cultural

2

0

0

0

0

TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS

120

117

128

126

119



                                                          Conclusion


Black and Hispanic students make up less than 5% of the total student population. Specifically, there are currently 2 hispanic students currently enrolled for the 2017-2018 school year.


Historical Population Data


Headcount

2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016


Exceptional Children

14(12%)

15(13%)

20(6.3%)

30


AIG

2(.02)

3 (2.5%)

8 (16%)

4


Total free/reduced

62%

57%

52.06%

47.6%

60.5%




Conclusion of Historical Data


All areas in the the above referenced data have stayed stable during the previous school year.




ATTENDANCE DATA



2010-2011

97%

2011-2012

95%

2012-2013

95%

2013-2014

95%

2014-2015

95%

2015-2016

95%

2016-2017

95%




STAFFING SUMMARY



2011-2012

2012-2013

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

2016-2017

Fully Qualified

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

100%

Teachers with advanced degrees

(above bachelors)

26%

26%

28%

29%

29%

26%

Teachers with NBC

3

3

3

3

4

3

Teachers trained as mentors

2

2

2

1

1

1

Teacher Turn Over Rate

13%

14%

13%

13%

0%

13%





CONCLUSION OF STAFFING


  • There are six regular classroom teachers

  • One Exceptional Children’s teacher

  • Three teachers are National Board Certified

  • One Media Educator

  • Three faculty members hold Master’s Degrees

  • Three classroom teacher assistants

  • One computer lab assistant













SUMMARY OF FINDINGS



  • Technology continues to enhance our students’ test scores and learning levels from K-5.  

    • All of Clearmont’s teachers use technology daily in their classrooms.  

    • Chromebooks are 1:1 in grades 2-5.

      • We were able to extend the number of Chromebooks through use of Title One funds.


  • In 2012-2016, we received PBIS Model School of Exemplar recognition.


  • Beginning with the 2014 school year Clearmont Elementary implemented K-1 Singapore Math and Wilson Fundations Reading Program with accompanying supplemental interventions for at-risk readers.  


  • While mClass is utilized in grades K-3 by use of electronic tablets, our Fourth and Fifth grade teachers continue to utilize DIBELS hand scores



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CLEARMONT ELEMENTARY ACTION PLAN


District Goal 1 – YCS WILL INCREASE THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS WHO ARE PROFICIENT IN READING INSTRUCTION

Goal Description  for Clearmont Elementary School


Goal 1: 80% of CES K-2 students will be reading at or above grade-level proficiency levels by the end of the 2017-2018 school year.  This number will increase to 85% by the end of the 2018-2019 school year.

Goal 2: 75% of CES 3-8 students will be reading at or above grade-level proficiency levels by the end of the 2017-2018 school year.  This number will increase to 85% by the end of the 2018-2019 school year.

Goal 3: 100% of CES K-5 students will be taught high-level (Tier II, III) academic and content-specific vocabulary lessons with an approved, research-based vocabulary acquisition resource tool.

Goal 4: 80% of CES K-5 students will be at or above grade-level proficiency levels by the end of the 2017-2018 school year in terms of Vocabulary Acquisition.



PLAN OF ACTION


Action Step


Clearmont Elementary will:


- implement MTSS academic and behavioral assessments to analyze student learning

- seek professional development to strengthten existing strategies such as the use of Google Education.


Action Step


Clearmont Elementary will:


  • -continue the Wilson Fundations Reading Program with accompanying supplemental

  • interventions for at-risk readers.  

  • -perform fidelity checks on a regular basis ( semester)

  • - maintain participation  in the 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program to provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a standard in Math and Reading.



District Goal 2 – YCS WILL INCREASE THE NUMBER OF STUDENTS WHO ARE PROFICIENT IN MATH INSTRUCTION


Goal Description for Clearmont Elementary School


Goal 1: 80% of CES K-2 students will be at or above grade-level proficiency levels in math instruction by the end of the 2017-2018 school year.  This number will increase to 85% by the end of the 2018-2019 school year.

Goal 2: 70% of CES 3-8 students will be at or above grade-level proficiency levels in math instruction by the end of the 2017-2018 school year.  This number will increase to 80% by the end of the 2018-2019 school year.

Goal 3: 100% of CES K-8 students will be taught a systematic approach to computational fluency in the grade-appropriate core math skills of addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division as evidenced through the implementation of Singapore Math.

Goal 4: 80% of CES K-8 students will be at or above grade-level proficiency in terms of the grade-appropriate computational fluency skills by the end of the 2017-2018 school year.


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PLAN OF ACTION


Action Step


Clearmont Elementary will:


  • follow county developed curriculum guides through the ongoing district-wide Professional Learning Community model (PLC)

  • include ongoing professional development to sustain previous programs

Action Step


Clearmont Elementary will:


  • -continue to phase-in of the Singapore Math Strategy/Program in K-3 Grade classrooms with supporting materials and training.  This is to directly improve on student number sense, aromaticity, and critical-thinking with word problems.


  • -continue to seek fidelity in the use of  Motivation Math (2nd – 5th Grades). This program is designed to have both a paper and online component to assist blended classrooms. It will supplement the current CCSS Math instruction in those classrooms by providing compact, focused lessons and resources for teachers to use.


-continue the 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program in 2017-2018 to provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a standard in Math and Reading,


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District Goal 3 –YCS WILL PROVIDE HIGH-QUALITY, RELEVANT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE CORE ACADEMIC AREAS.


Goal description for Clearmont Elementary School


Goal 1: CES professional staff will participate in ongoing professional development updates to address initial implementation issues, develop best practices, and incorporate within Curriculum Guides.  The plan will also include ongoing professional development to sustain previous programs such as the YCS 1:1 Chromebook Initiative, etc.


PLAN OF ACTION


Action Step


Clearmont Elementary will:


-continue in ongoing professional development updates to address the following:


YCS 1:1 Chromebook Initiative

Grades K-1 Wilson Fundations Reading Program

Grades K-5 Singapore Math Strategies/Program

Grades 2- 5 Excel and IXL Math Programs

Grades 3-5 Great Books – Paideia Classroom Questioning Practices

21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program in

2017-2018 to provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a

standard in Math and Reading.



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District Goal 4 – YCS WILL CONSISTENTLY AND COMPREHENSIVELY UTILIZE 21st CENTURY CLASSROOM INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES TO MEET CORE ACADEMIC NEEDS.


Goal description for Clearmont Elementary School


Goal 1: In order to efficiently meet the need of allowing students to access quality online, digital math and reading content pieces, CES classrooms will have technology items to allow teachers to assign students leveled-content in one-on-one, small group and whole group setups.  Instructional practices will generally follow blended instructional practices in the core content areas.


PLAN OF ACTION


Action Step


Clearmont Elementary will:


-have access to digital curriculum content including but not limited to:MobiMax, EPIC, Starfall, NCDPI Home Base-Schoolnet, etc.


Action Step


Clearmont Elementary will:


-receive support for the following technologies to enhance student connectivity to quality digital math and reading content resources: - in Grades 2-5 the YCS 1:1 Chromebook Initiative (1:1, Leveled Small Instructional Groups, and Whole-Class interactions)

- in Grades K-1 Apple iPads (small group, center-based projects)

- in Grades K-5 Interactive Whiteboards with accompanying LCD projectors and  Document Cameras to facilitate whole-class interactions with individual student engagement opportunities. We will add one board to the K classroom.

- in Grades K-5 large screen presentation televisions to replace LCD projectors as applicable



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District Goal 5 - YCS WILL UTILIZE QUALITY RESEARCH-BASED STRATEGIES TO INCREASE PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT

Goal description for Clearmont Elementary School


Goal 1: CES will utilize quality research-based strategies to increase PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT in their child's education.

PLAN OF ACTION


Action Step


Clearmont Elementary will:


- increase the number of Curriculum Nights at each to inform parents of current changes in the YCS Curriculum, as well as provide movie nights/reading nights for parental involvement activities.  Clearmont is planning an EOG prep session night in April.


Action Step


Clearmont Elementary will:


-increase the utilization of  the Power School Parent/Public Portal and Class DoJO Portal to further enhance school-to-parent classroom communication regarding student information and progress.


Action Step


Clearmont Elementary will:


-continue the  Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program in 2017-2018 to provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a standard in Math and Reading, as well as provide a means for parental involvement.














Component B: Reform Strategies


   Clearmont Reform Strategies.  Section 1111 (b)


  1. Implementation of Essential Standards to fidelity

  2. Implementation of MTSS

  3. Use of pacing guides for Essential Standards.

  4. Use of formative assessments/charts.

  5. Emphasis on collaboration and technology integration in all grades with the use of SmartBoards, document cameras, projectors, and Chromebooks in 2nd-5th grades and ipads in K-2 during center work.

  6. Emphasis on project based learning activities.

  7. Continued use of Small Group Reading.

  8. Continued implementation of the Fundations program

  9. Enhance parental involvement by offering parent nights, PTO, and opportunities for parents to participate in field experiences.

  10. Continued implementation of the Positive Behavior Support program.

  11. Continued implementation of Olweus Bullying Prevention Program.

  12. Continued implementation the Dibels/3D (K-3) Reading Program.

  13. Continue Formative, Summative, and Benchmark assessments.

  14. Continue the 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program in 2017-2018 to provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a standard in Math and Reading


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Meeting Student needs

Our school is in a rural isolated area of North Carolina. With approximately more than 60% of our students economically disadvantaged, we believe that project based learning is key to academic success for our students. We continually strive to communicate our students’ academic standing to our parents through feedback of student progress that includes examples of student work. We celebrate our students’ academic success through an awards program. Targeted students will receive additional instruction during the school-day.


In past years, our budget has allowed for in-school tutoring and after school tutoring for the “at-risk” learners.  However, in 2013-2014, we had to discontinue this due to shortage of funds as well as losing a teacher assistant. We were able to maintain our reading groups on the K-2 levels for the “at-risk” learners.  


The 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program in 2018-2019 will provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a standard in Math and Reading.


Methods for Determining if student needs have been met


We are using a combination of  methods to best meet the needs of our students based on K-3 Assessments, baseline and benchmark testing, and EOG scores.  An emerging area is the use of MTSS data. We believe that these strategies are the most appropriate to meet the needs of our students.
















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Component D: Highly Qualified and On-going Professional Development


Component C: Professional Development Plan



Clearmont’s Professional Development Program


Clearmont’s high quality and on-going professional development for its staff assists them in enabling all children in the school to meet the North Carolina’s academic achievement standards.


We include all teachers in professional development planning and activities.  Data gathered from our teachers and students is used to decide what workshops, conferences, and program trainings the staff needs. The Principal, Staff Development Chair, and School Improvement Chair review this data to develop a comprehensive professional development plan for the school year.  This plan is constantly being reviewed and updated based on teacher needs and requests, as well as when information becomes available about an opportunity that matches our needs. Because we cannot possibly know the exact opportunities that will be sent to us before the new school year starts, the following are the areas in which we will focus our staff development funds:



  • mClass

  • Read to Achieve Training 3rd grade

  • Singapore Math

  • Google Classroom.

  • Wilson Fundations Reading K-1

















Support Page for High Quality and Ongoing Professional Development



Staff

Development Activity

Suppot Data and Identified Need

Evidence of Research

Type of Training/

Implementation and Follow-up Training

Evaluation method

Responsible

Staff

Budget

MTSS Training

District

NC State

In house PLC/training

Implementation and documentation

All teachers and Prncipal

District Initiative

Google Classroom

District

Certification

Regular Ed

Teacher Trainings

Daily implementation

Mrs. Wiseman

Title 1

Wilson

Fundations K-1

District

NC State

PLC

Implementation in K classroom

K-1 teachers

District Initiative

Singapore Math K-3

District

NC State

K3

Collaboration/grade levels

Implementation and documentation

K-3 teachers

District Initiative

Chromebooks 1:1


District

NC State

SWAT team

Continued

2-5 teachers/

media coordinator/tech facilitator

District Initiative/Title  I

Read to Achieve (3rd grade)

District

NC State

Collaboration with other 3rd grade teachers

Implementation and observation

3rd grade teacher

Title I




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Component E:  Highly Qualified Teacher Recruitment Strategies


  • Teaching is one of the top professions in this rural area.

  • Yancey County Commissioners provide a local supplement of $150.00 for classroom teachers.

  • Clearmont has received Honor School of Excellence, School of Distinction, and PBIS exemplar status as recent accolades.  

  • Positive, friendly working environment.




































Component F: Parent Involvement


  1. Parent Involvement Policy. Section 1118


We, the faculty and staff of Clearmont Elementary School, believe that all parents and families want the best for their children and acknowledge that research tells us that children do best when parents are enabled to play three key roles in their children’s learning:

  1. Teachers (helping children at home)

  2. Supporters (contributing their skill to the school)

  3. Decision-makers ( participating with the school in joint problem-solving)


We recognize parents as full partners with educators and administrators to achieve the best possible learning experience for each child.  A strong program of communication between home and school must be encouraged, continually evaluated, and maintained so the school and community are connected in meaningful and productive ways.


In order to institute and preserve this program of communication with parents and to facilitate and sustain parental involvement, we will:


  • Continue to involve parents in the joint development of the plan.


  • Build the school’s and parents’ capacities for strong parental involvement through collaborative school-parent planning, ongoing parent-school communication, and integration of parents into school activities. The school website, blackboard connect calling system, powerschool “parent portal” and class DoJo are used for communication. We will continue to invite parents to join us for special programs, Parent Nights, Awards Day, and will provide timely information through the use of our school web page.


  • Conduct, with the involvement of parents, an annual evaluation of the content and effectiveness of the parent involvement policy in improving the academic quality of Clearmont, including identifying barriers to greater participation of parents in authorized activities ( with particular attention to parents who are economically disadvantaged, are disabled, have limited English proficiency, have limited literacy, or are of any racial or ethnic minority background).


  • We will distribute the Parent Involvement Policy to parents of all of our students.  We will provide the policy in languages other than English to parents in an understandable and uniform format when necessary.


  • The 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program in 2017-2018 will continue to provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a standard in Math and Reading, as well as provide a means for parental involvement.


B.  Parental Involvement Plan


  • Convene an annual meeting during the first month of school (Parent Night/Open House), at a convenient time, to which all parents will be invited and encouraged to attend for the purpose of (a) informing parents of the school’s participation in the Title I program described in the NCLB legislation, (b) explaining the requirements of the Title I program, and (c) answering questions about the rights of parents to be informed about and involved in Title I.  This night will also give parents the opportunity to hear an overview of the teacher’s plans for the coming year, and give them the opportunity to ask the teacher questions about her class.


  • In the spring, we will involve parents in an organized, ongoing, and timely way in the planning, review, and improvement of Title I including the parent involvement plan.


  • Provide assistance to parents, as appropriate, in understanding such topics as the state’s academic content standards, state student academic achievement standards, state and local assessments, and how to monitor a children’s progress and work with educators to improve the achievement of their children.


  • The 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program in 2017-2018 will provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a standard in Math and Reading, as well as provide a means for parental involvement.



C. Selection process for policy review committee.


Clearmont has a small student population (110) with six regular classroom teachers, four support teachers and three teacher assistants. Due to the small size of the staff, all teachers are directly involved in school policy review and school improvement. All staff members are aware of school board policy concerning parental involvement.  Policy information is reviewed as deemed appropriate during staff meetings and at PTO meetings in order to inform and involve our parents. This policy was developed by the SIT team with input from other schools and presented to the principal and teachers for review.




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D. Annual Title I Meeting


Our annual meeting is held during the fall semester at the first Open House/Parent Night.  Parents are notified in writing of the meeting and the agenda includes information about Clearmont’s school-wide Title I program.  Parents are also notified of this meeting and the agenda through our BlackBoard Connect 5 automated calling system and through information posted on our school website.  


E. Parental Involvement


We have PTO meetings to inform parents and receive feedback from them about school activities. We will supply information to ESL or other non-English speaking parents in a language that the parents can understand.  Parents are notified in writing of the meetings and the agendas include information about Clearmont’s school-wide Title I program. Parents are also notified of this meeting through our automated calling system and through postings on our school website.  If meeting times are a problem for a parent, we reschedule an individual meeting at a more convenient time for them. The 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program in 2017-2018 will continue to provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a standard in Math and Reading, as well as provide a means for parental involvement.


F. School/Parent/Student Compact


     A copy of our School/Parent/Student Compact is contained in our Student Handbook that is given to students on the first day of school. The document is sent home annually for parents and students to review. Both parents and students sign this compact and return it to the Title I teacher. This document remains on file at the school.


G. Staff information regarding the value of parental involvement.


At the first teachers’ meeting at the beginning of each school year, the principal will review the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction’s parental involvement information. He will emphasize importance and value of parental involvement then review our program’s plan for documentation of parental involvement.


Staff meetings will include information pertaining to the 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program in 2017-2018.


H. Evaluation of planned parent involvement.

 

     The principal will evaluate parent involvement in a number of ways. A log of parent attendance at PTO meetings, MAGIC + after school program, community/school workdays, teacher/parent conferences, and PTO hosted movie/reading nights will be collected and filed. In addition, all written communication, telephone calls, and email toand from parents will be documented throughout each school year by teachers.


I.  Funding for Parental Involvement.


   Not less than 1% of district’s allocation shall be reserved for parent involvement activities. These funds will be used to provide other parent involvement meetings in order to improve parental attendance. Title I funds will provide resources for the Kindergarten Welcome Day, as well as the Kindergarten Academy. Title I funds will be used to help put together a parent information packet and student welcome bag. Materials have been purchased for our Parent Information Center in the school Media Center. This material is intended to provide support and information for parents to assist their child with academic needs.



Component G: Transition



  1. Kindergarten Transition


Clearmont’s kindergarten transition strategies are designed to create a smooth transition for students coming to us from early childhood programs. We have transition meetings with rising kindergarten parents. At these meetings, school and classroom rules including the attendance policy are reviewed and discussed with the parents. A list of classroom materials that the child will need is given to the parents. Information about the child including any identified special needs is obtained from the parents. We have special orientation day that entering kindergarteners and their parents may tour the school. The kindergarten teacher and principal, meet with representatives from the all area preschools to discuss incoming kindergarten students and special needs that they may have.


Our Kindergarten Academy during the summer targets incoming kindergarten students who have not had the benefit of a pre-school experience, but is open to all entering kindergarten.    

B. Fifth Grade Transition


The fifth grade transition is a collaborative effort with Cane River Middle School. During May, a transition meeting will take place in the evening for fifth grade students and their parents. At this meeting, parents will be given information about the 6th grade, meet the principal, faculty, and staff, and tour the school.  There will be guest speakers and faculty and staff will disseminate information about the courses, policies, activities, and other general topics about Cane River. Faculty and staff will answer any questions the students might have, reducing any fear or anxiety the students may be experiencing.




Component I: Instructional Activities



  1. Title I Instructional Activities. Section 1111(b)(1)


This upcoming year we will be using our Title I budget to pay a classroom teacher’s salary and to increase the Chromebooks 1:1 district initiative for 2nd grade students.     


  1. Meeting Student Needs.


In the K-3 classrooms, teachers will assess all students to determine their level of progress.  

If budget allocations permit for tutors, students whom are deemed at-risk at this time will receive remediation/enrichment twice weekly in reading and math.  


In the third grade classroom, the Read to Achieve initiative will continue, with the students receiving progress monitoring each Friday by the classroom teacher.  We will host a parent night for the third grade parents to inform them about this initiative.


The  21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program will continue to provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a standard in Math and Reading, as well as provide a means for parental involvement.




















Component J: Coordination and Integration of Services


A.  Collaborations with Federal, State, and Local services and programs.


Clearmont collaborates with several federal, state, and local services and programs. These programs assist us in providing the best possible learning and working environment for our students and teachers. We will continue to cooperate and collaborate with these programs to support the needs of our students. These programs include:


  1. Federal, State, and Local funds are utilized to purchase necessary equipment, pay salaries, and house our educational program.

  2. D.A.R.E. is a program that provides drug and alcohol awareness to fifth graders.  This program is provided by the Yancey County Sheriff’s Department.

  3. 4-H After-School Program

  4. NC Cooperative Extension Agency

  5. Mitchell-Yancey Partnership for Children

  6. TRAC provides important cultural opportunities for our students in art, music, dance, theatre, “subs with suitcases”, etc...

  7. The Yancey County Schools Foundation provides grant opportunities to our schools

  8. French Broad Electric Corporation provides the Bright Idea grant opportunities.

  9. Department of Social Services

  10. Western Regional Educational Service Alliance

  11. NC Department of Public Instruction

  12. Mission Children’s Health Service

  13. Yancey County Sheriff’s Department provides daily school walk-throughs to ensure school safety.

  14. Yancey History Association provides traveling trunks for school libraries to circulate through the year.    

  15. Smile North Carolina the mobile dentists

  16. Head Start programs

  17. Mountain Heritage High School partners with Yancey County Schools to reinforce their intern program for vocational education

  18. 21st Century Community Learning Center After-School M.A.G.I.C.+ program in 2017-2018 will continue to  provide targeted instruction to students not at a mastery for a standard in Math and Reading, as well as provide a means for parental involvement.

  19. Collaboration with cabbage farm for a “scholarship contest” (3rd grade)



TITLE I BUDGET

2017-2018

Budget is from the previous year


Title I (050)



2017-2018 Beginning Budget $44,171.34


Teacher position $41,180.66

5200-050-411  Instructional Supplies  $2,990.68


Parental Involvement    $441.71

























                                     VERIFICATION OF CONSULTATION


LEA :

YANCEY COUNTY SCHOOLS


LEA Code :

995


School :

CLEARMONT ELEMENTARY

SCHOOL



School Code :


320


Principal :


STUART JOLLEY



School Phone :


(828) 682-2337


Email :


sljolley@yanceync.net



School FAX :

(828) 682-6356






Street Address :

1175 CLEARMONT SCHOOL RD.










City/State/ZIP

BURNSVILLE, NC 28714










The school currently operates a Title I program under the following model:






X

School-wide


Targeted-Assistance


The school will operate a Title I program in the new project under the following model:






X

School-wide


Targeted-Assistance


Is the school currently in School Improvement or on the Watch List?



Yes



No




X








WL

SI1

SI2

CA

R1

R2

Watch List

School Improvement (Choice)

School Improvement (Choice/SES)

Corrective Action

Restructuring Planning

Restructuring Alternate Governance























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