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District initiatives

2020

  • $4300 towards Hot Spot monthly fees for students with connectivity issues.

  • $3000 towards touchscreen computers for students with limited dexterity.

  • $30,000 Gr. 6 -12 600 hours of paid time for the development of hybrid lessons.

  • $16,500 Gr. K-12 Asynchronous content development for ELA and Science.

  • $5,000 Bridge to College Program MSHS, Two Rivers.

  • $2,000 Seal of Bi-literacy testing support.

Total: $60,800 

District initiatives

2019

  • AVID - $15,000  (Advancement Via Individual Determination)

  • Middle School Math - $15,000 ($5000/school) 

  • Library Support For Middle Schools (New SMS, Re-vamp CKMS) - $30,000 

  • CTE/STEM High School course materials (Bio-Medical Science, Welding) - $16,000

  • K-2 Coding software, course materials - $6,000 ($1000/school)

  • Career Exploration partnerships with SVCN - $2,000

Total: $84,000 

School District initiatives supported through the years 

Hot Spot support for students with connectivity issues and touchscreen computers for students with limited dexterity.

 

Development of hybrid lessons for Grades 6 - 12 and development of asynchronous content for ELA and Science for Grades K - 12.

 

Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) - internationally-recognized, college-readiness program for eligible middle school and high school students.

Literacy for Life - reading support groups, a volunteer reading buddy program, and a literacy coordinator. Elementary Reading Differentiation. 

Math Intervention at every middle school helps students master the skills needed to advance to progressively more challenging math courses.

TEALS (Technology Education and Literacy in Schools) at Mt. Si High School - opportunity to explore computer science and to learn programming skills working with seasoned Microsoft professionals in the classroom.

IXL Learning Math Tools - elementary school students learn to love math while they practice and play with math skills through games.

Foreign language learners at the middle school level throughout the district benefit from anytime‐anywhere access to Rosetta Stone lessons and tools available online.

Elementary Schools Music Program.