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1 EXP Instructional Extension Program Cherokee County School District

2 ExP – Defined  A State-funded instructional program  Beyond the regular school day  Addresses academic needs of low- performing students

3 Delivery Models  After- school  Before -school  During lunch  Saturday school  Inter-session classes; school breaks  Tutorial programs  Summer School – As funding allows

4 Essential Components  State certified teaching staff  Teacher to student ratio:  No more than 1-18  Georgia Performance Standards Instruction  Address academic needs in one or more:  Reading, Language Arts, Math, Science, SS

5 Student Identification  Specific criteria to consider ~  Two qualifiers = At Risk/Low Performing  State testing  RTI/SST  easyCBM  Retained  Low class performance  Teacher documentation  Parent Request (as evaluated/approved)  Parent permission must be obtained

6 Instructional Strategies  Best Practices prevail !  Direct instruction  Small group  Guided reading  One-on-one  Successmaker/Study Island/Computer support programs  Read 180/System 44/etc.  Coach Book support  Differentiated plans  Technology based instruction  Manipulatives  Homework? Study Hall? - MONITORED/SUPPORTED !

7 Funding Utilization  No cost to eligible students  Schools receive funding via a pre- determined formula/per pupil  Teachers are paid at rate of $30/hour  May use up to 15% of funds for transportation  Materials/ Snacks – Local funds

8 Time Sheets/ Teacher Pay  Teachers paid on the last day of the month  Time must be recorded in “ 15 minute ” segments  Time sheets must be submitted within 30 days of time worked  Student sign-in and roster must be maintained  School site documentation of “during day” instructional hours/make-up  Keep copies of time sheets  Adhere to payroll time line provided

9 Timeline  Funding / Allotments = August  September start date  May completion date  Varies by school/need Form #1 /Funding Worksheet – Due by: September 13, 2013 Form #2 /Student referral – Maintained at School Site Form #3/ Program Effectiveness May 16 th, 2014 (See Form #2)

10 Forms, Documents, Deadlines Student Sign In Sheet

11 Forms, Documents, Deadlines: Expenditure of Funding

12 Form 1: Funding Worksheet & Program Schedule Due September 13 th – School Document Libraries

13 Forms, Documents, Deadlines: Time Sheets

14 Forms, Documents, Deadlines: Form 2: Elementary To be kept at school site

15 Forms, Documents, Deadlines: Form 2: Middle School To be kept at school site

16 Forms, Documents, Deadlines: Form 2: High Schools To be kept at school site

17 Forms, Documents, Deadlines: Form 3: Program Effectiveness Due: May 16, 2014

18 Logistics…  CCSD Curriculum Intranet  Shared Documents  School Document Libraries  Susan McCarthy – Director of School Improvement  General questions  Sonia Swanson – Secretary, School Improvement  Time Sheets  Budget related questions

19 Preview of Web-Based Program  Goal – Standardize all time sheets, student rosters and student data  Create reports to reflect student data:  By Date  By Subject  By Name  Any individual record Heather Nelson – CCSD Tech

20 Feedback Needed


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