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Preston School Board Meeting December 3rd, 2014 Superintendent Report If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.

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1 Preston School Board Meeting December 3rd, 2014 Superintendent Report If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.

2  Mission: To provide all students with the academic and social knowledge and skills needed for life-long success in a changing world.  Vision: The Preston School District believes that in the partnership with parents and the community our schools will provide appropriate opportunities for all learners to reach their academic and social potential in a safe and supportive environment Mission & Vision Statements

3  The Law Reads:  * “Such premiums shall be valid for the fiscal year for which the premiums are made and shall be made for one (1) or more of the following reasons as identified as leadership priorities by the board of trustees:  * a) Providing instruction in a subject in which the employee holds a content area master’s degree;  * b) Teaching a course in which students earn both high school and college credit;  * c) Teaching a course to middle school students for which the students earn both middle school and high school credit;  * d) Holding and providing service in multiple nonadministrative certificate or subject endorsement areas;  * e) Serving in an instructional area designated as hard to fill by the board of trustees;  * f) Providing mentoring, peer assistance, or professional development pursuant to section (17), Idaho Code.  * g) Having received professional development in career and academic counseling, and then providing career or academic counseling for students, with such services incorporated within or provided in addition to the teacher’s regular classroom duties;  * h) Other leadership duties designated by the board of trustees, exclusive of student activities or athletics. Such duties would require that the employee work additional time as a condition of the receipt of the leadership premium. Leadership Incentives Pilot

4  Teacher rankings from survey monkey are on next slide.

5  a) Providing instruction in a subject in which the employee holds a content area master’s degree; 2  * b) Teaching a course in which students earn both high school and college credit; 6  * c) Teaching a course to middle school students for which the students earn both middle school and high school credit; 8  * d) Holding and providing service in multiple non-administrative certificate or subject endorsement areas; 4  * e) Serving in an instructional area designated as hard to fill by the board of trustees; 5  * f) Providing mentoring, peer assistance, or professional development pursuant to section (17), Idaho Code. 1  * g) Having received professional development in career and academic counseling, and then providing career or academic counseling for students, with such services incorporated within or provided in addition to the teacher’s regular classroom duties; 7  * h) Other leadership duties designated by the board of trustees, exclusive of student activities or athletics. Such duties would require that the employee work additional time as a condition of the receipt of the leadership premium3

6  Idaho System for Educational Excellence: Longitudinal data system. Information about students that will transfer with them when students transfer to different Idaho school districts. In order to receive funding, all Idaho districts are asked:  Student Data:  86 fields of student demographics  9 fields of student attendance data  13 fields on type of schedule  44 fields for SpEd students  54 fields for student test results  24 fields for student discipline  112 fields for staff demographics  30 fields for staff assignments ISEE Reports of Student Data

7  Pursuant to section , Idaho Code, each School District and Public Charter School is required to adopt and implement the model policy approved by the State Board of Education, to assure that individual student educational information is treated safely and securely and in a consistent manner throughout the state. Policy Student Data Privacy and Security

8  https://www.sde.idaho.gov/site/isee/requiredData.htm https://www.sde.idaho.gov/site/isee/requiredData.htm Required Data Collection

9 Preschool (SpEd) Kindergarten Elementary1, , , Secondary Exceptional Total ADA2, , , SpEd Students Attendance Report

10  K-12 Alignment  Spanish Rotation  Honors Classes 6-12  College Prep Elective  P.R. Strategic Plan Report

11  All students enrolled at Preston High School are required to be enrolled in 6 of the 7 available class periods and to be continuously enrolled through graduation. Students requesting more than one release time are required make a written request to the Superintendent. Students meeting graduation requirements early are required enroll in enrichment classes (electives) or online classes to take advantage of State initiatives to fund dual credit or other college credit classesuntil that time when their class graduates. Policy Review: Student Course Load Requirements

12  Boys Basketball – Elko, NV Dec. 5 & 6 Logan, UT Dec. 12 Girls Baskeball -Bear River, UTDec Bear River, UTJan. 28 Wrestling -Morgan, UTDec. 12 & 13 Sky View H.S.Jan Out of State Travel

13  Date?  Amount?  Training? Plant Facility Levy Discussion

14  Jan. 21, 2015  Time? ISBA Training


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