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1 SKCC Luncheon April 15, 2010

2 District Financial Summary

3 Current Budget

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5 Town Hall Meetings held January 12 & February total attendees Audience & survey comments/discussion –Uniforms –Locations –Mascots/Sports –Transportation –Staffing –Safety & Security Town Hall Meeting Summary – Class sizes – Student Programs – Text books – Technology – Curriculum & Instruction – Office/Building Reassessments

6 New Building Configurations

7 2010 – 2011 School Year Ruskin High School –10 th through 12 th Grade Hickman Mills 8 th & 9 th Grade Center –8 th & 9 th Grade Smith Hale 6 th & 7th Grade Center –6 th & 7 th Grade Ervin Administration Building –Administrative Staff –Other Staffing Freda Markley Early Childhood Center –New location opening at Bannister & Elm

8 Ruskin High School Staff & Students Chad Ryerson, Principal Raymond Harriston, Vice Principal John Herrerra, Vice Principal John Miller, Vice Principal Estimated Student Count –1,300 students Projected Number of Teachers –87 teachers

9 Hickman Mills 8th & 9 th Grade Center Staff & Students Jan Davis, Principal Gene Millentree, Vice Principal Mark Simpson, Vice Principal Dr. Bill Scully, Vice Principal Estimated Student Count –1,000 students Projected Number of Teachers –84 teachers

10 Smith-Hale 6 th & 7 th Grade Center Staff & Students Angie McConico, Principal Robbie Alexander, Vice-Principal Andrea Dixon, Vice-Principal Urban Ray, Vice-Principal Estimated Student Count –1,000 students Projected Number of Teachers –78 teachers

11 Star Academy (6 th - 12 th ) Staff & Students Paula Rodgers, Principal Dr. Terita McCauley, GED Options –Star Program –Day School –Transition –GED/Plato Estimated Student Count –48 students Projected Number of Teachers –9 teachers (does not include Day School)

12 Staffing Update

13 Missouri Statue (Chapter 168) was followed for staffing purposes

14 SPED Staffing Staffing is based on program needs State law Federal law Compliance Individual Education Programs (IEP) IDEA

15 SPED Current Staffing 38 teachers 4 lead teachers 2010 – 2011 Proposed Staffing: –34 teachers –3 lead teachers

16 Building Update

17 8800 Blue Ridge District occupies 12,993 sq. ft. Special Services, Grants, Security and Curriculum and Instruction Staff $117, paid annually Utilities and maintenance are paid

18 Buildings and Grounds Located at 4005 Martha Truman Road Interest expressed by outside vendor to lease the space Relocate B & G to a district facility

19 Baptiste Educational Center 5401 East 103 rd Street Early Childhood and Parents as Teachers, GED/Plato Program, CODE (Gifted Education), Nutrition services, Technology, STAR Academy (over-aged 8-9 grade students), Transition Program (6-12 graders), Day Treatment Program

20 Recommendations for Baptiste Educational Center Early Childhood – New Structure Fall 2010 CODE – Recommendation to Relocate STAR Academy (Day, Transition, STAR, GED/Plato) Nutrition Services - TBD Technology - TBD

21 Plans for Support Staff Location Reassignment Curriculum & Instruction Special Services Buildings & Grounds Nutrition Services Technology Residency Security Grants & Special Projects Print Shop

22 Focus Groups

23 Facilitation of Focus Groups Students Parents Community Patrons Questions for Students: –What do you think is the most exciting thing about the schools combining? –What questions do you have about the schools combining?

24 Moving Plan Personnel Contracts Extra-duty Assignments Student Schedules Additional District Boundaries Signage/Stationary Next Steps


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