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Community Council Minutes (2018-01-09)

Community Council Meeting, January 9, 2018, 5:30-6:45

Present:

Tracy Sutton, Carlene Sommer, Mary Jo Williams, Julie Farr, Jason Hyer, Dina Blue, Michelle Gerritsen, Phyllis Vudhivadhana, Shane Campbell, Ryan Gentry

Absent:

Alisa Buchanan 

Minutes:

•Review & Ratify Minutes

*Michelle Gerritsen, 1st.  Phyllis Vudivadhana, 2nd.  Motion passed unanimously.

•Standard Response Protocol (SRP) Presentation

by Layne Findlay, Weber School District Media Relations & School Safety

*National events shaped school safety policy and responses in our schools.

*Lockout -the threat is outside the school. School will lock all outside doors and no one is allowed to enter. Inside, the school functions as usual.

*Lockdown -the threat is inside the school. Classroom doors are locked, lights are turned off and students are placed in an area an intruder can’t see them (out of sight). Law enforcement then enters the school and clears the rooms one at a time. Teachers are not allowed to open their doors for any reason. Students on the playground are taken to a safe location.

*Evacuate -this is determined based on differing situations within the school, i.e. earthquakes, fire, inside HAZMAT situation, etc.

*Shelter -this is determined based on differing situations outside of the school. In some situations the rooms may need to be taped around the door frame to keep something out (usually a HAZMAT situation)

*District reunification process -parents are notified and told a time to retrieve their student. (Too many parents showing up in these situations cause problems for emergency responders to be efficient in dealing with the situation.) The district and law enforcement work together to reunite parents with their children in as efficient manner as possible. Parents must be on the district notification system and have identification (like a driver’s license) to pick up their child.

•Robotics Program 

*Parent arranged a meeting to discuss the option of an after school robotics program. The program presented was UTER. It is a lego based program and is available for 5th and 6th grade students. A teacher would be needed and a software volunteer would be provided.

*Questions: funding and how to choose participants.

*Mrs. Williams is in the process of investigating other robotics programs to see what would work for our school.

*Matt Patterson from the district will be invited to present on Project Lead The Way.

•Trustlands Plan (2017-2018)

*Costs are not as high as we predicted which has kept us within our budget.

-Chrome books/Cart $3700 
-Substitutes for PLC conference $1400
-At this point in the year $19,285 has been spent on aides’ salaries

•Trustlands Plan (2018-2019)

*Are the current allocations showing results?

-Response to Intervention (RTI) for math in grades 3-5 is progressing in a positive way and those teachers are seeing positive gains based on assessments. These won’t be quantified until the SAGE tests, but teachers are seeing encouraging behaviors and academic gains. High students are sent with an aide to work on computer programs or play problem solving games while students who need more work on specific skills are pulled into small groups for further specific practice/instruction.

-DIBELS will be this Thursday so we will be able to see student progress next month. We will see if cross age tutoring has helped our first grade students increase their reading proficiency. If improvements are occurring we will discuss continuing with some of the same allocations next year.

•Proposed Meeting Schedule for 2017-2018 school year

*March 13, April 17

Next meeting:

*February 13, 2018 @5:30 p.m. in the school library

-Agenda Items:

•Robotics Program
•DIBELS Results
•2017-2018 Budget
•2018-2019 Trustlands Plan

Meetings

2018-2019
  OCTOBER 09
        (agenda) (minutes)
  NOVEMBER 14
        (agenda) (minutes)
  JANUARY 09
        (agenda) (minutes)
  FEBRUARY 13
        (agenda) (minutes)
  MARCH 13
        (agenda) (minutes)
 APRIL 17
        (agenda) (minutes)
  MEMBERS
       (2018-2019)

*meetings start at 5:30 p.m.
*meeting is in the library
*the public is welcome

2017-2018
  OCTOBER 10
        (agenda) (minutes)
  NOVEMBER 14
        (agenda) (minutes)
  JANUARY 09
        (agenda) (minutes)
  FEBRUARY 13
        (agenda) (minutes)
  MARCH 13
        (agenda) (minutes)
 APRIL 17
        (agenda) (minutes)
  MEMBERS
       (2017-2018)

*meetings start at 5:30 p.m.
*meeting is in the library
*the public is welcome

2016-2017
  SEPTEMBER 27

        postponed to Oct. 11

  OCTOBER 11 @5:00 p.m.
        (agenda) (minutes)
  NOVEMBER 15
        (agenda) (minutes)
  JANUARY 10
        (agenda) (minutes)
  FEBRUARY 21
        (agenda) (minutes)
  MARCH 14
        (agenda) (minutes)
  MEMBERS
       (2016-2017)

*meetings start at 5:30 p.m.
*meeting is in the library
*the public is welcome

2015-2016
  SEPTEMBER 29
        (agenda) (minutes)
  OCTOBER 27
        (agenda) (minutes)
  DECEMBER 1
        (agenda) (minutes)
  JANUARY 12
        (agenda) (minutes)
  FEBRUARY 16
        (agenda) (minutes)
  MARCH 8
        (agenda) (minutes)
  MEMBERS
       (2015-2016)

*meetings start at 5:00 p.m.
*meeting is in the library
*the public is welcome

2014-2015
  SEPTEMBER 16 
        (agenda) (minutes)
  OCTOBER 28
        (agenda) (minutes)
  DECEMBER 9
        (agenda) (minutes)
  JANUARY 13
        (agenda) (minutes)
  FEBRUARY 17
        (agenda) (minutes)
  MARCH 24 (5:00 P.M.)
        (agenda) (minutes) 

*meetings start at 4:45 p.m.
*meeting is in the library
*the public is welcome 

 

2013-2014
  OCTOBER 3 
        (agenda) (minutes)
  NOVEMBER 7
        (agenda) (minutes)
  JANUARY 16
        (agenda) (minutes)
  FEBRUARY 20
        (agenda) (minutes)
  MARCH 20 
        (agenda) (minutes

*meetings start at 5:00 p.m.
*meeting is in the library
*the public is welcome