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Valley View Elementary 

Community Council Meeting
October 6, 2021 3:00

Members in attendance:

Phil Nestoryak
Nancy Fulmer
Kaitlin Hunt
David Craig
Perry Mills 

Members absent:
Tricia Chatlin

  • Welcome - Mr. Nestoryak welcomed everyone. 
  • Council Roles - Mr. Nestoryak shared with everyone the https://www.google.com/url?q=https://schools.utah.gov/schoollandtrust&source=gmail&ust=1636637058215000&usg=AOvVaw3YfHKXLORCSt24Swv5VGPo">LAND Trust website and resources that can be found there. 
  • Current plan - Mr. Nestoryak shared with everyone https://www.google.com/url?q=https://schoollandtrust.schools.utah.gov/publicschoolplan?endingSchoolYear%3D2022%26schoolDistrict%3D1050%26schoolId%3D1080%26schoolNumber%3D158&source=gmail&ust=1636637058216000&usg=AOvVaw0tsNdPi0EEMxK_ab4F4oNp">the current plan that is being implemented. Mr. Mills asked a question about the amount of funds specifically supporting reading (goal #1) compared to math (goal #2) Mr. Nestoryak clarified that the majority of the funds go towards paying for aide salaries and the majority of their time is spent on reading intervention and enrichment. Mr. Nestoryak also explained that other funding sources also support mathematics schoolwide. Such as personalized learning software licensing, teacher training, manipulatives, and other instructional materials. Mr. Craig asked about goals and data and Mrs. Fuller and Mr. Nestoryak explained that in future meetings we would share data and student progress and we look at our most critical academic needs. Mr. Nestoryak also spoke about https://www.google.com/url?q=https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kR4h8hc4EmMlMV-loAa9LqJ60tnl3zbl/view?usp%3Dsharing&source=gmail&ust=1636637058216000&usg=AOvVaw2V1DuVGxkKrt7cH5hRSQyR">appropriate expenditures and what would not be allowed. 
  • First of year video - We watched https://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.phillipsvideopost.com/approval/TL_Paula/Utah's%2520Education%2520Endowment.mp4&source=gmail&ust=1636637058216000&usg=AOvVaw3YBEzQBkswK4_RTLG6RB3z">this video about how funds are generated, the purpose of councils, and about the community councils. 
  • CIPA - The Children's Internet Protection Act (CIPA) requires yearly internet safety instruction with all students. Mr. Nestoryak shared that WSD uses https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.commonsense.org/education/digital-citizenship&source=gmail&ust=1636637058216000&usg=AOvVaw0cITf_cHH5DLs4U-jzWnKQ">Common Sense Media lessons and that an aide instructs all our students using https://www.google.com/url?q=https://nearpod.com/&source=gmail&ust=1636637058216000&usg=AOvVaw2CbUn4L_-IhVWExRnXmdI7">Nearpod.
  • Timeline - a https://www.google.com/url?q=https://drive.google.com/file/d/1U5mDW7gIKzN1-sIfJY00ln1bc4eY2Ecv/view?usp%3Dsharing&source=gmail&ust=1636637058216000&usg=AOvVaw0MgqInv2jh6dtfw8d3LOx-">timeline for completing the plan was discussed.
  • Future dates/times - Everyone was fine with the schedule of meetings for the year. Mr. Nestoryak mentioned that joining virtually will always be an option. Council meetings are open to the public, anyone is welcome to attend, however, only council members vote. Mr. Nestoryak motioned to end the meeting at 3:40 and Mr. Craig seconded. 

Valley View Elementary 

Community Council Meeting
October 6, 2021

Members:

Phil Nestoryak - principal
Nancy Fulmer - school employee
Tricia Chatlin - parent (chair)
Kaitlin Hunt - parent (vice-chair)
David Craig - parent 
Perry Mills - parent

  • Welcome
  • Council Roles
  • Current plan - expenditures
  • First of year training video
  • CIPA
  • Timeline
  • Future dates/times

Feb. 17, 2021 Minutes

Valley View Elementary 
Community Council Meeting
Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2021 Minutes


Council Members Present:
Phil Nestoryak
Nancy Fulmer
Kaitlan Hunt
Tricia Chatlin
Lea Belnap
Sarah Storey

Council Members Absent:
(all were present)

The meeting came to order at 3:02. The information below was presented by Mr. Nestoryak and reviewed by the council. The proposed LAND Trust plan as written was presented. Nancy proposed that the council vote to approve the plan, Tricia seconded and all members of the council voted in favor of the plan. The proposed TSSA Plan was also reviewed by the council. The meeting ended at 3:32 pm.

Allocation for 2021 school year - $55,399.00
Carryover                                  $3,690.00
TOTAL                                    $59,089.00
 
Budgeted LAND Trust Plan
PLTW---------- $2000.00
Teacher PD--- $3000.00
Tech----------- $10,000.00
Aides----------- $40,000.00
TOTAL-------- $55,000.00
 
Expenses so far from the School Land Trust Fund:
Aide Salaries------------------------- $13,037.25
Teacher PD/substitutes------------- $856.00
for child study/ teacher observation             
Lease of Chromebooks---------------$10,000.00
PLTW Grade Level Kits---------------$2,077.50
Chromebook Charging Cart----------$1842.00
TOTAL-------------------- $27,812.75

Middle of Year DIBELs test results Kindergarten - 3rd grade so far this year (2020-2021)
SCHOOL TOTALS - 201 students
60% made Typical, Above or Well Above Typical GROWTH
39 students Well Above Typical Growth - 19%
39 students Above Typical Growth - 19%
45 students Typical Growth - 22%
38 students Below Typical Growth - 19%
40 students Well-Below Typical Growth - 20%
RISE 2019.JPG

SCHOOL LAND TRUST PLAN 2022 - Valley View Elem
Funding Estimate for 2022 = $49,439.00 Estimated carryover = $5,000.00 = ($54,439.00 total) (ONLY 10%  carryover allowed, $5,479.00 max)
Goal #1

75% of students in kindergarten to 3rd grade will show typical to well above typical growth according to the pathways of progress on the end-of-year DIBELs assessment.  
Academic Area
Reading
Measurements
The DIBELs assessment will be used to determine how much growth our students make from BOY to EOY.
Action Plan Steps
  1. Reading aides provide small group and individual reading intervention/enrichment for kindergarten through third grade. ($40,000.00)
Goal #2
45% of students in 3rd - 6th grade will be proficient on the end-of-year state math assessment.  
Academic Area
Math
Measurements
End of year state math assessment.
Action Plan Steps
  1. Personalized learning software to assist in individualizing instruction & providing digital resources to teachers, students, & parents. ($10,000.00)
  2. Professional development & substitutes for collaborative team meetings. ($4000.00)
Funding Changes
Any increase in distribution will be used toward supplemental programs, time for teacher collaboration & training, and enhancements in technology.
Teacher and Student Success - TSSA 2022
Funding Estimate for 2022 - $50,000.00 Estimated carryover = $11,000.00 = $61,000.00 total
Goal #1

75% of students in kindergarten to 3rd grade will show typical to well above typical growth according to the pathways of progress on the end-of-year DIBELs assessment.  
Academic Area
Reading
Measurements
The DIBELs assessment will be used to determine how much growth our students make from BOY to EOY.
Action Plan Steps
  1. Paraprofessionals will provide small group and individual intervention/enrichment. ($30,000.00)
Goal #2
45% of students in 3rd - 6th grade will be proficient on the end-of-year state math assessment.  
Academic Area
Math
Measurements
End of year state math assessment.
Action Plan Steps
  1. Chromebooks for every student. ($11,500.00)
  2. PLTW online access. ($1000.00)
  3. Schoolwide technology enhancements ($14,350)
Goal #3
Use Panorama software to show an increase in the social-emotional health of our students

Goal #3 Action Step
  1. Panorama software will be used to provide data and support social-emotional wellbeing 3rd-6th grade ($250.00)
  2. District Mental Health Specialist will be hired to provide therapy to our students ($3,900.00)
Funding Changes
Any increase in distribution will be used toward supplemental programs, time for teacher collaboration & training, and enhancements in technology.
Jan. 13, 2021 Minutes
Valley View Elementary 
Community Council Meeting
Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2021 - 3:00
 
Council Members Present:
Phil Nestoryak
Nancy Fulmer
Kaitlan Hunt
Tricia Chatlin

Council Members Absent:
Lea Belnap
Sarah Storey

The meeting came to order at 3:00. Summary was given by Mr. Nestoryak of what was budgeted: 
Budgeted

PLTW     -   $2000.00
Teacher PD   -   $3000.00
Tech     -  $10,000.00
Aides    -  $40,000.00

TOTAL  - $55,000.00
and expenses so far:
$55,399.00 - Allocation for 2021 school year
  $3,690.00 - Carry over
$59,089.00 - TOTAL

$2,077.50 - PLTW Grade level kits
   $856.00 - Teacher PD/Student Success
$1842.00 - Chromebook Charging Cart
$13,037.25 - Aide Salaries
$10,000.00 - Lease of Chromebooks
$27,812.75  - TOTAL
MOY DIBELs were shared by Mr. Nestoryak: 
DIBELs MOY.JPG
Interactive Panels to replace current SMART Boards and projectors were also discussed:
The new interactive panels that tech services found are Newline. A few techs have told me, in the long run, it's more cost-effective to go with the interactive panels if you need to replace both the projector and smartboard. https://www.google.com/url?q=https://newline-interactive.com/usa/products/rs-series-interactive-touch-display/&source=gmail&ust=1614087156425000&usg=AFQjCNHU53PNdWapiKSP4rKrMQaqshkLuQ">The Newline interactive boards are about $1000.00 less than the new https://www.google.com/url?q=https://www.smarttech.com/en/products/education-displays&source=gmail&ust=1614087156425000&usg=AFQjCNHgCh3Cg6JkA5D3fxfS9hQ6k69-aQ">SMART panels. To replace an interactive board it costs about $3000.00 for a 75" and $4000.00 for an 86."
Proposed goals:
45% of students in 3rd - 6th grade will be proficient on the end-of-year state math assessment.  

The meeting ended at 3:45

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