In attendance: Rachel Pena, Mac McCann, Jen Stitt, Jeanette Dummer, Pamela Brown, Lindsay Butrum, Janette Pasaye, Mindy Robison, Divya Nagpal, Amy Skelton, Tamara Taysom, Mont Millerberg, and Shelley Allen
- Welcome – Pamela Brown
- Approval of December Minutes – Pamela Brown
Motion to approve the minutes: Jeanette Dummer
Second: Tamara Taysom
- PTSA Report – Lindsay Butrum
PTSA website: https://sites.google.com/view/midvaleptsa/home
Meeting next Wednesday, January 12
Fundraiser coming up. Look for an email. It will be an online fundraiser.
- Community School Facilitator Report – Mindy Robison
Holiday Support 2021
Supported over 75 families, a little over 210 kids.
Families were given essential items: Laundry detergent and dish soap,
large food bags, hygiene items for each child, a family game, and gift card
Thank you to everyone who helped support our school
Donors: Registered Physical Therapists of Utah, KSL’s Quarters for Christmas, Communities in the Sandy, Draper, American Fork areas. And many individuals from our own community including teachers, staff and their families
- MYP (Middle Years Programme) Update – Shelley Allen
TOP BRICCCK Focus: Reflective Thinkers
Statement of Inquiry: Reflective thinking helps us self manage the zones of
Service Goal: Teach others about the zones of regulation.
- Counselors Report – Amy Skelton
Reviewing RI/MI scores and moving students into intervention classes as needed for next quarter.
Registration for the 2022-2023 School Year
Tuesday, February 1st – Upcoming 6th Graders
9 – 11 a.m. Upcoming 6th Graders Orientation
6 – 7:30 p.m. Parent/Student Evening Orientation
Cards due February 4th
Thursday, February 3rd – Upcoming 7th and 8th Graders
2nd period upcoming 7th grader Orientation
3rd period upcoming 8th grader Orientation
Cards due February 8th
- TSI Update (Targeted School for Improvement) – Mindy Robison
African American (Blacks)
Students with Disabilities
*Goal is to increase growth and proficiency on the RISE test
*Action plan is being revised
*Focused on Reading Inventory (RI) and Math Inventory (MI) growth
*Intervention courses (Read 180 and Math 180)
*Small group instruction in all classes
Proposed Action Steps for all disaggregated populations:
- Support teachers implementing small group instruction, to provide more focused instruction
- Provide the data for students, teachers, and parents on RI and MI with expected growth
- Provide Intervention Courses (Math 180/Read 180)
- Provide interventionists to support classroom instruction, small group instructions, & individualized supports
- Focus on the mindset of learning
- Provide a study skills course to help students with basic skills for academic success
- Provide high-quality after school programming focused on academic growth and enrichment
- Ensure a positive climate focused on rewarding students for growth
- Provide students access to System 44
- Provide Newcomer classes to support students new to the country
- Provide peer support by combing newcomer and Latinos in Action students
- Provide co-teaching to reinforce vocabulary and language acquisition
- TSSP (Plans for this year) – Mindy Robison
This is our current TSSP plan:
Literacy: Performance Goal
75% of students will meet or exceed expected growth on the Reading Inventory (RI) during the current school year.
Math: Performance Goals
- 60% of students will meet or exceed expected growth rates on the Mathematics Inventory (MI) during the current school year.
- 80% of the formal and informal observations during the current school year will have a positive to corrective feedback ratio of at least 3:1.
- By May of 2021, student connectivity and wellness will increase as measured by improved scores from the pre and post wellness survey through implementation of after school programming, counseling supports and the social emotional curriculum.
2021 Student – Survey Results
Three Highest Scores:
1- I know an adult at my school that I can talk with if I need help.
2- My school sets clear rules for behavior.
3- Adults at my school treat me with respect.
Three Lowest Scores:
1- At my school, students are recognized for following the school rules.
2- My school is a place where I feel safe.
3- I like my school.
2021 Parent – Survey Results
Three Highest Scores:
1- Staff members are respectful toward parents.
2- This school communicates effectively with me.
3- I feel welcome at this school.
Three Lowest Scores:
1- I feel my child is safe at this school.
2- I am pleased with how this school supports my child’s emotional well-being.
3- I am pleased with how much my child is learning at this school.
Suggested to create a system for students and parents to give feedback
throughout the school year. This might be a good thing to work on this
- Update on TSSP Grants – Mindy Robison
01/07: Grants due at 3:00 p.m.
01/14: SCC Parents/Admin review and prioritize grants
01/28: Teachers notified of approvals
02/01: Begin purchasing
Mindy will send out the grant proposals by Tuesday, January 11 for SCC members that want to help in the approval process.
Nominations for Teacher of the Year are now being accepted until February 4th.
- Adjourn – Pamela Brown
Motion to adjourn: Lindsay Butrum
Second: Mac McCann
Next Meeting is February 2nd @5:30