Community Council

Parent involvement is very important to student academic achievement. By serving on the school council, parents have the opportunity to collaborate with other parents, teachers and the principal to set and achieve school goals. Parents are rewarded with a better understanding of the educational process and have the opportunity to develop relationships with school leadership. A parent always serves as chair of the council. Parents make up the majority of the council and are often the driving force in how School LAND Trust funds are spent.


La participación de los padres es muy importante para el logro académico del estudiante. Al servir en el consejo de la escuela, los padres tienen la oportunidad de colaborar con otros padres, maestros y el director para establecer y alcanzar las metas de la escuela. Los padres son recompensados con una mejor comprensión del proceso educativo y tienen la oportunidad de desarrollar relaciones con el liderazgo escolar. Un padre siempre sirve como presidente del consejo. Los padres constituyen la mayoría del consejo y son a menudo la fuerza impulsora en cómo se gastan los fondos fiduciarios de la escuela LAND.


COMMUNITY COUNCIL MEMBERS

NameEmailPhonePosition
Anna Erickson
801-675-5488Chair
Mike Ovesonovajamaica@gmail.org801-440-9249Co-Chair
Vickie Eddyeddyv@ogdensd.orgStaff Member

Staff Member
Mike Ovesonovjamaica@gmail.com(801) 440-9249Parent Member
Amber Johnajdwf00@gmail.comParent Member

Parent Member
Anna Ericksonericksonaj@gmail.comParent Member
Beverly Jensonjensonb@ogdensd.org801-737-8952Principal

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School Land Trust Annual Summary

Taylor Canyon: Land Trust Final Report 2016-2017

Taylor Canyon School Land Trust Final Report for 2016-2017

Taylor Canyon focused on support programs, technology, and training for teachers that focused directly on student access and support for academic improvement in Math, Language Arts and Science. Action steps put into place are described below:

  • Math and Reading support programs were put into place and training for teachers was held:
    • ALEKS math support program was implemented and used by 5th and 6th grade students as outlined by District;
    • ST Math support program was implemented for K-4 grade students which was one of the Math programs approved by the District for use;
    • LEXIA reading support program was implemented and used by Kindergarten through 6th grade students as approved by the District for use.
  • Structured after-school intervention program was set for grades 3-6 – extra services paid for licensed teacher to work with students. Grades 5-6 met two days a week and grades 3-4 met two days a week. Other teachers also held before- and after-school tutoring for individual or small groups of students.
  • Portion of salary for licensed Drama teacher paid. Structured collaboration with teachers to extend Language Arts concepts put into place.
  • Technology was purchased to give students more access to support programs for all subjects and to prepare for District and State assessments
    • 51 Chromebooks were purchased
    • 3 charging carts were purchased
    • 10 laptops were purchased
  • Replaced four projectors in classrooms to support instruction
  • Supplies to support instruction
    • Purchased paper and printer ink to print math lessons, activities, and assignments.

Measurements:

  • 16-17: SAGE Math proficiency = 53%; SAGE Math growth = 37%
  • 16-17: SAGE English Language Arts proficiency = 59%; SAGE English Language Arts growth = 39%
  • 16-17: SAGE Science proficiency = 65%; SAGE Science growth = 44%

Taylor Canyon: Land Trust Final Report 2015/2016

Taylor Canyon: Land Trust Final Report Summary 2015-2016

Goals: Taylor Canyon Elementary will improve student academic achievement in Math, Language Arts and Science by providing interventions and extensions for students who have been identified as needing these supports. Taylor Canyon Elementary will have 8% more students score proficient on the state's SAGE testing in Mathematics, Language Arts and Science from the 2015 to the 2016 school year.

Achievement: Math SAGE Proficiency: 2015 = 51% 2016 = 52% - an increase of 23 students reaching proficiency 4th grade - proficiency = 51% - growth 31% 5th grade - proficiency = 34% - growth 40% 6th grade - proficiency = 48% - growth 65%

Language Arts SAGE Proficiency: 2015 = 58% 2016 = 56% 4th grade - proficiency = 51% - growth 53% 5th grade - proficiency = 59% - growth 61% 6th grade - proficiency 55% - growth 57%

Science SAGE Proficiency: 2015 = 55% 2016 = 51% 5th grade - proficiency = 55% - growth 49% 6th grade - proficiency = 48% - growth 41%

Action Steps:

  • MobyMax and RazKids programs purchased
  • Identification of students needing interventions and/or extensions - intervention structures put in place, as well as, extension opportunities
  • Chromebooks purchased enabling the use of technology in each classroom a minimum of one hour a day
  • Engineering and Mathematics kits purchased for use in all teachers’ classrooms.

Total Available for Expenditure in 2015-2016 $34,137 Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200) $11,404 Employee Benefits (200) $3,892 Professional and Technical Services (300) $1,918 General Supplies (610) $15,169

Total Expenditures $32,383

RemainingFunds (Carry-Over to 2016-2017) $2,034 N/A $1,754

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