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

Chair: Rachel Trotter Email: rtrotter16@yahoo.com Phone: 801-941-2904

Vice Chair: Megan Wright Email: Roofus300@yahoo.com Phone: 801-317-4699

Secretary: Laurie Pickett Email: greglaurie@yahoo.com Phone: 801-388-1176 

Staff Member: Earl Gardner Email: gardnere@ogdensd.org Phone: 801-737-8332

Parent Member: Maren Baumgartner Email: maren@creighton.edu Phone: 801-458-2410

Parent Member: SueAnn Burton Email: sueannkburton@gmail.com Phone: 801-814-1935

Parent Member: Paul Byrd Email: oskar7a@aol.com Phone: 801-721-4075

Parent Member: Alissa Hunter Email: alisa@hunter.org Phone: 801-941-1091

Parent Member: Kate Peery Email: kpdidders@gmail.com Phone: 801-792-1511

Parent Member: Robyn Stark Email: djsrms@hotmail.com Phone: 801-622-5808

Parent Member: Brittany Weston Email: brittweston@hotmail.com Phone: 801-721-9224

Principal: Shannon Wilcox Email: wilcoxs@ogdensd.org Phone: 801-737-8301

 
Rules of Order and Procedure
Parent Involvement
Funding Allocation
 
 


 

 

Principal Assurance

School Land Trust Annual Summary

Final Report 2013-2014 - Land Trust

Polk EL Final Report 2013-2014

Financial Proposal and Report - This report is automatically generated from the School Plan entered in the spring of 2013 and from the District Business Administrator's data entry of the School LAND Trust expenditures in 2013-2014.

Available Funds Planned Expenditures (entered by the school) Actual Expenditures (entered by the District Business Administrator) Carry-Over from 2012 - 2013 $9,225 $13,633 Distribution for 2013 - 2014 $21,573 $27,709 Total Available for Expenditure in 2013 - 2014 $30,798 $41,342 Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200) $14,309 $10,872 Professional and Technical Services (300) $2,400 $3,470 Repairs and Maintenance (400) $0 $0 Other Purchased Services (Admission and Printing) (500) $0 $0 Travel (580) $0 $0 General Supplies (610) $11,087 $14,245 Textbooks (641) $0 $0 Library Books (644) $1,000 $991 Periodicals, AV Materials (650-660) $0 $0 Software (670) $0 $0 Equipment (Computer Hardware, Instruments, Furniture) (730) $0 $0 Total Expenditures $28,796 $29,578 Remaining Funds (Carry-Over to 2014 - 2015) $2,002 $11,764 ITEM A - Report on Goals Goal #1 Polk Elementary will increase the number of students who are at benchmark by 10%. Identified academic area(s). Reading This was the action plan. 1. In PLC's, teachers will review DIBELS and End of Level results to determine each students proficiency in Reading. 2. The students at Polk Elementary will take the DIBELS assessment in September to determine if they are on grade level. The same benchmark test will be given in January and May to measure progress. 3. Students will receive monthly progress monitoring to determine if they are making progress and determine if interventions are needed/successful in closing the achievement gap. 4. Students who are not at grade level will receive small group instruction/intervention. 5. Teachers will collect and monitor student data weekly/monthly during their Professional Learning Community meetings. Please explain how the action plan was implemented to reach this goal. All the students at Polk Elementary took the DIBELS reading assessment in September, January and May to determine if they were on grade level. Students received monthly progress monitoring to determine if they were making progress between the benchmark assessments. Individual student data was collected. Students who were not showing growth received small group interventions to help close the achievement gap. Teachers review data and adjusted instruction during their weekly PLC meetings. This is the measurement identified in the plan to determine if the goal was reached. As measured by DIBELS, Polk Elementary will increase the number of students who are at benchmark by 10% according to the Nonsense Word Fluency (NWF) section of the DIBELS assessment in Kindergarten and 1st grade. The Oral Reading Fluency (ORF) section of the DIBELS assessment will be the measure in 2-6 grades. Please show the before and after measurements and how academic performance was improved. The following is the DIBELS Data for the 2013-2014 school year. Nonsense Word Fluency Grade Level Beginning of the Year End of the Year Kindergarten 78% 70% First Grade 69% 82% DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency Grade Level Beginning of the Year End of the Year Second Grade 60% 60% Third Grade 61% 61% Fourth Grade 63% 62% Fifth Grade 48% 52% Sixth Grade 76% 72% The amounts, categories and descriptions of expenditures planned to implement this goal are listed here: Amount Category Description 14309 Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200) Two 3 hour (15 hours per week) Staff Assistants will be hired to provide small group instruction/interventions to students who are not at grade level. ($7154.12 per staff assistant) 2400 Professional and Technical Services (300) One AmeriCorp Coordinator will be hired to facilitate the "Read Today" tutoring program. This program will bring in volunteers to assist students with basic reading skills. ($2400.00) 1000 Library Books (644) Library Books will be purchased to provide students with a wide genre of reading opportunities. ($1000.00) Please describe the expenditures made to implement this goal as identified in the Financial Proposal and Report displayed above. Amount Category Description Expenditure $14,309 Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200) 2 – 3 hour Staff Assistants $10,872 $2400 Professional and Technical Services (300) AmeriCorp Coordinator $2470 $1000 Library Books (644) Library Book Purchase $991 $1000 Professional and Technical Services (300) iStation $1000 Goal #2 Polk Elementary will have 80% of the students in K-2 proficient on grade level math skill. Identified academic area(s). Mathematics This was the action plan. 1. Each student in Kindergarten through second grade will receive the consumable Singapore Math workbooks that correlate with our district’s math program in order to provide practice so students can master essential skills. 2. Students will work daily in their workbooks to learn the essential math skills necessary to show grade level proficiency. 3. Students will participate in chapter assessments throughout the year to measure grade level math proficiency. 4. Teachers will evaluate individual student progress and develop appropriate interventions during weekly/monthly PLC's. Please explain how the action plan was implemented to reach this goal. Consumable Singapore Math workbooks were purchased for each student to provide them with practice on the essential grade level math skills. Student progress was monitored through chapter assessments, CIA data, and Common Formative Assessments. This is the measurement identified in the plan to determine if the goal was reached. Students in Kindergarten though Second Grade will be given a comprehensive math assessment in the fall and then again in the spring to measure growth. Singapore Math chapter tests will be given weekly/monthly to assess and evaluate growth throughout the year. Please show the before and after measurements and how academic performance was improved. The following is the Singapore Math Assessment data for 2013-2014 school year. Singapore Math Assessment Grade Level Pretest (September 2013) Post Test (May 2014) First Grade 47% 80% Second Grade 19% 71% The amounts, categories and descriptions of expenditures planned to implement this goal are listed here: Amount Category Description 5587 General Supplies (610) Consumable Singapore Math workbooks will be purchased for K-2 grades. (Estimated amount $5587.00) Kindergarten $2142.00 1st Grade $1495.00 2nd Grade $1950.00 Total $5587.00 Please describe the expenditures made to implement this goal as identified in the Financial Proposal and Report displayed above. Amount Category Description Expenditure $5587 General Supplies (610) Consumable Singapore Math Workbooks $6,171 Goal #3 Polk Elementary will increase the amount of technology based supplies and materials available for teachers to use in their classrooms, which will result in enhancing their Tier I instruction, by 10%. Polk Elementary will increase the number of classrooms with technology based supplies and materials including iPads, cases for the iPads, light bulbs for LCD projectors, and any necessary cables or accompanying materials required to use this technology. Identified academic area(s). Technology This was the action plan. 1. Technology supplies and materials will be purchased for teachers to use during their Tier I Instruction. 2. Teachers will be provided with professional development using our school's instructional site tech to help them increase their technology skills and proficiency. Please explain how the action plan was implemented to reach this goal. iPads and apps were purchased for each teacher to assist their Tier I Instruction. The teachers received professional development on which apps and programs would best fit their students’ academic needs. LCD projector bulbs were purchased so teachers may use their InterWrite Boards during Tier I instruction. This is the measurement identified in the plan to determine if the goal was reached. Polk Elementary will inventory and track the amount of technology based supplies and materials available for teachers to use during Tier I instruction. Please show the before and after measurements and how academic performance was improved. Polk Elementary had a 100% increase in the amount of teacher issued iPads to use during Tier 1 instruction. The amounts, categories and descriptions of expenditures planned to implement this goal are listed here: Amount Category Description 5500 General Supplies (610) Technology based supplies and materials will be purchased for teachers to use during Tier I instruction. ($5,500) Please describe the expenditures made to implement this goal as identified in the Financial Proposal and Report displayed above. Amount Category Description Expenditure $5500 General Supplies (610) iPads/Cases $7,416 General Supplies (610) App’s for iPads $475 General Supplies (610) Projector Lamps $158 ITEM B - In the Financial Proposal and Report, there is a carry-over of $11764 to the 2014-2015 school year. This is 42% of the distribution received in 2013-2014. Please describe the reason for a carry-over of more than 10% of the distribution. Polk Elementary hired two staff assistants at the beginning of the year to assist with small group instruction. The person holding one of these positions quit during the year and Polk was not able to find a person to fill this position. Polk Elementary also did not spend all of the additional funding that was given to them during the 2013-2014 allocation. ITEM C - The school plan describes how additional funds exceeding the estimated distribution would be spent. This is the description. Goal 3: If additional funding becomes available, we will continue to update our school technology by purchasing materials and supplies that will support/enhance our Tier I instruction through the use of classroom technology. The distribution was about 14% more that the estimate in the school plan. Please explain how the additional money was spent, if it was spent for items other than expenditures described in the approved goals above. If all expenditures were spent for items in the goals, please enter "Not applicable." After school math tutoring was provided for selected 4th and 5th grade students. Students received small targeted instruction for 30 minutes two times a week for an 8 week period. The students were identified by looking at their skill deficits. After School Math Tutoring Pretest 4 Week Assessment 8 Week Assessment 30% 42% 72% ITEM D - The school plan was advertised to the community in the following way(s): • School website • Other: Please explain. Land Trust Plan and expenditures were discussed during Parent Teacher Association Meeting (PTA). ITEM E - Please select from the pull down menus the names of policymakers the council has communicated with about the School LAND Trust Program. To choose more than one name on a list, use CTRL while selecting. To unhighlight a selected name, choose another name or use CTRL and select it. State Leaders State Senators State Representatives State School Board U.S. Senators U.S. Representatives District School Board Joyce Wilson ITEM G - A summary of this Final Report must be provided to parents and posted on the school website by October 20th of the 2014. When was this task completed? Not required for Charter Schools. 10/15/2014


http://schools.ogdensd.org/cc_docs/168/2014-2015/F...


Land Trust Final Report 2014-2015

School Land Trust Final Report 2014-2015

Financial Proposal and Report

This report is automatically generated from the School Plan entered in the spring of 2014 and from the District Business Administrator's data entry of the School LAND Trust expenditures in 2014-2015.

Description

Planned Expenditures
(entered by the school)

Actual Expenditures
(entered by the school)

Actual Expenditures
(entered by the District
Business Administrator)

Remaining Funds (Carry-Over to 2015-2016)

$42

N/A

$332

Carry-Over from 2013-2014

$1,758

N/A

$11,764

Distribution for 2014-2015

$25,274

N/A

$23,129

Total Available for Expenditure in 2014-2015

$27,032

N/A

$34,893

Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200)

$22,000

$22,206

$19,064

Employee Benefits (200)

$0

$0

$3,142

Professional and Technical Services (300)

$2,490

$2,341

$2,341

Repairs and Maintenance (400)

$0

$0

$0

Other Purchased Services (Admission and Printing) (500)

$0

$0

$0

Travel (580)

$0

$0

$0

General Supplies (610)

$2,500

$10,014

$10,014

Textbooks (641)

$0

$0

$0

Library Books (644)

$0

$0

$0

Periodicals, AV Materials (650-660)

$0

$0

$0

Software (670)

$0

$0

$0

Equipment (Computer Hardware, Instruments, Furniture) (730)

$0

$0

$0

Total Expenditures

$26,990

$34,561

$34,561

Goal #1

Goal

Polk Elementary will increase the number of students by 10% who score proficient on the Scholastic Math Inventory Assessment (SMI) in the third, fourth, and fifth grade.

Academic Areas

  • Mathematics

Measurements

This is the measurement identified in the plan to determine if the goal was reached.

Polk Elementary will use the Scholastic Math Inventory Assessment (SMI) to determine quantile growth for students in third, fourth, and fifth grade.

Please show the before and after measurements and how academic performance was improved.

Polk Elementary had an average school increase in 3rd-5th grade of 23% on the Scholastic Math Inventory Assessment. The chart below shows the individual grade level growth.

Performance Level Growth Report

Performance Growth Level Report

Fall Assessment 2014 Spring Assessment 2015 Growth

School Wide 6% 29% 23%

3rd Grade 8% 42% 38%

4th Grade 12% 36% 24%

5th Grade 2% 33% 31%

Action Plan Steps

This is the Action Plan Steps identified in the plan to reach the goal.

Polk Elementary will hire a .5 math teacher/specialist. The teachers will identify students who have specific grade level skill deficits to participate in the Scholastic Math Inventory Assessment (SMI).

Please explain how the action plan was implemented to reach this goal.

Polk Elementary hired a .49 math teacher. This teacher taught a math class in 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade.

Expenditures

Category

Description

Estimated Cost

Actual Cost

Actual Use

Total:

$22,000

$22,206

Salaries and Employee Benefits (100 and 200)

One .5 teacher will be hired to teach math. ($22,000.00)

$22,000

$22,206

22206


Goal #2

Goal

Polk Elementary will increase the overall number of students proficient by 10% according to the DIBELS assessment for the 2014-2015 school year in first through fifth grade.

Academic Areas

  • Reading

Measurements

This is the measurement identified in the plan to determine if the goal was reached.

Polk Elementary will increase the number of students by 10% who are at benchmark according to the DIBELS Oral Reading Fluency (ORF) section of the DIBELS assessment for the first through fifth grade.

Please show the before and after measurements and how academic performance was improved.

Polk Elementary had the following change on the Oral Reading Fluency (ORF) section of the DIBELS assessment in first through fifth grade.

Grade Level Fall 2014 Spring 2015

1st Grade 57% 51%

2nd Grade 63% 54%

3rd Grade 72% 58%

4th Grade 66% 74%

5th Grade 67% 57%

Action Plan Steps

This is the Action Plan Steps identified in the plan to reach the goal.

The AmeriCorps coordinator will recruit adult volunteers to read with students who are not at benchmark according to DIBELS. Read Today volunteers will read with assigned students two days per week (30 minutes per session) during the AmeriCorps program. Teachers will use content readers (Studies Weekly) to provide cross curriculum reading opportunities for their students.

Please explain how the action plan was implemented to reach this goal.

An AmeriCorps coordinator was hired to recruit volunteers to read with students who were not at benchmark according to their DIBELS assessment. The Read Today volunteers read with each student two days a week for 30 minutes each session.

Studies Weekly along with a Non-Fiction Guided Reading library was purchased to provided teachers with supplemental resources to support/enhance their teaching.

Expenditures

Category

Description

Estimated Cost

Actual Cost

Actual Use

Total:

$4,990

$12,355

Professional and Technical Services (300)

One AmeriCorps Coordinator will be hired to facilitate the "Read Today" tutoring program. This program will bring in volunteers to assist students the basic reading skills.

$2,490

$2,341

$2341

General Supplies (610)

Studies Weekly Readers by American Legacy Publishing ($2500.00)

$2,500

$10,014

$10014


Increased Distribution

The school plan describes how additional funds exceeding the estimated distribution would be spent. This is the description.

Goal 1 If additional funding becomes available, Polk Elementary will purchase a school-wide license for the iXL math program. This program is adaptive to meet the individual needs and skill deficits of students in first through sixth grade.

Description of how any additional funds exceeding the estimated distribution were actually spent.

An amendment was made and approved to purchase a Non-Fiction Guided Reading Library.

Publicity

The following items are the proposed methods of how the Plan would be publicized to the community:

  • School newsletter
  • School website

The school plan was actually publicized to the community in the following way(s):

  • School newsletter
  • School website

Summary Posting Date

A summary of this Final Report was provided to parents and posted on the school website on 2015-10-20

Council Plan Approvals

Number Approved

Number Not Approved

Number Absent

Vote Date

8

0

2

2014-05-06

Land Trust Final Report 2016-2017

Polk Elementary

Land Trust Summary

2016-2017

The funds received from Land Trust provided increased technology learning opportunities for our younger grade students. Polk Elementary was able to purchase technology (Chromebooks, iPads, headphones) for our younger grade level students. The students were able to use technology to access research based learning programs that targeted specific learning areas for individual students. 91% of the 1st grade students and 77% of 2nd grade students showed adequate yearly progress on either their DIBELS Pathway to Progress or Lexia Learning goals.

Polk Elementary received an “A” grade on our state report card. On the end of year SAGE assessment, Polk Elementary had a gain of 7% in Language Arts, a 4% gain in math, and an 3% gain in science. In the 20 comparable schools across the state of Utah, Polk Elementary was in the top three with the highest proficiency and student growth scores.



Land Trust 2018-2019

Polk Elementary
Land Trust Summary
2017-2018


The funds received from Land Trust provided a partial FTE for one of the
younger grades at Polk Elementary. The teachers were able to focus/target
reading using the DIBELS assessment as an indicator of progress. By the end
of the year, the younger grades had 70% of their students make their
Benchmark goal and 74% of the students made their Pathway to Progress
Goal. Polk Elementary was also able to purchase some technology items for
the students/teachers to enrich their learning.


On the end of year SAGE assessment, Polk Elementary had a gain of 6% in
Language Arts, a 6% gain in math, and an 1% gain in science not including the 6th grade science scores as the data is just being released. In the 20
comparable schools across the state of Utah, Polk Elementary was in the top
two with the highest proficiency and student growth scores.

Land Trust PDF

Land Trust Final Report 2017-2018

Community Council Agenda/Minutes

Meeting Schedule

All Meetings will be held in Polk's Library 

Aug. 2, 2019 - 1:30 p.m.

Sept. 6, 2019 - 1:30 p.m.

Oct. 4, 2019 -1:30 p.m.

Nov. 1, 2019 - 1:30 p.m.

Dec. 6, 2019 - 1:30 p.m.

Jan. 3, 2019 - 1:30 p.m.

Feb. 7, 2020 - 1:30 p.m.

Mar. 6, 2020 - 1:30 p.m.

Apr 10, 2020 - 1:30 p.m.

May 1, 2020 - 1:30 p.m.

 

 

Agenda

October 4, 2019

 

Polk Elementary

Community Council

PKES Mission Statement:  Polk Elementary has high academic expectations for all students where they are actively engaged in meaningful and challenging learning activities on a daily basis so students are college, career and community ready.

PKES Vision Statement:  One School, One Family, One Team

 

10/4/19

1:30pm-2:30pm

Polk Elementary Library

 

Agenda Items

 

Calendar of Events

Council Membership

Elections for 2019-2020

Principal Membership

Final Report

Safety Update

Questions/Concerns

Before/After school safety

September 6, 2019

 

Polk Elementary

Community Council

PKES Mission Statement:  Polk Elementary has high academic expectations for all students where they are actively engaged in meaningful and challenging learning activities on a daily basis so students are college, career and community ready.

PKES Vision Statement:  One School, One Family, One Team

9/6/19

1:30pm-2:30pm

Polk Elementary Library

Agenda Items

Calendar of Events

2019-2020 Plans

Council Training 

Video:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfmpLcligsA&list=PL8n1EOhHuty3AhWKR3MhQJ9owNTl42Wtq

Powerpoint: http://www.schoollandtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/10/2018-Fall-Training-SCC-101.pdf

Digital Citizenship:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8njXZnLbDY

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Roles and Responsibilities

Emergency Operations

SNAP Plan

Questions/Concerns

Before/After school safety

August 2, 2019

  • Crossing Guards
  • Bussing
  • Staff
  • Student of the Month assemblies
  • Community Council meetings

May 6, 2019

Polk/Wasatch Elementary

Community Council

May 6, 2019

1.  Review Minutes

2.  Updates

-classrooms/teachers/class sizes

-dividing students into classes

-class requests

-bussing

-mixing traditions

3.  Discussion by School Board Members/Superintendent

4.  BBQ Plans and Organization

5.  Important Dates

May 6, 2019 PDF
 

April 15, 2019

Polk/Wasatch Elementary

Community Council

April 15, 2019

1.  Review Minutes

2.  2019-2020 Land Trust Plan

3.  Transition Discussion

4. End of Year Activity - BBQ

April 15, 2019 PDF

 

March 25, 2019

Polk/Wasatch Elementary

Community Council

March 25, 2019

1.  Review Minutes

3.  Expenditure Proposal for Next Year

4.  Safety Discussion

5. Transition Discussion - End of Year Activity

Next Meeting: April 15th @ 3:00pm - Polk Library

March 25, 2019 PDF


 

March 7, 2019

Polk/Wasatch Elementary

Community Council

March 7, 2019

 

1.  Welcome and Introductions

2.  Review Minutes

3.  Land Trust Plan for Next Year

4.  Meeting Date and Time for the Rest of the Year

5. Next Year Discussion

 

March 7, 2019 PDF




 

February 6, 2019

Community Council

February 6, 2019

1.  Welcome

2.  Review Minutes

3.  DIBELS Data Review

4. Land Trust Funding for 2019-2020 School Year

Next Meeting March 6, 2019

February 6, 2019 PDF

 

January 9, 2019

 

Community Council

January 9, 2019

1. Review minutes

2.  Casey Bowden - Digital Citizenship

3.  School LAND Trust Video
 

Next Meeting February 6, 2019

January 9, 2019 PDF 

November 7, 2018

Polk Community Council Agenda

November 7, 2018

2:50 P.M.

 

  1. Review of Minutes from last meeting – Laurie Pickett

  2. Budget Review – Mrs. Harrison

  3. Dibels and Sage Testing – Mrs. Harrison

  4. Any other concerns? - Council

November 7, 2018 PDF

October 11, 2018

 

Community Council

October 11, 2018

1. Introductions

2.  Vote on Chair/Co-Chair and Secretary

3.  Vote on day and time to hold future Community   

Community Council

4.  Agenda items for next meeting

-DIBELS

-SAGE

October 11, 2018 PDF

November 1, 2019

 

Polk ElementaryCommunity Council

PKES Mission Statement:  Polk Elementary has high academic expectations for all students where they are actively engaged in meaningful and challenging learning activities on a daily basis so students are college, career and community ready.

PKES Vision Statement:  One School, One Family, One Team

 

11/1/19

1:00pm-2:00pm

Polk Elementary Conference Room

 

Agenda Items

 

Calendar of Events

Budget Update

Spooktacular/Halloween Feedback

Reunification Feedback

Polk/Wasatch Communication Update

Parking Update

Questions/Concerns

Minutes

September 6, 2019

Polk Elementary Community Council Minutes 9/6/19​    - 1:30pm-2:30pm -Polk Elementary  CC Members in Attendance:​ ​ Shannon Wilcox, Megan Wright, Paul Byrd, Sue Ann Burton, Kate Peery, Earl Gardner, Rachel Trotter, Brittany Weston, Jennifer Godin, Sebastian Benitez, Laurie Pickett 
Agenda Items *Calendar of Events​- Mrs. Wilcox handed out a September calendar off school events. *2019-2020  School Plan- ​Mrs. Wilcox presented school plan and reviewed it.  Once we get data from the district we will review it again to make sure we are meeting the goals. 
*Council Training-  Mrs. Wilcox led presentation of the videos and powerpoints below of CC elections,  roles and responsibilities, tools to be effective, new polices , amending the school plan if needed and Digital Citizenship video and Ogden school district report to CC. 
Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mfmpLcligsA&list=PL8n1EOhHuty3AhWKR3MhQJ9owNTl4 2Wtq 
Powerpoint: http://www.schoollandtrust.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/32/2018/10/2018-Fall-Training-SCC-10 1.pdf Digital Citizenship:  ​https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A8njXZnLbDY https://doc-04-0s-apps-viewer.googleusercontent.com/viewer/secure/pdf/l1k7bh205p0sff47pq1o ducnos87dean/b8es4etlqhg1fq04dj0u7rv4ikiknh59/1541450550000/gmail/01118474732240468 521/ACFrOgAks6dsrZOOVGCvVzqMyglXQhRGBwbjGGdoq8d0pJIxckHykMOoHLtj3ebuxd8tml 83RrAUO2F65sv9eiY6eL6ki33rMioU1zxB4kfj4XFGyjmc87nel9S0GVc=?print=true&nonce=djd1 6i3kv2tp0&user=01118474732240468521&hash=vjv9s1m32v6ll5jqmhr5vboo9bnhsred 
Roles and Responsibilities 
 
*​Emergency Operations​ - SNAP Plan-   Mrs. Wilcox presented the Safe Routes map which outlines the safest routes to walk to Polk Elementary.  This map was mailed in the back to school information but can be obtained at: 
www.saferoutesutahmap.com/map/school-maps/polk-201/print-view 
*Questions/Concerns *Before/After school safety - ​Discussion held regarding lack of sidewalks on a couple of blocks on Polk.  Mr. Benitez suggested we take our concerns to the school board and then the board can present it to the district.   We also discussed bike/scooter safety on school grounds.  The students are not allowed to ride bikes/scooters on the school property but can walk them.   Mrs. Wilcox discussed this with students this last week  and a few parents noticed a difference of students walking them on school grounds.  Also students have been observed not stopping at stop signs with bikes. Some ideas were to use Safety Month in conjunction with Walk Your Child to School day and have the student possibly watch a bike safety video in class and tie green ribbons to commit to using better safety rules. 
 
**Meeting was adjourned at 2:35.  Motion by Megan Wright and seconded by Paul Byrd. 
 *​*Next Meeting will be held Oct 4th at 1:30pm 

August 2, 2019

Community Council Meeting Minutes
August 2, 2019
Present: Shannon Wilcox, Earl Gardner, Kate Peery, Robyn Stark, Paul Byrd, Alissa Hunter, Maren Baumgartner, SueAnn Burton, Rachel Trotter, Brittany Weston

1. Updates

  • Crossing Guards- There will be 3 crossing guards.  1 at Polk and 30th (new this year), 1 at Harrison and 26th, and 1 at Polk and Binford.
  • Bussing- There will be one bus.  The bus capacity is 72 students (3 kids per seat).  The official distance to qualify for bussing is 1.5 miles from the school.  Based on the official distance to qualify that would be at 36th street (about 18 kids).  We are wanting to fill the bus, so going to 34/35th street adds 25 kids (43 total), going to 33rd street adds 16 kids (59 total), and going to 32nd street adds 29 kids, putting us over the bus capacity at 88 kids.  We propose the bus goes to 33rd street to get us as full as possible without going over capacity.
    • There will be 2 stops.  1 at 37th and Tyler and 1 at Polk and Kingston.  Mrs. Montague will be riding the bus the first day to see how it goes.  We will also be watching to see if there are better stops as to avoid the college traffic/parking.
    • The bus will arrive at school by 7:50 am and will drop off in front of the delivery    entrance driveway.  The pickup will be on 27th street.
  • Staff- A 5th grade teacher left, and the position was unable to be filled.  We are fully staffed and will go forward with 3 full day teachers in 4th grade and 2 full day teachers and 2 half day teachers in 5th grade.  4th grade classes will be about 28 kids per class and 5th grade will be at about 30 kids per class.
    • We will be adding a full-time counselor with the money that would’ve paid the 5th grade teacher position.   
    • We also added 2 additional staff assistants.
    • Mrs. Kilts the PEP teacher resigned.  Mrs. Wilcox will reach out to Mrs. Stokes who resigned earlier this summer. Mrs. Stokes was hoping for a part-time position and at the time there was not one.  With Mrs. Kilts leaving that opens the PEP teacher position, which is a part-time position.  She is waiting to hear back.  If Mrs. Stokes does not accept the position the job will be posted.
  • Student of the Month assemblies- Instead of holding assemblies where the whole school attends, we will be changing this to announcing in the classrooms as someone is recording the students announced and what their teachers wrote about them.  Then the parents of the students of the month will be invited to the school to watch the video.  The teachers are in favor of this change.
  • Community Council meetings- we decided to hold our Community Council meetings on the first Fridays of the month at 1:30 pm in the Library.

Robyn Stark motioned to adjourn at 11:07 am and Earl Gardner seconded the motion.

May 6, 2019

Community Council- Polk Elementary
Meeting Minutes
May 6, 2019
Present: Polk - Maridee Harrison, Paul Byrd, Megan Wright, Rachel Trotter,, Laurie

Pickett, Brittany Weston, Earl Gardner, Kathy Kunzler
Wasatch - Shannon Wilcox, SueAnn Burton, Kate Peery, SueAnn Burton, Stacey
Starley, Robyn Stark, Allison Putnam,Zara Franklin
OCSD- Sara Roberts, OCSD Board- Sunni Wilkinson, Nancy Blair

1.Review minutes from last meeting
Earl Gardner approved the minutes from the last meeting and Paul Byrd seconded.
2. Updates
- Classrooms/teachers/class sizes -List of 2019/2020 Placements for teachers was handed out.
As of the student numbers now there will be an average of :1st - 23- students each class, 2nd -
25 students, 3rd - 23 students, 4th - 22 students with 4 teachers and 30 students with 3 teachers, 5th -
23 students with 4 teachers and 31 students with 3 teachers, 6th - 30 students each class
- Dividing students into classes
Teachers from both schools will work together this Friday to divide the students into classes
based on academic, behavior, and social skills. They want balanced classes with students from each
school in each class.
- Class requests
They will not be asking for requests this year. They will look at requests based on a students IEP or 504
plan or other details etc. The principals can not promise that your request will be granted which was
reiterated by the district - Sarah Roberts.
- Bussing
The district will only be bussing students outside of 1 1⁄2 miles. South of 36th street will be in the bussing
zone. The Wasatch courtesy bus that transported Wasatch student from below Harrison will not be
running next year. The bus will drop off on Polk by the south end of the school and do the afternoon
pick up on 27th on the south end of the parking lot.

We will continue to have 2 crossing guards one at 26th and Harrison and one at Polk and Binford. The
district and the principals are requesting from the city to get a crossing guard at 30th and Polk.
School will start with the warning at 8:15 with the late bell at 8:20 and release will be at 2:35 pm every
day.
- -mixing traditions
Shannon spoke with Wasatch teachers/parents and the traditions that they would like to bring over to
Polk would be: National Anthem every morning, Moms & Muffins, Dads & Donuts, and a grandparent
luncheon.
Maridee talked about Polk students singing the Polk song every Friday and Lunch with a Loved One and
purple Friday. Polk does a lot of the same things that Wasatch does.
3. Discussion by School Board Members/Superintendent
Sarah Roberts spoke of the districts desire to create a combined learning community which supports all
of the kids. They extend their support and thank everyone who has helped with the smooth transition.
She also spoke for the need to guard against too much distinction in all interaction. The superintendent
will be sending a letter this week about the transition and uniting the community. Nancy and Sunni
agreed with trying to make this a smooth transition.
4. BBQ Plans and Organization
This Friday May 10th from 5-6:30pm. Ptas will need to provide 5 volunteers each and both schools will
pay for half of the food. Purchasing enough food for 1050 servings. We will do a game where the kids
get to meet new teachers and students and then will turn it in for a creamie or dessert.
5. Important Dates
May 14th - Wasatch kids to visit Polk to participate in grade activities. It will be held during school
hours.
First day of school August 19th
Back to School night is usually the Thursday before so that would be August 15th.
At 2:20pm -Kate Peery motioned to adjourn the meeting and Rachel seconded it.

May 6, 2019 PDF

April 15, 2019

Community Council- Polk Elementary

Meeting Minutes

April 15, 2019

Present:

Polk - Maridee Harrison,  Paul Byrd, Megan Wright, Rachel Trotter,, Laurie Pickett, Brittany Weston, Earl Gardner

Wasatch - Shannon Wilcox, Alisa Hunter, SueAnn Burton, Kate Peery, SueAnn Burton, Stacey Starley, Robyn Stark

   

1.Review of minutes from last meeting

Rachel T  approved the minutes from the last meeting and Megan seconded.

2.  2019-2020 Land Trust Plan

School plan presented by Shannon Wilcox.  Essentially the same plan discussed at the previous meeting.  

1. $61,200 for two half time teachers

(Changes were the possibility of using one of the half day teachers for kindergarten instead of the 5th grade because basic funding is paying for the 5th grade half time teacher. )

2.  $15,000 for one part time staff assistant to support classes as needed.

3.  $11,485 for consumables for Wonders Curriculum

The plan was approved by the council members in attendance by signing a voting form *(see note below) and will be submitted to the district to be approved by the school board.  Then it will be posted on the school website and www.schoollandtrust.org

*Rachel Trotter voiced her concern over this community council having to use land trust funds to pay for teachers salaries.  She felt like schools should get more monetary support from the district and the state school board. Laurie Pickett also agreed with this.

3.  Transition Discussion

*Drop off zones, bus zones, crossing guards, extra staff to help outside is still to be determined.  Waiting for district bussing numbers.

As of now will stay on Polk schedule - 8:15 warning bell, 8:20 classes start, 2:35 end time with no short day.

4.  End of Year Activity - BBQ

May 10th End of Year Activity for Polk and Wasatch students and their families. Time will be 5-6:30pm.  Pta members from both schools were present for this part of the meeting and will provide 5 volunteers from each school to help.  Schools will provide hotdogs/chips, drink and Wasatch will provide a scavenger hunt type game that families can do as they tour the school.  As a “prize” for completing they will get a dessert. Creamies were discussed.

May 14th - Wasatch kids to visit Polk to participate in  grade activities. It will be held during school hours.

 

NEXT MEETING WILL BE HELD May 6th AT 1:15 (Polk Library)

Will discuss:

New updates of the transition, Bussing, Teacher list for 2019/2020 year, portable drop times

Please get any questions or concerns to Maridee or Shannon before the next meeting.

At 4:10pm - Earl motioned to adjourn the meeting and Sueann seconded it.

April 15, 2019 Minutes PDF


 

March 25, 2019

Community Council- Polk Elementary

Meeting Minutes

March 25, 2019

Present:

Polk - Maridee Harrison,  Paul Byrd, Megan Wright, Rachel Trotter,, Laurie Pickett, Brittany Weston, Rachel Trotter, Lisa Lauer, Earl Gardner

Wasatch - Shannon Wilcox, Alisa Hunter, SueAnn Burton, Kate Peery, Mrs. Putnam

   

1.  Welcome and Introductions

2.Review of minutes from last meeting

Earl approved the minutes from the last meeting and Megan seconded.

3.Expenditure Proposal for Next Year

Proposal presented by both principals:

*Hire two half day teachers at $27.000 and $30,000 for each teacher.  One for 4th grade and one for 5th grade to be used the first half of the day for core subjects - math and language.  The 4th and 5th grade would have 4 classes in the Am and then 1 class would be dispersed into the other 3 classes in the afternoon.  During the afternoon is when intervention, Pep and other additional activities happen so the students would be in and out of the classrooms so that the total number of students in each classroom is shifting.

*Hire one part time staff assistant to support classes that need it at $14,000.

*Purchase Wonders material (consumable)  at $10,200.

Rachel voted to approve and Paul seconded the above proposal.  The community council will be voting on it at the next meeting.

For your info:

Estimated Class sizes for next year are projected at:

Kindergarten - 2 full day and one half day.

1st - 4 classes (94 students)

2nd - 4 classes (104 students)

3rd - 4 classes (91 students)

4th - 4 morning classes - 3 afternoon classes  (90 students )

5th - 4 morning classes - 3 afternoon classes (95 students)

6th - 3 classes (92 students)

**Polk already has 2 portables with 3 classrooms in them.  The current plan is to move 1 more portable over which would house a total of 5 classrooms.  The 6th grade would be in the portables.

4.  Safety Discussion

District poster “Emergency Actions of Response” is posted in every classroom.  Lockout, lockdown, evacuated and shelter plans are in place.

In the case of evacuation the students would head to Ogden High.  There is also a undisclosed place for evacuation. Parents would get a phone call/text message of where to pick up their child.  They would have to follow protocol and check out their child. Discussion was held of how to get that info out to parents to educate them as to the process.

Drop off zones, bus zones, crossing guards, extra staff to help outside was discussed.  Principals will make decisions once the district decides on bussing.

5.  Transition Discussion - End of year Activity

*Start and End time for Polk/Wasatch still to be determined.  

*Meet and Greet BBQ for families and students  on May 10th 5-7pm

*Wasatch kids to visit Polk activity will be held during school on May 14th.

NEXT MEETING WILL BE HELD APRIL 15TH AT 3PM (Polk Library)

**PTA’s from both schools meet at 3:30

Will discuss:

Vote on CC plan, Bussing, Start and stop times, Art Specialist

At 4:10pm - Megan called to close the meeting and Rachel seconded it.

March 25 PDF
 

March 7, 2019

Community Council- Polk Elementary

Meeting Minutes

March 7, 2019

Present:

Polk - Maridee Harrison,  Paul Byrd, Megan Wright, Rachel Trotter,, Laurie Pickett, Heather Treece,

Wasatch - Stacey Starley, Alisa Hunter, SueAnn Burton

   

1.  Welcome and Introductions

2.Review of minutes from last meeting - Laurie Pickett

Megan approved the minutes from the last meeting and Paul seconded.

3.Land Trust Plan for Next Year

Combining Polk and Wasatch Funds for next year would give us a total of $85865.00 based on Oct 1st enrollment numbers.  The priorities for those funds for next year would be:

#1- Using the funds on half teachers  to avoid split classes and if not needed for a teacher  then to use funds for staff assistants where needed.

#2 - Using the funds on technology.  Keeping technology 1:1 for 3rd- 6th grades and reviewing  K-2 technology as needed for intervention and supplement as both schools combine.  Wasatch does need new 4th grade lap tops.

#3 - Use funds to purchase “Wonders” material as they are consumable.  Wasatch bought K-5 products this current year and Polk bought K-2 products.  (The upper grades at Polk don't write their books and transfer the material.) The principals will get input from the teachers as to what worked and will decide what dollar amount will be needed.

4.  Meeting Date and Time for Rest of Year

*Monday, March 25 at 3pm in the Polk Library

*Monday, April 15 at 3pm in the Polk Library

5.  Other Items discussed

** Ideas were brought up to make the transition easier on the students which included:

-End of year BBQ and tour of Polk with both schools and parents.

-Pen Pals between schools that the teachers would facilitate

-Mrs. Harrison would like to do an activity at Polk with all of the students from both schools by each grade.

**Safety of the picking up and dropping off of kids with school merger.  Once Mrs. Harrison and Ms. Wilcox get the bussing numbers then they with the council will create a plan for safe picking up and dropping off.

**There were concerns that the size of Polk would not hold both student bodies and there were unsafe classrooms.  Right now Polk has 7 empty classrooms and all of the empty and functioning classrooms are safe.

**The principals would also like the PTAs to start working together to merge any activities and traditions for this next school year.

NEXT MEETING

We would like to discuss Polks Safety plans for all scenarios.

At 4:10pm - Mrs. Harrison called to close the meeting, Laurie motioned and Rachel seconded it.

 

Next meeting:

March  25, 2018 , 3:00pm Library

March 7, 2019 PDF

February 6, 2019

Community Council- Polk Elementary

Meeting Minutes

February 6, 2019

Present:

CIndy Cunningham, Earl Gardner, Paul Byrd, Megan Wright, Rachel Trotter, Brittany Weston, Laurie Pickett, Sunni Wilkinson- Ogden City School Board guest

   
  1. Review of minutes from last meeting - Laurie Pickett

Rachel moved to pass the minutes from the last meeting and Earl seconded.

  1. DIBELS Data Review

Results of Dibels from mid year  were presented and discussed by Mrs. Cunningham by each grade.   These results can not be accessed by the public. Each student's Dibels results are usually given at parent Teacher Conference or can be asked for.

  1. Land Trust Funding for 2019-2020 School Year

We will have about $44086 in Land Trust Funds for next year.  Mrs. Cunningham discussed that the teachers would like to use those funds to pay for an extra teacher so we will not have a split class next year.  If we do not a split class then they would like the money to go staff assistants where they are needed.

4.   Items discussed for March’s meeting:

*We  would like to invite Wasatch Community Council members to our next meeting to meet them  and start to create a joint effort in combining schools and creating an inclusive atmosphere.

*Future meeting - Discuss Polk’s Safety plan for all scenarios (fire, earthquake, lock down etc) and ways to get that info out to Polk’s parents.  

At 4:02pm - Mrs. Cunningham called to close the meeting, Paul motioned and Laurie seconded it.

 

Next meeting:

March  6th , 2018 , 2:50pm, Library

February 6, 2019 PDF

January 9, 2019

 

Community Council- Polk Elementary

Meeting Minutes

January 9, 2019

Present:

Maridee Harrison, Earl Gardner, Paul Byrd, Megan Wright, Rachel Trotter, Brittany Weston, Laurie Pickett

Next meeting:

February 6th , 2018 , 2:50pm, Library

  1. Review of minutes from last meeting - Laurie Pickett

Rachel moved to pass the minutes from the last meeting and Paul seconded.

  1. Casey Bowden - Digital Citizenship

Mr Bowden who is the Chief Technical Officer of OCSD presented how the district is keeping the OCSD students safe on the internet.  All social media is blocked except some Youtube with the tag of “educational” on district devices. The district uses the filters titled IBOSS and Palo Alto.  There is no grade level differentiation in the district with filtering. There will be a Utah Net Smartz assembly held on January 17 at Polk to teach students internet safety.  Also parents can go to http://utahnetsmartz.org/ to obtain more safety ideas.

  1. School Land Trust Video

Council watched a video regarding:  ongoing School LAND Trust plan review, including reviewing the current year plan and budget to date, and determining if an amendment is needed.   See link to video below.

video:https://cloud.swivl.com/v/c3892dd6f29748eade6c4fdd0fb496f6

At 4:02pm - Maridee called to close the meeting, Paul motioned and Brittany seconded it.

Minutes PDF

 

November 7, 2018

Community Council- Polk Elementary

Meeting Minutes

November 7, 2018
 
 
Present:
Maridee Harrison, Earl Gardner, Paul Byrd, Megan Wright, Rachel Trotter, Brittany Weston, Laurie Pickett
Next meeting:
December 5th , 2018 , 2:50pm, Library
  1. Review of minutes from last meeting - Laurie Pickett
Rachel moved to pass the minutes from the last meeting  and Paul seconded.
  1. Budget Review - Mrs. Harrison
The OCSD granted a ½ time teacher due to Polk’s increased numbers and Mrs. Harrison purchased a  ½ time teacher with the increased community council allocation also due to increased enrollment. This  allowed Polk to not have any split classes this year. We will also hire a part time staff assistant with the extra funds for the upper grades.
  1. Dibels and Sage Testing- Mrs. Harrison
The “ Dibel” composite scores  now called “Acadience Data Management” were reviewed by each grade level.  
“Sage” now called  “Rise” was reviewed at https://www.schools.utah.gov/data/data  where we looked at Polk and it showed Polk’s scores increased 1-6% in all of the areas.  The scores also were well above state average and were in the top in the district. You can also view every school in OSCD and in the state and their scores at this website.   Compared with all of the schools in the state with the same demographics of Polk - Polk was ranked the highest in almost every area.
The state is now using Rise as a tool for measuring growth of each student compared nationally.  It is a “pathway to progress”. The goal is for the student to always be making progress from where they started and have a goal of where they should be going.
  1. Any other Concerns?- Council
No other concerns voiced.
At 4:02pm - Maridee called to close the meeting, Paul motioned and Rachel seconded it.
 
 

October 10, 2018

 

Community Council- Polk Elementary

Meeting Minutes

October 10, 2018

Present:

Cindy Cunningham, Earl Gardner, Paul Byrd, Megan Wright, Rachel Trotter, Brittany Weston, Laurie Pickett

Next meeting:

November 7th , 2108 , 2:50pm, Library

  1. Introductions

Everyone in attendance introduced themselves.

  1. Vote on Chair/CoChair and Secretary

After discussion of role and responsibilities of a chair and secretary Earl motioned to vote by acclamation for Rachel as Chair and Laurie as secretary.  Megan seconded the motion. The vote was agreed on unanimously.

  1. Vote on day and time to hold future Community Council

We decided to hold future meeting on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 2:50pm to allow for the administrators and staff to finish up with any after school students.  The next meeting will be held November 7th, 2018.

  1. Agenda items for next meeting

-DIBELS

-SAGE

At 2:00pm Rachel called for the close of the meeting, Megan made the motion to close the meeting and Earl seconded it.

Minutes PDF

November 1, 2019

Community Council

November 1, 2019

Present:

Principal Wilcox, Mr. Gardner, Paul Byrd, Sue Ann Burton, Kate Peery, Karen Keller, Rachel Trotter, and Brittany Weston

Next meeting:

December 6, 2019 , 1:00 pm, Polk Library

Agenda

  • Calendar of Events – Nov 5th -7th is Art Club. 

    Nov 7th is the Flu Clinic

    Nov 15th is Waffle Love Night from 3:00 – 9:00

    Nov 27th – 29th is Thanksgiving break

  December ?- hoping to have a choir concert assembly and also a night performance.  It will most likely happen but it has not been solidified yet. Permission slips will be s out again as it is not too late for students to join.

 

  • Budget Update- We looked over the school plan and original allotment.

  • Spooktacular/Halloween Feedback- Spooktacular was well attended (800 +) which is fantastic. There was a shortage of food and candy for Trick or Treating because it was so well attended. Staff prepped for approximately 800 people with 1200 prizes. It was an over all success! Class parties were also great! 

For the parade, there needs to be more communication about what time students will get to the cafeteria.  One class starts the parade and goes through the classrooms picking up the next class and so on, not coming into the cafeteria (where parents are) until the last stop.  Next year we will try to let parents know that the cafeteria is the last stop and have another entrance for parents to use to not interfere with the parade if they choose to come after the students have already started the parade through classrooms.  

 

  • Reunification Drill Feedback- The students started leaving the school at 1:00 pm.  It was 1:20 pm by the time everyone was over to the church building and seated. Parents started arriving at 1:30 to pick up their children.  By the time school ended, the drill had reunited only 343 kids with their parents or a authorized person to check them out. There was a police officer on hand, as well as Skyler Pyle, the District Safety Officer.  There are some things that would need to be adjusted. Some things mentioned were: 

  • Use the megaphone

  • Make parents aware that there were lines for 1st initial of the students last name (e.g. A-G, H-O, P-T and U-Z) and possibly make those lines shorter.

  • Stay in your grouping of last name initial through the 2nd phase of the process (while parents were in the chapel waiting for the runner to take them to their child).

  • Take the parent to the room to get children only if they have children missing or unaccounted for (that way, if all children are accounted for they would be able to leave more quickly and then parents that would need a police officer or district person to let them know about the status of the unaccounted/missing children would have a room to be in while receiving that information.)

  • See if parents or PTA members would be allowed to help

  • Send home flyer reminding parents to update student profiles with name of authorized people to check the student out and make sure they are updated often.  Also, let parents know that they will be asked to show I.D. at least 2 different times.


 

  • Polk/Wasatch Communication Update- Superintendent Nye will be giving a brief update on the progress and plan.  Then it will go into the Open House format, where there will be different stations with information and a District representative on hand to answer questions.

  • Parking Update- Not really any better.  We have had Police Officers after school trying to offer suggestions.  The will start ticketing cars parked in Red Zones. Principal Wilcox is attempting to work out an agreement with the LDS church west of the school to be able to utilize their parking lot during pick up times.  She is waiting to hear back from them.

 

At 1:07 pm Mr. Gardner motioned to close the meeting and Sue Ann Burton seconded.