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School Community Council

School Community Council (SCC)
November 18, 2020
Virtual Meeting, 3:30 PM

BMS Mission Statement
The mission of Butler Middle School is to foster rights, respect, and responsibility in a supportive school community that ensures all students achieve high levels of learning.

  • Denise White—Chair (2)
  • Honor Steele—Vice Chair (1)
  • Paula Logan (S)
  • Sara Allen (S)
  • Tatiana Grant (S)
  • Inga Plucinski-Holbrook (1)
  • Lori Carter (1)
  • Micah Baker (1)
  • Debbie Durtschi (1)
  • Chris Coutts (2)
  • Doug Draughan (2)
  • Monica Meyer (2)
  • Summer Gallegos (2)
  • Carole Sobrio (S)
  • Ladena Saxey –Secretary

 

Goals for Butler Middle School’s CSIP 2020-2021

Attendance Goal:
In the 2020-2021 school year, BMS will aim to have 85% of our students on track each quarter with attendance in all grades and student groups.  We define on track as students missing less than 10% (green and yellow).

 Behaviors Goal:  
Behavior – 85% of students will report feeling connected to school on targeted school climate survey. We will average the last 3 data questions related specifically to connectedness from the survey.

Coursework: MI (Math) Goal:
75% of our students will be proficient or advanced on the Spring 2021 Math Inventory (MI). 
5% or less in Below Basic and 20% or less in Basic in each grade level by the end of the school year.
75% of our SWD, ELLs, and students in the Below Basic level will grow at least 50 points or one level in the January and April testing windows.

Coursework: RI (Reading) Goal:
80% of our students will be proficient or advanced on the Spring 2021 Reading Inventory (RI).
5% or less in Below Basic and 15% or less in Basic in each grade level by the end of the school year. 
80% of our Students with Disabilities, English Language Learners, and students in the Below Basic level will grow at least 50 points or one level in the January and April testing windows.

  1. Welcome – Introductions (Denise)
  1. Bylaws and Meeting Minutes Approval (Denise)

*Motion/Vote

  1. Digital Citizenship (Jen Van Haaften)—Moved to November

*Informational

  1. School Safety—District Report/School Report (Sara)

*Informational

  • District
  1. Review PBIS Rewards (Sara)

*Informational

  1. Update Return to School Plan (Paula)

*Informational

  1. Online/In-person
  2. Plan
  3. Notifications
  4. Data Review (Paula)

*Informational

  • Attendance
  • ODRs
  • School Connectedness
  • Reading Inventory
  • Math Inventory
  1. Review of 2019-2020 Land Trust Final Report (Paula)

*Informational

  1. Review of 2020-2021 Land Trust and TSSP Plans (Paula)

*Informational

  1. Upcoming Calendar Events (Sara)

*Informational 

  1. Other

Next Meeting: January 20

Meetings at 3:30—through google meets until further notice

  • November 18
  • January 20
  • February 17
  • March 17
  • April 21

NOTES:

 

 

             Outbreak Criteria

Outbreaks can happen in one area (like a classroom) or extend more widely (like a school or district)

  • 1 case in a classroom is not considered an outbreak
    • Only individuals who were in close contact will be notified and required to quarantine at home for the designated 14 days
  • 2 cases in a classroom within a 2 week or 14-day period puts a classroom on alert for heightened awareness
    • We will notify the students and parents within the class of the situation and ask them to take extra precautions and remind them to stay home if feeling sick
    • Enhanced cleaning will take place during this time
  • 3 cases in a classroom within a 2 week or 14-day period is considered an outbreak
    • Everyone in the identified classroom(s) will need to quarantine for 14 days at home from the date of last exposure.
    • The school will clean the classroom per guidelines established by the health department
  • 15 cases in a school within a 2 week or 14-day period is considered an outbreak
    • The whole school will need to quarantine for 14 days at home from the date of last exposure
    • The whole school will be cleaned per guidelines established by the health department

District Closure

  • If multiple schools are quarantined the local health department in collaboration with Canyons District Leadership will make this decision on a case by case basis.

 

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