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
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).
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.
- Welcome – Introductions (Denise)
- Bylaws and Meeting Minutes Approval (Denise)
- Digital Citizenship (Jen Van Haaften)—Moved to November
- School Safety—District Report/School Report (Sara)
- Review PBIS Rewards (Sara)
- Update Return to School Plan (Paula)
- Data Review (Paula)
- School Connectedness
- Reading Inventory
- Math Inventory
- Review of 2019-2020 Land Trust Final Report (Paula)
- Review of 2020-2021 Land Trust and TSSP Plans (Paula)
- Upcoming Calendar Events (Sara)
Next Meeting: January 20
Meetings at 3:30—through google meets until further notice
- November 18
- January 20
- February 17
- March 17
- April 21
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
- 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.