EPSD9 Student Investment Account

EPSD9 Student Investment Account
Posted on 05/25/2021





EAGLE POINT SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENT INVESTMENT ACCOUNT FALL 2021 UPDATE ENGLISH BROCHURE
EAGLE POINT SCHOOL DISTRICT STUDENT INVESTMENT ACCOUNT FALL 2021 UPDATE SPANISH BROCHURE

Student Investment Account (SIA) Overview


Overview:  

This Student Investment Account (SIA) provides funding to Oregon School Districts for two purposes: 1) Meet student’s mental or behavioral health needs. 2) Increase academic achievement for students by reducing disparities for economically disadvantaged students, racial or ethnic groups that have historically experienced academic disparities, students with disabilities, English language learners, foster children, homeless, and others who have experienced academic disparities.


Performance Growth Targets include: 1) On-time graduation and 5-year completion rates, 2) Ninth grade on-track rates, 3) Third grade reading proficiency rates, 4) Regular attender rates, 5) Other applicable local metrics


Student Success Act Website

Student Investment Account Brief


EPSD 9 SIA Narrative:

Planning for SIA requires extensive input from all stakeholders (students, parents, staff, community organizations, and community members).  The information gathered from these stakeholders is then brought to the EPSD9 SIA Committee to review and implement the needs outlined by stakeholders.  The plan is then tiered out based on the funding allocation.


In the 2019-20 school year, SIA was not fully funded.  The state allocated approximately one-third of the 3.2 million dollars to EPSD 9.  Therefore, we were only able to implement certain components of the original plan.  We are hopeful that SIA will be fully funded in the upcoming school year.  


EPSD 9 SIA Strategies:

  1.  Provide academic and career & college readiness support for Emerging Bilinguals, Latinx students, students with disabilities, and students experiencing poverty.
  2. Create a culture of safety and respect for all students and adults that supports the social, emotional, and physical wellbeing of PK-12 students and adults that is critical to academic and professional success.
  3. Offer students a well rounded educational experience by increasing offerings in fine arts, PE, STEAM, CTE, and outside of school educational activities.
  4. Provide consistent, ongoing professional learning in supporting students' social emotional well-being and academic achievement to all PK-12 staff.


EPSD 9 Tiered Plan 


Activites

Aligned Strategy

Priority Level

Hire two guidance counselors for high school

S1

Mid

Increase the Rogue Community Health partnership for mental health counselors by adding 1-3 Full time FTE to get up to a 1.0 FTE for each elementary and middle school or hire 1-3 instructional assistants for mental health services.

S2

High

Hire 2 Latinx Liaisons (Student/Family Success Coordinator) full time FTE

S1

High

Hire 13 IA's for 1st grade classroom support

S1

High

Hire 5 elementary PE teachers

S3

High

Hire 4 elementary Fine Arts teachers

S3

High

Hire 2.5 middle school STEAM teachers

S3

High

2 days of PD District wide for Instructional Assistants prior to school starting

S4

Mid

Facility Improvement for 3 preschool classrooms.

S2

Low

Indirect Costs


Mid

Hire 3 full time teachers for new preschools, one for each community in the district.

S1

Low

6 IAs for pre-schools

S1

Low

Curriculum, supplies, furniture for 3 preschool classrooms.

S2

Low

Hire 3 full time FTE Behavioral Health Support personnel (TRE, ERE, Hillside)

S2

High

Hire a 1.0 mental health counselor or trained IA for support throughout the summer months.

S2

Low

Hire 3 District Student Services Facilitators: Community Outreach/Attendance

S4

High

Community Outreach Supplies

S2

High



Eagle Point School District Updated SIA Information: 

EPSD SIA Budget Template – Updated 4.2.21

EPSD Updated SIA Narrative Plan 2021-2023

EPSD Annual Update, November, 2021
11.17.21 EPSD Board meeting; SIA presentation at 2:09 and concludes at 18:00