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State of the Schools Address for Richfield Chambers 6.7.17

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Transcript of State of the Schools Address for Richfield Chambers 6.7.17

June 7, 2017
Presented by:
Matthew L. Montgomery
Superintendent of Schools

State of the Schools Address
District Initiatives
District Initiatives
Our Schools & District Data
Strategic Plan 2015-19
Performance
Financial Stewardship & Accountability
Facilities
Technology Integration & Infrastructure
Staff
Student Well Being & Safety
Communications, Collaborations & Partnerships
Accountability
Academic Highlights
Extra Curricular Highlights
New Food Services
Special Education

The Revere Learning Community shall create, support and maintain a learning environment that empowers students to achieve their personal best through a focus on individual student achievements.
Extra Curricular Highlights
Sports Highlights
Visioning Committees
The New Buildings
Communications
Our Facilities
Curriculum Initiatives
1:1 Technology Initiative

7-12 MacBooks
K-6 Chromebooks or iPads
“The 1:1 MacBook initiative has helped transform the way in which I deliver math instruction and assess student learning. Overall student engagement and understanding have increased as a result of the various programs I am able to use with the technology.”

-Dan Mosher, RHS Math Teacher

“Being able to rely on instant access to technology for my entire class has been a game changer. I no longer have to modify lesson plan ideas due to unavailable devices. I can truly blend my classroom on a daily basis which has been so beneficial for my 21st century learners.”

-Kim Keating, 5th grade Math & Science Teacher

Issue 45 passed in November 2016

bshm and Perkins + Will selected as Architects

ICON selected as Construction Manager At-Risk
Two Building Visioning Committees:
New Bath Elementary & New Revere High School

The Building Visioning Committees began meeting in March and are comprised of District staff, parents and community members
Bath Elementary School
Revere High School
Revere High School has 16 AP Courses

2 Students with Perfect ACT Scores

5 National Merit Finalists

70 Students Inducted Into the National Honor Society

5 Students Selected to Display Artwork in the Governor's Art Exhibition
RHS Music

Marching Band on Fox 8 News in the Morning
Symphonic Band Earned Superior Rating
Five Students Selected for KSU All-Star Honors Wind Symphony
Marching Band & Color Guard, and Symphonic Choir performed in Disney

Revere Players

Our Town
The Music Man
Revere High School Speech and Debate had one National Qualifier

Revere Middle School Math Counts Placed 5th at the State Tournament

Revere Middle School Academic Challenge Team placed 2nd at the Regional Tournament

RHS Lantern Earned 2nd Place Overall Rating - State Competition

RMS MathCON - Team Received 2nd Place in Chicago
Pisanick Partners
New Food Selections

My School Menus Application with Nutritional Information
PTAs , CARE & Special Programming
District Partnerships
Breaking Barriers
Human Trafficking
Dangerous Apps
Cinderella's Closet
5k/Fun Run - April 30th
Website
Facebook
Twitter
Flyer Place
Media Relations/Press Releases
Key Communicators
Newsletter
E-Newsletter
Blackboard Connect
Our Finances
Hillcrest Elementary
Bath Elementary
Revere High School
Revere Middle School
Grades K-3
Enrollment: 738
Grades 4 & 5
Enrollment: 407
Preschool: 42
Grades 6-8
Enrollment: 650
Grades 9-12
Enrollment: 837
Student Enrollment Data
Employee Data
Total Student Enrollment: 2,674

Economically Disadvantaged Students: 107 (4%)

Students with Disabilities: 249 (9.30%)

Diversity:
African American - 58
Asian - 172
Hispanic - 30
Multiracial - 94
American Indian/Alaskan Native - 1
Pacific Islander - 1
Caucasian - 2,318
Total Number of Employees: 338

Certified Staff: 220

Non-Certified Staff: 118

Advanced Degrees: 151 with Masters or Masters Plus
Gifted Services
District Technology Plan
Data Privacy/Security
Bond Rating AA1

Auditor of the State Award ~ 4th Consecutive Year

Public policy impact
ESSA
Biennium budget
Vouchers

Assessed values from 2015 to 2016 increased 2.5% to bring the District's assessed value to $930 M

One of the lowest effective millages in Summit County

Under the recent bond initiative the overall cost came under the projected rate and the term was reduced by one year which results in tax payer savings

May updated 5 Year Forecast shows the District being in the BLACK for the life of the Forecast
District Initiatives
Bloodhound Project at Bath
Makerspace at Hillcrest
Drones at RMS
RHS Band & Choir at Disney
Revere Celebration of the Arts
Revere Players
PTA
Farmers Market at Hillcrest Elementary School
Heritage Day at Bath Elementary School
Father's Walk at Revere Middle School
After Prom at Revere High School
Curriculum Mapping
Bundled the standards to teach them in units designed around essential questions
Mapped out the entire year in all content areas
Maps posted on the District website in June, 2017
• Expansion of math programming leading to more students taking Algebra I at the middle school level

• Established a pathway that permits identified students to take Geometry in 8th grade by the 2019 school year.

• Cluster group students for enhanced programming

• Future plans to expand options in the upcoming school year

Suburban League Champions
Volleyball
Girls Soccer
Girls Basketball

H. Peter Burg Sportsmanship Award
76th Annual Summit County Winter Sports Banquet of Champions

Four "Players of the Year" for Suburban League

Three "Coaches of the Year" for Suburban League

One State Qualifier for Swimming

Nine students have signed "letters of intent" to play athletics in college
District-wide Homework Study

Writing Workshops K-8
Services are offered from preschool to high school with programming specific to student needs.

District focus upon enhancing student academic achievement, independence, communication and social/emotional skills

Independent living program for students with intensive needs
• Daily living skills instruction
• Functional academics
• Work experiences at Mobile Meals, Winking Lizard and Old Navy
• Participation in Revere sports (Cross Country, Track & Tennis)
• Community-based instruction experiences

Consortium with CVCC for general programming and specialized courses for students with special needs.

Visit our website to view the FULL
State of the Schools Address at
www.revereschools.org
Full transcript