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School Analysis Project: Snelson Golden Middle School

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School Analysis Project
Snelson Golden Middle School
Sarah McDonald
EDUC 2110
Professor Karen Harper
September 10, 2015

The Community
The City of Hinesville was established in 1777
Currently one of the fastest growing cities in the state of Georgia
Its growth largely due to its neighboring military community Ft Stewart
Known to have been the home of 3 signers of the Declaration of Independence
School District
Mission
To provide all students an education which promotes excellence, good citizenship, and a love of learning.
Vision
All students will receive a high quality education providing them the knowledge and skills to be successful, contributing members of a global society.
The School
AYP Results (6th grade)
Language Arts
93%
meets /exceeds
Science
73%
meets/exceeds
Social Studies
65%
meets/exceeds
Mathematics
85%
meets/exceeds
The School
Sports:

Football
School Clubs are voted on monthly and students must sign up

Analysis of Data
Teacher Interview
Mr McCullough: Science
Savannah State BA Marine Biology/Minor in Chemistry, Masters from Grand Canyon University in Secondary Education, Graduated from Liberty High School

Philosophy:
Middle school needs a lot of hands-on activities. They need you to explain things and tell them why, do not just say "no because I said so". Listen to student feedback and really hear them. "I like to try and understand where my students are coming from". "Have Fun"!
References
www.liberty.k12.ga.us/apps/pages/index.jsp

www.cityofhinesville.org

gosa.georgia.gov/reportcard

quickfacts.census.gov/qfd/states
United States Census Bureau

www.geolytics.com/countydemographics
Demographics:
Total Population 33,437
Black
47%
15,859
White
39%
13,371
His/Latino
11%
3,843
Asian
2%
877
Native Amer. Pacific Is Below
1%
260
Amer.Indian Below
1%
174
Others
3%
1,130
Economics:
Major Industries are Defense, Education, Sales and Office Occupations, and Service Occupations
Average Household Income 40,000-50,000 Annually
Politics: 2012 Presidential Results
Republican
34%
Democrat
65%
Other
1%
Governance Structure
Their decisions impact everything related
Board of Education to school operations. Each members
Seven members contributes in executive, legislative, and
1 meeting per month quasi-judicial responsibilities. Public input
is included during meetings.
Teacher Resources
New Teacher orientation online resource center
School Social Worker
Teacher Teaching and Learning Tool Page
Mission Statement:
To foster students ability for life-long learning through academic and social growth in a committed, collaborative culture.

Culture:
" We are a capturing kids heart school "
friendly environment that is focused on helping students become successful and reach their academic goals.
811
Students
Amer.Indian/Alaskan 6
Asian/Pac.Islander 24
Black 426
Hispanic 90
White 180
Multi-Racial 85
Awards and Recogntions
Dr. Boyd is the district counselor of the year.
Snelson received a trophy for having the most participants for the healthy hinesville 5k

What I've Learned
student success is most important
teachers have to collaborate with a variety of people
Middle School teachers work hard to create hands on activities for students
Snelson is focused on the students but could put more effort into parent involvement
Uniform Policy
: Mandatory uniform dress code policy. It list clothing styles and colors. There are uniform guidelines and how accessories can be worn. Dress down days are included.
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