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  • 1. W. F. Killip Elementary SchoolAnd Community Learning Center
  • 2. W. F. Killip Elementary SchoolAnd Community Learning Center
    2300 E. 6th Avenue
    773-4080
    Principal – Joe Gutierrez
    Secretary – Laura McMinn
    Melba Reyes
    Jolina Garcia
    Nurse – Sally McMillian
    Counselor – Michelle Powers
    Librarian – Jane Reukema
    ELL Specialist – Ana Archuleta
    Parent Liaison – Brett Dechambre
    STARS Coordinator - Jeronimo Vasquez
  • 3. W. F. Killip Elementary SchoolContact Information
    You can contact any teacher or staff member by visiting our web page at www.fusd1.org select Killip School where you will find e-mail addresses, or you are welcome to call the school’s main number and leave a message.
    Killip School communicates with families through,
    Automated phone calls
    Flyers home
    Parent-Teacher Conferences
  • 4. Killip’s Modified Calendar
    • School begins in late July or early August
    • 5. Two 2 week “intersession”
    • 6. October
    • 7. March
    • 8. Prescriptive Intersession Classes
    • 9. Observes all FUSD Holidays
    • 10. Less “gap” time in the summer
    • 11. Preferred for the community and neighborhood
    • 12. Lessens truancy
  • Education At Killip
    Core Subjects
  • Education At Killip
    Non - Core Subjects
  • Education At Killip
    Special Programs
    • RTI (Response To Intervention)
    • 21. Tutoring
    • 22. After school classes and activities
    • 23. Intersession classes
    • 24. Community Garden
    • 25. STARS
    • 26. EMPACT
  • RTI - Response To Intervention
    • A multi-tiered approach that provides instruction at the students level.
    • 27. Students' progress is closely monitored at each stage of instruction to determine the need for further research-based instruction and/or intervention in general education, in special education, or both.
    • 28. The four main elements of the RTI framework are;
    • 29. high quality instruction for all students,
    • 30. tiered instruction/intervention,
    • 31. ongoing student assessment,
    • 32. and family involvement.
    • 33. RTI is not a program. It is a comprehensive system for organizing the district's effort for improving achievement of all students.
  • Killip Community/Neighborhood Relations
    Community /Neighborhood Groups meet at Killip
    • Public Achievement Partnership with NAU
    • 34. Interfaith Council
    • 35. Bringing issues to the community
    • 36. Bringing neighborhood issues to the public and city entities
    • 37. Bringing entities (police, city services, etc) to the community
    • 38. Sunnyside Neighborhood Organization
    • 39. Community Policing
    • 40. Community Garden Project
    • 41. Students learn about gardening, cooperation, care and achieving goals.
    • 42. Food is donated to the Northern Arizona Food Center.
    W. F. Killip school is very proud to apply academics to civic results.
    Mr. Gutierrez makes sure that the school is open and available for the community and its residents to use whenever possible and is a true “Community Learning Center” .
  • 43. STARS
    Students Taking Active Roles in School
    Site Coordinator: Jeronimo Vasquez
    • 21st Century Community Grant Program.
    • 44. Provides intensive academic intervention and enrichment for Killip Students and their families.
    • 45. Classes offered in STARS:Language Arts Math LEGO Robotics Intermediate Chess Advanced Chess HURAKAN KALMEKAK Martial Arts Camp Science - Summer Science Camp
    Adult Education
    • Key elements of the program
    • 46. Four hours of intensive reading/language arts and math intervention by certified teachers each week
    • 47. Five hours per week reading and homework assistance provided before school by FACTS.
    • 48. Two weeks of intersession classes (one week in October and one week in March) and three weeks of summer school.
  • EMPACT
    Empowering Parents And Children Together
  • W.F. Killip Elementary21st Century Community Learning Center
    FACTS (Enrichment)
    Tennis
    Home Economics
    SPARKS Fitness
    Breakfast Club
    Arts & Crafts
    Sports (BB, Soccer)
    Science club
    Computer Lab
    Homework Club
    NAU Theater
    Community Partners
    Sunnyside Neighborhood Association
    Native American Community Action - Pathways
    North Country Community Health Center
    Northern Arizona Interfaith Council
    NAU Department of Anthropology
    NAU Department of Education
    NAU Program for Sustainable Community
    NAU Public Achievement
    National Scholastic Honor Society
    Girl Scouts
    Big Brothers/Big Sisters
    Berg’s Barbque – Think Jesus
    Ponderosa HeadStart
    Flagstaff Parks & Rec.
    Coconino County Attorney’s Office
    Guidance Center
    Hermosa Vida/Beautiful Life
    Trinity Height United Methodist
    Coconino Hispanic Advisory Council
    AZ Community Foundation
    Flagstaff Community Foundation
    Future Teacher of America
    Rodel Foundation
    HURAKAN KALMEKAK MARTIAL ARTS
    Family Engagement
    Parent Center
    Family Nights
    CHESS
    H.K. Martial Arts
    Adult Education
    Community Summits