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  • Community Presentation
    Kewanee CUSD #229
    April 20, 2009
    Federal and State Grants
  • District Goals
    Relationship- Relevance-Rigor
    Ruby Payne’s work on “The Under-Resourced Student
    Higher Order Thinking, Differentiated and Cooperative instruction techniques
    Response to Intervention using Lexia Learning, Reading Plus and Symphony Math to assist all students at risk of failure
  • No Child Left Behind (NCLB)
    Title I and Title II
  • NCLB
    Grants I,II and III
    Goal: All children to meet state academic achievement standards
    Kewanee CUSD #229 is a school wide program
    Our paraprofessional are all highly qualified
  • Title I
    FY 09 $658,983 for Pre K - 8th grade
    FY10 ARRA Stimulus Dollars $226,723 for Pre K - 8th grade (this is a one time only amount)
    FY 10 Approximately $658,983
  • Title I for 2009-2010
  • Title I FY 10
    ARRA $224,723
    School Year 2009-2010
    Computers
    Computer software for Response to Intervention
    Lexia Learning
    Reading Plus
    Symphony Math
    Teacher and staff training in the use of software and new equipment
    Salaries for teachers and paraprofessionals
    Summer school
    After school tutoring
    Response to Intervention (RTI) software
    Professional training for RTI software, differentiated higher order instructional methods.
    Support materials to assist students at risk in math and language arts.
  • TITLE II $122,101
    Class size reduction $119,385
    Allows the district to hire an additional teacher in kindergarten and first grade each year
    Professional Development $1406
    Private School Professional Development allotment $1310
  • Reading Improvement Grant
    FY 09 $72648
    Provides 4.25 paraprofessionals in kindergarten –grade 8
  • Illinois Preschool Grant
    FY 09 $218,134
    Provides 80 three and four year olds with preschool at Lyle School
    Provides 2 preschool classrooms
    2 teachers and 2 paraprofessionals
    1 part time parent coordinator