Gresham-Barlow School District Information

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  • Gresham-Barlow School District Information

    1. 1. Brad Cook<br />Concordia Online<br />Summer 2010<br />introducingGresham-Barlow S.D.<br />
    2. 2. The mission of the Gresham-Barlow School District is to establish a world-class education for all students through the consistent provision of quality programs which will prepare students to be lifelong learners and productive citizens.<br />Gresham-Barlow S.D.<br />Mission Statement.<br />
    3. 3. PresentationOverview<br />1<br />3<br />2<br />District Budget and Curriculum<br />GBSD<br />Demographics <br />of Schools<br />District Office<br />Personnel<br />Data was accumulated from 2009-2010 District documentation <br />and projected numbers for the 2010-2011 school year.<br />
    4. 4. PresentationOverview<br />4<br />5<br />GBSD<br />School Board<br />Of Directors<br />GBSD Support<br />Services<br />Data was accumulated from 2009-2010 District documentation <br />and projected numbers for the 2010-2011 school year.<br />
    5. 5. GBSD Demographics of Schools<br />K -12 Education<br />1<br />
    6. 6. Getting Startedwith Templates<br />Grades Taught: K-12<br />District staff employees : 1,197<br />Total enrollment: 11,261<br />Registered Volunteers in schools: 2,102<br />Volunteer hours logged: 68,072<br />Spoken Languages: 39<br /> Spanish 1060, Russian 96, Romanian 26, Other 151.<br />Located in the eastside of Multnomah county the district covers 54 square miles.<br />
    7. 7. High Schools<br />Barlow H.S. 1914, <br />Gresham H.S. 1782, <br />Springwater Trail H.S. 168<br />Middle Schools<br />Clear Creek 711 Damascus 350 <br />Dexter McCarty 683 Gordon Russell 790 West Orient 433<br />Elementary Schools<br />Deep Creek 312 East Gresham 514 <br />East Orient 457 Hall 492 <br />Highland 589 Hogan Cedars 576 Hollydale 467 Kelly Creek 517 <br />North Gresham 521 Powell Valley 525 West Gresham 345<br />Alternative Schools<br />Alpha (No enrollment data)<br />Enrollment Breakdown<br />by school<br />[11,261]<br />
    8. 8. GBSD High Schools<br />Data presented was pulled from reports created in the Spring of 2010.<br />
    9. 9. Grades: 9 – 12<br />Barlow H.S<br />5105 SE 302nd Avenue, Gresham, OR 97080 503.674.5600<br />Principal: Karen LuckhauptAssistant Principals: Katherine Winning, David Atherton, Bruce Schmidt<br />Projected Enrollment: 1,856Licensed Staff: 103Support Staff: 52<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />All Sam Barlow high Schools graduates will have the knowledge, desire, and courage to be adaptable and productive citizens possessing skills for lifelong learning in the a complex society<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />13% Hispanic<br />30% Economically Disadvantaged<br />7% Special Education<br />3% ELL<br />Students Earning College Credits<br />27%<br />Attendance Rate: 93%<br />Graduation Rate: 80.7%<br />Students with a 2.0 + G.P.A. 76%<br />Grade 9 71%<br />Grade 10 74%<br />Grade 11 78%<br />Grade 12 83%<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 30%<br />23% Free 415 students <br />7% Reduced 133 Students <br />Feeder Schools:<br />Elementary Deep Creek, East Orient, Hall, Hogan Cedars, Kelly Creek, Powell Valley, Middle: Damascus, Gordon Russell, West Orient<br />
    10. 10. Grades: 9 – 12<br />Gresham H.S<br />1200 N. Main Ave. Gresham, OR 97080 503.674.5500<br />Principal: John KochAssistant Principals: Ayesha Freeman, DanelleHeikkila, Tim Collins<br />Student Enrollment: 1782Licensed Staff: 96 <br />Support Staff: 51<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />Glory, Honor, Strength<br /><ul><li>Glory : GHS builds on tradition to challenge the future.
    11. 11. Honor : GHS respects diversity, encourages integrity and values the dignity of every member of our school community.
    12. 12. Strength : GHS works together to achieve personal and academic success for all.</li></ul>Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />22% Hispanic<br />42% Economically Disadvantaged<br />7% Special Education<br />7% ELL<br />Students Earning College Credits<br />8%<br />Attendance Rate 89%<br />Graduation Rate: 86.7%<br />Students with a 2.0 + G.P.A. 70.2%<br />Grade 9 67.9%<br />Grade 10 67.4%<br />Grade 11 69.9%<br />Grade 12 77.1%<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 42%<br />35% Free 587 students <br />7% Reduced 120 Students <br />Feeder Schools:<br />Elementary – East Gresham, Highland, Hogan Cedars, Hollydale, North Gresham, West Gresham, Middle: Clear Creek, McCarty.<br />
    13. 13. Grades: 9 – 12<br />Springwater Trail H.S<br />1440 SE Fleming Avenue, Gresham, OR 97030 503.667.4669<br />Principal: Terrence Smyth<br />Projected Enrollment: 168Licensed Staff: 15Support Staff: 9<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />Springwater Trail High School is a community of learning, hope and high expectations. It encourages a culture which connects with the community and which supports learning, growth and responsibility that is intentional and reflective.<br />Philosophy:<br />•   Students thrive in a small caring community<br />•   Intellectual development is a key to academic success and personal fulfillment<br />•   Curriculum and instruction engages talents and abilities of each student<br />•   Students demonstrate responsibility by contributing to their community<br />•   Student commitment is essential to their success and learning<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />18% Hispanic<br />51% Economically Disadvantaged<br />18% Special Education<br />2% ELL<br />Students Earning College Credits<br />N/A<br />Attendance Rate: 91%<br />Graduation Rate: 63.6%<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 51%<br />37% Free 587 students <br />7% Reduced 120 Students <br />SpringwaterTrail High School is unique because we have the opportunity to create a more personal learning environment, where students who have not traditionally connected to the large school environment, have another opportunity to become successful, academically and socially, while maintaining high academic requirements. <br />
    14. 14. GBSD Middle Schools<br />Data presented was pulled from reports created in the Spring of 2010.<br />
    15. 15. Grades: 6-8<br />Clear Creek M.S. <br />219 NE 219th Avenue, Gresham, OR 97030 503.492.6700<br />Principal: Nicki HudsonAssistant Principals: Tadd Gestin and Elise Catanese<br />Projected Enrollment: 710Licensed Staff: 44Support Staff: 20<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />Through a constant emphasis of the “4R’s” we will provide a superior academic, physical, and social/emotional education that teaches all students how to be happy and healthy life –long learners, productive citizens, and caring adults.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />29% Hispanic<br />58% Economically Disadvantaged<br />10% Special Education<br />12% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 94%<br />Average Core Class Size: 31<br />Grade 8 Meeting all Work Samples and Achievement Standards 64%<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 58%<br />49% Free 343 students <br />9% Reduced 66 Students <br />Feeder Schools:<br />Elementary –Highland, North Gresham, Hollydale; High School - Gresham<br />
    16. 16. Grades: 6-8<br />Dexter McCarty M.S. <br />1400 SE 5th Street, Gresham, OR 97080 503..665.0148<br />Principal: Derek GarrisonAssistant Principals: Lori Bennis, Steve Smith <br />Projected Enrollment: 683Licensed Staff: 36Support Staff: 18<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />Students at McCarty are immersed in an atmoosphere that promotes academic excellence, wellness, the arts, responsibility, accountability, community, citizenship, and an enthusiasm for life-long learning.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />27% Hispanic<br />50% Economically Disadvantaged<br />9% Special Education<br />8% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 94.3%<br />Average Core Class Size: 29<br />Grade 8 Meeting all Work Samples and Achievement Standards 74.1%<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 50%<br />40% Free 269 students <br />10% Reduced 67 Students <br />Feeder Schools:<br />Elementary East Gresham, Hogan Cedars, Hollydale, and West Gresham; High School - Gresham<br />
    17. 17. Grades: 6-8<br />Gordon Russell M.S. <br />3625 E. Powell Valley Road, Gresham, OR 97080 503.667.6900<br />Gordon Russell Middle School; Grades: 6 - 8Principal: Randall BryantAssistant Principal: Michele Cook<br />Projected Enrollment: 790Licensed Staff: 47Support Staff: 20<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />Gordon Russell Middle School is committed to high quality and developmentally appropriate middle-level education. We work to create educational experiences for our students characterized by quality work and relevant learning through challengeing integrated curriculum instruction and assessment.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />22% Hispanic<br />46% Economically Disadvantaged<br />11% Special Education<br />9% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 93.7%<br />Average Core Class Size: 27.9<br />Grade 8 Meeting all Work Samples and Achievement Standards 80%<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 46%<br />39% Free 303 students <br />7% Reduced 58 Students <br />Feeder Schools:<br />Elementary – Hall, Kelly Creek, Powell Valley; High School - Barlow<br />
    18. 18. Grades: 6-8<br />West Orient M.S. <br />29805 SE Orient Drive, Gresham, OR 97080 503.663.3323<br />Principal: Tim TuttyAssistant Principal: Elise Catanese<br />Projected Enrollment: 433Licensed Staff: 23Support Staff: 8<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />As a community of learners, the students, staff, and parents at West Orient Middle School strive to practice respect, responsibility, relationships, and results<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />22% Hispanic<br />46% Economically Disadvantaged<br />11% Special Education<br />9% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 94.2%<br />Average Core Class Size: 29.8<br />Grade 8 Meeting all Work Samples and Achievement Standards 83%<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 33%<br />27% Free 119 students <br />6% Reduced 26 Students <br />Feeder Schools:<br />Elementary – East Orient, Hogan Cedars; High School - Barlow<br />
    19. 19. Grades: 5-8<br />Damascus M.S. <br />14151 SE 242nd Avenue, Damascus, OR 97089 503.658.3171<br />Principal: Lori Walter<br />Projected Enrollment: 350Licensed Staff: 22Support Staff: 11 <br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />Together, we prepare, challenges, and support adolescents for participation in society as respectful, responsible, lifelong learners.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />6% Hispanic<br />26% Economically Disadvantaged<br />10% Special Education<br />3% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 95.7%<br />Average Core Class Size: 28.7<br />Grade 8 Meeting all Work Samples and Achievement Standards 30%<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 26%<br />20% Free 66 students <br />6% Reduced 18 Students <br />Feeder Schools:<br />Elementary – Deep Creek - Barlow<br />
    20. 20. GBSD Elementary Schools<br />Data presented was pulled from reports created in the Spring of 2010.<br />
    21. 21. Grades: K-4<br />Deep Creek Elementary<br />15600 SE 232nd Drive, Damascus, OR 97089 503.658.3184<br />Principal - Lori WalterProjected Enrollment: 260<br />Licensed Staff: 19Support Staff: 16<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />An environment that nurtures safety, respect, and responsibility<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />9% Hispanic<br />33% Economically Disadvantaged<br />14% Special Education<br />10% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 95.1%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 23.8<br />3-4 Students 28.3<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 33%<br />27% Free 73 students <br />6% Reduced 17 Students <br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – Damascus; <br />High School - Barlow<br />
    22. 22. Grades: K-5<br />Powell Valley Elementary<br />4825 E Powell Valley Road, Gresham, OR 97080 503.661.1510<br />Principal: Becky KadrmasProjected Enrollment: 525<br />Licensed staff: 27<br />Support Staff:19<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />Powell Valley Elementary School is committed to lifelong learning. We strive to provide an environment that promotes a positive self-image, allows for maximum academic achievement, and encourages healthy lifestyles and interpersonal relationships.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />24% Hispanic<br />45% Economically Disadvantaged<br />11% Special Education<br />13% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 95%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 23<br />3-5 Students 29<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 45%<br />38% Free 180 students <br />7% Reduced 35 Students<br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – Gordon Russell; High School - Barlow<br />
    23. 23. Grades: K-5<br />West Gresham Elementary<br />4825 E Powell Valley Road, Gresham, OR 97080 503.661.1510<br />Principal: Karina Bruzzese Projected Enrollment: 319<br />Licensed Staff: 23Support Staff: 11<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />Students will be successful when challenged academically and provided with a variety of opportunities to anticipate in meaningful school service and performance activities.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />15% Hispanic<br />43% Economically Disadvantaged<br />12% Special Education<br />12% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 93.9%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 25<br />3-5 Students 27<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 43%<br />35% Free 119 students <br />8% Reduced 26 Students<br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – Dexter McCarty; High School - Gresham<br />
    24. 24. Grades: K-5<br />East Gresham Elementary<br />900 SE 5th Street, Gresham, OR 97080 503.661.6050<br />Principal - Tracy KlingerProjected Enrollment: 514<br />Licensed Staff: 27Support Staff: 22<br />Vision/Mission Statement<br />East Gresham Elementary School is dedicated to providing students an education that will prepare them for continued learning and success in life.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />43% Hispanic<br />78% Economically Disadvantaged<br />16% Special Education<br />33% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 94.2%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 23<br />3-5 Students 31<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 78%<br />71% Free 303 students <br />7% Reduced 28 Students<br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – Dexter McCarty; High School - Gresham<br />
    25. 25. Grades: K-5<br />North Gresham Elementary<br />1001 SE 217th Avenue, Gresham, OR 97030 503.661.6415<br />Principal: Tom Klansnic<br />Projected Enrollment: 521<br />Licensed Staff: 27Support Staff: 20<br />Vision/Mission StatementNorth Gresham Elementary School works together as a family including community, parents, staff, and students, to provide an exceptional learning environment. In this environment you will find diverse opportunities for students to learn in <br />their own unique way. <br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />27% Hispanic<br />58% Economically Disadvantaged<br />10% Special Education<br />22% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 94%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 27<br />3-5 Students 28<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 58%<br />49% Free 256 students <br />9% Reduced 45 Students<br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – Clear Creek; <br />High School - Gresham<br />
    26. 26. Grades: K-5<br />East Orient Elementary<br />7431 SE 302nd Avenue, Gresham, OR 97080 503.663.4818<br />Principal: Jennifer Paulsen Projected Enrollment: 457<br />Licensed Staff: 26Support Staff: 16 <br />Vision/Mission StatementOur mission is to support all students as they strive to maximize their academic and social potential.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />10% Hispanic<br />30% Economically Disadvantaged<br />13% Special Education<br />6% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 94%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 25<br />3-5 Students 32<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 30%<br />22% Free 105 students <br />8% Reduced 36 Students<br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – West Orient; <br />High School - Barlow<br />
    27. 27. Grades: K-5<br />Hall Elementary<br />2505 NE 23rd Street, Gresham, OR 97030 503.661.6330<br />Principal: Carlynn CappsProjected Enrollment: 492<br />Licensed Staff: 26Support Staff: 23<br />Vision/Mission StatementAt Hall Elementary, we are. . . Partnering with our students, families and community to inspire lifelong learners in a safe, respectful environment where all students can learn.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />35% Hispanic<br />71% Economically Disadvantaged<br />15% Special Education<br />23% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 93%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 26.2<br />3-5 Students 31.7<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 71%<br />62% Free 299 students <br />9% Reduced 44 Students<br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – Gordon Russell; <br />High School - Barlow<br />
    28. 28. Grades: K-5<br />Hogan Cedars Elementary<br />2505 NE 23rd Street, Gresham, OR 97030 503.661.6330<br />Principal: Debra JamesProjected Enrollment: 576<br />Licensed Staff: 28Support Staff: 19<br />Vision/Mission StatementThe community of Hogan Cedars provides a safe and welcoming environment that nurtures the social, emotional, and academic growth of every child.  Student potential is maximized through professional commitment and the use of best practices.  Hogan Cedars instills a passion for learning and fosters responsible and empathetic world citizens.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />28% Hispanic<br />52% Economically Disadvantaged<br />7% Special Education<br />19% ELL<br />Attendance Rate 94.2%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 26.8<br />3-5 Students 28.9<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 52%<br />43% Free 243 students <br />9% Reduced 49 Students<br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – Dexter McCarty, West Orient; High School - Barlow<br />
    29. 29. Grades: K-5<br />Highland Elementary<br />295 NE 24th Street, Gresham, OR 97030 503.665.7158<br />Principal: Terri BothwellProjected Enrollment: 589<br />Licensed staff: 30Support Staff: 21<br />Vision/Mission StatementWe believe that all children are unique, can learn, and succeed. The staff at Highland Elementary School believes that all children can learn.  We also believe in helping them be successful both as individuals and as team members.  We attempt to make school fun and interesting and to provide children with the learning opportunities necessary to achieve grade level standards.  Maintaining a strong academic program and programs that are developmentally appropriate are priorities with the staff. <br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />46% Hispanic<br />69% Economically Disadvantaged<br />8% Special Education<br />33% ELL<br />Attendance Rate: 92%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 22<br />3-5 Students 30<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 69%<br />59% Free 307 students <br />10% Reduced 52 Students<br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – Clear Creek;<br />High School - Gresham<br />
    30. 30. Grades: K-5<br />Hollydale Elementary<br />505 SW Birdsdale Drive, Gresham, OR 97080 503.661.6226<br />Principal – Elaine LuckenbaughProjected Enrollment: 469<br />Licensed Staff: 28Support Staff: 20<br />Vision/Mission StatementOur Hollydale community takes pride in being safe, responsible and respectful.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />23% Hispanic<br />52% Economically Disadvantaged<br />13% Special Education<br />15% ELL<br />Attendance Rate: 95%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 26<br />3-5 Students 29<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 52%<br />44% Free 216 students<br />8% Reduced 38 Students<br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – Clear Creek, Dexter McCarty; High School - Gresham<br />
    31. 31. Grades: K-5<br />Kelly Creek Elementary<br />2400 SE Baker Way, Gresham, OR 97080 503.663.7483<br />Principal: Robert GoerkeProjected Enrollment: 517<br />Licensed Staff: 24Support Staff: 15<br />Vision/Mission StatementBelieving the education of children is important, we promote high academics, respect individuality, integrate instruction, develop lifelong learners, and encourage respect and responsibility.<br />Demographics and Program Enrollments<br />21% Hispanic<br />47% Economically Disadvantaged<br />10% Special Education<br />15% ELL<br />Attendance Rate: 95%<br />Average Core Class Size:<br />K-2 Students 26<br />3-5 Students 31<br />Free and Reduced Lunch: 47%<br />41% Free 218 students<br />6% Reduced 34 Students<br />Feeder Schools:<br />Middle – Gordon Russell; High School - Barlow<br />
    32. 32. 2<br />District Office Personnel<br />Administrative Team, Business, Human Resource Dept., Curriculum Director<br />
    33. 33. GBSD District Administrative Team 2009-2010<br />Jerry Jones<br />Assistant Superintendent<br />Chief Financial Officer<br />Jim Schlachter<br />Superintendent of Schools<br /> Jim Schlachter was appointed superintendent of schools in 2010. Prior to that, he served as assistant superintendent of the Gresham-Barlow School District for two years. In that role, he was responsible for guiding the district’s various learning initiatives and overseeing its five middle schools and three high schools.<br />Before becoming assistant superintendent, Schlachter served as Director of K-8 Education for the district from 2006 to 2008.<br />He has also served as principal of two schools in the district—Gordon Russell Middle School and Damascus Middle School.<br />Before coming to the Gresham-Barlow School District, Schlachter worked as a middle school assistant principal in the Beaverton School District. Schachtertaught school for fifteen years prior to joining the administrative ranks. He has taught science and math at the middle school level and science at the high school level.<br />Steve Lewis<br />Director of Human Resources<br /> <br />
    34. 34. GBSD District Budget Message 2009-2010<br />Budget Message 2009-2010<br />Conclusion<br />The 2009-2010 proposed budget reflects the funding level based on the most recent information. We will continue to live with ambiguity in the coming weeks and months.<br />Building a budget at the proposed estimates level of reductions means there are no good choices. It translates to fewer services to students and this community. One cannot examine the list of reductions and not conclude the valuable opportunity for students are not going to be available next year. This has been a very difficult budget year. Should the legislature choose to fund schools about the $5.9 billion estimate, the administration will be prepared to discuss restorations with the school board. If schools are funded below the estimate, further reductions will be required.<br />We thank the community, patrons and staff for their participation and important input in the creation of this budget. We also acknowledge that administration for the challenging and difficult task of preparing this budget as well.<br />Many thanks in advance to the budget committee member for their service to the students, staff and patrons of the District. We look forward to working with you to provide a world-class education for all students. <br />The Gresham-Barlow School District is fortunate to have such a supportive community.<br />The District staff and resources are available to the budget committee.<br />John Minor<br />Superintendent of Schools<br />2007-2010<br />Retiring after 34 years in education<br />Hired to teach Social Studies in 1976<br />Assistant Superintendent for 6 years<br />4 years - Human Resource Director<br />MS and HS Principal<br /> <br />
    35. 35. GBSD Business Office 2009-2010<br />Jerry Jones<br />Chief Financial Officer<br />503.618.2460<br />Gina Sanstrum<br />Finance Supervisor<br />503.618.2470<br />Lynne Hill<br />Budget Analyst<br />503.618.2491<br />Kristy Bryant<br />Accounts Payable (A-N)<br />503.618.2464<br />Debbie Parker<br />Accounts Payable (O-Z)<br />503.618.2466<br />Not Pictured<br />Michelle Hobbs<br />Administrative Secretary<br />503.618.2446<br />Bonny Brown<br />Lead Payroll Clerk<br />503.618.2468<br />Teri Pitts<br />Payroll Clerk<br />503.618.2465<br />Julie Kokoruda<br />Accounting Assistant<br />503.618.2484<br />Elaine Caldwell<br />Accounting Assistant II<br />503.618.2494<br />
    36. 36. GBSD Human Resource Dept. 2009-2010<br />members<br />1 2 3 45 6<br />Rockie Cone<br />Administrative Secetary<br />503.618.2461<br />Responsibilities:<br />Appointments for Steve Lewis, Licensed Application Information, EdZappOline Application System, Student Teachers, Staff Evaluations, Verifications of Employment, End of year Recognitions, Job Descriptions, Administrator Professional Rotation, Safe Schools-Mandatory Employee Training <br /> <br />Steve Lewis<br />(Human Resource Director<br />Oversite of all human Resource department activities, initiatives and staff<br />Peggy Ducey<br />HR Specialist<br />505.618.2452<br />Responsibilities: <br />Licensed Contract Offers, Employee Salaries/Staffing Changes, Licensed and Classified Postings/Hire Notices, General Extended Leaves & Daily Absences (Not Parental & Medical), Retirements<br /> <br />Cheryl Harris<br />HR Specialist<br />503.618.2808<br />Teacher Licensure, Tuition Reimbursement, Licensed & Classified Highly Qualified Status, Web Reports (Class Size, Positions, etc.)Extra-Duty Contracts, Coaching Postings/Hire Notices, Classified Employment Offers, Staff Labels, Swimming Pool Temporary Hires <br />
    37. 37. GBSD Human Resource Dept. 2009-2010<br />members<br />1 2 3 4 5 6<br />Lisa Snider<br />HR Specialist<br />503.6182.448<br />Responsibilities:<br />Group Health Insurance, Classified Application Information, Employee Calendars, Fingerprinting, Faciility Monitors, First Aid Training, Bloodborne Pathogen Training, Name & Address Changes <br />Tom Richards<br />HR Specialist<br />503.618.2636<br />Responsibilities: <br />Workers' Compensation, ADA Compliance , FMLA/OFLA Leaves, Jury Duty<br /> <br />
    38. 38. Licensed Staff Salary Schedule<br />Gresham-Barlow School District<br />
    39. 39. 2009-2010<br />Classified Staff Salary Schedule<br />Gresham-Barlow School District<br />
    40. 40. Principal’s Staff Salary Schedule<br />Gresham-Barlow School District<br />
    41. 41. Administrative Staff Benefits<br />The following plans are provided at district expense to members regularly working four hours per day or more.<br />Additional Licensed BenefitsEmployee Assistance Program: An Employee Assistance Program is offered to all employees at no cost. The program is conficential and can be accessed anonymously. It allows employees and their families to access a variety of emotional and mental health programs for assistance. UnumProvident Long-Term Care Insurance. Covered facilities include long-term care, assisted living, adult foster home, and residential Alzheimer’s care, as well as professional home care. Employees are eligible to purchase coverage when first employed without filling out a medical questionnaire as long as benefits chosen do not exceed the guarantee issue limits. To enroll after the first eligibility period, a medical history is required and approval is subject to review by UnumProvident. Coverage for family members is always subject to medical underwriting. For an enrollment kit, please contact Human Resources.<br />FLEX Benefits (Section 125):Section 125 Flex Benefit for Out-of-Pocket Premium Expense: This is a previously offered benefit that allows for the out-of-pocket cost for health insurance premiums to be deducted from your paycheck on a pre-tax basis. This plan applies only to premiums not covered by the insurance cap and the pool. <br />Section 125 Flex Benefit for Out-of-Pocket Medical Expenses and Dependent Care: This benefit allows you to contribute to a medical expense or dependent care spending account using pre-tax dollars. It is administered by American Fidelity Assurance Company. <br />Administrator Insurance PremiumsCap Per Full Time Staff Member (pro-rated if less than 1.0 FTE): $860.00<br />Insurance Pool: Will be established once open enrollment has closed. <br />
    42. 42. License Insurance Premiums<br />2009-2010 Insurance - Cap Per Member:<br /><ul><li>$930.00 @ 1.0 FTE,
    43. 43. $688.00 @ .8 FTE,
    44. 44. $516.00 @ .6 FTE,
    45. 45. $465.00 @ .5 FTE</li></ul>‎<br />License Staff Benefits<br />The following plans are mandatory for those working .5 FTE or more:<br />Additional Licensed Benefits<br />Sick Leave & Other Leaves: All full-time employees receive 10 sick leave days per year. The 10 days are pro-rated for part-time employees. In addition, employees have personal, bereavement, funeral, family illness, professional, and military leaves available to them.College Tuition Reimbursement: The Gresham-Barlow School District offers college classes for employees through a tuition reimbursement program. Courses must lead to a higher degree, certificate or contribute to improving job performance.Extra Duty: The district pays for extra duty performed by employees for involvement with athletics and activities. These events include, but are not limited to, newspapers, yearbooks, speech, theater, pep squad, cheerleaders, drill teams, student councils, department chair, coaches, band directors, and choral directors.Employee Assistance Program: An Employee Assistance Program is offered to all employees at no cost. The program is confidential and can be accessed anonymously. It allows employees and their families to access a variety of emotional and mental health programs for assistance. See Cascade Centers for more information.Provident Long-Term Care Insurance. Covered facilities include long-term care, assisted living, adult foster home, and residential Alzheimer’s care, as well as professional home care. <br />District Budget Fast Stats -GBSD<br />Budget:<br />0211 PERS $650,070<br />0212 PERS Pickup $2,201,772<br />0213 PERS Bonds $3,456,661<br />0220 Social Security $3,922,515<br />0231 Workers Compensation $310,536<br />0232 Unemployment Comp $51,413<br />0240 Employee Insurance $10,954,103<br />0241 Tuition Paid To College $225,000<br />0242 Tuition Rem. To Emp. $105,000<br />0243 Tuition Administrators $25,000<br />0244 Early Retirement $621,715<br />0245 TSA $198,739<br />0246 Business Expenses $7,950<br />Total Benefits $22,730,474<br />FLEX Benefits (Section 125):Section 125 Flex Benefit for Out-of-Pocket Premium Expense, Section 125 Flex Benefit for Out-of-Pocket Medical Expenses and Dependent Care: <br />Licensed Substitute System: The district maintains a Substitute Employee Management System, SmartFindExpress, throughout the school year. This is an automated system that allows professional employees to call or go online any time of the day or night to record an absence, and to request a substitute.National Board Certification Support: The Gresham-Board School District has a long history of support for teachers that wish to strive for National Board Certification. This support comes in the form of tuition reimbursement, administrative encouragement, and mentoring support from Certified teachers. Currently the district has more Nationally Certified staff than any other district in the state.Mentor Program: The district offers mentors for all new to the profession teachers. These teachers also meet at regular times for additional opportunities to learn from more experienced practitioners.<br />
    46. 46. Classified Staff Benefits<br />The following plans are provided at district expense to members regularly working four hours per day or more.<br />Additional Licensed Benefits<br />Sick Leave & Other Leaves: All full-time employees receive one sick day for every 20 days worked with a minimum of 10 days per year and a maximum of 12 days per year. Sick leave is credited according to the employee's average workday. In addition, employees have personal, bereavement, funeral, family illness, professional, and military leaves available to them.Teacher Training Program for Paraprofessionals: The district offers support and financial assistance to current paraprofessional employees who desire to pursue a college degree and teacher certificate in an acute teaching shortage area. Specific guidelines for the program are available in the office of Human Resources.Employee Assistance Program: An Employee Assistance Program is offered to all employees at no cost. The program is confidential and can be accessed anonymously. It allows employees and their families to access a variety of emotional and mental health programs for assistance. See Cascade Centers for more information.<br />Classified Insurance Premiums<br />2009-2010 Insurance Cap Per Member:$850.00 if regularly working 30+ hr/wk <br />$425.00 if regularly working 15-29 hr/wk(Pending Contract Negotiations)‎<br />FLEX Benefits (Section 125):Section 125 Flex Benefit for Out-of-Pocket Premium Expense, Section 125 Flex Benefit for Out-of-Pocket Medical Expenses and Dependent Care: <br />UnumProvident Long-Term Care Insurance. Covered facilities include long-term care, assisted living, adult foster home, and residential Alzheimer’s care, as well as professional home care. Employees are eligible to purchase coverage when first employed without filling out a medical questionnaire as long as benefits chosen do not exceed the guarantee issue limits. To enroll after the first eligibility period, a medical history is required and approval is subject to review by UnumProvident. Coverage for family members is always subject to medical underwriting. For an enrollment kit, please contact Human Resources.<br />
    47. 47. 3<br />Budget / CurriculumGraduation Requirements<br />Gresham-Barlow S.D.<br />
    48. 48. [$98.1 Million]<br />DISTRICT WIDE<br />DW Budget<br />2009-2010 Adopted Expenditures<br />Instruction 62.47% $57,256,643<br />Support Services 36.39% $33,365,649<br />Community Service 0.26% $236,771<br />Facilities Acq. And Cons. 0.55% $500,000<br />Debt Service & Transfers 0.33% $300,000<br />2009-2010 General Fund Revenue By Source<br />Taxes 21.87% $21,447,925<br />State Funding 66.53% $65,247,473<br />Beginning Fund Balance 9.09% $8,919,540<br />Other Revenue 1.85% $1,814,300<br />Investments .66% $650,00<br />
    49. 49. DISTRICT WIDE<br />DW Instruction<br />(K-12)<br />Instructional Certified Staff - 695 Highly Qualified – 692 Support Staff - 403<br />H.S. Specialty Programs<br />Career and Technical Education (CTE) in GBSD<br /><ul><li>Approved Programs of Study
    50. 50. Accounting – Gresham H.S.
    51. 51. Automotive - Gresham H.S.
    52. 52. Culinary Arts – Barlow H.S.
    53. 53. Drafting – Barlow H.S.
    54. 54. Early Childhood Education – Barlow/Gresham H.S.
    55. 55. Graphic Design – Gresham H.S.
    56. 56. Information Technology - Gresham H.S.
    57. 57. Marketing – Barlow H.S.
    58. 58. Metals Manufacturing – Barlow H.S.
    59. 59. Woods/Construction – Barlow/Gresham H.S.</li></ul>Center for Advance Learning (CAL) Students from G.H.S. and B.H.S. have the opportunity to attend on a every other day schedule. <br />Programs available:<br /><ul><li>Digital Media
    60. 60. Engineering / Manufacturing
    61. 61. Health Sciences
    62. 62. Network Programming
    63. 63. English</li></ul>ACE - The Academy for Architecture, Construction & Engineering<br />
    64. 64. Teresa Ketelsen<br />Director of Curriculum and Instruction, K-12<br />503.618.2467<br />Angie Kautz<br />TOSA/Professional Development<br />Grace Arnold<br />Administrative Secretary<br />Curriculum Budget Fast Stats -GBSD<br />Budget:<br />2213 Curriculum Development<br />0100 Salaries $392,736<br />0200 Benefits $125, 316<br />0300 Purchased Services $50,684<br />0400 Supplies & Materials $5,631<br />0600 Other $598<br />400 District / Project $78,717<br />2213 Total Curriculum Development<br /> $653,682<br />K-12 Curriculum<br />The Gresham-Barlow School District K-12 curriculum is defined around this purpose: Our students will engage in a variety of experiences that engender and support the knowledge and skills necessary for success as a 21st century citizen. District curriculum supports teaching and learning practices that build critically literate thinkers. Our curriculum development and renewal processes involve classroom piloting and evaluation of materials that support our curriculum focus <br />http://district.gresham.k12.or.us/curriculum_section/curriculum_main.html<br />GBSD Curriculum Information<br />Teresa Ketelson<br />Director of Curriculum and Instruction<br />2010-2011 Projections<br />Average class sizes across the district will increase 2 to 3 students depending upon grade level. Class size averages are projected to be 27 for grades K-5, 32 for grades 6-8 (core classes), and 31 for grades 9-12 (core classes)<br />
    65. 65. DW Graduation Requirements<br />DISTRICT WIDE<br />A diploma is awarded to a student who has satisfactorily completed a minimum of 26 credits (2011), as designated below<br />Minimum High School Graduation Credit Requirements<br />Work Sample Portfolio will be embedded in content area classes for the Class of 2012.<br />Language Arts 4.0 4.0<br />Social Studies 3.0 3.0<br />Applied/Fine Arts .50 .50<br />Mathematics *Algebra 1 and above 2011 3.0 3.0<br />Science 2.0 3.0<br />Personal Development 2.0 2.0<br />(one semester each year of combined health and PE)<br />World Language (Foreign Language): 1.0 1.0<br />Students must complete one year of a world language in high school.<br />Work Sample Portfolio .50 .50<br />Technology .50 .50<br />Career Area of Interest <br />• Students must complete a four year Career Area of Interest which includes the core classes required for graduation, a total of 4.5 credits of a combination of Related and Advanced Mastery Courses, a Senior Project related to their Program of Study, and the Work Sample Portfolio.<br />• .50 credit will be earned by completion of a required Senior Project related to the Program of Study.<br />• General Electives to Support Post-High School Goals<br />5.0 5.0<br />Total Required Units/Credits <br /> 26.0 27.0<br />Subject Units/ <br />Credits Class:<br />2010 & 2011<br />Subject Units/ <br />Credits Class:<br />2012& 2013<br />Barlow H.S • Gresham H.S • Springwater Trail H.S<br />
    66. 66. 4<br />Elected Board of Directors<br />Gresham-Barlow S.D.<br />The most important thing a school board does is to establish a vision for the community's schools that reflects a consensus of the board, community and district staff. The school board has a wide variety of additional responsibilities, such as adopting a balanced annual budget and issuing interim financial reports, adopting the school calendar, negotiating contracts with employee unions, approving curriculum materials and closing or constructing schools. (http://www.greatschools.org) <br />
    67. 67. GBSD Board of Directors 2009-2010<br />members<br />1 2 3 4 5 6 7<br />Dale Clark <br />(VICE CHAIR) - Zone (at large)(Term of Office 2009-2013)<br />Phone: (503) 708-6909 Dale is a communications supervisor for PGE (Portland General Electric).  He was appointed to the board to fill a vacancy in Position 6, At-Large, in December of 2006. In May of 2009,Dale was elected by voters to continue his service on the board.  The current term for this position expires June 30, 2013.<br /> <br />Kris Howatt <br />(CHAIR) - Zone 3 <br />(Term of Office 2007-2011)<br />Phone: (503) 669-9255 (H)Kris is a former PGE employee who has been a stay-at-home mom since 1994. Long active as a school volunteer, Kris was appointed to the board to fill a vacancy for Zone 3 in December of 2000 and subsequently elected to the remaining two years of that four-year term. She was re-elected in 2003 and in 2007; her current term expires in 2011.Kris also serves as a board member for the Oregon School Boards Association (OSBA), representing Multnomah County.<br />Kent Zook <br />Zone 4 <br />(Term of Office 2009-2013)<br />Phone: (503) 278-6096 (H)Kent is a regional sales manager for Weiland Electric, Inc. He was appointed by the board on November 1, 2007, to fill a vacancy on Position 7, which is an at-large position.  In May 2009, he was elected by voters to represent Zone 4, Position 5,  His current term expires June 30, 2013.<br /> <br />Matt O’Connell<br />Zone 2 <br />(Term of Office 2009-2013)<br />Phone: (503) 680-1314 (H) <br />Matt is a community banker for Home Savings of America.  He was appointed to the board in September 2008 to fill a vacancy in Zone 2; he was then elected by voters in May 2009 to continue this service.  The current term for Zone 2 expires June 30, 2013<br /> <br />
    68. 68. GBSD Board of Directors 2009-2010<br />members<br />1 2 3 4 5 6 7<br />Meeting of July 8, 2010<br />Approved <br />Official School Board Designations<br /><ul><li>District Clerk – Jim Schlachter
    69. 69. Deputy Clerk – Jerry Jones
    70. 70. Budget Officer/Custodian of Funds/and Facsimile Signature – Jerry Jones
    71. 71. Official Auditors – Pauly and Rogers
    72. 72. Depositories of Funds – U.S. Bank
    73. 73. Officials for Federal/State Grants – Jim Schlachter and Jerry Jones
    74. 74. Newspaper of Record – The Gresham Outlook
    75. 75. Insurance Agent of Record – Beecher Carlson Insurance Agency, LLC (Liability) LaPorte (Workers’Comp)
    76. 76. TSA and Deferred Compensation Compliance – Carrulh Compliance Consulting</li></ul>Kathy Ruthruff<br />Zone 1 <br />(Term of Office 2007-2011)<br />Phone: (503) 658-3391 (H)Kathy recently retired as a pharmacy tech for Safeway Stores, Inc. She was appointed to a one-year term on the unified board in 1994 and has since been re-elected 3 times. Her current term expires in 2011.<br /> <br />Dan Chriestenson <br />Zone (at large) <br />(Term of Office 2007-2011)<br />Phone: 503-348-6569 Dan is the business development manager for the Weston Auto Dealerships. He has five children, all of whom have attended schools in the Gresham-Barlow School District.  Dan was elected in May of 2009 to represent Position 7, Zone At-Large.  His term expires June 30, 2011.<br />Carla Piluso<br />Zone (at large) <br />(Term of Office 2009-2013)<br />Phone: (503) 666-2525 (H)Carla retired in January 2009 capping a 30-year career with the Gresham Police Department and is the appointed chair of Multnomah County's Commission on Children, Families and Community.  She was elected to the Gresham-Barlow School District Board of Directors in May of 2009 to represent Position 4, Zone At-Large.  Her term expires June 30, 2013.<br /> <br />
    77. 77. 5<br />GBSD Support Services<br />Transportation, Food Services, Maintenance and Custodial<br />
    78. 78. The nutrition services operation in the Gresham-Barlow School District is ta participant in the United States Department of Agriculture’s School nutrition Program. Breakfast and Lunch are served at all schools daily and nutritional snacks provide for day care centers and after school programs. There will be approximately 8,655 meals served daily as breakfast, lunch, snacks, a-la-carte and special function meals. <br /> <br />The program was funded last year by the sale of meals (33.13%) and the subsidy of monies by the state and federal governments (55.25%) with remaining (9.62%) from available cash.<br /> <br />The School Board determined that the Nutrition Services Department is to be self-sufficient and not further subsidized by the General Fund. School year 2008-2009 is the twenty-seventh self-sufficient year for the Nutrition Service Program. <br />(Adopted Budget 09-10, Nutrition Services p.247)<br />Food Service Fast Stats -GBSD<br />Kitchens - 20<br />Meals Served: 1,575,210 approx.<br />Staff Members - 80<br />4 High Schools - 24 employees<br />5 Middle Schools - 25 employees<br />11 Elementary Schools - 31 employees<br />Automated system -  Mealtime<br />State/federal reimbursement levels:  <br />Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks and Supper<br />Kitchen Conditions – Good<br />All kitchens are in good condition and are well maintained through both in-house and out-source contract services.<br />Food Services Budget:<br />Food Services Revenue Sources<br />1000 Local $1,460,000<br />3000 State $46,000<br />4000 Federal $2,250,00<br />5000 Other $400,000 <br />Total Food Service Fund: $4,156,000<br />Food Services<br />David A. Short<br />Nutrition Services Director<br />
    79. 79. [1,143,245]<br />Transportation – First Student<br />MILES<br /><ul><li>Comprised of 135 drivers
    80. 80. 1,143,245 miles traveled during the 2009-2010 school year.
    81. 81. 3 different size vehicles (big busses, short busses, and vans)
    82. 82. Bus Routes</li></ul>73 different large bus routes<br />28 kindergarten routs (short busses)<br />25 vans routs<br />17 after school activities/program routs<br /><ul><li>153 students riding and special needs buses/problems
    83. 83. 120 buses and vans in operation, the majority of the buses were new in 1999-2001, 6-10 large buses will be phased out this year. 21 busses were purchased new in 2007.
    84. 84. 99% of the buses contain radios and/or cameras. The rest should be updated this next fall.
    85. 85. All paper work is done by hand and manually keyed into Excel. Bus drivers fill out a Daily Bus Report (DBR) everyday to tabulate overall numbers.
    86. 86. Fist Student has in-house mechanics, 1 full time salaried mechanic and 4 part time employees</li></ul>First Student Inc.<br />1625 Southeast Hogan Road, Gresham, OR‎ <br />(503) 665-8193‎<br />Budget:<br />2550 Student Transportation $2,063,208 Purchased Services <br /> 0324 Rentals $8,998<br /> 0331 Student Trans-Reimbursable $1,996,152<br /> 0332 Student Trans-Non-Reimbursable $56,358<br />Data was accumulated from the 2009-2010 school year<br />
    87. 87. DW Staff <br />12 in Facilities<br />45 Custodians<br />Facilities Manage:<br />All 19 schools and CAL are managed as well as Custodial Staff managed.<br />Specialty Staffing by Area:<br />1 General Maintenance<br />1 Truck Driver<br />1 Physical Plant Engineer/HVAC<br />1 Electrician<br />1 Electrical Supervisor/DDC<br />1 Carpenter/Locksmith<br />Skills: All staff members are considered highly trained and skilled in their area.<br />Equipment:<br />There is an adequate amount of equipment for the Facilities that is very good quality. The custodial equipment is constantly in a state of flux being upgraded. The equipment that the custodial staff does have is state of the art.<br />District Management Area:<br />1.7 million square feet – 45 custodians<br />3,777 square feet / custodian<br />“We are greatly under staffed. We are staffed at 1/3 of what the Washington schools are staffed.”<br /> - Terry Taylor – O &M Director<br />District Budget Fast Stats -GBSD<br />Budget:<br />2542 Care and Upkeep of Buildings<br /> $5,267,092<br />2543 Care and Upkeep of Grounds<br /> $404,013<br />2544 DW Maintenance $1,651,548<br />2545 Service Vehicle Operations<br /> $113,302<br />2546 Security Services $12,000<br />2548 School Maintenance $22,755<br />2549 Other O & M $6,800<br />Total Maintenance/Custodial: $7,477,510<br />Maintenance/Custodial<br />Terry Taylor<br />Maintenance and Custodial Director<br />
    88. 88. Replacement Program:<br />There is not a written plan in place to replace outdated computer hardware at the building level. Currently labs and machines are replaced when needed. Unfortunately, there is a current policy that will not allow schools from accepting donated equipment from outside sources. <br />Types of Computers Systems in District<br />Elementary Schools - Mac<br />Middle Schools – Mac<br />High Schools – Mac & PC<br />District Office – Mac<br />Most Students - PC<br />Computer Supply:<br />There are mixed feelings on the appropriate quantity of computers needed within the district. Lab space is always lacking in the middle and high schools. In this day-and-age, additional computers can always be used in the classroom.<br />Age of Computers: Elementary schools still use machines that are as much as 10 years old. Typically machines are used until they quit. The newest labs in the district were implemented 2 years ago at Gresham H.S.<br />Maintenance: The district maintains the computers through a district technology staff. The major servers are hosted off site of most of the buildings on campus. Each middle school and high school building employs a computer network tech to keep the day to day operations running. <br />District Budget Fast Stats -GBSD<br />Budget:<br />2661 Technology Services Director<br />$97,150<br />2662 Systems Analysis Services<br />$645,079<br />2664 Operations Services $32,000<br />2669 Other Technology Services<br />Salaries $482, 464<br />Benefits $178,328<br />Purchased $8,126<br /> Supplies $3,732<br /> Total$672,650<br />2670 Records maintenance <br /> $50,415<br /> Total $2,169,944<br />Data Management/Technology<br />Jerry Jones<br />Chief Financial Officer<br />
    89. 89. Gresham – Barlow S.D.<br />

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