Program Reductions Green Local Schools - March 2011 BOE Meeting
DISTRICT UPDATE March 14, 2011
During the 2011-2012 school year and going forward: ◦ 3rd grade students will attend Green Primary School. ◦ Green Primary will house 1st, 2nd & 3rd grades. ◦ 4th grade students will attend Green Intermediate School. ◦ Green Intermediate will house 4th, 5th & 6th grades.
Levy Failure will result in state minimum busing. ◦ No busing for 9th- 12th graders including to/from parochial high schools ◦ Up to ½-mile cluster stops The distance from where your residence driveway or private road intersects the public road to the CLUSTER BUS STOP can be up to ½ mile. IEP transportation-specific students will still be transported curb to curb. ◦ 2-mile non-transportation zones The distance from where your residence driveway or private road intersects the public road to the school of attendance up to 2 miles. IEP transportation-specific students will still be transported within the 2-mile non-transportation zones. ◦ Shuttle bus to and from PLCC will still be provided from GHS.
• 1 high school band 2 middle school world• 2 elementary art, language music and movement 1 high school French ½ high school German• 1 elementary music ½ guidance counselor• 1 elementary art 1 ½ reading• 1 preschool intervention• 2 health or physical 2 math intervention education• 1 tutor (1/2 time)
1 drama/musical theater 1 gifted intervention 2 more elementary art 2 intervention specialists 2 more elementary 1 business education music 1 family/consumer science 1 health or physical 26 elementary positions education (PreK to Grade 6) 1 Intervention Assistance 18 ½ secondary positions Team coordinator (Grades 7-12) ½ pupil services 1 ELL support
Positions PeopleTeacher CutsRegardless of Levy Outcome 16 17Additional Teacher CutsIf Levy Fails 58 60Custodians/Groundskeepers 17 17Drivers/Classified Staff 10 10Totals If Levy Fails 101 104
Levy failure will result in elimination of• Elementary Art• Elementary Music• Intermediate Electives• Intermediate Band and Choir
Elective Area Enrollment Sections Teachers Class SizesHealth (7th) 331 2 per qtr 41-42 .5Health (8th) 341 2 per qtr 42-43Phys. Ed. (7th) 331 1 per qtr 41-42 each gender .5Phys. Ed. (8th) 341 1 per qtr 42-43 each genderArt (7th) 331 2 per qtr 41-42 .5Art (8th) 341 2 per qtr 42-43Technology (7th) 331 2 per qtr 41-42 .5Technology (8th) 341 2 per qtr 42-43Band (7th) 75 2 37-38 .5Band (8th) 60 2 30Choir (7th) 90 2 45 .5Choir (8th) 90 2 45
At GHS, levy failure will result in reductionof credits required to graduate.Current requirement = 25Reduced requirement = 21
Levy failure will result in elimination of all blocked classes at GHS. a change from a 9-period to a 7-period daily schedule at GHS. elimination of all but a few elective courses.
Levy failure will result in elimination of all Advanced Placement Courses. • European History • American History • Government • Literature • Calculus • Spanish • Chemistry
Levy failure will result in elimination of these English language arts electives. • Shakespeare • Journalism • Yearbook • Argumentation • Speaking to Inform/Persuade • Mythology • Sports and Literature
Levy failure will result in elimination of these math and science electives. • Statistics • Ecology • Astronomy • Principles of Science • Anatomy
Levy failure will result in elimination of thesesocial studies & physical education electives. • Sociology Weightlifting • Psychology Leisure Sports • Street Law
Levy failure will result in elimination ofthese world language electives. • French • German • Advanced Spanish
Levy failure will result in elimination ofthese visual & performing arts electives. • Art History • Musical Theory • Art III • Play Production • Art IV • Drama • Graphic Design • Musical Theater • Photo II • Photo III
Levy failure will result in elimination ofthese vocational-related electives. Entrepreneurship • Web Programming Career Mentorship • Advanced Editing/TV Sports and • Wellness Entertainment • Child Development Marketing • Life Planning Computer Science I Computer Science II
Most class sizes will exceed 40. Some course offerings will be combined to accommodate the reduction in teachers.
For More InformationSuperintendent Michael Nutterwww.greenlocalschools.org330-896-7500Green Schools Outreach Networkwww.greenforkids.org