Extended Learning Plan Spring 2021

Lake Erie International High School

Extended Learning Plan - Spring 2021

 

LEIHS Extended Learning Plan

We will offer the chance for all students to attend school during extended school hours during weekends and evenings.

  • Extended hours will be offered from April 13th through June 11th
  • Tuesdays and Wednesday 4:00-6:00 PM
  • Saturdays 9:00 AM – noon

Teachers will evaluate the work of the students to ensure mastery of the subject matter. Teachers will be responsible for documenting the progress of students.

 

Communication

Parents and students will get an automated call indicating the date and times of the extended learning plan. Correspondence will also go out to parents and students via email, letters, and social media.

 

Impacted Students: How will schools and districts identify which students have been most impacted by the pandemic in terms of their learning progress (with a focus on the most vulnerable student populations)?

 

While all students have been impacted by the pandemic-related school closures, we will be able to identify those students MOST impacted by the following methods:

  • Checking the 2020-2021 Computers Needed spreadsheet to see a list of students needing computers and/or Internet access as discovered during the enrollment and orientation process.
  • Reviewing student IEPs, ETRs, and other available documents to determine academic and goal progress and growth for each identified Special Ed or Section 504 Plan students
  • Reviewing EL language inventories, OELPS and OELPA results, and curriculum progress to determine if there has been growth since March 2020
  • Identifying through the Assignment Tracker which students are not completing any graded assignments in a given week for at least three weeks
  • Identifying through the Credits Earned report which students have not completed at least five credits between March 2020 to March 2021

Needs: How will schools and districts identify the needs of those students?

 

  • Checking the 2020-2021 Computers Needed spreadsheet to see a list of students needing computers and/or Internet access as discovered during the enrollment and orientation process.
  • Reviewing student IEPs, ETRs, and other available documents to determine academic and goal progress and growth for each identified Special Ed or Section 504 Plan students
  • Reviewing EL language inventories, OELPS and OELPA results, and curriculum progress to determine if there has been growth since March 2020
  • Identifying through the Assignment Tracker, which students are not completing any graded assignments in a given week for at least three weeks
  • Identifying through the Credits Earned report which students have not completed at least five credits between March 2020 to March 2021
  • Analyze Star Assessment Data to identify student gaps and areas of weakness
  • Apex learning gap analysis to identify student gaps and areas of weakness
  • Review Data Map entries for students who have had interventions attempted

Resources and Budget: What resources are available to address those needs? Generally, what is the budget for the plan?

 

Lake Erie International High School has allocated ESSER II funds to address the overall needs of our students by the following.

 

  • Extended learning options- $ 100,000
  • Instructional Supplies- $20,000
  • Transportation will be provided in the same manner as a typical instructional day

Instructional Resources

  • Star Assessments/Renaissance Learning assignments
  • Achieve3000 Literacy and Math assignments
  • Unique Learning System for Special Ed students
  • Sylvan Learning Center outside tutoring
  • $100,00k available to use for any instructional resources, software, personnel to address student needs

Behavior and Wellness Resources

  • PBIS
  • Student Wellness Plan
  • Family Advocate is available to provide assistance as needed
  • The Student Success Coordinator is available to provide assistance as needed
  • Facetime (peer-to-peer interaction, counseling, and wellness assistance)
  • Murtis Taylor (counseling)
  • $20k available as part of the Wellness grant we received

 

Approaches: What approaches can best be deployed to address those needs? (This may include approaches such as ending the school year later than scheduled, beginning the new year early, extending the school day, summer programs, tutoring, and remote options.)

 

  • 8-week Extended Learning Opportunity (4/13/2021-6/12/2021)
  • Extension of school day hours by two hours, from 4-6 PM on Tuesdays and Wednesdays
  • Saturdays from 9-12
  • Students can select full-time remote learning or full-time in-building learning.
  • Sylvan Learning Center (of Westlake) individual tutoring
  • Available up to 3x per week for each student who enrolled with Sylvan
  • Works around student schedule
  • Remote or in-person at their site

 

Partnerships: Which local and regional partners (such as educational service centers, Information Technology Centers, libraries, museums, after-school programs, or civic organizations) can schools and districts engage in supporting student needs?

 

  • ESC - State Support Team 3
  • Charter School Specialists (CSS)
  • Sylvan Learning Center
  • Murtis Taylor

 

 

Alignment: How can this plan reinforce and align to other district or school plans, including plans for Student Wellness and Success Funds, improvement plans, or graduation plans?

 

  • The extended learning plan will continue to support and reinforce all of the goals listed in our SIP.
  • We will continue to offer the Star Reading and Star Math assessments.
  • This plan continues to coordinate with the school wellness plan and grant funding.
  • PBIS will continue to be offered during the extended hours
  • Social and emotional services provided through grant funds will still be offered during the extended hours
  • We are offering extended evening and weekend instructional hours to offset lost learning opportunities due to remote learning.
  • Student success plans and graduation plans will continue to be used for individual student needs and course pathways.
  • Pre-Grads (seniors) will continue to be monitored and mentored through the school’s Pre-Grad mentoring process.
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