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THE SILVER EAGLE. Providing Quality Service. PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM. To provide services to Low Performing Schools Schools not making Average Yearly Progress (AYP) Children who are in Title One Schools Reading & Mathematics 2 hrs per day – 2 days per week Monday – Saturday

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The silver eagle

THE SILVER EAGLE

Providing Quality Service


Purpose of the program
PURPOSE OF THE PROGRAM

  • To provide services to Low Performing Schools

  • Schools not making Average Yearly Progress (AYP)

  • Children who are in Title One Schools

  • Reading & Mathematics

  • 2 hrs per day – 2 days per week

  • Monday – Saturday

  • 1:3, 1:5, & 1:8 ratios

    7. Special Needs IEP & 504


Site location
Site/Location

  • 1. Conducive to learning

  • 2. Safe and Orderly

  • 3. Free of any noticeable hazards

  • 4. Clean, organized and well lit

  • 5. Temperature controlled (Meeting OSHA Standards

  • 6. Facility must have Exit signs posted

  • 7. Facility must have an inspection clearance on file

  • 8. Facility must have a visible occupancy notice


Policies and procedures
Policies and Procedures

  • Student Behavior

  • Severe/Inclement Weather Emergencies

  • Building Evaluations and Evaluation routes

  • Cancellation of Tutoring Sessions

  • Internet/Technology Usage

  • Roles and Responsibilities


Policies and procedures cont
Policies and Procedures Cont.

  • Professional Conduct &

    Ethical Behavior of Employees

  • Substitute Tutors / must have SLED/FBI Reports

    • SLED $25

    • FBI $15/$18

  • Civil Rights, OSHA Requirements, HIPPA


Districts/Schools/Students/Parents

  • Focus Schools

  • Chesterfield

  • Cheraw Intermediate F - 586

  • Spartanburg 2

  • Chesnee Elem. F - 529

  • Mayo Elem F - 303

  • Edgefield

  • Johnston Elem. P - 380

  • W. E. Parker Elem F -519


  • Orangeburg 3 P

    Holly Hill- Roberts Middle - 380

    Lexington 5

    H. E. Corley Elementary F - 522

    Harbison West Elementary F - 454

    Nursery Road Elementary F - 622


    Districts schools students parents
    Districts/Schools/Students/Parents

    • Districts/Schools

      • Williamsburg P

        • Hemmingway Elem. - 560

        • Kingstree Senior High - 802

      • Laurens 56 F

        • Eastside Elementary 479

        • South Carolina Charter P

          • Lake City College Prep Academy K – 12 …225


    Supplemental educational services
    Supplemental Educational Services

    SES Policy Manual

    • Unprofessional Advertising

      Part 6 - (C-1)

    • Code of Ethics

      Part 5 – (G-1)


    Monitoring and evaluation
    Monitoring and Evaluation

    jPart 7

    • Section C – Site Monitoring Visit

    • Section D – Parent Questionnaire

    • Section E District Questionnaire

    • Provider Observation Instrument


    Administration
    ADMINISTRATION

    • The Silver Eagle Handbook

      • Application Process

        • SLED/FBI

        • Drivers Record

        • Transcript

        • Copy of Degree

        • Handbook Acknowledgement Form

        • Documented Training

        • Transportation Forms


    Administration1
    ADMINISTRATION

    • Payday 15th & End of Month

      • Bank Authorizations

      • Direct Deposits

      • Salary

      • 1-1 Rate Varies

      • Group ($20 - $30) per hr.

      • Associate 20, Bachelor, 25 Certified 30

      • (X-tra given for transporting students)

      • Maximum 8 students


    The program
    THE PROGRAM

    Tutor Job Description

    Safety

    Classroom Management

    Monitoring Student Progress

    Keeping Students on Task

    Testing (Teach Test Taking Skills)

    Assessments 1 Hr Pre & Post Test


    The program1
    The Program

    • Student Learning Plans (Initialed and signed)

      • Parental Involvement

    • Tutoring

      • 2 days - 2 hours

  • Testing

    • Pre-test, Post-test, Curriculum Test

  • Attendance Forms

    • (Initialed and signed)

  • Progress Reports

    • Focus on Objectives in the Student Learning Plan


  • The curriculum
    The Curriculum

    • K Grade

    • 1 Grade

      Best Practices in Reading

      Number PALS

    • 2 Grade

      Buckle Down

    • 3-8 Grade

      • SC PASS Coach

      • 9-12 Grade

        SC HSAP Coach

      • EXTRA Resources

    • Afterschool Achievers Reading and Math K-6

    • Elements of Literature 6-8

    • SC Academic Standards Exploration and Mastery Worktext


    Instructional program and strategies
    INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAM AND STRATEGIES

    • 1. Teach from the goals and objectives listed on the student’s plan (2 Math & 2 Reading).

    • 2. Locate the instructional materials in the text provided and teach the materials.

    • 3. Provide an activity for the student that supports the objective.

    • 4. Allow the students to summarize (orally) the materials taught.

    • 5. Jot down notes in order to effectively write the Progress Reports.


    Monitoring evaluating student achievement
    Monitoring & Evaluating Student Achievement

    • 1. Pre-test must be graded and turned in. Keep note of the grades and accomplishments of your students.

    • 2. Make sure that you jot down notes regarding the progress made by your students daily.

    • 3. Develop a checklist of goals and objectives on student’s plans.


    Resources
    RESOURCES

    • Study Habits

    • Bullying

    • Test Taking Strategies

    • Test Taking Tips

    • How to take a Test

    • Classroom Management Strategies

    • Strategies for Working with students with Disabilities

      • (Environmental, Organizational Presentation, Curriculum Behavioral Strategies)


    Discipline forms
    Discipline Forms

    • Infractions

    • Fighting

    • Leaving site without permission

    • Verbal Threatening

    • Weapons, alcohol or drugs

    • Destruction of property

    • Throwing objects at students

    • Profanity

    • Yelling/not following directions


    Transportation FormsAll Transportation and Medical forms must be filled out prior to transporting students,and be in the main office – on file.


    On going training
    On-going Training

    • Sign Training Logs

    • Current Emails

    • Telephone Numbers

    • Free Conference Calls 530-881-1000

      • Participant Access Code 225381

  • Website: www.thesilvereagleedu.com

  • E-mail: [email protected]


  • PROGRESS REPORTS

    All Progress Report must be completed on Web-Site

    a. After first 6 hours

    b. End of the Month

    When writing a Progress Report,

    a. Please address all goals individually

    b. Sufficient information

    1. Tell us what was taught…

    2. Tell us what materials/resources used…

    3. Tell us what was accomplished…

    c. Check progress report for grammatical errors


    • ATTENDANCE REPORT

    • Must be sent by Email after each day’s work

    • Full names of students

    • b. Hours each student attended

    • c. Go to website:thesilvereagleedu.com

      • Click Daily Form, Fill out & Submit

    • d. If district has a sign in sheet..

    • All students must sign the sheet daily.


    Questions
    QUESTIONS?

    • NEXT TRAINING DATE:

      TBA


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