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Agenda

  • I.Call to Order
  • II. Work session on 4-Day School Week
  • a. Introduction of 4-Day school Week concept
  • i. Tentative Class schedule and School Calendar
  • b. Results of Survey
  • c. Informational presentation by Mr. Jim Baldwin, Supt. of Alberton Schools
  • d. Question and Answer session
    • III. Adjournment
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GOALS

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Why?

  • Increase quality of program
  • Increase attendance- both students and staff
  • Increase class time
    • For both academic and athletic students
  • Increase or Maintain achievement test scores
  • Boost Morale
  • Decrease Utility/energy costs
  • Decrease Substitute costs
  • Decrease Transportation costs
  • Google search- several articles related to 4-Day school week
    • Already happening in several districts:
      • AZ, CO, ND, ID, KY, MN, UT, NV, FL, SC, NY, AR
what the school day might look like
What the school day might look like?

62 minute classes58 minute classes

  • Per. 1- 8:00-9:02 Per. 1- 8:00-8:58
  • Per. 2- 9:06-10:08 Per. 2- 9:02-10:00
  • Per. 3- 10:12-11:14 Per. 3- 10:04-11:02
  • Per. 4- 11:18-12:20 Per. 4- 11:06-12:04
  • Lunch- 12:20-12:50 *Per. 5- 12:08-12:38
  • Per. 5- 12:54-1:56 Lunch- 12:38-1:08
  • Per. 6- 2:00-3:02 Per. 6- 1:12-2:10
  • Per. 7- 3:06-4:08 Per. 7- 2:14-3:12

Per. 8- 3:16-4:14

what the school calendar might look like
What the school calendar might look like?
  • Back of agenda- 2009-2010 School Calendar
    • 1st day of school- August 25th
    • Last day of school- June 3rd
7 12 student survey
7-12 Student survey

Strongly Agree Agree No Opinion Disagree Strongly Disagree

2% 11% 16% 40% 31% The 4-day week will harm student learning.

15% 32% 36% 16% 2% The 4-day week will be helpful to student learning.

41% 28% 15% 11% 5% The 4-day week will be good for students in activities.

13% 15% 17% 32% 24% The 4-day week will be too tiring for younger students.

39% 25% 20% 9% 6% The 4-day week will be convenient for our family

16% 5% 15% 25% 39% We should stay with a five-day week

  • *97 surveys/100 students- 2 not counted**student comments
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Parent/Employee survey

Strongly Agree Agree No Opinion Disagree Strongly Disagree

4% 27% 11% 27% 31% The 4-day week will harm student learning.

7% 14% 43% 36%

21% 29% 17% 29% 4% The 4-day week will be helpful to student learning.

7% 43% 43% 7%

28% 32% 12% 16% 12% The 4-day week will be good for students in activities.

57% 43%

8% 28% 4% 44% 16% The 4-day week will be too tiring for younger students.

14% 21% 36% 21% 7%

32% 28% 12% 16% 12% The 4-day week will be convenient for our family

64% 28% 7%

15% 23% 27% 19% 15% We should stay with a five-day week

14% 7% 36% 43%

-25 Parent surveys

-14 Employee surveys

mr jim baldwin supt alberton school
Mr. Jim BaldwinSupt., Alberton School
  • Class C School
  • K-12 School
    • Elementary- 67 students--- Lincoln- 73
    • 7-8- 20 students--- Lincoln- 36
    • High School- 74 students--- Lincoln 64