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  1. Harman Area Schools Excess levy budget, expenditures and significant purchases

  2. Harman School 2011-2012 School Allocation Amount: $31,154.44 LSIC Committee Members: Michelle Putnam, Kristy Teter, Mike Bennett, Dave Armentrout, Barbara Green, Billie Bonnett, Karen Huffman, Stephanie Roy, Tammie Daniels, DanetMullenax

  3. Harman School 2011-2012

  4. Harman School 2011-2012 School Music/Choir Allocation Amount: Music ($5,375), Choir ($3,625) School Music/Choir Purchases: Music: $350 Equipment/Uniforms: Music ($500),Choir ($3,625) Field Trips: $4,000 Other: $525

  5. Harman School 2012-2013 School Allocation Amount: $31,154.44 LSIC Committee Members: Tammie Daniels, Matthew Bonner, Melissa Kern Whetzel, Dave Armentrout, Carrie Bonner, Barbara Green, Dannette Ours, Kristie Teter

  6. Harman School 2012-2013

  7. Harman School 2012-2013 School Music/Choir Allocation Amount: Music ($5,375), Choir ($3,625) School Music Choir Purchases: Instruments: Music ($4,375) Music: Music ($500), Choir ($500) Equipment/Uniforms: Music ($500), Choir ($125) Field Trips: Choir ($3,000)

  8. Harman School 2013-2014 School Allocation Amount: $31.154.44 LSIC Committee Members: Dave Armentrout, Roohi Khan, DanetteMullenax, Lora Mullenax, Tammie Daniels, Rocky Nestor School Music/Choir Allocation Amount: Music ($5,375), Choir ($3,625) School Music/Choir Purchases: Choir Equipment ($1,625), Music Field Trips ($5,375), Other ($2,000)

  9. Harman School 2013-2014

  10. Randolph County High Schools WESTEST According to WESTEST 2 county scores, Randolph County High Schools demonstrated a +6% increase of students at or above mastery in Math. This 3 year growth is in conjunction with the lifespan of the current levy. The +6% increase is above West Virginia 3 year growth averages in math.

  11. Randolph County Middle Schools WESTEST According to WESTEST 2 county scores, Randolph County Middle Schools demonstrated a +5% increase of students at or above mastery in Math. This 3 year growth is in conjunction with the lifespan of the current levy. The +5% increase is above West Virginia 3 year growth averages in Math scores.

  12. Randolph County Elementary Schools WESTEST According to WESTEST 2 county scores, Randolph County Elementary Schools demonstrated a +6% increase of students at or above mastery in math. This 3 year growth is in conjunction with the lifespan of the current levy. The +6% increase is above West Virginia 3 year growth averages in math.

  13. Randolph County Elementary Schools WESTEST According to WESTEST 2 county scores, Randolph County Elementary Schools demonstrated a +2% increase of students at or above mastery in Reading/Language Arts. This 3 year growth is in conjunction with the lifespan of the current levy. The +2% increase is above West Virginia 3 year growth averages in Reading/Language Arts.