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Roswell North Elementary 2014-2015. Agenda. Welcome/Introductions School Overview (30)             Mission/Vision             Demographics             Data             SGC/Charter             Successes/Challenges Discussion CCRPI (40)             Overview Implications

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School Overview (30)







CCRPI (40)





Budget (30)



            Foundation            Discussion

Rne s current mission
RNE ‘s Current Mission

In partnership with the community, we will provide a quality education in a safe and nurturing environment. We are committed to providing a foundation for productive and responsible citizenship, lifelong learning, and the skills necessary for success in the 21st century.

Helping all students reach their full potential.

RNE’s Current Vision

Who are we
Who are we?

  • Projected Enrollment- 1040

  • Number of Teachers- 71

  • Mobility Rate- 20%

  • Breakdown of Programs

Where are we going
Where are we going?

  • Charter

  • School Governance Council

    • Environmental Scan

    • School Scan

    • Strategic Plan

  • Long Term Outcomes

  • Increase Academic Achievement

  • Increase students' civic impact on their community

  • Increase students' application of real world 21st century skills

How do we get there
How do we get there?

  • Focus Area #1: Professional Development

  • Focus Area #2: Data Utilization

  • Focus Area #3: Rigor

  • Focus Area #4: Student Engagement

Purposeful strategic initiatives
Purposeful Strategic Initiatives

  • Increase of co-teaching model classrooms

  • Project-based learning

  • Vertical alignment of curriculum expectations

  • Writing across the curriculum

  • Expand STEAM opportunities for 45 minutes per day (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math)

  • Curriculum to support real world connections

  • Differentiation of instruction based on assessments of learning profiles

Areas to celebrate
Areas to Celebrate

Notable Achievements:

  • Clear vision, mission and strategic plan

  • High parent and community involvement

  • Overall academic performance for 3-5 consistently higher than district and state

  • Several grants awarded to teachers by Roswell Women's Club

  • PTA's School-wide Enrichment Program

  • State of the art Licata Science Lab-4 years

  • School Governance Council established

  • Charter Status granted

  • $140,000 RT3 grant awarded to support charter "Full STEAM ahead" initiative

  • Dads' Club over 300 members

  • PBIS (Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports) Program

Areas of improvement
Areas of Improvement

  • Rigorous/Challenging Instruction

  • Individualized/personalized learning opportunities

  • Arts Integration

  • Civic and real world connections

  • Closing the achievement gap between subgroups

  • Increase data usage and application

  • Equity in usage and access of technology tools

  • Communication

  • Developing student's 21st century skills

Waiver and seed fund
Waiver and Seed Fund

  • Waiver

    • Seat time- 3 full professional learning days

    • Monetary Resources- $140,000

      • Instructional Coach full time

      • Teacher Training- Project Based Learning

      • STEAM materials, resources, and supplies

How do we plan to get there
How do we plan to get there?

  • 2014-2015 Charter Plan Highlights

  • 45 minute STEAM block daily

  • EIP, ESOL, and IRR pulled for skill instruction during STEAM

  • Six week Science/ Social Studies PBL Units taught by teachers (tier 1-2)

  • Instructional Coach

  • Three release days for professional learning

  • 2015-2018 Charter Plan Proposals – continuation of the above plus the following considerations:

  • PBLs for multiple subjects

  • Curriculum waivers for special areas

  • Contracting STEAM companies

  • TAG waivers

  • Standard Based Report Card

How do we plan to get there cont
How do we plan to get there? Cont.

  • Foundation


  • Parent Volunteers

    • Outdoor Classroom

    • PBL Nights

    • Tutors

    • BYOT

    • Greenhouse


  • What the Plan?

    • Two segments of service for struggling learners during STEAM time

    • Extension opportunities during STEAM time

    • Skill based targeted instruction

    • Revamping Extended Learning

Boosterthon Update:

In an effort to ease the financial strain placed on our families, we will not host the Boosterthon Fundraiser for

the 2014-15 school year.

Please continue to support our PTA and Foundation!

Roswell north elementary pta fulton county district 10 local unit 1910
Roswell North ElementaryPTAFulton County, District 10, Local Unit # 1910


To make every child’s potential a reality by engaging and empowering families and communities to advocate for all children.


  • To promote the welfare of children and youth in home, school, community, and place of worship

  • To raise the standards of home life

  • To secure adequate laws for the care and protection of children and youth

  • To bring into closer relation the home and the school, that parents and teachers may cooperate intelligently in the education of children and youth

  • To develop between educators and the general public such united efforts as will secure for all children and youth the highest advantages in physical, mental, social, and spiritual education

Rne pta expenses 2013 2014


  • SEM Experiences:

  • K: Little Red Barn Petting Farm

  • K: Imagine IT Kids Museum

  • 1st: Center For Puppetry Arts

  • 1st: Story Telling

  • 1st: Museum in a Box

  • 2nd: Tellus Museum

  • 2nd: High Touch High Tech

  • 3rd: Georgia Aquarium

  • 3rd: Vulcan Rock Quarry

  • 4th: Funk Heritage Museum

  • 4th: Nutcracker Ballet

  • 4th: High Touch High Tech

  • 5th: History of Roswell Walking Tour

  • 5th: Georgia Ensemble Theatre

  • 5th: High Touch High Tech

  • All Grade Levels Benefited From:

  • Teaching Museum Field Trips

  • Artist Day

  • STEAM Day

  • Author Visits

  • SEM provided teacher training



RNE PTA Expenses 2013-2014


  • Highest Expenses

  • Student Benefits:

  • School-wide Enrichment Model (SEM): $30,381.56

  • Scholarships: $1,050.00

  • Weekly Readers: $2,060.65

  • Teacher/Staff Benefits:

  • Classroom start up expenses: $5,271.14

  • Teacher and staff appreciation: $3,547.77

  • Events:

  • Hospitality: $2,995.18

  • Youth Day Parade: $1,096.84

  • International Night: $690.52

  • Other School/Community Benefits:

  • Going Green: $1,033.90

  • Hospitality Events Included:

  • Artist Day Luncheon for Artists

  • Grandparent Tea

  • Newcomers Meet & Greet

  • Teacher Welcome

  • School Board Representative Meeting at RNE

Rne foundation

The Roswell North Elementary Foundation raises funds to enhance the educational experiences of students at Roswell North Elementary. After an initial focus on the advancement of science, technology, and mathematics, the Board of Trustees voted in 2013/2014 to broaden our mission to include expanding opportunities for learning, increasing academic achievement, and helping students reach their full potential.

RNE Foundation