School district releases Student Investment Account Application

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The Student Success Act will bring approximately $2.4 million into the Crook County School District

The Crook County School District publicly released the initial Student Investment Account Application on Tuesday, Feb. 11 on the school district website.

The draft includes descriptions of the district’s community engagement efforts and feedback, investment priorities, and specific details on how CCSD will invest the approximately $2.4 million Student Success Act allotment for the 2020-2021 school year, explained CCSD Director of School Improvement Joel Hoff.

Highlights of the CCSD Student Investment Account:

  • Hiring more teachers to reduce kindergarten through fifth-grade class sizes
  • Hiring and retaining more mental health support positions
  • Hiring more staff designated to support at-risk secondary students
  • Hiring more instructional assistants to help with small group English language arts, math, and social emotional learning enrichment and intervention
  • Hiring and retaining support positions for community engagement/support for focal populations
  • Funding additional registered nursing services
  • Funding summer enrichment opportunities for students
  • Funding after school activities for students
  • Funding teacher training opportunities in English language arts, math, and social emotional learning/behavior

The Oregon Department of Education requires a month-long public preview of the district’s application.

To view the CCSD Student Investment Account Funding Overview, visit the CCSD website and click the Departments tab and select School Improvement. It may also be accessed at http://crookcounty.k12.or.us/ccsd-student-investment-account-funding-overview/.

An online form to provide feedback is also available on the webpage.

A paper copy of the document is available upon request at the district office.

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