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Title: ST' IRENAEUS PARISH SCHOOL STATE OF THE SCHOOL ADDRESS April 29, 2009


1
ST. IRENAEUS PARISH SCHOOLSTATE OF THE SCHOOL
ADDRESSApril 29, 2009
Faith-Formation
Academic Excellence
Service
It all adds up to a foundation for life!
2
WELCOME PRAYER
  • Mrs. Darlene Hembreiker
  • Principal
  • Mrs. Marybeth Bohm
  • Assistant Principal

3
Western Association of Schools and
CollegesAccrediting Commission for Schools
  • St. Irenaeus Parish School
  • Certificate of Accreditation
  • June 30,2009

4
Celebrate Catholic Schools
  • Long traditions of academic excellence.
  • Vehicle for evangelization and formation of young
    people.
  • Legacy of serving children of low income
    families.
  • Catholic school effect.

5
Realities Facing Catholic Schools
  • Economic demands
  • Lowering enrollment
  • School closures
  • Nationwide move for schools to be more
    accountable
  • Need for updated technology

6
Enrollment
7
Ethnicity
8
MISSION STATEMENT
  • St. Irenaeus Parish School is a diverse Catholic
    faith community. Our mission is to provide a
    Christ-centered foundation that helps our
    students develop to their full potential
    spiritually and academically. We challenge our
    students to excel today as students and tomorrow
    as leaders in their communities. For each of our
    students in Grades K-8 we strive to
  • Provide a quality academic education.
  • Model and instill commitment to Catholic values.
  • Partner with our parents and the larger Parish in
    fostering on-going faith formation and Christian
    service for our students and their families.

9
School-WideLearning Expectations
  • Upon completion of eighth grade, a St. Irenaeus
    Parish School graduate should have developed the
    qualities of
  • A Faith-Filled Active Catholic
  • A Critical Thinker
  • An Effective Communicator
  • A Life-Long Learner
  • A Globally Aware Citizen

10
Five Year Student Trends, Post Graduation
11
Quality High School Preparation
  • Rosary High School
  • Principals Honors - 8
  • First Honors 3
  • Second Honors 5
  • Cornelia Connelly
  • Honors 9
  • Mater Dei High School
  • 4.0 Honor Roll 5
  • 1st Honors (GPA 3.50-3.99) 6
  • 2ND Honors (GPA 3.00-3.49) 3
  • Servite High School
  • Principals High Honor Roll 4
  • Principals Honor Roll 18

12
Catholic Identity/Outreach
  • Classroom Prayer Boards
  • H.O.P.E. (Monthly)
  • Grade 7 Stations of the Cross during Lent
  • Holy Childhood Appeal (Advent/Lent)
  • Weekly Mass attendance / Monthly Student Body
    Masses
  • Parish/School Youth Choir
  • HOPE Christmas Toy Drive
  • Clothing Donations for Homeless at Christmas
  • Parish Giving Tree Project
  • Student Government Dollar Days Outreach

13
Curriculum
  • In-Depth Study of Religion
  • In-Depth Study of Technology (this school year)

14
Gradelink
  • Gradelink is an online grading system that
    connects Teachers, Students, Parents, and
    Administration.
  • Grades 3-8 Student Learning Assessments and
    Progress Reports are automatically generated.
  • Parents have 24-hour access to their students
    progress.

15
Accelerated Reading
  • The students have read and successfully passed
    14,212 books with a 90 average correctness.
    (Thats only missing an average of one question
    per test, which is excellent!)
  • As an example, our 3rd and 4th grade classes were
    tested in June of last year, and again at the
    beginning of April. Their average reading level
    was raised one and one-half grade levels!
  • All of our Kindergarten students are now reading
    and testing in the Accelerated Reading Program.
  • English in a Flash continues to help our
    struggling students build vocabulary, especially
    for our ELL students.

16
Accelerated Math
  • Accelerated Math is a computerized Math program
    being used in Grades 2-6 to help students develop
    and enhance their Math computation skills by
  • Creating Math assignments tailored to each
    students current level.
  • Differentiating Math instruction, addressing
    each students individual needs.
  • Providing ongoing feedback on students daily
    practice.
  • An Effective Communicator

17
Student Assessment
  • Standardized Iowa Test of Basic Skills
  • Student Learning Assessments
  • ACRE (Assessment of Catholic Religious Education)
    Grades 5 8
  • Commercialized Tests
  • Teacher-Made Tests
  • Portfolios
  • Observations
  • Rubrics

18
Iowa Test of Basic Skills
FALL 2008 NATIONAL PERCENTILE RANK
19
ITBS READING
50TH PERCENTILE IS ON GRADE LEVEL
20
ITBS MATH
50TH PERCENTILE IS ON GRADE LEVEL
21
ITBS LANGUAGE ARTS
50TH PERCENTILE IS ON GRADE LEVEL
22
ITBS CORE (READING, LANGUAGE ARTS, MATH)
50TH PERCENTILE IS ON GRADE LEVEL
23
ITBS COMPOSITE
50TH PERCENTILE IS ON GRADE LEVEL
24
ACRE Test Results (2009)
Assessment of Catholic Religious
Education Grades 5 8
25
ACRE Test Results Grade 5
26
ACRE Test Results Grade 8
27
CONGRATULATIONS2009 Pentathlon Teams!
ST. IRENAEUS NOVAS 2nd Place, Overall 3rd Place,
Super Quiz
ST. IRENAEUS ASTROS 4th Place, Overall 2nd
Place, Super Quiz
INDIVIDUAL MEDALS 45
28
Programs and Special Services
  • Safety
  • Extended Day Care
  • Outreach Concern Counseling
  • FISH (Family Involvement/Service Hours)
  • Development
  • Gradelink

29
Safety
  • Emergency Plan
  • Fire drills
  • Disaster drills
  • Lock Down drill
  • Cypress School District/Police Dept.
    SCAT (School Community Alert Team)

30
Extended Day Care Enrollment
NEW FOR 2009-2010 2-DAY AND 3-DAY PROGRAM
31
OUTREACH CONCERNCOUNSELING (Through March 2009)
  • 78 days on campus
  • 37 referrals
  • 186 sessions
  • Family Issues
  • Individual Issues
  • Self-Esteem Behavior Issues
  • Anxiety Peer relationships
  • Social Skills Bullying
  • Grades Homework

32
ST. IRENAEUS PARISH SCHOOLFISH PROGRAM
2007-2008
2007-2008 ANNUAL FISH HOURS 14,853 OF
FAMILIES PARTICIPATING 281 (87.5)
33
Development
  • Promotes and Markets the School
  • Newspapers, Brochures, Marketing Flyers
  • School Website
  • Parish Bulletin
  • Chamber of Commerce / Business Community
  • Expands the School Family to include
  • Active Alumni Association
  • Families of Alumni
  • Members of the Surrounding Community
  • Secures Financial Stability for the School
  • Annual Appeal
  • Business Partners in Education
  • Parish School Offering
  • Legacy Wall
  • Fundraising

34
Development Update (As of April 2009)
  • MANDATORY FUNDRAISING
  • Tuition Raffle 35,600
  • Jog-a-Thon (to date) 114,552
  • ANNUAL APPEAL 7,021
  • PARTNERS IN EDUCATION 1,500
  • PARISH SCHOOL OFFERING 5,500
  • OTHER 9,070

35
BOARDS
  • SCHOOL BOARD
  • FINANCE COMMITTEE
  • DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE
  • TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE
  • HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATION

36
School Improvements
  • Replaced all classroom door closures
  • Education Building Improvements (Day Care)
  • Removed the Room Partition
  • Replaced the old chairs
  • Reupholstered the sofas
  • Installed new blinds
  • Inspected electrical breakers for preventative
    maintenance
  • Installed designator signs (A,B,C,D) on four main
    school buildings

37
School Improvements (Contd.)
  • Classrooms 1-4 storage cabinets were refinished
  • New countertop installed in Classroom 3
  • Repaired/replaced classroom rain gutters
  • New ceiling projector and screen installed in the
    computer lab
  • Repaired cement between Kindergarten rooms

38
School Improvements(Contd.)
  • Future Considerations
  • Replace countertop in Classroom 2
  • Refinish storage cabinets in the three remaining
    classroom buildings
  • Buy white boards for the classrooms
  • Buy new external doors for the Kindergarten
    classrooms

39
STRATEGIC LONG-RANGE PLANNING
  • Under the direction of Catholic School
    Management, we have made the following progress
    on our Strategic Long-Range Plan
  • Completed narratives and instituted committees
    under our School Board to work in the following
    areas
  • The Catholic Identity of the School
  • Ownership / Governance / Administration
  • Enrollment
  • Staffing
  • Curriculum / Programs / Technology
  • Facilities
  • Finances
  • Development / Public Relations
  • The School in the Community
  • Formed a Communications Committee to carry out a
    comprehensive communication program for
    newsletters, brochures, and marketing.
  • Formed an Enrollment Management Committee to
    focus on recruitment and retention of students.

40
Projected Expenses 2009-2010
Total tuition and fee income 1,774,700
Total Parish Support. 148,000 Total
Fundraising... 152,400 Total Other
Income.. 59,400 Total Income
2,134,500 Total Expenses
2,133,450 Estimated
Enrollment 400 students
41
2009-2010 Tuition
  • Tuition rates P Parishioner Rate / NP
    Non-Parishioner Rate

New for 2009-2010
Additional Fees (Due upon acceptance and are non
refundable) Registration 50 per
student Technology 50 per
student School/Books 250 per student
Yard Fee 100 per family
42
WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO EDUCATE A CHILD AT ST.
IRENAEUS PARISH SCHOOL 2009-2010?
  • School Total Expenses 2,133,450
  • Divide Total Expenses by of students
  • 2,133,450 divided by 400 5,334
  • AVERAGE TUITION (Parishioner) 4,100
  • FEES Registration.. 50
  • School Texts. 250
  • Technology 50
  • Yard Fee. 100
  • Classroom Activity Fee. 25
  • TOTAL. 4,575

43
ANOTHER WAY TO LOOK AT TUITION
4,575.00 DIVIDED BY 180 SCHOOL DAYS 25.42 /
DAY 25.42 / 7 HOURS PER DAY 3.63 PER HOUR
44
TUITION CALCULATED WITH PARISH AND FUNDRAISING
SUPPORT
  • Parish Support 148,000
  • Fundraising Support 152,400
  • 300,400
  • Divided by Total Students 400
  • Total Subsidy Per Student 751
  • Average Tuition (Parishioner) 4,575
  • Parish/Fundraising Support 751
  • Tuition With Subsidy 5,326

45
FUNDRAISING PROGRAM2009-2010
  • Family Commitment 500.00 Profit
  • Jog-a-Thon scheduled in October 2009
  • Information will be sent home at the end of this
    school year.
  • Complete details in August packet.
  • Tuition Raffle
  • Complete details in August packet.

46
Areas Supported by Fundraising
  • Accelerated Reading/Math 3,900.00
  • Cultural Program 2,000.00
  • Scholarships 2,400.00
  • Hospitality 2,000.00
  • Teacher Professional Growth 1,500.00
  • Graduation 3,000.00
  • DARE Program 500.00
  • Pentathlon 1,000.00
  • Appreciation/Sunshine 400.00
  • Jr. High Activities 200.00
  • Spirituality 1,000.00
  • Classroom Craft Supplies 1,000.00
  • Socials 1,000.00

47
New for 2009-2010
  • 11-Month Tuition Plan
  • 2-Day 3-Day Option for Extended Day Care
  • Early Dismissal (1230PM) Every Thursday
  • Technology Curriculum Integration
  • Working on Formal Tuition Assistance Plan
  • Important Dates for 2009-2010
  • 8/24/09 - Registration Packet Pick-Up Begins
  • 9/01/09 - First Day of School / Welcome
    Breakfast / New Family Orientation

48
SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAM
  • JUNE 29 JULY 17
  • MONDAY FRIDAY
  • 800AM 1200 NOON

49
AREAS FOR FOCUS/IMPROVEMENT IN THE FUTURE
  • How can we increase enrollment?
  • How can we financially keep our school accessible
    to all families who want their children to have a
    Catholic education?
  • How can we involve our parents and our community
    as true partners in learning?
  • What strategies will help us be instructionally
    responsive to every student?
  • How can our school keep pace with advancing
    technology?
  • How can we frequently monitor and assess student
    learning without constantly testing students?
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