Meetings are held at Horizon Elementary.
**All meetings are open to the public & greater school community.
HORIZON ELEMENTARY COMMUNITY COUNCIL MINUTES
MARCH 9, 2023
1 – New Horizon principal – April Heath
She has been principal at Bloomington Hills Elementary for the
last two years.
2 – Review 2023-2024 School Improvement Plan, PEERS goals, and budget
3 – Sign Council member form
4 – Comments/Concerns: Parents want more after school STEM activities next year. Parents want to continue with the option of half-day kindergarten.
6 – Last meeting: April 27, 2023
SEPTEMBER 22, 2022 – 11:30 AM
● 2022 Horizon National Blue Ribbon School
● PEERS goals for 2022-2023: 1) The percentage of well below students on EOY
Acadience reading composite scores will be on or below 10%, and the student
growth average will be 75 or above, 2) 80% of students will meet required
minutes/goals of their grade level in reading and math, 3) highly effective small
group instruction will be implemented in math and reading and will be aligned
with the Utah Core State Standards, and 4) there will be a 3% increase in the
number of students on or above their grade level AAPPL benchmark.
● 2022-2023 Teacher and Student Success Plan (TSSA) and School Land Trust
● Election of chairperson and vice chair for 2022-2023
Jennifer Dobson – Chairperson Liesl Comeford – Vice Chair
● Schedule future Community Council meetings for this year: November 10, March
9, and April 27.
● Those in attendance – Mona Haslem, Natalie Stephens, Andrea Hadley, Brittney
Johnson, Liesl Comford, and Jennifer Dobson
One Utah Tech University SEE student $10,195.08
Music Teacher 10,043.98
Kindergarten teacher 16,178.71
Four paraprofessionals 40,766.70
Teacher stipends 8,907.59
Professional education travel 500.00
STEM/school supplies 8,300.00
Software (ALEKS, Reflex, Seesaw) 11,000.00
School Land Trust Budget
Teacher salary $22,935.74
Kindergarten teacher 24,673.70 Two paraprofessionals 24,110.29 Teacher stipends 2,221.16
Serving on our School Community Council is a wonderful way for parents and teachers to contribute and help improve academic performance at our school. The school receives an annual dividend from the school trust lands. Our council decides how these funds will be used. Last year our school received $70,245.00 from the School LAND Trust Program. The council reviews and prepares other academic plans for our students each year. All plans are reviewed for final approval by our school board. Councils also act in an advisory capacity to school and school district administrations.
If you are interested in being part of the School Community Council for this year, please email the School at email@example.com or stop by the office.
More information regarding the work of the Council and the current plan can be found by visiting the School LAND Trust Website: School Land Trust
Elections for the Community Council take place each year in September. This is one of the many ways that we encourage our school community to become involved in the education process.
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