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State School Board District 1 Schools of Distinction

Creek View Elementary School

Jumpstart Summer Enrichment

School of Distinction AwardAlabaster City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Charissa Cole

Superintendent, Dr. Wayne Vickers

Creek View Elementary School began the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment program to combat the summer reading slide among their most at-risk students. All students served in the Warrior Support Team (WST) process and not at benchmark at the end of the year were invited to get a “Jumpstart” on the upcoming year. Fifty students were invited and forty-five participated. Teachers and administrators attended multisensory phonics training and oral reading development during the summer of 2019 to enhance reading instruction and support for all students. Prior to beginning Jumpstart, ten teachers met in the summer to analyze each student’s reading and math portfolios and plan lessons tailored to each child’s specific strengths and weaknesses. Jumpstart enrichment occurred on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for three weeks prior to the beginning of the 2019 school year. Each session was 2 hours long, providing students with 18 hours of enrichment at no cost to their family. The voluntary program format was designed to be fun and rewarding. Students rotated through stations which provided multisensory Orton-Gillingham phonics instruction, reading strategies with highly engaging topics (Sharks!), and real-life math scenarios. August WST meetings showed Jumpstart students maintained or increased reading levels. Data compiled after the first nine weeks evidenced a sharp increase in benchmarked students.

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State School Board District 2 Schools of Distinction

Creek View Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Jumpstart Summer Enrichment

School of Distinction AwardAlabaster City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Charissa Cole

Superintendent, Dr. Wayne Vickers

Creek View Elementary School began the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment program to combat the summer reading slide among their most at-risk students. All students served in the Warrior Support Team (WST) process and not at benchmark at the end of the year were invited to get a “Jumpstart” on the upcoming year. Fifty students were invited and forty-five participated. Teachers and administrators attended multisensory phonics training and oral reading development during the summer of 2019 to enhance reading instruction and support for all students. Prior to beginning Jumpstart, ten teachers met in the summer to analyze each student’s reading and math portfolios and plan lessons tailored to each child’s specific strengths and weaknesses. Jumpstart enrichment occurred on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for three weeks prior to the beginning of the 2019 school year. Each session was 2 hours long, providing students with 18 hours of enrichment at no cost to their family. The voluntary program format was designed to be fun and rewarding. Students rotated through stations which provided multisensory Orton-Gillingham phonics instruction, reading strategies with highly engaging topics (Sharks!), and real-life math scenarios. August WST meetings showed Jumpstart students maintained or increased reading levels. Data compiled after the first nine weeks evidenced a sharp increase in benchmarked students.

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State School Board District 3 Schools of Distinction

Creek View Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Jumpstart Summer Enrichment

School of Distinction AwardAlabaster City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Charissa Cole

Superintendent, Dr. Wayne Vickers

Creek View Elementary School began the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment program to combat the summer reading slide among their most at-risk students. All students served in the Warrior Support Team (WST) process and not at benchmark at the end of the year were invited to get a “Jumpstart” on the upcoming year. Fifty students were invited and forty-five participated. Teachers and administrators attended multisensory phonics training and oral reading development during the summer of 2019 to enhance reading instruction and support for all students. Prior to beginning Jumpstart, ten teachers met in the summer to analyze each student’s reading and math portfolios and plan lessons tailored to each child’s specific strengths and weaknesses. Jumpstart enrichment occurred on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for three weeks prior to the beginning of the 2019 school year. Each session was 2 hours long, providing students with 18 hours of enrichment at no cost to their family. The voluntary program format was designed to be fun and rewarding. Students rotated through stations which provided multisensory Orton-Gillingham phonics instruction, reading strategies with highly engaging topics (Sharks!), and real-life math scenarios. August WST meetings showed Jumpstart students maintained or increased reading levels. Data compiled after the first nine weeks evidenced a sharp increase in benchmarked students.

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State School Board District 4 Schools of Distinction

Creek View Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Jumpstart Summer Enrichment

School of Distinction AwardAlabaster City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Charissa Cole

Superintendent, Dr. Wayne Vickers

Creek View Elementary School began the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment program to combat the summer reading slide among their most at-risk students. All students served in the Warrior Support Team (WST) process and not at benchmark at the end of the year were invited to get a “Jumpstart” on the upcoming year. Fifty students were invited and forty-five participated. Teachers and administrators attended multisensory phonics training and oral reading development during the summer of 2019 to enhance reading instruction and support for all students. Prior to beginning Jumpstart, ten teachers met in the summer to analyze each student’s reading and math portfolios and plan lessons tailored to each child’s specific strengths and weaknesses. Jumpstart enrichment occurred on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for three weeks prior to the beginning of the 2019 school year. Each session was 2 hours long, providing students with 18 hours of enrichment at no cost to their family. The voluntary program format was designed to be fun and rewarding. Students rotated through stations which provided multisensory Orton-Gillingham phonics instruction, reading strategies with highly engaging topics (Sharks!), and real-life math scenarios. August WST meetings showed Jumpstart students maintained or increased reading levels. Data compiled after the first nine weeks evidenced a sharp increase in benchmarked students.

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State School Board District 5 Schools of Distinction

Creek View Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Jumpstart Summer Enrichment

School of Distinction AwardAlabaster City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Charissa Cole

Superintendent, Dr. Wayne Vickers

Creek View Elementary School began the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment program to combat the summer reading slide among their most at-risk students. All students served in the Warrior Support Team (WST) process and not at benchmark at the end of the year were invited to get a “Jumpstart” on the upcoming year. Fifty students were invited and forty-five participated. Teachers and administrators attended multisensory phonics training and oral reading development during the summer of 2019 to enhance reading instruction and support for all students. Prior to beginning Jumpstart, ten teachers met in the summer to analyze each student’s reading and math portfolios and plan lessons tailored to each child’s specific strengths and weaknesses. Jumpstart enrichment occurred on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for three weeks prior to the beginning of the 2019 school year. Each session was 2 hours long, providing students with 18 hours of enrichment at no cost to their family. The voluntary program format was designed to be fun and rewarding. Students rotated through stations which provided multisensory Orton-Gillingham phonics instruction, reading strategies with highly engaging topics (Sharks!), and real-life math scenarios. August WST meetings showed Jumpstart students maintained or increased reading levels. Data compiled after the first nine weeks evidenced a sharp increase in benchmarked students.

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State School Board District 6 Schools of Distinction

Creek View Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Jumpstart Summer Enrichment

School of Distinction AwardAlabaster City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Charissa Cole

Superintendent, Dr. Wayne Vickers

Creek View Elementary School began the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment program to combat the summer reading slide among their most at-risk students. All students served in the Warrior Support Team (WST) process and not at benchmark at the end of the year were invited to get a “Jumpstart” on the upcoming year. Fifty students were invited and forty-five participated. Teachers and administrators attended multisensory phonics training and oral reading development during the summer of 2019 to enhance reading instruction and support for all students. Prior to beginning Jumpstart, ten teachers met in the summer to analyze each student’s reading and math portfolios and plan lessons tailored to each child’s specific strengths and weaknesses. Jumpstart enrichment occurred on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for three weeks prior to the beginning of the 2019 school year. Each session was 2 hours long, providing students with 18 hours of enrichment at no cost to their family. The voluntary program format was designed to be fun and rewarding. Students rotated through stations which provided multisensory Orton-Gillingham phonics instruction, reading strategies with highly engaging topics (Sharks!), and real-life math scenarios. August WST meetings showed Jumpstart students maintained or increased reading levels. Data compiled after the first nine weeks evidenced a sharp increase in benchmarked students.

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State School Board District 7 Schools of Distinction

Creek View Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Jumpstart Summer Enrichment

School of Distinction AwardAlabaster City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Charissa Cole

Superintendent, Dr. Wayne Vickers

Creek View Elementary School began the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment program to combat the summer reading slide among their most at-risk students. All students served in the Warrior Support Team (WST) process and not at benchmark at the end of the year were invited to get a “Jumpstart” on the upcoming year. Fifty students were invited and forty-five participated. Teachers and administrators attended multisensory phonics training and oral reading development during the summer of 2019 to enhance reading instruction and support for all students. Prior to beginning Jumpstart, ten teachers met in the summer to analyze each student’s reading and math portfolios and plan lessons tailored to each child’s specific strengths and weaknesses. Jumpstart enrichment occurred on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for three weeks prior to the beginning of the 2019 school year. Each session was 2 hours long, providing students with 18 hours of enrichment at no cost to their family. The voluntary program format was designed to be fun and rewarding. Students rotated through stations which provided multisensory Orton-Gillingham phonics instruction, reading strategies with highly engaging topics (Sharks!), and real-life math scenarios. August WST meetings showed Jumpstart students maintained or increased reading levels. Data compiled after the first nine weeks evidenced a sharp increase in benchmarked students.

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State School Board District 8 Schools of Distinction

Creek View Elementary School

by Anita Reid | May 14, 2020

Jumpstart Summer Enrichment

School of Distinction AwardAlabaster City Schools

Principal, Mrs. Charissa Cole

Superintendent, Dr. Wayne Vickers

Creek View Elementary School began the Jumpstart Summer Enrichment program to combat the summer reading slide among their most at-risk students. All students served in the Warrior Support Team (WST) process and not at benchmark at the end of the year were invited to get a “Jumpstart” on the upcoming year. Fifty students were invited and forty-five participated. Teachers and administrators attended multisensory phonics training and oral reading development during the summer of 2019 to enhance reading instruction and support for all students. Prior to beginning Jumpstart, ten teachers met in the summer to analyze each student’s reading and math portfolios and plan lessons tailored to each child’s specific strengths and weaknesses. Jumpstart enrichment occurred on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for three weeks prior to the beginning of the 2019 school year. Each session was 2 hours long, providing students with 18 hours of enrichment at no cost to their family. The voluntary program format was designed to be fun and rewarding. Students rotated through stations which provided multisensory Orton-Gillingham phonics instruction, reading strategies with highly engaging topics (Sharks!), and real-life math scenarios. August WST meetings showed Jumpstart students maintained or increased reading levels. Data compiled after the first nine weeks evidenced a sharp increase in benchmarked students.

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