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The Aberdeen Times August 21, 2019 Idaho's school report card sports new features The State Deparmaent of Education's revamped K- 12 report card, first unveiled in December, is now up- dated with 2019 assessment restdts, other data and new features: The updated report card is available online at idaho- schools.org. New account- ability data, including state, district and school results from the 2019 Idaho Stan- dards Achievement Test (ISAT) and Idaho Reading Indicator, also are on the SDE's Accountability page, "We've received great feedback from families and schools about our online report card, and the new enhancements make it even more informative and user- friendly," Superintendent of Public Instruction Sherri Ybarra said. "What's even more exciting is that our ef- forts to help schools address problem areas and celebrate successes- are already bear- ing fruit, as shown in our 2019 results." "Last year, 247 Idaho schools showed achieve- ment gaps in one or more student subgroups (for ex- ample, students with dis- abilities or English language learners). This year, that number has dropped to 188 schools," Ybarra said. "That is wonderful testimony to the efforts of Idaho's local educators, and of the State Department of Education teams giving those educa- tors support where they need it most." Nearly 500 schools (467) met their interim goals in one or more measures, and 178 schools were named top performers, placing in the 90th percentile in perfor- mance areas including Eng- lish Language Arts and math achievement, performance growth and graduation rate. The focus of Idaho's new accountability plan, ap- proved by the U.S. Depart- ment of Education in 2018, is to support schools and students to achieve by cel- ebrating success, measuring growth and parmering with local school leadership teams to identify specific supports and plans for improvement. Many Idaho schools that re- ceived targeted assistance to fill achievement gaps also were celebrated as goal- makers, Assessment and Ac- countability Director Kar- l)ion Laraway said. One notable bright spot in the latest accountabil- ity findings, Laraway said, is that three of the Idaho schools identified in 2018 for having continually low graduation rates have shown such improvement that they have dropped off the Com- prehensive Support and Im- provement School Grad list after their first year of that designation. Those schools are Lake Pend Oreille High School, Mounta'mview A1- temative High School in the Lakeland School District, and Rimrock Junior-Senior High School in the Bruneau- Grand View Joint School District. The freshly updated re- port card includes finalized results for the 2019 Idaho Standards Achievement Test (ISAT) and Idaho Reading Indicator (IN). Preliminary statewide results were re- leased earlier this summer. The new online IRI as- sessment is given in fall and spring to all Idaho public school students in kinder- garten through third grade, measuring five foundational reading skills - Alphabet- ic Knowledge, Phonemic Awareness, Vocabulary, Comprehension and Flu- ency - to ensure students are learning to read so they can read to learn. Results at all four grade levels showed tremendous improvement between the beginning of the school year and the spring, with proficiency jumping from 45 percent to 64.1 per- cent in kindergarten, from 42.9 percent to 67.5 percent 'for first-graders, from 60.4 percent to 75.9 percent for second-graders and from 61.2 percent to 73.7 percent for third-graders. This past school year was the first for the new IRI, so "I look forward to next year, when we can see how this year's kindergarteners progress as first-graders, and so on," Laraway said. The ISAT assessment, administered each spring to all public school students in grades 3-8 and 10, gauges their proficiency in Mathe- matics and English Language Arts/Literacy (ELA). The 2019 results show steady, if small, improvements over the past few years. The per- centage of students scoring proficient or advanced in ELA increased at four grade levels - 4, 5, 6 and 7 - and remained the same as 2018's rates in the remaining three. Also featured on the updated report card and ac- countability files are results of new engagement surveys for parents and staff given this spring in districts across the state, as well as a student survey, which debuted last year for grades 3-8 and this year included high school students. New features on the re- port card this year include a revamped landing page, additional information to provide more context to the data, and improved search features. MCM Storages plans auction Published in The Aberdeen Times Aug. 21, 28. 2019. Public auctions will be held at MCM Storages, 480 Johnson St American Falls, ID at 10 a.m. and 1800 S. 2795 W Aberdeen. ID at 11 a.m. on Aug. 31,2019. All contents of Units #24. 33, 34, and 35 consisting of furniture and miscellaneous house- hold items, will be sold to the high- est bidder. The last known renters of these units were Javier Trujillo, 3938 W Carter Road, Phoenix, AZ; Kim Kendall, 201 Lee Street, American Falls, and Ken Foster. Box 581 Ab- erdeeru ID. Call Cheryl at 208-709- 2557 for more info. Aberdeen Library District budget hearing Printed in The Aberdeen Times Aug. 21,2019. Notice of Library Hearing: Notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held on the follow- ing budget as proposed for the Aberdeen District Library, at the library, 76 East Central, Aberdeen, Idaho at 6:00 p.m. on the 27th day of August. 2019. At said hearing, budget should or should not be adopted. PROPOSED REVENUES 2018-2019 2019-2020 Contingency/Capital Improvement Funds/Grants 40,245 40,245 Unexpended Fund Balance 4,432 3,339 Property Tax 156,956 156,973 Local Revenue 9.009 9,820 210,642 210,377 PROPOSED EXPENDITURES: Salary & Benefits 105.532 107.352 Materials/Assets 25,283 25.129 Maintenance/Operation 24,992 23,168 Administrative Expenses 10,158 10,051 Contingency/Capital Improvement Funds 44,677 40.245 210,642 199,152 Mark Beck, Chairman SCHOOL Glenn Miller Orchestra Aug. 8 A report was received that there was a four-wheel- er that was spinning cook- ies in the parking lot of the old bowling alley. Officers were unable to locate the vehicle. An abandoned vehicle was found and the owner contacted. Aug. 9 A possible runaway was reported. A person reported dam- age to the trees and grass on their side of the fence. The trespass case was assigned. A warning was issued for disturbing the peace at a local business. A wanted male subject was arrested at a local busi- ness. A person called from out of the county and re- ported that a vehicle was heading toward Aberdeen and swerving all over the road and possibly under the influence. Officers dis- covered the report was un- founded. A city ordinance viola- tion was discovered. Aug. 10 A man reported tfiat his father's pickup was stolen from the alley next to his house. The keys were left in the pickup and it was unlocked. The case is still' open. A person reported that the neighbor's dog has been attacking his dog. The neighbor was cited. Officers discovered that, at a large party, there were multiple juveniles drinking. Aug. 11 A person reported there was a dog that got into a fight with the neighbor's dog and the dog is laying in the roadway, not wanting to leave. The animal was found. Aug. 13 A person reported they could hear noise coming from the area of the school and they saw a shadow in the area of the bleachers. Officers were unable to lo- cate anyone in the area. Aug. 14 A dog was found and the person that found it took it into the police de- partrnent. A report was received that two vehicles were speeding in the area and they were jumping in and out of the vehicles. The case was assigned. lenn il Visit the Blackfoot Performing Arts Center on Satttrday, Sept. 21, at 7 p.m. for an evening with the uniq ue jazz sound of the Glenn Miller Orchestra. Enjoy vocals by Nick Hilscher, Hannah Trucken- brod, and The Moonlight Serenaders. Hear all the classics: Moonlight Ser- enade, Little Brown Jug, A String of Pearls, Chattanoo- ga Choo-Choo, Pennsylva- comes nia 6-500, In the Mood, At Last and many more. The concert will be held at Blackfoot Perform- ing Arts Center in Black- foot. Tickets start at $15 and are available online at www.blackfootpac.com or call 208-317-5508. Visit the Glenn Miller Orches- tra's website at www.glen- nmillerorchestra.com for more information about the orchestra. ates to The Aberdeen Times wishes the best to our readers on their special days each year. If there are any changes that need to be made or to have your name or your family's names added to the list, contact The Aberdeen Times at 208-397-4440 or email to: timesl@dcdi.net. Happy Birthday Aug. 21 Adam Robinson Raehael Anderson Brett Crompton Shantel Chapple Aug. 22 Carolyn Wallace Nancy Wiebe Nioma Becker Taylor Wallace B endan Jolley www. Idaho Pu blicN otices, com PUBLIC SERVICE FREE SERVICE The notices that appear on this website are available to users at no charge. Made possible by the members of the Newspaper Association of Idaho TRUSTED SERVICE EASY SERVICE Search by keyword, date, newspaper or county Search includes all qualified newspapers in Idaho. Larry Barkman Jessica Monahan Aug. 23 Dora Rowbury Jainee Hartley Jennifer Elliott Russell Adams Jared Moser Aug. 25 Connie Barclay Denise Dancliff Aug. 26 Doug Cluff Jess Ellis Joshua Corbridge Kenny Horsch Aug. 27 Amber Giesbrecht Aug. 28 Barry Bradley Brandon Reed Notices originally published in Idaho newspapers, the trusted source for all community information This newspaper supports your right to know Brought to you by the Newspaper Association of Idaho www.NewspaperAssociationofldaho.com LUNCH MENU Wednesday, Aug. 21 Bean and cheese burrito, Mexicali corn, peaches, chocolate chip cookies, milk Thursday, Aug. 22 Deli sandwich, carrot and celery sticks, Sun Chips, applesauce, milk Friday, Aug. 23 Canadian bacon pizza, tossed salad, pineapple chunks, graham cracker, milk Monday, Aug. 26 Baked chicken, mashed potatoes, rolls, spinach, peaches, milk Tuesday, Aug. 27 Hot dog on a bun, baked beans, broccoli, mixed fruit, milk Wednesday, Aug. 28 Crispito, corn, applesauce, cinnamon rolls, milk SENIOR MENU Lunches at the Aberdeen Senior Citizen Center are open to the public, re- gardless of age. Lunch is served at noon. Lunch is also available Monday through Friday. Serving corn dogs, cheese- burgers, chicken sand- wiches, finger steaks, fish sandwiches, chicken strips, popcorn shrimp, fries and chef salad. Also fresh baked cinnamon rolls for only $1. Call 208-397-4349. Menu is subject to change. Friday, Aug. 23 Surprise sack lunch during construction Tuesday, Aug. 27 Surprise sack lunch during construction Cost of meals: Suggested donation 60 and over, $5 Under 60, $6 Larry Sandvol Darwin McKnight Happy Anniversary Aug. 22 Alan and Angela Copeland Aug. 28 Darrell and Dawn Moon The Aberdeen "Give light and the people will find their own way" (USPS No. 003-300) Published weekly by Crompton Publishing, Inc. P.O. Box 856 31 S. 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