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2018-2019 School Year Information

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Summer IXL Contest: Stay sharp by practicing your Math skills! Saint John the Baptist Elementary uses IXL to reinforce the Math curriculum, and all enrolled students have access to the online program during the summer to maintain the skills they worked hard to learn.
  • Contest Rules Eligibility: Enrolled students, Grades PreKindergarten - 5th for 2018-2019.
  • Categories: One student per grade who answers the most questions and one student per grade who makes the most progress in skills.
  • Dates of Contest: The contest begins on Monday, May 28, 2018 at 12:01am (MST) and ends on Monday, August 6, 2018 at 11:59pm (MST).
  • Determination of Winners: Saint John the Baptist Elementary will select the top student, one per grade, from each category. Winners will be announced in the Meet the Teacher Open House newsletter on Thursday, August 9, 2018. Only Math questions will be counted. Questions completed prior to May 28, 2018 at 12:01am (MST) will not be eligible. For all students, eligible questions are from the grade level a student will be entering in the 2018-2019 School Year and the prior year as follows: • PreKindergarten: Pre-K • Kindergarten: Pre-K & Kindergarten • 1st Grade: Kindergarten & 1st Grade • 2nd Grade: 1st Grade & 2nd Grade • 3rd Grade: 2nd Grade & 3rd Grade • 4th Grade: 3rd Grade & 4th Grade • 5th Grade: 4th Grade & 5th Grade In the event of a tie in the first category (most questions answered), the students with the highest percentage of correctly answered questions will win. If a second tie break is necessary, the student with the higher number of skills mastered will win. In the event of a tie in the second category (most skills completed), the students with the higher percentage of correctly answered questions will win. If a second tie break is needed, the student with the higher number of answered questions will win. This contest is intended to encourage students to practice and gain confidence in their skills. Any practice that does not conform to the spirit of the contest will be eliminated at Saint John the Baptist Elementary’s discretion. Frequently Asked Questions: 
  • Is there a prize? Yes! The two winners from each grade level will receive a $25 Amazon gift card.
  • How do I check my progress? Sign in to your IXL account (www.ixl.com/signin/sjb) and click on “Analytics.” You will see “Usage Details” which can be delineated by selecting Math on the “Subject” dropdown menu and customizing the dates. • Are problems for all subjects counted? No. Only practice from the Math section will count in this contest.
  • Will Saint John the Baptist Elementary count incorrectly answered questions? Yes! We want students to know that it’s ok to make mistakes and learn from them.
  • Will Saint John the Baptist Elementary be posting rankings during the competition? Yes, the school will be sending emails on June 25 and July 23 and with the leaderboards of the top three (3) students in each category per grade.
  • For assistance and/or questions, please email Mrs. Ward at nikkiward@sjbelementary.org.
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WCEA2013Logo 01 1024x638Western Catholic Education Association (WCEA)

The mission of WCEA is to promote quality Catholic education for students in our member elementary and secondary schools through an accrediting process that assures the primacy of faith formation and educational excellence.  The major purpose of this agency is to coordinate the accreditation process by assisting schools in their self-evaluative programs, to establish general standards for excellence, to grant WCEA Accreditation, and to cooperate formally with regional accrediting organizations as determined by the WCEA Board of Directors.

Click here to view the pdfWCEA Fact Sheet.

Saint John the Baptist Elementary was fully accredited by the Western Catholic Education Assocation (WCEA) in March 2018.   The accreditation process involved completing a self-study, which included key aspects: Catholic Identity, School Purpose, Organization for Student Learning, Data Analysis, Schoolwide Learning Expectations and Standards Based Curriculum, Instructional Methodology, Support for Student Growth and Resource Management.  A Visiting Team, made up of educators, assessed the key aspects as follows:

  • HIGHLY EFFECTIVE: The results of the Self Study and the visit provide evidence of (1) the achievement of a high degree of student learning with respect to the Accreditation Factor and (2) a strong operable school improvement process not requiring external monitoring.
  • EFFECTIVE: The results of the Self Study and the visit provide evidence of (1) the achievement of student learning with respect to the Accreditation Factor; and (2) the need for some minimal outside monitoring to support the school improvement process.
  • SOMEWHAT EFFECTIVE: The results of the Self Study and the visit provide limited evidence of (1) the achievement of student learning with respect to the Accreditation Factor and (2) the necessity for outside monitoring to support the school’s improvement.
  • INEFFECTIVE: The results of the Self Study and the visit provide little, if any, evidence of (1) the achievement of student learning with respect to the Accreditation Factor and (2) the necessity for consistent outside monitoring to support the school's improvement process.

Saint John the Baptist Elementary received Highly Effective in all areas.  The critcal goals for the school, as outlined in its self study, are (1) Evaluate and adopt and updated Religion series, (2) Evaluate and adopt an updated English Language Arts series to support high achievement of all learners, (3) Adopt and implmenet Step Up to Writing as directed by the Catholic Schools Office to improve students' writing skills, (4) Provide contintuing professional development opportunities for teachers to understand best practices for analyzing data to drive instructio, including using results from the ACT Aspire and (5) Form a data committee to annually collect, analtze and communicate schoolwide data to drive instruction and meet the needs of all learners.

Click here to read the school's pdfWCEA Report of Findings.

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