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Student: Courtney Roof

School: Tioga School

Term: Fall 2016

Your site visit experience offers you the opportunity to learn how schools operate as a large community promoting the growth of a
learner. School environment is determined by the schools culture, its history, its belief in how to do things and what is worth doing.
Become familiar with the school environment by completing the table below. Accomplish this by using the host schools website, the
Illinois Public K-12 School Rankings based on the Report Card and school personnel interviews.
The following elements look at the demographic information of a school.
The demographic information of a school can provide an excellent look at the diversity of the school environment.
What is/are the
Resource for the Answer: Persons name and
title, document or website.
Current school enrollment
Percentage of various races and
Number of males and females as per
school report card

White: 19.7%, Black: 5.3%, Hispanic:

67.5%, Asian: 3.2%, Hawaiian/Pacific
Islander: 0%, American Indian: 0%, 2
or more races: 4.3%
52% male, 48% female

Percent of low income students


Percent of students with IEPs


Percentage of English Language

Composite percent of students who
meet and exceed state standards
# of FTE (full time equivalency)


22% meet, 2% exceed


School Organization
The following elements identify various aspects of the organization of the school.
By understanding the school organization, teachers can better plan their lessons and their day.
School Mission Statement
Maximize the unique potential of each child
by honoring a natural curiosity and igniting
a desire to learn
Length of school day for students Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri.: 6 hr and 45 min
Thu.: 5 hr and 50 min
Length of school day for
contracted staff
Number of minutes per class or
Math: 75 min, Science: 26 min, Reading: 45
time allotted for each subject
min, Social Studies: 30 min, Writing: 40
min, Word Work: 15-20 min
Number of minutes for specials Dance: 15 mins
Art, P.E., Music, etc.
PE: 30 mins
Music: 30 mins
Art: 45 mins
Elective classes offered
Chorus, Fine Arts, Health, P.E, Music.
Extracurricular activities offered
Types of duties which teachers
are assigned
Types of communication between
the school, home, and community

Art club, Band, Music Club, Chorus,

Newspaper, Reading Club, Spanish Quest,
Technology Club, Yearbook Club
Lunch duty, Recess duty, Bus/Afterschool
Parents and teachers working as partners can
help children succeed in school. One way
we can all help is to keep the bond between
Student Handbook

Types of all-school or grade level

School colors and mascot
Student and faculty dress code

school and home healthy and our

communites open and respectful. This is
important to the success of all students.
Parents can assist us by keeping their childs
teacher informed about issues that may
impact their childs success in school.

Student Handbook

Blue, red, yellow

Clothes must present health, safety, order,
discipline and modesty
The following elements identify various types of assistance available to students and faculty.
Identifying and understanding the various types of assistance available to students and teachers provides a teacher with a greater
sense of community.
Student intervention plans such
The district adopted a 3-tier approach to
as Response to Intervention (RTI) instruction. Students needing additional
support academically and/or behaviorally
will be monitored frequently to ensure
students meet grade level expectations.
Positive behavior interventions and supports
is a freamework from which good behavior
is systematically described and taught
through expectations and rewarded when
observed. Students accumulate points in
some form that qualify them for special
Provisions for students so that
they can participate in
extracurricular activities (e.g.
Types of technology available for Laptops, SMART boards
Types of technology available for Chrome books, computer labs, Study Island
Types of professional
- Destination success reading and math
development available to staff
- Earobics reach
- SMART board training
- SharePoint
The following elements provide a greater understanding of the policies that exist in a school environment.
Read and summarize the Schools There are not any email servers available to
digital etiquette policy for
prevent private messages. If used same
punishment will be given as other bullying
consequences are.
Staff credentials to sponsor
Supervisors, chaperones, sponsers
extracurricular activities
Philosophy of the school library
Students have access to a varied and
or learning center
engaging book, magazine, and video
collection as well as updated technology to
reinforce media and information literacy for
all students.
Study hall policies for students
and teachers
Lunchroom policies for students
Teachers monitor lunch line and cafeteria
Student handbook
and teachers
and rotate throughout designated section.
Hallway policies: during class
Be safe, respectful and responsible
time and between classes
School discipline policy
Consequences vary to extent of misbehavior.

Emergency procedure plans (fire,

tornado, evacuation, and

Fire and disaster drills are all clearly

presented. Drills of all kinds are practiced