Land Trust Monies

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2019-2020 School Year

Lone Peak recieved $84,810 in Land Trust Money.  $50,146.83 of this being used to hire Tier II Aides to help address student needs in the areas of reading and math.  The remainder being used for substitutes for professional development, reading material to support instruction and technology.

2018-2019 School Year

Lone Peak recieved $73,501 in Land Trust Money. $50,647 of which was used to hire Tier II aides to help address specific student needs in the area of reading and math.  The remainder was used on materials realted to instruction, including technology.

2016-2017 School Year

 

  • Lone Peak received $51,082 in Land Trust funding .  Therefore, Lone Peak had $46,336 to enhance math and language arts instruction.  Lone Peak used this money to hire Tier II interventionists to address the needs of students in those specific areas.  The remainder of the money was spent on Professional Development and materials related to instruction.

 

2015-2016 School Year

  • Lone Peak received $51,975 in Land Trust funding .  Therefore, Lone Peak had $45,588 to enhance math and language arts instruction.  Lone Peak used this money to hire Tier II interventionists to address the needs of students in those specific areas, as well as provide professional development and materials in math and language arts.  The remainder of the money was spent on Professional Development and materials related to instruction.

2014-2015 School Year

 

  • Lone Peak received $42,145.00 in Land Trust funding and also had $656.00 carry over from the 2013-2014 school year.  Therefore, Lone Peak had $42,801.00 to enhance math and language arts instruction.  Lone Peak used this money to hire Tier II interventionists to address the needs of students in those specific areas, as well as provide professional development and materials in math and language arts.

 

2013-2014 School Year

  • Lone Peak received $30,198.00 in Land Trust funding and also had $5,776.00 carry over from the 2012-2013 school year.  Therefore, Lone Peak had $35,974.00 to enhance math and language arts instruction.  Lone Peak used this money to hire Tier II interventionists to address the needs of students in those specific areas, as well as provide professional development and materials in math and language arts.