STUDENT SUCCESS ACT: STUDENT INVESTMENT ACCOUNT (SIA) ANNUAL REPORT
October 13, 2021
Grant recipients of the Student Investment Account are required by statute to review district progress on an annual basis through a cumulative progress report. The allocation for 2020-21 from the Student Investment Account to Centennial School District was $1,688,780.
We are pleased to report that Centennial’s SIA allocation was increased for 2021-2022 (current year) to approximately $4.1 M which will allow us to enhance our service and programs to better meet the needs of Centennial students.
The purpose of the Student Investment Account funds are to:
The District’s Strategic Plan Destination 2023 aligns with the Student Investment Account allocations in four key priority areas: Student-focused Teaching and Learning, Healthy Culture and Environment, Effective Systems and Programs, and Community & Partnerships.
In 2019-20, the Centennial School District participated in an extensive need assessment which included a data review and community, staff, and student engagement processes. Meaningful community engagement helped inform the use of the funds with a focus on supporting historically underserved students.
The key themes that emerged from the district’s need assessment during the initial Student Investment Account include:
These themes informed the development of the three-year proposal for the Student Investment Account (SIA) funds and was approved by the Oregon Department of Education and the Centennial School Board on March 18, 2020.
The following strategies and activities that are part of the Centennial School District three-year Student Investment Account (2020-2023) plan aligns with the District’s Strategic Plan Destination 2023 goals and outcomes. They will be implemented gradually over a three-year period.
|Year 1 (2020-2021) Activities||Year 2 (2021-2022) Activities|
|-Centennial Virtual Academy Program||
|-Implementing supersensory spaces at elementary schools (purchased the supplies)||-Add various essential positions to meet SIA goals (installation, training and implementation)|
|-Family engagement activities, community outreach with community partners||-Professional development targeted for equity and culturally responsiveness|
|-Communication Specialist - capacity building||
|-Various essential positions to meet SIA goals|
If you have any questions, call 503-760-3620 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Maureen Callahan, Director of Curriculum and Student Learning