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Academic Intervention Services (AIS) Identification Process

2017-2018 Salmon River Central School District Academic Intervention Services (AIS) Identification Process based on 2016-2017 School Year NYS 3-8 Math and ELA scores: view the document here: Academic Intervention Services (AIS) Identification Process.

Bullying Prevention Program – Olweus

The goals of the Olweus Bullying Prevention Program (OBPP) are to reduce existing bullying problems among students, prevent the development of new bullying problems, and achieve better peer relations at school. Learn more about OBPP.

Common Core Learning Standards

The Common Core Learning Standards (CCLS) are a set of clear guidelines showing what students in pre-kindergarten through grade 12 should be able to do in reading, writing, speaking and listening, language and mathematics. By having common standards, all students across the state — and across the country —should have the opportunity to learn the same skills. Visit the Common Core State Standards website for more information.

Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR)

Annual Professional Performance Review (APPR) is the process by which teachers and principals are evaluated in New York state. The purpose of APPR is to empower educators to improve the quality of instruction in schools and, in turn, to improve students’ performance and readiness for colleges and careers. APPR plans must meet strict state guidelines and are negotiated with local unions. Salmon River APPR Plan (PDF)

NYS Report Card

The NYS Education Department releases School Report Cards on every public school and district in the state. Based on some key assessments taken by students in New York public schools, the report cards provide achievement data on districts and schools, as compared to their past years’ performances and to other similar schools. Report cards are released each spring for the previous school year. Visit the NYS Education Department website to view the district’s latest report card.

Special Education

The Special Education Department at Salmon River Central School District is committed to providing high quality special education and support services for our students and their families. The department includes teaching staff and paraprofessionals, including teaching assistants and classroom aides. Visit the Special Education page for more resources.

Title VII

Thanks to Title VII and the Johnson O’Malley federally-funded programs, Salmon River CSD provides educational enrichment programming for its Mohawk student population, which comprises 63 percent of the total school enrollment. Salmon River is one of 13 districts within New York State which contracts to provide an education to its Native American students, with a commitment to preserve the Mohawk tradition, culture and language within the school system. Visit the Title VII page for more information.