• AK STEPP/Title I Plan

     

    The public has access to Pathways Title I Plan through the AK STEPP program or by clicking on the following links:

    AK STEPP Comprehensive Plan Report - Update coming soon!

    School Needs Assessment  - Update coming soon!

    Title I Schoolwide Plan Assurances  - Update coming soon!

     

    Or, for access to Indistar use the following:

    Indistar Login: GuestS11183   

    Password:  GuestS11183

    Website link:  AK STEPP .

     

     

    Parents Right to Know Letter

     

    Each year districts and schools are required to provide information to parents as well as opportunities for them to be involved in the educational decisions that affect their children.  Parents have the right to inquire about the professional qualifications of their child’s teacher and paraprofessionals that work with the child.  This information is explained to parents in the Right to Know letter at the link below.  Distribution of this letter is a requirement under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act detailed under section 1111(h)(6)(A).

     

    Parents Right to Know

     

    School Report Card to the Public

     

    The School Report Card presents information about the school’s performance for the 2016-2017 school year. The Performance Evaluation for Alaska’s Schools (PEAKS) assessment in English Language Arts and Mathematics were given for the first time in spring 2017 to students in grades 3-10. These two new assessments replaced the former Alaska Measures of Progress (AMP) assessments in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Students in grades 4, 8, and 10 also took the Alaska Science Assessment. For 2016-2017, there are no Alaska School Performance Index (ASPI) star ratings and Annual Measurable Objective (AMOs) Progress reports.

     

    Due to the passage of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), which replaced the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act, the accountability system remains paused until the state implements a new accountability system. The ASPI score and star rating reported are the same as those from the 2013-2014 school year. Under ASPI, each school received a score on a 100-point scale and a star rating from 5-stars (highest) to 1-star. The ASPI score and star rating gave an overall picture of how well the school did to prepare students to be college-, career- and culturally ready graduates. For 2016-2017, schools received an Accountability Indicators Report that reports the percentage of full academic year students in the school, district, and state who were proficient in English language arts and mathematics, along with the participation rates, attendance rates, and graduation rates for all students and subgroups.

     

    A copy of that report is found at the end of this School Report Card - year, districts, and schools are required to provide information to parents as well as opportunities for them to be involved in the educational decisions that affect their children.  Parents have the right to inquire about the professional qualifications of their child’s teacher and paraprofessionals that work with the child.  This information is explained to parents in the Right to Know letter at the link below.  Distribution of this letter is a requirement under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act detailed under section 1111(h)(6)(A).

     

    Report Card to the Public

     

    Parent Engagement Policy

     

     

    Valley Pathways School recognizes that some students may need the extra assistance available through the Title I program to reach the state’s high academic standards. Valley Pathways School intends to include parents in all aspects of the school’s Title I program. The goal is a school-home partnership that will help all students to succeed and shall be accomplished with the following Parent Engagement Policy.

     

    Parent Engagement Policy 20-21

     

    VPS Compact

     

     

    Valley Pathways School will strive to meet the needs of all of our students as they work towards achieving both academic and personal success in their journey to becoming contributing members of our society.  VPS will work with our parents and community to create a safe and nurturing environment for our students where each student’s academic, emotional, physical, and social needs can be met.  Community partnerships will also be fostered and developed to help students learn about potential careers and post-secondary educational opportunities to help students successfully transition from high school.  This will be accomplished through the policies established in the Valley Pathways School Compact which is located at the link below. 

     

    VPS Compact 20-21

     

    Title I Presentation

     

     

    Valley Pathways School Title I Presentation link:

     

    Title I Presentation 2019-20 - Update coming soon!