DUE TO TROPICAL STORM CONDITION 2, PSS CLASSES ARE CANCELLED FOR THE REMAINDER OF TODAY, 9/23/2021.
PSS SAIPAN, TINIAN, AND ROTA SCHOOLS AND OFFICES WILL REMAIN CLOSED TOMORROW, 9/24/2021.

Tinian Elementary School

Tinian Elementary School

 

Executive Summary

 

Tinian Elementary School (TIN) sits on over five hectares of land in the heart of San Jose Village. The school is surrounded by the San Jose Church, the public library, a health clinic, a police and fire department, post office, and private businesses and residences.  It is from this location that our stakeholders interact daily to provide our students with the best possible education. 
 

For SY 2018-19 the total student population of TIN is 253.  Our student enrollment by grade level is as follows:  Kinder: 37; 1st:  32; 2nd: 30; 3rd: 40; 4th:  34; 5th: 38; 6th: 42
 

A variety of ethnic groups attend our school: indigenous Chamorro (58%), Filipino (30%), Chinese (4%), Bangladesh (2%),  Japanese (2%), Korean (1%), Carolinian (1%), Indian (1%) and Nepalese (1%).  Males comprise 54% of our student population and females comprise 46% of our student population.  Twenty-four percent or 61 students are English Language Learners, 6% or 17 students have Individualized Education Plan (IEP).

Tinian Elementary School has a total of 32 employees.  
 

The Administrative Staff includes the following:  a Principal, Counselor, Secretary,  Building Maintenance personnel, a Custodian, a Bus Conductor, three Bus Drivers.  
 

Our Instructional Staff and Instructional Support Staff include the following: two Kindergarten Teachers, two First Grade Teachers, two Second Grade Teachers, two Third Grade Teachers, two Fourth Grade Teachers, two Fifth Grade Teachers, two Sixth Grade Teachers, a Special Education Teacher, a CCLHS Instructor, three Special Education Teacher Aides, a Title I Teacher, and a Literacy Coach.
We also have two MOU Staff assigned from the Mayor’s Office to assist us with the front office and the library.
 

Fourteen of the Classroom Teachers hold Bachelor Degrees. There is one Teacher with a Masters Degree. Three teachers have 20+ years of service. Four teachers have over 10 years of experience, and nine teachers have between 0 and 5 years of teaching experience.
 

 

SWP:  Goals, Number of Objectives/Number of Objective Met

 

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Goal Name

Number of Objectives Met/Number of Objectives

1

STUDENT SUCCESS:
By the end of SY18-19, all Tinian Elementary School students will be provided equitable and challenging learning experiences that are aligned to the school’s curriculum, instructional design, and assessment to develop learning, thinking, and life skills that lead to college and career readiness.

Objectives:   0/3

2

HIGHLY QUALIFIED AND EFFECTIVE PERSONNEL:
All Tinian Elementary School teachers in Kindergarten to 6and ancillary programs will acquire certification and professional growth by the end of SY19-20.

Objectives:  0/1

3

EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT OPERATIONS:
Tinian Elementary School classrooms in grades Kinder to 6, including Special Education, Chamorro Language and Heritage Studies, Title I Program, School Library and Counseling will have resources to support the school’s purpose and direction to ensure student success.

Objectives:   1/2

4

SAFE AND ORDERLY SCHOOLS:
Tinian Elementary School will provide a safe, clean and healthy environment conducive to learning.

Objectives:   1/1

5

PARENTAL ENGAGEMENT AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP:
Tinian Elementary School will inform and engage families and community members in meaningful ways to improve their children’s education throughout SY19-20.

Objectives:   1/1

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School Budget (Local, Federal, Non-Appropriated Funds, Others)


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Funding Source

Total Allocation

Personnel Local Budget (including all benefits)

$1,181,251

Local Budget - Pupil Trans

$25,000

Personnel Federal Budget (including all benefits)

$205,364

Local Budget - Operations Allocation

$25,000

Federal Consolidated Grant (School-wide Plan)

$154,800

Federal Wellness

$5,908

Federal Parental Involvement

$3,000

TIN Non-Appropriated Funds (PTA Funds)

$29,000

TIN Non-Appropriated Funds (Educational Tax Credit)

$5,094.13

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STAR Early Literacy

Grade Level

At/Above Benchmark

On Watch

Intervention

Urgent Intervention

K

11

3

6

9

1st

26

7

4

2

2nd

15

8

5

2

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STAR Reading

Grade Level

At/Above Benchmark

On Watch

Intervention

Urgent Intervention

2nd

16

7

3

3

3rd

21

7

1

4

4th

26

8

4

3

5th

20

9

2

2

6th

15

9

7

7

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STAR Math

Grade Level

At/Above Benchmark

On Watch

Intervention

Urgent Intervention

K

3

0

7

16

1st

36

3

5

2

2nd

23

4

1

2

3rd

25

5

2

1

4th

34

4

3

0

5th

28

2

1

2

6th

22

5

5

5

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School Successes / Highlights

  • Parent Engagement activities sponsored by PTSA-Bring Your Favorite Person to Lunch & Snacks with My Favorite Person
  • Annual Student Appreciation Month celebrated in September
  • Annual Royal Colts Coronation
  • School Clubs offered every Half Day Fridays.  Community agencies assisted us with the facilitation of the clubs.  Sports Club, Cross Stitch Club, Game Club, Arts Club, Chamorro Club, School Garden, Origami, Music/Dance, Coconut weaving
  • Annual Spelling Bee, STEM Fair, MathCourt Competitions, National Geography Bee
  • Sparks Training facilitated by Dr. Claire
  • OPT Bus Evacuation Drill
  • Fire Drill, Earthquake Drill
  • Annual Student Government Organization event (Election Registration, Campaign, Speeches, Election, Inauguration)
  • Induction of 10 students to the National Elementary Honor Society
  • NEHS Campus Clean Up
  • Renaissance Flow 360 Implementation
  • 14 students in grades Kinder-6th grade qualified for the MathCourt CNMI Wide event
  • Full implementation of AP Notify-to inform parents of important school info and events throughout the SY.
  • K-3rd Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
  • The students competed in Guam in the annual Chamoru Competition.  They competed in the following categories Essay, Oratorical, Poetry and Choral Reading. They won 2nd Place in Choral Reading, 2nd Place in Oratorical and 3rd Place in Poetry.