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The students participating in the Extended Transition program at Pinellas Technical College-South are in the last years of their formal education. Now is the time to determine the holes in their K-12 training and shore them up in order to provide a strong foundation upon which to build their technical education.

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Last Chance Remediation

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School:
Extended Transition & Hospital Homebound 
Subject:
Mathematics 
Teacher:
Annie Johnson 
 
Annie Johnson 
Students Impacted:
28 
Grade:
12 
Date:
October 11, 2021

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Thank you to the following investor for funding this grant.

 

Raymond James Financial - $357.32

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Goal

The students participating in the Extended Transition program at Pinellas Technical College-South are in the last years of their formal education. Now is the time to determine the holes in their K-12 training and shore them up in order to provide a strong foundation upon which to build their technical education. 

 

What will be done with my students

Each student will take a CASAS test in Reading, Math, and Language Arts. The results will be reviewed by the student and his/her case manager. The case manager will analyze the results and provide a pre-test in a core academic area that needs remediation and develop a prescriptive for the student. The student will work on worksheets copied specifically for them with direction and feedback from their case manager.  

 

Benefits to my students

The students will have an opportunity to master areas of a core academic that was not mastered in their K-12 schooling. Test results show that most of our transitioning students need remedial instruction in long division, fractions, measurement, and algebra in Math. All of them need remedial instruction in Language Arts. This will provide a more stable foundation for their college level technology as well as prepare them for the TABE test to gain certification in their technology. My students tell me this is what they want. 

 

Describe the Students

My students are in the Extended Transition program under Paul B. Stephens School. They have deferred their diploma in order to enroll in Pinellas Technical College as secondary students. This is a transitional phase to receive accommodations and/or modifications in order to access a technology program to prepare for their future career. They all have IEPs. 

 

Budget Narrative

The workbooks will be used multiple times to make the prescriptive packets for each student. I will copy the pages needed for remediation and provide a work folder for each student. 

 

Items

# Item Cost
1 1 TABE 11-12 Math E Remedial workbook $23.99
2 1 TABE 11-12 Math M Remedial workbook $23.99
3 1 McGraw-Hill Reading E Remedial workbook $33.99
4 1 McGraw-Hill Reading M Remedial workbook $21.50
5 1 McGraw-Hill Language M Remedial workbook $33.99
6 1 McGraw-Hill Language D Remedial workbook $28.99
7 50 2 pocket folders $33.99
8 1 reem multi-purpose printer paper $29.99
9 1 Toner cartridge HP Laser Jet $126.89
  Total: $357.32

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