Schools may choose to describe up to two additional pieces of information about how their school is supporting students. These self-reported indicators are not factored into school accountability calculations but provide the opportunity for schools to highlight successful programs or practices in addition to the indicators included in school accountability.
Effective Enrichment Program supports strong Tier
Bonneville Elementary has continued to build arts and science into our daily curriculum by hiring a science teacher who works with teachers and the core curriculum to provide science investigations that will transition us into the Next Generation Science Standards. Bonneville also works with Beverly Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program to provide an art teacher for grades 3-6 . Our School Community Council, through the Land Trust Program has designated a portion of the grant to provide an equitable performing arts experience for all our students. This translates into music instruction for grades K-2. Tanner Dance classes for our Kindergarten and first grades. The yearly FEST community event raises the funds needed to support our Science Teacher and K-2 Art Teacher. Our arts and science programs have been developed to address the whole child by providing unique learning opportunities and hands-on experiences. The Bonneville School Community has supported our efforts to connect with community programs as well as manage and raise the funds to support our commitment to education in the arts and sciences for all Bonneville students.
EQUITABLE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
With the hiring of a full-time counselor, an anti bullying program is being implemented at Bonneville Elementary. The school counselor is working with parent volunteers, using the Project Cornerstone program, In conjunction with the program, the school counselor did an initial bully prevention lesson in September based off of the Second Step Curriculum adopted by the Salt Lake City School District. Project Cornerstone is a program that is run monthly in all grades at the classroom level. Lessons are based off of a book that demonstrates a social-emotional narrative. Students are encouraged to process the book through hands-on activities, group discussion, and explicit instruction. The PTA supports the Project Cornerstone program by supplying the supplies and volunteers needed.