Land Trust

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Check out information on Utah's Land Trust.

2017-2018 School Year

  • Brookwood received $41,004.00 in Land Trust funding and had $1,107 carry over from the previous year. Instructional assistants were hired to progress monitor and provide 30 minutes of targeted instruction (up to 5 days a week) for students reading below benchmark. Instructional assistants are trained and directly supervised by the school achievement coach. View Brookwood's 2017-18 Land Trust Plan here.

2016-2017 School Year

  • Brookwood received $37,011.00 in Land Trust funding and had $0 carry over from the previous year. Funds will be used to enhance language arts instruction.  Brookwood used this money to hire Tier II interventionists to address the needs of students reading below benchmark.

2015-2016 School Year

  • Brookwood received $31,558.00 in Land Trust funding and had $0 carry over from the previous year. Funds will be used to enhance language arts instruction.  Brookwood used this money to hire Tier II interventionists to address the needs of students reading below benchmark.

2014-2015 School Year

  • Brookwood received $26,755.00 in Land Trust funding. After paying $552.00 to make-up for overspending the previous year, Brookwood had $26,203 to enhance math and language arts instruction.  Brookwood used this money to hire a computer lab assistant to provide keyboarding/math assessment instruction and also hired Tier II interventionists to address the needs of students reading below benchmark.

2013-2014 School Year

  • Brookwood received $26,722.00 in Land Trust funding and also had $87.00 carry over from the 2012-2013 school year.  Therefore, Brookwood had $26,809.00 to enhance keyboarding proficiency and language arts instruction.  Brookwood used this money to hire a computer lab assistant to provide keyboarding instruction and also hired Tier II interventionists to address the needs of students reading below benchmark.
  • Update: We over spent $552 on our three aides last year.  All of the overage was spent on salary and benefits for the three reading aides and one computer aide. We paid for the overage with our school's general fund budget. This overage was paid on November 12, 2014 with check number 10184.