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RTTT Performance Pay Recipients

103 Gadsden County Teachers Receive Performance

Pay for

Reading Learning Gains

Per Race to the Top MOU guidelines for Gadsden County, one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000) has been allocated for annual performance pay to certificated staff of schools with 65% of their students making learning gains in reading. If 65% of a school meets performance pay criteria, all certificated staff are eligible for a portion of the $100,000 annual performance pay allocated district-wide (not to exceed $2,000 annually).

The monetary incentive was a one time bonus that was written into the RTTT grant for all eligible candidates that achieved 65% or higher learning gains in reading during the 2010-2011 school year.

We have three schools in Gadsden County that qualified for annual performance pay to all certificated staff because 65% of their students made learning gains in reading: Gadsden Elementary Magnet School (79% reading learning gains, 10 staff members), Stewart Street Elementary School (74% reading learning gains, 48 staff members) and Gretna Elementary School (66% reading learning gains, 28 staff members).

Per Race to the Top MOU guidelines, any teacher employed at a school that does not qualify for school-wide performance pay may qualify for individual performance pay, if 65% of his/her students make gains in reading.

The following schools had individual teachers who met this category: Chattahoochee Elementary School(3), George W. Munroe Elementary School (1), Greensboro Elementary School (2), Havana Elementary School (2), Havana Middle School (1), Carter Parramore (1), James A. Shanks Middle School (5), East Gadsden High School (1) and West Gadsden High School (1).

  

Performance Pay Recipients

George W. Munroe

Sarah Graham

 

Chattahoochee

Elementary School

 

Diane White

Jacqueline Canidate

Mellany Wiggins

 

Greensboro Elementary School

Annette Walker

Tunisia Hairston 

 

Havana Elementary School

Cathy Holmes

Warkeen Jordan

 

 

Havana Middle School

Diana Mckeown

 Carter Parramore

Jackie Jones 

James A. Shanks

Jennifer Alcoseba

Catina Russ

Eugenia Combs

Germaine Brown

Tomeka Lightfoot

 

East Gadsden High School

Daisy Bush

 West Gadsden High School

Joan Bennett

 

Gadsden Elementary Magnet School

Erica Starling, Lauren Haymen, Patricia Kunkler, LaTasha Porter, Dena Brockman, Shulamith Riggins, Lydia Braithwaith, Brenda Mason, Bridget Franklin, Marty Scott

 

 Stewart Street Elementary School

Lisa Robinson, Valencia Denson, Jamarr Akins, Latrisa Bailey, Capitola Baker, Twanda Bell-Key, Melissa Dantzler, Renee’ Davis, Dorothy Dennis, Nicole Dixon, Martina Evans, Lyn Geariety, Christopher Germany, Kimi Green, Curlie Harris, Kesandra Harris, Robert Harris, Clara Henry, Lakisha Henry, Amelia Holton, Katanga Hughes, Kamilah Hunter, Rekeysha Johnson, Erica Lightfoot, Crystal McKinney, Vicki Muse-Johnson, Whittney O’Neal, Elizabeth Oaks, Brenda Pardee, Patricia Potter, Gracie Powell-Jones, Shonda Pruitt, Jennifer Pyburn, Angela Rollins, Maya Rozier, Ricardo Scales, Charhonda Simmons, Carolyn Smith, Juanita Stafford, Jeffrey Starks, Karen Toussaint, Moneek Walker, Burnell White, Steve Critteli, Cynthia Kent-Toussaint, Applemania Cook, Derek Hocker, Willie Brown

 

Gretna Elementary School

Delshuana Jackson, LaRonda Lee, Doris Hinson, Wanda Murray, Nancy Sturtz, Carmisha West-Chestnut, Shaundra McGlockton, Alice Bryant, Carolyn Rosier, Akua Sarpong, Cynthia Drayton, Helen Piawah, Nancy Persak, Irene Ford, Dwayne Ivory, Nakia Jones, Kameelah Weeks, Pamela Bryant, Daphnee Rouse, Blossie McCloud, Charlene Hobbs, Chinita Bascom, Travetria Hurchins, Debbie Willis, Claudia Campbell, Katherine Dallas, Edna Henson, Mary Watson

 

 

All recipients will be recognized by the Superintendent, his staff, and School Board Members on Tuesday, October 25, 2011 at 6 P.M.

 

The recognition ceremony will take place at the Max D. Walker Building on 35 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd, Quincy, Florida, 32351

Volume 1, Issue 1

October 20, 2011

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