2018 Quality Profile Report for Mentor Public Schools - Page 5

>> Mentor Public Schools is a
proud and dedicated member
of the prestigious League of
Innovative Schools. Our district was one of only three to
represent the State of Ohio
during last school year. The
league provides collaboration
opportunities for educators to continue working to find ways to bring new
and exciting innovative instructional practices to life in classrooms across the
country— benefitting millions of students nationwide!
>> 85% of Mentor Schools’ teachers have earned a Master’s
Degree or higher as part of their continuing education. Dozens
more are currently working toward their Master’s Degree.
>> Nearly 100% of our teachers are considered to be Highly
Qualified Teachers, or HQT. HQT is a qualification at the federal
level as determined by the Office of Public Instruction in
Washington, D.C.
>> The 2017-2018 school year was the final year of implementation for
Mentor Schools’ Straight A Fund grant, a five year planned grant. As the
largest grant ever earned in the district’s history, the Straight A Fund grant
provided funds for the following projects: renovating the Mentor High
School media center, now called The Hub; building a 16,000 square foot
professional development center called Paradigm; renovating more than 65
Mentor High School classrooms; and providing MacBooks for all students in
grades 9-12.
>> Our Information Technology (IT) team managed
several thousand devices for students and staff to
use during the 2017-2018 school year, including:
3,500 MacBooks; 3,500 iPads; 2,300 Chromebooks;
and 575 desktop computers.


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