Soddy Elementary

260 School Street, Soddy Daisy, TN 37379

Phone(423) 332-8823

Feeder Pattern

Total Enrollment

413

Per-pupil Spending

(2015)

$7,986

Pre-K

1 Classroom
19 Students

Racial Diversity

White
97.3%
Black
1.7%
Hispanic
0.2%
Asian
0.5%
Native American
0.2%

Economic Diversity

2 0 1 3
57.3%
2 0 1 4
56.6%
2 0 1 5
61.7%
2 0 1 6 *
32.0%

* The state of Tennessee is no longer defining “economically disadvantaged” status based on students receiving free or reduced lunch. Instead, only students who are receiving Direct Certification services are now considered economically disadvantaged for purposes of data collection by the state. This change accounts for the drastic drop in % ED students statewide.

Math Proficiency

All 3rd Graders

2 0 1 3
60.9%
2 0 1 4
62.9%
2 0 1 5
71.2%
2 0 1 6
No Data Available

Economically Disadvantaged 3rd Graders

2 0 1 3
66.6%
2 0 1 4
58.8%
2 0 1 5
68.6%
2 0 1 6
No Data Available

Reading Proficiency

All 3rd Graders

2 0 1 3
48.4%
2 0 1 4
56.4%
2 0 1 5
42.4%
2 0 1 6
No Data Available

Economically Disadvantaged 3rd Graders

2 0 1 3
48.5%
2 0 1 4
52.9%
2 0 1 5
37.1%
2 0 1 6
No Data Available

TVAAS Scores

5

2013

2

2014

2

2015

No Data

2016

Exceptional Education

Comprehensive Development Classroom

CDC classrooms are for students who require an alternative curriculum and significant supports that the general education setting cannot alone provide.

Development Communication Classroom

DCC is a developmental communication curriculum for students with severe communication and very severe behavioral disorders. Many of the students in these settings are significantly intellectually disabled with Autism.

Coaching All Learning Mentoring Modeling

CALMM supports are primarily for higher functioning students on the Autism spectrum and those students with communication and social deficits, who can more readily access the general education curriculum.

Inclusion

Inclusion refers to students who are in general education classes 80% or more of the instructional day and receive direct instruction pull out as needed.

Gifted

Gifted classrooms are provided for students identified as Intellectually Gifted. Services may include enriched academic experiences, acceleration, and appropriate modifications and accommodations in the regular classroom.

Contact Your Representatives

Kimberly Roden
Kimberly Roden
Principal

Phone: (423) 332-8823

Email: roden_kimberly@hcde.org

Rhonda Thurman
Rhonda Thurman
School Board District 1

Phone: (423) 842-4652

Email: thurman_rhonda@hcde.org

Randy Fairbanks
Randy Fairbanks
County Commissioner

Phone: (423) 834-3702

Email: district1@hamiltontn.gov