PLT School Annual Report

It is the goal of the PLT Steering Committee to help PLT Schools maintain their certification. Your completed form will assist the committee in understanding the challenges and creative solutions you have discovered as a Florida PLT School. Thank you for taking the time to fill out this report! The form is due June 15.
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    To maintain Florida PLT School Certification, a PLT School needs to:

    A. Identify a PLT School Coordinator. B. Provide a list of PLT trained teaching faculty. C. Maintain a teaching faculty where at least 50% are trained to use PLT or 50% of the teaching staff on a subject or grade level are trained to use PLT. D. Host a PLT Week or event, where at least 80% of the trained faculty conduct activities from the PLT Guide. The designated PLT School Coordinator oversees the school’s PLT Week and prepares a summary of the week and activities. Or At least 80% of the PLT trained faculty include 5 or more PLT activities in their lesson plans throughout the school year. Teachers document the activities conducted and provide this information to the PLT School Coordinator.
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    Please email or mail supporting documents such as agendas, flyers, or lesson plans that compliment the above activities. We would like to know more about the PLT successes taking place in your school. You can email supporting documents to sfrc-plt@ifas.ufl.edu or mail them to PLT Central at 342B Newins-Ziegler Hall PO Box 110410 Gainesville, FL 32611-0410.
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