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  • LCAP Parent MeetingHardy Brown College PrepKey Pad Polling Results

    May 21, 2015

  • What best describes you?

    0%

    0%

    0%

    9%

    91% 1. Parent

    2. Grandparent

    3. Guardian

    4. Aunt or Uncle

    5. Community Member

  • What is your age?

    0%

    23%

    62%

    15%

    0% 1. Under 18

    2. 19-29 years

    3. 30-44 years

    4. 45-65 years

    5. Over 65 years

  • Whats your favorite activity to do with your child(ren)?

    31%

    23%

    0%

    8%

    38% 1. Reading

    2. Playing sports

    3. Gardening

    4. Cooking

    5. Playing in the park

  • Overview of the Local Control and Accountability Plan

  • Overview of Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) 8 Priority Areas

    1. Basic Services (Williams)

    2. Implementation of State Standards

    3. Parent Involvement

    4. Student Achievement

    5. Student Engagement

    6. School Climate

    7. Course Access

    8. Other Student Outcomes

  • Conditions for LearningState Priorities & Local Goals

  • Conditions of Learning State Priorities

    Basic (Williams)

    Teacher assignment and credentials

    Student standards-aligned instructional materials

    School facilities maintained

    Implementation of State Standards

    Common Core State Standards in ELA and Math

    Next generation science standards

    English language development

    Access to Broad Curriculum:

    Ensuring all students have access to classes that prepare them for college and careers, regardless of what school they attend or where they live

  • Our Basic Goals (Williams):

    1. Teacher Assignment & Credentials: 100% of teachers will be highly qualified and appropriately credentialed for their assignment.

    2. Student standards-aligned instructional materials: 100% of students will have standards-aligned instructional materials in English Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies

    3. School facilities maintained: All school sites will earn a good rating on the State of California Facilities Inspection Tool.

  • Do you agree that 100% of teachers should be highly qualified and appropriately credentialed for their assignment?

    1 2

    6%

    94%1. Yes

    2. No

  • Do you agree that 100% of students should have standards-aligned instructional materials in ELA, Math, Science & Social Studies?

    1 2

    0%

    100%1. Yes

    2. No

  • Do you agree that all school sites should earn a good rating on the states facilities inspection tool for public schools?

    1 2

    0%

    100%1. Yes

    2. No

  • Our Goals for Implementation of State Standards

    Common Core State Standards in ELA and Math: 100% of teachers will have weekly planning time. 100% of teachers will participate in 3 professional development sessions

    about Common Core aligned instructional materials.

    Next generation science standards: A cohort of science teachers and school leaders will receive professional

    development in next generation science standards.

    English language development: 100% of teachers will have weekly planning time. 100% of teachers will participate in 3 professional development sessions

    about Common Core aligned instructional materials with ELD imbedded.

  • Do you agree that 100% of teachers should have weekly planning time and participate in at least 3 professional development sessions on Common Core aligned instructional materials? (NOTE: Materials include a focus on English Language Development)

    1 2

    5%

    95%

    1. Yes

    2. No

  • Do you agree that to get ready for the new Next Generation Science Standards we should start by training a group of science teachers and principals on the new standards?

    1 2

    5%

    95%1. Yes

    2. No

  • COLLEGE VISITS

    PHYSICAL

    EDUCATION

    VISUAL &

    PERFORMING ARTS

  • Our Goals for Access to a Broad Curriculum

    Visual & Performing Arts: Each student will have a visual or performing arts experience each year.

    Physical Education: Each student will participate in a physical education program.

    College Readiness: Each child will have the opportunity to attend a college field lesson each year.

    Ensuring all students to have access to classes that prepare them for college and careers, regardless of what school they attend or where they live.

  • Do you think college visits, physical education and visual & performing arts are important parts of a balanced and broad curriculum?

    0%

    0%

    5%

    95% 1. Yes, absolutely

    2. I could live with it

    3. I dont think they are all that important

    4. Im not sure

  • Top visual and performing arts experience you would like your child to have please vote for ONE:

    1 2 3 4

    65%

    20%

    5%10%

    1. Music

    2. Drawing, painting,

    sculpture

    3. Dance

    4. Theater

  • Pupil OutcomesState Priorities & Local Goals

  • Pupil Outcomes State Priorities

    Student Achievement

    Standardized Tests (CST, CAASPP, CAHSEE)

    API

    a-g requirements for UC/CSU system

    Early Assessment Program

    Other Student Outcomes

  • Our goals for student performance on standardized tests:

    Academic Performance Index (API): CURRENTLY SUSPENDED BY THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA

    Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium(SBAC): Students in testing grades will perform at proficiency levels in English Language Arts and Math at or above their peers in traditional public schools in the region with similar demographics.

    California Standards Test (CST): The percentage of students performing at or above proficiency on the 5th, 8th and 10th grade Science CST will improve year over year.

  • Do you agree that students in testing grades should perform at grade level in ELA and Math at rates that are the same or better as their peers in the region with similar demographics?

    1 2

    5%

    95%1. Yes

    2. No

  • In my opinion, their should be a higher percentage of students who test at grade level on state science exams each year.

    1 2

    6%

    94%1. True

    2. False

  • . . . More goals for student performance on standardized tests

    California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE): 10th grade students will pass the CAHSEE at rates that are equivalent or better than their peers in traditional public schools in the region with similar demographics.

    a-g requirements for UC/CSU systems: 100% of high school students will be offered the a-g course sequence.

    Early Assessment Program (EAP): 11th grade students will demonstrate readiness for college on the EAP at levels that are the same or better than their peers in traditional public schools in the region with similar demographics.

  • When we open a high school, I want our 10th grade students to pass the California High School Exit Exam at rates that are the same or better than their peers with similar demographics in the region.

    90%

    10%

    1 2

    1. True

    2. False

  • I want my child to attend a high school where 100% of students will be offered the a-g course sequence for admission to the UC and CSU.

    95%

    5%

    1 2

    1. True

    2. False

  • Do you think 11th grade students should demonstrate their readiness for college through the Early Assessment Program at the same or better rates then their peers at other public schools with similar demographics?

    1 2

    5%

    95%

    1. Yes

    2. No

  • Other Student Outcomes

    Grades 1 to 6

    Social Science

    Health

    Grades 7 to 12

    Social Science

    Foreign Language

    Automobile Driver Education

  • Top Language I would like my child to learn please vote for ONE:

    11%

    0%

    0%

    11%

    79% 1. Spanish

    2. French

    3. German

    4. Mandarin

    5. American Sign Language

  • What should our goals be for students in Social Studies?

    What we already have:

    Credentialed teachers who teach Social Studies

    Social Studies text books that are aligned to state standards

    An internal goal that at least 80% are proficient or advanced in Social Studies

    Please use the pen and card in the baggie to write down your ideas on a new goal that we can set for social studies.

  • What should our goals be for students in Health?

    What topics does the state say schools should teach students about health? Nutrition and physical activity

    Growth, development and sexual health

    Injury prevention and safety

    Alcohol, tobacco and other drugs

    Mental, emotional and social health

    Personal and community health

    Please use the pen and card in the baggie to write down your ideas for a new goal that we can set for health.

  • EngagementState Priorities & Local Goals

  • Engagement State Priorities

    Parent Involvement

    Efforts to seek parent input in decision making at school sites

    Promotion of parent participation in programs for unduplicated students and special needs subgroups

    Student Engagement

    School attendance and rates

    Chronic absenteeism rates

    Middle school drop-out rates

    High school drop-out rates

    High school graduation rates

  • Engagement State Priorities (cont.)

    School Climate

    Student suspension rates

    Student expulsion rates

    Other local measures including surveys of students, parents, an