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2016-19 LCAP Major Goals & Expected Measurable Outcomes

GOAL #1  INCREASED TIME to LEARN

Increased time and opportunity to learn will ensure all of our students successful matriculation to the next grade level as measured by a decrease in retention rate of 1% per year including subgroups.  Students participating in summer programs will show growth as evidenced by the pre/post assessment results.

GOAL #2  INCREASED ACCESS to CURRICULAR CONTENT

EL’s, SED’s, Foster Youth and other identified subgroups will increase proficiency levels by 2% on the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium (SBAC) at the end of the 2016-2017 school year.


GOAL #3  MAINTAIN SAFE and ORDERLY SCHOOLS WITH POSITIVE SCHOOL CLIMATE

Facilities will be safe and conducive to learning. We will maintain high levels of facilities inspection as measured on the District’s (FIT). Scores for all school sites will maintain or increase to "Good" status.  Reduced incidents of bullying will be reported by students and parents as measured by survey results. Additional focus on student engagement strategies and any identified school site climate issues will ensure that more students will be in school on a regular basis. We will maintain or improve attendance rates above 97% district-wide.  We will decrease chronic absence rates by 1%.  We will decrease suspension rates by 1%.  We will maintain the expulsion rates below 1%.


GOAL #4 INCREASE TEACHER EFFECTIVENESS and STUDENT PERFORMANCE

Once baseline data is collected, student achievement rates on state and district performance measures will increase by 2% for all assessed content areas. Knowledge and usage of educational technology in the classroom will be "Proficient" or "Advanced" based on survey data.  Positive staff survey results on the effectiveness of professional development offerings in the district will continue. Highly Qualified Teacher (HQT) rates will remain at 100%. Sufficient instructional materials for every student will be provided and monitored in District’s Resolution of Sufficiency of Materials on an annual basis.

GOAL #5  INCREASE PARENT ENGAGEMENT and INVOLVEMENT

Parent participation rates in school and District events, advisory groups and various other school offerings for parent and family involvement will increase by 2% as evidenced by the parent survey each year.