School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Centinela Valley
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Attendance Build local capacity to implement and institutionalize evidence-based practices that promote academic achievement and behavioral health 14-15: - Attendance SaveRate will improve to 25%
- Severely chronic absenteeism rate will decrease to 6.4%
- Satisfactory absenteeism rate will increase to 50%
- Rate of suspensions and expulsions will each decrease by 10%
- SARB process, suspensions, and expulsions will take into account the unique needs and challenges of foster youth
15-16: - Attendance SaveRate will improve by 10%
- Severely chronic absenteeism rate will decrease below 5%
- Satisfactory absenteeism rate will be above 50%
- Rate of suspensions and expulsions will each decrease by 10%
- SARB process, suspensions, and expulsions will take into account the unique needs and challenges of foster youth
16-17: - Attendance SaveRate will improve by 10%
- Severely chronic absenteeism rate will remain below 5%
- Satisfactory absenteeism rate will remain above 50%
- Rate of suspensions and expulsions will each decrease by 10%
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 2014 - 15 $90,860 Foster Care Build local capacity to implement and institutionalize evidence-based practices that promote academic achievement and behavioral health 14-15: - Implement data system for tracking of LCAP metrics for subgroups, including foster youth, and establish data sharing MOU with county child welfare agency specifying how data will be exchanged and ensured for accuracy
- CWA Coordinator leads task force to develop and implement a plan to prioritize foster youth , ensure foster youth receive educational counseling from on-site foster youth counselors
- Develop a plan to prioritize foster youth and systematically provide academic, vocational/career, and personal guidance counseling to at least 30% of foster youth
15-16: - Develop a plan to prioritize foster youth and systematically provide academic, vocational/career, and personal guidance counseling to at least 40% of foster youth
16-17: - Develop a plan to prioritize foster youth and systematically provide academic, vocational/career, and personal guidance counseling to at least 50% of foster youth
$53,500 - CWA Coordinator cost sharing
$9,660 - RTI Progress of foster youth monitoring
$22,700 - foster youth counselor
$14,490 - cost sharing Director of Accountability, Assessment, and Research
$5,000 - Determine AB 167/216 eligibility
$54,570 - CWA Coordinator cost sharing
$9,853 - RTI Progress of foster youth monitoring
$23,154 - foster youth counselor
$14,779 - cost sharing Director of Accountability, Assessment, and Research
$5,100 - Determine AB 167/216 eligibility
$55,661 - CWA Coordinator cost sharing
$10,050 - RTI Progress of foster youth monitoring
$23,617 - foster youth counselor
$15,075 - cost sharing Director of Accountability, Assessment, and Research
$5,202 - Determine AB 167/216 eligibility
2015 - 16 $92,677 Foster Care Improve outcomes for all subgroups, including foster youth, who perform below district/county/state averages on API, CAHSEE, SAT, and AP exams, and graduation/dropout rates 14-15: - Establish foster youth graduation rate baseline
- Establish foster youth dropout rate baseline
- Establish foster youth A-G completion baseline
- Establish foster youth AP exam participation baseline
- Establish 10th grade foster youth CAHSEE passage baseline
- Establish foster youth SAT participation rate baseline
15-16: - Increase foster youth graduation rate by 10% from baseline
- Decrease foster youth dropout rate by 10% from baseline
- Increase foster youth A-G completion by 10% from baseline
- Increase foster youth AP participation rate by 10% from baseline
- Increase 10th grade foster youth CAHSEE passage rates by 10% from baseline
- Increase 11th grade foster youth SAT participation rate by 10% from baseline
16-17: - Increase foster youth graduation rate by 10%
- Decrease foster youth dropout rate by 10%
- Increase foster youth A-G completion by 10%
- Increase foster youth AP participation rate by 10%
- Increase 10th grade foster youth CAHSEE passage rates by 10%
- Increase 11th grade foster youth SAT participation rate by 10%
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2016 - 17 $94,530 Foster Care Ensure appropriate systems of school support are fully operational at the organizational level 14-15: - Establish policies and MOUs regarding all targeted groups, including foster youth, related to school transfers, infrastructure required to measure outcome metrics, and baseline data on metrics
- Establish baseline data for school transfers for all subgroups, including foster youth
15-16: - School transfers to continuation and other alternative schools for unduplicated students will decrease by 10% from baseline
- Number of days before unduplicated students are enrolled in appropriate schools, classes, and awarded all earned credits will decrease by 10% from baseline
16-17: - School transfers to continuation and other alternative schools for unduplicated students will decrease by an additional 10%
- Number of days before unduplicated students are enrolled in appropriate schools, classes, and awarded all earned credits will decrease by an additional 10%
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