School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Culver City
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Foster Care (Goal 2) All staff will receive professional development to enhance PLC collaboration, share best instructional practices and programs, and implement effective 21st century classroom instruction aligned to the California adopted Common Core State Standards

(Goal 6) Ensure every student is connected to school through academics, athletics, activities, the arts and/or a relationship with a caring adult.

The percentage of students that will be taught by core staff that are participating in regular professional development opportunities in order to enhance collaboration will increase from 53% to 63%.

Percentage of student engagement based on stakeholder surveys increase from 81% to 82%
School attendance rate to increase from 96.24% to 96.5%
Chronic absenteeism will decrease from 5.03% to 4.5%
The Culver City High School annual adjusted grade 9-12 dropout rate will decrease from 2.1% to 1.5%
The Culver City Middle School annual dropout rate will remain below .16%
High school graduation rate increase from 91% to 92%
CCUSD will continue to provide professional development to enhance instructional practices to close the achievement gap.
Educational Specialists
*Year 1, 2, & 3: Review and revise the professional development plan to enhance instructional practices.
$96,000
LCFF Supplemental
Note - Provide educational specialists to develop and provide professional development to enhance instruction.

Reading Intervention Materials:
$6,000 - LCFF Supplemental
Reading Intervention PD
$9,000 - LCFF Supplemental
Phase II Reading Intervention Materials
$1,500 - LCFF Supplemental
Phase II Reading Intervention PD
$4,500 - LCFF Supplemental
Note - Substitutes for teachers and instructional assistants for release time and extra assignment hours as need.

Foster youth: CCUSD will expand family and student support services for foster youth by evaluating and responding to their individual needs.
$1,000
LCFF Supplemental
Funding to provide basic supplies for foster youth
CCUSD will continue to provide professional development to enhance instructional practices to close the achievement gap.
Educational Specialists
$97,800
LCFF Supplemental
Note - Provide educational specialists to develop and provide professional development to enhance instruction.

Reading Intervention Materials:
$6,000 - LCFF Supplemental
Reading Intervention PD
$9,000 - LCFF Supplemental
Phase II Reading Intervention Materials
$1,500 - LCFF Supplemental
Phase II Reading Intervention PD
$4,500 - LCFF Supplemental
Note - Substitutes for teachers and instructional assistants for release time and extra assignment hours as need.

Foster youth: CCUSD will expand family and student support services for foster youth by evaluating and responding to their individual needs.
$1,000
LCFF Supplemental

Funding to provide basic supplies for foster youth
CCUSD will continue to provide professional development to enhance instructional practices to close the achievement gap.
Educational Specialists
$99,000
LCFF Supplemental
Note - Provide educational specialists to develop and provide professional development to enhance instruction.

Reading Intervention Materials:
$6,000 - LCFF Supplemental
Reading Intervention PD
$9,000 - LCFF Supplemental
Phase II Reading Intervention Materials
$1,500 - LCFF Supplemental
Phase II Reading Intervention PD
$4,500 - LCFF Supplemental
Note - Substitutes for teachers and instructional assistants for release time and extra assignment hours as need.

Foster youth: CCUSD will expand family and student support services for foster youth by evaluating and responding to their individual needs.
$1,000
LCFF Supplemental

Funding to provide basic supplies for foster youth
 2014 - 15 $1,000 Attendance (Goal 6) Ensure every student is connected to school through academics, athletics, activities, the arts and/or a relationship with a caring adult. Percentage of student engagement based on stakeholder surveys increase from 81% to 82%
School attendance rate to increase from 96.24% to 96.5%
Chronic absenteeism will decrease from 5.03% to 4.5%
The Culver City High School annual adjusted grade 9-12 dropout rate will decrease from 2.1% to 1.5%
The Culver City Middle School annual dropout rate will remain below .16%
High school graduation rate increase from 91% to 92%
The district will utilize multiple programs to reduce the number of non-graduates and dropout through: Credit recovery; I Academy; Continuation High School; Summer School
Credit Recovery Programs:
$0 - Base
Note - The District will utilize existing programs at no additional cost.

Instructional Specialist
$103,250 - Base
Note - The addition of an instructional specialist is required due to the expansion of these additional student support programs.

iAcademy Teacher
$94,750 - Base
The district will utilize multiple programs to reduce the number of non-graduates and dropout through: Credit recovery; I Academy; Continuation High School; Summer School
Credit Recovery Programs:
$0 - Base
Note - The District will utilize existing programs at no additional cost.

Instructional Specialist
$104,500 - Base
Note - The addition of an instructional specialist is required due to the expansion of these additional student support programs.

iAcademy Teacher
$96,750 - Base
The district will utilize multiple programs to reduce the number of non-graduates and dropout through: Credit recovery; I Academy; Continuation High School; Summer School
Credit Recovery Programs:
$0 - Base
Note - The District will utilize existing programs at no additional cost.

Instructional Specialist
$106,500 - Base
Note - The addition of an instructional specialist is required due to the expansion of these additional student support programs.

iAcademy Teacher
$98,750 - Base
2015 - 16 $1,000 Leveraging Opportunity (Goal 6) Ensure every student is connected to school through academics, athletics, activities, the arts and/or a relationship with a caring adult. Percentage of student engagement based on stakeholder surveys increase from 81% to 82%
School attendance rate to increase from 96.24% to 96.5%
Chronic absenteeism will decrease from 5.03% to 4.5%
The Culver City High School annual adjusted grade 9-12 dropout rate will decrease from 2.1% to 1.5%
The Culver City Middle School annual dropout rate will remain below .16%
High school graduation rate increase from 91% to 92%
CCUSD will expand family and student support services by defining the district's role in student support activities and evaluating and responding to the student needs - Crisis intervention; Whole Child Programs; Mental health services; Medical health services; School counseling; Link families with social services

Director for School and Family Support Services
$139,876 - Base

Administrative Assistant for School and Family Support
$50,513 - Base

Intervention Counselor
$60,000 - LCFF Supplemental
Note - Provide intervention counseling at the elementary sites with 1.0 FTE counselor
CCUSD will expand family and student support services by defining the district's role in student support activities and evaluating and responding to the student needs - Crisis intervention; Whole Child Programs; Mental health services; Medical health services; School counseling; Link families with social services

Director for School and Family Support Services
$144,073 - Base

Administrative Assistant for School and Family Support
$53,257 - Base

Intervention Counselor
$60,000 - LCFF Supplemental
Note - Provide intervention counseling at the elementary sites with 1.0 FTE counselor
CCUSD will expand family and student support services by defining the district's role in student support activities and evaluating and responding to the student needs - Crisis intervention; Whole Child Programs; Mental health services; Medical health services; School counseling; Link families with social services

Director for School and Family Support Services
$148,395 - Base

Administrative Assistant for School and Family Support
$54,954 - Base

Intervention Counselor
$60,000 - LCFF Supplemental
Note - Provide intervention counseling at the elementary sites with 1.0 FTE counselor
2016 - 17 $1,000 Leveraging Opportunity (Goal 6) Ensure every student is connected to school through academics, athletics, activities, the arts and/or a relationship with a caring adult. Percentage of student engagement based on stakeholder surveys increase from 81% to 82%
School attendance rate to increase from 96.24% to 96.5%
Chronic absenteeism will decrease from 5.03% to 4.5%
The Culver City High School annual adjusted grade 9-12 dropout rate will decrease from 2.1% to 1.5%
The Culver City Middle School annual dropout rate will remain below .16%
High school graduation rate increase from 91% to 92%
As CCUSD Ensure that every student is connected to school, sites will continue to offer a variety of activities (arts programs, clubs, and athletics)

Sites will continue to provide student intervention and enrichment by reviewing and revising current programs to increase access: AEIOU (CCMS) Peer Tutoring (CCHS); Elementary Intervention; AVID
Intervention and Enrichment
No additional Cost

Sites will ensure that every student is connected to a caring adult
Big Brother/Big Sister

No additional cost.
As CCUSD Ensure that every student is connected to school, sites will continue to offer a variety of activities (arts programs, clubs, and athletics)

Sites will continue to provide student intervention and enrichment by reviewing and revising current programs to increase access: AEIOU (CCMS) Peer Tutoring (CCHS); Elementary Intervention; AVID
Intervention and Enrichment
No additional Cost

Sites will ensure that every student is connected to a caring adult
Big Brother/Big Sister

No additional cost.
As CCUSD Ensure that every student is connected to school, sites will continue to offer a variety of activities (arts programs, clubs, and athletics)

Sites will continue to provide student intervention and enrichment by reviewing and revising current programs to increase access: AEIOU (CCMS) Peer Tutoring (CCHS); Elementary Intervention; AVID
Intervention and Enrichment
No additional Cost

Sites will ensure that every student is connected to a caring adult
Big Brother/Big Sister

No additional cost.