School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics  Funding 14-15   Funding 15-16   Funding 16-17 
El Monte City Elem.
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Leveraging Opportunity Students will make gains at meeting proficient standards in ELA and Math based on standardized state tests. -- -- -- --
 2014 - 15 $0 Foster Care Empower Parents of FY through district workshops; includes parent support, kinship program and community liaisons Conduct ongoing Parent Intervention Program support groups for parents who currently have youth in the foster care system; conduct ongoing Grandparents as Parents support group; district wide community liaisons  Part of $55,000 and $50,000 in LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action   Part of $230,000 and $50,000 in LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action   Part of $335,000 and $50,000 in LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action 
2015 - 16 $0 Leveraging Opportunity School Nurses will collaboate with stakeholders to identify ways to keep students in school Yr 1: students sent home due to health issue reduced by 2%; Yr 2 additional decrease by 2%; Yr 3 additional 2% decrease -- -- --
2016 - 17 $0 Attendance Increase Attendance and arriving on time Yr 1: Increase daily attendance by .5% and reduce tardiness by .5%; Yr 2: Increase by .25% decrease tardiness by .25%; Yr 3: Increase by .25% and decrease tardiness by .5% -- -- --
    Attendance Reduce chronic absenteeism Yr 1: Decrease letters by 5%; Yr 2: Decrease  letters by 5%; Yr 3: Decrease letters by 5% -- -- --
    Attendance Reduce Middle School Dropout rate Yr 1: Decrease by .5%; Yr 2: Decrease by .5%; Decrease by .5% -- -- --
    Attendance Reduce number of missed class due to health reasons Yr 1: Decrease by 2%; Yr 2: Decrease by 2%; Yr 3: Decrease by 2% -- -- --
    Attendance Decrease suspention sand expulsion rates Yr 1: Decrease suspensions/referrals by 3% and maintain expulsions of 0-3 students; Yr 2:  Decrease suspensions/referrals by 3% and maintain expulsions of 0-3 students; Yr 3:  Decrease suspensions/referrals by 3% and maintain expulsions of 0-3 students -- -- --
    Attendance Increase Student Connectednesss Yr 1: Increase positive responses on CHKS by 5%; Yr 2: Increase positive responses on CHKS by 5%; Yr 3: Increase positive responses on CHKS by 5% -- -- --
    Foster Care Develop infrastructure necessary to support and monitor educational success No specific metrics  Part of $2,191,807 LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action   Part of $2,195,299 LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action   Part of $2,198,861 LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action 
    Foster Care Double Block Math & ELA as needed (equitable access) No specific metrics  Part of $1,057,086 and $833,693 LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action   Part of $1,035,883 and $877,322 LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action   Part of $1,040,883 and $897,578 LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action 
    Foster Care Purchase new math core and instructional materials that supports the needs of our non proficient students, including foster youth. Train teachers how to use the ancillary pieces to support our non proficient students No specific metrics  Part of $49,069,868 LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action   Part of$49,358,258 LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action   Part of$50,426,846 LCFF funds - LCAP does not break down specific expenditures by action