School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics  Funding 14-15   Funding 15-16   Funding 16-17 
El Rancho      
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Leveraging Opportunity All Students Graduate College and Career Ready Same Across all 3 Years: AP Pass Rate will increase by 1%; Attendance will increase by 1.5%; Chronic Absenteeism will decrease by 2%; A-G completion will increase by 1%; EAP will increase by 1%; HS Graduation will improve by 2%; HS drop out rate will decrease by 2%; middle school drop out rate will decrease by .5%   Funding tied to various activities, including the ones listed below   Funding tied to various activities, including the ones listed below   Funding tied to various activities, including the ones listed below 
 2014 - 15 $0 Foster Care Expand Implementation of CARE Meetings at school sites for foster youth facilitated by school council and social worker. Meetings held at the school site to review specific academic, behavioral, and social-emotional needs for foster youth. Facilitated by school council and social worker. No specific metrics; see the ones above  No specific funding; LCAP says "meeting support provided by the county."   No specific funding; LCAP says "meeting support provided by the county."   No specific funding; LCAP says "meeting support provided by the county." 
2015 - 16 $0 Leveraging Opportunity Increased access to technology (devices, software) No specific metrics; see the ones above  $300,000 (Base and Common Core)   $200,000 (Base and Common Core)   $200,000 (Base and Common Core) 
2016 - 17 $0 Leveraging Opportunity Building stronger relationships between staff, students, and parents - developing stronger district/school site culture emphasizing the importance of relationships/partnerships No specific metrics; see the ones above  No funding provided   No funding provided   No funding provided 
    Leveraging Opportunity Provide after-school tutoring for English Language Arts for targeted subgroups, including foster youth No specific metrics; see the ones above  $84,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $84,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $84,000 (supplemental/concentration) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Reduce class size (for grades K-3), increase course access No specific metrics; see the ones above  $4,930,000 (base and supplemental/concentration)   $5,033,000 (base and supplemental/concentration)   $5,138,000 (base and supplemental/concentration) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Provide after-school tutoring for Mathematics targeted subgroups, including foster youth, in K-8 schools No specific metrics; see the ones above  $84,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $84,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $84,000 (supplemental/concentration) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Provide college and career presentations/workshops for parents and students No specific metrics; see the ones above  $70,000 (base)   $70,000 (base)   $70,000 (base) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Increase local business partnerships to provide internship opportunities for students No specific metrics; see the ones above  No specific funding; action involves building community partnerships   No specific funding; action involves building community partnerships   No specific funding; action involves building community partnerships 
    Leveraging Opportunity Provide counselors that can provide college and career guidance to students No specific metrics; see the ones above  $1,191,660 (base)   $1,213,080 (base)   $1,250,500 (base) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Incorporate Project Lead the Way and STEAM opportunities for students No specific metrics; see the ones above  $400,000 (Common Core)  $- $-
    Leveraging Opportunity Expand the AVID program to all secondary sites for targeted subgroups, including foster youth No specific metrics; see the ones above  $150,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $150,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $150,000 (supplemental/concentration) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Increase summer learning opportunities for students for targeted subgroups, including foster youth No specific metrics; see the ones above  $175,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $350,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $350,000 (supplemental/concentration) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Begin planning a Tutoring/Homework Center available after school hours in community No specific metrics; see the ones above  $5,000 (base)   $5,000 (base)   $5,000 (base) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Provide on-site counseling to address drug prevention, social-emotional student issues to targeted subgroups, including foster youth No specific metrics; see the ones above  $220,000 (MAA funding)   $230,000 (MAA funding)   $240,000 (MAA funding) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Provide training and support services to address student discipline issues and health & social-emotional needs (PBIS training, restorative justice committee, mental health counseling, first responder site team training) No specific metrics; see the ones above  $48,000 (base)   $168,000 (base)   $168,000 (base) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Provide student RTI support and teacher professional development training through onsite instructional coach No specific metrics; see the ones above  $462,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $472,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $482,000 (supplemental/concentration) 
    Leveraging Opportunity Provide general support to schools in their efforts to implement the LCAP. Every school site has been provided an LCFF allocation as a maintenance effort based on their 2013-14 EIA allocations to help support LCAP goals. No specific metrics; see the ones above  $1,260,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $1,260,000 (supplemental/concentration)   $1,260,000 (supplemental/concentration)