School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Glendora
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Leveraging Opportunity Increase student achievement for each significant subgroup (EL, Hispanic, SES, Special Education, Foster Youth) Increase to the proficient or advanced range by 5% on district-determined achievement data for the 2014-15 school year and use state performance bands for 2015-16 and 2016-17 Provide ongoing support for AP courses, ensuring access to such courses for all students, and scaffolding for under-represented students in these courses: $32,800 (base)
Provide access to high quality vocational and CTE through ROPs: $269,900 (base - CTE)
Develop a clearly articulated RTI model at each school: $109,266 (base, Title I)
Conduct a site-level needs assessment to determine current levels, strengths, and needs of existing intervention services: $0
Link professional development activities to the needs of district's targeted subgroups: $100,000 (base)
Consider addition of optional professional development day designed on supporting the at-risk student (EL, SPED, FRLP, Foster Youth): $200,000 (base)
Provide supplemental targeted curriculum that scaffolds to CCSS for underachieving populations: $55,000 (base)
Provide ongoing support for AP courses, ensuring access to such courses for all students, and scaffolding for under-represented students in these courses: $32,800 (base)
Provide access to high quality vocational and CTE through ROPs: $269,900 (base - CTE)
Develop a clearly articulated RTI model at each school: $109,266 (base, Title I)
Conduct a site-level needs assessment to determine current levels, strengths, and needs of existing intervention services: $0
Link professional development activities to the needs of district's targeted subgroups: $100,000 (base)
Consider addition of optional professional development day designed on supporting the at-risk student (EL, SPED, FRLP, Foster Youth): $0 (base)
Provide supplemental targeted curriculum that scaffolds to CCSS for underachieving populations: $55,000 (base)
Provide ongoing support for AP courses, ensuring access to such courses for all students, and scaffolding for under-represented students in these courses: $32,800 (base)
Provide access to high quality vocational and CTE through ROPs: $269,900 (base - CTE)
Develop a clearly articulated RTI model at each school: $109,266 (base, Title I)
Conduct a site-level needs assessment to determine current levels, strengths, and needs of existing intervention services: $0
Link professional development activities to the needs of district's targeted subgroups: $100,000 (base)
Consider addition of optional professional development day designed on supporting the at-risk student (EL, SPED, FRLP, Foster Youth): $0 (base)
Provide supplemental targeted curriculum that scaffolds to CCSS for underachieving populations: $55,000 (base)
 2014 - 15 $0 Leveraging Opportunity Engage all stakeholders, with particular focus on engaging parents/guardians of our underrepresented youth including, but not limited to, English learners, socioeconomically disadvantaged, special education, foster youth Increase partcipation by 10% in site-based parent education opportunities and 10% at district-wide parent education opportunities and groups Use CDE Family Engagement Framework tool: $0 (base)
Use all-call system to keep parents informed: $18,750 (base)
Implement parent academies around college-going culture and other areas as needed: $15,000 (base)
Family nights and events at school sites: $5,000 (base)
Use CDE Family Engagement Framework tool: $10,000 (base)
Use all-call system to keep parents informed: $18,750 (base)
Implement parent academies around college-going culture and other areas as needed: $20,000 (base)
Family nights and events at school sites: $5,000 (base)
Use CDE Family Engagement Framework tool: $10,000 (base)
Use all-call system to keep parents informed: $18,750 (base)
Implement parent academies around college-going culture and other areas as needed: $20,000 (base)
Family nights and events at school sites: $5,000 (base)
2015 - 16 $0 Leveraging Opportunity Increase student engagement and continually improve school climate at each campus Increase attendance rate to 97% Site-based incentive programs to encourage good attendance, behavior, and study habits: $5,000 (base) Site-based incentive programs to encourage good attendance, behavior, and study habits: $5,000 (base) Site-based incentive programs to encourage good attendance, behavior, and study habits: $5,000 (base)
2016 - 17 $0 Leveraging Opportunity Provide access to courses in STEM pathways and enrichment programs for all students, and will actively recruit underrepresented students for these programs No specific metric STEM courses: $222,342 (base) STEM courses: $222,342 (base) STEM courses: $222,342 (base)
    Leveraging Opportunity Increase opportunities for students to have access to school counselors at all grade levels for guidance and support, and in order to increase school connectedness No specific metric Counselors: $204,804 (base) Counselors: $409,608 (base) Counselors: $409,608 (base)