School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Lowell Joint
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Foster Care All students will increase academic achievement in English language arts, mathematics, and other core content areas as determined by the CDE and Board of Trustees, and will make progress towards being college and career ready. (Year 1)
Students will increase proficiency in learning the Common Core State Standards by 3.3% as measured by District Benchmark Assessments. The District will use data from the 2014-15 Smarter Balanced Assessments as a baseline.
Students in grades 7 and 8 will maintain or increase by 1% the number of passing grades (making adeuqate progress) by 1% as measured by Fourth Quarter Report Cards.
Students in grades TK-8 will continue to promote to the next grade level as measured by enrollment data.ents will be assessed using formative and summative assessments that are aligned to the CCSS.
Monitor the academic progress of Foster Youths using the district's data and assessment program. Monitor the academic progress of Foster Youths using the district's data and assessment program. Monitor the academic progress of Foster Youths using the district's data and assessment program.
 2014 - 15 $0 Foster Care Stakeholders, including parents and students, will be engaged in supporting student learning. This includes increasing parent involvement in school decision-making, and pupil engagement with regards to attendance and maintaining a positive school climate. (Year 1)
Parent involvement will increase by 1% as measured by Parent Surveys and school/district related parent event sign-in sheets.
Pupil attendance will increase by 1% to 97% as measred by the District student information system (AERIES). Pupil chronic absenteeism rate will drop by 1% as measured by AERIES.
Pupil habitual truancy rate will remain below that the State rate of 29.28% and LA County rate of 34.32% and will improve by 1% as measured by the District student information system (AERIES).
The expulsion rate will be maintained at 0% and the suspension rate will remain below the State rate of 5.1% and the County rate of 3.5%, and will improve by.5% as measured by the District student information system (AERIES).
The dropout rate will remain at 0% as reported by CALPADS and DataQuest.
The promotion rate for students in grades K-4 will increase from 98.5% to 99%.
Pupil school safety/connectedness survey data will indicate that students continue to feel safe and connected to school.
Counselors will monitor the social/emotional needs of Foster Youth.

District/school personnel will provide outreach services to parents of Foster Youths to ensure involvement in, and success with school.

Maintain ongoing collaboration with key staff in county child welfare agency, mental health agency, county office of education foster youth services program, foster family agencies and other placement providers, and other entities providing care and services to foster youth.
Counselors will monitor the social/emotional needs of Foster Youth.

District/school personnel will provide outreach services to parents of Foster Youths to ensure involvement in, and success with school.

Maintain ongoing collaboration with key staff in county child welfare agency, mental health agency, county office of education foster youth services program, foster family agencies and other placement providers, and other entities providing care and services to foster youth.
Counselors will monitor the social/emotional needs of Foster Youth.

District/school personnel will provide outreach services to parents of Foster Youths to ensure involvement in, and success with school.

Maintain ongoing collaboration with key staff in county child welfare agency, mental health agency, county office of education foster youth services program, foster family agencies and other placement providers, and other entities providing care and services to foster youth.
2015 - 16 $0 Leveraging Opportunity All students will increase academic achievement in English language arts, mathematics, and other core content areas as determined by the CDE and Board of Trustees, and will make progress towards being college and career ready. (Year 1)
Students will increase proficiency in learning the Common Core State Standards by 3.3% as measured by District Benchmark Assessments. The District will use data from the 2014-15 Smarter Balanced Assessments as a baseline.
Students in grades 7 and 8 will maintain or increase by 1% the number of passing grades (making adeuqate progress) by 1% as measured by Fourth Quarter Report Cards.
Students in grades TK-8 will continue to promote to the next grade level as measured by enrollment data.ents will be assessed using formative and summative assessments that are aligned to the CCSS.
Hire staff to provide extended day intervention classes for targeted students
Extended Day Intervention
$80,000 (Supplemental)
Provide study skills classes
$68,000 (Supplemental)

Provide summer school program to targeted students (ELL, Foster youth, Low Income).
$75,000 (Supplemental)
Summer School Curriculum
$17,000 (Supplemental)

TOSA to provide instructional support to teachers on strategies to support the learning of ELL, Low Income, and Foster Youth students.
$93,731 (Supplemental)

Provide stipends to teachers to act as Intervention Specialists at each site. These teachers will concentrate on ELL, RFEP, Foster Youth, and Low income students who need learning support.
$9,000 (Supplemental)

Create additional math intervention sections at the Jr. High for ELL, RFEP, Low Income, and Foster Youth students.
$22,580 (Supplemental)
Hire staff to provide extended day intervention classes for targeted students
Extended Day Intervention
$80,000 (Supplemental)
Provide study skills classes
$68,000 (Supplemental)

Provide summer school program to targeted students (ELL, Foster youth, Low Income).
$160,000 (Supplemental)
Summer School Curriculum
$30,000 (Supplemental)

TOSA to provide instructional support to teachers on strategies to support the learning of ELL, Low Income, and Foster Youth students.
$93,731 (Supplemental)

Provide stipends to teachers to act as Intervention Specialists at each site. These teachers will concentrate on ELL, RFEP, Foster Youth, and Low income students who need learning support.
$9,000 (Supplemental)

Create additional math intervention sections at the Jr. High for ELL, RFEP, Low Income, and Foster Youth students.
$40,000 (Supplemental)
Hire staff to provide extended day intervention classes for targeted students
Extended Day Intervention
$80,000 (Supplemental)
Provide study skills classes
$68,000 (Supplemental)

Provide summer school program to targeted students (ELL, Foster youth, Low Income).
$160,000 (Supplemental)
Summer School Curriculum
$30,000 (Supplemental)

TOSA to provide instructional support to teachers on strategies to support the learning of ELL, Low Income, and Foster Youth students.
$93,731 (Supplemental)

Provide stipends to teachers to act as Intervention Specialists at each site. These teachers will concentrate on ELL, RFEP, Foster Youth, and Low income students who need learning support.
$9,000 (Supplemental)

Create additional math intervention sections at the Jr. High for ELL, RFEP, Low Income, and Foster Youth students.
$40,000 (Supplemental)
2016 - 17 $0
    Attendance Stakeholders, including parents and students, will be engaged in supporting student learning. This includes increasing parent involvement in school decision-making, and pupil engagement with regards to attendance and maintaining a positive school climate. (Year 1)
Parent involvement will increase by 1% as measured by Parent Surveys and school/district related parent event sign-in sheets.
Pupil attendance will increase by 1% to 97% as measred by the District student information system (AERIES). Pupil chronic absenteeism rate will drop by 1% as measured by AERIES.
Pupil habitual truancy rate will remain below that the State rate of 29.28% and LA County rate of 34.32% and will improve by 1% as measured by the District student information system (AERIES).
The expulsion rate will be maintained at 0% and the suspension rate will remain below the State rate of 5.1% and the County rate of 3.5%, and will improve by.5% as measured by the District student information system (AERIES).
The dropout rate will remain at 0% as reported by CALPADS and DataQuest.
The promotion rate for students in grades K-4 will increase from 98.5% to 99%.
Pupil school safety/connectedness survey data will indicate that students continue to feel safe and connected to school.
Hire Parent outreach liaison to work with ELL, Foster, and Low Income families.
Parent Outreach Liaison
$27,650 (Supplemental)

Provide outreach support and counseling to targeted students (ELL, RFEP, Low Income, Foster Youth) at the Jr. High School.
Student outreach and counseling
$7,315 (Supplemental)
Hire Parent outreach liaison to work with ELL, Foster, and Low Income families.
Parent Outreach Liaison
$27,650 (Supplemental)

Provide outreach support and counseling to targeted students (ELL, RFEP, Low Income, Foster Youth) at the Jr. High School.
Student outreach and counseling
$7,315 (Supplemental)
Hire Parent outreach liaison to work with ELL, Foster, and Low Income families.
Parent Outreach Liaison
$27,650 (Supplemental)

Provide outreach support and counseling to targeted students (ELL, RFEP, Low Income, Foster Youth) at the Jr. High School.
Student outreach and counseling
$7,315 (Supplemental)