School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Monrovia
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Leveraging Opportunity Goal 1.5: English fluency for English Language Learners (Els) Metric 1.5: Tools to measure English language fluency among ELs and reduction in LTELs include: CELDT scores,English learners making yearly progress
(AMAO 1),English learners attaining proficiency in English (AMAO 2), Reclassification rates, Grades at end of each
grading period
No funding identified  No funding identified No funding identified
 2014 - 15 $0 Foster Care Goal 1.6: Increase access to higher level courses. Metric 1.6: Tools to measure access to higher level courses include: Honors and AP offerings, Honors enrollment, Pre-AP and AP enrollment, A-G completion rates, EAP results, AP achievement AP Testing: $1,000
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Supplemental/Concentration                            Tutoring: $20,460
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Note:
Pro-Active Tutoring
Consultant (66%)
AVID Fees and Professional
Development: $20,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration                           Tutoring to support
increasing AP scores:
$10,360
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Supplemental/Concentration             
AP Testing: $1,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration                            Tutoring: $20,460
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Note:
Pro-Active Tutoring
Consultant (66%)
AVID Fees and Professional
Development: $20,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration                           Tutoring to support
increasing AP scores:
$10,360
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration             
AP Testing: $1,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration                            Tutoring: $20,460
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Note:
Pro-Active Tutoring
Consultant (66%)
AVID Fees and Professional
Development: $20,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration                           Tutoring to support
increasing AP scores:
$10,360
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration             
2015 - 16 $0 Leveraging Opportunity Goal 1.7: Intervention Support Metric 1.7: Tools to measure intervention support include: SRI scores, Credit recovery completion rate, Benchmarks, SBAC results, Dropout rates Instructional Materials,
Teachers, and
Administration: $10,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Instructional Materials,
Teachers, and
Administration: $10,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Instructional Materials,
Teachers, and
Administration: $10,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
2016 - 17 $0 Foster Care Goal 2.1: Third Grade Literacy: Students will demonstrate grade level proficiency in literacy with third grade performance. By the end of third grade, 75% or more of the students will meet reading targets by 2016-2017. The percentage of each applicable student subgroup meeting targets will increase by at least 5 percentage points each year. Metric 2.1: Measures of grade-level literacy proficiency include: Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI), ELA Benchmarks, SBAC Data, Performance Tasks The Family Literacy Program
Workshops: $5,000
Funding Source:
Title I
The Family Literacy Program
Workshops: $5,000
Funding Source:
Title I
The Family Literacy Program
Workshops: $5,000
Funding Source:
Title I
    Leveraging Opportunity Goal 2.2: Grade-level math performance improvement, 3rd grade. Increase the number of students who score Proficient or above in grade level mathematics on SBAC assessment by at least 5 percentage points each year  Metric 2.2: Tools to measure math literacy include: Math benchmarks, SBAC Data Performance Tasks. Professional Development:
$30,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Professional Development:
$30,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Professional Development:
$30,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
    Attendance Goal 3.1: The number of middle and high school students who are suspended/expelled at least once will be reduced each year by at least 10% and the number of elementary school students referred to the office because of discipline will be reduced by 10% each year. Metric 3.1: Tools to measure effective discipline protocols and practices include: Written protocols, Meeting agendas,minutes, and sign-in sheets, Log of meetings with students and parents, Counseling log in Aeries,CALPADS discipline data, Log and attendance sheets of group counseling sessions, Calendar of assemblies and/or classroom presentations and parent education meetings,Suspension/expulsion rates, student survey responses on school safety connectedness  PBIS Professional
Development, Training and
Presentations: $15,000
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Supplemental/Concentration
Psychologist: $28,684
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
PBIS Professional
Development, Training and
Presentations: $15,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Psychologist: $28,684
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
PBIS Professional
Development, Training and
Presentations: $15,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Psychologist: $28,684
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
    Foster Care Goal 3.2: Secondary students will have access to universal academic and personal/social counseling services that are equitable and consistent across the grade-span. Metric 3.2: Tools to measure universal access to academic and personal/social counseling include: Written plans, District/school counseling quarterly meeting agendas, minutes, and sign-in sheets, Log of meetings with students GPA, Graduation rates, Number of students in extracurricular activities, Log and attendance sheets of group counseling sessions, student survey responses to school safety and connectedness, Dropout rates, Attendance Rates, Chronic absenteeism rates  Professional Development:
$5,000
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Supplemental/Concentration                            College and Career Events:
$5,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Professional Development:
$5,000
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Supplemental/Concentration                            College and Career Events:
$5,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Professional Development:
$5,000
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Supplemental/Concentration                            College and Career Events:
$5,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
    Leveraging Opportunity Goal 3.3: Implement a Pre-K -12 college-going culture. Metric 3.3: Tools to measure college-going culture include: Written plans, Conference & Travel Forms for college-related conferences School counseling meeting agendas, minutes, and sign-in sheets, Log of meetings with students and parents, Percentage of pupils who have passed AP Exam with a score of 3 or higher, Percentage of pupils who participate in and demonstrate college preparedness pursuant to the Early Entrance Program(EAP), Percentage of 9-12 grade students in targeted subgroups completing A-G courses with a "C" or better Course selections and enrollment trends Extra Hours and Subs to develop and write plan: $3,000
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Supplemental/Conc ntration Implementation and software technology: $20,000
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Supplemental/Concentration Curriculum and instructional
materials: $5,000
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Supplemental/Concentration                                Professional Development:
$12,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Extra Hours and Subs to develop and write plan: $3,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Conc ntration Implementation and software technology: $20,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration Curriculum and instructional
materials: $5,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration                                Professional Development:
$12,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration
Extra Hours and Subs to develop and write plan: $3,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Conc ntration Implementation and software technology: $20,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration Curriculum and instructional
materials: $5,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration                                Professional Development:
$12,000
Funding Source:
Supplemental/Concentration