School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Montebello
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Leveraging Opportunity 2: All students demonstrate proficiency at developmentally appropriate levels in English Language Arts(ELA) and Math. Metrics: DORA/ADAM, District benchmark assessments, Common Formative Assessments (CFAs), CELDT AMAO 3, Special Education referral rates and exiting rates, SBAC interim
assessments
Anticipated
Expenditures:
-Professional
Development, including
AVID
Funding:
-$328,000 LCFF
Anticipated
Expenditures:
-Professional
Development, including
AVID
Funding:
$500,000 LCFF
Anticipated
Expenditures:
-Professional
Development, including
AVID
Funding:
$500,000 LCFF
 2014 - 15 $0 Leveraging Opportunity 3A: Close the achievement gap for all English Learner student groups and assure that all students are achieving  English learners reclassification rates at sites and district level, Results of California English Language Development Test (CELDT), Annual Measurable Objectives (AMAO) 1, 2 and 3, Enrollment data that reflects the number of English Learners in A-G FUNDING:
Formerly EIA $6,400,000
LCFF
LCFF $500,000           -Provide support to
increase academic
achievement of at-risk
students, including low
income, English Learners,
and foster youth
FUNDING:
Formerly EIA $6,400,000
LCFF
LCFF $500,000          -Provide support to
increase academic
achievement of at-risk
students, including low
income, English Learners,
and foster youth
FUNDING:
Formerly EIA $6,400,000
LCFF
LCFF $500,000            -Provide support to
increase academic
achievement of at-risk
students, including low
income, English Learners,
and foster youth
2015 - 16 $0 Leveraging Opportunity All staff members engage in ongoing professional learning directed at meeting the needs of Els English Learner course placement are provided and refined, and monitored to assure access to appropriate secondary courses to assure college and career readiness for English Language Learners, Foster Youth, Low Income students Anticipated
Expenditures:
-Interventions
-Personnel
o SAA $475,000 LCFF
o TOSA $2,080,000
LCFF
o PD $82,500 LCFF
o Instructional
Supplies $217,500
LCFF
Anticipated
Expenditures:
-Interventions
-Personnel
o SAA $475,000 LCFF
o TOSA $2,080,000
LCFF
o PD $82,500 LCFF
o Instructional
Supplies $217,500
LCFF
Anticipated
Expenditures:
-Interventions
-Personnel
o SAA $475,000 LCFF
o TOSA $2,080,000 LCFF
o PD $82,500 LCFF
o Instructional Supplies
$217,500 LCFF
2016 - 17 $0 Leveraging Opportunity GOAL #2: MUSD will provide a healthy,physically and emotionally safe learning environment Stakeholder needs assessments, Maintain or lower current suspension rate of 3.2% district wide, Maintain current
expulsion rate at 0%, Maintain or raise current district attendance rate at 95.83%, Address and improve current district wide dropout rate of 6.8%, identify chronic absenteeism districtwide who equal to 8.1% of the student population, Increase graduation high school graduation rate currently at 87.3% for 2012-2013, California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS)
FUNDING:
LCFF $100,000
Nutritional Services
$300,000                      Youth Services Program funded
through Youth
Services State
Supplemental Grant
FUNDING:
LCFF $250,000
Nutritional Services
$300,000                       Youth Services Programfunded
through Youth
Services State
Supplemental Grant
FUNDING:
LCFF $250,000
Nutritional Services
$300,000                       Youth Services Program funded
through Youth
Services State
Supplemental Grant
    Leveraging Opportunity 1: District and all school sites will increase efforts at communicating with families, creating welcoming environments and engaging parents and students in the educational process. data collection of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                use of Tele-parent
-School Loop
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Websites
-Sign in sheets
FUNDING:
LCFF $50,000
FUNDING:
LCFF $150,000
FUNDING:
LCFF $250,000
    Leveraging Opportunity 2: Increase the percentage of parents who express satisfaction with their opportunities to participate in school decision making process as determined by surveys Audit all schools to determine parent participation in decision-making, provide all parents current information on LCAP, Increase parent participation by 10% during 2nd year, An additional 10% increase in parent participation and decision making. FUNDING:
LCFF $100,000
FUNDING:
LCFF $500,000
FUNDING:
LCFF $500,000
    Leveraging Opportunity 3: Increase educational opportunities to be able to assist their children with the learning process parent members in parent organizations (SSC,ELAC, DELAC,HSPC, MCPTA, PTA,CAC, GAC, District and site LCAP committees) FUNDING:
LCFF-Adult
Education
$12,000,000
LCFF $250,000
FUNDING:
LCFF-Adult
Education
$12,000,000
LCFF $250,000
FUNDING:
LCFF-Adult
Education
$12,000,000
LCFF $250,000
    Leveraging Opportunity Provide all students with a rigorous curriculum where instruction and assessments are aligned to Common Core State Standards. For low income pupils, English learners, and Foster Youth, schools were allocated funds based on number of free/reduced students to implement various program options such as extended learning opportunities; resources for teachers to monitor progress, attendance and behavioral data of targeted subgroups; provide direct and indirect interventions including tutoring or collaboration with social and community agencies; provide professional learning to all staff on targeted subgroups; monitor enrollment and articulation to feeder schools to provide stability for subgroups; provide support to increase academic achievement of subgroup students.  No specific metrics Allocation to schools for interventions and personnel: $26,904,977 Allocation to schools for interventions and personnel: $26,904,977 Allocation to schools for interventions and personnel: $26,904,977
    Foster Care Foster youth receive educational counseling from a Foster Youth Service Department and staff members with the skills, time, and training to carry out the responsibilities of the Foster Youth Services Department No specific metrics Youth Services Program funded through Youth Services State Supplemental Grant Youth Services Program funded through Youth Services State Supplemental Grant Youth Services Program funded through Youth Services State Supplemental Grant