School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Norwalk-La Mirada
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Attendance (Goal 1.1) Socio-emotional counseling, resources and support will be provided to identified TK-12 students (especially struggling students and long term English Learners) to ensure student successes in school and beyond. (Year 1) Decrease in the annual number of discipline referrals from 10% to 9%
Decrease in the number of annual suspension rate from 5.7% to 4.7%
Increase in attendance rate from 95% to 96%
Hire 17 mental health marriage and family masters degree-level interns for elemetary schools for 18 hours per week (0.17% or $213,846=Sup/Conc Grant)

Hire District Level Social Worker-certificated will be hired to coordinate the mental health program to support pupils and their families with social and academic issues (0.6% or $80,000=Sup/Conc Grant)
Maintain 17 mental health marriage and family masters degree-level interns for elemetary schools for 18 hours per week (0.17% or $213,846=Sup/Conc Grant)

Hire District Level Social Worker-certificated will be hired to coordinate the mental health program to support pupils and their families with social and academic issues (0.6% or $80,000=Sup/Conc Grant)
Add counselors for elementary schools to be shared at the 17 elementary schools (0.17% or $213,846=Sup/Conc Grant)

Hire District Level Social Worker-certificated will be hired to coordinate the mental health program to support pupils and their families with social and academic issues (0.6% or $80,000=Sup/Conc Grant)
 2014 - 15 $0 Leveraging Opportunity (Goal 1.0) Counseling and support services will be increased in all secondary schools to support the academic and social needs of students at risk academically and to help students become college and career ready. (Year 1) Increase graduation rate by 1% district-wide from 9#%-94%; Increase 10th Grade CAHSEE passing rates from 82% to 84% Hire 4 high school Career/At-Risk Counselors to support ELL and Low SE's and Foster Youth pupils and their families in their academic and social settings and work with families. (.33% or $430,686=Sup/Conc Grant) Hire 4 high school Career/At-Risk Counselors to support ELL and Low SE's and Foster Youth pupils and their families in their academic and social settings and work with families. (.33% or $430,686=Sup/Conc Grant) Hire 4 high school Career/At-Risk Counselors to support ELL and Low SE's and Foster Youth pupils and their families in their academic and social settings and work with families. (.33% or $430,686=Sup/Conc Grant)
2015 - 16 $0 Leveraging Opportunity (Goal 2.0) All students will graduate prepared for college and career and life having partipcated in rigorous standards-aligned courses, and linked learning career pathways and by demonstrating mastery of all content standards through having access to a variety of courses, and being provided with opportunities to develop interests, talents, and marketable skills. (Year 1) Increase in percent of students taking A-G courses from 40% to 42%
Increase the nuber of ELL (43%) and low SES students (55%) that have access to CTE pathways and VAPA (8%-ELL's and 9% Low SES) classes by 10% annually
Provide Summer School for Low SES, ELL, and Foster Youth Special Education students for intervention and common core standards mastery (0.81% or $1,046,964=Sup/Conc Grant)

Provide Saturday Academiesfor At-Risk Low SES, ELL and Fister Youth students to support them with mastering the math standards (0.6% or $71,398=Sup/Conc Grant)
Provide Summer School for Low SES, ELL, and Foster Youth Special Education students for intervention and common core standards mastery (0.81% or $1,046,964=Sup/Conc Grant)

Provide Saturday Academiesfor At-Risk Low SES, ELL and Fister Youth students to support them with mastering the math standards (0.6% or $71,398=Sup/Conc Grant)
Provide Summer School for Low SES, ELL, and Foster Youth Special Education students for intervention and common core standards mastery (0.81% or $1,046,964=Sup/Conc Grant)

Provide Saturday Academiesfor At-Risk Low SES, ELL and Fister Youth students to support them with mastering the math standards (0.6% or $71,398=Sup/Conc Grant)
2016 - 17 $0 Leveraging Opportunity (Goal 3.0) Ensure all teachers are prepared to help all students (including newcomer and long-term EL's, and Foster Youth) to master all content standards necessary for studnets' successful high school completion and preparation for college and career. Increase opportunities for collaboration, training and planning time for CCSS, new math and EL adoption materials and technology use for SBAC and instruction as measured by 5% survey data Focus the work of the Common Core, Technology, VAPA and Assessment coaches to provide data, training, and instructional support for ELL, Low SES and Foster Youth students (0.46% or $594,340=Sup/Conc Grant) Focus the work of the Common Core, Technology, VAPA and Assessment coaches to provide data, training, and instructional support for ELL, Low SES and Foster Youth students (0.46% or $594,340=Sup/Conc Grant) Focus the work of the Common Core, Technology, VAPA and Assessment coaches to provide data, training, and instructional support for ELL, Low SES and Foster Youth students (0.46% or $594,340=Sup/Conc Grant)
    Leveraging Opportunity (Goal 5) Provide a variety of learning supports including differentiated instruction and academic and socio-emotional tiered interventions as needed. (Year 1) Increase the number of students scoring proficient state assessents in ELA from 56% to 57% Sites will use their Supplemental/Concentration grant funds to support ELL, Low SES and Foster Youth students per the SPSA (1.88% or $2,435,532=Sup/Conc Grant) Sites will use their Supplemental/Concentration grant funds to support ELL, Low SES and Foster Youth students per the SPSA (1.88% or $2,435,532=Sup/Conc Grant) Sites will use their Supplemental/Concentration grant funds to support ELL, Low SES and Foster Youth students per the SPSA (1.88% or $2,435,532=Sup/Conc Grant)
    Leveraging Opportunity (Goal 6.1) All schools will become safer, more culturally competent environments where students learn social and emotioal skill to increase their engagement in learning. Provide training, materials, and support to Implement a positive behavior support system including conflict resolution and bullying prevention to ensure student success in schools. Provide PBS and MTSS training and Support to sites teams through Professional Development Materials and meeting costs ($28,417=Mental Health Grant) Provide PBS and MTSS training and Support to sites teams through Professional Development Materials and meeting costs ($28,417=Mental Health Grant) Provide PBS and MTSS training and Support to sites teams through Professional Development Materials and meeting costs ($28,417=Mental Health Grant)