School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Pasadena
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Foster Care Systems will be established and implemented to identify foster youth, enroll them in school within 3 days and transfer all possible credits for high school students. Academic and student engagement results for foster youth will be comparable to other students. Identify base metrics to be used to designate effective services and success for Foster Youth and to implementation effective trainings in 14-15 and [sicÉ]

Accurate foster youth student counts. Number of days to enroll. Graduation rate, dropout rate, A-G completion.
Foster youth liaison has adequate time, knowledge, and resources to fully execute supports
$50,000 (Sup/Conc)

Establish procedures and data infrastructure necessary to support and monitor the enrollment, internal communications and tracing of Foster Youth
$0

Review current policies from other District and appropriate Ed Code regarding credit policies detailing method and practice for credit calculations
$3,000 (Sup/Conc)

Foster Youth will work with staff in CWAS and Families in Transition to review and establish policies
$0
Foster youth liaison has adequate time, knowledge, and resources to fully execute supports
$50,000 (Sup/Conc)

Establish procedures and data infrastructure necessary to support and monitor the enrollment, internal communications and tracing of Foster Youth
$0

Review current policies from other District and appropriate Ed Code regarding credit policies detailing method and practice for credit calculations
$3,000 (Sup/Conc)

Foster Youth will work with staff in CWAS and Families in Transition to review and establish policies
$0
Foster youth liaison has adequate time, knowledge, and resources to fully execute supports
$50,000 (Sup/Conc)

Establish procedures and data infrastructure necessary to support and monitor the enrollment, internal communications and tracing of Foster Youth
$0

Review current policies from other District and appropriate Ed Code regarding credit policies detailing method and practice for credit calculations
$3,000 (Sup/Conc)

Foster Youth will work with staff in CWAS and Families in Transition to review and establish policies
$0
 2014 - 15 $53,000 Attendance Students will be in school every day. Increase attendance by .5% each year and decrease chronic absenteeism by 1% Provide ongoing mental health counseling, medical and dental care for chronically absent students and families - Nurses.
$1,294,262 (Restricted/Grants)
Provide ongoing mental health counseling, medical and dental care for chronically absent students and families - Nurses.
$1,294,262 (Restricted/Grants)
Provide ongoing mental health counseling, medical and dental care for chronically absent students and families - Nurses.
$1,294,262 (Restricted/Grants)
2015 - 16 $53,000 Leveraging Opportunity Reduce number of student suspensions (in and out of school)
To continue to decrease expulsions.
Reduce the percentage of suspension (in and out of school) by 10% annually by implementation of effective alternative to suspension

Continue to decrease or eradicate all expellable offense on campus by 10% annually by implementation of effective alternative to suspension.

Review 360 Schools will be able to assess internalizing and externalizing student behaviors therefore matching early supports with identified student needs
$45,000 (Restricted)

Each school site will utilize a multi-tiered approach to identifying and remediating student behavioral challenges.
$20,000 (Restricted)
Note - Licesnsing to support all students.


Specialized staff that is appropriately credentialed and trained to provide socio-emotional support to our students; specifically our EL, FY, and African American students
$200,000 (Sup/Conc)

Review 360 Schools will be able to assess internalizing and externalizing student behaviors therefore matching early supports with identified student needs
$45,000 (Restricted)

Each school site will utilize a multi-tiered approach to identifying and remediating student behavioral challenges.
$20,000 (Restricted)
Note - Licesnsing to support all students.


Specialized staff that is appropriately credentialed and trained to provide socio-emotional support to our students; specifically our EL, FY, and African American students
$200,000 (Sup/Conc)

Review 360 Schools will be able to assess internalizing and externalizing student behaviors therefore matching early supports with identified student needs
$45,000 (Restricted)

Each school site will utilize a multi-tiered approach to identifying and remediating student behavioral challenges.
$20,000 (Restricted)
Note - Licesnsing to support all students.


Specialized staff that is appropriately credentialed and trained to provide socio-emotional support to our students; specifically our EL, FY, and African American students
$200,000 (Sup/Conc)
2016 - 17 $53,000 Leveraging Opportunity 100% of all High School students will graduate in four years (Year 1) Increase four-year graduation rate by 3% each year and decrease drop-out rate for high schools by 2% each and eliminate all middle school drop outs. Counselors and teachers will monitor student progress and counsel and collaborate with parents to ensure students stay on track
$0

Credit Reclamation
$500,000 (Sup/Conc)
Note - Increase the number of course offering and programs available for EL, FY and Low Income students to meet academic requirements for graduation.
Counselors and teachers will monitor student progress and counsel and collaborate with parents to ensure students stay on track
$0

Credit Reclamation
$500,000 (Sup/Conc)
Note - Increase the number of course offering and programs available for EL, FY and Low Income students to meet academic requirements for graduation.
Counselors and teachers will monitor student progress and counsel and collaborate with parents to ensure students stay on track
$0

Credit Reclamation
$500,000 (Sup/Conc)
Note - Increase the number of course offering and programs available for EL, FY and Low Income students to meet academic requirements for graduation.
    Leveraging Opportunity Increase the percentage of all High School students, including identified sub-groups who graduate with a post-secondary plan and are college and career ready (Year 1) Using baseline 13-14 data of 40% students meeting A-G UC/CSU requirements increase by 10% resulting in 50%

Increase participation on EAP of students meeting the eligibility criteria by 10%

Increase performance n EAP in both math and ELA by 10%

Percent of compelted Post-Secondary plans increase to 20%
Small Group Instruction-High Schools
$16,931 (Sup/Conc)
Note - To support EL, RFEPS, FY and Low Income students in accessing and preparing for CAHSEE and internal measures
Small Group Instruction-High Schools
$16,931 (Sup/Conc)
Note - To support EL, RFEPS, FY and Low Income students in accessing and preparing for CAHSEE and internal measures
Small Group Instruction-High Schools
$16,931 (Sup/Conc)
Note - To support EL, RFEPS, FY and Low Income students in accessing and preparing for CAHSEE and internal measures
    Leveraging Opportunity Increased opportunities for parents and guardians to provide input on parent education topics and during various school functions. (Year 1) Establish baseline. (Year 2) Increase by 10% each year as measured by client survey the number of parent/guardians indicating they feel welcome and engaged with their school. Site level Community Assistants - primary resource for parents; provide outreach and assist with navigating the school system; training
$400,000 (Sup/Conc)

Specifically designed outreach to parents and guardians of unduplicated students
$100,000 (Sup/Conc)
Site level Community Assistants - primary resource for parents; provide outreach and assist with navigating the school system; training
$400,000 (Sup/Conc)

Specifically designed outreach to parents and guardians of unduplicated students
$100,000 (Sup/Conc)
Site level Community Assistants - primary resource for parents; provide outreach and assist with navigating the school system; training
$400,000 (Sup/Conc)

Specifically designed outreach to parents and guardians of unduplicated students
$100,000 (Sup/Conc)
    Leveraging Opportunity Increased student access to include EL students, Foster Youth, students with disabilities and low income students to rigorous courses such as honors, AP and IB (Year 1) Increase by 5%. (Year 2) Increase by 5% total enrollment in AP and by 10% in each identified sub-group. Training on AP courses and Instruction
$2,500 (Restricted)
Training on AP courses and Instruction
$2,500 (Restricted)
Training on AP courses and Instruction
$2,500 (Restricted)