School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
Redondo Beach
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Foster Care Improve student learning for all foster youth by development an Individual Learning Plan for each student. Course access & grades; Student Performance on CCSS aligned District benchmarks; Student achievement on standardized State assessments; Completion of Individual Learning Plans (ILPs) for each foster student. Parent trainings and contracted services for ILP development
$10,000 Supplemental
Parent trainings and contracted services for ILP development
$10,000 Supplemental
Parent trainings and contracted services for ILP development
$10,000 Supplemental
 2014 - 15 $10,000 Attendance Increase attendance for all students. (Years 1-3) Maintain an average daily attendance rate >95%

(Years 1-3) Decreasing percentage of chronic student absenteeism.
Communication with families, mailing attendance letters, School and District attendance supports: School Attendance Review Teams and School Attendance Review Board
$30,000 Base
$15,000 Supplemental
Communication with families, mailing attendance letters, School and District attendance supports: School Attendance Review Teams and School Attendance Review Board
$35,000 Base
$20,000 Supplemental
Communication with families, mailing attendance letters, School and District attendance supports: School Attendance Review Teams and School Attendance Review Board
Evaluation will determine estimated expenditures
2015 - 16 $10,000 Leveraging Opportunity Increase 4 year adjusted cohort graduation rates for all high school students, in particular students in targeted population subgroups, i.e. EL, socioeconomically disadvantaged, and foster. (Year 1) Increasing percentage of graduating seniors. (Year 2) Maintain a cohort graduation rate > 92% (Year 3) Maintain a cohort graduation rate > 93% Communication with families, college and career fairs, secondary school professional speaker series, mentoring partnerships with universities, college field trips, job shadowing and internship opportunities
$0
Communication with families, college and career fairs, secondary school professional speaker series, mentoring partnerships with universities, college field trips, job shadowing and internship opportunities
Evaluation will determine estimated expenditures
Communication with families, college and career fairs, secondary school professional speaker series, mentoring partnerships with universities, college field trips, job shadowing and internship opportunities
Evaluation will determine estimated expenditures
2016 - 17 $10,000 Leveraging Opportunity Decrease secondary school dropout rates for all students, in particular students in targeted population subgroups, i.e. EL, socioeconomically disadvantaged, and foster. (Year 1) Decreasing percentage of secondary school dropouts. (Year 2 & 3) Maintain <3% dropout rate for all students. Identify factors for student dropouts, investigate and develop an action plan to address dropouts
$0
Identify factors for student dropouts, investigate and develop an action plan to address dropouts
Evaluation will determine estimated expenditures
Identify factors for student dropouts, investigate and develop an action plan to address dropouts
Evaluation will determine estimated expenditures
    Leveraging Opportunity Increase college and career readiness of graduating seniors, in particular, students in targeted population subgroups, e.g. EL, socioeconomically disadvantaged, and foster. (Year1) Increasing percentage of all graduating seniors UC/CSU eligible; Increasing percentage of targeted subgroup graduating seniors UC/CSU eligible; Develop CCSS aligned ELA and math benchmarks; Each high school counselor reviewing A-G completion with inividual students Counselors monitor student access to A-G courses; Counselors receive professional development to increase their ability to support students, Special Education staff at schools and the District will receive PD on writing EP goals to A-G courses.
$75,000 Base
$100,000 Supplemental
Counselors monitor student access to A-G courses; Counselors receive professional development to increase their ability to support students, Special Education staff at schools and the District will receive PD on writing EP goals to A-G courses.
$100,000 Base
$125,000 Supplemental
Counselors monitor student access to A-G courses; Counselors receive professional development to increase their ability to support students, Special Education staff at schools and the District will receive PD on writing EP goals to A-G courses.
Evaluation will determine estimated expenditures.
    Leveraging Opportunity Parent involvement and input into applicable decision-making reflects the student population demographics of the district and/or the participating school. (Year 1) Schools audit parent involvement and participation; Develop annual parent surveys measuring involvement, engagement, and satisfaction
(Year 2) Increase percentage of parent involvement and participation in decision-making; Establish targets for parent survey results.
Develop parent training and learning opportunities to seek and increase parent involvement and input.
$0 LCFF
(Title I monies used to implement parent workshops)

Identify parent advisory committee volunteers int eh targeted student population demographics.
$0 LCFF
Develop parent training and learning opportunities to seek and increase parent involvement and input.
$5,000 Base
$5,000 Supplemental
(Title I monies used to implement parent workshops)

Identify parent advisory committee volunteers int eh targeted student population demographics.
$5,000 Base
$5,000 Supplemental 
Develop parent training and learning opportunities to seek and increase parent involvement and input.
$5,000 Base
$5,000 Supplemental
(Title I monies used to implement parent workshops)

Identify parent advisory committee volunteers int eh targeted student population demographics.
$5,000 Base
$5,000 Supplemental 
    Leveraging Opportunity Decrease suspension rates for all students.

Maintain low District expulsion rates.

RBUSD will successfully implement Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports (PBIS) in all schools.

(Year 1) Decreasing percentage of student suspensions for all students. (Year 2) A 5% decrease in student suspensions for all students. (Year 3) A 5% percent decrease in student suspensions for all students.

(Years 1-3) Maintain low expulsion rate.

(Year 1) Six schools piloting PBIS systems; 50% implementation (Year 2) All schools piloting PBIS systems; 100% implementation (Year 3) Alll schools continue to implement PBIS systems.
PD for school site staff on PBIS student systems, teacher and staff release time (if necessary)
$50,000 Base
$50,000 Supplemental
PD for school site staff on PBIS student systems, teacher and staff release time (if necessary)
$50,000 Base
$75,000 Supplemental
PD for school site staff on PBIS student systems, teacher and staff release time (if necessary)
$50,000 Base
$75,000 Supplemental