School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
San Marino
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Foster Care Increase in academic achievement for free and reduced price meal students, EL students, foster youth, Hispanic or Latino students, and students with disabilities.
Student achievement will continue to increase for all students and significant subgroups while closing the achievement gap for free and reduced price meal students, English Learners, and foster youth. All students will attain proficiency in the core content areas.

Increase efforts to promote parental participation in programs for free and reduced price meal students and foster youth.
Graduation rates for foster youth will increase by 2% if data is available.





No metric identified.
No Funding allocated.


Intervention Classes - Before and after school instruction and summer school support: $13,040
Note: 326 Unduplicated Count students at $40 per student instructional materials and resources



No Funding allocated.


Intervention Classes - Before and after school instruction and summer school support: $13,040
Note: 326 Unduplicated Count students at $40 per student instructional materials and resources



No Funding allocated.


Intervention Classes - Before and after school instruction and summer school support: $13,040
Note: 326 Unduplicated Count students at $40 per student instructional materials and resources



 2014 - 15 $0 Attendance Suspension rates will decrease by .20%.
No expulsions



All students will experience a sense of connectedness to their school through meaningful curriculum and extra-curricular activities. Student participation will increase in academic courses and extra-curricular activities, increasing the potential of higher attendance rates, less chronic truancy and absenteeism, higher passing rates, smaller high school dropout rate, and the maintenance or increase in the middle/high school(s) graduation rate. Schools will maintain safe physical and cultural environments for students and staff.
The rate of suspensions and expulsions is calculated by dividing the total number of incidents by the total enrollment x100. No expulsions were reported in 2012-2013.


Attendance records for attendance rates;
Survey responses to the Healthy Kids Survey to measure feelings of "meaningful" and "connectedness."
Year 1:
A.) 2% increase in the performance indicator on the Healthy Kids Survey will be reflected in the survey responses for "meaningful student participation" and "connectedness".

B.) Student attendance rate will increase .20% at each school site.
- Student absenteeism will decrease by .20% at each school site.
- Middle school dropout rate will be maintained at 0%.
- High school dropout rate will reduce by .20%.
-Student participation in VAPA, athletics, AP and honors courses will      increase by 1%.
-Maintain less than 1% truancy rate
Funding Source: General Fund
Expand Mental Health Support Services: $201,690
Elementary Counselor: $88,581
Note: New/additional Elementary Counselor salary and benefits
MS and HS Psychologists salaries and benefits

Attendance and Child Welfare Support: $7,129
Note: 2.5% of MS and HS Asst Principal salaries and benefits, Discipline salaries and benefits

Attendance Monitoring and Management: $13,584

Note:
Portion of MS and HS ASB Coordinators salaries and benefits
Funding Source: General Fund
Expand Mental Health Support Services: $201,690
Elementary Counselor: $88,581
Note: New/additional Elementary Counselor salary and benefits
MS and HS Psychologists salaries and benefits

Attendance and Child Welfare Support: $7,129
Note: 2.5% of MS and HS Asst Principal salaries and benefits, Discipline salaries and benefits

Attendance Monitoring and Management: $13,584

Note:
Portion of MS and HS ASB Coordinators salaries and benefits
Funding Source: General Fund
Expand Mental Health Support Services: $201,690
Elementary Counselor: $88,581
Note: New/additional Elementary Counselor salary and benefits
MS and HS Psychologists salaries and benefits

Attendance and Child Welfare Support: $7,129
Note: 2.5% of MS and HS Asst Principal salaries and benefits, Discipline salaries and benefits

Attendance Monitoring and Management: $13,584

Note:
Portion of MS and HS ASB Coordinators salaries and benefits
2015 - 16 $0 Leveraging Opportunity Student achievement will continue to increase for all students and significant subgroups while closing the achievement gap for free and reduced price meal students, English Learners, and foster youth. All students will attain proficiency in the core content areas.

 


















Enhance the counseling programs at each school site to ensure that all students' academic, personal, and career goals are addressed.

10th grade CAHSEE pass rates for students with disabilities will reach 71%.


1. Increase in college acceptance by Unduplicated Count Students (English learners, free and reduced price meal students and foster youth).
2. Percentage increase in students completing University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) entrance requirements.
3. Academic improvement indicated by less "D" and "F" grades on semester/trimester report cards.
4. Increase in "one-to-one" time by counselors with Sophomore students.
5. Increase of .20% in high school graduation rate.
6. Maintain 0% dropout rate a the middle school.
7. Increase of .20% in school attendance rate.
8. 5% decrease in the total amount of college applications submitted by individual students through more focused and effective college counseling advice and support.
9. Increased opportunities for student internships by 10%.
10. Decrease truancy rate by .05% at the high school.

Funding Source: General Fund
Supplemental Intervention Classes - Teachers to provide supplemental intervention and instructional support.: $14,560
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits

Funding Source: General Fund
$560,318 for : lower class sizes, Common Core benchmark assessments, professional development benchmark assessments, curriculum planning time, CAASP asessments, expand use of OARS.
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits

Funding Source: General Fund
Provide for Special Education Services and Support: $621,644
Note: SDC Teacher salaries and benefits

Funding Source: General Fund
Supplemental Intervention Classes - Teachers to provide supplemental intervention and instructional support.: $14,560
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits

Increase summer school offerings: $14,560
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits


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At-risk Counselor and Supplemental Support Services: $12,371
Funding Source: General Fund

Note: 10% of At-Risk Counselor salary and benefits
Funding Source: General Fund
Supplemental Intervention Classes - Teachers to provide supplemental intervention and instructional support.: $14,560
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits
Funding Source: General Fund
$560,318 for : lower class sizes, Common Core benchmark assessments, professional development benchmark assessments, curriculum planning time, CAASP asessments, expand use of OARS.
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits
Funding Source: General Fund
Provide for Special Education Services and Support: $621,644
Note: SDC Teacher salaries and benefits
Funding Source: General Fund
Supplemental Intervention Classes - Teachers to provide supplemental intervention and instructional support.: $14,560
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits
Increase summer school offerings: $14,560
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits
At-risk Counselor and Supplemental Support Services: $12,371
Funding Source: General Fund

Note: 10% of At-Risk Counselor salary and benefits
Funding Source: General Fund
Supplemental Intervention Classes - Teachers to provide supplemental intervention and instructional support.: $14,560
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits
Funding Source: General Fund
$560,318 for : lower class sizes, Common Core benchmark assessments, professional development benchmark assessments, curriculum planning time, CAASP asessments, expand use of OARS.
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits
Funding Source: General Fund
Provide for Special Education Services and Support: $621,644
Note: SDC Teacher salaries and benefits
Funding Source: General Fund
Supplemental Intervention Classes - Teachers to provide supplemental intervention and instructional support.: $14,560
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits
Increase summer school offerings: $14,560
Note: Teacher's salaries and benefits
At-risk Counselor and Supplemental Support Services: $12,371
Funding Source: General Fund

Note: 10% of At-Risk Counselor salary and benefits
2016 - 17 $0