School District Type of Goal Goals Metrics Funding 14-15 Funding 15-16 Funding 16-17
William S Hart Union High School
Dedicated Foster Care Funding Leveraging Opportunity Narrow the achievement gap in literacy and math between high and low performing subgroups 14-15 Metrics (with increases year-over-year in 15-16 & 16-17)
Increase in scores of identified subgroups by 5% of established baseline from 2013-14 as measured by performance data from SBACC, CAHSEE, CELDT, EL reclassification rates, and API scores
Note: does not specify the "identified subroups"
Ongoing intervention SPSA/CAHSEE: $312,000/$113,000 (General Fund) Ongoing intervention SPSA/CAHSEE: $312,000/$113,000 (General Fund) Ongoing intervention SPSA/CAHSEE: $312,000/$113,000 (General Fund)
2014-15 $95,000 Leveraging Opportunity Increase graduation rate and the number of students prepared for college and/or career  14-15 Metrics (with increases year-over-year in 15-16 & 16-17)
Increase graduation rate by 2%
Increase by 5% from 2013-14 school year the number of students completed A-G requirements, the number of students earning 3+ on AP exams, the number of students who qualify as college ready on the EAP, and the number of students enrolled in CTE/ROP courses
School counselors at all sites provide school/college/career guidance to all students at all grade levels: $8,993,753 Purchase and provide NAVIANCE as counseling tool to support 10-year college/career plan; train staff, students, and parents: $100,000 (General Fund)
Provide College/CTE Administrator to facilitate student exposure to college/workforce readiness: $136,000 (General Fund)
Provide opportunity for students to enroll in vocational/career courses outside of the school day by funding district ROP with teachers/40 classes, 6 HS ROP Specialists, 1 ROP Coordinator and instructional materials: $1,150,000 (General Fund)
School counselors at all sites provide school/college/career guidance to all students at all grade levels: $8,993,753 Purchase and provide NAVIANCE as counseling tool to support 10-year college/career plan; train staff, students, and parents: $100,000 (General Fund)
Provide College/CTE Administrator to facilitate student exposure to college/workforce readiness: $136,000 (General Fund)
Provide opportunity for students to enroll in vocational/career courses outside of the school day by funding district ROP with teachers/40 classes, 6 HS ROP Specialists, 1 ROP Coordinator and instructional materials: $1,150,000 (General Fund)
School counselors at all sites provide school/college/career guidance to all students at all grade levels: $8,993,753 Purchase and provide NAVIANCE as counseling tool to support 10-year college/career plan; train staff, students, and parents: $100,000 (General Fund)
Provide College/CTE Administrator to facilitate student exposure to college/workforce readiness: $136,000 (General Fund)
Provide opportunity for students to enroll in vocational/career courses outside of the school day by funding district ROP with teachers/40 classes, 6 HS ROP Specialists, 1 ROP Coordinator and instructional materials: $1,150,000 (General Fund)
2015 - 16 $95,000 Leveraging Opportunity Decrease truancy rate, out of class and out of school disciplinary actions for disruption and defiance 14-15 Metrics (with increases year-over-year in 15-16 & 16-17)
Reduce truancy rate by 10% of baseline, decrease out of school suspenstion and expulsion for 48900(k) by 50% of baseline
Measured by student attendance rates, CDE annual report, JHS non-promotees and HS drop-out rates, site specific school climate surveys
Support ongoing A2A attendance program to assist schools in tracking and encouraging positive attendance: $106,000 (General Fund) Review and assess effectiveness
Note: unclear what this means, in terms of funding
Review and assess effectiveness
Note: unclear what this means, in terms of funding

2016 - 17 $95,000 Leveraging Opportunity Increase parent involvement at all sites Increase in parent involvement by 10% at each school site through support groups, workshops, and parent education
Measured by number of responses to parent survey and number of parents in attendance at meetings
Establish structures for parent partnerships and relevant site-specific needs and parent workshops, including trainings for parent understanding of high school graduation and college entrance requirements: $45,000 (General Fund) Ongoing costs
Note: unclear what this means, in terms of funding
Ongoing costs
Note: unclear what this means, in terms of funding
    Leveraging Opportunity For low-income pupils and foster youth, increase access to technology to enhance learning no specific metrics Distribute mobile devices to low income students: $720,000 (supplemental) Distribute mobile devices to low income students: $500,000 (supplemental) Distribute mobile devices to low income students: $500,000 (supplemental)
    Leveraging Opportunity For foster youth/low income pupils: support site staff with seek and serve of high risk students no specific metrics Increase CWA support with addition of 1 CWA-1 position for total of 3 CWA-1s: $230,000 (supplemental) Increase CWA support with addition of 1 CWA-1 position for total of 3 CWA-1s: $230,000 (supplemental) Increase CWA support with addition of 1 CWA-1 position for total of 3 CWA-1s: $230,000 (supplemental)
    Leveraging Opportunity Implement PBIS at 3 high schools no specific metrics Implement Capturing Kids Hearts, a PBIS program aimed at improving school climate by increasing attendance and reducing suspensions and expulsions: $167,500 (Title I carryover) Ongoing support: $5,000 (supplemental) Ongoing support: $5,000 (supplemental)