June 24, 2015 Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda Item #5 page 56 - 59 page 36.54 - 36.57
Increase the number of K-12 student offerings reflecting a broad range of course of study to ensure students are on track to graduate from high school college and career ready.
Measurable Outcome #1: Goal Not Met
The number of students completing A- G requirements will increase by 3%
A-G Completion rate declined from 53.1% to 52.5%
Measurable Outcome #2: Goal Met
Additional CTE Pathway will be integrated into course offerings.
Additional CTE pathways were expanded to include engineering and biotech
Measurable Outcome #3: Goal Not Met
95% of 8th grade students will complete Ready Step college readiness survey
Ready Step implementation was postponed for two years. Alternative measures for sophomores and juniors are being explored.
Measurable Outcome #4: Goal Not Met
EAP results will reflect a 3% increase over the prior year in students identified as "college ready"
English Language Arts (2013 College Ready) 23% + 3% = (2014 Goal) 26%
2013 "College Ready" 23%
2014 "College Ready" 25% (-1% Goal Not Met)
2013 "College Ready" 6%
2014 "College Ready" 3% (-3% Goal Not Met)
Summative High School Math
2013 "College Ready" 22%
2014 "College Ready" 17% (-5% Goal Not Met)
2013 "College Ready" 14%
2014 "College Ready" 10% (-4% Goal Not Met)
*LCAP has errors
Measurable Outcome #5: Goal Not Met
Baseline senior exit survey will be developed/conducted
Senior Exit Survey was not completed.
Measurable Outcome #6: Goal Not Met
Districts Arts plan will be updated
District Arts Plan is currently delayed pending the hiring of a VAPA coordinator.
Measurable Outcome #7: Goal Not Met
Increased participation in clubs, organizations and athletics at high schools.
Site data will be collected
Addition to LCAP Outcome #8
In 2013-2014, 3,990 students participated In Advanced : Placement (AP) testing. The pass rate was 78.3%
1. Supplemental Materials for Elective Classes
CUSD Budgeted $1,000 Books and Supplies - Supplemental Instructional Materials
CUSD purchased $1,000 in Supplemental Instructional Materials as planned
2. College Readiness and Support
CUSD budgeted $67,140 - Services and other Operating Expenditures Supplemental - AVID
CUSD fully implemented AVID participation, fee, training and college visit. The contract amount is for $45,240.00 for 12 sites. The Avid Contract August 12, 2015 Board of Trustees Meeting Agenda Item #36
3. Teen Parent Support
CUSD Budgeted $5,000 - Books & Supplies Supplemental - Child Care supplies
CUSD purchased $5,000 Child Care Supplies
4. Expanded Electives
Budgeted $120,000 - Certificated Salaries Supplemental - Additional sections to promote broad course of study
CUSD spent $38,454 - Certificated Salaries Supplemental - Additional sections to promote broad course of study
5. Support for CTE, VAPA and broad course of study
Budgeted $140,00 - Certificated Salaries Supplemental - Additional K-12 offerings to support CTE/VAPA and broad course of study
Did not implement VAPA/CTE - funding redirected to materials.
$100,000 Books and Supplies - purchased materials and equipment for elective and VAPA support
$63,977 Certificated Salaries - Additional K-12 offerings to support CTE/VAPA and broad course of study
If VAPA/CTE was not implemented why was $63,977 spent on Certificated Salaries?
CTE Career Technical Education:
VAPA- Visual and Performing Arts
Education Code 51050. The governing board of every school district shall enforce in its schools the courses of study and the use of textbooks and other instructional materials prescribed and adopted by the proper authority.
Education Code Section 51210 (a) The adopted course of study for grades 1 to 6, inclusive, shall include instruction, beginning in grade 1 and continuing through grade 6, in the following areas of study:
(a)(5) visual and performing arts, including instruction in subjects of dance, music, theater, and visual arts, aimed at the development of aesthetic appreciation and skills of creative expression
Education Code Section 51220 The adopted course of study for grades 7 to 12, inclusive, shall offer courses in the following areas of study:
(g) Visual and performing arts, including dance, music, theater, and visual arts, with emphasis upon development of aesthetic appreciation and the skills of creative expression.
Due to a lack of adequate funding most districts are no longer offering VAPA courses unless they are funded through donations and fundraising.