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					                   The Single Plan for Student Achievement



                             _____________________ SCHOOL


                            __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __
                                           CDS Code




                              Date of this revision: ______________


The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) is a plan of actions to raise the academic
performance of all students to the level of performance goals established under the California
Academic Performance Index. California Education Code sections 41507, 41572, and 64001
and the federal No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) require each school to consolidate all school
plans for programs funded through the School and Library Improvement Block Grant, the Pupil
Retention Block Grant, the Consolidated Application, and NCLB Program Improvement into the
Single Plan for Student Achievement.

For additional information on school programs and how you may become involved locally,
please contact the following person:


       Contact Person:

       Position:

       Telephone Number:

       Address:

       E-mail Address:



                ____________________________________________ School District



   The District Governing Board approved this revision of the School Plan on ____________.




Template for the Single Plan for Student Achievement
     Table 1: Academic Performance Index
                                                        ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE INDEX (API) DATA BY GROUPS

                                 All Students


                                                D             D                            D           D           D           D
                                                                               D
          API                                   i             i                            i           i           i           i
                                                                               i
                                      G         f         G   f            G           G   f       G   f       G   f       G   f
                                                                               f
                             B        r         f   B     r   f   B        r       B   r   f   B   r   f   B   r   f   B   r   f
                                                                               f
                             a        o         e   a     o   e   a        o       a   o   e   a   o   e   a   o   e   a   o   e
                                                                               e
                             s        w         r   s     w   r   s        w       s   w   r   s   w   r   s   w   r   s   w   r
                                                                               r
                             e        t         e   e     t   e   e        t       e   t   e   e   t   e   e   t   e   e   t   e
                                                                               e
                                      h         n         h   n            h           h   n       h   n       h   n       h   n
                                                                               n
                                                c             c                            c           c           c           c
                                                                               c
                                                e             e                            e           e           e           e
                                                                               e

      2006-2007

      2007-2008

      2008-2009


Conclusions indicated by the data:

1.

2.

3.




                                                                      2.
 Table 2: English-Language Arts Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
                                                ENGLISH-LANGUAGE ARTS PERFORMANCE DATA BY STUDENT GROUP
     AYP          All Students
 PROFICIENCY
    LEVEL                                        Y
                  Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr        Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr
                                                 r
                  1    2    3    1    2    3         2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3
                                                 1
Participation
    Rate
  Percent
At or Above
 Proficient

AYP Target

     Met AYP
     Criteria

Conclusions indicated by the data:
1.



2.



3.




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        Table 3: Mathematics Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
                                                            MATHEMATICS PERFORMANCE DATA BY STUDENT GROUP
                              All
AYP PROFICIENCY LEVEL      Students
                                                        Y
                          Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr       Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr
                                                        r
                          1    2    3    1    2    3        2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3
                                                        1
   Participation
       Rate
     Percent
   At or Above
    Proficient

   AYP Target

     Met AYP
     Criteria


   Conclusions indicated by the data:
   1.



   2.



   3.




                                                                           4.
(See Appendix A ) Table 4: STAR CST DATA for Language Arts
                 Table 5: STAR CST DATA for Mathematics

(See Appendix B) Table 6: STAR CST Mean Scale Score for Language Arts
                 Table 7: STAR CST Mean Scale Score for Mathematics




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Table 8: California English Language Development (CELDT) Data

                                         California English Language Development Test (CELDT) Results
      Grade
      Spans            Advanced        Early Advanced         Intermediate       Early Intermediate         Beginning            Number Tested

                   #              %     #           %        #           %         #           %        #               %              #

       *K-2

        3-5

        6-8

       9-12

       Total

Additional CELDT data for analysis:

Review skill areas (listening/speaking, reading, writing) to determine whether grade spans are performing at the same proficiency level in all
three areas. If there are gaps between skill areas, what conclusions might be made in regard to instructional design and curriculum?

 Conclusions indicated by the data:
 1.

 2.

 3.




*Grades K-1 are tested on listening/speaking only




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Table 9: Multi-Purpose Form

Academic, Demographic, Grade Span, or Program Area: ___________________________

                                                                   DATA BY __________________

 Level Achieved
                    Yr   Yr   Yr     Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr     Yr    Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr   Yr
                    1    2    3      1    2    3    1    2    3      1     2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3    1    2    3




Conclusions indicated by the data:
1.

2.

3.




                                                                      7.
Table 10: Demographic Data Summary
This table is for identifying the number and percent of students enrolled in the district or school since kindergarten or first grade. Knowing which
student groups have high or low numbers and percentages of continuous enrollment is helpful in determining program services. The table
represents a K-12 school but can be modified for any grade span configuration.

                       Students Continuously Enrolled Since Kindergarten or First Grade by Number (#) and Percent (%)
                                                                                                       Redesignated   Socioeconomi
  Grade                                       African-                                    English         -Fluent           c          Students
              All Groups         White                         Asian      Hispanic
                                             American                                  Learners (EL)      English     Disadvantage   w/Disabilities
                                                                                                         Proficient         d
              #       %      #           %   #      %      #             %               #      %       #      %       #      %       #        %

       K
       1
       2
       3
       4
       5
       6
       7
       8
       9
      10
      11
      12

 Conclusions indicated by the data:
 1.
 2.




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      Summary of Student Achievement and Demographic Data Analysis



1.



2.



3.



4.



5.



6.



Conclusions:




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Optional Inserts: School Vision, Mission Statements and School Profile

Analysis of Current Instructional Practice Planning Guide

The following statements are adapted from No Child Left Behind (NCLB), Title I, Part A and the
California Essential Program Components (EPCs). These statements may be used to discuss
and develop findings that characterize the instructional program at this school for students:
     Not meeting performance goals
     Meeting performance goals
     Exceeding performance goals

Schools should analyze current district and school policies, procedures and practices regarding
instructional practice for each of the questions below.

Standards, Assessment, and Accountability

1. Use of state and local assessments to modify instruction and improve student
   achievement
    What assessments are currently being utilized at this school?
    How frequently are students assessed?
    What evidence suggests that data from these assessments is used to modify instruction
      to improve student achievement?

2. Use of data to monitor student progress on curriculum-embedded assessments and
   modify instruction
    What curriculum-embedded assessments does the school use?
    To what degree are all teachers using curriculum-embedded assessment data to modify
      classroom instruction?
    How does curriculum-embedded assessment data modify classroom instruction?

(Additionally: **Title I Schoolwide Program Plan Components #1 and #8):
#1: A comprehensive needs assessment of the entire school.
#8: Measures to include teachers in decisions regarding the use of academic assessments.

Staffing and Professional Development

3. Status of meeting requirements for highly qualified staff
    What is the percentage and number of NCLB compliant teachers at your school?
    What is the district’s plan and timeline for your school to be staffed with fully
       credentialed/NCLB compliant teachers?
    Have the non-compliant teachers been notified of the requirements and the plan?...and
       is there documentation of such?
    If high school, to what degree does the district provide fully credentialed/NCLB compliant
       9th and 10th grade ELA, math, ELA/math intervention teachers?

(Additionally: **Title I Schoolwide Program Plan Components #3, #4, #5):
#3: (Instruction by highly qualified teachers) Embedded in the Staffing and Professional
       Development in #3 above.
#4: High Quality and ongoing professional development for teachers, principals, and
       paraprofessionals.
#5: Strategies to attract highly qualified teachers to high-need schools.

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4. Principals’ AB 75/430 training on State Board of Education adopted instructional
   materials
    Have the principal and/or vice principal participated in AB 75/430 Module 1 40-hour
       institute and the 40-hour practicum?
    What AB 430 trainings should the principal/vice principal still attend that would be
       appropriate to their assignment?

5. Sufficiency of credentialed teachers and teacher professional development in AB 472
    What is the number and percentage of teachers who are AB 472 trained in regard to
       their assignment, and specifically 9th/10th-grade ELA, Pre-algebra, algebra and
       ELA/mathematics intervention?
    What system is in place to analyze the credentialed staffing needs of the school?

6. Alignment of staff development to content standards, assessed student performance
   and professional needs
    Describe how professional development needs are determined and how they are met.
    Describe how student performance data impacts the plan for professional development.
    What is the process to ensure that professional development opportunities are research-
       based?

7. Ongoing instructional assistance and support for teachers (e.g., use of content
   experts and instructional coaches)
    What is the process for providing instructional assistance and support to all teachers of
      ELA and mathematics?
    In what manner and to what degree do ELA, mathematics and algebra teachers receive
      on-going support through school/district coaches or content experts?

8. Monthly teacher collaboration by grade level (*K-8) and department (9-12)
    How does the school/district facilitate and support teacher grade-level collaboration on a
     regular and frequent basis to focus on
       1) Use of curriculum-embedded assessments?
       2) Review of student data to strengthen implementation of the adopted ELA and
           mathematics programs?
       3) Review of student assessment data and the implications for instructional
         modifications?
       4) Instructional decisions and lesson-plan delivery?
    To what degree is collaborative planning and articulation utilized, both horizontally and
     vertically, to focus on standards-based instruction?

Teaching and Learning

9. Alignment of curriculum, instruction, and materials to content and performance
   standards
    Describe the process used to align curriculum, instruction, and materials.
    Describe the materials review process to ensure alignment with grade-level content
       standards.
    Describe the current level of implementation in classrooms and the on-going monitoring
       process.
    To what degree are standards addressed in all classrooms for all core content areas?




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      What is the current level of teacher knowledge of grade-level or course-specific
       standards?
      Describe the degree to which lesson objectives are currently aligned to grade-level or
       course-specific standards in all classrooms.
      Describe the monitoring process that is in place to ensure that all lesson objectives and
       classroom instruction are standards-aligned.

10. Adherence to recommended instructional minutes for ELA and mathematics (K-8)
    What is the process to ensure that the school/district complies with and monitors the
      required instructional time for the adopted programs for ELA and mathematics?
    To what degree is this time given priority and protected from interruptions?

11. Lesson pacing schedule (K-8) and master schedule flexibility (9-12) for sufficient
     numbers of intervention courses
   (K-8):
    To what degree does the school/district prepare and distribute an annual
       district/schoolwide pacing schedule for each grade level for the ELA and mathematics
       programs?
    What is the structure and content of your ELA and mathematics pacing schedules?
    What is the process for modifying the ELA and mathematics pacing schedules?
    How is the implementation of the ELA and mathematics pacing schedules monitored in
       classrooms at your school?
   (9-12):
    Describe the intervention programs offered as a separate, extended-period class, for all
       students requiring intensive intervention in ELA and mathematics to enable them to pass
       the CAHSEE.
    How does your school ensure that all students are provided access to the ELA and
       mathematics courses and instruction that they need to master the ELA, Algebra I and
       mathematics skills tested on the CAHSEE?
    Do your ELA and mathematics pacing schedules include information on when each
       lesson is expected to be taught and the sequence of content instruction?
    How do you monitor the implementation of the ELA and mathematics course pacing
       schedules to ensure that they are used by all (ELA and mathematics) teachers?

(Additionally: **Title I Schoolwide Program Plan Component #9)
#9: Effective, timely assistance for students who experience difficulty in attaining the proficient or
     advanced level of the academic content standards.

12. Availability of standards-based instructional materials appropriate to all student
     groups
    List core materials in all subject areas for all student groups.
    Describe how any lack of instructional materials is being addressed.
    Describe the student performance data analysis review process that is used to identify
       specific student instructional needs, including all significant subgroups.
    Describe the process to determine need for standards-aligned supplementary materials
       to meet identified student instructional needs and/or address gaps in core materials.
    List supplemental materials provided to meet identified student needs.

(Additionally: **Title I Schoolwide Program Plan Component #2(a) )
#2 (a): Provide opportunities for all children to meet the state’s proficient and advanced levels of
         student achievement.


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13. Use of SBE-adopted and standards-aligned materials, including intervention
      materials, and for high school students, access to standards-aligned core courses
(K-8):
     What evidence do you have that board-adopted ELA and mathematics materials are in
        daily use in all of your classrooms?
     What evidence do you have that board-adopted ELA and mathematics intervention
        materials are in daily use for all identified students?
(9-12):
     Describe the degree to which the school/district provides state standards-aligned
        textbooks for all students enrolled in 9th and 10th-grade ELA, as well as all students
        enrolled in remedial mathematics or Algebra 1 courses.

(Additionally: **Title I Schoolwide Program Plan Components #2 (e), where appropriate.)
#2(e): Address whether the school’s intervention plan is consistent with the state plan and any
         local improvement plans.

Opportunity and Equal Educational Access

14. Services provided by the regular program that enable underperforming students to
     meet standards
    Describe the criteria that the school uses to define “underperforming”.
    Describe specific services provided, materials used and the grouping process/strategies
      in place for service delivery.
    List personnel (by position) providing services to underperforming students.

(Additionally: **Title I Schoolwide Program Plan Components #2 ( c), (d), (e), where appropriate.)
#2 (c): Address the needs of all children in the school, especially those of low achieving children
          and those at risk of not meeting the state academic content standards.
#2(d): Address how the school will determine if such needs have been met.
#2(e): Address whether the school’s intervention plan is consistent with the state plan and any
          local improvement plans.

15. Research-based educational practices to raise student achievement at this school
    Describe the research-based educational practices in place at this school (i.e. explicit
      direct instruction, teacher collaboration, standards-based curriculum, bench mark
      assessments, use of graphic organizers, etc.)
    Describe the degree of implementation of the research-based educational practices.
    How does the school/district monitor the implementation of research-based practices to
      ensure that they are in regular use in all classrooms?

(Additionally: **Title I Schoolwide Program Plan Component #2(b):
#2(b): Use of effective methods and instructional strategies based on scientific research.

INVOLVEMENT

16. Resources available from family, school, district, and community to assist under-
     performing students
    What family resources are available to assist underperforming students, focusing on
      parent participation and support of school programs?
    What school and district resources are available to assist underperforming students?
    What community resources are available to assist underperforming students?
    What resources are available to assist pre-school children, if applicable?

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(Additionally: **Title I Schoolwide Program Plan Component #6, & #7, if applicable):
#6: Strategies to increase parental involvement through means such as family literacy services.
#7: Plans for assisting preschool children in the transition from early childhood programs, such
      as Head Start, Even Start, Early Reading First, or a state-run preschool program, to local
      elementary programs.

17. Involvement of parents, community representatives, classroom teachers, other
     school personnel, and students in secondary schools, in the planning,
     implementation, and evaluation of consolidated application programs (5 EC CCR
     3932)
    Describe the School Site Council and advisory committee memberships and activities.
    Describe the monitoring and evaluation processes/activities related to the plan that
       determine the degree of program effectiveness.

Additionally, if applicable:
PI Plan Element #1: Significant consultation during the development of the plan, specifically with
parents, school staff, the LEA and outside experts.

PI Plan Element #6: Description of parent notification processes as required by law and strategies
to promote effective parental involvement at the school.

FUNDING

18. Services provided by categorical funds that enable underperforming students
    to meet standards
      Describe specific services provided, materials used, criteria for participation in each
       service, and the grouping process/strategies in place for service delivery by funding
       source.
      List personnel (by position) providing services to under-performing students.
      Include SES services.

(Additionally: **Title I Schoolwide Program Plan Components #2 ( c), (d), (e), where appropriate,
                 and #10.)
#2 (c): Address the needs of all children in the school, especially those of low achieving children
          and those at risk of not meeting the state academic content standards.
#2(d): Address how the school will determine if such needs have been met.
#2(e): Address whether the school’s intervention plan is consistent with the state plan and any
          local improvement plans.
#10: Coordination and integration of federal, state, and local services and programs, such as
         NCLB, violence prevention, voc. ed., Head Start, adult education, etc.)

19. Fiscal Support
    Identify funding sources for materials/personnel for each service provided.
    Provide a budget indicating planned expenditures by categorical program.




** Refer to the “Ten Components of a Title I Schoolwide Program Plan” Document for a complete
  description of requirements.


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                                      Summary of Findings



  I.   Summary of Findings from APS and DAS Data:

        A. Strengths of academic program:




        B. Areas of need in the academic program:




II.    Summary of Findings from Analysis of Current Educational Practice Data:

       A. Strengths of academic program:




       B. Areas of need in the academic program:




III.   Summary of Findings from Parent and Student Input:




IV. Overall Conclusions:




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FORM A: Planned Improvements in Student Performance
The school site council has analyzed the academic performance of all student groups and has considered the effectiveness of key elements of the
instructional program for students failing to meet API and AYP growth targets. As a result, it has adopted the following school goals, related actions, and
expenditures to raise the academic performance of student groups not meeting state standards:

 SCHOOL GOAL # __
 (Based on conclusions from Analysis of Program Components and Student Data pages)



 Student groups and grade levels to participate in this goal:                     Anticipated annual performance growth for each group:




 Means of evaluating progress toward this goal:                                   Group data to be collected to measure academic gains:




                                                     1                        2
           Actions to be Taken to Reach This Goal                  Start Date
                                                                                        Person                Proposed              Estimated         Funding
    Consider all appropriate dimensions (e.g., Teaching and        Completion
                                                                                      Responsible            Expenditures             Cost            Source
      Learning, Staffing and Professional Development)                Date




        1
            See Appendix B: Chart of Requirements for the SPSA for content required by each program or funding source supporting this goal.
        2
            List the date an action will be taken or will begin, and the date it will be completed.


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Form B: Centralized Support for Planned Improvements in Student Performance
The school site council has analyzed the planned program improvements and has adopted the following program support goals, related actions, and
expenditures to raise the academic performance of student groups not meeting state standards:



 SCHOOL GOAL # __
 (Based on conclusions from Analysis of Program Components and Student Data pages)



 Student groups and grade levels to participate in this goal:                   Anticipated annual performance growth for each group:




 Means of evaluating progress toward this goal:                                 Group data to be collected to measure academic gains:




                                                     3                     4
          Actions to be Taken to Reach This Goal                 Start Date
                                                                                                             Proposed          Estimated      Funding
   Consider all appropriate dimensions (e.g., Teaching and       Completion      Person Responsible
                                                                                                            Expenditures         Cost         Source
     Learning, Staffing and Professional Development)               Date




        3
            See Appendix B: Chart of Requirements for the SPSA for content required by each program or funding source supporting this goal.
        4
            List the date an action will be taken or will begin, and the date it will be completed.


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Form C: Programs Included in this Plan
Check the box for each state and federal categorical program in which the school
participates and, if applicable, enter amounts allocated. (The plan must describe the
activities to be conducted at the school for each of the state and federal categorical
program in which the school participates. If the school receives funding, then the plan
must include the proposed expenditures.)

 State Programs                                                            Allocation
       California School Age Families Education
       Purpose: Assist expectant and parenting students succeed in         $
       school.
       Economic Impact Aid/ State Compensatory Education
       Purpose: Help educationally disadvantaged students succeed in       $
       the regular program.
       Economic Impact Aid/ English Learner Program
       Purpose: Develop fluency in English and academic proficiency        $
       of English learners
       High Priority Schools Grant Program
                                                                           $
       Purpose: Assist schools in meeting academic growth targets.
       Instructional Time and Staff Development Reform
       Purpose: Train classroom personnel to improve student               $
       performance in core curriculum areas.
       Peer Assistance and Review
                                                                           $
       Purpose: Assist teachers through coaching and mentoring.

       Pupil Retention Block Grant
                                                                           $
       Purpose: Prevent students from dropping out of school.

       School and Library Improvement Program Block Grant
                                                                           $
       Purpose: Improve library and other school programs.

       School Safety and Violence Prevention Act
                                                                           $
       Purpose: Increase school safety.

       Tobacco-Use Prevention Education
                                                                           $
       Purpose: Eliminate tobacco use among students.

       List and Describe Other State or Local funds (e.g., Gifted and      $
       Talented Education)



         Total amount of state categorical funds allocated to this school $




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Federal Programs under No Child Left Behind (NCLB)                             Allocation
        Title I, Neglected
        Purpose: Supplement instruction for children abandoned, abused,        $
        or neglected who have been placed in an institution
        Title I, Part D: Delinquent
                                                                               $
        Purpose: Supplement instruction for delinquent youth
        Title I, Part A: Schoolwide Program
        Purpose: Upgrade the entire educational program of eligible            $
        schools in high poverty areas
        Title I, Part A: Targeted Assistance Program
        Purpose: Help educationally disadvantaged students in eligible         $
        schools achieve grade level proficiency
        Title I, Part A: Program Improvement
        Purpose: Assist Title I schools that have failed to meet NCLB
                                                                               $
        adequate yearly progress (AYP) targets for one or more identified
        student groups
        Title II, Part A: Teacher and Principal Training and Recruiting
        Purpose: Improve and increase the number of highly qualified           $
        teachers and principals
        Title II, Part D: Enhancing Education Through Technology
        Purpose: Support professional development and the use of               $
        technology
        Title III, Part A: Language Instruction for Limited-English-
        Proficient (LEP) Students
        Purpose: Supplement language instruction to help limited-English-      $
        proficient (LEP) students attain English proficiency and meet
        academic performance standards
        Title IV, Part A: Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities
        Purpose: Support learning environments that promote academic           $
        achievement
        Title V: Innovative Programs
        Purpose: Support educational improvement, library, media, and          $
        at-risk students
        Title VI, Part B: Rural Education Achievement
        Purpose: Provide flexibility in the use of NCLB funds to eligible      $
        LEAs

        Other Federal Funds (list and describe5)                               $


          Total amount of federal categorical funds allocated to this school $

       Total amount of state and federal categorical funds allocated to this
                                                                             $
                                                                    school

5
    For example, special education funds used in a School-Based Coordinated Program to serve
     students not identified as individuals with exceptional needs.


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Form D: School Site Council Membership

Education Code Section 64001(g) requires that the SPSA be reviewed and updated at
least annually, including proposed expenditures of funds allocated to the through the
Consolidated Application, by the school site council. The current make-up of the school
site council is as follows:6




                                                                                    Other School



                                                                                                   Community


                                                                                                                Secondary
                                                                        Classroom




                                                                                                    Parent or
                                                            Principal




                                                                                                    Member
                                                                         Teacher
                  Names of Members




                                                                                                                 Student
                                                                                        Staff




Numbers of members of each category




6
    At elementary schools, the school site council must be constituted to ensure parity between (a)
    the principal, classroom teachers, and other school personnel, and (b) parents of students
    attending the school or other community members. Classroom teachers must comprise a
    majority of persons represented under section (a). At secondary schools there must be, in
    addition, equal numbers of parents or other community members selected by parents, and
    students. Members must be selected by their peer group.


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Form E: Recommendations and Assurances

The school site council recommends this school plan and proposed expenditures to the
district governing board for approval and assures the board of the following:

1. The school site council is correctly constituted and was formed in accordance with
   district governing board policy and state law.

2. The school site council reviewed its responsibilities under state law and district
   governing board policies, including those board policies relating to material changes
   in the school plan requiring board approval.

3. The school site council sought and considered all recommendations from the
   following groups or committees before adopting this plan (Check those that apply):

    ___ School Advisory Committee for State Compensatory Education Programs

    ___ English Learner Advisory Committee

    ___ Community Advisory Committee for Special Education Programs

    ___ Gifted and Talented Education Program Advisory Committee

    ___ Other (list)


4. The school site council reviewed the content requirements for school plans of
   programs included in this Single Plan for Student Achievement and believes all such
   content requirements have been met, including those found in district governing
   board policies and in the LEA Plan.

5. This school plan is based on a thorough analysis of student academic performance.
   The actions proposed herein form a sound, comprehensive, coordinated plan to
   reach stated school goals to improve student academic performance.

6. This school plan was adopted by the school site council at a public meeting on:
   _______.


Attested:

    _________________________                         _______________________         ________
    Typed name of school principal                    Signature of school principal   Date


    _________________________                         _______________________         ________
    Typed name of SSC chairperson                     Signature of SSC chairperson    Date



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APPENDIX A: Table 4 STAR CST Data for Language Arts
GRADE 2                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     40                        38                      42                            2
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     25                        24                      28                            3
             SWD                         19                        15                      16                            -3




Basic            ALL                     27                        31                      29                            2
BB + FBB         ALL                     33                        30                      28                            -5



GRADE 3                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     31                        30                      34                            3
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     12                        10                      12                            0
             SWD                         11                        12                      18                            7




Basic            ALL                     32                        36                      30                            -2
BB + FBB         ALL                     37                        35                      35                            -2



                                                                                                                                22
GRADE 4                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     43                        44                      51                            8
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     18                        15                      21                            3
             SWD                         13                        16                      23                            10




Basic            ALL                     31                        32                      28                            -3
BB + FBB         ALL                     27                        23                      22                            -5



GRADE 5                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     35                        37                      42                            7
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     10                         9                       9                            -1
             SWD                         7                          9                      15                            8




Basic            ALL                     35                        37                      33                            -2
BB + FBB         ALL                     31                        26                      25                            -6




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GRADE 6                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     32                        38                      43                            11
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     5                          8                       8                            3
             SWD                         5                          5                      11                            6




Basic            ALL                     33                        34                      33                            0
BB + FBB         ALL                     35                        28                      25                           -10



GRADE 7                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     38                        39                      44                            6
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     8                          7                       6                            -2
             SWD                         6                          6                       9                            3




Basic            ALL                     30                        28                      31                            1
BB + FBB         ALL                     33                        33                      25                            -8




                                                                                                                                24
GRADE 8                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     32                        36                      39                            7
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     3                          5                       4                            1
             SWD                         4                          5                       9                            5




Basic            ALL                     32                        32                      32                            0
BB + FBB         ALL                     35                        32                      29                            -6



GRADE 9                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     38                        51                      40                            2
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     5                          5                       5                            0
             SWD                         5                          4                       5                            0




Basic            ALL                     29                        29                      29                            0
BB + FBB         ALL                     32                        34                      31                            -1




                                                                                                                                25
GRADE 10                        2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                       %                          2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School   LEA    County   School   LEA    County   School     LEA      County
Proficient       ALL                     26                        33                      36                           10
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     1                          2                       3                            2
             SWD                         3                          3                       4                            1




Basic            ALL                     28                        30                      31                            3
BB + FBB         ALL                     46                        38                      32                           -14



GRADE 11                        2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                  %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School   LEA    County   School   LEA    County   School     LEA      County
Proficient       ALL                     26                        25                      29                            3
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     1                          1                       1                            0
             SWD                         2                          3                       4                            2




Basic            ALL                     23                        24                      24                            1
BB + FBB         ALL                     52                        51                      46                            -6




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APPENDIX A: Table 5 STAR CST Data for Mathematics
GRADE 2                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     49                        49                      54                            5
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     37                        36                      42                            5
             SWD                         28                        21                      28                            0




Basic            ALL                     25                        25                      23                            -2
BB + FBB         ALL                     26                        28                      24                            -2



GRADE 3                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     48                        50                      55                            7
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     33                        35                      39                            6
             SWD                         23                        27                      33                            10




Basic            ALL                     23                        25                      22                            -1
BB + FBB         ALL                     29                        25                      23                            -6



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GRADE 4                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     48                        49                      56                            8
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     33                        31                      36                            3
             SWD                         18                        20                      27                            9




Basic            ALL                     26                        26                      23                            -3
BB + FBB         ALL                     26                        24                      20                            -6



GRADE 5                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     38                        40                      47                            9
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     18                        18                      21                            3
             SWD                         10                        13                      18                            8




Basic            ALL                     25                        27                      23                            -2
BB + FBB         ALL                     38                        34                      30                            -8




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GRADE 6                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     32                        34                      38                            6
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     10                        10                      11                            1
             SWD                         6                          6                      12                            6




Basic            ALL                     31                        32                      28                            -3
BB + FBB         ALL                     37                        34                      33                            -4



GRADE 7                         2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                   %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level            School   LEA    County   School    LEA   County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient       ALL                     34                        34                      36                            2
     +
Advanced
                  EL                     12                         9                       6                            -6
             SWD                         6                          6                       7                            1




Basic            ALL                     29                        30                      32                            3
BB + FBB         ALL                     37                        36                      31                            -6




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GRADE 8 General Math          2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level          School   LEA    County   School   LEA    County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient    ALL                      19                        26                      23                            4
     +
Advanced
                EL                     5                         10                       9                            4
             SWD                       4                          5                       5                            1




Basic         ALL                      35                        28                      33                            -2
BB + FBB      ALL                      47                        45                      44                            -3



GRADE 8 Algebra               2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                 %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level          School   LEA    County   School   LEA    County   School   LEA    County   School      LEA     County
Proficient    ALL                      37                        41                      43                            6
     +
Advanced
                EL                     8                         14                      11                            3
             SWD                       15                        18                      13                            -2




Basic         ALL                      31                        31                      26                            -5
BB + FBB      ALL                      32                        28                      31                            -1




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GRADE 9 Algebra I             2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                 %                        %                        %                         2007-09
      Level          School    LEA   County   School    LEA   County   School    LEA   County   School      LEA     County
Proficient    ALL                      5                          5                      17                            12
     +
Advanced
               EL                      2                          3                       5                             3
             SWD                       1                          1                       8                             7




Basic         ALL                      20                        20                      25                             5
BB + FBB      ALL                      75                        74                      58                            -17



GRADE 10 Algebra I            2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                  %                        %                       %                          2007-09
      Level          School    LEA   County   School    LEA   County   School    LEA   County   School      LEA     County
Proficient    ALL                      4                          3                       7                             4
     +
Advanced
               EL                      1                          0                       3                             2
             SWD                       0                          1                       3                             3




Basic         ALL                      17                        15                      20                             3
BB + FBB      ALL                      79                        82                      73                            -6




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GRADE 11 Algebra I            2007                     2008                     2009                     Percent Difference
   Proficiency                  %                        %                       %                          2007-09
      Level          School    LEA   County   School    LEA   County   School    LEA   County   School      LEA     County
Proficient    ALL                      15                        17                       4                            -11
     +
Advanced
               EL                      3                          4                       1                            -2
             SWD                       2                          2                       1                            -1




Basic         ALL                      24                        24                      14                            -10
BB + FBB      ALL                      62                        58                      81                            19




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APPENDIX B: Table 6 Mean Scale Score Data for Language Arts
GRADE 2               School                          District                             Kern County
          2007   2008    2009   Difference   2007   2008       2009   Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                                2007-09                               2007-09                              2007-09
ALL                                                                                332.4   334.1   336.4     4.0
EL                                                                                 311.1   314.4   316.8     5.7
SWD                                                                                295.0   291.8   293.7     -1.3




GRADE 3
          2007   2008   2009    Difference   2007   2008     2009     Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                                2007-09                               2007-09                              2007-09
ALL                                                                                319.4   319.8   326.0      6.6
EL                                                                                 292.6   292.3   294.1      1.5
SWD                                                                                275.4   280.0   290.2     14.8




GRADE 4
          2007   2008   2009    Difference   2007   2008     2009     Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                                2007-09                               2007-09                              2007-09
ALL                                                                                339.5   342.7   350.2     10.7
EL                                                                                 309.9   308.8   313.6      3.7
SWD                                                                                292.9   296.3   306.6     13.7




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GRADE 5          School                              District                             Kern County
          2007   2008   2009   Difference   2007   2008       2009   Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                               2007-09                               2007-09                               007-09
ALL                                                                               329.8   333.4   340.2     10.4
EL                                                                                297.9   300.4   298.4      0.5
SWD                                                                               281.5   287.2   291.7     10.2




GRADE 6
          2007   2008   2009   Difference   2007   2008     2009     Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                               2007-09                               2007-09                              2007-09
ALL                                                                               325.2   332.6   339.2     14.0
EL                                                                                289.3   296.0   297.6      8.3
SWD                                                                               278.1   279.3   291.6     13.5




GRADE 7
          2007   2008   2009   Difference   2007   2008     2009     Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                               2007-09                               2007-09                              2007-09
ALL                                                                               329.5   333.0   339.8     10.3
EL                                                                                288.6   286.0   289.4      0.8
SWD                                                                               272.7   269.1   282.5      9.8




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GRADE 8           School                              District                        Kern County
          2007   2008    2009   Difference   2007   2008 2009    Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                                2007-09                          2007-09                              2007-09
ALL                                                                           326.0   328.8   334.9      8.9
EL                                                                            282.2   284.4   284.1      1.9
SWD                                                                           271.7   267.5   281.0      9.3




GRADE 9           School                              District                        Kern County
          2007   2008    2009   Difference   2007   2008 2009    Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                                2007-09                          2007-09                              2007-09
ALL                                                                           332.1   331.0   334.8      2.7
EL                                                                            285.5   287.9   289.0      3.5
SWD                                                                           273.2   273.6   274.3      1.1




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APPENDIX B: Table 7 Mean Scale Score Data for Mathematics
GRADE 2                 School                         District                              Kern County
          2007   2008     2009   Difference   2007    2008    2009   Difference   2007    2008     2009  Difference
                                 2007-09                             2007-09                             2007-09

ALL                                                                               349.1   350.2   356.5      7.4
EL                                                                                328.2   329.1   335.7      7.5
SWD                                                                               302.3   294.6   300.9      -1.4




GRADE 3
          2007   2008    2009    Difference   2007   2008    2009    Difference   2007    2008     2009   Difference
                                 2007-09                             2007-09                               007-09
ALL                                                                               348.9   355.7   366.1     17.2
EL                                                                                322.2   326.2   331.4      9.2
SWD                                                                               290.1   300.1   317.5     27.4




GRADE 4
          2007   2008    2009    Difference   2007   2008    2009    Difference   2007    2008     2009   Difference
                                 2007-09                             2007-09                               007-09
ALL                                                                               349.7   352.2   362.7     13.0
EL                                                                                326.0   322.7   328.9      2.9
SWD                                                                               295.4   299.4   311.1     15.7




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GRADE 5          School                              District                              Kern County
          2007   2008   2009   Difference   2007   2008       2009   Difference   2007     2008    2009    Difference
                               2007-09                               2007-09                                007-09
ALL                                                                               333.5    338.6   352.6     19.1
EL                                                                                298.3    302.1   303.8      5.5
SWD                                                                               268.9    280.4   289.9     21.0




GRADE 6
          2007   2008   2009   Difference   2007   2008     2009     Difference   2007     2008    2009    Difference
                               2007-09                               2007-09                               2007-09
ALL                                                                               325.5    330.6   335.8     10.3
EL                                                                                292.0    294.3   292.6      0.6
SWD                                                                                271.8   272.6   281.8     10.0




GRADE 7
          2007   2008   2009   Difference   2007   2008     2009     Difference   2007     2008    2009    Difference
                               2007-09                               2007-09                               2007-09
ALL                                                                               328.0    327.5   333.9      5.9
EL                                                                                292.1    290.2   291.1     -1.0
SWD                                                                               269.1    270.9   277.8      8.7




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GRADE 8
General Math       School                                District                             Kern County
         2007       2008    2009   Difference   2007   2008       2009   Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                                   2007-09                               2007-09                               007-09
ALL                                                                                   308.3   312.5   311.7      3.4
EL                                                                                    284.6   287.6   288.1      3.5
SWD                                                                                   269.5   264.8   267.7     -1.8




GRADE 8
Algebra 1
            2007   2008     2009   Difference   2007   2008     2009     Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                                   2007-09                               2007-09                              2007-09
ALL                                                                                   335.0   341.5   343.6      8.6
EL                                                                                    286.5   294.6   287.7      1.2
SWD                                                                                   283.6   298.3   284.3      0.7




GRADE 9
Algebra 1
            2007   2008     2009   Difference   2007   2008     2009     Difference   2007    2008    2009    Difference
                                   2007-09                               2007-09                              2007-09
ALL                                                                                   291.1   293.0   299.3      8.3
EL                                                                                    269.9   272.3   277.1      7.2
SWD                                                                                   261.2   262.9   269.5      8.3




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