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					                                             Riverside Unified School District
                                           Single Plan for Student Achievement


                                                                     CDS#:      33          67215         3334406
School:       John W. North High                                               County       District   School (7 digit #)



Year:          2009-2010

School Address:
1550 Third St.                             Phone:      (951) 788-7311 x63201         Fax:     951.328-2581
              Street Address

Riverside, CA 92507-3404                   Principal: Dale Kinnear                   E-Mail: dkinnear@rusd.k12.ca.us
              City, State Zip


Date Approved by SSC:              November 17, 2009




Date Approved by Board of Education:              January 11, 2010

Please check each box that applies to your school:
[X] Non Title I
[ ] Title I School
[ ] TI Program Improvement Year - 1 [ ] 2 [ ] 3 [ ] 4 [ ] 5 [ ]




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                                                               TABLE OF CONTENTS

Site Information Page                                                                            1

Mission, Vision, Districtwide Agreement and Collective Commitments                               2

Section 1:         Analysis of Current Instructional Program                                   3-5

Section 2:         Ongoing Evaluation Reporting                                                  6

Section 3:         Smart Goals and Action Plans                                              7-15

Section 4:         Governance and Administration                                            16-19

                   Recommendations and Governance Assurance Page                                16

                   Members of the School Site Council                                           17

                   SSC Approval of School Plan and Budget (Agenda & Minutes)                    18

                   Programs and Grants                                                          19

Section 5:         Budgets                                                                  20-27

                   Budget Planning Staff List                                               20-25

                   Budget Planning Pages                                                        26

                   Centralized Services                                                         27

Appendix A:        School And Student Performance Data                                          28

Appendix B:        Chart Of Requirements For The Single Plan For Student Achievement        29-32

Appendix C:        Required Components Of A Program Improvement School Plan                     33




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                                                                    Mission/Vision
                                                                          &
                                                               Districtwide Agreement

RUSD Mission: The mission of the Riverside Unified School District is to educate a community of lifelong learners prepared for the demands of the 21st century by
forging a partnership with the community through which diversity is valued, limits are challenged, and excellence is rewarded.

                                                      School Mission, Vision & Collective Commitments

Date of Revision: 11/2/2009

MISSION (What is the purpose of our daily work?):
John W. North High School, established in 1965, is named after the founder of Riverside, John Wesley North. The school has a total enrollment of approximately
2,400 in grades 9-12, and North High School proudly accepts nearly 600 transfer students yearly.

North’s staff is committed to its vision statement that claims, “Students will develop their individuality by reaching their highest potential in a diverse society,
identifying their post-secondary goals and preparing them for successful lives.” North’s staff creates small learning communities within a safe, supportive
environment, which prepare students to meet the challenges of a diverse global society. This personalized high school experience improves student learner
outcomes, fosters mutual respect for others, recognizes personal excellence, promotes community and school involvement, utilizes technology, and instills a
commitment for a lifetime of learning.


VISION (Where do we want to be/what do we want to become in the future?):
John W. North High School students will develop their individuality by reaching their highest academic potential in a diverse society, identifying their post-
secondary goals, and preparing themselves for successful lives.

COLLECTIVE COMMITMENTS (What will all stakeholders commit to in the pursuit of our mission and vision?):
All stakeholders support the school mission and vision statements. Parent groups meet regularly including ELAC, School Site Council, PTSA, and booster
groups. These parent groups work in conjunction with students and staff. The staff communicates specific and relevant information to parents at 9th Grade Start
Night and Student/Parent Orientation, Back to School Night, College and Career Night, Financial Aid Night, Cash for College (FAFSA application workshops),
Husky Pride Night, Academy Parent Nights, Academy Steering Committee Meetings, IB Parent Nights, and AVID Parent Nights.

Staff receive professional development and release time to work on curriculum, pacing guides, common assessments, and to review student data. Students
complete the Pathways Program to learn and practice career skills. Teachers share their educational and career path with students, and students complete a
resume, personal letter of introduction, and application. Students review their academic profiles which aid in achievement and in setting personal goals for their
future.




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                                                Analysis of Current Instructional Program


                                                         Standards, Assessment and Accountability

Describe how you use state and local assessments to modify instruction and improve student achievement.
Site administrators, department chairs, and program coordinators review California Standards Test data at the beginning of the school year. From that
examination, they determine key areas to target for instruction. In addition, teachers review and adjust instruction based on data from district and site
assessments. At the end of each semester, subject matter teams compare grades with district assessment results. Students are placed in CAHSEE classes
based on their CST scores as freshmen, and upper classmen who have not passed the CAHSEE also take CAHSEE workshop classes.

Describe how you use data to monitor student progress on curriculum-embedded assessments and to modify instruction.
North's Professional Learning Communities/Subject matter teams meet and modify instruction based on student scores on district and site assessments.
DataDirector provides item analysis so teachers can focus on areas where reteaching or more emphasis needs to be placed. At the beginning of each new school
year, departments review data from district finals and CST results. Teachers are able to measure the performance of specific subjects and individual teachers in
the department against district and state averages.


                                                           Staffing and Professional Development

What percentage of teachers and paraprofessionals are NCLB compliant?
95.58% Teachers / 100% Paraprofessionals

Describe the leadership strategies used to increase the probability that highly qualified and effective teachers remain at your school.
The academic coaches in language arts, English Language Development, and math assist teachers with curriculum, instructional strategies, and assessments.
New teachers are assigned BTSA providers for assistance in all aspects of instruction. Site administrators evaluate teachers and provide support as needed.
Department chairs coordinate subject matter teams, develop agendas, provide materials, distribute and collect assessments, provide DataDirector data, and assist
all department members as needed. RUSD Instructional Services Specialists regularly observe classrooms, provide feedback to department chairs and
administrators, and plan and coordinate staff development. Teachers are encouraged to participate in staff development opportunities and during the weekly early
release days meet as members of subject matter teams or specialized groups (Vertical Honors teaming, SDAIE, Academies, AVID, and Special Education).

Describe how staff development is aligned to content standards, assessment of student performance and professional development needs.
Teachers voted to implement an early release schedule every Thursday in order for staff development to take place regularly. Subject matter teams meet and
review district pacing guides which align the textbook and instructional materials to the state standards. Subject matter teams review data and modify
instructional strategies and techniques as needed. Additional staff development opportunities are offered by district, county, and state instructional divisions.




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Describe how you will provide ongoing instructional assistance and support for teachers (e.g., use of instructional coaches and staff development
specialists).
Academic coaches meet with department members, observe teachers, and model lessons for teachers. Academic coaches and department chairs have been able
to visit other sites and do Classroom Walk-Throughs (CWT's) with district and site administrators to norm this process. Staff development specialists provide
support through staff development inservices and make site visits to provide feedback to teachers. Classroom Walk Throughs (CWT's) are conducted regularly to
assess student engagement, appropriate objectives aligned to grade level standards, and instructional strategies. Teachers review data collected during these
visits which aids in identifying further staff development needs.

Describe your teacher collaboration process by grade level or department.
Teachers voted in the spring of 2009 to hold early release schedules every Thursday throughout the 2009-2010 school year. Teachers work in subject matter
teams to review data, pacing guides, and share/discuss instructional strategies. Subject matter teams also attend meetings wherein all high schools, and
sometimes middle schools, engage in district wide collaboration. Members of the English department are released twice yearly to grade district writing
assessments at each grade level. Adminstration also provides on-site release time for core subject teachers to collaborate.


                                                                     Teaching and Learning

Describe how you ensure that all standards-based instructional materials are available to all students.
Williams Act is adhered to. As a standards based district, we are using state standards-aligned textbooks and instructional materials.

Describe how curriculum, instruction and materials are aligned to content and performance standards.
As a standards-based district, we are using state standards-aligned textbooks and instructional materials. Teachers are implementing the district pacing guides
which align the textbook and instructional materials to the state standards. CST data is reviewed to determine next steps in planning.

                                                           Opportunity for Equal Educational Access

Describe the services that are provided by the base program that enable underperforming students to meet standards.
North High School has increased the number of course offerings that provide specialized instruction to underperforming students. Students who do not pass the
CAHSEE in 10th grade are placed in one of our math and/or English Language-Arts CAHSEE prep classes which are offered through the senior year. After-school
and Saturday interventions, such as additional CAHSEE support classes and tutoring are also available. Students who score Basic, Below Basic and/or are
exiting the Language! reading program at RUSD middle schools may be placed in a 9th grade Strategic English Language Achievement (SELA) class to receive
continued support in reading and acquisition of academic skills necessary to pass their classes and the CAHSEE. The ELD program uses Read 180 program, an
intensive reading intervention program. This program addresses individual needs through adaptive instructional software, independent reading of high-interest
literature, and direct instruction in reading, writing and vocabulary skills that correlate to state English Language Arts standards. The North's master schedule
provides a number of course offerings and support classes, including SDAIE, ELD, Special Education, SFS, AVID, and Academies which offer structured,
specialized support to struggling students.

Describe the research-based educational practices that are used to raise student achievement.
Research based educational practices include Schlecty's engagement and design qualities, Marzano's Classroom Walk Throughs, and the use of Bloom's
Taxonomy to set higher performance expectations for all students. North High teachers strive for 85% engagement of students in all classes.




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Describe the transition strategies that are used to assist students entering Kindergarten/7th/9th grade.
The North staff organizes Husky Pride Day for 8th grade students, and Husky Pride Evening for their parents. These two events provide incoming 9th grade
students and parents the opportunity to become familiar with North's campus, staff, and activities prior to their 9th grade year. The orientation to North High School
includes sessions with student body leaders, counselors, administrators, club leaders, and athletics coaches. Club Membership Day presents an opportunity for
students to learn about and sign-up for the clubs on North's campus. The summer START program is a half day orientation held the week before school begins to
orient and prepare new students for the school year. Students receive information about the school's clubs and activities, and students receive a tour of the
campus. In the evening, students receive their schedules, check-out textbooks, take ID pictures, and have the opportunity to purchase PE clothes, yearbooks, and
ASB cards. Husky VIP's is a program that pairs freshmen with a student body leader to act as a big brother/sister. 9th grade only athletic teams are available for
football, girls basketball, boys basketball, and girls volleyball. Summer school health classes are offered on North's campus for some 9th grade students. This
affords students more leeway in their first year schedules, familarizes them with North's campus and staff, and gives them an opportunity to form friendships
before school starts.

                                                                            Involvement

Describe the strategies and services used to increase parental involvement/education that will support students in becoming proficient in grade level
standards.
The North website, marquee, school calendar, and mailings inform parents of ways they may get involved. ELAC, PTSA, SSC, and Academy Advisory
Committees all include parents as active members. They receive regular presentations on North's academic achievement, goals, and the parents' role in student
sucess. Counselors hold parent/student conferences with students that are deficient in credits or have not passed one or both parts of the California High School
Exit Exams (CAHSEE). Administrators and teachers meet with parents of English Learners to provide information about the CAHSEE and disseminate information
about the North's after school and Saturday intervention classes designed to prepare students for the exit exam.

Describe the involvement of parents, community representatives, classroom teachers, other school personnel and students (in secondary schools) in
the planning, implementation and evaluation of the Single Plan for Student Achievement.
All stakeholders have the opportunity to participate in SSC, PTSA, ELAC, and Academy Advisory Committees. Student achievement is often the main topic during
these meetings. Feedback is given to the principal, assistant principal of curriculum, and the CPS. Information regarding all aspects of the school plan is then
shared with SSC and department chairs. The SSC reviews the budget and school plan to approve these documents.

                                                                              Funding

Briefly describe the services that will be provided by categorical funds that enable underperforming students to meet content standards (Details are
provided in Action Plans).
The services and personnel provided by categorical funds for underperforming students include: a bilingual community aide who works with the EL counselor to
translate and make parent contacts in Spanish; academic coaches for language arts, math, and English Learners; CAHSEE support classes; Strategic English
Language Arts (SELA) classes which "frontload" ELA standards; teacher release time; and special programs such as Academies and AVID. All of these programs
and/or services address the needs of underperforming students and offer assistance in meeting content standards. In addition, tutoring is provided before and
after school on a set schedule. To assist students and help them organize their academics, the school provides each student with a school planner.




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                                                         Ongoing Evaluation Reporting


Describe how staff and School Site Council use data from the California Standards Tests (CSTs), the Academic Performance Index (API), and the
Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) index to evaluate schoolwide and subgroup academic achievement.
Data analysis and DataDirector are utilized to evaluate academic achievement. Teachers review their own student data and compare the data to other members
in their subject matter teams. Data analysis allows teachers to see which areas of emphasis need to be restructured and when reteaching is necessary.
Professional Learning Communities/Subject Matter Team meetings give teachers the opportunity to share teaching techniques and adjust lessons accordingly.
Academic coaches work with department members and model lessons for teachers. The entire school staff reviews API and AYP indexes to focus on areas of
greatest need. SSC is presented with the data and discusses/helps set schoolwide goals.

Describe how staff and School Site Council will evaluate the effectiveness of your plan on an ongoing basis.
The school plan is a collaborative effort by staff and SSC. The plan will be reviewed on an ongoing basis. SMART goals will be assessed and the timeline for
implementation will be monitored to verify whether goals are being met. Department chairs and academic coaches will assist administration in monitoring the
individual department SMART goals. SSC will have ongoing reports from administrators, department chairs, and academic coaches. Test data will be reviewed
to confirm whether the school plan is effective.

Describe how individual student assessment results will be shared with parents.
Individual student assessment results will be shared with parents through student profiles provided after the first quarter, first semester, and third quarter. These
profiles will include CST scores, credits earned toward graduation, grades, grade point averages, and attendance data. Counselors meet often with students and
parents who are underperforming.




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                                                                           English Language Arts

                  SMART Goals and Action Plan for Improved Performance                                                   Verification of SMART goals

                                                                                                                                   Date:
                                         SMART Goals                                                                (To be completed in the Fall of 2010)
                (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results Oriented, Time Bound)
                                                                                                                   English        Special
                                                                                                  Schoolwide      Learners      Education          Other         Other
Grade level/course: Honors Introduction to Literature-9th                                        [ ] Met       [ ] Met        [ ] Met         [ ] Met       [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
We will increase the percentage of students scoring Proficient and Advanced on the CST's by      [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
2%. No student will score Below Basic or Far Below Basic.
Grade level/course: Advanced Introduction to Literature-9th                                      [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
We will increase the percentage of students scoring Proficient and Advanced on the CST's by      [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
2% and decrease the percentage of students scoring Below Basic and Far Below Basic by 2%.
Our major emphasis this year will be Literary Response and Analysis and Writing Strategies.
Grade level/course: Honors World Literature-10th                                                 [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
We will increase the percentage of students scoring Proficient and Advanced on the CST's by      [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
2%. No students will score Below Basic or Far Below Basic.
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                               [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
Grade level/course: Advanced World Literature-10th
SMART Goal:                                                                                      [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
We will increase the percentage of students scoring Proficient and Advanced on the CST's by
2% and decrease the percentage of students scoring Below Basic and Far Below Basic by 2%.
Our major emphasis this year will be Literary Response and Analysis and Writing Strategies.
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                               [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
Grade level/course: Honors American Literature-11th
SMART Goal:                                                                                      [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
We will increase the percentage of students scoring Proficient or Advanced on the CST's by 2%.
No students will score Below Basic and Far Below Basic.
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                               [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
Grade level/course: Advanced American Literature - 11th
SMART Goal:                                                                                      [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
We will increase the percentage of students scoring Proficient and Advanced on the CST's by
2% and decrease the percentage of students scoring Below Basic and Far Below Basic by 2%.
Our major embpases this year will be Literary Response and Analysis and Writing Strategies.




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                                                                            English Language Arts

                  SMART Goals and Action Plan for Improved Performance                                                     Verification of SMART goals

                                                                                                                                    Date:
                                         SMART Goals                                                                  (To be completed in the Fall of 2010)
                (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results Oriented, Time Bound)
                                                                                                                     English       Special
                                                                                                   Schoolwide        Learners     Education          Other             Other
How will progress during the year be monitored?
A variety of methods including Classroom Walk-Throughs (CWT's), Coaching Observations, Common Site Assessments, and RUSD first semester assessments will be used to
monitor our progress throughout the year. Faculty and Administrators participating in CWT's will look for two-part objectives; explicit references to the objective throughout the
lesson; grade level standard alignment; and directly related instructional activities which use a variety of engagement strategies. Teachers will further monitor progress through
meetings in Subject Matter Teams and discussion of common data. Coaches (ELA and ELD) will provide on-going assistance with writing objectives, implementing engagement
strategies, integration of methods of Checking for Understanding, and utilizing lesson design elements which foster student engagement. They will also assist with ELD monitoring,
CAHSEE prep, and research on topics specifically directed toward classroom instruction (such as additional lessons for re-teaching standards or addressing items/clusters
identified as problematic on CST's) or direct assistance to students (CELDT testing, monitoring of student engagement, working with counselors and teachers on proper
placement).




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                                                                      Action Plan for English Language Arts
                        Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
     Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                      Start and           Proposed              Estimated       Funding
     Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,         Completion Dates      Expenditures             Cost          Sources
     engagement, differentiation, interventions
Intro to Literature:                                                                           8/09 to 6/10        Teacher Extra Duty    $2,100
                                                                                                                                                         EIA-SCE
All teachers will use Step Up to Writing, an integrated writing program, and Holt grammar                          Teacher Extra Duty    $4,200
warm-ups to support the writing and to prepare students for the Writing Strategies' portion                        (non-teaching)
of the CST's.                                                                                                                            $4,700
                                                                                                                   Teacher Substitutes
                                                                                                                                         $2,510
                                                                                                                   Supplies
                                                                                                                                         $15,521
                                                                                                                   Publications
                                                                                                                                         $37,895
                                                                                                                   ELA Coach
All teachers will use excerpted texts from the Interactive Reader to support the Holt          8/09 to 6/10        See above             See above
anthology readings and provide additonal scaffolding for ELD and SFS students. Holt                                                                      EIA-SCE
mastery tests will be given at the end of each unit and teachers will share data at subject                        EL Coach              $66,344
matter team meetings and discuss re-teaching strategies.
All teachers will prepare students for the CST assessments by: modeling and use of test-       8/09 to 6/10        See above             See above       See above
taking strategies such as academic language, "unpacking" a question or writing prompt,
skimming for answers, writing rubrics, peer editing, and revision skills.
All teachers will improve student engagement and support for ELD and SFS students by           8/09 to 6/10        See above             See above       See above
previewing vocabulary and using collaborative learning groups.
                                                                                                                   EL Coach              $66,344
All teachers will post grades frequently and use student portfolios to help students "take 8/09 to 6/10            See above             See above       See above
ownership" of their own learning.
All teaches will teach common lesson plans and activities jointly developed for: Romeo and 8/09 to 6/010           See above             See above       See above
Juliet, The Odyssey, and House on Mango Street.
World Literature:                                                                          8/09 to 6/10            See above             See above       See above

During the 3rd quarter to prepare students for the Literary Response and Analysis portion
of the CST and CAHSEE, all teaches will do common lesson plans for a poetry review unit,
Chapter 10 Drama, Julius Caesar, and Night.
All teachers will provide the following differentiation and support to increase student   8/09 to 6/10             See above             See above       See above
engagement and provide additional help for SFS and ELD students: collaborative learning
groups, Cornell or TM notes, graphic organizers, vocabulary preview, academic language,                            EL Coach              $66,344
a variety of writing assignments with graded feedback, frequently posted grades, and
portfolios for student work.
All teachers will provide the following preparation for the CAHSEE and CST assessments: 8/09 to 6/10               See above             See above       See above
Priority English warm-ups, modeling and use of test-taking skills and strategies such as
academic language, "unpacking" a question or writing prompt, and skimming for answers,
Holt Chapters 3, 4, and 5.


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                                                                       Action Plan for English Language Arts
                         Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
      Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                     Start and          Proposed             Estimated             Funding
      Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,        Completion Dates     Expenditures            Cost                Sources
      engagement, differentiation, interventions
All teachers will administer Holt's Review test at the end of each chapter to identify areas    8/09 to 6/10       See above          See above             See above
for reteaching. Results will be shared at subject matter team meetings.
All teachers will post daily, two-part objectives and check frequently for understanding        8/09 to 6/10       See above          See above             See above
using a variety of methods.
All teachers will provide scaffolding for ELD and SFS students by using graphic organizers      8/09 to 6/10       See above          See above             See above
for vocabulary and literary TM notes and through collaborative learning groups.
                                                                                                                   EL Coach           $66,344
All teachers will prepare students for the CST's by consistent use of academic language         8/09 to 6/10       See above          See above             See above
and test taking skills and strategies such as text preview, reading the questions first, and
skimming for answers.
All teachers will teach the Crucible and Of Mice and Men by sharing lesson plans and            8/09 to 6/10       See above          See above             See above
materials. The play and novel will be used to teach standards covering narrative choice,
character development, literary elements, features of literary genres, and the influence of
history and society on the authors.
All teachers will teach persuasive and reflective writing and use them to increase              8/09 to 6/10       See above          See above             See above
understanding of Writing Strategies' questions on the CST. Students will be taught how to
use a rubric to evaluate their own writing scores. Teachers will review graded writing with
students so they can understand the scoring placement of 1 through 4.
All teachers will administer Holt's Standards Review Test at the end of each unit to identify   8/09 to 6/10       See above          See above             See above
areas for reteaching. Teachers will discuss data at subject matter team meetings and/or
pull-out days.
All teachers will post grades frequently and require that students maintain a portfolio of      8/09 to 6/10       See above          See above             See above
written work to encourage student "ownership" of their class grade.
All teachers will provide recognition of student achievement by posting student work,           8/09 to 6/10       See above          See above             See above
recognizing contributions to class discussions, and other methods of acknowledging
students' performances.
Interventions specifically for underperforming students:
In addition to the above, teachers will differentiate instruction by -

SFS - Following individual students' IEP's
Allowing extended time for assignments and test-taking. Meeting 1 on 1 with students periodically to review their progress and provide academic interventions. Making
connections to prior knowledge.

ELD - Using choral response to scaffold vocabulary and instruction. Making connections to prior knowledge.




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                                                                          English Language Learners
                             SMART Goals and Action Plan for Improved Performance                                                                 Verification
                                                   SMART Goals                                                                                       Date:
                          (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results Oriented, Time Bound)                                             (To be completed in the Fall of 2010)
AMAO 1 (increase% of ELs making annual progress in learning English as measured by the CELDT)                                      [ ] Met
2009-10 Target = 53.1%
                                                                                                                                   [ ] Not Met
SMART Goal:
By the end of June 2010, 53.1% of North's English Learners will meet AMAO 1 by increasing one language level on the CELDT.
AMAO 2 (increase% of ELs attaining English proficiency on the CELDT)                                                               [ ] Met
2009-10 Target = 32.2%
                                                                                                                                   [ ] Not Met
SMART Goal:
By the end of June 2010, 32.2% of North's English Learners will meet AMAO 2 by scoring proficient or above of the CELDT.
AMAO 3 (increase% of ELs meeting AYP requirements for EL subgroup)                                                                 [ ] Met
2009-10 District Target = ELA 55.6% and Math 54.8%
                                                                                                                              [ ] Not Met
SMART Goal:
By the end of June 2010, 10th grade English Learners will meet the AYP goals for AMAO 3. To meet its APY and AMAO 3,
North's 10th grade English Learners will have a participation rate of 95% or higher on the CAHSEE; the percentage of English
Learners scoring proficient or better in English-Language Arts on the CAHSEE wil reach a minimum of 55.6%, and the percentage
of English Learners scoring proficient or better in mathematics on the CAHSEE will reach a minimum of 54.8%.
Long Term English Learners-5+ years in EL program (increase% of LTELs meeting reclassification criteria)                      [ ] Met

SMART Goal:                                                                                                                        [ ] Not Met
By the end of June 2010, the percentage of Long-Term English Learners meeting reclassification criteria will increase by 3%.
Reclassified Fluent English Proficient -R-FEP (maintain or increase% of R-FEPs proficient on CST)                                  [ ] Met

SMART Goal:                                                                                                                          [ ] Not Met
By June 2010, the percent of R-FEP's scoring Proficient or above on the CST in English-Language Arts will increase by 2%.
How will progress during the year be monitored?
The ELD coach will conduct planning conferences with SDAIE teachers prior to visiting SDAIE classes and conduct conferences following class visits. The conferences will focus
on effective instructional strategies for increasing learner engagement and incorporating academic language practice in all SDAIE content classes. As well, the conferences will
focus on teaching reading and writing skills in SDAIE language arts classes. The administration and academic coaches will conduct classroom walk-throughs in SDAIE classes,
collect data, and create reflective questions for SDAIE teachers to review. The ELD coach will train all Language Arts teachers in implementing the “Protocol for Ongoing
Monitoring of English Learners.” Teachers will then meet individually with each long-term English Learner twice during the year to review the student’s standing regarding
reclassification benchmarks. The English Learner counselor will schedule meetings to review academic records with students and parents.




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                                                                     Action Plan for English Language Learners
                         Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
      Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                   Start and           Proposed             Estimated        Funding
      Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,    Completion Dates        Expenditures            Cost           Sources
      engagement, differentiation, interventions
To prepare English Learners for the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE), the         8/09 to 6/10          CAHSEE EL            $7,000           EIA-SCE
administration will present information to ELAC on the importance of the CAHSEE. As well,                        Saturday Classes
the school will conducted Saturday workshop classes for a focused group of English                                                    $10,000/$2,100
Learners. The intent of the workshop classes is to provide students with the skills                              Teacher Extra Duty
necessary to pass the CAHSEE and to score proficient on the CAHSEE. The staff will                                                    $1,000
provide a meeting and dinner to inform parents of the CAHSEE intervention classes, and                           Incentives
will present awards for attendance. During the Saturday intervention classes, the students                                            $5,000
will receive breakfast, lunch, and awards for attendance and accomplishments.                                    Misc. Supplies
                                                                                                                                      $7,000
                                                                                                                 Clerical Peakload
The English Learner academic coach will review effective instructional strategies for   8/09 to 6/10             EL Coach             $66,344          EIA-SCE
increasing learner engagement and incorporating academic language practice in all SDAIE                                                                EIA-LEP
content classes. The English Learner academic coach will provide training for SDAIE                              Teacher Extra Duty   $10,000/$2,100
teachers to focus on reading and writing skills in SDAIE language arts classes.
                                                                                                                 Supplies             $3,152

                                                                                                                 Substitutes          $4,700/$4,00
Two community aides will assist with translating for the English Learner counselor. The         8/09 to 6/10     Community            $71,050          EIA-SCE
community aides will make phone calls home for teachers, translate information for                               Assistant                             EIA-LEP
parents, and provide a connection to the English Learner community to gather information                                              $7,000
about students' needs and parental concerns.                                                                     Clerical Peakload
The English Learner counselor will meet with students and parents to reveiw and monitor         8/09 to 6/10     Supplies             $3,152           EIA-SCE
academic placement. The counselor will reveiw and monitor long-term English Learners                                                                   EIA-LEP
and provide information about reclassification criteria. To encourage and support the                            Equipment - Tech     $13,592
reclassification of students, the staff will provide a dinner and awards ceremony for
students and parents.                                                                                            Supplies             $2,510

                                                                                                                 Clerical Peakload    $7,000
The ELD teacher will work with students to develop the skills needed to transition to regular 8/09 to 6/10       ELD Teacher          $66,344          EIA-SCE
education classes.                                                                                                                                     EIA-LEP
                                                                                                                 Equipment - Tech     $13,592

                                                                                                                 Supplies            $2,510
Teachers will receive training to administer the CELDT. The training and CELDT                  8/09 to 6/10     Teacher - Extra     $4,200            EIA-SCE
administration will help teachers understand the test, and the training will help teachers                       Duty (non-teaching)
have a better understanding of their students' skill level and abilities.
The school will purchase supplemental language support materials for students to use in         8/09 to 6/10     Supplies             $2,510/$3,152    EIA-SCE
their core academic SDAIE classes.                                                                                                                     EIA-LEP
The school will provide after school tutoring for English Learners. The tutoring will provide   8/09 to 6/10     Tutors               $10,800          EIA-SCE
support for English Learners who are struggling in their academic core classes.


2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                                   13 of 56                                                              12/17/2009
                                                                   Action Plan for English Language Learners
                        Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
     Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                    Start and        Proposed                     Estimated              Funding
     Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,     Completion Dates    Expenditures                     Cost                 Sources
     engagement, differentiation, interventions
To recognize the achievement of the English Learners and to provide motivation, North will 8/09 to 6/10      Incentives                   $1,000                EIA-SCE
implement a point system and award program. Students will receive points and prizes for                                                                         EIA-LEP
academic achievement, academic improvement, attendance, citizenship, and involvement.                        Supplies                     $2,510/$3,152
The school will purchase equipment to implement the Read 180 program to address            8/09 to 6/10      Equipment                    $20,000               EIA-SCE
individual student needs.                                                                                                                                       EIA-LEP
                                                                                                             Technology                   $3,400/$5,000
                                                                                                             Software and
                                                                                                             Supplies                     $13,592

                                                                                                                   Equipment
Interventions specifically for underperforming students:
The ELD coach will meet with SDAIE teachers to discuss effective instructional strategies for increasing learner engagement and incorporating academic language in all SDAIE
content classes. Teachers will communicate specific needs to the ELD coach, and the ELD coach will develop specific lessons for teachers that focus on differentiated instructional
strategies and specific skills. The administration and academic coaches will conduct classroom walk-throughs in SDAIE classes, collect data, and create reflective questions for
SDAIE teachers to review. The reflective questions will focus on learner engagement, checking for understanding, and differentiated instruction. Teachers will emphasize
vocabulary development to build a fundamental understanding for the EL students. The ELD coach will train all Language Arts teachers in implementing the “Protocol for Ongoing
Monitoring of English Learners.” Teachers will then meet individually with each long-term English Learner twice during the year to review the student’s standing regarding
reclassification benchmarks. The English Learner counselor will schedule meetings to review academic records with students and parents. The ELD teacher will use the Read 180
program to address individual student needs through adaptive instructional software, independent reading of high-interest literature, and direct instruction in reading, writing, and
vocabulary skills that correlate to state English-Language Arts standards.




2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                                14 of 56                                                                           12/17/2009
                                                                                   Mathematics

                  SMART Goals and Action Plan for Improved Performance                                                    Verification of SMART goals

                                                                                                                                    Date:
                                         SMART Goals                                                                 (To be completed in the Fall of 2010)
                (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results Oriented, Time Bound)
                                                                                                                    English        Special
                                                                                                   Schoolwide      Learners      Education          Other         Other
Grade level/course: Pre-Algebra 9/SDAIE Pre-Algebra 9                                             [ ] Met       [ ] Met        [ ] Met         [ ] Met       [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
By 2010, the percentage of students scoring Far Below Basic or Below Basic will decrease by       [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
2%, and the percentage of students scoring Proficient or above will increase by 2%. EL students
are included in these goals.
Grade level/course: Algebra                                                                       [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
By June 2010, the percentage of students scoring Far Below Basic or Below Basic will decrease     [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
by 3%, and the percentage of students scoring Proficient or above will increase by .05%. EL
students are included in these goals.
Grade level/course: Geometry                                                                      [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
By June 2010, the percentage of students scoring Far Below Basic or Below Basic on the CST's      [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
will decrease by 3%. The percentage of students increasing scores on the CST tests will be:
Basic 2%, Proficient 1%, and Advanced 1%. The percentage of EL students scoring Below Basic
and Far Below Basic will decrease by 5%. The number of EL stdudents scoring Basic will
increase by 1%.
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                                [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
Grade level/course: Algebra 2 Honors
SMART Goal:                                                                                       [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
By June 2010, the percentage of students scoring Far Below Basic or Below Basic will decrease
by 2%, and the percentage of students scoring Proficient will increase by 1%. The percentage of
EL students scoring Far Below Basic or Below Basic will decrease by 3%.
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                                [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
Grade level/course: Algebra 2
SMART Goal:                                                                                       [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
By June 2010, the percentage of students scoring Far Below Basic or Below Basic will decrease
by 2%, and the percentage of students scoring Proficient will increase by 1%. The percentage of
EL students scoring Far Below Basic or Below Basic will decrease by 3%.
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                                [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
Grade level/course: Pre-Calculus
SMART Goal:                                                                                       [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
By June 2010, 3% of the students will improve by at least one level, and 5% of EL studetns will
move at least one level.




2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                               15 of 56                                                                  12/17/2009
                                                                                   Mathematics

                  SMART Goals and Action Plan for Improved Performance                                                     Verification of SMART goals

                                                                                                                                       Date:
                                         SMART Goals                                                                    (To be completed in the Fall of 2010)
                (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results Oriented, Time Bound)
                                                                                                                       English        Special
                                                                                                   Schoolwide         Learners      Education          Other             Other
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                                [ ] Met          [ ] Met        [ ] Met         [ ] Met           [ ] Met
Grade level/course: Pre-Calculus Honors
SMART Goal:                                                                                          [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met       [ ] Not Met
By June 2010, 3% of students will improve by at least one level, and 5% of EL studetns will move
at least one level.
How will progress during the year be monitored?
The math department will use a variety of methods to monitor progress throughout the school year. Classroom walk-throughs, academic coaching observations, and common
assessment analysis will yield information for teachers to use to make instructional decisions and instructional modifications. The math department will analyze district
assessments to determine strengths and weaknesses and to determine areas that need re-teaching. Teachers will implement various methods to check for understanding
including the use of Promethean Boards/Activotes, tickets out the door, and individual student white boards. The implementation of CAHSEE warm-ups (CAHSEE practice) and
guided practice will provide added student support. The math department will continue to foster a collaborative nature through math department meetings and subject matter team
meetings. Advanced Placement tutors are now available after school four days a week to provide help for students in Algebra 2 through Calculus.




2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                               16 of 56                                                                          12/17/2009
                                                                             Action Plan for Mathematics
                       Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
    Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                      Start and           Proposed            Estimated       Funding
    Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,         Completion Dates      Expenditures           Cost          Sources
    engagement, differentiation, interventions
Algebra 1 and above will emphasize note-taking and the use of notes as a study tool.          2009-2010           Misc. Supplies      $5,000
                                                                                                                                                      EIA-SCE
                                                                                                                  Supplies (non-      $2,510
                                                                                                                  technology)
Use phone dialer to call home for students who are missing homework or need extra help.       2009-2010           See above           See above       See above

                                                                                                                  Clerical Peakload   $7,000
Math teachers will allow students to re-take tests after getting tutoring                     2008-2009           See above           See above       See above

                                                                                                                  Student Tutors      $21,600
Focus on engagement strategies together as a department, discuss effectiveness of each:       2009-2010           Misc. Supplies      $5,000
such as TPR, physical responses, ticket out the door, think pair-share, whiteboards, daily                                                            EIA-SCE
warm-ups, and cooperavtive learning.                                                                              Substitutes         $4,000

                                                                                                                  Instrucional        $4,300
                                                                                                                  Supplies
                                                                                                                                      $2,100
                                                                                                                  Teacher - Extra
                                                                                                                  Duty                $35,360

                                                                                                                  Math Coach
Tutoring - Huskies Helping Huskies                                                            2009-2010           Intervention        $11,888
English Learner Tutoring                                                                                          Specialist                          EIA-SCE
English Learner Mandatory Study Hall                                                                                                  $66,344
APIP Geometry and above                                                                                           EL Coach
                                                                                                                                      $35,360
                                                                                                                  Math Coach
                                                                                                                                      $10,800
                                                                                                                  Tutors
                                                                                                                                      $5,000
                                                                                                                  Misc. Supplies
The department will implement lessons for the students' Profile and Goals.                    2009-2010           Misc. Supplies      $5,000
                                                                                                                                                      EIA-SCE
                                                                                                                  Supplies (non-      $2,510
                                                                                                                  technology)




2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                                 17 of 56                                                               12/17/2009
                                                                          Action Plan for Mathematics
                       Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
    Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                        Start and          Proposed              Estimated             Funding
    Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,           Completion Dates     Expenditures             Cost                Sources
    engagement, differentiation, interventions
Pre-Calculus/Pre Calculus Honors: APIP Tutoring                                                 2009-2010           Teacher Substitutes $4,700
                                                                                                                                                              EIA-SCE
APIP Vertical Articulation Professional Development                                                                 Teacher Extra Duty   $2,100

Inclusion of released IB exam questions that match Pre-Calculus curriculum.                                         Supplies             $5,000

Inclusion of Calculus vocabulary and concepts that relate to Pre-Calculus standards (ie:
average rate of change)

High yield strategies - similarities/differences, compare/contrast
The math coach and EL academic coaches will conduct Classroom Walk-Throughs and                2009-2010             Math Coach and EL $35,360                    EIA-SCE
provide feedback to the teachers. The coaches will also meet with teachers and help                                  Coach                 $66,344
design lessons to meet the needs of all students.
Interventions specifically for underperforming students:
Department members mail home progress reports to parents. Department members develop mini lessons to review for CST's, quarter and semester exams, and the CAHSEE.
Teachers communicate class specific needs to math coach so that mini lessons can target specific areas in the textbook and on the CST & CAHSEE. Teachers encourage
students to attend lunch time tutoring and after-school tutoring program in the library. The abopted textbook series has a web site available for students to access material.
Teachers allow students to re-take tests after attending tutoring to get them to re-learn and master material. Math department teachers work with SFS teachers and aides to help
RSP students. Teachers emphasize vocabulary and test taking strategies especially for EL students. The phone dialer is used to notify parents of missing homework. EL
mandatory study hall is assigned to under performing EL students.




2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                                   18 of 56                                                                     12/17/2009
                                                                          Other: Special Education

                  SMART Goals and Action Plan for Improved Performance                                                   Verification of SMART goals

                                                                                                                                    Date:
                                         SMART Goals                                                                 (To be completed in the Fall of 2010)
                (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results Oriented, Time Bound)
                                                                                                                    English        Special
                                                                                                  Schoolwide       Learners      Education          Other             Other
Grade level/course: Special Education                                                            [ ] Met        [ ] Met        [ ] Met         [ ] Met           [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
The following SMART goal applies to students enrolled in special education Introduction to       [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met      [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met
Literature, World Literature, American Literature, English Literature, Pre Algebra, Algebra
Concepts, World History, US History, Government/Economics, Earth Science, Biology, Health,
and grade level/course English Literature (12th grade)

By the end of 2010, the percentage of students scoring Below Basic and Far Below Basic will
decrease by 3%. The percentage of students scoring Basic will increase by 3%.
How will progress during the year be monitored?
Teachers will monitor progress throughout the year by analyzing data from quarterly district assessments. Teachers will create and adminster standard-based assessments for the
specific subject area. Teachers will follow distrcit pacing guides, making adjustments to curriculum as necessary to meet students' needs.




2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                              19 of 56                                                                       12/17/2009
                                                                         Action Plan for Special Education
                       Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
    Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                     Start and               Proposed               Estimated               Funding
    Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,        Completion Dates          Expenditures              Cost                  Sources
    engagement, differentiation, interventions
Teachers will follow district pacing guides.                                                  8/09 to 6/10          Supplies (non-          $4,300/$2,510
                                                                                                                    technology)                                   EIA-SCE
                                                                                                                                            $5,000/$3,400
                                                                                                                    Supplies
                                                                                                                    (technology/software)
Teachers will post two-part daily objectives connecting lessons to standards.                 8/09 to 6/10          See above             See above               See above
Teachers will incorporate Bloom's Taxonomy in developing and implementing high yield          8/09 to 6/10          See above             See above               See above
teaching strategies.
Teachers will incorporate the use of technology to enhance lessons.                           8/09 to 6/10          See above               See above             See above
Teachers will attend training seminars and workshops to enhance instructional strategies      8/09 to 6/10          See above               See above             See above
and/or knowledge of curriculum (AVID training, TAH Lecture series).
                                                                                                                     Substitutes            $4,000/$4,700
Interventions specifically for underperforming students:
Classroom interventions will include peer tutoring, collaborative learning activities, extended time to complete assignments, tutoring by teachers, re-teaching opportunities to
master content standards, small group pull-out with instructional assistant, and test results feedback.




2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                                 20 of 56                                                                            12/17/2009
                                                                          Other: History/Social Studies
                                                                               [ ] Not Applicable

                  SMART Goals and Action Plan for Improved Performance                                                      Verification of SMART goals

                                                                                                                                      Date:
                                         SMART Goals                                                                   (To be completed in the Fall of 2010)
                (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results Oriented, Time Bound)
                                                                                                                      English        Special
                                                                                                    Schoolwide       Learners      Education          Other         Other
Grade level/course: 11th - U.S. History (Regular/Academy)                                          [ ] Met        [ ] Met        [ ] Met         [ ] Met       [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
By June 2010, the percentage of students scoring Proficient on the CST in U.S. History will        [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
increase 3%, and students scoring below proficiency will decrease 3% per performance band.

The percentage of LEP students scoring Proficient on the CST in U.S. History will increase 4%,
and LEP students scoring below proficiency will decrease 4% per performance band.

The percentage of EL students scoring Proficient on the CST in U.S. History will increase by 5%,
and EL stuents scroing below proficiency will decreae 5% per performance band.

The percentage of GATE students scoring Proficient on the CST in U.S. History will increase by
3%, GATE students scoring below proficiency will decrease by 3% per performance band.

The percentage of Special Ed. students (inclusive/mainstreamed) scoring Proficient on the CST
in U.S. History will increase 3%, and Special Ed students (inclusive) scoring below proficency will
decrease 3% per performance band (Far Below Basic to Basic)
Grade level/course: World History                                                                   [ ] Met       [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
By June 2010, the percentage of students scoring Proficient on the CST in World History will        [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met
increase 3%, and students scoring below proficiency will decrease 3% per performance band.

The percentage of LEP students scoring Proficient on the CST in World History will increase 4%,
and LEP students scoring below proficiency will decrease 4% per performance band.

The percentage of EL students scoring Proficient on the CST in World History will increase by
5%, and EL stuents scroing below proficiency will decreae 5% per performance band.

The percentage of GATE students scoring Proficient on the CST in World History will increase by
2%, and GATE students scoring below proficiency will decrease by 2% per performance band.

The percentage of Special Ed. students (mainstreamed) scoring Proficient on the CST in World
History will increase 3%, and Special Ed. students (mainstreamed) scoring below proficency will
decrease 3% per performance band.
Grade level/course:                                                                                [ ] Met        [ ] Met         [ ] Met        [ ] Met       [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
                                                                                                   [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met    [ ] Not Met   [ ] Not Met


2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                                21 of 56                                                                   12/17/2009
                                                                           Other: History/Social Studies
                                                                                [ ] Not Applicable

                  SMART Goals and Action Plan for Improved Performance                                                     Verification of SMART goals

                                                                                                                                    Date:
                                         SMART Goals                                                                  (To be completed in the Fall of 2010)
                (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results Oriented, Time Bound)
                                                                                                                     English       Special
                                                                                                   Schoolwide        Learners     Education          Other        Other
How will progress during the year be monitored?
Teachers will follow district pacing guides and make adjustments to the curriculum as necessary to meet students' needs.

Teachers will administer District Quarterly assessments measuring student mastery of content standards.

Teachers will analyze test data from district assessments, site assessments, and CST's to assess student progress.

Teachers will provide test prep materials leading up to the CST Exam in all 11th grade social studies classes.

To assist the language arts department, world histroy teachers will provide 10th grades students supplemental test prep for the CAHSEE.

Teachers will proctor exams monthly, keep in-class notebooks, proctor spot quizzes, and use regular essay writing to assess students mastery of subject matter.

Teachers will incorporate pacing guides provided by the college board, district, and site.




2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                                     22 of 56                                                             12/17/2009
                                                                       Action Plan for History/Social Studies
                                                                                 [ ] Not Applicable
                       Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
    Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                         Start and           Proposed                Estimated         Funding
    Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,            Completion Dates      Expenditures               Cost            Sources
    engagement, differentiation, interventions
Teachers will follow district pacing guides (making adjustments to the curriculum as             08/09 to 6/10       Supplies (non-          $4,300/$2,510
necessary) and administer district quarterly assessments.                                                            technology)                               EIA-SCE
                                                                                                                                             $5,000/$3,400
                                                                                                                     Supplies
                                                                                                                     (technology/software)
                                                                                                                                             $2,100
                                                                                                                     Teacher Extra Duty
                                                                                                                                             $4,700
                                                                                                                     Teacher Substitutes
                                                                                                                                             $4,200
                                                                                                                     Teacher Extra Duty
                                                                                                                     (non-teaching)
After each district assessment, subject matter teams will use the district's data analysis       08/09 to 06/10      See above               See above         See above
protocol to review results, discuss instructional strategies, and modify instructional
practices.
Teachers will write two-part daily objectives connecting lessons to standards and                08/09 to 06/10      See above               See above         See above
standards to objectives.
Teachers will incorporate Bloom's Taxonomy in developing and implementing high yield             08/09 to 06/10      See above               See above         See above
teaching strategies, including interactive note taking, Socratic Seminars, and jigsaw
activities.
Teachers will incorporate the use of technology (Promethean Boards, PowerPoints,                 08/09 to 06/10      See above               See above         See above
video/audio presentations, and Data Director) to enhance lessons.
                                                                                                                     Equipmet                $12,000/$20,000
Teachers will attend training seminars, workshops, and meet with academic coaches to             08/09 to 06/10      See above               See above         See above
enhance instructional stragies or knowledge of curriculum (AVID training, TAH Lecture
series, and professional learning opportunities at the school site, district, and special                            EL Coach                $66,344
programs, and CTEL training).
                                                                                                                     ELA Coach               $37,895
Teachers will incorporate both cooperative/collaborative instructional strategies to             08/09 to 06/10      See above               See above         See above
enhance student learning (e.g. comprehension, jigsaws, read alouds, cloze reading
strategies, expert circles).
Teachers/students will review CST data from previous year to assess academic needs.              08/09 to 06/10      See above               See above         See above
Teachers will monitor/mentor/evaluate the progress of target groups (EL and Special Ed.)         08/09 to 06/10      See above               See above         See above
to ensure academic success.                                                                                                                                    EIA-LEP
                                                                                                                     EL Coach                $66,344
Teachers will use supplements to textbok (reading guides, CST workbooks) to enhance              08/09 to 06/10      See above               See above         See above
student success.
                                                                                                                     District Publications   $8,924/$15,521


2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                                     23 of 56                                                                    12/17/2009
                                                                       Action Plan for History/Social Studies
                                                                                 [ ] Not Applicable
                       Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
     Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                          Start and              Proposed            Estimated               Funding
     Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,          Completion Dates          Expenditures               Cost                Sources
     engagement, differentiation, interventions
Interventions specifically for underperforming students:
Classroom interventions will include peer tutoring, collaborative learning activities, pair/share activities, extended time to complete assignments, tutoring opportunities by teachers
and after school programs, re-teaching activities to help students master content standards, and prompt test feedback.

Teachers will use student profiles to review and assess student academic needs. Teachers will monitor student performance throughout the year to enhance students success.
Teaches will identify and mentor underperforming students focusing on enhancing study skills, academic comprehension (including vocabulary building), and test taking strategies.




2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                                  24 of 56                                                                            12/17/2009
                                                                                Other: Science
                                                                              [ ] Not Applicable

                  SMART Goals and Action Plan for Improved Performance                                              Verification of SMART goals

                                                                                                                               Date:
                                         SMART Goals                                                            (To be completed in the Fall of 2010)
                (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Results Oriented, Time Bound)
                                                                                                               English        Special
                                                                                               Schoolwide     Learners      Education          Other            Other
Grade level/course: Earth Science                                                             [ ] Met      [ ] Met        [ ] Met         [ ] Met          [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
The percent of students scoring Far Below Basic and Below Basic on the California Standards   [ ] Not Met  [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met
Test will decrease by 2% and English Learners by 1% as measured by their performance on the
California Standards Test.
Grade level/course: Biology                                                                   [ ] Met      [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
The percent of students scoring Proficient and Advanced will increase by 2%, the percent of   [ ] Not Met  [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met
students scoring Below Basic and Far Below Basic will decrease by 2%, and English Learners by
1% as measured by their performance on the California Standards Test.
Grade level/course: Honors Biology                                                            [ ] Met      [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met
SMART Goal:
The percent of students scoring Proficient and Advanced will increase by 2%, the percent of   [ ] Not Met  [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met
students scoring Below Basic and Far Below Basic will decrease by 2%, and English Learners by
1% as measured by their performance on the California Standards Test.
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                            [ ] Met      [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met
Grade level/course: Chemistry
SMART Goal:                                                                                   [ ] Not Met  [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met
The percent of students scoring Proficient and Advanced will increase by 2%, the percent of
students scoring Far Below Basic and Below Basic will decrease by 2%, and English Learners by
1% as measured by their performance on the California Standards Test.
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                            [ ] Met      [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met
Grade level/course: Honors Chemistry
SMART Goal:                                                                                   [ ] Not Met  [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met
The percent of students scoring Proficient and Advanced will increase by 2% and English
Learners by 1% as measured by their performance on the California Standards Test.
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                            [ ] Met      [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met
Grade level/course:
SMART Goal:                                                                                   [ ] Not Met  [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met
[ ] Not Applicable                                                                            [ ] Met      [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met         [ ] Met
Grade level/course:
SMART Goal:                                                                                   [ ] Not Met  [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met     [ ] Not Met
How will progress during the year be monitored?
The department members will use departmental common assessments, district assessments, class assessments, grade reports, and re-teaching when necessary.

*Honors Chemistry - also include one advanced/challenging question on each test.

2009 Single Plan for Student Achievement                                             25 of 56                                                                  12/17/2009
                                                                              Action Plan for Science
                                                                                [ ] Not Applicable
                      Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
    Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                       Start and           Proposed                Estimated         Funding
    Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,          Completion Dates      Expenditures               Cost            Sources
    engagement, differentiation, interventions
Teachers will use an assignment sheet to assist students with keeping track of                 2009-2010           Supplies (non-          $4,300/$2,510
assignments and grades.                                                                                            technology)                               EIA-SCE
                                                                                                                                           $5,000/$3,400
                                                                                                                   Supplies
                                                                                                                   (technology/software)
                                                                                                                                           $2,100
                                                                                                                   Teacher Extra Duty
                                                                                                                                           $4,700
                                                                                                                   Teacher Substitutes
                                                                                                                                           $4,200
                                                                                                                   Teacher Extra Duty
                                                                                                                   (non-teaching)
Teachers will require students to keep notebooks to assist with organization and               2009-2010           See above               See above         See above
preparation for tests/quizzes.
Teachers will draw diagrams, use pictures, and build models to increase visual learning.       2009-2010           See above               See above         See above
Teachers will use bilingual community aides to communicate with parents.                       2009-2010           Community               $71,050           EIA-SCE
                                                                                                                   Assistants                                EIA-LEP
                                                                                                                                           $7,000
                                                                                                                   Clerical Peakload
Teachers will emphasize note-taking strategies to help support academic success.               2009-2010           Supplies (non-          $4,300/$2,510
                                                                                                                   technology)                               EIA-SCE
                                                                                                                                           $5,000/$3,400
                                                                                                                   Supplies
                                                                                                                   (technology/software)
                                                                                                                                           $2,100
                                                                                                                   Teacher Extra Duty
                                                                                                                                           $4,700
                                                                                                                   Teacher Substitutes
                                                                                                                                           $4,200
                                                                                                                   Teacher Extra Duty
                                                                                                                   (non-teaching)
Teachers will require students to use planners to facilitate organization and preparation for 2009-2010            See above               See above         See above
tests.
                                                                                                                   District Publications   $8,924/$15,521
Teachers will use cooperative learning in laboratory activites to peer problem solve.          2009-2010           See above               See above         See above
Teachers will use software provided by Glencoe to facilitate note taking.                      2009-2010           See above               See above         See above

                                                                                                                   Equipment               $12,000/$20,000
Teachers will require students to use graphic organizers to assist in simplifying concepts. 2009-2010              See above               See above         See above
Teachers will post two-part objectives using student friendly language to facilitate learning. 2009-2010           See above               See above         See above
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                                                                                 Action Plan for Science
                                                                                   [ ] Not Applicable
                        Actions to be Taken to Reach These Goals
      Based on results of Academic Program Survey and Student Achievement Data                      Start and           Proposed           Estimated             Funding
      Consider staffing, professional development, research based high yield strategies,         Completion Dates      Expenditures          Cost                Sources
      engagement, differentiation, interventions
Department members in Earth Science will include visual representation in lecture                2009-2010          See abvoe         See above            See above
material.
Department members in Biology will re-emphasize repeatedly, throughout the school year,          2009-2010          See above         See above            See above
cell structure as referenced from student generated labeled diagrams.
Department members in Chemistry will develop an interclass chemistry competition to              2009-2010          See above         See above            See above
promote study for the CST and final exam.
Department members will seat high performing students next to struggling students to             2009-2010          See above         See above            See above
facilitate peer teaching of concepts and study skills.
Teachers will coordinate pair and group work to increase understanding.                          2009-2010          See above         See above            See above
Teachers will use interactive notebooks and planners to facilitate organization and              2009-2010          See above         See above            See above
preparation for tests.
The department members will work with the EL coordinator to develop additional                   2009-2010          See above         See above            See above
strategies for vocabulary teaching.                                                                                                                        EIA-LEP
                                                                                                                    EL Coach          $66,344
Teachers will give verbal quizzes, use equality sticks, and tickets out the door to facilitate   2009-2010          See above         See above            See above
learning.
CST Exam Performance Incentives:                                                                 2009-2010          See above         See above            See above
2009 Current year:
An Honor Roll will be posted in each science classroom giving recognition to all students
who preformed at Advanced/Proficient or increased by one level, on preceding year
science CST.
A school form will be circulated to testing teacher evaluating student’s effort. 10 points
extra credit will be awarded toward a coming chapter exam for all students receiving a
positive report.
2011 Following year: Students who performed at Advanced/Proficient or increased by
one level will be awarded 10 points extra credit toward the first chapter exam given.

Points toward class competition will be awarded to the class who earned the highest
scores on CST(s)

A Celebration will be planned to reward the entire student body if scores on CST go up.
Interventions specifically for underperforming students:
Teachers will meet with counselors, make phone calls home, have students attend tutoring, send home grade reports / signed by parents, and re-teach when needed to meet
students' needs.

The department members will use the community liaison more frequently for phone calls home regarding behavior and grades. Extra credit will be offered for students who attend
lunch time and/or after school tutoring.




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Riverside Unified School District                                                                                                            Year: 2009-2010
                                                      Recommendations and Assurances


The School Site Council recommends this Single Plan for Student Achievement and proposed expenditures to the RUSD 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 school plan (check
       those that apply):

         [ ] Title I Advisory/ State Compensatory Education Advisory (SCE) Group

         [X] English Learner Advisory Committee (ELAC)

         [ ] Gifted and Talented Education Program (GATE) Advisory Committee

         [X] Other (list):
         Department Chairs

    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 requirement have been met, including those found in the 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, including budgets, was approved via quorum by the School Site Council at a public meeting.

Signatures: ** Print and keep a copy of the entire School Plan including these original signatures on file at your school site.


                              Typed Name                                                    Signature                                      Date

                        Dale Kinnear, Principal                     *

                  Sebastian Chiu, SSC Chairperson                   *




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                                                    Members of the School Site Council


•   At elementary schools, the SSC 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, the SSC must be constituted of ensure parity between (a) the principal, classroom teachers, and other school personnel, and (b)
    parents of students attending the school or other community members and students. Classroom teachers must comprise a majority of persons represented
    under section (a).
•   ALL SSC members must be selected by their peer group.
•   Education Code Section 64001(g) requires that the Single Plan for Students Achievement 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:

                                                                                                                    Parent or                 Secondary
              Names of Members                    Principal       Classroom Teacher        Other School Staff    Community Member              Student
Dale Kinnear                                         [X]                   [ ]                     [ ]                     [ ]                    [ ]
Kathleen Barth                                        [ ]                  [ ]                     [ ]                     [X]                    [ ]
Judy Lee                                              [ ]                  [ ]                     [ ]                     [X]                    [ ]
Jon Opsahl                                            [ ]                  [ ]                     [ ]                     [X]                    [ ]
Amber Zhang                                           [ ]                  [ ]                     [ ]                     [X]                    [ ]
Sebastian Chiu                                        [ ]                  [ ]                     [ ]                     [ ]                    [X]
Leanna Rucker                                         [ ]                  [ ]                     [ ]                     [ ]                    [X]
Tishiana Mann                                         [ ]                  [ ]                     [ ]                     [ ]                    [X]
Janay Williams                                        [ ]                  [ ]                     [ ]                     [ ]                    [X]
Brent Bishop                                          [ ]                  [X]                     [ ]                     [ ]                    [ ]
Chris Lorenzi                                         [ ]                  [X]                     [ ]                     [ ]                    [ ]
Cherilynne Hollowell                                  [ ]                  [X]                     [ ]                     [ ]                    [ ]
Don Phelps                                            [ ]                  [X]                     [ ]                     [ ]                    [ ]
Angela Washington                                     [ ]                  [X]                     [ ]                     [ ]                    [ ]
Erin Martinez                                         [ ]                  [ ]                     [X]                     [ ]                    [ ]
Rolando Flores                                        [ ]                  [ ]                     [X]                     [ ]                    [ ]
Number of members of each category:                   1                     5                       2                      4                       4
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                                                                SSC Approval of School Plan and Budgets


Agenda:
John W. North High School
School Site Council
Room 157
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
6:30-7:30 a.m.

AGENDA

1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER/INTRODUCTIONS ...............................Sebastian Chiu

2. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS
       Opportunity for the public to address council.
       A. District Committees

3. ACTION AGENDA ITEMS
       A. Approval of minutes, October 20, 2009
       B. Approval of School Plan (following reports)

4. REPORTS
       A. School Plan………………………………………. …………….. Doug Murphy
       Math..................................................................................................Gordon Adams
       English Learners.............................................................................Erin Martinez

5. COMMENTS/QUESTIONS

6. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS

7. ADJOURNMENT

Next Meeting
Place: Room 157
Date: Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Time: 6:30-7:30 a.m.




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Minutes:
John W. North High School
School Site Council
Room 157
Tuesday, November 17, 2009
6:30-7:30 AM

MINUTES

1. IN ATTENDANCE:
Members-Staff: Brent Bishop, Cherilynne Hollowell, Chris Lorenzi, Don Phelps, Angela Washington, Erin Martinez, Rolando Flores

Members-Parents/Community /Students: Kathleen Barth, Judy Lee, Jon Opsahl, Amber
Zhang, Sebastian Chiu, Tishiana Mann, Leanna Rucker, Janay Williams

Guests/Visitors: Doug Murphy, Rosalyn Anderson, Irene Layfield

2. CALL MEETING TO ORDER/INSTRUCTIONS:
• The meeting began with the members introducing themselves and way called to order at 6:34 AM

3. ORAL COMMUNICATIONS:
• Discussed electing/appointing representatives for CEDAC meetings; would benefit parents and school by getting useful information
• Schools usually appoints GATE representative parents
• Representatives of district advisory groups could report information to SSC

4. ACTION AGENDA:
• The minutes of the meeting held on October 20, 2009, were approved. Motion made by Jon Opsahl and seconded by Kathleen Barth.
• School Plan was approved. Motion made by Mr. Brent Bishop and seconded by Tishiana Mann.

5. REPORTS:
• School Plan was presented by Mr. Doug Murphy. Reviewed EIA-LEP, EIA-SCE, and AYP budgets. SMART goals- goals for achievement, included math,
    language arts, English Learners, Special Ed., history, and science; received approved budgets from previous year with the breakdown per subject.
• Mr. Adams, Math Department Chair, discussed the math focus on the EL students and on Algebra 1 and Geometry
        - Math has AmeriCorps members from UCR come to tutor.
        - Want to emphasize note-taking, working on student engagement to reach at least 85%.
        - North group is making 5 trips to various high schools and have noticed beneficial teaching strategies
        - Converted to AVID style notes
        - AP/IB College Board has given North grant to offer tutoring for Honors/AP students
• Mrs. Erin Martinez, English Learner Counselor, presented an EL report: Around 85% students stop at level 3 and cannot make progress; hope that by
    mainstreaming and monitoring the students, can help advance them out of program
        - Support for students is available, however trying to get students to come in on volunteer basis
        - Would like to get EL students out of program, help them graduate, and become college bound
        - Take annual CELDT test to assess students’ level in program (1-5)



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6. COMMENTS:
• Initiate more communication with parents about students’ progress in classes
• Parents can access students’ grades through WebLockers
• Trying to improve CST scores, should they affect students’ grades? Have put CST honor roll in place as incentive.

7. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS:
• Mentioned by Jon Opsahl- Students having to raise money for class projects, issue because of budget cuts

The meeting was adjourned at 7:40 A.M.
Respectfully submitted,
Leanna Rucker, Secretary




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                                                                     Programs / Grants


This single plan represents school participation in the following State and Federal Categorical Programs:

                                                              PROGRAMS                                      Allocation
State:
[X] Economic Impact Aid/Limited English Proficient (EIA/LEP)                                                        $119,714
[X] Economic Impact Aid/State Compensatory Education (EIA/SCE)                                                      $319,572
[ ] Tobacco-Use Prevention Education (TUPE)                                                                                $
[ ] English Language Acquisition Program (ELAP)                                                                            $
[ ] State Preschool                                                                                                        $
[ ] Helping Elementary Achievers Reach The Stars (HEARTS)                                                                  $
[ ] Partners In Riverside Investing In Middle School Education (PRIME TIME)                                                $
Federal:
[ ] Title I, Part A: Improving the Academic Achievement of the Disadvantaged                                                $
[ ] Title I, Part A, ARRA: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act                                                           $
[ ] Title II, Part A, D: High Quality Teachers/Principals, Technology                                                       $
[ ] Title III, Part A: Language Instruction for Limited English Proficient students                                         $
[ ] Title IV, Part A: Safe & Drug Free Schools & Communities (S&DFSC)                                                       $
[ ] Head Start (Title I, Part B: Preschool Program)                                                                         $
[ ] Even Start Family Literacy (Title I, Part B, Subpart 3: Preschool Program)                                              $




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                                             Budget Planning Staff List for
                                                      2009-2010


School: John W. North High

[ ] Not Applicable (no categorical funds are being used for salaries)

Please list below the staff to be paid from Categorical Funds in 2009-10. DO NOT list additional hours or tutors. List the
names and position titles. For Certificated staff, list the percentage to be charged in the appropriate funding column, and
for Classified staff, list the hours to be worked in the appropriate funding column. Be sure to budget for all staff listed on
your Tentative Budget Sheets.

                                                          Certificated Staff
                                               3010              7090               7091       6286              Other
         Name & Position
                                                Title         EIA/SCE             EIA/LEP      ELAP              (list)
Chris Lorenzi                              ELA Coach       40%
Christy O'Rourke                           Math Coach      40%
Wendy Crockett                             EL Coach        100%
Rosalyn Anderson                           CPS             20%
Brent Bishop                               Intervention    20%
                                           Specialist
                                                          Classified Staff
                                                 3010          7090                 7091       6286              Other
         Name & Position
                                                 Title       EIA/SCE              EIA/LEP      ELAP              (list)
Gabriela Perez                                                                 8 Hours
Elvia Romero                                               4 Hours             3 Hours




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                                                   Tentative Budget for
                                                        2009-2010

School:        John W. North High

Program:       EIA-SCE                                                       Projected Budget Amount:                     $319,572

                                     *** COMPLETE A NEW SHEET FOR EACH PROGRAM ***

                                                                        Amount
  Funtion        Object                    Description                 Budgeted                            Notes
Contract Salary Accounts
   1000         1100   Resource Teacher Salary                                      $
    2140          1900     Instructional Coaches Salary                               40% Lorenzi $34,489 - ELA Coach
                                                                                      40% O'Rourke $32,046 - Math Coach
                                                                             $124,748 100% Crockett $58,213 - EL Coach
    2700          1900     CPS Salary                                         $11,888 20% Anderson, R. $11,888
    1000          2100     Instructional Assistant (4 hrs/more)                     $
    1000          2110     Instr. Assist. (under 4hr./timecard)                     $
    2700          2400     Office Assistant                                         $
    2495          2900     Community Assistant                                 $8,959 3 Hours Perez $8,959
Timecard Accounts / Substitutes / Stipends
   1000       1120    Teacher Extra Duty/Miscellaneous                         $2,100
    1000          1130     Teacher Substitutes                                 $4,700
    2700          1920     CPS Extra Duty, Non-Teaching                        $4,200 Teacher Extra-Duty
    2700          1940     CPS Group Leader Stipend                                 $
    1000          2111     Classified Tutor Hours, Instruct.                        $
    1000          2120     Instr. Assistant Peakload/Overtime                       $
    2700          2420     Clerical Peakload/Overtime                          $7,000
    2490          2920     Other Class., Translation Function                       $
    2495          2920     Other Class., Child Care/Parent Inv                      $
Fixed Charges / Employee Benefits: (Object Codes 3101 – 3802)
                3xxx   Fixed Charges (Lump Category)                          $20,676 40% Lorenzi $3,406
                                                                                      40% O'Rourke $3,314
                                                                                      100% Crockett $8,131
                                                                                      3 Hours Perez $5,825
Other Discretionary Accounts
                4200   Other Books                                                  $
                  4300     Supplies. Non-Technology                            $2,510
                  4310     Supplies, Technology/Software                       $3,400
                  4400     Equip.,Other, New, $500-$9,999                           $
                  4410     Equip., Technology $500-$9,999                           $
                  5210     Mileage                                                  $
                  5220     Conference Expenses                                      $
    1036          5711     District Busses (Field Trips)                            $
                  5715     District Service Requests (M&O)                          $
                  5725     District Publications                                      Student Planners
                                                                                      CST Prep Materials
                                                                              $15,521 Senior Exhibition
                  5780     Nutrition Services                                       $
                  5800     Other Contracts                                          $
                  5815     Consultants, Indep. Contractors                          $
                  5910     Postage                                                  $

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                                                                          Amount
  Funtion        Object                Description                       Budgeted                            Notes
                  5920     Telephones/Terminals                                      $
                  5929     Cellular Phone Service                                     $
                  6400     Equip, New $10,000 & Up                              $20,000 Replacement
                           1. Other: Intervention Specialist                    $11,888 20% Bishop $11,888
                           2. Other: Tutors                                     $10,800
                           3. Other:                                                 $

                                                               Total:          $319,572




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                                                    Tentative Budget for
                                                         2009-2010
[ ] Not Applicable


School:        John W. North High

Program:       EIA-LEP                                                       Projected Budget Amount:           $119,714

                                     *** COMPLETE A NEW SHEET FOR EACH PROGRAM ***

                                                                        Amount
  Funtion        Object                    Description                 Budgeted                         Notes
Contract Salary Accounts
   1000         1100   Resource Teacher Salary                                      $
    2140          1900     Instructional Coaches Salary                             $
    2700          1900     CPS Salary                                               $
    1000          2100     Instructional Assistant (4 hrs/more)                     $
    1000          2110     Instr. Assist. (under 4hr./timecard)                     $
    2700          2400     Office Assistant                                         $
    2495          2900     Community Assistant                                        7 Hours Romero $21,753
                                                                              $34,547 4 Hours Perez $12,794
Timecard Accounts / Substitutes / Stipends
   1000       1120    Teacher Extra Duty/Miscellaneous                              $
    1000          1130     Teacher Substitutes                                      $
    2700          1920     CPS Extra Duty, Non-Teaching                             $
    2700          1940     CPS Group Leader Stipend                                 $
    1000          2111     Classified Tutor Hours, Instruct.                        $
    1000          2120     Instr. Assistant Peakload/Overtime                       $
    2700          2420     Clerical Peakload/Overtime                               $
    2490          2920     Other Class., Translation Function                       $
    2495          2920     Other Class., Child Care/Parent Inv                      $
Fixed Charges / Employee Benefits: (Object Codes 3101 – 3802)
                3xxx   Fixed Charges (Lump Category)                          $21,592 $13,952 Romero
                                                                                      $7,767 Perez
Other Discretionary Accounts
                4200   Other Books                                                  $
                  4300     Supplies. Non-Technology                            $3,152
                  4310     Supplies, Technology/Software                            $
                  4400     Equip.,Other, New, $500-$9,999                           $
                  4410     Equip., Technology $500-$9,999                           $
                  5210     Mileage                                                  $
                  5220     Conference Expenses                                      $
    1036          5711     District Busses (Field Trips)                            $
                  5715     District Service Requests (M&O)                          $
                  5725     District Publications                                    $
                  5780     Nutrition Services                                       $
                  5800     Other Contracts                                          $
                  5815     Consultants, Indep. Contractors                          $
                  5910     Postage                                                  $
                  5920     Telephones/Terminals                                     $
                  5929     Cellular Phone Service                                   $
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                                                                Amount
  Funtion        Object                Description             Budgeted         Notes
                  6400     Equip, New $10,000 & Up                    $13,592
                           1. Other:                                       $
                           2. Other:                                       $
                           3. Other:                                       $

                                                     Total:          $119,714




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                                           Centralized Services

No funds are being reserved at the District level for Centralized Services from this school's categorical program
allocations.




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                                                 Appendix A
                                     School and Student Performance Data
                                            California Standardized Testing (CST) Results

                                                              All Students
                                                         English-Language Arts

                                                                   Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                        English-Language Arts
          Grade
          Level           % At or Above Proficient               % Basic                    % Below Basic                 % Far Below Basic


                        2006-07   2007-08    2008-09   2006-07   2007-08   2008-09   2006-07   2007-08   2008-09   2006-07    2007-08   2008-09


Grade 9                   47.0      51.0      49.0       28        30          29      17        15         15       7           4            8


Grade 10                  40.0      40.0      42.0       31        31          31      21        21         14       8           8        12


Grade 11                  43.0      40.0      38.0       25        28          27      19        18         22       14          15       13


                                                                 All Students
                                                                 Mathematics

                                                                   Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                            Mathematics
          Grade
          Level           % At or Above Proficient               % Basic                    % Below Basic                 % Far Below Basic


                        2006-07   2007-08    2008-09   2006-07   2007-08   2008-09   2006-07   2007-08   2008-09   2006-07    2007-08   2008-09


Grade 9*                                       0.0        *                    11       *                   42        *                   47


Grade 10**                48.0      50.0      56.0       29        41          24      23        9          21       0           0            0


Grade 11**                42.0      34.0      36.0       21        31          27      31        30         34       6           5            4


*    CST General Mathematics (Grades 6 & 7 Standards)
**   CST Summative High School Mathematics (Grades 9-11)




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                                                 Appendix A
                                     School and Student Performance Data
                                           California Standardized Testing (CST) Results

                                                      African American Students
                                                        English-Language Arts

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                 English-Language Arts
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9                                        40               48                 45            336.2             346.9          344.0


Grade 10                                       36               27                 37            330.7             320.4          329.2


Grade 11                                       41               35                 22            331.9             325.9          312.4


                                                      African American Students
                                                             Mathematics

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                     Mathematics
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9*                                                                            *                                               *


Grade 10**                                     *                 *                  *              *                 *              *


Grade 11**                                     29               13                 17            308.8             301.2          293.3


*    CST General Mathematics (Grades 6 & 7 Standards)
**   CST Summative High School Mathematics (Grades 9-11)




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                                                 Appendix A
                                     School and Student Performance Data
                                           California Standardized Testing (CST) Results

                                                           Asian Students
                                                        English-Language Arts

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                 English-Language Arts
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9                                        93               89                 77            417.4             408.1          405.9


Grade 10                                       79               74                 78            398.2             391.3          395.8


Grade 11                                       82               84                 74            422.7             407.1          391.7


                                                             Asian Students
                                                              Mathematics

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                     Mathematics
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9*


Grade 10**                                     67               68                 60            389.1             398.2          375.3


Grade 11**                                     80               70                 63            390.1             393.8          374.8


*    CST General Mathematics (Grades 6 & 7 Standards)
**   CST Summative High School Mathematics (Grades 9-11)




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                                                 Appendix A
                                     School and Student Performance Data
                                           California Standardized Testing (CST) Results

                                                       Hispanic/Latino Students
                                                        English-Language Arts

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                 English-Language Arts
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9                                        37               41                 40            331.0             336.8          332.4


Grade 10                                       27               29                 30            322.2             322.6          321.8


Grade 11                                       29               26                 29            319.0             312.3          317.5


                                                       Hispanic/Latino Students
                                                            Mathematics

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                     Mathematics
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9*                                       *                                   0               *                              265.3


Grade 10**                                     30               29                 53            330.8             344.4          346.8


Grade 11**                                     20               16                 22            302.0             309.1          312.8


*    CST General Mathematics (Grades 6 & 7 Standards)
**   CST Summative High School Mathematics (Grades 9-11)




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                                                 Appendix A
                                     School and Student Performance Data
                                           California Standardized Testing (CST) Results

                                                           White Students
                                                        English-Language Arts

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                 English-Language Arts
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9                                        76               73                 74            382.9             385.0          383.6


Grade 10                                       62               68                 68            371.4             375.0          369.9


Grade 11                                       60               63                 70            371.0             373.6          372.9


                                                             White Students
                                                              Mathematics

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                     Mathematics
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9*                                                                            *                                               *


Grade 10**                                     54               46                 57            363.3             364.3          377.6


Grade 11**                                     48               48                 46            349.6             355.0          343.0


*    CST General Mathematics (Grades 6 & 7 Standards)
**   CST Summative High School Mathematics (Grades 9-11)




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                                                 Appendix A
                                     School and Student Performance Data
                                           California Standardized Testing (CST) Results

                                                       English Learner Students
                                                        English-Language Arts

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                 English-Language Arts
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9                                        5                 6                 4             290.6             294.6          286.4


Grade 10                                       2                 3                 2             284.8             285.1          278.8


Grade 11                                       3                 1                 10            275.1             265.1          282.2


                                                       English Learner Students
                                                             Mathematics

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                     Mathematics
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9*                                       *                                   0               *                              268.1


Grade 10**                                                       *                                                   *


Grade 11**                                     *                 *                  *              *                 *              *


*    CST General Mathematics (Grades 6 & 7 Standards)
**   CST Summative High School Mathematics (Grades 9-11)




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                                                 Appendix A
                                     School and Student Performance Data
                                           California Standardized Testing (CST) Results

                                           Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Students
                                                     English-Language Arts

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                 English-Language Arts
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9                                        36               41                 38            328.2             337.4          332.6


Grade 10                                       26               26                 34            320.5             319.8          324.0


Grade 11                                       26               23                 26            316.2             312.2          314.5


                                           Socio-Economically Disadvantaged Students
                                                         Mathematics

                                                                            Performance Data by Grade Level
                                                                                     Mathematics
                 Grade
                 Level                                % At or Above Proficient                                Mean Scale Score


                                            2006-07          2007-08             2008-09       2006-07            2007-08        2008-09


Grade 9*                                       *                                   0               *                              257.6


Grade 10**                                     39               50                 35            342.2             355.9          333.2


Grade 11**                                     21               23                 27            299.9             314.3          314.4


*    CST General Mathematics (Grades 6 & 7 Standards)
**   CST Summative High School Mathematics (Grades 9-11)




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                                                 Appendix A
                                     School and Student Performance Data
                                           Academic Performance Index by Student Group

                                                            PERFORMANCE DATA BY STUDENT GROUP

PROFICIENCY LEVEL               All Students                     White                       African-American                   Asian


                         2007      2008        2009   2007       2008       2009      2007        2008      2009       2007      2008       2009


Number Included          1816      1745        1678   401         343          309     279         276          245    98         97         90


Growth API                705       716        712    792         804          814     680         690          690


Base API                  685       705        716    768         793          804     647         680          690


Target                     6         5          5      5           5            A       8           6            6


Growth                    20        11          -4     24          11           10     33          10            0


Met Target                Yes       Yes        No     Yes         Yes          Yes     Yes         Yes          No



                                                            PERFORMANCE DATA BY STUDENT GROUP

PROFICIENCY LEVEL                 Hispanic                   English Learners         Economically Disadvantaged       Students with Disabilities


                         2007      2008        2009   2007        2008         2009    2007        2008         2009   2007      2008       2009


Number Included           996       989        983    474          480          461    1046        1053         1138    174       180       185


Growth API                655       673        668     592         614          608    654         672          669     439       484       459


Base API                  639       656        673    590          592          614    628         654          672     407       450       484


Target                     8         7          6      11          10            9      9            7           6      20         18        16


Growth                    16        17          -5      2          22           -6      26          18           -3     32         34        -25


Met Target                Yes       Yes         No     No          Yes          No     Yes         Yes          No     Yes        Yes        No




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                                                     Appendix A
                                         School and Student Performance Data
                                     English-Language Arts Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

                                                      ENGLISH-LANGUAGE ARTS PERFORMANCE DATA BY STUDENT GROUP

           AYP
    PROFICIENCY LEVEL                    All Students                     White                 African-American                 Asian


                                  2007      2008        2009   2007       2008      2009     2007      2008    2009      2007    2008        2009

                  Participation
                                  100        100         99    100        100       100      100       100         99     98      100        100
                          Rate

                      Number
                                  321        266        309    109         81           78    50        34         38     28       25         30
         At or Above Proficient

                      Percent
                                  46.8       48.4       53.1   68.6       77.9      78.8     42.7      44.2    42.7      84.8     78.1       83.3
         At or Above Proficient

                         AYP
                                  22.3       33.4       44.5   22.3       33.4      44.5     22.3      33.4    44.5      22.3     33.4       44.5
                        Target

                          Met
                                  Yes        Yes        Yes    Yes        Yes       Yes      Yes        --         No     --       --         --
                  AYP Criteria



                                                      ENGLISH-LANGUAGE ARTS PERFORMANCE DATA BY STUDENT GROUP

          AYP                                                                                      Socioeconomic
   PROFICIENCY LEVEL                       Hispanic                  English Learners                                    Students w/Disabilities
                                                                                                    Disadvantage

                                  2007      2008        2009   2007       2008      2009     2007      2008    2009      2007    2008        2009

                  Participation
                                  100        100         98    100        100           99   100       100         98    100      100         97
                          Rate

                     Number
                                  125        117        154     44         17           54   134       121         185    6        8          12
        At or Above Proficient

                     Percent
                                  34.4      36.2        44.9   23.7       11.0      31.0     33.2      35.0    45.7      7.5      13.3       23.1
        At or Above Proficient

                         AYP
                                  22.3      33.4        44.5   22.3       33.4      44.5     22.3      33.4    44.5      22.3     33.4       44.5
                        Target

                          Met
                                  Yes        Yes        Yes    Yes         No           No   Yes       Yes         Yes    --       --         --
                  AYP Criteria




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                                        School and Student Performance Data
                                             Mathematics Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)

                                                               MATHEMATICS PERFORMANCE DATA BY STUDENT GROUP

           AYP
    PROFICIENCY LEVEL                    All Students                        White                 African-American                   Asian


                                  2007      2008        2009      2007       2008      2009     2007      2008    2009       2007     2008        2009

                  Participation
                                  100        100         99       100        100       100      100       100         100     98       100        100
                          Rate

                      Number
                                  325        295        332       107         79           76    41        36         34      31        30         34
         At or Above Proficient

                      Percent
                                  47.4       53.6       56.9      67.3       76.0      78.4     35.0      46.8    38.2       93.9      93.8       94.4
         At or Above Proficient

                         AYP
                                  20.9       32.2       43.5      20.9       32.2      43.5     20.9      32.2    43.5       20.9      32.2       43.5
                        Target

                          Met
                                  Yes        Yes        Yes       Yes        Yes       Yes      Yes        --         No      --        --         --
                  AYP Criteria



                                                               MATHEMATICS PERFORMANCE DATA BY STUDENT GROUP

          AYP                                                                                         Socioeconomic
   PROFICIENCY LEVEL                       Hispanic                     English Learners                                      Students w/Disabilities
                                                                                                       Disadvantage

                                  2007      2008        2009      2007       2008      2009     2007      2008    2009       2007     2008        2009

                  Participation
                                  100        100         99        100        99       100      100        100        99      99       100         99
                          Rate

                     Number
                                  138        140        177        51         46           72   150        155        201     7         8          9
        At or Above Proficient

                     Percent
                                  38.0       43.3       51.2      27.4       30.1      41.1     37.1      44.8        49.3   8.9       13.3       17.3
        At or Above Proficient

                         AYP
                                  20.9       32.2       43.5      20.9       32.2      43.5     20.9      32.2        43.5   20.9      32.2       43.5
                        Target

                          Met
                                  Yes        Yes        Yes        Yes        No           No   Yes        Yes        Yes     --        --         --
                  AYP Criteria




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                                                 Appendix A
                                     School and Student Performance Data
                                         Title III Accountability Data for John W. North High

                                                        AMAO 1- Annual Growth              AMAO 2 - Attaining English Proficiency
                  PROFICIENCY LEVEL
                                                2006-07       2007-08            2008-09   2006-07       2007-08        2008-09

              Number of Annual Testers            358           351               372

              Percent with Prior Year Data       100%          97.7%             88.2%

              Number in Cohort                    358           343               328        220            196           220

              Number Met                          213           151               186         71            25             78

              Percent Met                        59.5%          44%              56.7%      32.3%         12.8%          35.5%

              NCLB Target                        48.7%         50.1%             51.6%      27.2%         28.9%          30.6%

              Met Target                          Yes            No               Yes        Yes            No            Yes


                                                Title III Accountability Data (District)

                                                        AMAO 1- Annual Growth              AMAO 2 - Attaining English Proficiency
                  PROFICIENCY LEVEL
                                                2006-07       2007-08            2008-09   2006-07       2007-08        2008-09

              Number of Annual Testers           6,745         7,126              7,798

              Percent with Prior Year Data       95.1%         98.4%             94.9%

              Number in Cohort                   6,416         7,012              7,402     3,456          3,865         4,000

              Number Met                         3,603         4,010              4,336     1,148          1,381         1,543

              Percent Met                        56.2%         57.2%             58.6%      33.2%         35.7%          38.6%

              NCLB Target                        48.7%         50.1%             51.6%      27.2%         28.9%          30.6%

              Met Target                          Yes           Yes               Yes        Yes            Yes           Yes




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                                                    Appendix A
                                        School and Student Performance Data
                                        California English Language Development (CELDT) Data

                                      California English Language Development Test (CELDT) Results for 2008-09

   Grade               Advanced           Early Advanced     Intermediate     Early Intermediate       Beginning       Number Tested


                   #          %            #         %       #         %        #          %       #           %            #


          9        6              5        42       32      64         48       16         12      4               3       132


        10         7              7        42       42      37         37       11         11      2               2        99


        11        14          17           28       35      21         26       10         12      8           10           81


        12         3              5        35       58      13         22       8          13      1               2        60


     Total        30              8       147       40      135        36       45         12      15              4       372




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                                                                           Appendix B
                                                                 Chart of Requirements for the
                                                              Single Plan for Student Achievement
                REQUIREMENTS                                           LEGAL CITATION                                 SECTION(S) OF PLAN
I. Involvement
Involve parents and community in                   EC 52055.625(b)(1)(C), (2)(C), (e)
planning and implementing the school               EC 52055.620(a)(4)
plan                                               EC 52054
                                                   EC 35294.1(b)(2)(C)
                                                   5CCR 3932                                                     Ongoing Evaluation Reporting
                                                   20 USC 7115(a)(1)(E)
                                                   20 USC 6316(b)(3)
                                                   20 USC 6315(c)(1)(G)
                                                   20 USC 6314(b)(1), (2)(A)
Advisory committee review &                        EC 64001(a)
recommendations                                    EC 52055.620(b)(1)
                                                                                                                Governance and Administration
Written notice of PI status                        20 USC 6316(b)(3)                               Appendix D-NCLB Program Improvement School Requirements
II. Governance and Administration
Single, comprehensive plan                         EC 64001(a), (d)
                                                   EC 52853
                                                   EC 41572
                                                   EC 41507
                                                   EC 35294.1(a)
                                                                                                                Governance and Administration
                                                   20 USC 7114(d)(2)
                                                   20 USC 6315(c)(1)(B)
                                                   20 USC 6314(b)(2)(A)
School site council (SSC) constituted per former EC
52012
                                                    EC 64001(g)                                                 Governance and Administration
SSC developed plan and expenditures                 EC 64001(a)                                                 Ongoing Evaluation Reporting
                                                    EC 41572
                                                    EC 41507
                                                                                                                Governance and Administration
                                                    EC 35294.1(b)(1)                                                      Budget




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               REQUIREMENTS                                LEGAL CITATION                            SECTION(S) OF PLAN
SSC annually updates the plan              EC 64001((g)                                            Site Information Page
                                           EC 35294.2(e)
                                                                                               Ongoing Evaluation Reporting
                                                                                               Governance and Administration
Governing board approves SPSA              EC 64001(h)
                                           EC 52055.630(b)
                                                                                                    Site Information Page
                                                                                                         Action Plans
Policies to insure all groups succeed      20 USC 6316(b)(3)
                                                                                           Analysis of Current Educational Practice
Specify role of school, LEA, and SEA;      20 USC 6316(b)(3)
and coordination with other                                                                Analysis of Current Educational Practice
organizations
Submit High Priority annual report after   EC 52055.640
public LEA governing board review
                                                                                                             N/A
III. Funding
Plan includes proposed                     EC 64001(g)
expenditures to improve                    EC 52853                                                      Action Plans
academic performance                       EC 52054                                        Analysis of Current Educational Practice
                                           20 USC 6316(b)(3)                                               Budget
                                           20 USC 6315(c)
                                           20 USC 6314(b)(2)(A)
Describe centralized services              5 CCR 3947(b)                                                   Budget
expenditures
IV. Standards, Assessment, and Accountability
Comprehensive assessment and               EC 64001(f)
analysis of data                           EC 52055.620(a)(1) - (3)                                      Action Plans
                                           EC 52054                                        Analysis of Current Educational Practice
                                           20 USC 7115(a)(1)(A)                        Appendix A-School and Student Performance Data
                                           20 USC 6314(b)(1), (2)(A)
Evaluation of improvement strategies       EC 64001(f)
                                           EC 52853                                                      Action Plans
                                           EC 52055.625(c)
                                           EC 35294.2(e)
                                                                                           Analysis of Current Educational Practice
                                           EC 32228.5(b)                                       Ongoing Evaluation Reporting
                                           20 USC 7115(a)(2)




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                  REQUIREMENTS                                LEGAL CITATION                        SECTION(S) OF PLAN
                                                                                                      Action Plans
Ongoing monitoring and revision               20 USC 6315(c)(2)(B)
                                                                                               Ongoing Evaluation Reporting
Assessment results available to               EC 35294.2(e)
parents                                       20 USC 7115(a)(1)(E)                            Ongoing Evaluation Reporting
                                                                                                        Action Plans
                                              20 USC 6314(b)(2)(A)                        Analysis of Current Educational Practice


V. Staffing and Professional Development
Provide staff development                     EC 52853
                                              EC 52055.625(d)(1)(B),(C)                                 Action Plans
                                              EC 32228(b)(2)                              Analysis of Current Educational Practice
                                              20 USC 6316(b)(3)                                           Budget
                                              20 USC 6315(c)(1)(F)
                                              20 USC 6314(b)(1), (2)(A)
Budget 10% of Title I for staff development   20 USC 6316(b)(3)                                         Action Plans
                                                                                          Analysis of Current Educational Practice
                                                                                                          Budget
Provide highly qualified staff                EC 52055.625(b), (d)
                                              20 USC 6315(c)(1)(E)
                                                                                          Analysis of Current Educational Practice
                                              20 USC 6314(b)(1), (2)(A)
Distribute experienced teachers               EC 52055.620(d)                                        N/A (at site level)
VI. Opportunity & Equal Educational Access
Describe instruction for at-risk students     EC52853                                                   Action Plans
Describe the help for students to meet        EC 64001(f)                                               Action Plans
state standards                               20 USC 6314(b)(1), (2)(A)                   Analysis of Current Educational Practice
                                              20 USC 6315(c)
Describe auxiliary services for at-risk       EC 52853
students                                      EC 52055.620(a)(7)                                        Action Plans
                                              20 USC 7114(d)(2)(E)                        Analysis of Current Educational Practice
                                              20 USC 6315(c)
                                              20 USC 6314(b)(1), (2)(A)
Avoid Isolation or segregation                5CCR 3934                                   Analysis of Current Educational Practice




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VII. Teaching and Learning
Goals based on performance                 EC 64001(f)
                                           20 USC 7115(a)(1)(A)
                                                                                                         Action Plans
Define objectives                          EC 52054
                                           20 USC 7114(d)(2)(B)
                                                                                                         Action Plans
                                           20 USC 6316(b)(3)
Steps to intended outcomes                 EC 52054                                                      Action Plans
                                           5CCR 3930
Account for all services                   5CCR 3930                                 Action Plans, Analysis of Current Educational Practice
Provide strategies responsive to           EC 52055.620(a)(3)
student needs                              EC 52054
                                           5CCR 3931                                                     Action Plans
                                           20 USC 7114(d)(2)(E)
                                           20 USC 6315(c)
                                           20 USC 6314(b)(2)(A)
Describe reform strategies that:           20 USC 6314(b)(1), (2)(A)                                     Action Plans
-Allow all to meet/exceed standards;       20 USC 6315(c)                                  Analysis of Current Educational Practice
-Are effective, research based;            20 USC 6316(b)(3)
                                           20 USC 6315(c)(1)(C)
                                                                                                         Action Plans
                                           20 USC 6314(b)(1)(B)
-Strengthen core academics;                EC 52054
                                                                                                         Action Plans
-Address under-served populations;         EC 52055.625(b), (c)
-Provide effective, timely assistance;     20 USC 6314(b)(1)(I), (2)(A)
                                                                                           Analysis of Current Educational Practice
-Increase learning time                    20 USC 6316(b)(3);                                            Action Plans
                                           20 USC 6314(b)(1)(B),(2)                        Analysis of Current Educational Practice
-Meet needs of low-performing students     20 USC 6315(c)(A);                                            Action Plans
                                           20 USC 6314(b)(1)(B),(2)                        Analysis of Current Educational Practice
-Involve teachers in academic              20 USC 6314(b)(1)(H), (2)                                     Action Plans
assessments                                                                                Analysis of Current Educational Practice
-Coordinate state and federal programs     20 USC 6315(c)(1)(H)
                                           20 USC 6314(b)(1)(J), (2)(A)
                                                                                                Governance and Administration
-Transition from preschool                 20 USC 6315(c)(1)(D)
                                           20 USC 6314(b)(1)(G), (2)(A)
                                                                                           Analysis of Current Educational Practice
Provide an environment conducive to        EC 52055.625(f)(1)
                                                                                                         Action Plans
learning                                   EC 52055.620(a)(6)
                                           20 USC 7114(d)(1)
                                                                                           Analysis of Current Educational Practice
Enable continuous progress                 5CCR 3931                                                     Action Plans
Acquire basic skills, literacy             EC 52055.625(b)(1), (c)(1)
                                                                                                         Action Plans
                                           5CCR 3937
Align curriculum, strategies, and          EC 52853                                                      Action Plans
materials with state standards or law      EC 52055.625(b)(2)(D),(c)                       Analysis of Current Educational Practice
Provide high school career preparation     5CCR 4403                                     Action Plans (High School, Career Technical)




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                                                              Appendix C
                                           Required Components of a Program Improvement
                                                 Single Plan for Student Achievement

                                         Program Improvement Component                                                                 School Plan Section
1. Research-based strategies—The plan must incorporate strategies, based on scientifically based research, that address -           Action Plans
   the academic issues that caused the school to be identified.

2. Adopting best practices—For the core academic subjects, the plan must outline policies and practices that have the           -   Action Plans
   greatest likelihood of ensuring that all subgroups of students become proficient by 2013-14.                                 -   Analysis of Current Educational
                                                                                                                                    Practice (CEP)
3. Meeting professional development needs—The plan must provide an assurance that the school will spend at least 10             -   Appendix D, NCLB Program
   percent of its Title I, Part A funds for high-quality professional development. This professional development must               Improvement School
   directly address the academic achievement problems that caused the school to be identified.                                      Requirements

4. The plan must specify how the school will use the 10 percent set-aside to remove itself from improvement status.             -   Appendix D, NCLB Program
                                                                                                                                    Improvement School
                                                                                                                                    Requirements
5. Setting annual goals—The plan must set specific annual measurable objectives for continuous progress by each                 -   Action Plans
   subgroup of students.

6. Outlining parent notices—The plan must describe how the school will provide written notice about the improvement             -   Appendix D, NCLB Program
   identification to parents.                                                                                                       Improvement School
                                                                                                                                    Requirements
7. Assigning responsibilities—The plan must specify the responsibilities of the school, the district, and the state under the   -   Appendix D, NCLB Program
   plan, including descriptions of the district’s technical assistance and fiscal responsibilities.                                 Improvement School
                                                                                                                                    Requirements
8. Increasing parent involvement—The plan must detail strategies to promote effective parental involvement.                     -   Action Plan
                                                                                                                                -   Analysis of CEP #8

9. Increasing instructional time—As appropriate, the plan must incorporate activities for students before school, after         -   Action Plans
   school, during the summer, and during any extension of the school year.                                                      -   Analysis of CEP #4, #5

10. Setting up teacher mentoring—The plan must incorporate a teacher mentoring program.                                         -   Action Plans
                                                                                                                                -   Analysis of CEP #7




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