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18-19 LCAP Expected Annual Outcomes

Below are the qualitative and quantitative means by which the District will annually measure students' academic progress and the effectiveness of program implementation relative to each of three LCAP goals.
 
 
Goal 1 (State Priority Area - Student Outcomes) Close achievement gaps between all students and the District's five lowest performing subgroups by increasing the percentage of English Learners, Black/African-American, Students with Disabilities, Foster Youth, and Economically Disadvantaged students who graduate and who are ready for college, career, and life.
  Actual Outcomes as of 5/2018 Expected Outcomes
AP Exam Participation Rate 2016-17: 1,254 (27%), increased by 1% Increase the percent of students taking an AP exam by 2%
Advanced Placement (AP) Exam Pass Rate 2016-17: 409 (33%), increased by 4% Increase the percent of students who score a 3 or higher on an AP exam to 35%
California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) Smarter Balance Test English Language Arts (ELA) Grade 11 Standard Met or Exceeded Rate 2016-17: 696 (44.7%), increased by 0.7% Increase the percent of juniors who demonstrate that they have met or exceeded the Common Core State Standards through the CAASP Smarter Balance Test in ELA to 46%
California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) Smarter Balance Test Mathematics Grade 11 Standard Met or Exceeded Rate 2016-17: 239 (15.1%), decreased by 2.9% Increase the percent of juniors who demonstrate that they have met or exceeded the Common Core State Standards through the CAASP Smarter Balance Test in mathematics to 17%
California State University (CSU) Early Assessment Program (EAP) English Language Arts (ELA) College Ready Rate 2016-17: 219 (14.1%), increased by 0.1% Increase the percent of juniors who demonstrate college preparedness through the EAP exam in ELA to 16%
California State University (CSU) Early Assessment Program (EAP) Mathematics College Ready Rate 2016-17: 47 (3%), decreased by 1% Increase the percent of seniors who complete a CTE Course Pathway to 5%
Career Technical Education (CTE) Course Pathway Completion Rate 2016-17: 267 (20.3%), increased by 5.3% Increase the percent of seniors who complete a CTE Course Pathway to 22%
CVUHSD Districtwide Common Summative Assessments (CSAs) English Language Arts (ELA) Participation Rate 2017-18:
English 9 = 392 (25%), increased by 14%
English 10 = 335 (22%), increased by 12%
English 11 = 514 (48%), increased by 31%
English 12 = 216 (20%), increased by 1%
Increase districtwide English Language Arts (ELA) participation rate on CSAs by 5%
CVUHSD Districtwide Common Summative Assessments (CSAs) English Language Arts (ELA) Mastery Rate 2017-18:
English 9 = 70%, increased by 16%
English 10 = 71%, increased by 5%
English 11 = 29%, decreased by 31%
English 12 = 75%, increased by 10%
Increase districtwide English Language Arts (ELA) mastery rate on CSAs by 5%
CVUHSD Districtwide Common Summative Assessments (CSAs) Mathematics Participation Rate 2017-18:
Integrated Math I = 786 (49%), decreased by 8%
Integrated Math II = 869 (50%), baseline data
Integrated Math III = Baseline data will be
established 2018-19
Pre-Calculus = 94 (22%), decreased by 40%
Increase districtwide mathematics participation rate on CSAs by 5%
CVUHSD Districtwide Common Summative Assessments (CSAs) Mathematics Mastery Rate 2017-18:
Integrated Math I = 62%, increased by 16%
Integrated Math II = 17%, baseline data
Integrated Math III = Baseline data will be
established 2018-19
Pre-Calculus = 64%, increased by 6%
Increase districtwide mathematics mastery rate on CSAs by 5%
English Learner (EL) Progress Towards English Proficiency Rate 2015-16: 727; Status is high (81%)
2016-17: 707; Yellow - Status is high (76.4%), declined by 4.6%
Increase the EL Progress Towards English Proficiency Rate by increasing the "Status" (by 85.0% or greater) and/or maintaining the "Change" (decline or increase by less than 1.5%) on the CA Dashboard.
English Learner (EL) Reclassification Rate 2017-18: 246 (22.7%), increased by 13% Increase the percent of English Learner students that are reclassified as fluent English proficient (RFEP) to 24.7%
University of California (UC)/California State University (CSU) "A-G" Required Course Completion Rate 2016-17: 526 (40%), increased by 5% Increase the UC/CSU "A-G" required course completion rate to 42%
 
 
 
Goal 2 (State Priority Area - Engagement) Build local capacity to fully implement a multi-tiered system of supports in all classrooms and throughout the organization by actively engaging students, families, and the school community in promoting students’ academic and behavioral health.
  Actual Outcomes as of 5/2018 Expected Outcomes
Parent Involvement    
Parent Engagement Participation Rate 2017-18: 46% participation, 21% increase, from individual sign-ins for Back to School Night, Junior Parent Meetings, Freshman Orientations, and Sophomore/Junior/Senior Information Nights/Grade Level Meetings. Increase parent engagement participation rate to 50%
Parent Education Participation Rate 2017-18: Total: 3705 sign-ins; 21% increase in attendance for parent education opportunities at all sites Increase the parent education participation rate by 4%
(Richstone, Parent Workshops, Parent Education Classes, Learning Walks, Conferences, and Parent Field Trips)
Parent Involvement Plan (PIP) 2017-18: The District garnered input from parents for the Parent Involvement Plan and subsequently gained approval for and distributed the plan at the following meetings:
DELAC: 12/4/2017, 2/5/2018
DPAC: 8/9/2017, 12/11/2017
Board Approval of PIP (Written Policy): 6/12/2018
The Parent Involvement Plan is updated with input from the DELAC and the DPAC and the action plan is fully implemented to increase parental and community involvement.
Student Engagement    
Attendance Rate 2014-15: 94.3%
2015-16: 94.4%, increased by 0.1%
2016-17: 93.6%, decreased by 0.8%
Increase the attendance rate to 96%
Chronic Absenteeism Rate HW, LW, LZ, LL 2014-15: 1,319 (19%)
2015-16: 1,531 (21%), increased by 2%
2016-17: 1,308 (20%), decreased by 1%
Decrease the chronic absenteeism rate to 18%
High School Dropout Rate 2016-17: 128 (7.9%), decreased by 3.4% Preliminary Decrease the dropout rate to 6%
High School Graduation Rate
2015-16:
1,254; Yellow - Status is low (84.2%),
            increased significantly by 5.3%
270 ELs; Yellow - Status is low (72.4%),  
               increased by 3.1%

2016-17 (
Preliminary):
1,295; Green - Status is medium (87.6%), 
           increased by 3.4%
82 ELs; Red - Status is very low (52.6%),
             declined significantly by 19.8%
Increase the graduation rate overall and all subgroups by increasing the "Status" and/or increasing the "Change" on the CA Dashboard.
School Climate    
Expulsion Rate 2015-16: 27 (0.4%), increased by 0.2%
2016-17: 5 (0.1%), decreased by 0.3%
Decrease the expulsion rate to 0.05%
Suspension Rate
2015-16:
169; Status is low (2.5%)
27 ELs; Status is low (2.6%)

2016-17:
236; Yellow - Status is low (3.5%),
        increased by 1.1%
30 ELs; Green - Status is low (2.5%),
             maintained at 0%
Decrease the suspension rate overall and all subgroups by decreasing the "Status" and/or decreasing the "Change" on the CA Dashboard.
California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS)
-State Percentile
-Similar Schools Percentile
2017-18:
State Percentile = TBD%
Similar Schools Percentile =TBD%
Increase the school climate state percentile to 92% and maintain the similar schools percentile at 98%
  
 
 
Goal 3 (State Priority Area - Conditions of Learning) Increase the alignment of district-level educational, fiscal, and human resources in order to better support schools in providing students access to college and career ready courses through the implementation of innovative, research-based programs and the Common Core State Standards.
  Actual Outcomes as of 5/2018 Expected Outcomes
Basic Services    
Teacher Misassignment Rate 2017-18: 6 (1.8%), decreased by 3.2% Eliminate teacher misassignments as reported by LACOE's teacher assignment monitoring division.
Student Lacking Own Copy of Textbook Rate 2017-18: LACOE Williams Sufficiency Visits declared all schools to have provided all students with the necessary instructional materials. Maintain 100% of students having access to standards-aligned instructional materials and textbooks, as reported by the LACOE visiting team.
Overall Facility Rating 2017-18: LACOE Williams Facilities Visits declared all schools to be in good condition regarding cleanliness, safety, and functionality. Maintain 100% of students having access to school facilities that are clean, safe, and functional, as reported by the LACOE visiting team.
California School Climate Survey Results 2017-18: 87% agree/strongly agree that his/her school site is a supportive and inviting place for staff to work (decreased by 1%) Increase the agree/strongly agree response rate to the survey statement, "This school is a supportive and inviting place for staff to work," to 90%
Implementation of Common Core State Standards    
CVUHSD Districtwide Common Assessments Data Protocol Participation Rate 2017-18: All Course Leads re-introduced the CVUHSD Data Protocol to all teachers. Some Course Teams produced evidence fo the use of hte CVUHSD Data Protocol. Due to inconsistent use of collaboration time, all sites have committed to 14 collaboration days to be used solely for the purpose of Department Collaboration and the implementation of the CVUHSD Data Protocol in the 2018-2019 school year. Course Leads ensure the CVUSHD Data Protocol is utilized by all teachers for the analysis of common assessments. All Course Teams will produce evidence of the use of the CVUHSD Data Protocol at least twice per month.
Learning Walk Rate 2017-18: 1,278 classroom observations conducted by District & Site administrators

Evidence of High-Yield Instructional Strategies
(0=Not Evident, 1=Emerging; 2=Evident)
Learning Environment: 1.4
Student Engagement: 1.25
Monitoring Student Learning: 1.10
Literacy: 0.08
College & Career Readiness: 1.23
Data collected through the DigiCoach online classroom walkthrough tool during district-level quarterly learning walks and site-level bi-monthly learning walks utilizing the DigiCoach online classroom walkthrough tool continues to reflect an increase in the frequency and quality of high-yield instructional strategies. 

Increase the # of classroom observations to 1,500
Increase evidence of each focus area by 0.25
Voluntary Peer Assistance Review (PAR) Teacher Participation Rate As of this LCAP reporting,negotiations for the 17-18 school year remain open; the District & the Centinela Valley Secondary Teachers Association (CVSTA) have not addressed the revision fo contract language related to PAR. The District will work collaboratively with the Centinela Valley Secondary Teachers Association (CVSTA) to revise contract language supporting teacher participation in PAR on both a voluntary and referral basis in preparation for the reinstatement of the PAR program in the 2019-20 school year. Teachers will be identified for the referral branch of the PAR program through the formal STULL evaluation process by May 2019.
Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) Schoolwide Site of Distinction Certification 2017-18: Alll three comprehensive schools (Hawthorne, Lawndale, Leuzinger) were deemed AVID Schoolwide Sites of Distinction. All three comprehensive schools (Hawthorne, Lawndale, Leuzinger) will maintain their status as AVID Schoolwide Sites of Distinction. At least one school site will be identified as eligible to apply for AVID Demonstration School status in the 2019-20 school year.
Course Access    
Career Technical Education (CTE) Course Enrollment Rate 2016-17: 889 (13.4%), increased by 0.9% Increase the percent of students enrolled in CTE courses to 15%
UC/CSU "A-G" Required Course Enrollment Rate 2016-17: 5,898 (97.8%), increased by 8.8% Increase the UC/CSU "A-G" required course enrollment rate to 98%