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Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District 1. 2 2014-2015 District Goals Revisited 1. Implementation, support and monitoring of the Common Core State Standards.

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1 Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District 1

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3 2014-2015 District Goals Revisited 1. Implementation, support and monitoring of the Common Core State Standards 2. Maintain a safe environment for students and staff 3. Maintain fiscal solvency, liquidity, and effective use of District resources 4. Maintain positive District and community relations 5. Function as a continually effective Governance Team 3

4 Three Year Educational Initiatives Planning document for departments within Educational Services Key initiatives will be highlighted Additional initiatives on full document Three year actions are not included for all initiatives 4

5 Implementation, support and monitoring of the Common Core State Standards 5

6 Opportunities for Student Learning Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 Public Safety Academy 1) School configuration is 5th through 10th 2) The site will need expanded science, physical education, and parking to support the expansion of school 3) The site will need expanded counseling/library support services 1) School configuration is 5th through 11th 2) The site will need expanded science, physical education, and parking to support the expansion of the school 3) The site will need expanded counseling/library support services 1) School configuration is 5th through 12th 2) The site will need expanded counseling/library support services Early College 1) 60 9th grade students at Solano College 2) Students take one college course and five FSUSD courses each semester 1) 120 9th and 10th grade students at Solano College 2) Students take one college course and five FSUSD courses each semester 1) 180 9th through 11th grade grade students at Solano College 2) 9th and 10th grade students take one college course and five FSUSD courses each semester 3) 11th grade students take two/three college courses and four FSUSD courses each semester 6

7 Opportunities for Student Learning Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 Independent Study/Virtual Learning 1) Expand Independent Study from 30 students to 50 students 2) Expand use of Advanced Academics for students who want a virtual learning setting 3) Independent Study staff create Virtual classes in English Language Arts 1) Expand Independent Study from 50 students to 80 students 2) Independent Study staff create virtual classes in History Social Sciences 3) Reduce the use of Advanced Academics by expanding the use of FSUSD created online learning courses 1) Expand Independent Study from 80 students to 110 students 2) Independent Study staff create virtual classes in mathematics 3) Reduce the use of Advanced Academics by expanding the use of FSUSD created online learning courses Career Technical Education 1) Develop and phase in a plan that responds to the need to expand the CTE program options in the district 2) Develop community partnerships to add internship opportunities in a variety of CTE pathways 1) Add at least one new CTE pathway at one of our comprehensive high schools 7

8 Opportunities for Student Learning Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 Dual Immersion (DI) 1) Develop CCSS Unit integration for Spanish instruction, provide professional development and implement 2) Continue work from 2013-14 to improve parent communication systems 3) Continue work on middle school DI courses and communicate 4) Complete revision of DI Master Plan 1) Continue to implement CCSS Units for DI Spanish instruction and provide coaching 2) Implement parent communication systems and expand based on need and input 3) Fully implement middle school courses and evaluate 4) Implement DI Master Plan and revise annually 1) Implement and refine 2) Implement and refine 3) Implement and refine 4) Implement DI master Plan and revise annually GATE Magnet 1) Revisit and rewrite the GATE plan 1) Implement a GATE pathway in all middle school 8

9 Opportunities for Student Learning Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 Dover Bridge to Success 1) Develop a plan that responds to attendance, academic, and perception data collected during the 2013-14 school year 1) Implement and monitor the plan that was developed during the 2014-15 school year Matt Garcia Learning Center 1) Develop a plan that responds to attendance, academic, and perception data collected during the 2013-14 school year 1) Implement and monitor the plan that was developed during the 2014-15 school year 1) Monitor and make the necessary adjustments to the plan Sem Yeto High School 1) Create and implement a plan to open satellite continuation programs at Fairfield and Rodriguez High School 1) Open a Sem Yeto Satellite at Fairfield High School 2) Open a Sem Yeto Satellite at Rodriguez High School 9

10 Early Learning Programs Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 Transitional Kindergarten (TK) 1) Expand TK classes to accommodate increased enrollment 2) Identify a center to include Transitional Kindergarten, Special Education preschool, and general education preschool 1) Expand TK classes to accommodate increased enrollment 2) Implement the Early Learning Center model Preschool 1) Identify a center to include Transitional Kindergarten, Special Education preschool, and general education preschool 1) Expand Preschool classes 2) Implement the Early Learning Center model 10

11 Technology & STEM Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 Ed Tech Specialists 1) Full support to elementary and middle school sites 2) Planning/training support to HS sites 1) Increase Ed Tech staff 2) Full support to all sites 1) Continue full support to all sites 2) Adjust staffing as needed STEM, including robotics and biotechnology 1) Establish a K-12 STEAM Committee that meets regularly to identify and address STEAM topics 2) Identify potential changes in program offerings to support already existing feeder patters K-12 Engineering 1) Expand PLTW to elementary and middle schools Coding 1) Identify/develop and pilot a K-12 curriculum scope and sequence to incorporate coding at all grade levels 1) Implement the K-12 curriculum scope and sequence to incorporate coding at all grade levels 11

12 Board Priorities Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 Class Size Reduction 1) Continue efforts to meet the 24:1 class size expectations for grades TK-3 Elementary Release Program through the use of specialists (Arts, Music & PE) 1) Two hours monthly district supported release 2) One hour monthly F- SUTA supported release 1) Three hours monthly district supported release 2) Continue to implement and monitor the plan 1) Four hours monthly district supported release 2) Continue to implement and monitor the plan Teach 4 Success 1) Continue efforts to implement research based instructional strategies 2) Continue to monitor and provide support 1) Continue efforts to implement research based instructional strategies 2) Continue to monitor and provide support 1) Continue efforts to implement research based instructional strategies 2) Continue to monitor and provide support 12

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14 Sullivan Interagency Youth Center Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 Attendance Initiatives 1) Hire 8 attendance liaisons 2) Train staff on ways to decrease absenteeism. 1) Create a truancy center with clinician and liaisons to support students who are picked up on daytime curfew 1) Create off campus suspension program housed at Sullivan Interagency Center In lieu of suspension programs 1) Continue in lieu of suspension program and Grange and include Crystal Middle School. Decrease suspension rate, utilize suspension as a last resort 1) Expand in lieu of suspension to include all middle schools and 9th grade 1) Expand in lieu of suspension program to include 10th grade 14

15 Support Services for Students Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 Career Counseling 1) Develop and phase in a plan that responds to attendance, academic, and perception data collected during the 2013-14 school year 1) Monitor and make the necessary adjustments to the plan Health Care Services 1) Training of Health Care Specialists and alignment of supervising School Nurses 1) Review and adjust staffing. 2) Continue monitoring and adjusting the program as necessary Social-Emotional Support Counseling 1) Develop and phase in a plan that responds to attendance, academic, and perception data collected during the 2013-14 school yea 1) Monitor and make the necessary adjustments to the plan Academic Counseling Develop and phase in a plan to inform, guide, monitor and support students K-12 academically 15

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17 Goals Revisited K-5 Elementary Schools 6-8 Middle Schools K-8 options throughout the District K–3 Class Size Reduction Long-range plan for Public Safety Academy Early Childhood Education Program 17

18 School Configurations Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 B Gale Wilson School 1) 5th - 6th grade English only elementary program continues 2) 7th - 8th grade middle school program continues 3) Elementary Dual Immersion continues 1) Comprehensive middle school program, 6th - 8th grade 2) Elementary Dual Immersion continues David A Weir Preparatory Academy 1) Expand to TK-8 Grade 2) School focus is college bound students with "No Excuses University" 1) Expand 1:1 devices E Ruth Sheldon Academy of Innovative Learning 1) Expand to 8th Grade 2) Expand devices to support 8th grade students 1) Expand 1:1 devices 18

19 School Configurations Program2014-20152015-20162016-2017 Suisun Valley 1) Expand to TK-8 2) Continue Agricultural/Science focus Oakbrook Visual and Performing Arts 1) Expand to TK-7 Grade 2) Develop and refine the Visual and Performing Arts Program (VAPA) plan 1) Expand to TK -8 2) Implement the VAPA plan 1) Implement and monitor the VAPA plan 19

20 Things Change We Strive to be Proactive AND Things Change: When we last closed elementary schools There was no Transitional Kindergarten (TK) Program K-3 Class Size Reduction was a Flexibility Program We had been in continuous declining enrollment We also Strive to be Thoughtful in our Approach to Dealing with these Changes 20

21 Facility Issues Laurel Creek current enrollment: 975 No room for TK or expansion to K-8 without additional facilities Grange Middle School current enrollment: 1,156 Lunch facilities inadequate for current population Public Safety Academy Amy Blanc site insufficient for full build-out (science labs, student parking) Special Education and Transitional Kindergarten Increases in enrollment impacting facilities Seven elementary schools at or near capacity 21

22 We Need Time to Plan 2014-2015 Planning Year 2015-2016 Implementation Year 22

23 Recommendation - Part #1 Re-open Amy Blanc Elementary School in 2015-16 Opens up space at Cleo Gordon Elementary and David Weir Preparatory Academy Allows Laurel Creek to go K-8 2014-15 – 978 – K-6 2015-16 – 847 – K-7 2016-17 - 914 – K-8 Eases pressure on Grange Middle School 2014-15 – 1,226 2015-16 – 1,210 2016-17 – 1,130 23

24 Recommendation – Part #2 Expand Public Safety Academy – currently 3 classes per grade level (4 in 7 th ) Current projections: 2013-14 – 491 – 5th-9th 2014-15 – 551 – 5th-10th 2015-16 – 641* – 5th-11th 2016-17 – 731* – 5th-12th *depending upon where grade level build-out occurs Recommend expansion of up to four classes per grade level Approximately 960 enrollment at full build-out In 2015-16: Move to Dover site Eases pressure on other sites depending upon who attends Provides adequate space for build-out: Provides better core facilities Science facilities available Large field spaces Increased parking 24

25 Recommendation – Part #3 Sem Yeto Main Campus – transitions to satellite programs on Fairfield and Rodriguez High School campuses 2013-14 – 271 @ Dover 2014-15 – 266 @ Dover 2015-16 Potential 61 additional @ Armijo High School Potential 173 @ Fairfield High School Potential 40 @ Rodriguez High School 25

26 Recommendation – Part #4 Bridge-to-Success – redefine Matt Garcia Learning Center (MGLC) program to align with Bridge-to-Success 2013-14 74 @ Dover 145 @ MGLC 2014-15 74 @ Dover 145 @ MGLC 2015-16 219 @ Matt Garcia Bridge Program 26

27 Recommendation – Part #5 Mary Bird Early Childhood Education Center 2014-15 Planning Year 2015-16 4 TK classes (AM/PM - 2 rooms) 2 Structured Class for Intensive Learning (SCIL) classes (full day program - 2 rooms) 4 Pre-School Special Day Classes (AM/PM - 2 rooms) Preschool Assessment Team relocated from Suisun Elementary (1 room) Move Phonological Program from Laurel Creek (1 room) 27

28 Recommended Grade Level Configurations School2013-142014-152015-162016-17 Amy Blanc n/a K-5 Cordelia Hills K-6 K-5 Crescent K-5 Fairview K-5 Cleo Gordon K-5 K. I. Jones K-6 K-5 Anna Kyle K-5 Laurel Creek K-6 K-7K-8 Nelda Mundy K-6 K-5 Oakbrook K-6K-7K-8 Rolling Hills K-6 K-5 Dan O. Root II K-5 28

29 Recommended Grade Level Configurations School2013-142014-152015-162016-17 E. Ruth Sheldon K-7K-8 Suisun Elementary K-5 Suisun Valley K-8 Tolenas K-5 David A. Weir K-7K-8 B. Gale Wilson D.I., 4-6 & 7-8 D. I., 5-6 & 7-8 D. I. & 6-8 D. I. & 6-8 Crystal 6-8 Grange 6-8 Green Valley 7-8 6-8 Public Safety Academy 5-95-105-115-12 29

30 Final Analysis of Goal Attainment K-5 Elementary Schools complete by 2015-16 6-8 Middle Schools complete by 2015-16 K-8 options throughout the District complete by 2016-17 K–3 Class Size Reduction addressed by 2015-16 with the reopening of Amy Blanc Elementary Long-range plan for Public Safety Academy complete by 2015-16 Early Childhood Education Program complete by 2015-16 30

31 “We are stubborn on vision. We are flexible on details.” ~Jeff Bezos “Flexibility is a requirement for survival.” ~Roger Von Oech 31


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