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Tier III State Resources An Opportunity to Sweep As it Relates to K-12 Summer School Program Funding Prepared by Dr. Washer Dr. Douglas Mr. Douglas Barge.

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1 Tier III State Resources An Opportunity to Sweep As it Relates to K-12 Summer School Program Funding Prepared by Dr. Washer Dr. Douglas Mr. Douglas Barge Mr. Neil Young Y:\Business Services\Budget\ \Adopted\Income\Summer School

2 Table of Contents DESCRIPTIONPAGE # Introduction Financial Impact Options Next Steps Next Steps Timeline Recommendations Next Steps K – 6 & Other i

3 Introduction  In balancing its budget, the State grouped many restricted programs into three “Tiers”  Programs in Tier III were impacted to the greatest extent  Funding was reduced nearly 20%  Flexibility was provided to districts allowing these resources to be swept into unrestricted accounts  The loss of funding has caused a strain on the District’s ability to provide services  Flexibility can provide an opportunity to address the overall funding needs of the District 1

4 Financial Impact A. Elementary Schools$ 205,132 B. Middle Schools129,949 C. Senior High Schools 287,974 D. Total Reduction in Summer School$ 623,055 DescriptionBudget 2

5 Options Considered  Continue the Program as in the past  Pros: Continuation of the program  Cons: Will require additional unrestricted resources  Restructure programs to reflect a reduced allocation from the State  Pros: Implementation of a reduced program  Cons: Does not take advantage of the sweep opportunity  Redistribute the limited resources and take advantage of the sweeping opportunities provided by the State  Pros: Provides support to other hourly programs and allows resources to be swept into the unrestricted budget  Cons: Summer school program is eliminated 3

6 Next Steps 9-12  Addressing the needs of high school students:  Potential Non-Grad Seniors will be provided up to 20 credits of Adult School to meet graduation requirements. January to June 2010  Senior Project Lab will be put in place to support students who do not pass their Senior Project graduation requirement. June 2010  Odysseyware and Cyber High online high school courses will be offered as credit recovery for students of greatest need. January

7 Next Steps 9-12 cont…  Addressing the needs of undergraduate high school students:  Look into fee based Driver’s Education for undergraduates  Look into providing other fee based credit recovery classes for elective credits through Adult School  Utilize Odysseyware and Cyber High online high school courses for other elective credits 5

8 Next Steps 7-8  Addressing the needs of middle school students:  Continue with before and after school site based intervention/tutoring in conjunction with Lodi USD Bridge Program utilizing current Lodi USD teachers and Para-Professionals  Continue with Strategic Intervention for English Language Learners and students scoring below basic or far below basic on California Standards Tests  Continue with the Summer Bridge Program at Bear Creek and McNair High Schools for incoming Freshman paid for through ASSETs (After School Safety for Teens Grant) funds 6

9 Next Steps K-6  Addressing the needs of K-6 students:  Continue with after school site based intervention/tutoring in conjunction with Lodi USD Bridge Program utilizing current Lodi USD teachers and Para-Professionals  Continue with the six hour weekly Academic Intervention at non-Bridge K-6 Sites  Proceed with District Supplemental Education Services (SES) application for additional academic support for participating students ($ per student) 7

10 Next Steps Other  Addressing the needs of Migrant Students:  Work in collaboration with Migrant Education to continue with credit recovery at the Harney Camp through Cyber High for Migrant Education students  Utilize the McNair, Morada, and Live Oak Bridge Programs for Migrant Academic Support  Work in collaboration with Migrant Education to provide summer curriculum support utilizing the Summer Success curriculum currently adopted by Lodi USD for summer academic support 8

11 Timeline  Timeline for notification  Parent/Student Notification December 2009  Principal/Teacher Notification December 2009  Potential Non-Grad Senior Adult School enrollment January-June 2010  Private School Notification December

12 Recommendation  Redirect remaining resources to support the regular school year hourly programs  Take advantage of the opportunity to sweep resources and provide support to the unrestricted portion of the General Fund budget in order to assist with a balanced budget 10

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