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Santiago High School AVID September 26, 2013. AVID Team Elective Teachers Kelli Kuberski – Coordinator (12 years) Kelli Kuberski – Coordinator (12 years)

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1 Santiago High School AVID September 26, 2013

2 AVID Team Elective Teachers Kelli Kuberski – Coordinator (12 years) Kelli Kuberski – Coordinator (12 years) Erica DuFault (8 years) Erica DuFault (8 years) David Allen (3 years) David Allen (3 years) Nancy Montiel (1 year) Nancy Montiel (1 year)Administration Dr. Lila Jenkins, Principal Dr. Lila Jenkins, Principal Tracy Conway-Witt, Assistant Principal Tracy Conway-Witt, Assistant Principal Judie Kirksey, Assistant Principal Judie Kirksey, Assistant Principal Thorsten Hegberg, Assistant Principal Thorsten Hegberg, Assistant PrincipalCounseling Jessie Pawling, AVID Lead Counselor Jessie Pawling, AVID Lead Counselor Maricela Romero Maricela Romero Wendy Hartman Wendy Hartman Veronica Carbajal Veronica Carbajal

3 AVID Site Team Math Sherri Foster Sherri Foster Sophea Cheng Sophea ChengEnglish Lori Rice Lori Rice Jennifer Ballard Jennifer Ballard Sheri Zoratti Sheri ZorattiScience Vickie Miller Vickie Miller Jeremy Khalaf Jeremy Khalaf Michelle Malme Michelle Malme Shannon Bennett Shannon BennettHistory Jesse Goodwin David Allen World Languages Nancy Montiel Ariene Borutzki Rene Murguia Dante UrzuaElectives Will Okura

4 Demographics Demographics for Santiago High Santiago High School has a current enrollment of 2,356. Latino: 81% Asian: 14% White: 3% Fillipino: 1% 79.7 % of students are on free/reduced lunch. Demographics for Santiago AVID Santiago High AVID has a current enrollment of 464 students. Latino: 91% Asian: 7% White: 1% 89.9% of AVID students are on free/reduced lunch.

5 AVID Enrollment and Retention 9101112 Overall Retention Class of 2014 14313292%11990%? Class of 2013 11310088.5%8989%7179.8%62.8% Class of 2012 11410995.6%10394.5%8077.7%70.2% Class of 2011 1049894.2%8889.8%6877.3%65.4% Class of 2010 656498.5%5687.5%4885.7%73.8%

6 Retention Male-female ratio 2011-12 – 61% female, 39% male 2011-12 – 61% female, 39% male 2012-13 – 57.8% female, 42.2% male 2012-13 – 57.8% female, 42.2% male Inclusion of a male AVID teacher, David Allen New program after school for freshmen and sophomores with below a 2.0 GPA

7 Year Sections 20032 20043 20053 20064 20076 20089 200912 201012 201112 201214 201314

8 College Entrance Comparison – AVID & SHS Seniors YearSaniago AVID 200520.80%83% 200628.90%91% 200735.90%95% 200834.20%88% 200937.60%93% 201046.70%88% 201154.10%95% 201248.70%92.20%

9 AVID/Non AVID/Total Population College Entrance Year Year Total Population Non-AVIDAVID 200834.20%30.20%88% 200937.60%29.07%92.85% 201046.70%37.50%87.50% 201154.10%48.10%95.20% 201248.70%48.10%92.2%

10 College Entrance Completion by Ethnicity

11 District Wide 4 Year AVID University Attendance

12 2012 GGUSD Four Year College Attendance High School Number of AVID Seniors AVID Seniors Attending 4-Year School % Attending 4-year School Bolsa Grande 372567.6% Garden Grove 352571.4% La Quinta 472553.2% Los Amigos 462860.9% Pacifica9666.7% Rancho Alamitos 501938% Santiago775976.7%

13 Scholarship Money - $88,000 AVID Seniors 2011

14 Scholarship Money - $124,000 AVID Seniors - 2012

15 AVID Highlights Santiago High School 2009-2012

16 College Going Culture “A-G” letter in every classroom “A-G” requirements poster in each classroom College Fairs (district and school) Mondays are college t-shirt day WICR posters in rooms Unofficial mentoring by AVID students

17 College Going Culture Student created posters for teachers highlighting colleges and degrees Guidance Office wall lists students and their college acceptances Numerous teacher classrooms with college banners and student college acceptances Spanish and Boys and Girls Club provides College field trips

18 Tutors 20 AVID Tutors 100% are Santiago AVID Graduates 100% are Santiago AVID Graduates 100% at Four -Year Universities 100% at Four -Year Universities Longevity of tutors Longevity of tutors 35% - 3 years or more (7 tutors) 20% - 2 years (4 tutors) 45% - 1 year (9 tutors)

19 Rigor 2012-139101112Total # Students in AP Courses 2578262203 % AVID in AP Courses 1%43%69%87%

20 Professional Development 33% of faculty and administrators have attended Summer Institute and/or AVIDizing (Path training)

21 Professional Development cont. Focused Note-taking training Dec. 2011 – 100% staff trained Dec. 2011 – 100% staff trained Sept. 2012 – 76.4% voluntarily attended FNT Follow- up Sept. 2012 – 76.4% voluntarily attended FNT Follow- up Nov. 2012 - 100% attended FNT revision workshop presented by AVID teachers Nov. 2012 - 100% attended FNT revision workshop presented by AVID teachersTutorology 2012 – All AVID teachers attended Path for updated Tutorial curriculum and training 2012 – All AVID teachers attended Path for updated Tutorial curriculum and training Nov. 2012 – 100% faculty attended tutorology workshop for content teachers Nov. 2012 – 100% faculty attended tutorology workshop for content teachers

22 Thank you! Questions and Comments


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