Presentation on theme: "2007-08 Progress Report on Goals and Objectives Gary McHenry Superintendent Mt. Diablo Unified School District."— Presentation transcript:
Progress Report on Goals and Objectives Gary McHenry Superintendent Mt. Diablo Unified School District
Changing Demographics Student Enrollment
Changing Demographics Student Ethnicity Since White population has declined 14% Hispanic population has increased by 12%
Changing Demographics English Language Learners
Changing Demographics Special Education Students
Changing Demographics Gifted and Talented Students
Changing Demographics Homeless and Foster Youth
Review of Progress Made on Goals and Objectives Improve the achievement of all students and close the achievement gap.
Achievement A.Percent Proficient and Advanced English/Language Arts
Achievement A.Percent Proficient and Advanced Mathematics
Achievement B.Grades: 9 th Graders with F in English, Math # of Students English Math # Fs% Fs # Fs% Fs African American American Indian Asian Filipino Hispanic White 1,
Achievement C.Credits Earned by High School Students
Achievement D.Students by Ethnicity passing CAHSEE, English
Achievement D.Students by Ethnicity passing CAHSEE, Math
Achievement E.Graduates by Ethnicity
Review of Progress Made on Goals and Objectives Improve Average Daily Attendance.
Attendance Regular Education
Review of Progress Made on Goals and Objectives Insure access to all programs and services for all students. Eliminate barrier to enrollment for all students.
Access A.Athletics, Fall-Winter
Access A.Athletics, Spring
Access B.Career Transition
Access C.Honors Courses
Access D.Leadership Courses
Access E.Performing Arts
Access F.Visual Arts
Access G.8 th Graders Enrolled in Algebra I Spring 2008 School # 8th Graders Total # in Algebra % in Algebra % A's% B's% C's % Passing Diablo View %40.2%35.9%16.2%92.3% El Dorado %27.0%27.8%21.4%76.2% Foothill %33.3%37.0%22.2%92.6% Glenbrook %42.9%32.7%12.2%87.8% Oak Grove %32.3%20.4%14.0%66.7% Pine Hollow %27.3%11.4%23.3%61.9% Pleasant Hill %42.2%11.7%23.4%77.3% Riverview %23.3%24.4%25.2%73.0% Sequoia %16.0%27.2%32.5%75.7% Valley View %34.8%25.9%19.6%80.4% DISTRICT2,7091,37551%29.7%24.6%22.6%76.9%
Review of Progress Made on Goals and Objectives Improve maintenance and facilities and the appearance of the grounds.
Maintenance D.Transportation Miles, Home-to-School trips Special Education724,8099 Regular Education 482,125 Total1,206,934 Additional Trips Trip categoryCost# Trips# Passengers# Miles Athletic$211, ,22131,42421,085 Band28, ,0023,578 Community94, ,04114,518 Educational*388, ,52371,69566,658 Water Environment11, ,6213,049 Music3, Other7, ,0111,155 Total$745, ,392131,357110,492 * An additional $307, was invoiced against the No Child Left Behind Program.
Review of Progress Made on Goals and Objectives New Program Initiatives Career Integrated Academics Student Information System Strategic Planning Process
Program Initiatives A.Career Integrated Academics (CIA) Career Integrated Academics and Instructional Practice ALL students will graduate ready to attend an Institution of Higher Education (IHE). ALL students will graduate ready to participate in a career or employment opportunity. The CHOICE of which direction to pursue will be the STUDENTS. Commitment to ALL students Pre K – 12 and Adult Education Student Access, Opportunity and Choice College Ready – Work Ready
Program Initiatives A.Career Integrated Academics (CIA) Number of High School Students completing CTE sequence of courses
Program Initiatives A.Career Integrated Academics (CIA) Accounting Art Design Auto Technology BioTechnology Business Child Development Clothing & Fashion Design Commercial Art Computer Applications, Programming, & Systems Computer Graphics/Web Design Education & Teaching Electronics Environmental Technology Foods, Culinary Arts, Restaurant Careers & Tourism Forensics Interior Design Hands On Technology – Middle School Exploratory Metal Technology Multi-Media Photography Pre-Engineering Radio Communications Sports Medicine Video Production Woodworking & Construction Technology Grade 7 – 12 Courses
Program Initiatives A.Career Integrated Academics (CIA) Adult School Program 668 adults earned CTE Certificate of Completion in Examples of Career Technical Education Certificate training areas: Account Clerk Bus Occupations/Admin. Assist. Certified Nurse Assistant Computer Operator Customer Service Dental Assistant Medical Assistant Pharmacy Technician Sterile Processor Surgical Technician Veterinary Assistant
Middle School Technology Centers All 10 middle schools Hands-on exploratory technology lab Modules include: Aerospace Environmental Aerodynamic Electronic Multimedia Manufacturing Many other technologies Program Initiatives A.Career Integrated Academics (CIA)
High School Technology Centers Clayton Valley HS:Pre-Engineering College Park HS:Graphic Arts, Photography and Audio Recording/Video Production Concord HS:Bio-Technology Mt. Diablo HS:Construction/Manufacturing/ Engineering Northgate HS:Communications Ygnacio Valley HS:Electronics/Industrial Technology Olympic HS:Green/Information Technology Program Initiatives A.Career Integrated Academics (CIA)
California Partnerships and Other Academies Clayton ArtsClayton Valley HS Communications & Human ServicesConcord HS Fine Arts, Media, Entertainment (FAME)Mt. Diablo HS Bio-TechnologyMt. Diablo HS Construction/Manufacturing/EngineeringMt. Diablo HS Digital Safari MultimediaMt. Diablo HS International Hospitality & TourismMt. Diablo HS Careers in EducationYgnacio Valley HS Health CareersYgnacio Valley HS Program Initiatives A.Career Integrated Academics (CIA)
Aeries software fully installed Elementary Middle and High Schools, Alternative Ed. 1,000 secondary teachers will be using the Aeries system for attendance and grade reporting before the end of September Special Education software will be installed on or before the end of March Training: 1,950 participants in 180 different sessions. Program Initiatives B.Student Information System (SIS)
Two Board Study Sessions June 21, 2008 August 9, 2008 Program Initiatives C.Strategic Planning Process
Review of Progress Made on Goals and Objectives Maintain sound fiscal procedures and practices.
Fiscal procedures and practices A.Revenues and Expenditures
Audited Actuals Estimated Actuals Adopted Budget Revenues$294,809,018$296,167,710$279,835,859 Expenditures$290,845,862$314,688,278$286,302,869 Net Revenue less Expenditures$3,963,156($18,520,568)($6,467,010)
Fiscal procedures and practices B.Budget Management Budget Reductions Board approved $15 million in cuts to budget in six months (Jan-June 2008) Impact of budget reductions Administration, site and district Class Size Clerical Custodial, Grounds Elective Classes Personnel Research and Evaluation Special Education Student Services Technology Support
Fiscal procedures and practices B.Budget Management FCMAT Recommendations 80% complete Budget Advisory Committee established Revenue Enhancements Parcel tax Grants Annual Grant Awards$5,408,926$5,793,982$7,723,714$14,030,104 % increase over previous years income n/a7%25%45% Academic/Professional Development$12,997,608 Technology$59,746 School Climate and Safety$27,000 Arts & Enrichment$116,000 Youth & Community Development$95,000 Nutrition and Physical Fitness$728,750 Mini grants$6,000 Total$14,030,104
Review of Progress Made on Goals and Objectives Other Issues
Other issues: Student Discipline
Other issues From the community... Major issues identified at a series of community meetings, Spring 2008 Increase and expand communications Provide better customer service Increase academic rigor (more AP classes) Promote thriving school cultures Support all students to be successful Improve recruitment and retention of teachers and other employees Settle employee contracts to ensure labor peace
Review of Progress Made on Goals and Objectives What Does the Data Show?
Conclusions... We are improving achievement, but we have not closed the achievement gap. Examine school practices where there is extraordinary improvement. Set some specific targets: test scores, grades, access. We have done a tremendous job maintaining and improving our facilities. We still have work to do on student access to classes and programs Riverview Middle School enrolled more than 90% of 8 th graders in Algebra I. We need to look at other areas.
Conclusions... We need to continue to focus on improving attendance. Examine all factors. Not reflected in the data... Holbrook and Sun Terrace elementary and Glenbrook Middle have become professional learning communities. Are there other schools that are working on developing a professional learning community? We need to improve math and science education. Business and industry is demanding this and willing to help support our schools in this process.