LCFF Budget Overview for Parents - Ocsa

 
LCFF Budget Overview for Parents
Local Educational Agency (LEA) Name: OCSA
CDS Code: 30 66670 3030723
Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) Year: 2019-2020
LEA contact information: Sally Lopez, 714-560-0900, sally.lopez@ocsarts.net

School districts receive funding from different sources: state funds under the Local Control Funding
Formula (LCFF), other state funds, local funds, and federal funds. LCFF funds include a base level of
funding for all LEAs and extra funding - called "supplemental and concentration" grants - to LEAs based
on the enrollment of high needs students (foster youth, English learners, and low-income students).

                                    Budget Overview for the 2019-2020 LCAP Year
                      All federal funds, $75,000
                                  , 0%             Projected Revenue by Fund Source
                                                                                           All Other LCFF funds,
                                                                                            $18,814,070 , 59%

   All local funds,
    $9,800,000 ,
         30%
                                                        Total LCFF funds,
                                                        $19,681,603 , 62%

                                                                               LCFF supplemental &
                                                                               concentration grants ,
                                                                                  $867,533 , 3%
               All other state funds,
                  $2,550,000 , 8%

This chart shows the total general purpose revenue OCSA expects to receive in the coming year from all
                                               sources.

The total revenue projected for OCSA is $32,106,603.00, of which $19,681,603.00 is Local Control
Funding Formula (LCFF), $2,550,000.00 is other state funds, $9,800,000.00 is local funds, and
$75,000.00 is federal funds. Of the $19,681,603.00 in LCFF Funds, $867,533.00 is generated based on
the enrollment of high needs students (foster youth, English learner, and low-income students).

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LCFF Budget Overview for Parents
The LCFF gives school districts more flexibility in deciding how to use state funds. In exchange, school
districts must work with parents, educators, students, and the community to develop a Local Control and
Acccountability Plan (LCAP) that shows how they will use these funds to serve students.

                                         Budgeted Expenditures
  $ 35,000,000

  $ 30,000,000

  $ 25,000,000
                                Total Budgeted General
  $ 20,000,000                    Fund Expenditures
                                      $29,900,000
  $ 15,000,000

  $ 10,000,000

   $ 5,000,000
                                                                    Total Budgeted
                                                                 Expenditures in LCAP
           $0
                                                                       $346,000

  This chart provides a quick summary of how much OCSA plans to spend for 2019-2020. It shows how
                   much of the total is tied to planned actions and services in the LCAP.

OCSA plans to spend $29,900,000.00 for the 2019-2020 school year. Of that amount, $346,000.00 is tied
to actions/services in the LCAP and $29,554,000.00 is not included in the LCAP. The budgeted
expenditures that are not included in the LCAP will be used for the following:

Personnel, Facilities, Other (marketing, insurance, legal counsel, technical support, general and admin
costs, instructional supplies, etc.)

             Increased or Improved Services for High Needs Students in 2019-2020

In 2019-2020, OCSA is projecting it will receive $867,533.00 based on the enrollment of foster youth,
English learner, and low-income students. OCSA must demonstrate the planned actions and services will
increase or improve services for high needs students compared to the services all students receive in
proportion to the increased funding it receives for high needs students. In the LCAP, OCSA plans to
spend $346,000.00 on actions to meet this requirement. The additional improved services described in
the LCAP include the following:

The actions/services in the LCAP will help improve services for high need students by enabling teachers
to provide targeted intervention to students based on need identified through state assessments, grades,
etc. Additionally, providing access to instructional technology was benefical for the students who do not
have access at home.

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LCFF Budget Overview for Parents
  Update on Increased or Improved Services for High Needs Students in 2018-2019

                  Current Year Expenditures: Increased or Improved Services for High
                                           Needs Students

       Total Budgeted Expenditures for High
                                                                                                                          $798,500
       Needs Students in the LCAP

       Estimated Actual Expenditures for High                                                                           $779,800
       Needs Students in LCAP

                                                $0   $ 100,000$ 200,000$ 300,000$ 400,000$ 500,000$ 600,000$ 700,000$ 800,000$ 900,000

This chart compares what OCSA budgeted last year in the LCAP for actions and services that contribute
 to increasing or improving services for high needs students with what OCSA estimates it has spent on
  actions and services that contribute to increasing or improving services for high needs students in the
                                                current year.

In 2018-2019, OCSA's LCAP budgeted $798,500.00 for planned actions to increase or improve services
for high needs students. OCSA estimates that it will actually spend $779,800.00 for actions to increase or
improve services for high needs students in 2018-2019. The difference between the budgeted and actual
expenditures of $18,700.00 had the following impact on OCSA's ability to increase or improve services for
high needs students:

This difference did not impact the actions and services for high needs students as the difference was
caused by reduced rates on professional development and less teacher release days being utilized.

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LCAP Year (select from 2017-18, 2018-19, 2019-20)

                                                                                                    2019-2020

Local Control
                                                            Addendum: General instructions & regulatory requirements.
Accountability Plan                                         Appendix A: Priorities 5 and 6 Rate Calculations

and Annual Update                                           Appendix B: Guiding Questions: Use as prompts (not limits)
                                                            California School Dashboard: Essential data to support
                                                            completion of this LCAP. Please analyze the LEA’s full data
(LCAP) Template                                             set; specific links to the rubrics are also provided within the
                                                            template.

             LEA Name                       Contact Name and Title                         Email and Phone

  Orange County School of the                                                    Sally.lopez@ocsarts.net; 714-
                                       Sally Lopez, Dean of Instruction
  Arts                                                                           560-0900 x. 6356

2017-20 Plan Summary
The Story
Describe the students and community and how the LEA serves them.

The mission of the Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA) is to provide an unparalleled arts and academic
education in a creative, challenging, and nurturing environment to a diverse student body passionate about the
arts, preparing them to reach their highest potential. Founded in 1987 and still led by visionary Founder and
Executive Director Dr. Ralph Opacic, OCSA has grown from a small after-school arts program to become a full
time, innovative public charter arts school which embraces and encourages artistic creativity and academic
excellence. We were one of the first public arts schools founded in California, and the only full-time,
comprehensive public charter arts high school in Orange County. The school currently serves more than 2,100
culturally diverse and gifted students in grades 7-12 from 120 cities and five counties throughout Southern
California. The diversity of our student population is reflective of our service area: 42% Caucasian and 56%
ethnic minorities. Over 200 of our students are Free and Reduced Lunch students and 14% come from our
home city of Santa Ana. Nearly 200 of our students travel to school on the Metrolink commuter train daily from
great distances, and many families specifically move to the area to enroll their children in the school. Students
with a passionate interest in the arts and a strong academic background are encouraged to apply. Acceptance
to OCSA is based on a review of the student’s application, their academic records, and a juried audition or
portfolio review. The process is very competitive; only about 20% (it changes year to year) of the students who
apply are accepted due to instructional space limitations and more importantly, the enforcement of a small
teacher/student ratio in both the academics and arts classes. The school is a tuition-free, donation-dependent,
public charter school; no student is admitted or denied based on family financial capacity.

LCAP Highlights
Identify and briefly summarize the key features of this year’s LCAP.

This year’s LCAP continues to be directly aligned with our WASC Action Plan as we are entering our third year
of our 6 year accreditation and Action Plan. We will continue to focus on providing a rigorous and supportive
learning environment to prepare our students for college and career by improving the use of instructional
technology, and developing supports for our students and teachers to ensure positive academic, social and
emotional development.

Review of Performance
Based on a review of performance on the state indicators and local performance indicators included in the
California School Dashboard, progress toward LCAP goals, local self-assessment tools, stakeholder input, or
other information, what progress is the LEA most proud of and how does the LEA plan to maintain or build
upon that success? This may include identifying any specific examples of how past increases or improvements
in services for low-income students, English learners, and foster youth have led to improved performance for
these students.

Greatest Progress

We are proud of the culture we have created and continue to maintain at OCSA, as 83% of students feel
connected and engaged at OCSA and 93% of students believe are in a safe and positive learning environment
during their academic classes. Additionally, we are proud of our instructional technology program, as all
academic classrooms have class sets of devices, and 85% of teachers feel supported and appropriately
trained on technology implementation. Further support of this success is exemplified by the fact that 96% of
students agree that academic teachers regularly use technology in a beneficial way, and 87% of students
agree that the classroom sets of Chromebooks are positively impacting learning. Finally, we are extremely
proud of the progress our counseling team has made in supporting our students as well as the professional
development we have offered to teachers to help them support students with social, emotional and
developmental needs.

Referring to the California School Dashboard, identify any state indicator or local performance indicator for
which overall performance was in the “Red” or “Orange” performance category or where the LEA received a
“Not Met” or “Not Met for Two or More Years” rating. Additionally, identify any areas that the LEA has
determined need significant improvement based on review of local performance indicators or other local
indicators. What steps is the LEA planning to take to address these areas with the greatest need for
improvement?

Greatest Needs

We do not have any overall performance category in the “red” or “orange” or rated as “Not Met” or “Not Met for
Two or More Years.”

Referring to the California School Dashboard, identify any state indicator for which performance for any student
group was two or more performance levels below the “all student” performance. What steps is the LEA
planning to take to address these performance gaps?

Performance Gaps

For our student group data, our White and Socioeconomically Disadvantaged student groups are “orange” for
Chronic Absenteeism. We are working to revise our attendance probation policy and procedures to address
this need.
Comprehensive Support and Improvement
An LEA with a school or schools identified for comprehensive support and improvement (CSI) under
the Every Student Succeeds Act must respond to the following prompts.
Schools Identified
Identify the schools within the LEA that have been identified for CSI.

N/A

Support for Identified Schools
Describe how the LEA supported the identified schools in developing CSI plans that included a school-level
needs assessment, evidence-based interventions, and the identification of any resource inequities to be
addressed through the implementation of the CSI plan.

N/A

Monitoring and Evaluating Effectiveness
Describe how the LEA will monitor and evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of the CSI plan to
support student and school improvement.

N/A
Annual Update
LCAP Year Reviewed: 2018-19
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s goals from the prior year LCAP. Duplicate the table as needed.

Goal 1
Students will demonstrate college and career readiness by mastering content standards and demonstrating proficiency on school wide
learner outcomes (SLOs).

State and/or Local Priorities addressed by this goal:

State Priorities: 2, 4, 7
Local Priorities:

Annual Measurable Outcomes
                              Expected                                                              Actual
                                                                            7th – 90% met or exceeded standard (1% increase)
 Increase % of students who meet or exceed standards in math by
                                                                            8th – 84% met or exceeded standard (5% increase)
 2%
                                                                            11th – 73% met or exceeded standard (3% increase)

                                                                            7th – 90% met or exceeded standard (Maintained)
 Increase % of students who meet or exceed standards by 2% or
                                                                            8th – 90% met or exceeded standard (5% increase)
 maintain 90% met/exceed status
                                                                            11th –89% met or exceeded standard (3% decrease)

 Maintain UC Readiness rate above 90%                                       90% UC/CSU Readiness rate

 Increase % of students who demonstrate college readiness                   84.5% prepared for college/career (1.2% decrease)

 Increase number of students enrolled in AP classes and increase            3% decrease in number of students enrolled in AP classes
 % of students scoring 3 or higher on exams                                 12% increase in the number of AP exams being administered
Actions / Services
Duplicate the Actions/Services from the prior year LCAP and complete a copy of the following table for each. Duplicate the table as needed.

Action 1
                  Planned                                       Actual                             Budgeted                 Estimated Actual
              Actions/Services                             Actions/Services                       Expenditures               Expenditures

  1. Release time and professional
     development to support collaboration
     and creation of common units and
     assessments.                              Release time and professional                1a. $3,000                  1a. $2,000
       a. AP Conferences                       development to support collaboration and
                                                                                            1b. $18,000                 1b. $7,000
       b. Curriculum team release days         creation of common units and
           for PD                              assessments.                                 1c. $10,000                 1c. $13,000
       c. Professional Development
           Grants and Incentivized PD
           program

  2. Assessment and intervention
                                               Assessment and intervention programs to
     programs to identify and support
                                               identify and support underperforming         $7500                       $7500
     underperforming students in math and
                                               students in math and ELA
     ELA

  3. New Curriculum Lead positions to          New Curriculum Lead positions to
     develop SLO assessment plan, plan         develop SLO assessment plan, plan
     professional development for              professional development for curriculum
                                                                                            $12,500                     $12,500
     curriculum teams, coordinate teacher      teams, coordinate teacher rounds, and
     rounds, and manage/guide curriculum       manage/guide curriculum maps and
     maps and course content                   course content

Analysis
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s goals from the prior year LCAP. Duplicate the table as needed. Use actual
annual measurable outcome data, including performance data from the LCFF Evaluation Rubrics, as applicable.
Cell

Describe the overall implementation of the actions/services to achieve the articulated goal.
Two AP teachers attended summer AP institutes to ensure curriculum alignment and grading of AP content and assessments. Additionally, five
middle school science teachers participated in 4 release days throughout the year to develop NGSS aligned curriculum, and five high school biology
teachers participated in 3 release days and one summer work day to develop NGSS aligned curriculum for full implementation next year. Nine
academic teachers were awarded professional development grants ranging from $125 to $2000 to attend curriculum based conferences throughout
the year. Finally, the OCSA Badge Project awarded 182 badges to academic teachers demonstrating mastery of specific technology skills including
implementation of Actively Learn, Google Classroom, and Pear Deck, to name a few.
iReady math diagnostic exams were administered to students who were identified as having a need for intervention and students participated in
iReady instruction at home and during the school’s Block 7 tutorial.
Five academic teachers served as Curriculum Leads for their curriculum teams. The Curriculum Leads facilitated the development of curriculum
team goals, team meetings and professional development days.

Describe the overall effectiveness of the actions/services to achieve the articulated goal as measured by the LEA.

AP Summer Institutes prepare our teachers to design AP curriculum that is rigorous, yet balanced, so our students are challenged to engage in
critical thinking, reading and writing and are supported along the way. These professional development workshops are critical as we launch new AP
classes, including the AP Capstone program.
Providing release time for our middle school and high school science teachers to develop NGSS aligned curriculum enabled them to completely
redesign their units so they can effectively teach a three dimensional approach to science and assess students on the Performance Expectations.
As a result of the release time, our Biology team has renamed the course to Biology of the Living Earth and we have eliminated our Biology Honors
class as we believe the newly developed curriculum will meet the needs of a wide range of learners.
Professional Development grants have become a great way to support our teachers in receiving personalized professional development. Teachers
have the opportunity to attend a conference of their choice and are then encouraged to implement ideas in their classrooms and share their findings
with colleagues. This is one way to address the need for curriculum specific professional development that our teachers regularly ask for.

Explain material differences between Budgeted Expenditures and Estimated Actual Expenditures.

Not all curriculum teams utilized the allocated release days to develop curriculum and assessments.

Describe any changes made to this goal, expected outcomes, metrics, or actions and services to achieve this goal as a result of this
analysis and analysis of the LCFF Evaluation Rubrics, as applicable. Identify where those changes can be found in the LCAP.

We have developed a SLO Assessment Plan Committee to work on the creation of an SLO Assessment Plan as the curriculum leads were unable
to accomplish this given their duties and time constraints (Goal 1).
We will be launching a math intervention class to support struggling students in Integrated I and Integrated II so they can successfully complete our
graduation requirements and be better prepared for higher level math classes.
Goal 2
Students will have equitable access to rigorous and relevant learning tools and resources and will acquire 21st century technology skills.

State and/or Local Priorities addressed by this goal:

State Priorities: 1, 4
Local Priorities:

Annual Measurable Outcomes
                                  Expected                                                                     Actual

 2200 devices on campus                                                              2200 devices on campus

 100% of teachers using devices to improve teaching and learning                     85% of teachers agree that there is sufficient support/training
 in classroom                                                                         on technology implementation

 6 teachers participate in Digital Fellow Program                                    6 teachers participated in Digital Fellow Program

                                                                                     96% of students agree that academic teachers regularly use
                                                                                      technology in a beneficial way
 Increased student satisfaction rate of digital devices                              87% of students agree that the class sets of Chromebooks are
                                                                                      positively impacting learning

Actions / Services
Duplicate the Actions/Services from the prior year LCAP and complete a copy of the following table for each. Duplicate the table as needed.

Action 1
                   Planned                                      Actual                                Budgeted                 Estimated Actual
               Actions/Services                            Actions/Services                          Expenditures               Expenditures

 Release time for science and social
                                               Release time for science teachers to
 science teachers to find/develop online                                                       $12,000                      $4000
                                               find/develop online resources
 resources
Planned                                        Actual                            Budgeted                Estimated Actual
              Actions/Services                              Actions/Services                      Expenditures              Expenditures

 Digital learning coach to mentor 6 fellows    Digital learning coach to mentor 6 fellows
 and provide coaching and co teaching          and provide coaching and co teaching
                                                                                            $30,000                     $30,000
 opportunities to incorporate technology       opportunities to incorporate technology
 into the classroom                            into the classroom

 Implement classroom sets of devices in all    Implement classroom sets of devices in
 academic classroom with Class Hub             all academic classroom with Class Hub
 device management software and suite of       device management software and suite of
                                                                                            $600,000                    $600,000
 technology resources including Gale           technology resources including Gale
 Research Databases, Actively Learn, G         Research Databases, Actively Learn, G
 Suite, and Aeries Communication               Suite, and Aeries Communication

Analysis
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s goals from the prior year LCAP. Duplicate the table as needed. Use actual
annual measurable outcome data, including performance data from the LCFF Evaluation Rubrics, as applicable.
Cell

Describe the overall implementation of the actions/services to achieve the articulated goal.

The middle school science teachers had 20 hours of summer collaboration time and 4 release days to find and create online instructional resources.
Our Digital Learning Coach mentored 6 digital fellows this year and worked to help them incorporate instructional technology into their curriculum.
Additionally, our Digital Learning Coach developed the OCSA Badge Project, an incentivized PD program, where teachers could acquire technology
skills and then demonstrate their mastery of skills to earn badges and a chance to win prizes.
All classrooms were assigned a Chromecart and class set of Chromebook devices. We purchased the following school wide subscriptions to
support technology implementation: Gale Database, Pear Deck, Actively Learn, Class Hub, Akindi

Describe the overall effectiveness of the actions/services to achieve the articulated goal as measured by the LEA.

The Digital Fellowship program provided support for 6 teachers which increased and improved the use of instructional technology in their
classrooms. The OCSA Badge Project, an incentivized PD program for all staff and teachers, was a fun way for teachers to learn new technology
skills and apply the skills in their classroom. We had over 182 badges earned and over 30 teachers that participated in the program.
The class sets of devices were extremely effective in providing teachers with the resources they need to enhance instruction and learning. On our
Spring 2019 student survey, 96% of students agree that academic teachers regularly use technology in a beneficial way, and 87% of students agree
that the classroom sets of Chromebooks are positively impacting learning. Part of this success was the professional development and support
provided to teachers along the way. On our Spring 2019 teacher survey, 85% of teachers feel supported and appropriately trained on technology
implementation. In addition, our school wide subscriptions were widely used and implemented by a variety of teachers. Unfortunately, Class Hub,
the Chromebook device management program did not prove to be reliable and we decided to abandon this subscription in April.

Explain material differences between Budgeted Expenditures and Estimated Actual Expenditures.

The Social Science team did not use release days for curriculum development this year.

Describe any changes made to this goal, expected outcomes, metrics, or actions and services to achieve this goal as a result of this
analysis and analysis of the LCFF Evaluation Rubrics, as applicable. Identify where those changes can be found in the LCAP.

One change to the actions related to this goal is the subscriptions we will be purchasing for next year. Because Class Hub proved to be unreliable,
we are researching alternative Chromebook management programs. Additionally, we will be purchasing Go Formative, an assessment platform for
school wide use. This purchase is included in our action steps under Goal 2. Finally, we will be eliminating the role of the Digital Learning Coach as
our technology professional development needs are slightly changing given that we have fully implemented the Chromebooks in every classroom.
As a result, our Digital Badge Project will also be ending.
Goal 3
Students will experience a positive school culture and system of supports for their personal and academic growth.

State and/or Local Priorities addressed by this goal:

State Priorities: 3, 4, 5, 6
Local Priorities:

Annual Measurable Outcomes
                                   Expected                                                                 Actual

 Maintain graduation rate                                                   100% graduation rate

                                                                            Maintained high school student to counselor ratio of 330:1 this year
 Maintain lower student/counselor ratio
                                                                            which was a 21% decrease from 2016-2017.

 Lower number of chronically absent students by 1%                          Number of students chronically absent increased by 1%

 Maintain or improve number of students feeling connected at
                                                                            83% of students feel connected and engaged at OCSA
 OCSA

Actions / Services
Duplicate the Actions/Services from the prior year LCAP and complete a copy of the following table for each. Duplicate the table as needed.

Action 1
                    Planned                                     Actual                              Budgeted                Estimated Actual
                Actions/Services                           Actions/Services                        Expenditures              Expenditures

                                               Maintain five high school counselors to
 Maintain five high school counselors to
                                               ensure lower caseload and more support
 ensure lower caseload and more support
                                               for students to closely monitor              $100,000                    $100,000
 for students to closely monitor attendance,
                                               attendance, behavior, and academic
 behavior, and academic concerns.
                                               concerns.
Planned                                       Actual                            Budgeted                 Estimated Actual
              Actions/Services                             Actions/Services                      Expenditures               Expenditures

 Welcome Week activities and festival for     Welcome Week activities and festival for
 new and returning students to ensure new     new and returning students to ensure new
 students have a positive first week of       students have a positive first week of        $3500                      $3500
 school and connect with other students       school and connect with other students
 and their conservatory.                      and their conservatory.

 Teacher professional development on          Teacher professional development on
 supporting students with social and          supporting students with social and
                                                                                            $2000                      $300
 emotional needs and students with special    emotional needs and students with
 services                                     special services

Analysis
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s goals from the prior year LCAP. Duplicate the table as needed. Use actual
annual measurable outcome data, including performance data from the LCFF Evaluation Rubrics, as applicable.
Cell

Describe the overall implementation of the actions/services to achieve the articulated goal.

Maintained five academic counselors which kept our counselor to student ratio at approximately 330:1.
Welcome Week is a four-day series of events designed to help new students acclimate to OCSA. All students are matched up with a buddy and are
introduced to peers within their conservatory. They participate in icebreaker activities, team building games, a guest speaker and a culminating
carnival to celebrate the start of a new school year and learn the culture of OCSA.
Teachers participated in two professional development days related to supporting students with social and emotional needs. Dr. Hussey, head
Psychologist at CHOC, provided a Mental Health presentation to all academic teachers in September and Dr. Passaro from the Anxiety and
Depression Center of Newport Beach provided information and resources for teachers on supporting students with anxiety and depression in
January.

Describe the overall effectiveness of the actions/services to achieve the articulated goal as measured by the LEA.

Maintaining a lower student to counselor ratio creates more time for counselors to provide individualized counseling time with students. Welcome
Week enables students to meet students with common interests and interact with their conservatory director which is critical given that their
conservatory director plays an important role in supporting their students during the conservatory portion of the day.
The PD gave teachers a better understanding of the mental health issues they are experiencing with students and strategies for how to support
students. Additionally, our counseling and special services staff received professional development on how to support students in crisis.

Explain material differences between Budgeted Expenditures and Estimated Actual Expenditures.

Through a partnership with Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) we received free professional development for our teachers and staff.

Describe any changes made to this goal, expected outcomes, metrics, or actions and services to achieve this goal as a result of this
analysis and analysis of the LCFF Evaluation Rubrics, as applicable. Identify where those changes can be found in the LCAP.

N/A
Stakeholder Engagement

LCAP Year: 2019-20

Involvement Process for LCAP and Annual Update
How, when, and with whom did the LEA consult as part of the planning process for this LCAP/Annual Review and Analysis?

Our school conducted a student, parent and staff survey in March to assess our instructional programs and help us reflect on areas of growth. We
had 1864 students respond, 841 parents respond, and 67 academic and elective teachers respond. Survey key findings and relevant data were
presented at a PSO meeting on April 19, 2019. Finally, the school’s curriculum teams and leadership teams reviewed the survey data in May and
provided insights to guide the LCAP.

Impact on LCAP and Annual Update
How did these consultations impact the LCAP for the upcoming year?

The survey data and subsequent discussions led our team to focus on how to address high student stress levels and chronic absenteeism and we
are in the process of revising our attendance probation policy and attendance monitoring procedures. Additionally, our survey results revealed that
a quarter of parents responding do not feel well informed about what is happening in their child’s academic classes. As a result, we plan to offer
technology related trainings for parents at the beginning of the year to train them on how to access class websites so they can be better informed
about their child’s classes.
Goals, Actions, & Services
Strategic Planning Details and Accountability
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s goals. Duplicate the table as needed.

(Select from New Goal, Modified Goal, or Unchanged Goal)

Unchanged Goal

Goal 1
Students will demonstrate college and career readiness by mastering content standards and demonstrating proficiency on school wide
learner outcomes (SLOs).

State and/or Local Priorities addressed by this goal:

State Priorities: 2, 4, 7
Local Priorities:

Identified Need:

Our high school SBAC math scores continue to demonstrate room for improvement and our WASC self-study identified math performance as a
critical learner need. Additionally, our action plan identifies a need to assess students on our school wide Learner Outcomes and monitor progress
on these.

Expected Annual Measurable Outcomes
  Metrics/Indicators                 Baseline                          2017-18                         2018-19                      2019-20
                            7th – 88% met or
                            exceeded standard                7th – 89% met or exceeded         7th – 90% met or exceeded   Increase % of students who
                            8th – 81% met or                 standard (1% increase)            standard (1% increase)      meet or exceed standards
  SBAC Math                 exceeded standard                8th – 79% met or exceeded         8th – 84% met or exceeded   by 2% or maintain 90%
                            11th – 67% met or                standard (2% decrease)            standard (5% increase)      meet/exceed status
                            exceeded standard
Metrics/Indicators              Baseline                      2017-18                       2018-19                         2019-20
                                                       11th – 70% met or             11th – 73% met or
                                                       exceeded standard (3%         exceeded standard (3%
                                                       increase)                     increase)
                                                       7th – 90% met or              7th – 90% met or
                                                       exceeded standard             exceeded standard
                         7th – 90% met or
                                                       (maintain)                    (maintain)
                         exceeded standard                                                                          Increase % of students who
                                                       8th – 85% met or              8th – 90% met or
                         8th – 92% met or                                                                           meet or exceed standards
  SBAC ELA                                             exceeded standard (7%         exceeded standard (5%
                         exceeded standard                                                                          by 2% or maintain 90%
                                                       decrease)                     increase
                         11th – 94% met or                                                                          met/exceed status
                                                       11th – 92% met or             11th – 89% met or
                         exceeded standard
                                                       exceeded standard (2%         exceeded standard (3%
                                                       decrease)                     decrease)

                                                                                     90% UC/CSU Readiness           Maintain UC Readiness rate
  UC Readiness           92% CSU/UC eligible           90% A/G Readiness rate
                                                                                     rate                           above 90%

                                                                                                                    Increase % of students who
  EAP College                                          83% demonstrate
                                                                                     TBD                            demonstrate college
  Preparedness                                         college/career readiness
                                                                                                                    readiness

                         855 students enrolled in      946 students enrolled in                                     Increase number of
                                                                                     888 students enrolled in
                         AP classes, 703 students      AP classes, 725 students                                     students enrolled in AP
  AP Enrollment and                                                                  AP Classes, 720 students
                         tested, 1258 AP exams         took AP exams, 1363 AP                                       classes and increase % of
  Passing Rates                                                                      took AP Exams, 1537 AP
                         taken, 83% of exams           exams taken, 84% of                                          students scoring 3 or higher
                                                                                     exams taken
                         scoring 3 or higher           exams scoring 3 or higher                                    on exams

Planned Actions / Services
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s Actions/Services. Duplicate the table, including Budgeted Expenditures, as needed.

Action        1
For Actions/Services not included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:
Students to be Served:                                                            Location(s):
 (Select from All, Students with Disabilities, or Specific Student Groups)         (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or Specific Grade Spans):

 All students                                                                      OCSA

                                                                                OR
For Actions/Services included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                  Scope of Services:                                   Location(s):
 (Select from English Learners, Foster Youth,            (Select from LEA-wide, Schoolwide, or Limited to     (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or
 and/or Low Income)                                      Unduplicated Student Group(s))                       Specific Grade Spans)

 [Add Students to be Served selection here]              [Add Scope of Services selection here]               [Add Location(s) selection here]

Actions/Services
 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged                 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged              Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged
 for 2017-18                                             for 2018-19                                          for 2019-20
 Modified                                                Modified                                             Modified

 2017-18 Actions/Services                                2018-19 Actions/Services                             2019-20 Actions/Services
 1. Release time and professional                         1.    Release time and professional                 1. Release time and professional
    development to support collaboration and                   development to support collaboration and       development to support collaboration and
    creation of common units and                               creation of common units and                   creation of common units and assessments.
    assessments.                                               assessments.                                          a. AP Conferences
        a. AP Conferences                                         a. AP Conferences                                  b. Curriculum team release days for
        b. Curriculum team release days for                       b. Curriculum team release days for                     PD
            PD                                                        PD                                             c. Professional Development Grants
        c. Professional Development Grants                        c. Professional Development Grants
                                                                      and Incentivized PD program

Budgeted Expenditures
Year              2017-18                                          2018-19                                        2019-20

  Amount            1a. $3,000                                       1a. $3,000                                     1a. $3,000
                    1b. $18,000                                      1b. $18,000                                    1b. $18,000
                    1c. $5,000                                       1c. $10,000                                    1c. $10,000

  Source            LCFF                                             LCFF                                           LCFF

  Budget            [Add budget reference here]                      [Add budget reference here]                    [Add budget reference here]
  Reference

Action          2
For Actions/Services not included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                                            Location(s):
 (Select from All, Students with Disabilities, or Specific Student Groups)         (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or Specific Grade Spans):

 All Students                                                                      OCSA

                                                                                OR
For Actions/Services included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                  Scope of Services:                                   Location(s):
 (Select from English Learners, Foster Youth,            (Select from LEA-wide, Schoolwide, or Limited to     (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or
 and/or Low Income)                                      Unduplicated Student Group(s))                       Specific Grade Spans)

 [Add Students to be Served selection here]              [Add Scope of Services selection here]               [Add Location(s) selection here]

Actions/Services
Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged   Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged         Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged
 for 2017-18                               for 2018-19                                     for 2019-20
 New                                       Unchanged                                       Modified

 2017-18 Actions/Services                  2018-19 Actions/Services                        2019-20 Actions/Services
 Assessment and intervention programs to   Assessment and intervention programs to         Assessment and intervention programs to
 identify and support underperforming      identify and support underperforming students   identify and support underperforming
 students in math and ELA                  in math and ELA                                 students in math and ELA
                                                                                                 a. Intervention Integrated IABC math
                                                                                                    class
                                                                                                 b. English Learner Support class and
                                                                                                    Rosetta Stone

Budgeted Expenditures

 Year          2017-18                               2018-19                                    2019-20

 Amount        $7500                                 $7500                                      $40,000

 Source        Grant and LCFF                        Grant and LCFF                             Grant and LCFF

 Budget        Instructional Materials               Instructional Materials
 Reference
Action          3
For Actions/Services not included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                                            Location(s):
 (Select from All, Students with Disabilities, or Specific Student Groups)         (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or Specific Grade Spans):

 All students                                                                      OCSA

                                                                                OR
For Actions/Services included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                  Scope of Services:                                   Location(s):
 (Select from English Learners, Foster Youth,            (Select from LEA-wide, Schoolwide, or Limited to     (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or
 and/or Low Income)                                      Unduplicated Student Group(s))                       Specific Grade Spans)

 [Add Students to be Served selection here]              [Add Scope of Services selection here]               [Add Location(s) selection here]

Actions/Services
 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged                 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged              Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged
 for 2017-18                                             for 2018-19                                          for 2019-20
 New                                                     Unchanged                                            Modified

 2017-18 Actions/Services                                2018-19 Actions/Services                             2019-20 Actions/Services
 New Curriculum Lead positions to develop                Curriculum Lead positions to develop SLO             Curriculum Lead positions to plan
 SLO assessment plan, plan professional                  assessment plan, plan professional                   professional development for curriculum
 development for curriculum teams, coordinate            development for curriculum teams, coordinate         teams, coordinate teacher rounds, and
 teacher rounds, and manage/guide                        teacher rounds, and manage/guide curriculum          manage/guide curriculum maps and course
 curriculum maps and course content                      maps and course content                              content
                                                                                                              SLO Committee to develop SLO Assessment
                                                                                                              Plan

Budgeted Expenditures
Year        2017-18                   2018-19                   2019-20

Amount      $12,500                   $12,500                   $14,500

Source      LCFF                      LCFF                      LCFF

Budget      Discretionary Personnel   Discretionary Personnel   Discretionary Personnel
Reference
Goals, Actions, & Services
Strategic Planning Details and Accountability
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s goals. Duplicate the table as needed.

(Select from New Goal, Modified Goal, or Unchanged Goal)

Unchanged goal

Goal 2
Students will have equitable access to rigorous and relevant learning tools and resources and will acquire 21st century technology skills.

State and/or Local Priorities addressed by this goal:

State Priorities: 1, 4
Local Priorities:

Identified Need:

Continued desire from teachers to have greater access to technology to provide relevant learning tools and experiences. In adopting more
technology, we need to provide teachers the time to develop curriculum that utilizes technology.

Expected Annual Measurable Outcomes
  Metrics/Indicators                 Baseline                          2017-18                         2018-19                  2019-20
  Total number of
                            750 devices on campus            1200 devices on campus.           2200 devices on campus   2200 devices on campus
  devices
Metrics/Indicators                 Baseline                           2017-18                         2018-19                           2019-20
                                                              50% of teachers were
  Satisfaction level                                          somewhat satisfied with         85% of teachers agree that        Increase satisfaction rate of
                           To be determined after PD          BAK devices
  on technology and                                                                           there is sufficient               technology implementation
                           during 2017-2018 school
  online resource                                             92% of teachers use             support/training on               and training on teacher
                           year
  pilot PD surveys                                            devices at least a few          technology implementation         surveys
                                                              times a week, if not daily

  Teacher
  participation in                                            3 teachers participated in      6 teachers participate in
                           N/A                                                                                                  N/A
  Digital Fellow                                              Digital Fellow Program          Digital Fellow Program
  program
                                                                                                 96% of students agree
                                                                                                  that academic
                                                                                                  teachers regularly use
                                                                                                  technology in a
                                                              55% of students were                beneficial way                Increase satisfaction rate of
  Student and
                                                              somewhat satisfied to              87% of students agree         technology implementation
  parent surveys on        N/A
                                                              extremely satisfied with            that the class sets of        on student and parent
  1:1 program
                                                              BAK devices                         Chromebooks are               surveys
                                                                                                  positively impacting
                                                                                                  learning

Planned Actions / Services
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s Actions/Services. Duplicate the table, including Budgeted Expenditures, as needed.

Action           1
For Actions/Services not included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                                            Location(s):
 (Select from All, Students with Disabilities, or Specific Student Groups)         (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or Specific Grade Spans):

  All students                                                                     OCSA
OR
For Actions/Services included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                         Scope of Services:                                 Location(s):
 (Select from English Learners, Foster Youth,   (Select from LEA-wide, Schoolwide, or Limited to   (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or
 and/or Low Income)                             Unduplicated Student Group(s))                     Specific Grade Spans)

 [Add Students to be Served selection here]     [Add Scope of Services selection here]             [Add Location(s) selection here]

Actions/Services
 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged        Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged            Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged
 for 2017-18                                    for 2018-19                                        for 2019-20
 Modified                                       Modified                                           Unchanged

 2017-18 Actions/Services                       2018-19 Actions/Services                           2019-20 Actions/Services
 Release time for social science online         Release time for science and social science        Release time for science teachers to
 resource pilot where teachers will             teachers to find/develop online resources          find/develop online resources
 find/develop online resources in place of
 purchasing new textbooks

Budgeted Expenditures

  Year            2017-18                                  2018-19                                       2019-20

  Amount          $30,000                                  $12,000                                       $5000

  Source          College and Career Readiness Grant       LCFF                                          LCFF

  Budget
  Reference
Action          2
For Actions/Services not included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                                            Location(s):
 (Select from All, Students with Disabilities, or Specific Student Groups)         (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or Specific Grade Spans):

 All students                                                                      OCSA

                                                                                OR
For Actions/Services included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                  Scope of Services:                                   Location(s):
 (Select from English Learners, Foster Youth,            (Select from LEA-wide, Schoolwide, or Limited to     (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or
 and/or Low Income)                                      Unduplicated Student Group(s))                       Specific Grade Spans)

 [Add Students to be Served selection here]              [Add Scope of Services selection here]               [Add Location(s) selection here]

Actions/Services
 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged                 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged              Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged
 for 2017-18                                             for 2018-19                                          for 2019-20
 New                                                     Modified

 2017-18 Actions/Services                                2018-19 Actions/Services                             2019-20 Actions/Services
 Digital learning coach to mentor 5 fellows and          Digital learning coach to mentor 6 fellows and
 provide coaching and co teaching                        provide coaching and co teaching
 opportunities to incorporate technology into            opportunities to incorporate technology into
 the classroom                                           the classroom

Budgeted Expenditures
Year              2017-18                                          2018-19                                        2019-20

  Amount            $30,000                                          $30,000                                        N/A

  Source            LCFF                                             LCFF                                           N/A

  Budget                                                                                                            N/A
                    Personnel                                        Personnel
  Reference

Action          3
For Actions/Services not included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                                            Location(s):
 (Select from All, Students with Disabilities, or Specific Student Groups)         (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or Specific Grade Spans):

 All students                                                                      OCSA

                                                                                 OR
For Actions/Services included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                  Scope of Services:                                   Location(s):
 (Select from English Learners, Foster Youth,            (Select from LEA-wide, Schoolwide, or Limited to     (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or
 and/or Low Income)                                      Unduplicated Student Group(s))                       Specific Grade Spans)

 [Add Students to be Served selection here]              [Add Scope of Services selection here]               [Add Location(s) selection here]

Actions/Services
Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged    Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged       Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged
 for 2017-18                                for 2018-19                                   for 2019-20
 Modified                                   Modified                                      N/A

 2017-18 Actions/Services                   2018-19 Actions/Services                      2019-20 Actions/Services
 Pilot 1:1 devices with all middle school   Implement classroom sets of devices in all    Maintain classroom sets of devices in all
 students                                   academic classroom with Class Hub device      academic classrooms, replacing older
                                            management software and suite of technology   Chromebooks as needed. Purchase
                                            resources including Gale Research             subscriptions for technology resources
                                            Databases, Actively Learn, G Suite, and       including Gale Research Databases, Actively
                                            Aeries Communication                          Learn, G Suite, Aeries, Pear Deck, and Go
                                                                                          Formative.

Budgeted Expenditures

 Year            2017-18                               2018-19                                  2019-20

 Amount          $200,000                              $600,000                                 $150,000

 Source          LCFF                                  LCFF                                     LCFF

 Budget
 Reference
(Select from New Goal, Modified Goal, or Unchanged Goal)

Unchanged goal

Goal 3
Students will experience a positive school culture and system of supports for their personal and academic growth.

State and/or Local Priorities addressed by this goal:

State Priorities: 3, 4, 5, 6
Local Priorities:

Identified Need:

Student surveys showed a high number of students experience stress or anxiety on a regular basis. There was an increase in the number of
chronically absent students this year and is something our academic teachers have been commenting frequently about.

Expected Annual Measureable Outcomes
  Metrics/Indicators                   Baseline                   2017-18                      2018-19                     2019-20

  Graduation Rate              100% graduation rate      100% graduation rate         Maintain graduation rate    Maintain graduation rate

  Student/counselor                                                                                               Maintain lower
                               420:1                     330:1                        330:1
  ratio                                                                                                           student/counselor ratio
                               Approx. 5% of students
  % of students                with 15 or more all day   6.2% of students             7.3% of students            Lower number of chronically
  chronically absent           absences                  chronically absent           chronically absent          absent students by 1%

                                                                                                                  N/A – no longer
  New student                  100% of responding        Maintain high satisfaction   N/A – no longer
  survey results                                         levels                                                   administered. Alternate
                               families believe OCSA                                  administered. Switched to
                                                                                                                  between California Health
Metrics/Indicators                 Baseline                           2017-18                         2018-19                            2019-20
                           creates a safe                                                     California Healthy Kids           Kids Survey and Student
                           environment                                                        Survey                            and Parent Instructional
                                                                                                                                Surveys
                                                                                                  83% of students agree
                                                                                                   that they feel
  California Healthy                                                                               connected and
  Kids Survey or                                              50% of 7th grade students            engaged at OCSA
  Spring                                                      and 35% of 9th grade                93% of students agree        Increase % of students
  Instructional            N/A                                students strongly agree to           that they are in a safe      feeling connected and
  Surveys for                                                 feeling connected and                and positive learning        engaged at OCSA
  Students and                                                happy to be at OCSA                  environment during
  Parents                                                                                          academic classes

Planned Actions / Services
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s Actions/Services. Duplicate the table, including Budgeted Expenditures, as needed.

Action           1
For Actions/Services not included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                                            Location(s):
 (Select from All, Students with Disabilities, or Specific Student Groups)         (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or Specific Grade Spans):

  All students                                                                     OCSA

                                                                                OR
For Actions/Services included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                  Scope of Services:                                   Location(s):
 (Select from English Learners, Foster Youth,            (Select from LEA-wide, Schoolwide, or Limited to     (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or
 and/or Low Income)                                      Unduplicated Student Group(s))                       Specific Grade Spans)

  [Add Students to be Served selection here]             [Add Scope of Services selection here]               [Add Location(s) selection here]
Actions/Services
 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged           Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged          Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged
 for 2017-18                                       for 2018-19                                      for 2019-20
  Modified                                         Modified                                         Unchanged

 2017-18 Actions/Services                          2018-19 Actions/Services                         2019-20 Actions/Services
  Hire additional high school counselor to lower   Maintain five high school counselors to          Maintain five high school counselors to
  caseload and provide more support for            ensure lower caseload and more support for       ensure lower caseload and more support for
  students to closely monitor attendance,          students to closely monitor attendance,          students to closely monitor attendance,
  behavior, and academic concerns.                 behavior, and academic concerns.                 behavior, and academic concerns
  Counselors will participate in Positive
  Behavior Intervention Support system.

Budgeted Expenditures

  Year            2017-18                                     2018-19                                    2019-20

  Amount          $100,000                                    $100,000                                   $100,000

  Source          LCFF                                        LCFF                                       LCFF

  Budget
                  Personnel                                   Personnel                                  Personnel
  Reference

Planned Actions / Services
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s Actions/Services. Duplicate the table, including Budgeted Expenditures, as needed.

Action        2
For Actions/Services not included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:
Students to be Served:                                                            Location(s):
 (Select from All, Students with Disabilities, or Specific Student Groups)         (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or Specific Grade Spans):

 All Students                                                                      OCSA

                                                                                OR
For Actions/Services included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                  Scope of Services:                                   Location(s):
 (Select from English Learners, Foster Youth,            (Select from LEA-wide, Schoolwide, or Limited to     (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or
 and/or Low Income)                                      Unduplicated Student Group(s))                       Specific Grade Spans)

 [Add Students to be Served selection here]              [Add Scope of Services selection here]               [Add Location(s) selection here]

Actions/Services
 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged                 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged              Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged
 for 2017-18                                             for 2018-19                                          for 2019-20
 Modified                                                Unchanged                                            Unchanged

 2017-18 Actions/Services                                2018-19 Actions/Services                             2019-20 Actions/Services
 Welcome Week activities and festival for new            Welcome Week activities and festival for new         Welcome Week activities and festival for new
 and returning students to ensure new                    and returning students to ensure new                 and returning students to ensure new
 students have a positive first week of school           students have a positive first week of school        students have a positive first week of school
 and connect with other students and their               and connect with other students and their            and connect with other students and their
 conservatory.                                           conservatory.                                        conservatory.

Budgeted Expenditures

  Year            2017-18                                            2018-19                                        2019-20

  Amount           $3500                                             $3500                                          $3500
Year        2017-18   2018-19   2019-20

Source      LCFF      LCFF      LCFF

Budget
Reference
Planned Actions / Services
Complete a copy of the following table for each of the LEA’s Actions/Services. Duplicate the table, including Budgeted Expenditures, as needed.

Action           3
For Actions/Services not included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                                            Location(s):
 (Select from All, Students with Disabilities, or Specific Student Groups)         (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or Specific Grade Spans):

  All students                                                                     OCSA

                                                                                OR
For Actions/Services included as contributing to meeting the Increased or Improved Services Requirement:

 Students to be Served:                                  Scope of Services:                                   Location(s):
 (Select from English Learners, Foster Youth,            (Select from LEA-wide, Schoolwide, or Limited to     (Select from All Schools, Specific Schools, and/or
 and/or Low Income)                                      Unduplicated Student Group(s))                       Specific Grade Spans)

  [Add Students to be Served selection here]             [Add Scope of Services selection here]               [Add Location(s) selection here]

Actions/Services
 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged                 Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged              Select from New, Modified, or Unchanged
 for 2017-18                                             for 2018-19                                          for 2019-20
                                                         New                                                  Unchanged

 2017-18 Actions/Services                                2018-19 Actions/Services                             2019-20 Actions/Services
                                                         Teacher professional development on                  Teacher professional development on
                                                         supporting students with social and emotional        supporting students with social and emotional
                                                         needs and students with special services             needs and students with special services

Budgeted Expenditures
Year        2017-18   2018-19   2019-20

Amount                $2000     $2000

Source                LCFF      LCFF

Budget
Reference
Demonstration of Increased or Improved Services for Unduplicated Pupils
 LCAP Year: 2019-2020

 Estimated Supplemental and Concentration Grant Funds                 Percentage to Increase or Improve Services

 $ 867,533                                                            3%

Describe how services provided for unduplicated pupils are increased or improved by at least the percentage identified above, either
qualitatively or quantitatively, as compared to services provided for all students in the LCAP year.

Identify each action/service being funded and provided on a schoolwide or LEA-wide basis. Include the required descriptions supporting
each schoolwide or LEA-wide use of funds (see instructions).

All funds are being expended on a school wide basis while also targeting unduplicated pupils as described below:
Intervention Programs – These programs are the most effective use of funds because they enable our teachers to provide targeted
intervention to students who are identified in need based on state assessment results, grades, etc.
Instructional Technology – This service positively impacts our unduplicated pupils by providing access to instructional technology at
school, and at home, if needed. This enables all students to have equitable access to class resources, instructional materials, etc.
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