Gabrielino High School’s LCAP-Aligned Single Plan for Student Achievement for the 2015-2016 School Year
What changes are needed to ensure involvement of all stakeholders and adequate monitoring of planned activities and outcomes?
Outcomes Identify any goals in the most recent board approved SPSA that were met. The goals of the 2015-2016 SPSA were:
Students will be college and career ready. Students will receive high quality instruction and intervention to eliminate the achievement gap. Students will have an equal opportunity to learn and succeed in a culturally responsive, engaging, and physically and emotionally safe environment. Students will benefit from improved family and community engagement.
Gabrielino made progress toward these goals, and they are ongoing and align with the goals of the district LCAP. Identify any goals in the most recent board approved SPSA that were not met, or were only partially met. Gabrielino has identified increasing the number of English Learners who graduate and increasing the number of Hispanic students who graduate A-G eligible as the most important indicators for goals 1 and 2 above. We will know after June of 2016 if there is a positive trend for these metrics. List any strategies related to this goal that were identified above as “not fully implemented” or “ineffective” or “minimally” effective. All of the strategies related to these goals were implemented this year or will be in 2016-2017. We do not yet have data to determine effectiveness. Based on this information, what might be some recommendations for future steps to meet this goal? Page 33 of 34