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Insight

Snapshots of Success Vol. 1, Issue 2: September 21, 2017

What does that look like? Well‌ It involves all 3 of us looking at student achievement data alongside our educators and site administrators as we dive deep into the state mathematics data. It involves all 3 of us looking deep into the budget to identify needed adjustments in the out years to ensure we can continue to meet the financial obligations of the District. All 3 of us committed to developing proposed solutions to Superintendent Jason Messer, Deputy Superintendent Roger Goatcher, and Deputy Superintendent Dr. Clark address the current substandard Burke visit a math class at Sierra High School where students are guided through a computational exercise. conditions of our athletic fields, and proposed solutions for their ntro to nsight continued maintenance. All 3 of us attending Board meetings, 2X2 meetings, meetings with city staff, veryone on oard regional meetings, school sites classrooms, and in the It takes a Team to support success in MUSD. It starts community. with the Board of Education setting the Goals. Then, the Superintendent and two Deputy Superintendents We are a Team and we are Proud to be MUSD! work together to ensure all parts of the Team are maximizing the potential of the District to make a positive difference to each and every student daily.

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Insight Publication Dates (Titles Subject to Change) November 14 December 14 December 14 January 16 February 13 March 13 March 15 April 17 May 8 May 29 June 12

Board Involvement / Oversight Community Support: It Takes a Village Special Edition Insert: Focus on Community Athletic Fields as a Priority Suspensions/Expulsions: Impact on Student Connectedness Connecting Federal / State / Local Achievement Data The Mark: Annual Report Attaching tools, RESOURCES $, support Getting it Done: Opportunities for Fully Staffing Sites 18/19 The Mark: Graduation Edition Summary Report

Regional Meeting Dates:

(Lunch 12:00-1:30 PM, Room 300) September 26, 2017 October 25, 2017 November 28, 2017 February 20, 2018 March 20, 2018 April 17, 2018

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Contents

MUSD School Board President Stephen J. Schluer, Area 6

Regional Site Visits 2017-2018

2

MUSD at a Glance

3

iResults Student Achievement Snapshot

4

iResults Staffing Snapshot

7

Michael Seelye, Area 3

Monthly Budget Report

8

Nancy Teicheira, Area 4

MUSD Field Condition Assessments

9

Growth Steering Committee Timeline

10

Vice President Bob Wallace, Area 7 Board Clerk Evelyn Moore, Area 5 Eric Duncan, Area 1 Kathy Howe, Area 2

MUSD Superintendents Superintendent Jason Messer Deputy Superintendents Dr. Clark Burke Roger Goatcher

Regional Site Visits 2017-2018 Visit Date

Region

Lead

August 30, 2017

Region 3

Steve Anderson

September 19, 2017

Region 2

Susan Sanders

October 17, 2017

Region 6

David O’Leary

October 24, 2017

Region 5

Francine Baird

November 29, 2017

Region 4

Debbie Ruger

December 6, 2017

Region 1

Dale Borgeson

February 7, 2018

Region 4

Debbie Ruger

February 21, 2018

Region 2

Susan Sanders

March 14, 2018

Region 5

Francine Baird

April 6, 2018

Region 6

David O’Leary

Superintendent’s Office:

April 20, 2018

Region 3

Steve Anderson

Manteca Unified School District

May 16, 2018

Region 4

Debbie Ruger

January 10, 2018

April 27, 2018

Community Outreach

May 18, 2018

Vision Statement:

Mission Statement:

Manteca Unified School District will ensure every school day is relevant, rigorous, and leads students to become productive and engaged members of a global society while residing in the central valley.

Manteca Unified School District is committed to providing a safe environment where all students will thrive with the tools, resources and support needed to achieve their academic and personal potentials.

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MUSD at a Glance

Manteca Unified School District

Numbers updated 9-25-2017

95.1% Communities Served

City of Manteca City of Lathrop City of Stockton Township of French Camp Unincorporated Areas of the City of Manteca

Employees

Certificated: 1, 283 Classified: 1,316

Graduation Rate

112.73

Square Miles

Schools

Budget General Fund $288,480,424

2017-2018 Total Expenditures

5 Comprehensive High Schools 20 K-8 Schools 1 Dependent Charter High School 1 Adult School 3 Alternative High Schools 33 Pre-School Classes

Board Members Stephen J. Schluer, President Bob Wallace, Vice President Evelyn Moore, Clerk Eric Duncan Kathy Howe Michael Seelye Nancy Teicheira

58.55%

Socioeconomically Disadvantaged

Superintendents

24% English Language Learners 39 Different Languages Transportation

Jason Messer, Superintendent Dr. Clark Burke, Deputy Superintendent Roger Goatcher, Deputy Superintendent

1,488 Students Served On Average Per Day

2017-2018

Enrollment

23,860*

Ethnic Groups

*

* * Does not include Pre-School and Adult School Students

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Student Achievement Snapshot

Manteca Unified School District

Local Indicators Based on LCFF State Priorities

iResults Student Achievement Snapshot GRADUATION 92%

92%

93%

93%

92%

90% 88% 86% 84% 82% 80% 2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

2015/16

Graduation Rate

SCHOOL CLIMATE

94%

Year-over-year comparison

96%

(LCFF Snapshot = 93%)

1

SCHOOL CLIMATE

1,644 students

7%

1,644 students Suspended last school year

SC

46 students

2016-2017

<1%

<1%

96%

Students with expulsions

(LCFF Snapshot = 0.17%

Expelled last school year

2016-2017

Suspended last school year

(LCFF Snapshot = 10%)

(LCFF Snapshot = 93%)

Year-over-year comparison

Graduation Rate

Manteca Unified School District

2016-2017

Students with expulsions

Students with suspensions

(LCFF Snapshot = 0.17%

Student Achievement Snapshot

92%

50% 40% 30% 20% 10%

25%

17%

80%

82%

84%

86%

88%

% Proficient EL Students 90%

92%

94%

0%

(LCFF Snapshot = 55% K-12)

Kindergarten

1st Grade

2nd Grade

30%

52%

36% 28%

20% 10%

Expelled last school year

2012/13

60%

67%

40%

49%

45%

50%

42%

2016-2017

70%

Students with suspensions

73%

80%

SCHOOL CLIMATE

93%

2013/14

92%

2014/15

Using SRI Assessments with specific cut-off points per grade

60%

46 students

(LCFF Snapshot = 10%)

7%

% of 4-8th grade EL students making progress towards English proficiency 2015/16

93%

ENGLISH LEARNER ACHIEVEMENT

GRADUATION

Local Indicators Based on LCFF State Priorities

Student Achievement Snapshot

Local Indicators Based on LCFF State Priorities

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Manteca Unified School District

0%

% Proficient EL Students 4th Grade

5th Grade

6th Grade

7th Grade

STUD

8th Grade

SCHO

% of K-3rd grade EL students making progress towards English proficiency Using OARS Assessments

66%

(LCFF Snapshot = 55% K-12)

3rd Grade

100%

% of 9-12th grade EL students making progress towards English proficiency

88%

80%

62%

64%

60%

EL students with B- or higher in English courses

40%

57%

35%

20% 0%

(LCFF Snapshot = 55% K-12)

% Proficient EL Students 9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

2

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Student Achievement Snapshot

Manteca Unified School District

Local Indicators Based on LCFF State Priorities

ENGLISH LEARNER ACHIEVEMENT (continued) 814

% of EL students reclassified

Reclassified

As of the last term

14%

Total # of EL Students 5,666

ENGLISH LEARNER

(LCFF Snapshot = 10%)

ENROLLMENT

Enrollment by race / ethnicity

20%

African-American

8%

2%

8% African-American

Asian

15%

15% Asian

Latino/Hispanic

55% Latino or Hispanic

Other

20% White 2% Other

70% 60%

55%

59%

SCHOOL CLIMA

Enrollment by program eligibility

50%

59% Socio-economically disadvantaged

40% 30%

19% English learner

19%

20%

12% SPED

12%

10% 0%

White

SED

ELD

SPED

1%

1%

1%

3%

1%

Migrant Youth

Foster Youth

Homeless

SARB

DRB

1% Foster Youth

Student Achievement Snapshot

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Manteca Unified School District

Based on LCFF State Priorities

COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS

% of students on-track to complete A-G requirements Students with C- or higher in A-G courses

70%

50%

38%

20% 10% 0% 9th Grade

62%

37%

40% 30% 10% 0% 9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

% of students likely to pass an AP exam with a 3 or higher Students getting at least a B- in an AP course

74%

(LCFF Snapshot = 49%)

11th Grade

12th Grade

STUDENT ACHIEV

Students with C- or higher in CTE courses in

49%

20%

10th Grade

% of students on-track to complete at least 1 CTE Path

49%

49%

50%

40%

(LCFF Snapshot = 31%)

60%

51%

50% 30%

50%

70%

59%

60%

one pathway

(LCFF Snapshot = 39%)

120% 100%

100% 71%

80%

73%

76%

60% 40% 20% 0% 9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

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Student Achievement Snapshot

Manteca Unified School District

Based on LCFF State Priorities

COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS (continued) 14%

12%

12%

Measuring college readiness in ELA

11%

10%

10% 8%

5%

6% 2% 0% 9th Grade

10th Grade

Students with an A- or better in A-G English

10%

4%

11th Grade

courses

(LCFF Snapshot = 14% in EAP)

12th Grade

13%

14%

Measuring college readiness in math

12%

10%

10% 6%

10%

Math courses

8%

7%

8%

Students with an A- or better in A-G

4% 2% 0%

(LCFF Snapshot = 5% in EAP)

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT 100%

77%

80%

77%

K-8 ELA Formative Assessments

77% 54%

60%

37%

40%

37%

32%

30%

29%

Students meeting or exceeding standards

61%

20% 0% Kindergarten

1st Grade

2nd Grade

3rd Grade

5th Grade

6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

4th Grade

in OARS assessments

(LCFF Snapshot = 39% in 3 rd - 8th grade SBAC)

Student Achievement Snapshot

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Manteca Unified School District

Based on LCFF State Priorities

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT (continued)

Measuring ELA academic achievement for 9-12th grade students

14%

8% 4%

10%

89%

5%

6% 2% 0%

(LCFF Snapshot = 51% in 11 th Grade CAASP)

94%

9th Grade

91%

43%

46%

40%

51% 34%

37%

38%

1st Grade

2nd Grade

3rd Grade

6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

12th Grade

STUD

SCHO

in OARS assessments

57%

0%

5th Grade

11th Grade

Students meeting or exceeding standards

20%

Kindergarten

10th Grade

K-8 Math Formative Assessments

80% 60%

11%

10%

10%

Students with an A- or better in A-G English courses

100%

12%

12%

4th Grade

(LCFF Snapshot = 25% in 3 rd - 8th grade SBAC) 13%

14%

Measuring math academic achievement for 9-12th grade students

12% 10%

10% 7%

8%

Students with an A- or better in A-G Math courses

8%

6%

10%

4% 2% 0%

(LCFF Snapshot = 19% in 11 th Grade CAASP)

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

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Staffing Snapshot

Manteca Unified School District

iResults Staffing Snapshot CERTIFICATED STAFFING UPDATE

Total Number of Positions

2

211

Elementary Secondary

2017-2018

682

1,285

SpecEd Vacancies

390

Total Positions

GenEd

1

1 1

Total Number of New Hires

Single Subject

For the month of August 2017

Special Ed - RSP

3

Special Ed - SDC

9

Speech

2

Behavior Specialist

1

New Hires

Staffing Snapshot

1

Manteca Unified School District

CLASSIFIED STAFFING UPDATE 136

Total Number of Positions

Staffed Positions

2017 - 2018

Vacancies

1,452

1,316

Positions

3

5

Total Number of Hires

Bus Operator/Delivery Driver/Mechanic/Warehouseman Clerical

3

For the month of August 2017

Custodial/Grounds/Maintenance

31

4 10 3

Positions Filled

3

Paraprofessional (SDC, RSP, Regular Ed., Bilingual) School Site Assistant

Hiring Update

Continuous Hiring Process Resignations Received Positions Posted Applications Received & Screened Interview Sessions Held

Library Media Technician/Digital Support Technician Nutrition Education

17 20 285 25

August 2017 Only

10 21

Reassignments

New Hires

2

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Monthly Budget Report

3% Reserve $7.8M 75% one-month cash flow $15.9M Unappropriated $7.8M

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N O C R E D UN

U R ST

N O I T C

from left: Deputy Superintendent Roger Goatcher, Superintendent Jason Messer and Deputy Superintendent Dr. Clark Burke discuss the field conditions at Sierra High School.

MUSD Field Condition Assessments We are currently discussing the MUSD High School Field Condition Reports. We will be discussing the report format at the October 3, 2017, Board meeting. We expect the new report will assess the conditions of all high school athletic fields including the stadium, baseball, and softball practice fields.

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Measure M closed 1-13-17

Facilities Planning Supervisor hired

FEB

APR

Progress report on growth options 7-18-17

JUL

Board Budget / LCAP presented 6-6-17 and adopted 6-13-17

JUN

SEP

OCT

DEC

Measure G Implementation Plan: Phase 2 – Increment 1

NOV

September 12 Board Report: Measure G Implementation Phase 2 – Increment 1: Project Proposal: Review scope of proposed projects for Measure G Implementation plan. Includes: MHS, EUHS, Nile Garden and Neil Hafley.

AUG

EUHS Community Forum Nights (9-26 and 9-28) and begin “Thought Exchange” survey process.

Begin Project Identification and Approval Process 9-12-17

CBO provides Financing / Funding Plan / CFDs / G.O. for growth projects 8-22-17

Programmatic Descriptions (Ed. Spec.) and “Thought Exchange” Summary Input Report reviewed

June 6 Board Report: Division of the State Architect- Project Certification Status report: Itemize all DSA close-out, non-conforming structures, and application status concerns for every campus in MUSD.

Growth committee reviews Davis Demographic Growth Study presented to board 4-18-17

MAY

Senior Leadership reviews Growth Steering Committee time lines and goals

Online Community “Thought Exchange” begins

Update Level I Developer fees in an effort to provide additional growth funding

July 18 Board Report: Measure G Program Implementation plan – realignment report: The plan will present the realignment of the remaining phases of the measure G program.

Growth Steering Committee provides board update 3-7-17

MAR

9-28 from 3:15 to 5:15 pm

JAN

9-26 from 6 - 8 pm and

2017

EUHS Community Roundtables:

Growth Community Survey ends 1-31-17

Begin Project Identification and Approval Process

MHS Roundtables 2-7-17 and 2-9-17

Capacity studies begin

We are currently focused on:

Growth Steering Committee Time Line - 2017

Growth Steering Committee Timeline


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Manteca Unified offers several Health Career Classes throughout the district. A key part of that class is to teach CPR and other life-saving skills. On Saturday September 16, Lathrop High School junior Valerie Villanueva used those skills to save the life of an 11-year-old boy. Read more in our next issue of The Mark Highlights

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