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Insight

Snapshots of Success

Dedicated to Safe Athletic Facilities

Vol. 1, Issue 5: January 17, 2018

Welcome Back! We hope you and your loved ones had a wonderful winter break and holiday season. Our Manteca Unified pride runs deep. We are extremely proud of both our Academic and Athletic programs. We celebrate our academic accomplishments annually through our highly successful graduation rate. In addition, our athletic programs continue to demonstrate a winning heritage through individual achievements, team efforts, and league recognitions. With the same vigor we use to ensure we have highly qualified and trained staff, we realize we must address the needs of our student athletes for them to be successful reaching their athletic goals. Through comprehensive Board discussion, modernization program review, Master Facilities Planning, fields committee discussions, maintenance, and grounds programming reviews, we are dedicated to identifying improvements to our sporting facilities.

Insight Publication Dates (Titles Subject to Change) February 14 March 14 March 16

Suspensions/Expulsions: Impact on Student Connectedness Connecting Federal / State / Local Achievement Data The Mark: Annual Report

April 18 May 9 May 30 June 13

With safety as our number one priority, we will continue to work hard as a team to ensure improvements to our existing facilities in order to support the programs our community has come to expect. In the coming months and years, the Board and the District will improve our facilities to match the level of performance of our athletes. See page 8 for a sample of our new MUSD Athletic Field Condition Summary Report.

Dr. Clark Burke Deputy Superintendent Attaching tools, Resources, and 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) February 27, 2018 March 20, 2018 April 17, 2018 Vol. 1, Issue 5 - Page 1


Contents

MUSD School Board President Stephen J. Schluer, Area 6

Dedicated to Safe Athletic Facilities

1

Regional Site Visits 2017-2018

2

Board Clerk Evelyn Moore, Area 5

MUSD At a Glance

3

Eric Duncan, Area 1

iResults Student Achievement Snapshot

4

Making Our Fields Safer

7

Nancy Teicheira, Area 4

iResults Staffing Snapshot - December

9

MUSD Superintendents

Vice President Bob Wallace, Area 7

Kathy Howe, Area 2 Michael Seelye, Area 3

Superintendent

Monthly Budget Report

10

SHS Cheer at the Citrus Bowl

11

Lincoln Staff Development Day

12

Dr. Clark Burke

Job Fair

12

Roger Goatcher

Jason Messer Deputy Superintendents

Regional Site Visits 2017-2018

Superintendent’s Office:

Community Outreach Manteca Unified School District

Vision Statement:

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

January 10, 2018

Region 1

Dale Borgeson

February 7, 2018

Region 4

Debbie Ruger

February 21, 2018

Region 5

Francine Baird

April 11, 2018

Region 2

Susan Sanders

April 20, 2018

Region 3

Steve Anderson

May 2, 2018

Region 6

David O’Leary

May 16, 2018

Region 4

Debbie Ruger

May 18, 2018

Optional

Making a positive difference to each and every student daily. 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.

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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

www.mantecausd.net facebook.com/proudtobemusd

(209)825-3200

Mailing Address: PO BOX 32 Manteca, CA 95336 Physical Address: 2271 W Louise Ave Manteca, CA 95337 Vol. 1, Issue 5 - Page 3


Student Achievement Snapshot

Manteca Unified School District

Local Indicators Based on LCFF State Priorities

iResults Student Achievement Snapshot GRADUATION

93%

92%

92%

93%

92%

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

2013/14

Graduation Rate

Year-over-year comparison

SCHOOL CLIMATE

94%

2014/15

96%

(LCFF Snapshot = 93%)

2015/16

1

SCHOOL CLIMATE

Students with suspensions Students with expulsions

1,644 students

4%

914 students Year-to-date

96%

As of December 18, 2017

<1%

<1%

Year-to-date

Students with expulsions

(LCFF Snapshot = 0.17%

10 students

SC 2016-2017

Suspended last school year

(LCFF Snapshot = 10%)

(LCFF Snapshot = 93%)

Year-over-year comparison

Graduation Rate

Manteca Unified School District

As of December 18, 2017

(LCFF Snapshot = 0.17%

Student Achievement Snapshot

1

20% 10%

80%

82%

84%

86%

88%

% Proficient EL Students 90%

92%

94%

0%

29%

1st Grade

2nd Grade

40%

52%

49%

56%

40%

38%

30% 20% 10%

Expelled last school year

30%

(LCFF Snapshot = 55% K-12)

2016-2017

92%

2012/13

40%

SCHOOL CLIMATE

50%

50%

47%

56%

55%

60%

Students with suspensions

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

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 District Benchmark Assessments

47%

(Note: Kindergarten results not available at this time.)

(LCFF Snapshot = 55% K-12)

3rd Grade

100%

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

80% 60%

EL students with B- or higher in English courses

84% 61%

60%

70%

40%

68%

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) 2

% of EL students reclassified

Reclassified

As of last quarter

<1%

Total # of EL Students 5,342

ENGLISH LEA

(LCFF Snapshot = 10%)

ENROLLMENT

Enrollment by race / ethnicity 8% African-American

20%

2%

15% Asian

African-American

8%

Asian

15%

55% Latino or Hispanic

Latino/Hispanic

20% White

Other

2% Other 70%

55%

62%

White

SCHOOL

Enrollment by program eligibility

60% 50%

62% Socio-economically disadvantaged

40% 30%

22% English learner

22%

20%

13% SPED

13%

10% 0%

SED

ELD

SPED

1% Foster Youth

1%

1%

2%

3%

0%

Migrant Youth

Foster Youth

Homeless

SARB

DRB

Student Achievement Snapshot

Manteca Unified School District

Based on LCFF State Priorities

3

1180 822

963

1406 847

797

788

565

Enrollment by School As of December 18, 2017

114

764

9

40

541

1524

1060

1311 606

872

1121

1111

842

573

522 177

524

957

866

816 134

1800 1600 1400 1200 1000 800 600 400 200 0

1633 1630

ENROLLMENT (continued)

23,482 (Total Enrollment)

STUDENT A

COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS

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

84%

(LCFF Snapshot = 31%)

100%

90%

87%

100%

87%

80%

40%

66%

40% 20% 0% 9th Grade

92%

43%

20%

0% 9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

92%

60%

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

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

80% 60%

91%

78%

Students with C- or higher in CTE courses in one pathway

(LCFF Snapshot = 39%)

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Student Achievement Snapshot

Manteca Unified School District

Based on LCFF State Priorities

COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS (continued) 100%

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

40%

78%

20%

0%

0%

9th Grade

54%

49%

50% 28%

30% 10%

0% 10th Grade

11th Grade

11th Grade

courses

(LCFF Snapshot = 14% in EAP)

12th Grade

50%

Measuring college readiness in math

44%

30%

27%

20%

40%

Math courses

46%

37%

40%

Students with an A- or better in A-G

12th Grade

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

44%

20%

9th Grade

10th Grade

Measuring college readiness in ELA

37%

40%

82%

72%

60%

(LCFF Snapshot = 49%)

60%

75%

80%

10% 0%

(LCFF Snapshot = 5% in EAP)

9th Grade

10th Grade

Student Achievement Snapshot

11th Grade

12th Grade

Manteca Unified School District

Based on LCFF State Priorities

5

COLLEGE AND CAREER READINESS (continued)

College Readiness

% Prepared

21%

% of students who are college ready per the State of California

37%

new definition

% Approaching Prepared

21%

42%

(LCFF Snapshot = N/A)

% Not Prepared

STUDENT A

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT 80%

64%

60%

SCHOOL CL

K-8 ELA Formative Assessments

64% 38%

40%

15%

20%

19%

24%

22%

Students meeting or exceeding standards in

22%

38%

0% 1st Grade

2nd Grade

3rd Grade

4th Grade

5th Grade

6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

District Benchmark Assessments (Note: Kindergarten results not available at this time.)

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

Measuring ELA academic achievement for 9-12th grade students

60%

49%

50%

40%

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

30%

54%

37% 28%

20%

44%

10% 0%

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

9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

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Student Achievement Snapshot

Manteca Unified School District

Based on LCFF State Priorities

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT (continued) 91%

100% 80%

74%

60%

78% 45%

40%

K-8 Math Formative Assessments

64% 46%

47%

36%

44%

20% 0% Kindergarten

1st Grade

2nd Grade

3rd Grade

5th Grade

6th Grade

7th Grade

8th Grade

4th Grade

Students meeting or exceeding standards in District Benchmark Assessments

58%

STUDENT A

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

Measuring math academic achievement for 9-12th grade students Students with an A- or better in A-G Math courses

40%

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

50%

44% 37%

40% 30%

SCHOOL CL

46%

27%

20% 10% 0% 9th Grade

10th Grade

11th Grade

12th Grade

Making Our Fields Safer In MUSDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s ongoing efforts to make our fields safer, we have created a new Field Condition Summary Report. This report captures the conditions at every field,

plans for closures, and increases communication by comprehensively identifying areas of need. See a sample report on the following page. 7

Above: On 11-21, the Operations department held equipment training at WRHS. Each ground worker learned to operate the new turf renovator, seeder, and spreader along with new tractors with the 3-point hookup. Personnel from EUHS and WRHS attended. A second training will be held in December.

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MUSD Athletic Field Condition Summary Report — Due to Superintendent’s Office Each Month —

Use Tab and Shift + Tab to navigate. Type the first letter to auto-fill a field. (S for “Superior”, A for “Acceptable”, etc.)

School: East Union High School

Month Filed:

Date Completed: Do NOT sign the form until it is complete.

Site Admin. Signature Baseball Field (V)

Baseball Field (JV)

Practice Field Space(s)

Softball Field (V)

Softball Field (JV)

E

Stadium Field

PL

Overall Field Conditions

ior C :A cce ond iti Op on en ptab :P le o C o o Clo nd rC on se i d dit tion ion

Fields Evaluated

January December November October September August July June May April March February District Rep. Signature

en

Op

Op

en

:S

up er

Please choose one status for each of the fields inspected this month.

Stadium Field

Practice Field Space(s)

Baseball Field (V)

M

Baseball Field (JV) Softball Field (V)

Softball Field (JV) The full evaluation report is on file at the Superintendent’s Office.

A

Additional Field Condition Details Overall

Stadium Field

Stadium Track

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Baseball Field (V)

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

S

Practice Field Space(s)

Turf

Pests

Irrigation

Hazards

Next Scheduled Closure for field rest:

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Closed Poor Acceptable Next Scheduled Closure for field rest:Superior Next Scheduled Closure for field rest:

Baseball Field (JV)

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Next Scheduled Closure for field rest:

Softball Field (V)

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Next Scheduled Closure for field rest:

Softball Field (JV)

Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

Next Scheduled Closure for field rest:

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Closed Poor Acceptable Superior

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Reset Form Print Form Submit Form Closed Poor Acceptable Superior Closed Poor Acceptable Superior Closed Poor Acceptable Superior


Staffing Snapshot

Manteca Unified School District

iResults Staffing Snapshot - December CERTIFICATED STAFFING UPDATE - DECEMBER 2017 5

211

Total Number of Positions

Elementary Secondary

2017-2018

SpecEd

682

1,288

Vacancies

390

Total Positions

1

1

General Ed

Total Number of New Hires For the month of December 2017

Intervention

1

3

Special Ed - SDC

New Hire

1

Substitute Teachers & Resignations

Resignations

For the month of December 2017

5

Staffing Snapshot

4

Positions

Manteca Unified Substitute Teachers School District 1

CLASSIFIED STAFFING UPDATE - DECEMBER 2017 112

Total Number of Positions

Staffed Positions

2017 - 2018

Vacancies

1,428

1,316

Positions

1

Total Number of Hires

Bus Operator/Mechanic

5

4

For the month of December 2017

Clerical Custodial, etc.

19

Positions Filled

Library Media, etc.

2 5

2

Parprofessional, etc. School Site Assistant

Hiring Update

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

7 24 205 22

Total Number of Personnel Actions

46

December 2017 Only

12 7

Reassignments

New Hires

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Monthly Budget Report Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is 97 percent funded with 3 percent remaining for full funding implementation, which will be $215 million dollars with enrollment current numbers. LCFF funding 2017-18 1st Interim reporting $209 million dollars.

Key

Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)

LC F F

se a B

Increase Base Grant Funding

Support an increase to the base funding formula to address basic funding needs of our schools.

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SHS Cheer at the Citrus Bowl

The Citrus Bowl was a hit!! SHS Girls did great!! Look for Sierra High School Timberwolves in the Middle row between the 30yd and 35yd line!!

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Lincoln Staff Development Day

On Monday, January 8, MUSD faculty and staff spent the day collaborating in staff development. This involved both listening to a keynote speaker and working

together at each site. Gathering for a group photo, Lincoln staff showed they are “Plaid to be MUSD” and “Plaid to be Lincoln.” This demonstration of staff unity, and a clever play on words, makes us Proud of them too!

Job Fair

Proud to be MUSD!

Saturday Jan. 27 8:00 aM - 12:30 PM

Job Fair

Information for Classified positions will be available. On the spot interviews—and select job offers—for Certificated teaching positions! Call 209-858-0894 for more information.

2271 W. LouiSe ave Manteca, ca 95337

Certificated Personnel MUST register at Edjoin.org, by Jan. 19th @ 4 PM to receive an interview.

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Making a positive difference to each and every student daily.

Musd Insight 2018, Vol 1-Issue 5  

In this issue, we look at closer at our academic fields and our commitment to ensure they are safe for our student athletes.

Musd Insight 2018, Vol 1-Issue 5  

In this issue, we look at closer at our academic fields and our commitment to ensure they are safe for our student athletes.

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