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10/18/2019Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) 2019 - 2020 - Raymond Case Elementary ESRaymond Case ElementaryLocal Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)2019 - 2020Principal:(Signature):County-District-School (CDS) Code: 34673146118046Elk Grove Unified School DistrictElk Grove, CaliforniaApproved by the Elk Grove Unified School District Board of Education on*Meets E.C. 64001 Requirements for a Single Plan for Student Achievementsisreporting.egusd.net/LCAP 1 2/index.cfm?fuseaction yesPrintAll&isPrint 1&bannerImg 0&reportWindow 2&requestTimeout 10001/29

10/18/2019Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) 2019 - 2020 - Raymond Case Elementary ESLocal Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Table of ContentsRaymond Case Elementary 2019 - 2020Cover PageI. Introductiona. EGUSD DescriptionMission Statement and Core ValuesDistrict Bold Goals (K-12)District Annual Student Performance Targetsb. School Descriptionc. School DemographicsII. TimelineIII. Analysis of Data and Action PlanIV. FundingV. Staffing MatrixVI. GovernanceVII. Addenduma. Title II Planb. GATE Planc. Decision Making Modelssisreporting.egusd.net/LCAP 1 2/index.cfm?fuseaction yesPrintAll&isPrint 1&bannerImg 0&reportWindow 2&requestTimeout 10002/29

10/18/2019Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) 2019 - 2020 - Raymond Case Elementary ESI. IntroductionRaymond Case Elementary 2019-2020Elk Grove Unified School District - DescriptionThe Elk Grove Unified School District has served the Cosumnes River- south Sacramento area since 1959 as a unified district. The 320 squaremiles of the district includes the city of Elk Grove as well as the southern part of the city of Sacramento and large portions of Sacramento County.As of October 2018 our K-12 enrollment was 63,371, a figure that includes 8,959 students who are English Learners. Students come to ElkGrove from all over the world, and they speak more than 66 different languages.Mission Statement:The Elk Grove Unified School District will provide a learning community that challenges ALL students to realize their greatest potentialCore Values:Outcomes for students: Achievement of core academic skills; Confident, effective thinkers and problem solvers; Ethical participants in societyCommitments about how we operate as an organization: Supporting continuous improvement of instruction; Building strong relationshipsHigh expectations for learning for ALL students and staff: Instructional excellence; Safe, peaceful, and healthy environment; Enrichedlearning environment; Collaboration with diverse communities and familiesSchool DescriptionSee School Accountability Report Card at www.egusd.netSchool DemographicsSchoolEnrollment(SOURCE: October 2018, CDE)English Language LearnersLanguages other than EnglishStudents of Poverty818(SOURCE: October 2018, CDE)175(SOURCE: October 2018, CDE)23(SOURCE: October 2018, CDE)509EthnicitySchool(SOURCE: October 2018, CDE)AfricanAmericanAmericanIndianAsianHispanicTwo or 13.57%)0(0.00%)Purpose and DescriptionBriefly describe the purpose of this plan (Select from Schoolwide Program, Comprehensive Support and Improvement, TargetedSupport and Improvement, or Additional Targeted Support and Improvement)Schoolwide ProgramTargeted Support and ImprovementComprehensive Support and ImprovementAdditional Targeted Support and ImprovementLEA ChoiceBriefly describe the school's plan for effectively meeting the ESSA requirements in alignment with the Local Control andAccountability Plan and other federal, state, and local programs.The Site Local Control Accountability Plan is a strategic plan that identifies federal, state, and local resources available to the school while aligningwith and informing the district Local Control and Accountability Plan process.The plan consolidates all school-level planning efforts into one plan for programs funded through the consolidated application (ConApp), and forfederal school improvement programs, including schoolwide programs, Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI), Targeted Support andImprovement (TSI), and Additional Targeted Support and Improvement (ATSI). This plan is designed to meet schoolwide program planningrequirements and the CSI, TSI, or ATSI requirements, as applicable.The Site LCAP planning process supports continuous cycles of action, reflection, and improvement. Consistent with EC 65001, the School SiteCouncil (SSC) is required to develop and annually review the plan, establish an annual budget, and make modifications to the plan that reflectchanging needs and priorities, as applicable.sisreporting.egusd.net/LCAP 1 2/index.cfm?fuseaction yesPrintAll&isPrint 1&bannerImg 0&reportWindow 2&requestTimeout 10003/29

10/18/2019Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) 2019 - 2020 - Raymond Case Elementary ESII. TimelineRaymond Case Elementary 2019-2020ActionNoteDue DateCompletedApril19-20 ALLOCATIONS RELEASEDReleased for Planning and BudgetDevelopment4/1/1919-20 SITE LCAP ReleasedBegin Drafting4/8/19Site LCAP WritingAttend Make and Take SessionsHold First Spring SSC Meetings- Evaluation of the 18-19 Site LCAP- Develop the 19-20 Site LCAPUse Template Agenda and Minutes AvailableOnline4/8/19-4/12/194/29/19 5/3/19Hold LCAP Stakeholder Engagement MeetingReview and Develop Goals and Actions4/29/19 5/3/19Hold ELAC Meeting For Review and Advisement of PlanReview and Develop Goals and Actions4/29/19 5/3/19MayDRAFT 19-20 SITE PLAN DUE TO LSS- Submit First SSC Minutes with Evaluation and DevelopmentNotedAll Sections Completed5/10/19LSS Notifications: Site Plans not submittedProvided to Directors5/10/19Directors/Programs Review the Site LCAPProvided to Respective Departments/Programs5/17/19Sites Revise Plans Based on Feedback5/20/19-5/21/19Hold Second Spring SSC Meeting- Approve the Site LCAP- Obtain all required signatures5/22/19-5/23/19FINAL 19-20 SITE PLAN DUE TO LSS- Submit Second SSC Minutes with Approval Noted- Submit original signature pagesLSS Reviews Plans for Completion and Approval5/24/19Final Review of Plans5/28/19 5/31/19JuneThere are no events to display for this monthActionNoteDue DateCompletedJulyThere are no events to display for this monthAugustThere are no events to display for this monthSeptemberThere are no events to display for this monthsisreporting.egusd.net/LCAP 1 2/index.cfm?fuseaction yesPrintAll&isPrint 1&bannerImg 0&reportWindow 2&requestTimeout 10004/29

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10/18/2019Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) 2019 - 2020 - Raymond Case Elementary ESIII. ANALYSIS OF STUDENT DATA & ACTION PLANFocused Work: 2019-2020Raymond Case ElementaryPlan ApprovalInitial PlanPositionSignatureFinal et DepartmentJake KerlingCareer and Technical EducationNACurriculum and Professional LearningJerrilyn Ewing5/14/2019RequiredPositionElementary Educationf Keval5/23/2019RequiredPositionEnglish Learner ServicesLindsey Lilley5/31/2019RequiredPositionFamily and Community EngagementLisa Levasseur9/9/2019RequiredPositionFoster YouthMaya Webb9/10/2019RequiredPositionLSSChristina DeWaal5/20/2019RequiredPositionPositive Behavioral Intervention and SupportsLisa Vartanian5/10/2019RequiredPositionSecondary EducationNARequiredPositionRequiredPositionData AnalysisUsing the information provided to you in your Site LCAP Metrics and School Accountability Report Card (SARC),along with any other student data you use or have collected (i.e., California School Dashboard, suspension days, CAASPPinterim assessments, etc.), collaborate with your staff and school site council to determine your Goals and AnnualActions. These actions do not have to be plentiful, but they need to be meaningful and measureable.Please fill out the form below as documentation of your data analysis meeting with your staff and school site council.Data Analysis Meeting:Staff:Traditional/Modified:Year Round:School Site Council:Date: 4/29/2019 (mm/dd/yyyy)Tracks: B, C, DDate:(mm/dd/yyyy)Tracks: ADate:(mm/dd/yyyy)Date: 4/8/2019 (mm/dd/yyyy)John SantinPrincipal's SignaturePrincipal's Namesisreporting.egusd.net/LCAP 1 2/index.cfm?fuseaction yesPrintAll&isPrint 1&bannerImg 0&reportWindow 2&requestTimeout 10006/29

10/18/2019Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) 2019 - 2020 - Raymond Case Elementary ESGoal SettingState PrioritiesConditions of Learning:Priority 1 - Compliance with Williams criteria - instructional materials, teacher assignments and credentials, facilitiesPriority 2 - Implementation of SBE adopted academic content standards, including programs and services for ELs to access the Common Coreand ELD standardsPriority 7 - Access, including for subgroups, to a broad course of studyPupil Outcomes:Priority 4 - Pupil Achievement - statewide assessments, API, completion of A-G requirements, CTE sequences and AP courses, EL progresstoward proficiency, college preparation (EAP)Priority 8 - Pupil outcomes in specified subject areasEngagement:Priority 3 - Parental involvementPriority 5 - Pupil engagement - attendance, dropout and graduation ratesPriority 6 - School climate - suspension and expulsion rates, etc.Strategic GoalsGoal 1: High-Quality Classroom Instruction and CurriculumAll students will have access to standards aligned curriculum and receive high quality instruction to promote college, career, and lifereadiness and eliminate the achievement gap.Goal 2: Assessment, Data Analysis, & ActionAll students will benefit from instruction guided by assessment results (formative, interim and summative) and continuous programmaticevaluation.Goal 3: WellnessAll students will have an equitable opportunity to learn in a culturally responsive, physically/ and emotionally healthy and safe environment.Goal 4: Family and Community EngagementAll students will benefit from programs and services designed to inform and involve family and community partners.Stakeholder EngagementInvolvement Process for LCAP and Annual UpdateHow, when, and with whom did the school consult as part of the planning process for this LCAP/Annual Review and Analysis?In addition to personal conversations with stakeholders, input has been sought through multiple stakeholder meetings. Ongoing and continuedconversations with stakeholders at monthly grade level meetings, monthly PBIS meetings, monthly leadership meetings, PTO board meetings,parent communication/awards ceremonies. The following opportunities for stakeholders to be apart of the planning process for this LCAP/AnnualReview and Analysis:Input was gathered from the:- Raymond Case Leadership Team on 3/18/19, 4/29/19- Grade level meeting on 3/25/19/18, 4/4/19- School Site Council on5/1/19, 5/9/19, 5/21/19- ELAC on 5/10/19- Staff meeting on 4/1/19, 5/6/19Impact of LCAP and Annual UpdateHow did these consultations affect the LCAP for the upcoming year?These many consultations provided a clear vision for the stakeholders to provide meaningful input that Raymond Case will integrate in theLCAP The current interventions has demonstrated growth and as Raymond Case Elementary transitions into 2019-2020 from being a TargetedAssistance School receiving Title I funds in 2018 - 2019 to school-wide Title I in 2019 - 2020. The stakeholder groups continued to supporttargeted students with continued intervention services both during the school day and after school, continued professional development and acontinued focus on parent involvementThe SSC and ELAC reviewed input from all stakeholders. They synthesized input to include the following goals in the LCAP for the next year:1. Provide extended learning opportunities for students2. Increase parent involvement3. Provide Professional Development and articulation as necessary for CCSSBased on input from stakeholders and data:Interventions in place are continuing to support growth. These include professional development for teachers, release time for observation,data meetings, and professional development, targeted intervention during the school day, systemic response to intervention for both behaviorand academic needs. It is recommended that interventions in place continue. In addition, an increase of librarian hours, assessmenttechnology, instructional technology intervention resources. Replacement of aging technology (projectors, document cameras, printers) wasalso added. Supplies to support maintenance of above programs was also added.Resource InequitiesBriefly identify and describe any resource inequities identified as a result of the required needs assessment, as applicable.N/Asisreporting.egusd.net/LCAP 1 2/index.cfm?fuseaction yesPrintAll&isPrint 1&bannerImg 0&reportWindow 2&requestTimeout 10007/29

10/18/2019Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) 2019 - 2020 - Raymond Case Elementary ESGoals, Actions, and Progress IndicatorsDistrict Strategic Goal 1:District Needs and Metrics 1:All students will have access to standards aligned curriculumand receive high quality instruction to promote college, career,and life readiness and eliminate the achievement gap.Students need high quality classroom instruction and curriculumas measured by:Access to Courses (Honors, AP/IB, CTE)A-G CompletionAP/IB ExamsCAASPPContent Standards ImplementationCTE Sequence CompletionEAPInstructional MaterialsProgress toward English ProficiencyRedesignationTeacher AssignmentJump To: District Goal 1 District Goal 2 District Goal 3 District Goal 4 Justification CertificationSite Goal 1.1Site Goal 1.1: Provide targeted intervention in both reading and math for students assessed to be below grade level standards using thefollowing measures: CAASPP, K/1 Benchmarks, EGUSD, Grade 2 - 6, Common Assessment, other grade level PLC assessment and SMART Goals.Metric: Other (Site-based/local assessment)Actions/Services 1.1.1Principally Targeted Student Group All Black or African American EL Foster Youth Low IncomeSpecific Actions to Meet Expected OutcomeSmall group instruction from certificatedteachers on a timesheet both during theschool day and after school to targetedstudents.What is the Research Confirming this is anEffective Practice?How will you Measure the Effectiveness of theActions/Services?John Hattie, Visible Learning for Teachers:Maximizing Impact on Learning.Teacher Clarity Effect SizeFormative Assessments Effect SizeSmall Group Learning ELA/Math EffectSize 0.49Reading Phonic Instruction Effect Size0.60Reading Comprehension ProgramsEffect Size 0.58Students will make a 3-5% gain as measuredby grade level benchmark assessments,district common assessments, and CAASPPresults in ELA and Math. Students will reachSMART goals as measured by grade levelprogram assessments.Effectiveness will also be measured usinginformal observation and teacher surveys.Outcomes will be assessed and data will bereviewed three times during the year - at thebeginning of the school year, at the end of the2nd trimester and at the end of the thirdtrimester.5-10% growth in the number of K-2 studentsmeeting grade level benchmarks.2017 - 2018 CAASPP ELA Over all 64% meetor exceed; Math 59% overall meet orexceed.Funding SourceAmountDescription of UseTitle I – Basic (4900/3010) 55020Certificated SalariesEditDeleteActions/Services 1.1.2Principally Targeted Student Group All Black or African American EL Foster Youth Low IncomeSpecific Actions to Meet Expected OutcomeWhat is the Research Confirming this is anEffective Practice?How will you Measure the Effectiveness of theActions/Services?Provide targeted intervention support toclassrooms, through timesheet paraeducators, who will work closely with gradelevel teams and classrooms.Small Group Learning Effect Size 0.49Reading Phonic Instruction Effect Size 0.60Students will make a 3-5% gain as measuredby grade level benchmark assessments,district common assessments, and CAASPPresults in ELA and Math. Students will reachSMART goals as measured by grade levelprogram assessments.Effectiveness will also be measured usingsisreporting.egusd.net/LCAP 1 2/index.cfm?fuseaction yesPrintAll&isPrint 1&bannerImg 0&reportWindow 2&requestTimeout 10008/29

10/18/2019Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) 2019 - 2020 - Raymond Case Elementary ESinformal observation and teacher surveys.Outcomes will be assessed and data will bereviewed three times during the year - at thebeginning of the school year, at the end of the2nd trimester and at the end of the thirdtrimester.5-10% growth in the number of K-2 studentsmeeting grade level benchmarks.2017 - 2018 CAASPP ELA Over all 64%meet or exceed; Math 59% overall meet orexceed.Funding SourceAmountDescription of UseTitle I – Basic (4900/3010) 31036Classified SalariesEditDeleteActions/Services 1.1.3Principally Targeted Student Group All Black or African American EL Foster Youth R-FEPSpecific Actions to Meet Expected OutcomeProvide continued professional developmentfor certificated and classified staff throughVisible Learning.Provide continued professional developmentfor certificated teachers to increase academicachievement for low performing groups.What is the Research Confirming this is anEffective Practice?How will you Measure the Effectiveness of theActions/Services?John Hattie, Visible Learning for Teachers:Maximizing Impact on Learning.Teacher Clarity Effect SizeFormative Assessments Effect SizeSmall Group Learning ELA/Math EffectSize 0.49Reading Phonic Instruction Effect Size0.60Reading Comprehension ProgramsEffect Size 0.58Collective Teacher Efficacy Effect Size1.57Students will make a 3-5% gain as measuredby grade level benchmark assessments,district common assessments, and CAASPPresults in ELA and Math. Students will reachSMART goals as measured by grade levelprogram assessments.Effectiveness will also be measured usinginformal observation and teacher surveys.Outcomes will be assessed and data will bereviewed three times during the year - at thebeginning of the school year, at the end of the2nd trimester and at the end of the thirdtrimester.5-10% growth in the number of K-2 studentsmeeting grade level benchmarks.2017 - 2018 CAASPP ELA Over all 64% meetor exceed; Math 59% overall meet orexceed.Funding SourceAmountDescription of UseTitle I – Basic (4900/3010) 35000Certificated SalariesEditDeleteActions/Services 1.1.4Principally Targeted Student Group Black or African American EL Foster Youth Low Income R-FEP SWDSpecific Actions to Meet Expected OutcomePurchase additional technology(Chromebooks, (4)Chromebook Lockers 3-6Grade , Document Cameras) instructionalsupplies, leveled books, curriculum (MAP;Measurement Academic Progress, LEXIA Core5-3; Moby Max 3-6)for targeted groups inworkshop and intervention supports. Toremain in accordance with BP 6161.1, nomore than 15 copies (including digital) wouldbe purchased without Board adoption.What is the Research Confirming this is anEffective Practice?Small groups learning effect size 0.49How will you Measure the Effectiveness of theActions/Services?Students will make a 3-5% gain as measuredby grade level benchmark assessments,district common assessments, and CAASPPresults in ELA and Math. Students will reachSMART goals as measured by grade levelprogram assessments.Effectiveness will also be measured usinginformal observation and teacher surveys.Outcomes will be assessed and data will bereviewed three ti