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All Students

◦ PBIS: The Spartan Way
◦ Link Crew: 9th grade transition

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Within the School Day
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CAHSEE In...
Percent of
Pop.
2013-14

Percent of
Pop.
2012-13

Percent of
Pop.
2011-12

Percent of
Pop.
2010-11

Percent of
Pop.
2009-1...
Free and Reduced Lunch
School Year
2013-2014
2012-2013
2011-2012
2010-2011
2009-2010
2008-2009

Numbers of Students

% of ...
 Spirited: Pride in self, school and community
 Prepared:
 Achieve:

on time and ready to go

your best effort

 Respe...






Recognized that SST’s were going straight to
testing for special education
Also recognized that we were spending ...
Share: What interventions do you have at
your school for ALL students?
Appointment in the North


CAHSEE Intervention Classes

◦ Both in the general education setting and in the
special education setting (English and ...
Long Term English Learners
CST/CMA Proficient/Advanced

Core English

CST/CMA Basic and CELDT 3,4,5

CORE English +
Advanc...
Less than 5 Years English Learners

EL Year #2-5
CST/CMA Proficient/Advanced

Core English

CST/CMA Basic and CELDT 3,4,5
...
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Full Day Truancies

◦ Weekly contact by administrator
◦ Given a week to clear by parent/guardian
◦ Saturday detention t...
Share: What interventions do you have at
your school within the school day?
Appointment in the West


CAHSEE Boot Camp
◦
◦
◦
◦


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6 weeks before the March CAHSEE
Offered before and after school 3 days a week
Incentives...
Share: What interventions do you have at
your school outside the school day?
Appointment in the South
Share: What interventions do you have at
your school for special populations?
Appointment in the East
Contact Information:
Rebecca Roberts, Ed.D.
rroberts@orangeusd.org
(714) 628-5509
Tamette Rappa,
trappa@orangeusd.org
(714...
Acsa conference network of systematic interventions
Acsa conference network of systematic interventions
Acsa conference network of systematic interventions
Acsa conference network of systematic interventions
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  1. 1.  All Students ◦ PBIS: The Spartan Way ◦ Link Crew: 9th grade transition  Within the School Day ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦  CAHSEE Intervention Classes English Learner course sequence AVID Attendance Interventions Outside the School Day ◦ CAHSEE Boot Camp ◦ After School Tutoring ◦ Credit Recovery
  2. 2. Percent of Pop. 2013-14 Percent of Pop. 2012-13 Percent of Pop. 2011-12 Percent of Pop. 2010-11 Percent of Pop. 2009-10 African-American 2% 1.6% 1.6% 1.6 % 1.4 % American Indian 1% 0.5% 0.5% 0.6 % 0.7 % 10% 9.8% 10.9% 11 % 10.5 % 2% 2.2% 1.8% 1.5 % 1.8 % 40% 38.5% 36.7% 35.2 % 30.9 % 1% 0.8% 0.8% 0.8 % 0.6 % 43% 45.8% 46.5% 48.2 % 53 % 1% 0.8% 1.2% 1.1 % 1.1 % Ethnicity Asian Filipino Hispanic Pacific Islander Caucasian Other
  3. 3. Free and Reduced Lunch School Year 2013-2014 2012-2013 2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010 2008-2009 Numbers of Students % of Student Population 737 682 683 658 546 395 30.0% 27.2% 27.9% 26.9 % 21.9 % 16.2 % Students with Disabilities = 214 students English Learners Year 2013-2014 2012-2013 2011-2012 2010-2011 2009-2010 2008-2009 Grade 9 Grade 10 Grade 11 Grade 12 LEP Total % LEP 49 45 46 31 35 158 47 175 6% 205 8.2% 224 9% 51 50 63 65 62 48 54 63 64 54 28 54 67 60 35 36 35 32 229 183 7% 9% 7.5 %
  4. 4.  Spirited: Pride in self, school and community  Prepared:  Achieve: on time and ready to go your best effort  Respectful: of self staff and peers  Trustworthy: reliable, honest  Adaptive: handle change and diversity  Noble: High intellect and moral level
  5. 5.    Recognized that SST’s were going straight to testing for special education Also recognized that we were spending a lot of resources and time (students out of class) and students weren’t qualifying Established the CAST process to provide interventions
  6. 6. Share: What interventions do you have at your school for ALL students? Appointment in the North
  7. 7.  CAHSEE Intervention Classes ◦ Both in the general education setting and in the special education setting (English and Math)   English Learner Course Sequence Special Education Courses ◦ Collaborative/Co-Teaching ◦ Double Block Read 180 classes for SPED/LEP   AVID Attendance Interventions ◦ PLASCO for Tardies ◦ Single Period and Full day truancy interventions
  8. 8. Long Term English Learners CST/CMA Proficient/Advanced Core English CST/CMA Basic and CELDT 3,4,5 CORE English + Advanced Reading CST/CMA Below Basic or Far Below Basic and CELDT 3,4,5 ELD Transitional English + Reading CST/CMA Below Basic or Far Below Basic and CELDT 1,2,3 and 9th grade English Intensive Double Block
  9. 9. Less than 5 Years English Learners EL Year #2-5 CST/CMA Proficient/Advanced Core English CST/CMA Basic and CELDT 3,4,5 CORE English + Advanced Reading CST/CMA Below Basic or Far Below Basic ELD Transitional English or EL Year #1: CELDT 1-4 Intermediate ELD + Reading ELD Intermediate or ELD Beginning
  10. 10.  Full Day Truancies ◦ Weekly contact by administrator ◦ Given a week to clear by parent/guardian ◦ Saturday detention to recollect ADA  Single Period Truancies ◦ Weekly contact by administrator ◦ Given a week to clear by parent/guardian if start of the day or teacher if within the school day ◦ Given 2 detentions for each period if not cleared
  11. 11. Share: What interventions do you have at your school within the school day? Appointment in the West
  12. 12.  CAHSEE Boot Camp ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦   6 weeks before the March CAHSEE Offered before and after school 3 days a week Incentives for attending Targets English learners and 10th graders scoring between 325 and 375 ELA CST After School Tutoring Credit Recovery ◦ Four days a week, 2 hours each day
  13. 13. Share: What interventions do you have at your school outside the school day? Appointment in the South
  14. 14. Share: What interventions do you have at your school for special populations? Appointment in the East
  15. 15. Contact Information: Rebecca Roberts, Ed.D. rroberts@orangeusd.org (714) 628-5509 Tamette Rappa, trappa@orangeusd.org (714) 628-5508

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