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  • 1. Accelerated Student Achievement Update Presented by : Dr. Ramona Bishop Associate Superintendent Curriculum & Academic Achievement District Board Meeting - March 20, 2010
  • 2. Twin Rivers Unified School District
    • Goal #1 - By June 2011, Twin Rivers Unified School District students 10th grade California High School Exit Exam passage rates will increase seven percentage points annually to reach at least 80%
      • By 2011, each pre-K through 8 school site will increase the number of students demonstrating pre-requisite skills to pass the California High School Exit Exam, as measured by proficiency on STAR
  • 3. STAR Data
  • 4. TRUSD ELA Assessments 2009-10 Percent Proficient & Above - Grades 1-10 (HMR for Elementary)
  • 5. TRUSD Math Assessments 2009-10 Percent Proficient & Above - Grades 1-12
  • 6. CAHSEE Data
  • 7. TRUSD February CAHSEE ELA Pass Rates 2010 and 2009
  • 8. TRUSD February CAHSEE Math Pass Rates 2010 and 2009
  • 9. TRUSD February CAHSEE ELA Proficiency Rates 2010 and 2009
  • 10. TRUSD February CAHSEE Math Proficiency Rates 2010 and 2009
  • 11.
    • Goal #2 - By June 2011, Twin Rivers Unified School District student graduation rates will be commensurate with county rates using the county’s calculation method, with A-G requirements met
      • By 2011, each pre-K – 8 school will increase students demonstrating prerequisite skills for A-G as measured by proficiency in STAR
      • By 2011, Twin Rivers Unified School District will increase students meeting A-G requirements
      • By 2011, each secondary school site in Twin Rivers Unified School District will increase the number of students scoring graduating with A-G requirements met
    Twin Rivers Unified School District
  • 12. Graduation Rates
  • 13. TRUSD High School Graduation Rate * 2009 has been calculated by TRUSD and has not been confirmed by CDE. 10.5% Increase 26.6% Increase 2.1% Increase -6.7% Decrease 4.8% Increase 9.8% increase 8.3% increase               50% 57% 59% 83.10% 86.60% 82.80% 88.50% 39.50% 30.40% 56.90% 89.80% 81.80% 73% 80.20%
  • 14. Percentage of High School Seniors Who Were / Are: A-G Eligible / On Track
    • The numbers for the 2010 graduating class are not final. These scores are as of March 2010 and will be recalculated at the end of the school year.
    • This has been calculated by TRUSD and cannot be found on CDE’s website.
    30.6% 21.7% 28.1% 34.0% 16.0% 17.0% 19.0% 24.0% 7.0% 13.7% 16.3% 13.5% + 23.6 % + 8 % + 11.8 % + 20.5%
  • 15. TRUSD’s Four-Year College Bound Students This is a partial list of TRUSD’s four-year college bound students. Students are still being notified and the list will be updated.
  • 16. Foothill High School
    • Caitlin Daner CSU East Bay
    • Jourdan Carpenter CSU San Diego
    • Siray Stevens Grambling
    • Irisha Gibbs CSU Sacramento
    • Andre Berg UC Santa Barbara
    • Samantha Nguyen UC Irvine
    • Krystsina Kezikava UC San Diego
    • Ana Arias CSU Sacramento
    • Sandy Garcia CSU Sacramento
    • Bianca Rivera Institute of Technology (Culinary Arts)
    • Charles Washburn CSU San Diego
    • Joey Gudino UC Riverside
    • Elizabeth Chan UCLA
    • Svetlana Donchenko UC Santa Barbara
    • Gwynee Gerales UC Santa Barbara
    • Adan Hermosillo UC Barbara
    • Yana Malyuk UC Santa Barbara
    • Brandon Nevin UC Santa Barbara
    • Joseph and
    • Thomas Piotrowski UC Santa Barbara
    • Yuliya Velichko UC Santa Barbara
    • Anastasiya
    • Yevdokimenko UC Santa Barbara
    • Andrew Moore CSU Sacramento
    • Nick Stanley Ohio Wesleyan University
  • 17. Grant High School
    • Ana Martinez: UC Davis, UC Irvine,
    • UC Merced
    • Lue Lo CSU Sacramento, Chico
    • Shoua Lor UC Merced, UC Riverside
    • Mai Ger Lor         UC Irvine, UC Davis
    • Monserrat Moreno  UC Merced, UC Santa Cruz
    • Sheng Lor              CSU East Bay
    • Gerardo Gonzalez  UC Merced
    • Susie Lao           CSU Sacramento
    • See Lee                  Norfolk State University
    • Sheng M. Lor         CSU Sacramento, CSU
    • Monterey
    • Sandy Lao           CSU Sacramento
    • Dao Lor                CSU San Jose
    • Jorge Gonzales     UC Davis, UC Merced,
    • CSU Sacramento
    • Xang Lor               UC Riverside, CSU
    • Sacramento, CSU Humbolt
    • See Lor                 CUS Sacramento
    • Mai Lo                    Simpson University
    • Alex Moore            CSU Sacramento,
    • CSU San Francisco
    • Jerry Lao              CSU Sacramento
    • Charday Adams     USC
    • Monica Caldwell       UC San Diego or UC Davis
    • Tatiana Burrough       Cal State Northridge
    • Lina Alegria Villafane Humboldt State
    • Devontae Butler        Washington State
    • Myeisha Dinkins        Texas Southern
    • Mariefe Estrada          Sacramento State
    • Jorge Gonzales           Sacramento State
    • Sulema Flores            Sacramento State
    • Kemauree Daniel           CSU Chico, CSU Sacramento
    • Ashlei Kelly                   UC Riverside
    • Marisol Torres               CSU, Sacramento
    • Elvis Vo                        UC Davis
    • Chia Xiong                    CSU, East Bay, Fresno
    • Sacramento
    • Ashley Yang                 UC Davis, CSU Sacramento
    • Ka Yang                       CSU, Sacramento
    • Holly Sutton                  San Diego State
    • Nancy Her                     CSU Sacramento
  • 18. Highlands High School
    • Angelica Magett Woodbury, Cal Poly Pamona, California College of arts
    • Angelita Preciado CSU, Sacramento
    • Debra Pequeen SF State, CSU Chico, CSU Sacramento, UC Santa Cruz
    • Estefania Sanchez Mills College
    • Jennifer Polite Cal State East Bay, CSU Sac
    • Lidia Mendiola UCLA, UC Irvine, UC Davis, Cal Poly, San Diego State
    • Michelle Molina Arizona State, Fresno State
    • Mike Richardson Liberty University, Point Loma Nazarene University
    • Stacy Saetern CSU, Sacramento
  • 19. Rio Linda High School
    • Danielle Anderson Virginia Tech
    • Maichi Cha UC Irvine
    • Devon Golez Cal Poly
    • Jeamee Her UC Santa Cruz, UC Davis, University of the Pacific
    • Amanda Jones San Diego State, UC Santa Cruz, CSU Chico,
    • UC Davis
    • Pa Hnu Lo San Diego State, Azusa Pacific,
    • CSU Sacramento
    • Peter Lo UC San Diego, Cal Poly, UC Davis
    • Jeannethe Lopez-Guzmen UC Davis, UC San Diego
    • Ani Movsisyan UC Davis, UC Santa Barbra
    • Adrian Naidu UC Davis, UC San Diego
    • Jusnideo Quintos UC Davis
    • Joseph Ruiz Stanford
    • Nuviarely Saldana UC Davis, UC Santa Cruz
    • Phillip Tran San Diego State, UCLA
  • 20.
    • Goal #3 - By June 2011, Twin Rivers Unified School District will improve proficiency by annually meeting proficiency targets as measured by the California Standards Test. Twin Rivers Unified School District will make significant progress toward eliminating existing achievement gaps pre-K – adult.
      • By 2011, Twin Rivers Unified School District will increase the percentage of African-American, Latino-American, Southeast Asian-American, and students living in poverty scoring proficient or above in all tested areas on STAR, each year, by a measurable percent, until they exceed the county rates
      • Reduce by 20% each year, the number of schools in program improvement
    Twin Rivers Unified School District
  • 21. Frontier Elementary
    • The Blue Ribbon Schools Program requires schools to meet either of two assessment criteria:
    • At least 40 percent of their students from disadvantaged
    • backgrounds that dramatically improve student
    • performance in accordance with state assessment
    • systems; and
    • It rewards schools that score in the top 10 percent on
    • state assessments.
    2009 National Blue Ribbon School
  • 22. Oakdale Elementary
    • The schools were selected because they demonstrated that all
    • students are making significant progress toward proficiency on
    • California's academic content standards
    • The school's socio-economically disadvantaged students doubled
    • the achievement targets set for them for two consecutive years
    Title 1 Academic Achievement Award
  • 23. Hazel Strauch Elementary Title 1 Academic Achievement Award
    • The schools were selected because they demonstrated that all
    • students are making significant progress toward proficiency on
    • California's academic content standards
    • The school's socio-economically disadvantaged students doubled
    • the achievement targets set for them for two consecutive years
  • 24. Moving Schools Out of Program Improvement
  • 25. North Avenue Elementary
  • 26. Fairbanks Elementary
  • 27. Noralto Elementary
  • 28.
    • Goal #4 - Twin Rivers Unified School District will use data for proper/early identification of students who are struggling or need additional challenges
    Twin Rivers Unified School District
  • 29. Professional Development Global Topics : Integrating Arts into the Curriculum / 21 st Century Learning / Taking Parent Involvement to the Next Level
  • 30. Professional Development Instructional Topics : Response to Intervention / Differentiated Instruction / English Language Development / Culturally Responsive Pedagogy
  • 31. Quality Core Curriculum Instruction
  • 32.
    • Goal #5 - Twin Rivers Unified School District will improve options for students
    • pre-K to adult, including alternative settings
    Twin Rivers Unified School District
  • 33. Options Arts Integration Tour Maestro Michael Morgan
  • 34. Student Activities Spelling Bee Essay/Poster Contest Oratory Speech Contest
  • 35. Student Athletics
  • 36. Expanding Middle School Sports
    • Offering new sports wrestling, golf and Track
    • Offering league opportunities to charter schools
  • 37. Scope of Program
    • Fielding teams that will compete in the New CVC and PVL
    • Creating opportunities for college bound athletes in nontraditional sports
  • 38. Title IX Equity
    • Creating more opportunities for girls
    • Providing Equitable resources for girl’s programs
    • Providing proper supervision and instruction
  • 39. Elementary School Sports
    • Unique to our District
    • Connecting kids to their school
    • Putting families on secondary campuses
  • 40. Alternative Schools
    • Pacific High School hosts the only Sacramento area continuation basketball league
  • 41. Parental Involvement
    • Supporting Students
    • Volunteering
  • 42. Letting Our Students Live Their Dreams
  • 43. Summary
    • Moderate increases in ELA CAHSEE passage in most high schools
    • Significant increase in students completing A-G course work
    • Progress toward eliminated achievement gaps
    • Continued training and support for differentiated instruction to meet the needs of all students
    • Increased extra-curricular, high-interest options for all students