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High School
2016 Summer Term
LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT
Beyond the Bell Branch
1
Today’s Goals
•Study the contents of the High
School 2016 Summer Term
Policies and Procedures Binder
•Share instructional ...
Summer Term Goals
•Provide LAUSD high school
students in grades 9-12 the
opportunity to retake up to two
courses needed fo...
New in 2016 Summer Term
•Fulltime Counselor position
•Two periods of Teacher Leader time
•One hour of paid teacher Common
...
New in 2016 Summer Term
•Two sections of non-core courses at
each school
•Research-supported Later Start
Schedule
•Transpo...
Current LAUSD
High School Students Only!
•Students who were enrolled in grades 9-
12 in LAUSD during spring 2016 and are
i...
Host Sites Open to All Students
•Students may attend any high school
that is geographically convenient and
offers the cour...
2016 Summer Term Facts
Facts about Summer 2016
•71 host high school sites
•2,749 courses offered
•1,374 teaching positions...
NORM DAY
•Wednesday, June 29, 2016 is Norm Day.
•By this date schools are to have all
data entered into MiSiS.
•All “no-sh...
SUBMISSION OF
NORM DAY REPORT
•Thursday, June 30, 2016 between
9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.:
• Print and submit the MiSiS Clas...
TAB 1
Offices and Contacts
Pages i-iii
11
TAB 2
MEM – 6628.0
High School 2016
Summer Term
12
TAB 3
Staffing & Organization
Pages 1-10
13
Summer Staffing
Summer Term Principal
• Duties and Administrative Absences
Teacher Hours & Daily Schedule
• Teacher Salary...
Summer Staffing
Teachers
• 2.5 hours per period
• Stipend of 1.09224 times their scheduled
hourly rate if teaching two per...
Common Planning Time
• 1 hour each week before or after school day
• 7:50 a.m.-8:50 a.m. or 2:40 p.m.-3:40 p.m.
• Summer p...
Summer Staffing
Substitute Teachers
• Only permanent and probationary teachers
who applied online may substitute
• SAA man...
Summer Staffing
Counselors
• One fulltime position per host site
• Hiring of counselors April 18-May 20
• Works as a “case...
Campus Aide Assignments
Campus Aides
• 3.5 hours per day
• 1 Campus Aide position assigned only to high
schools with 40 or...
School Supervision Aides
School Supervision Aides (SSA)
• 3 positions for each high school site
• 4 hours per day per posi...
Preplanning Funds
Must be time reported by Friday, June 24th
• 12 hours of Administrator X-time
• Administrators must fill...
Summer Organization
General Supplies & Custodial Supplies
• Deliveries begin in late May and/or early June
• Labeled speci...
Summer Organization
Summer Food Services Program (SFSP)
• “Community Feed” program free for all
students and community (ag...
Summer Organization
Summer Term Documentation
• Faculty Meeting Agenda and Sign-in
• Principal’s Classroom Visitation Log
...
Attendance and Tardy Policy
• At the discretion of the Summer Term administrator,
students may be dropped for the followin...
Attendance and Tardy Policy
• Before any student is dropped from
Summer Term, the following action
must be taken:
• Summer...
Marking Practices
Marking Practices
• July 6-12 window open for entering midterm grades
into MiSiS
• Collect Grade Verific...
Marking Practices
Marking Practices
• July 26-28 Final Exams
• July 27-28 window open for entering final grades
into MiSiS...
Summer Organization
Mandatory Faculty Meeting Held by June 10th
• Set expectations
• Share instructional guides and assess...
TAB 4
Faculty Handbook
Sample
30
TAB 5
Emergency Procedures
31
Emergency Information Roster
•Fax completed Emergency Form
to BTB at 213-241-7562 by the end of
the day on Monday, June 27...
TAB 6
Instruction and
Curriculum
33
Instruction & Curriculum
Expectations for Instruction
• Evidence of planning – intentionally selected
strategies
• Multipl...
Instruction & Curriculum
Expectations for Instruction
• Learning Objectives are made clear to the
students
• Academic voca...
TAB 7
Certificated Hiring
36
Teachers and Counselors
Resources
• Human Resources Online Roster Selection
PowerPoint
• Human Resources Online Pool Selec...
TAB 8
Classified Hiring
38
TAB 9
Payroll Manual
39
Payroll Manual
Payroll Information
• Preplanning must be time reported
by June 24, 2016 by the home school
time reporter
•...
Payroll Manual
Payroll Information
• No anticipated time is to be reported
• Type in actual time worked daily because
defa...
Contact Information
Beyond the Bell HS Administrators
Local Districts Northeast, Northwest & West
Janet Kiddoo (213) 241-3...
Contact Information
•Beyond the Bell Branch
• btb.lausd.net
• Main Office: 213-241-7900
• FAX: 213-241-7562
43
On behalf of Beyond the Bell, we
wish you a successful High School
2016 Summer Term and thank
you for your hard work!
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Hs 2016 summer term principal power point final 3.23.16

  1. 1. High School 2016 Summer Term LOS ANGELES UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT Beyond the Bell Branch 1
  2. 2. Today’s Goals •Study the contents of the High School 2016 Summer Term Policies and Procedures Binder •Share instructional strategies on how to support teaching in the 2.5 hour extended block period 2
  3. 3. Summer Term Goals •Provide LAUSD high school students in grades 9-12 the opportunity to retake up to two courses needed for credit recovery •Offer embedded professional development support and feedback to instructional staff 3
  4. 4. New in 2016 Summer Term •Fulltime Counselor position •Two periods of Teacher Leader time •One hour of paid teacher Common Planning Time each week of Summer Term •Teachers must have appropriate teaching credentials to teach subjects listed in course offerings 4
  5. 5. New in 2016 Summer Term •Two sections of non-core courses at each school •Research-supported Later Start Schedule •Transportation is not available •Summer Bridge Programs at CORE Waiver Priority, Focus and Support Schools 5
  6. 6. Current LAUSD High School Students Only! •Students who were enrolled in grades 9- 12 in LAUSD during spring 2016 and are in need of credit recovery •Students with grades of D or F in: • English, math, science and/or social science • PE, world languages and/or health 6
  7. 7. Host Sites Open to All Students •Students may attend any high school that is geographically convenient and offers the courses they need •Continuation Schools and Magnets •Core Classes and Non-core Classes 7
  8. 8. 2016 Summer Term Facts Facts about Summer 2016 •71 host high school sites •2,749 courses offered •1,374 teaching positions available •Almost 68,725 seats offered 8
  9. 9. NORM DAY •Wednesday, June 29, 2016 is Norm Day. •By this date schools are to have all data entered into MiSiS. •All “no-show” students must be deleted from MiSiS. Do not print or submit MiSiS Class Enrollment Report on this date! 9
  10. 10. SUBMISSION OF NORM DAY REPORT •Thursday, June 30, 2016 between 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.: • Print and submit the MiSiS Class Enrollment Report-Summer School via: e-mail btb-intervention@lausd.net OR fax to 213-241-7562 10
  11. 11. TAB 1 Offices and Contacts Pages i-iii 11
  12. 12. TAB 2 MEM – 6628.0 High School 2016 Summer Term 12
  13. 13. TAB 3 Staffing & Organization Pages 1-10 13
  14. 14. Summer Staffing Summer Term Principal • Duties and Administrative Absences Teacher Hours & Daily Schedule • Teacher Salary • Substitute Teachers Counselor Support Personnel District Nursing Services 14
  15. 15. Summer Staffing Teachers • 2.5 hours per period • Stipend of 1.09224 times their scheduled hourly rate if teaching two periods • Period 1- 9:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. • Nutrition- 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. • Period 2- 12:00 p.m.-2:30 p.m. 15
  16. 16. Common Planning Time • 1 hour each week before or after school day • 7:50 a.m.-8:50 a.m. or 2:40 p.m.-3:40 p.m. • Summer principal sets the schedule • Selects the day of the week and the time • Setting the schedule is flexible as long as it is consistent and permanent throughout the five weeks • Content of Common Planning Time • Guided by principal based on class observations and input from teaching staff 16
  17. 17. Summer Staffing Substitute Teachers • Only permanent and probationary teachers who applied online may substitute • SAA manages ALL substitute teacher requests • New Teacher Match phone system will be used during the summer • Teachers will be paid at summer substitute rate 17
  18. 18. Summer Staffing Counselors • One fulltime position per host site • Hiring of counselors April 18-May 20 • Works as a “case manager” • Keeps a daily Counseling Log 18
  19. 19. Campus Aide Assignments Campus Aides • 3.5 hours per day • 1 Campus Aide position assigned only to high schools with 40 or more allocated sections • May not exceed 799 hours for the entire school year • Position funded by the Office of School Operations • Program code: TBD • Daily schedule determined by the principal 19
  20. 20. School Supervision Aides School Supervision Aides (SSA) • 3 positions for each high school site • 4 hours per day per position • Daily schedule determined by the principal Please note: • Campus Aides may work in this classification in Summer Term. Must have a SSA PERNR. Will receive SSA rate of pay. 20
  21. 21. Preplanning Funds Must be time reported by Friday, June 24th • 12 hours of Administrator X-time • Administrators must fill out Request for Extra Duty Pay for Certificated Administrator form and have it signed by LD Superintendent or designee. Keep signed/approved copy in Summer Term documentation file. • 12 hours of Counselor X-time • 20 hours of Clerical Overtime (SAA only) • SAA OT paid from General Fund account- 10641 21
  22. 22. Summer Organization General Supplies & Custodial Supplies • Deliveries begin in late May and/or early June • Labeled specifically for High School 2016 Summer Term 22
  23. 23. Summer Organization Summer Food Services Program (SFSP) • “Community Feed” program free for all students and community (ages 0-18) • Open campus 1 hour each day • 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. • Students have a 30-minute nutrition break from 11:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. daily 23
  24. 24. Summer Organization Summer Term Documentation • Faculty Meeting Agenda and Sign-in • Principal’s Classroom Visitation Log • Counselor Log • Teacher Leader Log • Common Planning Time Agendas and Sign-ins • Master Schedule with Staff Assignments • Payroll and Time Cards • Grade Verification Rosters • Norm Day Reports 24
  25. 25. Attendance and Tardy Policy • At the discretion of the Summer Term administrator, students may be dropped for the following reasons: • Students with 3 or more unexcused absences • Students with 3 unexcused tardies greater than 30 minutes • Students who are habitually tardy for less than 30 minutes • Unexcused student tardies equal to or greater than 30 minutes will be considered an unexcused absence. 25
  26. 26. Attendance and Tardy Policy • Before any student is dropped from Summer Term, the following action must be taken: • Summer Term counselors and administrators must document in writing three attempts to both counsel students and notify parents 26
  27. 27. Marking Practices Marking Practices • July 6-12 window open for entering midterm grades into MiSiS • Collect Grade Verification Rosters from all teachers • Wednesday, July 13th - Distribute Midterm Report Cards to students • On Friday, July 22nd “in danger of failing” or failure notices must be issued to affected students 27
  28. 28. Marking Practices Marking Practices • July 26-28 Final Exams • July 27-28 window open for entering final grades into MiSiS • Collect Grade Verification Rosters from all teachers • Friday, July 29th - Distribute Final Summer Term Report Cards to students 28
  29. 29. Summer Organization Mandatory Faculty Meeting Held by June 10th • Set expectations • Share instructional guides and assessments • Review schedules and procedures 29
  30. 30. TAB 4 Faculty Handbook Sample 30
  31. 31. TAB 5 Emergency Procedures 31
  32. 32. Emergency Information Roster •Fax completed Emergency Form to BTB at 213-241-7562 by the end of the day on Monday, June 27 •Provide a copy to your Local District 32
  33. 33. TAB 6 Instruction and Curriculum 33
  34. 34. Instruction & Curriculum Expectations for Instruction • Evidence of planning – intentionally selected strategies • Multiple opportunities for student participation • Students are grouped intentionally to provide opportunities to participate in discussions • Teacher moves around continually, asking questions, listening to student discussions, clarifying information and encouraging multiple solutions 34
  35. 35. Instruction & Curriculum Expectations for Instruction • Learning Objectives are made clear to the students • Academic vocabulary embedded in sentence/language frames, word walls, study logs, and notebooks • Questions cannot be answered with yes or no answers; explanations or justifications are required 35
  36. 36. TAB 7 Certificated Hiring 36
  37. 37. Teachers and Counselors Resources • Human Resources Online Roster Selection PowerPoint • Human Resources Online Pool Selection PowerPoint • UTLA Contract, Article XX 37
  38. 38. TAB 8 Classified Hiring 38
  39. 39. TAB 9 Payroll Manual 39
  40. 40. Payroll Manual Payroll Information • Preplanning must be time reported by June 24, 2016 by the home school time reporter • Automatic BTS access will be provided • Teacher hourly stipend is automatic • Use SAXB for 5 hours of additional teacher Common Planning Time 40
  41. 41. Payroll Manual Payroll Information • No anticipated time is to be reported • Type in actual time worked daily because default hours may not be accurate • Contact your Personnel Specialist to request a change in teacher assignment hours in order to report benefitted absence time (e.g. illness, personal necessity, etc.) 41
  42. 42. Contact Information Beyond the Bell HS Administrators Local Districts Northeast, Northwest & West Janet Kiddoo (213) 241-3504 janet.kiddoo@lausd.net Local Districts Central, East & South Betsy Castillo (213) 241-2639 bac9874@lausd.net 42
  43. 43. Contact Information •Beyond the Bell Branch • btb.lausd.net • Main Office: 213-241-7900 • FAX: 213-241-7562 43
  44. 44. On behalf of Beyond the Bell, we wish you a successful High School 2016 Summer Term and thank you for your hard work! 44

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