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Strategic Planning

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Strategic Plan

Board Initiative

The goal of the Academic and Career Success for All Students Initiative is to provide all students with as many post-secondary options as possible.

MissionA sentence of paragraph that defines the purpose of an organization, why it exists, its product/services, and the customer/stakeholders it serves.

To support the personal and intellectual success of every student, every day.

VisionA sentence or paragraph that defines a future achievement or situation that has not yet been realized. Vision should be realistic, verifiable, focused, and inspirational.

Every student a responsible, productive citizen in a diverse and competitive world.

Shared Values & BeliefsWords or phrases that define human characteristics or traits that the organization stands for, rewards, and expects from all their staff.

Success of All Students

Music Program ImageAll staff members are focused on student success. Students have many avenues and opportunities to learn, to achieve, and to celebrate inte llectual, personal, and employment success. All students leave the LBUSD to pursue productive lives.

High Expectations Expectations for students, parents, and staff are clearly defined, understood, and shared. Students, parents, and employees are empowered, supported, and trained to meet expectations.

Respect and Integrity

Communication and interaction among and between stakeholdersHelpRefers to students, parents, staff, and community partners is defined by mutual respect, trust, and support.

Teamwork

The organization works collaboratively and creatively to ensure student success in a supportive environment. Decisions are made with stakeholdersHelpRefers to students, parents, staff, and community partners input and participation. Successes are recognized and celebrated.

Safety

Schools and work sites are safe and secure for students, parents, and staff.

Effectiveness and Efficiency

Financial and human resources are managed effectively, and prioritized to meet goals and expectations.

Continuous Improvement

Staff, parents, and students collaboratively evaluate progress using multiple, reliable measures, and make changes when needed.

Goal 1:
All students will attain proficiency in the core contentCore content is a phrase used to refer to courses in English-Language Arts, Mathematics, History and Science. areas.

Objective 1.1:

To increase the percentage of all students who are proficient/advanced proficient in English-Language Arts by 3% and in Math by 3% annually.

Data Sources: California Standards Tests External Website & Adequate Yearly Progress External Website

Objective 1.2:

To close the achievement gap Download .PDF File (Requires .PDF Reader) in the District’s four lowest performing sub-groups by increasing the percentage of English Learner, African American, Hispanic and Special Education students who are proficient/advanced proficient in reading by 5% and in math by 5% annually.

Data Sources: California Standards Tests External Website & Adequate Yearly Progress External Website

Objective 1.3:

To increase the percentage of 8th grade students who are enrolled in Algebra by 3% annually.

Data Source: LBUSD

Objective 1.4:

To increase the percentage of 8th grade students enrolled in Algebra who are proficient/advanced proficient by 1% and the percentage of 9th grade students enrolled in Algebra who are proficient/advanced proficient by 2% annually.

Data Sources :California Standards Tests External Website & Adequate Yearly Progress External Website

Strategies:

Goal 2:
All students will graduate from high school prepared for post-secondary and career options.

Objective 2.1:

To increase the percentage of students meeting graduation requirements to at least 90%.

Data Source: California Department of Education External Website

Objective 2.2:

To increase the percentage of students completing A-G requirements for college entrance to at least 60%.

Data Source: LBUSD
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Objective 2.3: To increase the percentage of High School junior students having passed the English-Language Arts and Math components of the Early Assessment Program Early Assessment program – definition and link: The EAP incorporates the Cal State University placement standards into existing high school standards and tests in English and mathematics.

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Data Source: LBUSD


Objective 2.4: To increase the percentage of pathways that have Linked Learning certification to at least 90%.

Data Source: High School Office

Strategies:

Goal 3:
All departments and sites will provide a safe and secure environment for staff and students.

All departments and sites will provide a safe and secure environment for staff and students.

Objective 3.1:

To maintain a positive and safe school and work environment.

Data Source: Surveys

Objective 3.2:

To reduce bullying Download .PDF File (Requires .PDF Reader) at schools as measured by staff, student and parent surveys.

Data Source: Surveys

Strategies:

Goal 4:
To improve communication throughout the District and Community.

Objective 4.1:

To increase the knowledge of Strategic Planning Goals and Objectives among all stakeholdersRefers to students, parents, staff, and community partners by highlighting specific practices that are aligned to the District Strategic Plan.

Data Source: Survey

Objective 4.2:

To improve communication among all employees within the district.

Data Source: Survey

Objective 4.3:

To increase parent knowledge and participation in their child’s education.

Data Source: Survey

Objective 4.4:

To increase the knowledge and participation of the business community to support school programs.

Data Source: Survey

Strategies:

LBUSD 2011-2016 Strategic Plan
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LBUSD 2011-2016 Strategic Plan
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