Petaluma City Schools. Report to the Community District Achievements February, 2007. Our District Vision: Petaluma City Schools will have a strong local, state, and national, reputation as a district where:. All students reach high levels of achievement in a rigorous and relevant curriculum.
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Report to the Community
All students reach high levels of achievement in a rigorous and relevant curriculum.
2 junior highs (7-8);
(7th gr = 865)
Crossroads School (7-9);
2 comprehensive highs;
3 alternative highs;
Valley Oaks ISP;
+ 1 charter.Petaluma School Districts (common administration)
(6th gr. = 560)
Valley Oaks ISP;
(6th gr. = 271)
+ 1 charter.
ELL: 27.7% (594 students)
Special Ed: 14.1% (304 students, incl. speech)
White (not Hisp.): 64.1%
Petaluma Joint Union High
ELL: 12.7% (751students)
Special Ed: 11.9% (707 students, incl. speech)
White (not Hisp.) 72.4%
Asian: 4.0%Enrollment - 2005-06 Total district enrollment: 8061
Compared to county average.
* the statewide goal for all schools is to have an API that exceeds 800.
These students scored at “proficient” or “advanced” levels on the California Standards Test for their grade level.
Most Petaluma students pass the CAHSEE on the first attempt.
Increasing number of Graduates Have Passed Course Requirements for University of California (UC) and California State University (CSU) Admission
Staff matches results of assessments and other evidence to grade-level expectations in order to determine appropriate interventions to address the needs of individual students.
Youth Development Conceptual Model
All District and Study Group Focus Areas in recent years: