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  1. Preparing students for college and an evolving, technology-driven world Student Based Budgeting: Oakland Principal Presentation January 6, 2011

  2. CCPA Vision • Preparing students for entry to UC and CSU schools and an evolving, technology driven world. • Creating a vision for their future with the skills and knowledge to pursue it. • Providing a program that meets each learner’s unique needs, capitalizes on their passions, connects their learning to the real world, and requires them to demonstrate what they know.

  3. CCPA Goals All Coliseum College Prep Academy community members will be: • Learners • Thinkers • Communicators • Citizens

  4. CCPA Demographics • 45% English Language Learners • 95% Free and Reduced Lunch

  5. CCPA API Score 2005-2010

  6. CCPA Theory of Action • Continuous Improvement • Data Inquiry Cycles • Assessments • Extra Time and Support • Extended Day • Social, Emotional Supports • Relationships • Advisory • Habits of Mind and Work • Family and Community Partnerships • Family Resource Center • Home Visits

  7. CCPA Budgeting Process • January • Staff and SSC reflections on current year plan • Instructional Leadership Team reviews and creates proposals • February • Staff feedback on proposals • SSC reviews and tentative approval for budgeting • March • Budgeting process complete • Report back to SSC and Staff on funding of plans • April • Final approval of site plan by SSC

  8. CCPA RBB Opportunities • Low ELA/Math Proficiencies • Intervention positions • Instructional Coaching • Novice Staff • Common Planning Time • Differentiated Professional Development • Community Stressors • Dean of Student Support • Family Engagement • Home Visits • Student Led Conferences • Family Resource Center

  9. OUSD RBB Principles • Overview: RBB is a budgeting process based on a per student formula that accounts for all expenses associated with school operations. Budgets are allocated to and managed by school sites. RBB focuses on four key elements which include: equity, transparency, accountability and site based decision making. • Equity • Allocation of funds are based on actual students versus staff allocations • Schools have more control over the direction of their resources • Transparency • Easier to understand budgets for community and parents • Reflects true cost to operate instructional program for schools • Accountability • RBB tied directly to school’s strategic plans (SPSA) • School Site Council (SSC) oversight of categorical funds • Site based decision making • Schools have more control over their budgets

  10. OUSD RBB Timeline • December • Enrollment Projections • January • Online RBB Tool is opened and allocations shared • February • RBB Sessions occurring—Principal, HR Analyst, Fiscal Analyst, Compliance Officer, Executive Officer • March • Online RBB Tool closed • Sites complete SSC approval process • April • Site plans approved by mid month • Reviewed by Network Executive Officers • May • School Board reviews and approves adopted budgets • Fall/Winter • Budget revisions based on fall enrollment • Sites must adjust based on changes

  11. OUSD RBB Tool • Revenues • Staffing Allocations • Staffing Expenditures • Non-Salary Costs • Summary • Manage all resources • Must comply with state or local regulations • Non-Salary Costs • Summary

  12. OUSD Training and Support • RBB Handbook • Peer Led Trainings—optional • Operation Support Coaches