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Single Plan for Student Achievement. Arroyo Valley High School. During the WASC process, we created 4 goals for our SPSA. Increase student achievement in reading/writing (ELA ). Increase Student Achievement in Math. Improve the achievement of EL students.

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during the wasc process we created 4 goals for our spsa
During the WASC process, we created 4 goals for our SPSA
  • Increase student achievement in reading/writing (ELA).
  • Increase Student Achievement in Math.
  • Improve the achievement of EL students.
  • Develop/strengthen learning communities among students, parents/community members, and school staff to support increased student achievement.
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Goal #4: Develop/strengthen learning communities among students, parents/community members, and school staff to support increased student achievement.

  • Student attendance is vital for student achievement. In order to raise student achievement, students must attend class on a regular basis and engage in learning tasks with the goal of becoming self-directed learners. In order to increase the average daily attendance rate, decrease tardies, absences, suspensions, expulsions, and truancies, a change must occur. The school site has purchased Plasco-Trac as a way to track the number of tardies and absences a student has, giving the appropriate discipline when caught out of class.
  • Communication between all stakeholders, including parents, is a critical focus area as research consistently demonstrates a clear link between parent involvement and student achievement. Parents will be encouraged to set high expectations for their children’s academic achievement, thereby enhancing the culture of high expectations at Arroyo Valley High School. All stake holders need to understand the importance of and be positively engaged in the Focus on Learning / Standards-based school improvement process. At present, the data from the WASC Parent Survey shows that parents gave a >70% positive response rating on all categories. By strengthening our stakeholder learning communities to reach an 85% positive response rate, Arroyo Valley can improve student achievement.
spsa monitoring plan
SPSA Monitoring Plan
  • Arroyo Valley has established monitoring and follow-up procedures for the SPSA. At the regularly scheduled Leadership Team meetings during August, December, and April, the team reviews student data to isolate trends that show progress and identify potential areas of adjustment or correction. This review includes multiple measures to evaluate the progress of programs toward accomplishing the goals, including determining whether the needs of all children have been met by the strategies used, particularly the needs of low-achieving students and those at risk of not meeting state academic content standards. During these meetings, all stakeholders, including School Site Council, ELAC, AAPAC parents, students, and community members, evaluate the plan and recommend program modifications. All material changes are submitted to the Board of Education. The monitoring plan determines resource allocations across programs with informed recommendations made by the Leadership Team, SSC and ELAC.