Agenda Item
Meeting Date: 1/12/2010 - 7:30 PM
Category: Business/Action Items
Type: Info
Subject: 17.14 Review of 2009-10 Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA) and the executive summaries.
LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) Goal:
Enclosure: Attached are the 12 executive summaries and the directions to access the Single Plans for Student Achievement.
File Attachment:
Bel Air Executive Summary 09-10.doc
Cambridge Executive Summary 09-10.doc
Fair Oaks Executive Summary 09-10.doc
Glenbrook Middle Executive 2009-10.doc
Meadow Homes School Executive Summary 2009-10.doc
Mt. Diablo High Executive Summary 2009-10.doc
Oak Grove Executive Summary 2009-10.doc
Rio Vista Executive Summary 2009-10.doc
Riverview Executive Summary.2009-10.doc
Shore Acres Executive Summary 2009-2010.doc
Ygnacio Valley Elem Executive Summary 2009-10.doc
Ygnacio Valley High Executive Summary 2009-10.doc
Directions to Access the Single Plans for Student Achievement on MDUSD's website.doc
Summary: Senate Bill 374 requires that as a condition of receiving funding for specified categorical programs, the school district will ensure that each school in the district operating those categorical programs consolidates any plans that are required by those programs into a single plan to be known as the Single Plan for Student Achievement. It is important to note that for 2009-2010, the Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA) have been reformatted to allow them to be completely web-based. The plans include grade level or department action plans integrated with the overall school wide plans.

The following are requirements of Senate Bill 374 as it relates to the Single Plan for Student Achievement:
• The plan is aligned with school goals for improving pupil achievement.
• School goals are based upon an analysis of verifiable state data, including the Academic Performance Index developed pursuant to Section 52052, the California English Language Development Test, and may include any data voluntarily developed by districts to measure pupil achievement.
• The plan addresses how funds provided to the school will be used to improve the academic performance of all pupils to the level of the performance goals as established by the API.
• The plan identifies the schools’ means of evaluating progress toward accomplishing the goals.
• The plan addresses how state and federal law governing these programs will be implemented.
• The plan is developed with the review, certification and advice of any applicable school advisory committees.
• The plan is written, reviewed annually and updated by the school site council, including proposed expenditure of funds allocated to the school through the consolidated application.
• The plan is reviewed and a request for approval is submitted to the governing board of the local education agency at a regularly scheduled meeting..

To be compliant with state and federal regulations, all 2009-10 Single Plans for Student Achievement are approved by School Site Councils. A request for approval of the plans will be submitted to the Board on January 26, 2010. Copies of all site plans are available online on the website.
Funding: There is no impact to the General Fund.
Fiscal Impact There is no impact to the General Fund.
Recommendation: This item is for information only.
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Jennifer Sachs - None
Signed By:
Melinda Hall - Director of Certificated Personnel
Signed By:
Alan Young - Associate Superintendent
Signed By:
Richard Nicoll - Interim Sup