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2 2013 14 School Accountability Report Card,Principal s Message. A World class Education Where the World Can Be Your Classroom. School Mission Statement, La Entrada is a WASC accredited independent study high school that offers University of California. The mission of La Entrada High School, approved courses enabling graduates to be eligible for the UC and California State University systems. is to provide educational experiences that, stimulate intellectual curiosity create per La Entrada High School has been awarded the prestigious U S News World Report Best High. sonal enthusiasm for knowledge and ac Schools Bronze Award as well as the Exemplary Independent Study Recognition Award from the Cali. tively engage and empower the students fornia Consortium for Independent Study and the California Department of Education La Entrada High. in the process of learning so that they may School offers a personalized high school diploma program for students who desire an alternative to the. responsibly participate in a diverse ever traditional school LEHS is an accelerated program whereby students can graduate early by focusing. changing democratic society on one subject at a time. Every four weeks students complete a one semester five credit course Students taking concurrent. classes through their resident high school community college and ROP are eligible to graduate after. three years of high school Students at La Entrada High School create their own personalized education. that fits their unique interests and talents Some students take college courses travel through Europe. as ambassadors compete athletically at the international level work in orphanages in Africa or build. Enrollment by Grade Level houses for Third World countries It is not unusual for these students to be completing their education. online in hotels airports or with their host families. The bar graph displays the total number, of students enrolled in each grade for the Independent study students are actively engaged in their own learning and do not sit passively in.
2013 14 school year classrooms waiting for instruction to be delivered to them Our students are engaged in authentic learn. ing experiences while tackling 21st century issues La Entrada offers open enrollment throughout the. 2013 14 Enrollment by Grade school year We are a free student centered public high school that partners students parents and. staff to provide a dynamic learning environment that promotes high academic achievement personal. and social responsibility that empowers students to meet the challenges of the 21st century. School Description, La Entrada High School provides an independent study approach to earning a high school diploma. 10 10 Independent study is an alternative to classroom instruction consistent with Placentia Yorba Linda Uni. fied School District s course of study and is not an alternative curriculum It is an instructional strategy. 11 25 that responds to individual needs and styles of learning It provides individual students with a different. modality to acquire the values skills and knowledge all students gain as verified in a written master. 36 agreement Goal setting time management and self discipline are prerequisites and results of suc. cessful academic progress in La Entrada While the personalized nature of the independent study can. provide a safety net for students who are not able to thrive in a more traditional setting the program is. rigorous and demanding Students who graduate from La Entrada must be as well prepared as those. students who graduate from a comprehensive high school program. Suspensions and Expulsions Class Size Distribution. This table shows the school district and No average class size information is available for La Entrada High School. state suspension and expulsion rates for,the most recent three year period Note. Students are only counted one time re Enrollment by Student Group. gardless of the number of suspensions, The total enrollment at the school was 75 students for the 2013 14 school year The pie chart displays. Suspension and Expulsion Rates the percentage of students enrolled in each group. 2013 14 School Year,La Entrada HS Demographics,11 12 12 13 13 14. Suspension Two or More,0 0 0 7 0 0 Races Hispanic or Latino.
0 0 0 0 0 0,Placentia Yorba Linda USD,11 12 12 13 13 14 2 7. Suspension,4 0 3 6 3 4,0 1 0 1 0 0,rates White Filipino. California 66 7 1 3,11 12 12 13 13 14,Suspension Socioeconomically disadvantaged 9 30. 5 7 5 1 4 4,rates English learners 1 30,Expulsion Students with disabilities 6 70. 0 1 0 1 0 1,La Entrada High School,2013 14 School Accountability Report Card.
High School Textbooks and Instructional Materials List. 2014 15 School Year Textbooks and Instructional,Textbooks and Instructional Materials List. Subject Textbook Adopted,The assistant superintendent of edu. English language arts The Language of Literature McDougal Littell 9 1997 cational services shall appoint a prin. cipal or other administrator to chair the, English language arts The Language of Literature McDougal Littell 10 1997 districtwide textbook selection process A. Steering Committee shall be selected and, English language arts The Language of Literature McDougal Littell 11 2000 consist of one certificated staff member. from each elementary school elemen, The Language of Literature British Literature tary or of at least one teacher from each.
English language arts 2000, McDougal Littell 12 school from the subject area department. Elements of Writing Third Course for which adoption is pending second. English language arts 1998 ary Appointments to the committee. Holt Rinehart and Winston,will be based on professional expertise. Six Ways Paragraphs Introductory Level, English language arts 2001 desire to serve insofar as possible and. Jamestown Education,the demographic diversity of the district. Six Ways Paragraphs Middle Level The Steering Committee shall review. English language arts 2001, Jamestown Education materials submitted on state authorized.
Six Ways Paragraphs Advanced Level lists and any other materials which may. English language arts 2001 be considered for adoption If pilot usage. Jamestown Education,is to be pursued the Steering Committee. English language arts Journalism Today 5th Edition National Textbook Company 1998 shall select the material to be piloted With. or without piloting the steering committee, English language arts Visions Basic A B C Heinle 2004 will recommend adoption to the district. Curriculum Council which shall make an, Mathematics Algebra 1 Concepts and Skills McDougal Littell 2001 adoption recommendation to the assistant. superintendent of educational services,Mathematics Geometry McDougal Littell 2000. The assistant superintendent is respon, Geometry Integration Applications Connections sible for preparing recommendations for.
Mathematics 1998 the Board of Education,Glencoe McGraw Hill. Mathematics Algebra 2 McDougal Littell 2004 The most recent public hearing to adopt. a resolution on the sufficiency of instruc, Mathematics Algebra 2 McDougal Littell 2001 tional materials was held in September. 2014 Most recently adopted textbooks, Advanced Math Precalculus with Discrete Math and Data were chosen from the state approved list. Mathematics 2003, Analysis McDougal Littell Textbook content fits within the curriculum. Advanced Mathematics Precalculus with Discrete frameworks adopted by the State Board. Mathematics 2000 of Education New state frameworks have. Mathematics and Data Analysis McDougal Littell,been adopted in English Language Arts.
Mathematics Advanced Mathematics Precalculus McDougal Littell 1997 English Language Development and. Mathematics to correspond to the Com, Mathematical Methods Standard Level 2nd edition IBID. Mathematics 1998 mon Core State Standards New textbooks. to align with the Common Core State, Advanced Math Precalculus with Discrete Math and Data Standards will be adopted according to. Mathematics 2003, Analysis McDougal Littell the state of California adoption Mathemat. Advanced Mathematics Precalculus with Discrete ics textbooks are currently being piloted. Mathematics 2000 in grades K 12 and will be recommended. Mathematics and Data Analysis McDougal Littell,for adoption spring of 2015 for 2015 16. Mathematics Advanced Mathematics Precalculus McDougal Littell 1997 implementation English Language Arts. English Language Development textbooks, Mathematical Methods Standard Level 2nd edition IBID.
Mathematics 1998 will be available for pilot during the 2016. 17 school year and recommended for, Mathematics Mathematics Higher Level Core IBID Press 1999 adoption in spring 2017 and implementa. tion in 2017 18,Mathematics Calculus Brooks Cole 2008. Mathematics Calculus Late Transcendentals John Wiley Sons 2001. Mathematics The Practice of Statistics W H Freeman and Company 1999. Currency of Textbook Data, Human Anatomy Physiology Sixth Edition Benjamin This table displays the date when the text. Science 2004,Cummings book and instructional materials informa. Science Principles of Anatomy Physiology Scott Foresman 1996 tion was collected and verified. Science Biology Prentice Hall 2002 Currency of Textbooks. Science Modern Biology Holt Rinehart and Winston 1999 2014 15 School Year. Science Biology W C Brown 1990 Data collection date 9 2014. Continued on page 4,4 2013 14 School Accountability Report Card.
High School Textbooks and Instructional Materials List Continued. 2014 15 School Year,Textbooks and Instructional Materials List. Subject Textbook Adopted,Science Biology by Mader Glencoe McGraw Hill 2004. Science Biology Prentice Hall 1999,Science Biology Prentice Hall 2005. Science Biology California Edition Prentice Hall 2007. Science Chemistry 4th Edition Addison Wesley 1997,Science Chemistry Matter and Change Glencoe 2005. Quality of Textbooks Science Merrill Chemistry Glencoe McGraw Hill 1998. The following table outlines the criteria Science Chemistry and Chemical Reactivity Harcourt Brace 1998. required for choosing textbooks and, instructional materials Science Chemistry 7th Edition Houghton Mifflin College 2007.
Quality of Textbooks Science Chemistry Second Edition IBID Press 2001. 2014 15 School Year Science World of Chemistry McDougal Littell 2007. Criteria Yes No Science Physics Principles and Problems Glencoe 2009. Are the textbooks adopted Science Physics Pearson Prentice Hall 2005. from the most recent state, Yes Science Physics Fourth Edition Prentice Hall 2000. approved or local governing,board approved list,Science Physics Fourth Edition Wilson Buffa 2000. Are the textbooks, consistent with the content Science College Physics Pearson 2007. and cycles of the curriculum Yes, frameworks adopted by the Science College Physics Holt Rinehart and Winston 2001. State Board of Education,Science Conceptual Physics Prentice Hall 2006.
Does every student, including English Learners Science College Physics Holt Rinehart and Winston 2001. have access to their own, textbooks and instructional Science Conceptual Physics Prentice Hall 2006. materials to use in class and, to take home Science Environmental Science Holt Rinehart and Winston 2008. Science Living in the Environment Wadsworth 1998,Availability of Textbooks and. Instructional Materials Science Earth Science Glencoe McGraw Hill 2005. The following lists the percentage of pupils Science Earth Science Prentice Hall 2008. who lack their own assigned textbooks, and instructional materials Science Physical Science Glencoe 2008.
Percentage of Students Lacking Science Physical Science Glencoe McGraw Hill 2002. Materials by Subject,Science Life Science Glencoe McGraw Hill 1999. 2014 15 School Year, Science Biology California Edition McDougal Littell 2008. Reading language arts 0 World History The Human Experience The Modern Era. History social science 2001,Glencoe McGraw Hill, Mathematics 0 Modern World History Patterns of Interaction. History social science 2007,McDougal Littell, Science 0 History social science World History American Guidance Services Inc 2001. Modern World History Patterns of Interaction, History social science 0 History social science 1999.
McDougal Littell, Visual and performing arts 0 History social science World History Globe Fearon 1994. History social science About Philosophy 8th Edition Prentice Hall 2000. Foreign language 0,A History of the Canadian Peoples 3rd Edition. History social science 2003,Health 0 Oxford University Press. History social science Modern Latin America 5th Edition Oxford University Press 2000. Science laboratory,equipment Continued on page 5,La Entrada High School. 2013 14 School Accountability Report Card, High School Textbooks and Instructional Materials List Continued.
2014 15 School Year Professional Development,Textbooks and Instructional Materials List. To support teachers during the one day, Subject Textbook Adopted of Preservice in August 2014 the top. ics were chosen based on the need to, History social science A History of World Societies McDougal Littell 2000 prepare teachers to continue the transition. to and implement the Common Core, History social science Current Affairs Close Up Foundation 2007 State Standards Specific focus areas for. Preservice 2014 included unwrapping the, The Western Heritage Since 1300 8th Edition Pearson.
History social science 2004 ELA Speaking and Listening standards. Prentice Hall,the ELD Speaking and Listening stan, History social science Modern European History Glencoe McGraw Hill 1990 dards connections in order so that teach. ers in all disciplines are able to support, History social science The Western Heritage Prentice Hall 1998 students in content area discussions and. The Americans Reconstruction to the 21st Century collaborative conversations In addition. History social science 2003 training was provided on Close Reading. McDougal Littell,and Visual Thinking Strategies in each. History social science American Voices Scott Foresman 1995 individual discipline and grade level. History social science The American Pageant D C Heath and Company 1998 For Preservice training teachers attend. workshop presentations at various sites, The American Pageant 12th Edition Houghton Mifflin in grade level and content area group. History social science 2002, McDougal Littell ings Trainers are mostly comprised of.
Call to Freedom 1865 to the Present Holt Rinehart and trained district staff with outside present. History social science 2003 ers as needed and appropriate For 2014. the Preservice training was one all day, History social science United States History Globe Fearon 1994 training. Human Geography People Place and Culture John Wiley Follow up training and support is provided. History social science 2007,Sons all year long through the district s Profes. sional Development Academy PDA in, History social science Magruder s American Government Prentice Hall 1999. the form of all day trainings site support, History social science Magruder s American Government Prentice Hall 2006 and coaching At the site level princi. pals lead their teams in data analysis, History social science Government in America 10th Edition Longman Prentice Hall 2002 and offer teachers opportunities for staff.
development in house trainings taught, History social science Government in America 12th Edition Prentice Hall 2006 by teachers on site or by the principal or. by inviting district PDA trainers to provide, History social science Countries and Concepts Prentice Hall 2006 staff development The PDA offers site. leaders training as well through Leader, History social science Comparative Politics a Theoretical Framework Prentice Hall 2004. ship Learning Series Discipline and or, History social science American Government Readings and Cases Pearson 2006 grade level task forces of teachers and. leaders have also been established to, History social science American Government Globe Fearon 1995 lead implementation and provide direction.
and support with curriculum instruction, History social science Exploring American Citizenship Globe Fearon 1995 and assessment. History social science Civics Today Glencoe 2005 Professional Development Days. History social science Comparative Politics Today Scott Foresman 2000. 2012 13 0 days, History social science Economics South Western 1997. History social science Economics Principles Practices Glencoe 2005 2013 14 1 day. History social science The Economy Today Glencoe McGraw Hill 2000 2014 15 1 day. History social science The Economy Today Glencoe McGraw Hill 2006. History social science Economics Today Tomorrow Glencoe McGraw Hill 1991. Public Internet Access, History social science Economics Globe Fearon 1995. Internet access is available at public, History social science Economics Today Tomorrow Glencoe 2005 libraries and other locations that are pub. licly accessible e g the California State, History social science Sociology Prentice Hall 2001 Library Access to the Internet at libraries.
and public locations is generally provided, Psychology Concepts and Connections Wadsworth on a first come first serve basis Other. History social science 2007, Publishing use restrictions include the hours of oper. History social science Psychology 8th Edition Worth 2007 ation the length of time that a workstation. may be used depending on availability, History social science Psychology in the New Millennium South Western 2002 the types of software programs available. at a workstation and the ability to print, History social science Living Religions 6th Edition Prentice Hall 2005 documents. 6 2013 14 School Accountability Report Card, California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress Results.
California Assessment of Science grades 5 8 and 10. Student Performance and The tables show the percentage of students in grades 5 8 and 10 who scored at Proficient or Advanced. Progress Standardized Testing levels meeting or exceeding state standards in science. and Reporting Results Three Year Data Comparison,Students Scoring at Proficient or Advanced Levels. Beginning in the 2013 14 school year, the Standardized Testing and Report Placentia Yorba California. La Entrada HS,ing STAR Program was eliminated Linda USD. and replaced by a new set of assess Subject 11 12 12 13 13 14 11 12 12 13 13 14 11 12 12 13 13 14. ments called the California Assessment, of Student Performance and Progress Science 70 60 56 74 76 78 60 59 60. Because of the state s adoption of the, Common Core State Standards and California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress Results by.
implementation of a new student testing Student Group Science grades 5 8 and 10. system limited data is available to report Spring 2014 Results. in the SARC Students Scoring at Proficient or Advanced Levels. For the 2013 14 school year the CAASPP Group Science. included the Smarter Balanced Assess, ments alternate science and other All students in the district 78. optional assessments,All students at the school 56. In the spring of 2014 California began,field testing the Smarter Balanced Male v. Assessments in English language arts,and mathematics These tests were not Female 53. officially scored so there is no data to,report Black or African American v.
The science assessments of CAASPP American Indian or Alaska Native v. included the California Standards Test,CST California Modified Assessment Asian v. CMA and California Alternate Perfor,mance Assessment CAPA similar to the Filipino v. STAR Program Therefore it is acceptable, to make comparisons to previous year Hispanic or Latino v. Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander v,The CST is a multiple choice test in sci. ence for varying grade levels The CMA White 43,is a modified assessment for students.
with disabilities who have an Individual Two or more races v. ized Education Plan IEP The CAPA is, an alternate assessment for students with Socioeconomically disadvantaged v. significant cognitive disabilities who are,English learners v. unable to take the CST with accommoda, tions or modifications or the CMA with Students with disabilities v. accommodations, For more information on the Students receiving Migrant Education services v. CAASPP assessments please visit,www cde ca gov ta tg ca.
Standardized Testing and Reporting Results for All Students. The table below shows the percentage of students who scored at Proficient or Advanced levels meet. ing or exceeding state standards in English language arts mathematics and history social science. Because of the new CAASPP field testing in the spring of 2014 there are no scores to be reported The. last available scores under the STAR Program are shown. Three Year Data Comparison,Students Scoring at Proficient or Advanced Levels. Placentia Yorba,La Entrada HS California, Subject 10 11 11 12 12 13 10 11 11 12 12 13 10 11 11 12 12 13. English language arts 56 49 52 69 71 71 54 56 55,Mathematics 24 16 22 69 70 71 49 50 50. History social science 32 37 38 68 68 69 48 49 49, v Scores are not shown when the number of students tested is 10 or less either because the number of students. tested in this category is too small for statistical accuracy or to protect student privacy. La Entrada High School,2013 14 School Accountability Report Card.
Schools are ranked in 10 categories of equal size called. deciles from 1 lowest to 10 highest based on their Academic Performance Index. API Base reports A school s statewide API rank com. The Academic Performance Index API is a numeric rating system that reflects a school. pares its API to the APIs of all other schools statewide. and district s performance level based on the results of annual statewide student assess. of the same type elementary middle or high school, ments It is used to measure the academic performance and progress of the schools within. A similar schools API rank reflects how a school com. California Individual outcomes are converted to points on the API scale and then averaged. pares to 100 statistically matched similar schools This. across all students and all tests resulting in a single number or API score measured on. table shows the school s three year data for statewide. a scale from 200 to 1 000 This score reflects the school district or a student group s per. API rank and similar schools API rank, formance level based on the results of statewide testing The state has set an API score of. 800 as the statewide target, With a complete change of the K 12 education system the State Board of Education tem. Three Year Data Comparison porarily suspended API No API scores or ranks will be calculated for the next two years as. California continues the transition to the new Common Core State Standards and California. 2011 2012 2013 Assessment of Student Performance and Progress. To learn more about API please visit www cde ca gov ta ac ap for the API information guide. Statewide API Rank 4 5 4 and www cde ca gov ta ac ar aprfaq asp for information on the changes to API. Similar Schools API Rank,API Growth by Student Group. Assessment data is reported only for numerically significant groups To be considered numerically significant for the API the group must have either. at least 50 students with valid STAR scores who make up at least 15 percent of the total valid STAR scores or at least 100 students with valid STAR. scores This table displays by student group first the 2013 Growth API at the school district and state level followed by the actual API change in. points added or lost for the past three years at the school. 2013 Growth API and Three Year Data Comparison,API Growth by Student Group.
La Entrada HS,2013 Growth API,Actual API Change,Placentia Yorba. La Entrada HS California 10 11 11 12 12 13,All students 732 873 790 58 25 18. Black or African American v 828 707 n n n,American Indian or Alaska Native v 897 742 n n n. Asian v 959 906 n n n,Filipino v 911 867 n n n,Hispanic or Latino v 808 743 n n n. Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander v 915 773 n n n. White 737 901 852 n n n,Two or more races v 914 845 n n n.
Socioeconomically disadvantaged v 794 742 n n n,English learners v 760 717 n n n. Students with disabilities v 708 616 n n n, This API is calculated for a small school or a small LEA defined as having between 11 and 99 valid STAR Program test scores included in the API APIs based on. small numbers of students are less reliable and therefore should be carefully interpreted Similar schools ranks are not calculated for small schools. v Scores are not shown when the number of students tested is 10 or less either because the number of students tested in this category is too small for statistical. accuracy or to protect student privacy, n Data are reported only for numerically significant groups. 8 2013 14 School Accountability Report Card,Adequate Yearly Progress. The federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act ESEA requires all schools and districts meet. Adequate Yearly Progress AYP requirements Because California is changing the assessments and. the accountability system it uses to evaluate school performance the U S Department of Education has. approved a waiver to allow California not to make Adequate Yearly Progress determinations for elemen. tary and middle schools They will receive the same AYP determinations as in 2013. High schools will not be affected by this waiver and will continue to receive AYP determinations because. they are based on California High School Exit Exam CAHSEE results and graduation rates. For more information on Adequate Yearly Progress please visit www cde ca gov ta ac ay. 2013 14 School Year,Adequate Yearly Progress Criteria.
La Entrada HS Placentia Yorba Linda USD,Met overall AYP Yes. Met participation rate,English language arts Yes,Mathematics Yes. California Physical,Fitness Test Met percent proficient. Each spring all students in grades English language arts Yes. 5 7 and 9 are required to participate in, the California Physical Fitness Test PFT Mathematics Yes. The Fitnessgram is the designated PFT, for students in California public schools Met graduation rate.
put forth by the State Board of Education,The PFT measures six key fitness areas. 1 Aerobic Capacity,Federal Intervention Program,2 Body Composition. Schools and districts receiving Title I funding that fail to meet AYP over two consecutive years in the. 3 Flexibility same content area English language arts or mathematics or on the same indicator API or gradua. 4 Abdominal Strength tion rate enter into Program Improvement PI Each additional year that the district or school s do not. and Endurance meet AYP results in advancement to the next level of intervention The percent of schools identified for. 5 Upper Body Strength Program Improvement is calculated by taking the number of schools currently in PI within the district and. and Endurance dividing it by the total number of Title I schools within the district. 6 Trunk Extensor Strength Due to the waiver that allows California to use the same AYP determinations as 2013 no new schools. and Flexibility will enter or exit Program Improvement and current PI schools will not advance a year in their PI status. This table displays the 2014 15 PI status for the school and district For detailed information about PI. Encouraging and assisting students in identification please visit www cde ca gov ta ac ay tidetermine asp. establishing lifelong habits of regular, physical activity is the primary goal 2014 15 School Year. of the Fitnessgram The table shows Federal Intervention Program. the percentage of students meeting, the fitness standards of being in the La Entrada HS Placentia Yorba Linda USD. healthy fitness zone for the most recent, testing period For more detailed informa Program Improvement status Not Title I In PI.
tion on the California PFT please visit, www cde ca gov ta tg pf First year of Program Improvement 2013 2014. Percentage of Students Year in Program Improvement Year 1. Meeting Fitness Standards, Number of schools identified for Program Improvement 7. 2013 14 School Year, Percent of schools identified for Program Improvement 87 50. Four of six standards v The school is not required to meet the graduation rate criteria for AYP because there were fewer than 50 students. in the graduation denominator graduates plus dropouts. Five of six standards v For 2014 only high schools and high school local educational agencies LEAs that enrolled students in grades. nine ten eleven and or twelve on Fall Census Day in October 2013 will receive an AYP Report Because students in. grades three through eight participated in the Smarter Balanced Field Test during the 2013 14 academic year the U S. Six of six standards v Department of Education approved a determination waiver for California which exempts elementary schools middle. schools elementary school districts and unified school districts from receiving a 2014 AYP Report. DW determination waiver indicates that the PI status of the school was carried over from the prior year in. accordance with the flexibility granted through the federal waiver process. Not applicable, v Scores are not shown when the number of students tested is 10 or less either because the number of students. tested in this category is too small for statistical accuracy or to protect student privacy. La Entrada High School 9,2013 14 School Accountability Report Card.
California High School Exit Exam Grade 10 Results, The table displays the percentage of students scoring at Proficient or Advanced levels for the most California High School. recent three year period Note that the score a student must achieve to be considered Proficient is dif Exit Exam Results. ferent than the passing score for graduation requirement. The California High School Exit Exam, Three Year Data Comparison CAHSEE is primarily used as a gradu. Students Scoring at Proficient or Advanced Levels ation requirement in California Students. are first tested in grade 10 and have, English Language Arts Mathematics multiple chances to retake the test if the. student does not pass the first time, 11 12 12 13 13 14 11 12 12 13 13 14 The grade 10 results of this exam are also. used to determine AYP for high schools, La Entrada HS 67 56 77 54 36 59 as required by the federal NCLB law.
The CAHSEE has two sections English, Placentia Yorba Linda USD 71 71 55 73 76 57 language arts and mathematics For the. purposes of calculating AYP three perfor,mance levels are set Advanced Proficient. California 56 57 56 58 60 62,and Not Proficient, CAHSEE Grade 10 Results by Student Group English Language Arts and Mathematics. This table displays the percentage of students by group achieving at each performance level in English language arts and mathematics for the most. recent testing period For detailed information regarding the CAHSEE results visit www cahsee cde ca gov. 2013 14 School Year,Students Achieving at Each Performance Level. English Language Arts Mathematics, Group Not Proficient Proficient Advanced Not Proficient Proficient Advanced.
All students in the district 29 25 46 26 40 34,All students at the school 23 23 55 41 45 14. Male v v v v v v,Female 25 19 56 38 56 6,Black or African American v v v v v v. American Indian or Alaska Native v v v v v v,Asian v v v v v v. Filipino v v v v v v,Hispanic or Latino v v v v v v. Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander v v v v v v,White 36 14 50 50 43 7.
Two or more races v v v v v v,Socioeconomically disadvantaged v v v v v v. English learners v v v v v v,Students with disabilities v v v v v v. Students receiving Migrant Education services v v v v v v. v Scores are not shown when the number of students tested is 10 or less either because the number of students tested in this category is too small for statistical. accuracy or to protect student privacy,10 2013 14 School Accountability Report Card. Completion of High School Graduation Requirements, This table displays school district and California data for the percentage of students in the most recent. graduating class who met all state and local graduation requirements for grade 12 completion including. having passed both the English language arts and mathematics portions of the CAHSEE or received a. local waiver or state exemption For more information please visit www cde ca gov ta tg hs. Graduating Class of 2013,Completion of High School Graduation Requirements.
Placentia Yorba,Group La Entrada HS California,All students 124 24 91 86 84 56. Black or African American v 84 21 75 90,American Indian or Alaska Native v 75 00 77 82. Admission Requirements for, California s Public Universities Asian 100 00 96 05 92 94. University of California Admission require, ments for the University of California Filipino v 93 10 92 20. UC follow guidelines set forth in the, Master Plan which requires that the Hispanic or Latino 133 33 88 42 80 83.
top one eighth of the state s high school, graduates as well as those transfer stu Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander v 87 50 84 06. dents who have successfully completed, specified college course work be eligible White 121 74 93 49 90 15. for admission to the UC These require, ments are designed to ensure that all Two or more races v 90 00 89 03. eligible students are adequately prepared, for university level work For general Socioeconomically disadvantaged 100 00 103 56 82 58. admissions requirements please visit the, UC Admissions Information Web page at English learners v 48 39 53 68.
http admission universityofcalifornia edu, California State University Eligibility for Students with disabilities 100 00 61 45 60 31. admission to the California State Universi,ty CSU is determined by three factors 1. specific high school courses 2 grades in Graduates and Dropouts. specified courses and test scores and 3, This table displays the graduation and dropout rates for the most recent three year period for which data. graduation from high school Some cam, is available See www2 ed gov policy elsec guid hsgrguidance pdf for more information. puses have higher standards for particular, majors or students who live outside the lo Three Year Data Comparison.
cal campus area Because of the number Graduation and Dropout Rates. of students who apply a few campuses, have higher standards supplementary Graduation Rate Dropout Rate. admission criteria for all applicants Most, CSU campuses have local admission 10 11 11 12 12 13 10 11 11 12 12 13. guarantee policies for students who, graduate or transfer from high schools and La Entrada HS 85 29 94 12 100 11 80 v v. colleges that are historically served by a, CSU campus in that region For admis Placentia Yorba Linda USD 91 92 91 80 93 18 5 10 5 50 2 90. sion application and fee information see, the CSU Web page at www calstate edu California 77 14 78 87 80 44 14 70 13 10 11 40.
admission admission shtml,Course Enrollment for UC and CSU Admission. The table displays two measures related to the school s courses that are required for University of Cali. fornia and California State University admission for the most recent year for which data is available For. more detailed information visit http dq cde ca gov dataquest. 2012 13 and 2013 14 School Years,UC CSU Admission,La Entrada HS. Percentage of students enrolled in courses required. for UC or CSU admission in 2013 14,Percentage of graduates who completed all courses. required for UC or CSU admission in 2012 13, v Scores are not shown when the number of students tested is 10 or less either because the number of students. tested in this category is too small for statistical accuracy or to protect student privacy. La Entrada High School,2013 14 School Accountability Report Card.
School Facilities, Education is a top priority in the community of Placentia Yorba Linda and maintaining a safe and or Career Technical Education. derly environment maximizes student learning Facilities are maintained through the diligent efforts of. the site custodial crews and the district maintenance staff PYLUSD principals work with the custodial. staff to develop cleaning schedules to maintain clean and safe schools District maintenance staff per La Entrada students have opportunities to. forms the repairs necessary to keep the schools in good working order in a timely manner A work order participate in Career Technical Educa. process is used to ensure efficient service and that emergency repairs are given the highest priority tion programs through their resident high. La Entrada s current location was built in 2013 It has one large classroom The school is in excellent. condition and is sufficient in classroom and staff spaces to support teaching and learning. Career Technical, The school features a small computer lab and access to additional classrooms that it shares with the. Education Participation,district training facility. This table displays information about par, La Entrada is a closed campus with student entry and exit through the school office. ticipation in the school s Career Technical,Education CTE programs.
School Facility Items Inspected,Career Technical Education Data. The tables show the results of the school s most recent inspection using the Facility Inspection Tool. FIT or equivalent school form The following is a list of items inspected La Entrada HS. Systems Gas systems and pipes Restrooms fountains Restrooms. sewer mechanical systems heating sinks drinking fountains 2013 14 Participation. ventilation and air conditioning interior and exterior. Number of pupils, Interior Interior surfaces floors Safety Fire safety equipment participating in CTE. ceilings walls and window casings emergency systems hazardous. Cleanliness Pest and vermin control materials interior and exterior. Percentage of pupils who, overall cleanliness school grounds Structural Structural damage roofs completed a CTE program. buildings rooms and common areas, External Windows doors gates and earned a high school. Electrical Electrical systems fences playgrounds school grounds diploma. interior and exterior,Percentage of CTE courses,that are sequenced or.
School Facility Good Repair Status articulated between a. This inspection determines the school facility s good repair status using ratings of good condition fair school and institutions of. condition or poor condition The overall summary of facility conditions uses ratings of exemplary good postsecondary education. fair or poor,2014 15 School Year,School Facility Good Repair Status. Items Inspected Repair Status Items Inspected Repair Status. Advanced Placement Courses,Systems Good Restrooms fountains Good. The following is a list of Advanced,Placement AP courses offered by. Interior Good Safety Good subject at the school, Cleanliness Good Structural Good Advanced Placement Courses. Electrical Good External Good 2013 14 School Year,Percent of total enrollment.
Overall summary of facility conditions Exemplary 0 0. enrolled in AP courses,Number of AP courses, Date of the most recent school site inspection 10 6 2014 0. offered at the school, Date of the most recent completion of the inspection form 10 6 2014 Number of AP Courses by Subject. No deficiencies noted at the time of inspection Computer Science 0. School Safety, La Entrada has a very thorough and well planned school safety plan contained in a Disaster Prepared Fine and performing arts 0. ness Manual The manual reviewed annually was developed over time with input from the district. disaster training workshops and professional emergency personnel Included in the manual are plans. for a wide variety of potential disasters including both manmade and natural emergencies The manual Foreign language 0. is updated once a year and reviewed with the staff once a year as well Staff members are well versed. in the responses each must make in case of an emergency In addition fire and earthquake prepared Mathematics 0. ness drills are held as required by law, The School Safety Plan was last reviewed updated and discussed with the school faculty on Decem Science 0. ber 8 2014,Social science 0,Information not available.
12 2013 14 School Accountability Report Card,Teacher Qualifications. This table shows information about teacher credentials and teacher qualifications Teachers without a. Parental Involvement full credential include teachers with district and university internships pre internships emergency or. La Entrada values parent involvement other permits and waivers For more information on teacher credentials visit www ctc ca gov. Parents are an integral part of the inde, pendent study school from the very first Three Year Data Comparison. Teacher Credential Information,appointment We encourage teachers to. contact parents for positive achievement Placentia Yorba. as well as when special circumstances La Entrada HS. arise Regular conferences with teach, ers to assist and monitor progress are Teachers 14 15 12 13 13 14 14 15. encouraged Parents have an opportunity, to be an integral part of the school through With full credential 1 058 3 3 4.
membership in School Site Council and, Focus on Learning Parents interested in Without full credential 2 0 0 0. participating should call Dan Sobschak at,714 986 7026 ext 61622. Teaching outside subject area of competence 4 0 0 0. For more information on how to become,involved at the school please contact the. PTA President at 714 986 7026, Teacher Misassignments and Vacant Teacher Positions. This table displays the number of teacher misassignments positions filled by teachers who lack legal. authorization to teach that grade level subject area student group etc and the number of vacant. teacher positions not filled by a single designated teacher assigned to teach the entire course at the. beginning of the school year or semester Please note total teacher misassignments includes the num. ber of teacher misassignments of English learners,Three Year Data Comparison.
Academic Counselors and Teacher Misassignments and Vacant Teacher Positions. School Support Staff,La Entrada HS,This table displays information about aca. demic counselors and support staff at the Teachers 12 13 13 14 14 15. school and their full time equivalent FTE,Teacher misassignments of English learners 0 0 0. Academic Counselors,and School Support Staff Data,Total teacher misassignments 0 0 0. 2013 14 School Year,Vacant teacher positions 0 0 0. Academic Counselors,FTE of academic,counselors, Core Academic Classes Taught by Highly Qualified Teachers.
Ratio of students per,academic counselor, The No Child Left Behind Act NCLB extended ESEA to require that core academic subjects be taught. by Highly Qualified Teachers defined as having at least a bachelor s degree an appropriate California. Support Staff FTE teaching credential and demonstrated competence for each core academic subject area he or she. teaches The table displays data regarding highly qualified teachers from the 2013 14 school year. Social behavioral or career, 0 1 High poverty schools are defined as those schools with student participation of approximately 40 per. development counselors, cent or more in the free and reduced priced meals program Low poverty schools are those with student. Library media teacher participation of approximately 39 percent or less in the free and reduced priced meals program For. librarian more information on teacher qualifications related to NCLB visit www cde ca gov nclb sr tq. Library media services 2013 14 School Year,0 0 No Child Left Behind Compliant Teachers. staff paraprofessional, Psychologist 0 0 Percent of Classes in Core Academic Subjects.
Taught by Highly Not Taught by Highly, Social worker 0 0 Qualified Teachers Qualified Teachers. La Entrada HS 100 00 0 00,All schools in district 99 16 0 84. Speech language hearing,specialist,High poverty schools in district 99 29 0 71. Resource specialist,non teaching,Low poverty schools in district 99 09 0 91. Not applicable,La Entrada High School,2013 14 School Accountability Report Card.
Financial Data, The financial data displayed in this SARC is from the 2012 13 fiscal year The most current fiscal infor School Financial Data. mation available provided by the state is always two years behind the current school year and one year. behind most other data included in this report For detailed information on school expenditures for all The following table displays the school s. districts in California see the CDE Current Expense of Education Per pupil Spending Web page at average teacher salary and a breakdown. www cde ca gov ds fd ec For information on teacher salaries for all districts in California see the CDE of the school s expenditures per pupil from. Certificated Salaries Benefits Web page at www cde ca gov ds fd cs To look up expenditures and unrestricted and restricted sources. salaries for a specific school district see the Ed Data website at www ed data org. School Financial Data,District Financial Data 2012 13 Fiscal Year. This table displays district teacher and administrative salary information and compares the figures to. the state averages for districts of the same type and size based on the salary schedule Note the district Total expenditures. salary data does not include benefits,2012 13 Fiscal Year Expenditures per pupil. District Salary Data from restricted sources,Placentia Yorba Expenditures per pupil. Similar Sized District 4 831,Linda USD from unrestricted sources.
Beginning teacher salary 39 558 41 761 Annual average. teacher salary,Midrange teacher salary 73 339 66 895. Highest teacher salary 92 007 86 565, Average elementary school principal salary 107 257 108 011. Average middle school principal salary 111 121 113 058. Average high school principal salary 122 424 123 217. Superintendent salary 233 520 227 183,Teacher salaries percent of budget 43 38. Administrative salaries percent of budget 5 5,Types of Services Funded. In addition to school site budgets our, Financial Data Comparison school also receives the following supple.
This table displays the school s per pupil expenditures from unrestricted sources and the school s aver mental funding. age teacher salary and compares it to the district and state data School and Library Improvement. 2012 13 Fiscal Year, Financial Data Comparison Local Control and Accountability. Expenditures Annual,Per Pupil From Average Teacher. Unrestricted Sources Salary,La Entrada HS 4 831 67 506 Expenditures Per Pupil. Supplemental restricted expenditures, Placentia Yorba Linda USD 5 576 75 576 come from money whose use is controlled. by law or by a donor Money that is,designated for specific purposes by the.
California 4 690 70 720,district or governing board is not consid. ered restricted Basic unrestricted expen, School and district percent difference 13 4 10 7 ditures are from money whose use. except for general guidelines is not,controlled by law or by a donor. School and California percent difference 3 0 4 5, Data for this year s SARC was provided by the California Department of Education CDE school and district offices For additional information on. California schools and districts please visit DataQuest at http data1 cde ca gov dataquest DataQuest is an online resource that provides reports for. School Accountability Report Card, accountability test data enrollment graduates dropouts course enrollments staffing and data regarding English learners For further information.
regarding the data elements and terms used in the SARC see the Academic Performance Index Reports Information Guide located on the CDE Published By. API Web page at www cde ca gov ta ac ap Per Education Code Section 35256 each school district shall make hard copies of its annually updated. report card available upon request on or before February 1 of each year. All data accurate as of December 2014 www sia us com 800 487 9234. Local Control Accountability Plan LCAP Requirements Aligned in Your SARC. The tables below outline the state priority areas that are included in the School Accountability Report Card. Conditions of Learning, The table below describes information in the SARC that is relevant to the Basic State Priority Priority 1. Alignment Between State Priority Areas and the SARC. Local Control Accountability Plan Requirements,Conditions of Learning. State Priority Basic, Degree to which teachers are appropriately assigned and fully credentialed in the subject area and for the pupils they are teaching. Education Code EC 52060 d 1, Pupils have access to standards aligned instructional materials EC 52060 d 1. School facilities are maintained in good repair EC 52060 d 1. Pupil Outcomes, The table below describes information in the SARC that is relevant to Pupil Achievement State Priority Priority 4 and Other Pupil Outcomes State.
Priority Priority 8, Alignment Between State Priority Areas and the SARC. Local Control Accountability Plan Requirements,Pupil Outcomes. State Priority Pupil Achievements, Statewide assessments e g California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress EC 52060 d 4 A. The Academic Performance Index EC 52060 d 4 B, The percentage of pupils who have successfully completed courses that satisfy the requirements for entrance to the University of California and. the California State University or career technical education sequences or programs of study EC 52060 d 4 C. State Priority Other Pupil Outcomes, Pupil outcomes in subject areas such as English mathematics social sciences science visual and performing arts health physical education.
career technical education and other studies prescribed by the governing board 1 EC 52060 d 8. Engagement, The table below describes information in the SARC that is relevant to the Parental Involvement State Priority Priority 3 Pupil Engagement State. Priority Priority 5 and School Climate State Priority Priority 6. Alignment Between State Priority Areas and the SARC. Local Control Accountability Plan Requirements,Engagement. State Priority Parent Involvement, Efforts the school district makes to seek parent input in making decisions for the school district and each school site EC 52060 d 3. State Priority Pupil Engagement,High school dropout rates EC 52060 d 5 D. High school graduation rates EC 52060 d 5 E,State Priority School Climate.
Pupil suspension rates EC 52060 d 6 A,Pupil expulsion rates EC 52060 d 6 B. Other local measures including surveys of students parents and teachers on the sense of safety and school connectedness 2. EC 52060 d 6 C, Note State Priority 2 and 7 are not required in the SARC as well as certain portions of Priority 4 and 5 For detailed information about LCAP and. frequently asked questions please visit http www cde ca gov fg aa lc lcfffaq asp. 1 English mathematics and physical education are the only subject areas included in Other Pupil Outcomes Priority 8 that are reflected in the SARC. 2 School safety plan is the only other local measure of School Climate Priority 6 that is reflected in the SARC.

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