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2014-15 Projected PI Schools and Transfer Options

2014-15 Projected PI Schools and Transfer Options

Elementary  (K-8)

 

 

API

State Target = 800

ELA  % Proficient

State Target =89.2%

Math % Proficient

State Target = 89.5%

PI Schools

Short*

864(PS)

63.8% (PS)

78.2% (PS)

Bahia Vista

739

36.2%

54.2%

San Pedro

760

35.9%

59.9%

Venetia Valleyž

771

43.8%

48.7%

Davidsonž

829

62.7%

54.6%

Coleman

841

65.2%

71.2%

Receiving Schools

Glenwood

903

78.5%

83.6%

Laurel Dell

763

44.7%

72.0%

Sun Valley

919

82.4%

85.9%

*PS = Pair and share: California testing begins in grade two. For schools with only kindergarten and/or grade one, the second grade scores for the schools to which these students matriculate were used.

 

 

žMiddle School ESEA Choice: Since both SRCS middle schools are designated PI, school choice will be subject to the governing board’s interdistrict attendance policy.

 

High School

 

 

API

State Target = 800

ELA  % Proficient

State Target = 88.9%

Math % Proficient

State Target = 88.7%

 PI Schools

San Rafael High

779

61.7%

56.7%

Receiving Schools

Terra Linda High

814

74.2%

70.4%

Madrone High*

NA

NA

NA

*Madrone is an alternative program.


Data for these tables was obtained from DataQuest .

Parents of students attending a school that is in Program Improvement (PI) may apply to enroll their child in a non-Program Improvement school and receive district-paid transportation to the school. 

PI Schools Non-PI Schools
Coleman Elementary Glenwood Elementary
San Pedro Elementary Laurel Dell Elementary
Venetia Valley K-8 Sun Valley Elementary
Davidson Middle Madrone High School
San Rafael High Terra Linda High School
Short Elementary  
Bahia Vista Elementary  

ESEA School Choice Transfer Guidelines

If demand for ESEA School Choice and related transportation costs exceed the funds available, priority will be given to the lowest achieving students from low-income families.
 
The district makes the final decision for placement. Parent preference is considered, and priority is given to the lowest-achieving low-income students.
 
Transportation is not provided to students who reside within one (1) mile of the receiving school.
 
Transportation for students on an ESEA School Choice transfer may end if the student’s resident school exits PI, the designated receiving school enters PI, and/or student changes grade levels (elementary to middle or middle to high school).
 
Students on an ESEA School Choice transfer will not be eligible for Supplemental Educational Services (SES).

California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) rules apply regarding athletic eligibility.

The deadline to apply for ESEA School Choice is

March 15, 2016

Application