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Fairfield-Suisun Unified School District
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2014-2015 District Goals Revisited
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Implementation, support and monitoring of the
Common Core State Standards
Maintain a safe environment for students and staff
Maintain fiscal solvency, liquidity, and effective use
of District resources
Maintain positive District and community relations
Function as a continually effective Governance Team
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Three Year Educational Initiatives
 Planning document for departments within
Educational Services
 Key initiatives will be highlighted
 Additional initiatives on full document
 Three year actions are not included for all
initiatives
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Implementation, support and
monitoring of the Common
Core State Standards
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Opportunities for Student Learning
Program
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
Public Safety
Academy
1) School configuration
is 5th through 10th
2) The site will need
expanded science,
physical education, and
parking to support the
expansion of school
3) The site will need
expanded
counseling/library
support services
1) School configuration
is 5th through 11th
2) The site will need
expanded science,
physical education, and
parking to support the
expansion of the school
3) The site will need
expanded
counseling/library
support services
1) School configuration
is 5th through 12th
2) The site will need
expanded
counseling/library
support services
1) 60 9th grade students
at Solano College
2) Students take one
college course and five
FSUSD courses each
semester
1) 120 9th and 10th grade
students at Solano
College
2) Students take one
college course and five
FSUSD courses each
semester
1) 180 9th through 11th
grade grade students at
Solano College
2) 9th and 10th grade
students take one
college course and five
FSUSD courses each
semester
3) 11th grade students
take two/three college
courses and four FSUSD
courses each semester
Early College
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Opportunities for Student Learning
Program
Independent
Study/Virtual
Learning
Career Technical
Education
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
1) Expand Independent
Study from 30 students
to 50 students
2) Expand use of
Advanced Academics
for students who want a
virtual learning setting
3) Independent Study
staff create Virtual
classes in English
Language Arts
1) Expand Independent
Study from 50 students
to 80 students
2) Independent Study
staff create virtual
classes in History Social
Sciences
3) Reduce the use of
Advanced Academics by
expanding the use of
FSUSD created online
learning courses
1) Expand Independent
Study from 80 students
to 110 students
2) Independent Study
staff create virtual
classes in mathematics
3) Reduce the use of
Advanced Academics by
expanding the use of
FSUSD created online
learning courses
1) Develop and phase in
a plan that responds to
the need to expand the
CTE program options in
the district
2) Develop community
partnerships to add
internship
opportunities in a
variety of CTE pathways
1) Add at least one new
CTE pathway at one of
our comprehensive high
schools
1) Add at least one new
CTE pathway at one of
our comprehensive high
schools
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Opportunities for Student Learning
Program
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
1) Continue to
implement CCSS Units
for DI Spanish
instruction and provide
coaching
2) Implement parent
communication systems
and expand based on
need and input
3) Fully implement
middle school courses
and evaluate
4) Implement DI Master
Plan and revise annually
1) Implement and refine
2) Implement and refine
3) Implement and refine
4) Implement DI master
Plan and revise annually
Dual Immersion
(DI)
1) Develop CCSS Unit
integration for Spanish
instruction, provide
professional
development and
implement
2) Continue work from
2013-14 to improve
parent communication
systems
3) Continue work on
middle school DI
courses and
communicate
4) Complete revision of
DI Master Plan
1) Revisit and rewrite
the GATE plan
1) Implement a GATE
pathway in all middle
school
GATE Magnet
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Opportunities for Student Learning
Program
2014-2015
2015-2016
Dover Bridge to
Success
1) Develop a plan that
responds to attendance,
academic, and
perception data
collected during the
2013-14 school year
1) Implement and
monitor the plan that
was developed during
the 2014-15 school year
Matt Garcia
Learning Center
1) Develop a plan that
responds to attendance,
academic, and
perception data
collected during the
2013-14 school year
1) Implement and
monitor the plan that
was developed during
the 2014-15 school year
Sem Yeto High
School
1) Create and
implement a plan to
open satellite
continuation programs
at Fairfield and
Rodriguez High School
1) Open a Sem Yeto
Satellite at Fairfield
High School
2) Open a Sem Yeto
Satellite at Rodriguez
High School
2016-2017
1) Monitor and make the
necessary adjustments
to the plan
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Early Learning Programs
Program
2014-2015
2015-2016
Transitional
Kindergarten (TK)
1) Expand TK classes to
accommodate increased
enrollment
2) Identify a center to
include Transitional
Kindergarten, Special
Education preschool,
and general education
preschool
1) Expand TK classes to
accommodate increased
enrollment
2) Implement the Early
Learning Center model
Preschool
1) Identify a center to
include Transitional
Kindergarten, Special
Education preschool,
and general education
preschool
1) Expand Preschool
classes
2) Implement the Early
Learning Center model
2016-2017
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Technology & STEM
Program
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
Ed Tech Specialists
1) Full support to
elementary and middle
school sites
2) Planning/training
support to HS sites
1) Increase Ed Tech staff
2) Full support to all
sites
1) Continue full support
to all sites
2) Adjust staffing as
needed
STEM, including
robotics and
biotechnology
1) Establish a K-12
STEAM Committee that
meets regularly to
identify and address
STEAM topics
2) Identify potential
changes in program
offerings to support
already existing feeder
patters
K-12 Engineering
1) Expand PLTW to
elementary and middle
schools
Coding
1) Identify/develop and
pilot a K-12 curriculum
scope and sequence to
incorporate coding at all
grade levels
1) Implement the K-12
curriculum scope and
sequence to incorporate
coding at all grade levels
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Board Priorities
Program
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
Class Size
Reduction
1) Continue efforts to
meet the 24:1 class size
expectations for grades
TK-3
1) Continue efforts to
meet the 24:1 class size
expectations for grades
TK-3
1) Continue efforts to
meet the 24:1 class size
expectations for grades
TK-3
1) Two hours monthly
district supported
release
2) One hour monthly FSUTA supported release
1) Three hours monthly
district supported
release
2) Continue to
implement and monitor
the plan
1) Four hours monthly
district supported
release
2) Continue to
implement and monitor
the plan
1) Continue efforts to
implement research
based instructional
strategies
2) Continue to monitor
and provide support
1) Continue efforts to
implement research
based instructional
strategies
2) Continue to monitor
and provide support
1) Continue efforts to
implement research
based instructional
strategies
2) Continue to monitor
and provide support
Elementary
Release Program
through the use of
specialists (Arts,
Music & PE)
Teach 4 Success
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Sullivan Interagency Youth Center
Program
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
Attendance
Initiatives
1) Hire 8 attendance
liaisons
2) Train staff on ways to
decrease absenteeism.
1) Create a truancy
center with clinician
and liaisons to support
students who are picked
up on daytime curfew
1) Create off campus
suspension program
housed at Sullivan
Interagency Center
1) Continue in lieu of
suspension program
and Grange and include
Crystal Middle School.
Decrease suspension
rate, utilize suspension
as a last resort
1) Expand in lieu of
suspension to include
all middle schools and
9th grade
1) Expand in lieu of
suspension program to
include 10th grade
In lieu of
suspension
programs
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Support Services for Students
Program
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
Career Counseling
1) Develop and phase in
a plan that responds to
attendance, academic,
and perception data
collected during the
2013-14 school year
1) Monitor and make the
necessary adjustments
to the plan
1) Monitor and make the
necessary adjustments
to the plan
Health Care
Services
1) Training of Health
Care Specialists and
alignment of
supervising School
Nurses
1) Review and adjust
staffing.
2) Continue monitoring
and adjusting the
program as necessary
Social-Emotional
Support
Counseling
1) Develop and phase in
a plan that responds to
attendance, academic,
and perception data
collected during the
2013-14 school yea
1) Monitor and make the
necessary adjustments
to the plan
Academic
Counseling
Develop and phase in a
plan to inform, guide,
monitor and support
students K-12
academically
1) Monitor and make the
necessary adjustments
to the plan
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Goals Revisited
 K-5 Elementary Schools
 6-8 Middle Schools
 K-8 options throughout the District
 K–3 Class Size Reduction
 Long-range plan for Public Safety Academy
 Early Childhood Education Program
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School Configurations
Program
2014-2015
2015-2016
B Gale Wilson
School
1) 5th - 6th grade
English only elementary
program continues
2) 7th - 8th grade
middle school program
continues
3) Elementary Dual
Immersion continues
1) Comprehensive
middle school program,
6th - 8th grade
2) Elementary Dual
Immersion continues
David A Weir
Preparatory
Academy
1) Expand to TK-8 Grade
2) School focus is
college bound students
with "No Excuses
University"
1) Expand 1:1 devices
1) Expand to 8th Grade
2) Expand devices to
support 8th grade
students
1) Expand 1:1 devices
E Ruth Sheldon
Academy of
Innovative
Learning
2016-2017
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School Configurations
Program
Suisun Valley
Oakbrook Visual
and Performing
Arts
2014-2015
2015-2016
2016-2017
1) Expand to TK -8
2) Implement the VAPA
plan
1) Implement and
monitor the VAPA plan
1) Expand to TK-8
2) Continue
Agricultural/Science
focus
1) Expand to TK-7 Grade
2) Develop and refine
the Visual and
Performing Arts
Program (VAPA) plan
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Things Change
 We Strive to be Proactive
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 Things Change:
 When we last closed elementary schools
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There was no Transitional Kindergarten (TK) Program
K-3 Class Size Reduction was a Flexibility Program
We had been in continuous declining enrollment
 We also Strive to be Thoughtful in our Approach to
Dealing with these Changes
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Facility Issues
 Laurel Creek current enrollment: 975
 No room for TK or expansion to K-8 without additional
facilities
 Grange Middle School current enrollment: 1,156
 Lunch facilities inadequate for current population
 Public Safety Academy
 Amy Blanc site insufficient for full build-out (science labs,
student parking)
 Special Education and Transitional Kindergarten
 Increases in enrollment impacting facilities
 Seven elementary schools at or near capacity
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We Need Time to Plan
 2014-2015 Planning Year
 2015-2016 Implementation Year
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Recommendation - Part #1
 Re-open Amy Blanc Elementary School in 2015-16
 Opens up space at Cleo Gordon Elementary and David Weir
Preparatory Academy
 Allows Laurel Creek to go K-8
 2014-15 – 978 – K-6
 2015-16 – 847 – K-7
 2016-17 - 914 – K-8
 Eases pressure on Grange Middle School
 2014-15 – 1,226
 2015-16 – 1,210
 2016-17 – 1,130
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Recommendation – Part #2
 Expand Public Safety Academy – currently 3 classes per grade level (4 in 7th)
 Current projections:
 2013-14 – 491 – 5th-9th
 2014-15 – 551 – 5th-10th
 2015-16 – 641* – 5th-11th
 2016-17 – 731* – 5th-12th
*depending upon where grade level build-out occurs
 Recommend expansion of up to four classes per grade level
 Approximately 960 enrollment at full build-out
 In 2015-16:
 Move to Dover site
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Eases pressure on other sites depending upon who attends
Provides adequate space for build-out:
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Provides better core facilities
Science facilities available
Large field spaces
Increased parking
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Recommendation – Part #3
 Sem Yeto Main Campus – transitions to satellite
programs on Fairfield and Rodriguez High School
campuses
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2013-14 – 271 @ Dover
2014-15 – 266 @ Dover
2015-16
 Potential 61 additional @ Armijo High School
 Potential 173 @ Fairfield High School
 Potential 40 @ Rodriguez High School
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Recommendation – Part #4
 Bridge-to-Success – redefine Matt Garcia Learning
Center (MGLC) program to align with Bridge-to-Success
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2013-14
 74 @ Dover
 145 @ MGLC
2014-15
 74 @ Dover
 145 @ MGLC
2015-16
 219 @ Matt Garcia Bridge Program
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Recommendation – Part #5
 Mary Bird Early Childhood Education Center
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2014-15
 Planning Year
2015-16
 4 TK classes (AM/PM - 2 rooms)
 2 Structured Class for Intensive Learning (SCIL) classes (full
day program - 2 rooms)
 4 Pre-School Special Day Classes (AM/PM - 2 rooms)
 Preschool Assessment Team relocated from Suisun Elementary
(1 room)
 Move Phonological Program from Laurel Creek (1 room)
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Recommended Grade Level Configurations
School
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
Amy Blanc
n/a
n/a
K-5
K-5
Cordelia Hills
K-6
K-6
K-5
K-5
Crescent
K-5
K-5
K-5
K-5
Fairview
K-5
K-5
K-5
K-5
Cleo Gordon
K-5
K-5
K-5
K-5
K. I. Jones
K-6
K-6
K-5
K-5
Anna Kyle
K-5
K-5
K-5
K-5
Laurel Creek
K-6
K-6
K-7
K-8
Nelda Mundy
K-6
K-6
K-5
K-5
Oakbrook
K-6
K-7
K-8
K-8
Rolling Hills
K-6
K-6
K-5
K-5
Dan O. Root II
K-5
K-5
K-5
K-5
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Recommended Grade Level Configurations
School
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16 2016-17
E. Ruth Sheldon
K-7
K-8
K-8
K-8
Suisun Elementary
K-5
K-5
K-5
K-5
Suisun Valley
K-8
K-8
K-8
K-8
Tolenas
K-5
K-5
K-5
K-5
David A. Weir
K-7
K-8
K-8
K-8
B. Gale Wilson
D.I., 4-6
& 7-8
D. I., 5-6 D. I.
& 7-8
& 6-8
D. I.
& 6-8
Crystal
6-8
6-8
6-8
6-8
Grange
6-8
6-8
6-8
6-8
Green Valley
7-8
7-8
6-8
6-8
Public Safety Academy
5-9
5-10
5-11
5-12
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Final Analysis of Goal Attainment
 K-5 Elementary Schools
 complete by 2015-16
 6-8 Middle Schools
 complete by 2015-16
 K-8 options throughout the District
 complete by 2016-17
 K–3 Class Size Reduction
 addressed by 2015-16 with the reopening of Amy Blanc Elementary
 Long-range plan for Public Safety Academy
 complete by 2015-16
 Early Childhood Education Program
 complete by 2015-16
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“We are stubborn on vision. We are
flexible on details.”
~Jeff Bezos
“Flexibility is a requirement for survival.”
~Roger Von Oech
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