What is the purpose of the School Site Council?
To develop, monitor, and evaluate a Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) for Consolidated Application (ConApp) programs operated at the school to improve student achievement. (Education Code Section 64001)
- For more information on the Capuchino HS School Site Council, please contact Mr. Hudelson.
- For more resources, refer to the California Department of Education link at www.cde.ca.gov/nclb/sr/le/documents/spsaguide.doc
Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) Reports
The School Site Council (SSC) revised and adopted the new SPSA (Single Plan for Student Achievement) goals for the school year. This is yearly process and the SSC is responsible for developing, monitoring and evaluating the SPSA goals.
Goal #1: IB Program
- The percentage of students per ethnic group enrolled in IB courses will reflect the ethnic make-up of similar grade levels and no specific ethnic group will drop below 10% within that grade level of student enrollment.
- The percentage of IB diploma students will be 10% or greater than the number of students in the senior class.
- The percentage of students who complete an IB course with at least a C grade will remain at 90% or better.
- The percentage of students receiving a 4 or above on the IB Exams will increase by 5%.
Goal #2: Course Completion
- The number of graduates meeting A-G requirements will increase by a minimum 5% (new) with an emphasis on progress for students of various groups.
- The percentage of students within each group who complete courses with a “C” or better will increase.
Goal #3: SBAC/Assessments
- Students will improve 5% for ELA and Math scores on the SBAC test. Progress for students in various student populations, namely Latino, EL, SPED, and Polynesian students will improve. Low scores for a variety of subgroups will decrease by 10%.
Goal #4: College and Career Readiness
- Increase college and career awareness for both students and parents.
Goal #5: School Connectedness
- Increase student and parent involvement in school culture and community.