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Title: Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District STATE OF OUR SCHOOLS 2009-2010


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Santa Monica-MalibuUnified School
DistrictSTATE OF OUR SCHOOLS2009-2010
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The Mission
  • Promoting extraordinary achievement while
    simultaneously closing the achievement gap.

3
The Vision
  • As a community of learners, the Santa
    Monica-Malibu Unified School District works
    together in a nurturing environment to help
    students be visionary, versatile thinkers
    resourceful, life-long learners effective,
    multilingual communicators and global citizens.
    We are a rich, culturally diverse community that
    values the contributions of all its members and
    strives to promote social justice. We exist to
    assist all students in their pursuit of academic
    achievement, strength of character, and personal
    growth, and to support them in their exploration
    of the intellectual, artistic, technological,
    physical and social expression.

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The Vision
  • As a community of learners, the Santa
    Monica-Malibu Unified School District works
    together in a nurturing environment to help
    students be visionary, versatile thinkers
    resourceful, life-long learners effective,
    multilingual communicators and global citizens.
    We are a rich, culturally diverse community that
    values the contributions of all its members and
    strives to promote social justice. We exist to
    assist all students in their pursuit of academic
    achievement, strength of character, and personal
    growth, and to support them in their exploration
    of the intellectual, artistic, technological,
    physical and social expression.

5
2009-2010 Priorities
  • Strategic Plan
  • Student Achievement
  • Math Literacy
  • Males, grades 6-12
  • Students of Color
  • Middle Schooling

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Schools
  • Child Development Services
  • 10 Elementary Schools
  • 1 K-8 Alternative School
  • 3 Middle Schools
  • 2 High Schools
  • 1 Continuation High School
  • Adult Education
  • Programs

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What Are the Numbers forSMMUSD?
  • 11,607 students
  • 25.93 participation in Free or Reduced Lunch
    Program
  • 5,029 per student per year from CA (same level
    of funding as 2004-05)
  • Additional 2,257 per student per year received
    from local sources

8
Demographics (SMMUSD)
Source CBEDS 2008
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SMMUSD Student Achievement
10
Academic Performance Index (API) SMMUSD CA
  • Achievement in SMMUSD is increasing

11
Academic Performance Index (API) 2004-2009 (by
ethnicity)
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10th Grade CA High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE)
2009 Passage Rates
Percent of Students Passing
13
CAHSEE English Language Arts (ELA) 2004-2009
SMMUSD 10th Grade CAHSEE ELA Passage Rates
Percent of Students Passing
14
CAHSEE (ELA)2004-2009 (by ethnicity)
SMMUSD 10th Grade CAHSEE ELA Passage Rates by
Ethnicity
99
97
95
96
91
92
86
82
80
74
Percent of Students Passing
15
CAHSEE Math 2004-2009
SMMUSD 10th Grade CAHSEE Math Passage Rates
Percent of Students Passing
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CAHSEE Math2004-2009 (by ethnicity)
SMMUSD 10th Grade CAHSEE Math Passage Rates by
Ethnicity
97
96
96
95
92
89
89
80
78
73
Percent of Students Passing
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Advanced Placement (AP)
  • 15 AP subjects offered at high school level
  • 1,067 students took at least one AP course
  • SMMUSD pass rates far exceed state nation

Equity and Excellence Percent of Senior Class
Student Enrollment with at Least One Score of 3
or better on AP Exams
Percent of 12th Grade Enrollment
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Advanced Placement (AP) - Samohi
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Advanced Placement (AP) Malibu
Malibu AP Exam Scores 2007 - 2009
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Samohi AP Scholars
  • AP Scholars
  • 146 students passed 3 AP exams
  • Scholars with Honors
  • 55 students passed 4 AP exams with an average
    score of 3.25 or higher
  • Scholars with Distinction
  • 75 students passed 5 AP exams with an average
    score of 3.5 or higher
  • National Scholars
  • 6 students scored 4 or 5 on 8 AP exams

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Malibu HS AP Scholars
  • AP Scholars
  • 28 students passed 3 AP exams
  • Scholars with Honors
  • 14 students passed 4 AP exams with an average
    score of 3.25 or higher
  • Scholars with Distinction
  • 29 students passed 5 AP exams with an average
    score of 3.5 or higher
  • National Scholars
  • 1 student scored 4 or 5 on 8 AP exams

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Higher Education
  • Dual concurrent enrollment courses at SMC
  • 345 SMMUSD students took 553 courses at SMC
    during summer 2009
  • 84 received As, Bs, and Cs (mostly As)
  • Higher Education
  • 530 seniors attended 4-year universities
  • 360 seniors attended 2-year colleges
  • Because of Santa Monica Colleges excellent
    transfer rate to four-year universities, many
    SMMUSD graduates choose to attend Santa Monica
    College with plans to transfer to a four-year
    school after two years.

23
Facilities
  • Thank you, Santa Monica and Malibu for your
    support of the districts faculties modernization
    program!

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Facilities Improvements Measure BB
  • Complete
  • Model Technology Classrooms (complete at
    secondary school sites in progress at elementary
    school sites)
  • Districtwide infrastructure upgrades for high
    speed Internet/Wireless access network
  • Demolition of modular structures site
    clearing/grading at Olympic HS
  • In Progress
  • New parking lot, lighting, landscaping at
  • John Adams Middle School
  • Communication upgrade Voice Over
  • Internet Protocol
  • Interior modernization of classrooms
  • admin offices at Washington West/CDS

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Facilities Improvements Civic Center Joint Use
Project
  • 57 million was approved by the City of Santa
    Monica for improvements at Samohi.
  • Initial budget includes architectural
    programming, schematic design, design
    development.
  • Legal counsel has been selected staff has begun
    working on the M.O.U. with the city.

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School Funding
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Expenditures per Pupil CA vs. U.S. Average
2008-09 US 10,850 CA 9,921
CA of U.S. Avg. 87 90 88 93 96 94 94 93 91 93
CA Rank Among the States 36 31 36 27 24 31 26 27 30 29
Source National Education Association, Rankings
and Estimates 2006-07
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Californias EducationFunding Crisis
  • Californias K-12 Public Schools Per Pupil
    Spending Relative to the National Average,
    1969-1970 to 1999-2000
  • Per-pupil spending in Californias schools has
    dropped nearly every year since the passage of
    Proposition 13 in 1978, and is currently well
    below the national average.

29
Californias SchoolFinance System
2008-09 Revenue for K-12 Education
Total Prop. 98 Funds, 71.7
Source EdSource January 2009 Report
onCalifornias School Finance System
30
Californias SchoolFinance System
Distribution of Funds for K-12 Education
Sources
Distribution
Federal
Categorical
State
General Purpose
Property Tax
Lottery
Local Misc.
Source EdSource January 2009 Report
onCalifornias School Finance System
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SMMUSD 7-Year Funded Revenue Limits
32
SMMUSD Revenue Expenditures
2009-10 Revenue
2009-10 Expenditures
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SMMUSD Revenue Expenditures
2009-10 Revenue
34
SMMUSD Revenue Expenditures
2009-10 Expenditures
35
SMMUSD UnrestrictedGeneral Fund Budget
  • Annual Operating Deficit and Impact on Fund
    Balance

If deficit spending remains unchanged, the
district will have a negative Fund Balance by the
end of 2010-11.
Operating Deficit (10,072,723) (12,068,220) (12,488,030) (12,750,007) (12,669,234)
Ending Fund Balance 20,428,106 10,355,293 (1,712,828) (14,200,958) (26,950,965) (39,620,199)
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Local FundingMakes a Difference!
  • Visual and performing arts program, physical
    education, nursing, class size, library support,
    intervention programs, summer school, literacy
    support, technology

37
California at the Brink ofInsolvency
  • Contributing Factors
  • High foreclosure rates
  • Increasing joblessness
  • Loss of state revenues
  • Relative size of budget gap
  • Legal obstacles to balanced budget
  • Poor money-management practices

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Worst-case for California's budget deficit next
year?
  • Deficit next year could hit a staggering 25
    billion.
  • Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's best-case estimate
    12.4 billion.
  • The governor has already promised
    "across-the-board cuts."
  • Source San Jose Mercury News, Nov. 13, 2009

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As of today
L.A. Times November 18, 2009
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Loss of Funding CouldResult In
  • Increased class sizes
  • Limited summer school
  • Fewer school days
  • Reduction
  • Instructional materials
  • Staff development
  • Nursing
  • Library services
  • Counseling
  • Music
  • Athletics
  • Other support services

41
We Cant Depend on Sacramento!
  • The proactive steps being taken
  • Cut 4.5 million from the 2009-10 budget
  • Financial Oversight Committee
  • Superintendents Budget Advisory Committee
  • Emergency/Temporary Parcel Tax Feasibility
    Committee
  • Labor negotiations
  • Revenue enhancements
  • Energy savings

42
It is all at stake!
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