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Title: CVCHS


1
CVCHS A High Performance School
David L. Linzey, Executive Director Clayton
Valley Charter High
2
Welcome to CVCHS
  • Vision is Clear To prepare your student to
    become a first class citizen with a world class
    education!
  • All Teachers, staff members, administration
    focused on one goal Make CVCHS the best high
    school in California!
  • We are on a mission going from good to great!

3
Introductions
  • Board President Megan Kommer
  • Ted Meriam
  • Megan Kommer
  • Dick Ellis
  • Diane Bailey
  • Christine Reimer
  • Amber Lineweaver
  • April Winship
  • Dr. Patrick Gaffney

4
Administrative Team
  • Dr. Patrick Gaffney Director of Attendance and
    Discipline
  • Miguel Romo Director of Student Services
  • Neil McChesney Director of Administrative
    Services
  • Dylan Perreira Director of Curriculum
  • Greg Hile- Director of Operations
  • Greg Fister Dean of Students
  • Amber Lineweaver Athletic Director
  • Counselor Jackie Valdez Last Name A-F
  • Counselor Vel Snider Last Name G-N
  • Counselor Steve Nares Last Name L-Z
  • Career Center Adviser Cindy Edwards
  • Coordinator of Technology Matt Rosso

5
Introduce
  • Parent Faculty Club
  • Deanne Carlson - President
  • Karen Carman Vice President
  • Parent Volunteer Coordinators- April Winship
    Wendy Schofield

6
First Class Citizens
World Class Education
with a
7
Our Beliefs
  • All students can learn and achieve at very high
    levels
  • My responsibility is to insure all students do
    learn and achieve
  • Teachers who take responsibility for their
    students learning see much higher results than
    those who blame
  • All teachers can become effective if they want to
    and work hard to learn how
  • Schools that perform low are typically focused on
    adult issues and not focused upon their students
    needs - we can change that if we choose to

8
API Results
  • 2012 was 774
  • 2013 is 836
  • 62 point GROWTH!!!
  • From Good To Great!

9
1 Comprehensive High School in State for API
Growth
  • Subgroup 2012 2013 Growth
  • Schoolwide 774 836 62
  • Hispanic 739 793 54
  • White 784 851 67
  • Low Socio 695 767 72
  • ELL 636 705 69
  • Special Ed 558 635 77

10
Vision
  • To prepare all students to become first class
    citizens with a world class education
  • Students dont care how much you know until they
    know how much you care
  • 21st Century Skills
  • Critical Thinking
  • Collaboration
  • Communication
  • Cultural Literacy
  • Technology
  • Character Education

11
The Message
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College Readiness
  • A-G Graduation Emphasis
  • Common Core Standards
  • Career Readiness
  • Academies Clayton Arts Academy Engineering
    Academy Public Service Academy Medical Careers
    Academy
  • Literacy Writing Across Curriculum
  • 4-Year Learning Plan
  • Career Center

13
Naviance
  • 9th
  • 9th Grade
  • Career Interest Profiler
  • Personality Type Assessment
  • Multiple Intelligences Assessment
  • Develop 4 year Academic Plan
  • 10th Grade
  • Update 4 year Academic Plan
  • College/Job Resume
  • Create Career List
  • 11th Grade
  • Update 4 year Academic plan

14
Reading Study Summary
Interquartile Ranges Shown (25 - 75)
1600
1400
1200
Text Lexile Measure (L)
1000
800
600
High School Literature
College Literature
High School Textbooks
College Textbooks
Military
Personal Use
Entry-Level Occupations
SAT 1, ACT, AP
Source of National Test Data MetaMetrics
15
70
16
Not Eligible for Military
  • ASVAB Test Lack of knowledge and skills
  • High School Dropouts Diploma is required
  • Obesity and Health Issues Disqualified
  • Criminal Record

17
Business Leaders Response
  • If 70 of students are not qualified for the
    military What makes you believe they are
    qualified for jobs in corporate America, industry
    of middle class jobs?
  • The Truth 70 of students in United States are
    headed towards a life of public assistance of one
    type or another.
  • The Problem Can 30 of workers pay for 70 of
    society being on public assistance. In addition,
    can the same 30 of workers float pensions,
    social security, medicare, etc.?
  • The Answer NO!! America is in trouble

18
Key Initiatives CVCHS
  • Literacy Key to College Careers (Achieve
    3000)
  • Rigor/Relevance/Relationships
  • Common Core Standards Teach To Mastery
  • Benchmark Assessments Thermometer for
    Reteaching
  • Research Based Instructional Strategies
  • Bell to Bell Instruction Time on Task
  • Failure Free Zone Complete Assignments
  • Intervention Programs AVID, Saturdays

19
Message to Parents Students
  • Prepare Today For high paying careers of
    tomorrow
  • Get on the Right Path College and Career
    Readiness
  • Pay Now Play Later vs Play Now and Pay Later
    (for the rest of your life)
  • 4 Years of hard work in high school can prepare
    you for great careers of the future
  • What you major in matters A LOT

20
Highest Paying Jobs for College Graduates 2012
Petroleum Engineering 97,900
   
Chemical Engineering 64,500
   
Electrical Engineering (EE) 61,300
   
Materials Science Engineering 60,400
   
Aerospace Engineering 60,700
   
Computer Engineering (CE) 61,800
   
Physics 49,800
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  • Applied Mathematics 52,600
  • Computer Science (CS) 56,600
  • Nuclear Engineering 65,100
  • Biomedical Engineering (BME) 53,800
  • Economics 47,300
  • Mechanical Engineering (ME) 58,400
  • Statistics 49,000
  • Industrial Engineering (IE) 57,400
  • Civil Engineering (CE) 53,100
  • Mathematics 47,000
  • Environmental Engineering 51,700
  • Management Information Systems (MIS) 51,000
  • Software Engineering 54,900
  • Finance 46,500

22
Employment 1970s
  • High Skill
  • Low Skill

23
Employment 1990s
  • High Skill
  • Low Skill

Semi Skill
24
Employment 2010
  • High Skill
  • Low Skill

Semi Skill
25
1970 1990 2010
26
Show Me The Money!!!
  • College Graduates
  • Earn about 1,500,000 more than high school
    graduates during their career
  • Have a much higher rate of employment
  • Own their own homes at a higher rate

27
Curriculum
  • Rigor
  • Relevance
  • Relationships
  • Results

28
College Freshmen Return for Sophomore Year
4 Year Colleges 74
2 Year Colleges 55
Source Postsecondary Opportunity
29
Key Strategies
  • Students Are Required to Complete Assignments and
    Do Over Work that is below Quality Mastery
    Learning
  • Dont Allow Students to Fail Keep Them After
    School to Make Them do Their Work
  • Failure Free Zone Do It Right The First Time
    or go to Saturday School
  • We Care Too Much Too Allow Students To Throw
    Their Future Away!!!

30
Naviance
  • Career Assessments (Freshman transition program)
  • Four year college academic plan (9th, 10th, 11th)
  • College/Job resume (10th ,11th ,12th)
  • Create Career list (10th)
  • College Search (11th)
  • Build College list (11th)
  • College Visit sign up (11th 12th)
  • Enrichment programs (11th 12th)
  • Scholarships (12th)
  • Monitor your college applications (12th)
  • Request Letters of Recommendation Transcripts
    (12th)

31
  • We need to prepare students for their future,
    not our past.
  • -Anonymous

31
32
WASC ACTION PLAN
  1. Implement Common Core State Standards
  2. Teach Literacy Across All Disciplines
  3. Emphasize/Teach Character Education

33
Are you READY?!!!!!!!
  • Get involved
  • Activities, clubs, sports, community
  • Get Good Grades
  • Be proactive
  • tutoring, talk to teachers, come to school and
    ask for HELP! See your counselor
  • Visit the Career Center
  • Dream BIG and Plan for tomorrow at CVCHS

34
Clayton Valley Athletics
  • Fall Girls Volleyball, Girls Golf, Cross
    Country, Football, Boys and Girls Water Polo,
    Girls Tennis
  • Winter Wrestling, Girls and Boys Basketball,
    Girls and Boys Soccer
  • Spring Boys Tennis, Boys Golf, Boys Volleyball,
    Girls and Boys Lacrosse, Softball, Baseball, Trap
    Shooting, Swimming, Track and Field and a newly
    added club this year - Rugby!

35
Clayton Valley Clubs
California Scholarship Federation (CSF) Robotics Club Spectrum Link Crew
Christian Club Senior Men CV Trap Shooting Club CV R.F.C.
Art Club Senior Women Model UN Film Club
French Club Team Green Dance All Night Group (DANG) Lawn Chair Club
Interact FIDM Generation for Change CV Gaming Community
Key Club Unicef Club Video Club Frisbee Club
Legal Eagles Collaboration, Camaraderie, Community (CCC) Club CV Perseverance Winter Guard
Multicultural Club Medical Careers Club The Escape
36
Enrollment Timeline
Event Date
Enrollment period opens 11/18/14
Enrollment period closes 1/28/15
Notification of application status 1/30/15
Lottery (Multi-use Room) 2/2/15, 700 PM
New student registration day (Gym) 2/7/15, 900 AM 1200 PM
Summer School Freshmen Support 6/22/15 7/17/15
Freshman Transition Program 8/4/15 8/7/15
2014-15 school year starts 8/12/15
37
Public Random Drawing
  • CVCHS currently receives more applications than
    it has available spots
  • Enrollment preference will be given based on
    State Ed. Code (see next slide)
  • Once the number of applications exceeds the
    capacity of the school, CVCHS will hold a Public
    Random Drawing (Lottery)
  • All names will be drawn and numbered to determine
    enrollment offers and waitlist positions
  • When a student is offered a spot they will
    receive a letter of intent form which must be
    completed and submitted within 5 days to secure
    enrollment

38
Admissions Preference
  • Student Ranking
    Preference
  • Existing student 1
  • Students residing in former CV attend. area
    2
  • Siblings of existing CVCHS students
    3
  • Students who reside within MDUSD 4
  • All other students residing in CA 5

39
Job Well Done - Gratitude
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