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Marin County Special Education

By February 1 of each year, every school in California is required by st at e law t o publish a School Account abilit y Report Card (SARC).T he SARC cont ains informat ion about t he condit ion and performance of each California public school. Under t he Local Cont rol Funding Formula (LCFF) all local educat ional agencies (LEAs) are required t o prepare a Local Cont rol and Account abilit y Plan (LCAP), w hich describes how t hey int end t o meet annual school-specific goals for all pupils, w it h specific act ivit ies t o address st at e and local priorit ies. Addit ionally, dat a report ed in an LCAP is t o be consist ent w it h dat a report ed in t he SARC.

For more informat ion about SARC requirement s, see t he California Depart ment of Educat ion (CDE) SARC w eb page at ht t ps://w w w .cde.ca.gov/t a/ac/sa/.

For more informat ion about t he LCFF or LCAP, see t he CDE LCFF w eb page at ht t ps://w w w .cde.ca.gov/fg/aa/lc/.

For addit ional informat ion about t he school, parent s/guardians and communit y members should cont act t he school principal or t he dist rict office.

DataQuest

Internet Access

School Accountability Report Card

Reported Using Data from the 2018—19 School Year

California Department of Education

Dat aQuest is an online dat a t ool locat ed on t he CDE Dat aQuest w eb page at ht t ps://dq.cde.ca.gov/dat aquest / t hat cont ains addit ional informat ion about t his school and comparisons of t he school t o t he dist rict and t he count y. Specifically, Dat aQuest is a dynamic syst em t hat provides report s for account abilit y (e.g., t est dat a, enrollment , high school graduat es, dropout s, course enrollment s, st affing, and dat a regarding English learners).

Int ernet access is available at public libraries and ot her locat ions t hat are publicly accessible (e.g., t he California St at e Library). Access t o t he Int ernet at libraries and public locat ions is generally provided on a first -come, first -served basis. Ot her use rest rict ions may include t he hours of operat ion, t he lengt h of t ime t hat a w orkst at ion may be used (depending on availabilit y), t he t ypes of soft w are programs available on a w orkst at ion, and t he abilit y t o print document s.

Jon Lenz, Assistant Superintendent

Principal, Marin County Special Education

School dist rict s in California are mandat ed t o provide special educat ion services t o children w it h disabilit ies from birt h t hrough age 22. W hile t he local Marin Count y School Dist rict s are able t o provide many many of t hese programs and/or services for st udent s w it h mild disabilit ies, t here are many ot her disabling condit ions t hat necessit at e a more int ensive level of support , or w hich have such a low incidence rat e t hat it w ould be fiscally and programmat ically difficult for each dist rict t o provide t he necessary services.

T he Special Educat ion Depart ment operat es a t ot al of 35 Special Day Classes, t w o Resource Specialist Programs and several it inerant services t o meet t he needs of children w it h disabilit ies. Our classes are locat ed on 18 different school campus sit es around t he count y, w it h an emphasis on placing classes in age-appropriat e set t ings w hich allow for t he great est amount of int egrat ion possible. T he classes w hich w e provide focus upon st udent s w it h disabilit ies in t he follow ing areas:

Int ellect ual Disabilit ies Emot ional Dist urbances Visual Impairment s Ort hopedic Impairment s Deaf or Hard of Hearing Ot her Healt h Impairment

Est ablished Medical Disabilit y - ages 3-5 only Mult iple Disabilit ies

Aut ism

T raumat ic Brain Injury

W e also provide several it inerant services t o eligible st udent s in t heir home school set t ing, including:

Vision SErvices Hearing Services

Orient at ion and Mobilit y Services

About Our School About Our School

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Marin Count y Office of Educat ion operat es a myriad of special educat ion programs on behalf of t he st udent s and dist rict s of Marin. Janelle Campbell and Krist i Dahlst rom are t he Direct ors of Special Educat ion t hat oversee all Marin Count y Office of Educat ion special educat ion progams.

Marin County Special Education 1111 Las Gallinas Ave.

San Rafael, CA 94903-1843 Phone: 415-499-5850 Email: jlenz@marinschools.org

Principal's Comment Principal's Comment

Contact Contact

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About This School

Contact Information (School Year 2019—20)

School Description and Mission Statement (School Year 2019—20)

Dist rict Cont act Informat ion (School Year 2019—20)

Dist rict Name Marin Count y Office of Educat ion

Phone Number (415) 472-4110

Superint endent Mary Jane Burke

Email Address mjburke@marinschools.org

Websit e w w w .marinschools.org

School Cont act Informat ion (School Year 2019—20)

School Name Marin Count y Special Educat ion

St reet 1111 Las Gallinas Ave.

Cit y, St at e, Zip San Rafael, Ca, 94903-1843

Phone Number 415-499-5850

Principal Jon Lenz, Assist ant Superint endent

Email Address jlenz@marinschools.org

Websit e w w w .marinschools.org

Count y-Dist rict -School (CDS) Code

21102156069504

T he Marin Count y Office of Educat ion (MCOE) and all school dist rict s locat ed in Marin Count y are members of t he Marin Count y Special Educat ion Local Plan Area (SELPA). T he Marin Count y SELPA w orks collaborat ively w it h 18 school dist rict s and ot her public agencies t hroughout Marin Count y t o make available a full cont inuum of Special Educat ion services t o all st udent s w it h Individualized Educat ion Programs (IEPs) residing in Marin Count y.

MCOE provides regionalized Special Educat ion programs and coordinat ed services t o st udent s w it h disabilit ies residing in Marin Count y ages birt h t hrough 22.

St udent s are referred t o Special Educat ion programs by t heir dist rict s of residence based upon t heir individual needs. In addit ion t o t he comprehensive school-age programs, MCOE also provides Early Int ervent ion services for st udent s birt h t hrough age 5 and adult t ransit ion educat ion offering communit y-based inst ruct ion t hat facilit at es independent living skills.

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Student Enrollment by Grade Level (School Year 2018—19)

Enrollment is inclusive of special educat ion st udent s kindergart en t hrough ungraded post -secondary.

Student Enrollment by Student Group (School Year 2018—19)

Grade Level Number of St udent s

Kindergart en 12

Grade 1 19

Grade 2 16

Grade 3 17

Grade 4 11

Grade 5 12

Grade 6 10

Grade 7 13

Grade 8 9

Grade 9 15

Grade 10 13

Grade 11 13

Grade 12 41

T ot al Enrollment 201

KindergartenGrade 1

Grade 2

Grade 3

Grade 4

Grade 5

Grade 6

Grade 7

Grade 8

Grade 9

Grade 10

Grade 11

Grade 12 0

5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45

St udent Group Percent of Tot al Enrollment

Black or African American 6.50 %

American Indian or Alaska Nat ive 1.00 %

Asian 6.50 %

Filipino 0.50 %

Hispanic or Lat ino 30.80 %

Nat ive Haw aiian or Pacific Islander %

W hit e 49.80 %

T w o or More Races 4.00 %

St udent Group (Ot her) Percent of Tot al Enrollment

Socioeconomically Disadvant aged 22.90 %

English Learners 15.90 %

St udent s w it h Disabilit ies 100.00 %

Fost er Y out h 1.00 %

Homeless %

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A. Conditions of Learning

State Priority: Basic

T he SARC provides t he follow ing informat ion relevant t o t he St at e priorit y: Basic (Priorit y 1):

Degree t o w hich t eachers are appropriat ely assigned and fully credent ialed in t he subject area and for t he pupils t hey are t eaching;

Pupils have access t o st andards-aligned inst ruct ional mat erials; and School facilit ies are maint ained in good repair

Teacher Credentials

Teacher Misassignments and Vacant Teacher Positions

Not e: “Misassignment s” refers t o t he number of posit ions filled by t eachers w ho lack legal aut horizat ion t o t each t hat grade level, subject area, st udent group, et c.

* T ot al T eacher Misassignment s includes t he number of Misassignment s of T eachers of English Learners.

Teachers

School 2017

—18

School 2018

—19

School 2019

—20

Dist rict 2019—

20

W it h Full Credent ial 30 26 29 38

W it hout Full Credent ial 0 0 1 3

T eachers T eaching Out side Subject Area of Compet ence (w it h full credent ial)

0 0 1

0.0 1.0 2.0

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35

Teachers with Full C redential Teachers without Full C redential

Teachers Teaching O utside Subject A rea of C ompetence

Indicat or

2017—

18

2018—

19

2019—

20

Misassignment s of T eachers of English Learners

0 0 0

T ot al T eacher Misassignment s* 0 0 0

Vacant T eacher Posit ions 0 0 1

2017—18 2018—19 2019—20

0.0 0.2 0.4 0.6 0.8 1.0 1.2

Misassignments of Teachers of English Learners Total Teacher Misassignments*

Vacant Teacher Positions

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Quality, Currency, Availability of Textbooks and Other Instructional Materials (School Year 2019—20)

Regionalized special day class programs serving st udent s w it h moderat e t o severe disabilit ies ut ilize curriculum t hat is t arget ed t ow ard funct ional life skill learning/development and is reflect ed in our st udent s Individualized Educat ion Programs.

Y ear and mont h in w hich t he dat a w ere collect ed: December 2019

Not e: Cells w it h N/A values do not require dat a.

Subject Text books and Ot her Inst ruct ional Mat erials/year of Adopt ion

From Most Recent Adopt ion?

Percent St udent s Lacking Own Assigned Copy

Reading/Language

Art s Unique Learning Syst ems, 2013

Acellus, 2014 ST AR, 2014 Font ace & Pinnell

W rit e Source, Hought on Mifflin, 2013 W rit ers Inc., Hought on Mifflin, 2005 Novels, st at e and local board approved, 2005 Mult icult ural Reader, Perfect ion Learning, 2005 Snapshot s, Perfect ion Learning, 2005 T he Sonday Syst em, W insor Learning, 2015

Y es 0.00 %

Mat hemat ics

Acellus, 2014 EveryDay Mat h, 2015 Unique Learning Syst ems, 2013 Keys t o Mat hemat ics, 2014

Prent ice Hall Middle School Mat h Courses

Y es 0.00 %

Science

Unique Learning Syst ems, 2013 Book Flip Chart , Kindergart en

Scot t Foresman, California Science, 2008 Acellus, 2014

T eacher made mat erials

MCOE Special Educat ion programs w ill cont inue t o invest igat e Science mat erials in light of Next Generat ion Science St andards in 2019-2020

No 0.00 %

Hist ory-Social

Science Unique Learning Syst ems

W orld Geography, Hought on Mifflin/Harcourt , 2013

W orld Hist ory, Hought on Mifflin/Harcourt , 2014 Acellus, 2014

Hist ory-Social Science mat erials w ill cont inue t o be invest igat ed in 2019-20 for adopt ion.

Y es 0.00 %

Foreign Language

Acellus, Spanish, 2013

Y es 0.00 %

Healt h

Globe Healt h, Holt Globe Fearon, 2004 Posit ive Prevent ion Plus - Sexual Healt h, 2016

Y es 0.00 %

Visual and

Performing Art s Y oung Imaginat ions T eacher made mat erials

0.0 %

Science Lab Eqpmt (Grades 9-12)

N/A N/A 0.0 %

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School Facility Conditions and Planned Improvements

School Facility Good Repair Status

Y ear and mont h of t he most recent FIT report : December 2019

Overall Facility Rate

Y ear and mont h of t he most recent FIT report : December 2019

All MCOE operat ed sit es maint ained Exemplary st at us per t he Facilit y Inspect ion T ool.

Syst em Inspect ed Rat ing Repair Needed and Act ion Taken or Planned

Syst ems: Gas Leaks, Mechanical/HVAC, Sew er Good

Int erior: Int erior Surfaces Good

Cleanliness: Overall Cleanliness, Pest /Vermin Infest at ion Good

Elect rical: Elect rical Good

Rest rooms/Fount ains: Rest rooms, Sinks/Fount ains Good

Safet y: Fire Safet y, Hazardous Mat erials Good

St ruct ural: St ruct ural Damage, Roofs Good

Ext ernal: Playground/School Grounds, W indow s/Doors/Gat es/Fences Good

Overall Rat ing Exemplary

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B. Pupil Outcomes

State Priority: Pupil Achievement

T he SARC provides t he follow ing informat ion relevant t o t he St at e priorit y: Pupil Achievement (Priorit y 4):

St at ewide assessment s (i.e., California Assessment of St udent Performance and Progress [CAASPP] Syst em, w hich includes t he Smart er Balanced Summat ive Assessment s for st udent s in t he general educat ion populat ion and t he California Alt ernat e Assessment s [CAAs] for English language art s/lit eracy [ELA] and mat hemat ics given in grades t hree t hrough eight and grade eleven. Only eligible st udent s may part icipat e in t he administ rat ion of t he CAAs. CAAs it ems are aligned w it h alt ernat e achievement st andards, w hich are linked w it h t he Common Core St at e St andards [CCSS] for st udent s w it h t he most significant cognit ive disabilit ies); and

T he percent age of st udent s w ho have successfully complet ed courses t hat sat isfy t he requirement s for ent rance t o t he Universit y of California and t he California St at e Universit y, or career t echnical educat ion sequences or programs of st udy.

CAASPP Test Result s in ELA and Mat hemat ics for All St udent s Grades Three t hrough Eight and Grade Eleven

Percent age of St udent s Meet ing or Exceeding t he St at e St andard

Due t o t he low er number of st udent s part icipat ing in t he CAASPP assessment , score report s cannot be generat ed.

Not e: Percent ages are not calculat ed w hen t he number of st udent s t est ed is t en or less, eit her because t he number of st udent s in t his cat egory is t oo small for st at ist ical accuracy or t o prot ect st udent privacy.

Not e: ELA and Mat hemat ics t est result s include t he Smart er Balanced Summat ive Assessment and t he CAA. T he "Percent Met or Exceeded" is calculat ed by t aking t he t ot al number of st udent s w ho met or exceeded t he st andard on t he Smart er Balanced Summat ive Assessment plus t he t ot al number of st udent s w ho met t he st andard (i.e., achieved Level 3-Alt ernat e) on t he CAAs divided by t he t ot al number of st udent s w ho part icipat ed in bot h assessment s.

Subject

School 2017—18

School 2018—19

Dist rict 2017—18

Dist rict 2018—19

St at e 2017—18

St at e 2018—19

English Language Art s / Lit eracy (grades 3-8 and 11) 13.0% 24.0% 7.0% 11.0% 50.0% 50.0%

Mat hemat ics (grades 3-8 and 11) 17.0% 13.0% 8.0% 8.0% 38.0% 39.0%

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Last updated: 1/7/2020 CAASPP Test Result s in ELA by St udent Group

Grades Three t hrough Eight and Grade Eleven (School Year 2018—19)

Not e: ELA t est result s include t he Smart er Balanced Summat ive Assessment and t he CAA. T he “Percent Met or Exceeded” is calculat ed by t aking t he t ot al number of st udent s w ho met or exceeded t he st andard on t he Smart er Balanced Summat ive Assessment plus t he t ot al number of st udent s w ho met t he st andard (i.e., achieved Level 3–Alt ernat e) on t he CAAs divided by t he t ot al number of st udent s w ho part icipat ed in bot h assessment s.

Not e: Double dashes (--) appear in t he t able w hen t he number of st udent s is t en or less, eit her because t he number of st udent s in t his cat egory is t oo small for st at ist ical accuracy or t o prot ect st udent privacy.

Not e: T he number of st udent s t est ed includes all st udent s w ho part icipat ed in t he t est w het her t hey received a score or not ; how ever, t he number of st udent s t est ed is not t he number t hat w as used t o calculat e t he achievement level percent ages. T he achievement level percent ages are calculat ed using only st udent s w ho received scores.

St udent Group Tot al Enrollment Number Test ed Percent Test ed Percent Not Test ed Percent Met or Exceeded

All St udent s 30 17 56.67% 43.33% 23.53%

Male 20 12 60.00% 40.00% 33.33%

Female -- -- -- --

Black or African American

American Indian or Alaska Nat ive -- -- -- --

Asian -- -- -- --

Filipino

Hispanic or Lat ino -- -- -- --

Nat ive Haw aiian or Pacific Islander

W hit e 18 9 50.00% 50.00% 44.44%

T w o or More Races

Socioeconomically Disadvant aged -- -- -- --

English Learners -- -- -- --

St udent s w it h Disabilit ies 30 17 56.67% 43.33% 23.53%

St udent s Receiving Migrant Educat ion Services Fost er Y out h

Homeless

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Last updated: 1/7/2020 CAASPP Test Result s in Mat hemat ics by St udent Group

Grades Three t hrough Eight and Grade Eleven (School Year 2018—19)

Not e: Mat hemat ics t est result s include t he Smart er Balanced Summat ive Assessment and t he CAA. T he “Percent Met or Exceeded” is calculat ed by t aking t he t ot al number of st udent s w ho met or exceeded t he st andard on t he Smart er Balanced Summat ive Assessment plus t he t ot al number of st udent s w ho met t he st andard (i.e., achieved Level 3–Alt ernat e) on t he CAAs divided by t he t ot al number of st udent s w ho part icipat ed in bot h assessment s.

Not e: Double dashes (--) appear in t he t able w hen t he number of st udent s is t en or less, eit her because t he number of st udent s in t his cat egory is t oo small for st at ist ical accuracy or t o prot ect st udent privacy.

Not e: T he number of st udent s t est ed includes all st udent s w ho part icipat ed in t he t est w het her t hey received a score or not ; how ever, t he number of st udent s t est ed is not t he number t hat w as used t o calculat e t he achievement level percent ages. T he achievement level percent ages are calculat ed using only st udent s w ho received scores.

St udent Group Tot al Enrollment Number Test ed Percent Test ed Percent Not Test ed Percent Met or Exceeded

All St udent s 30 16 53.33% 46.67% 12.50%

Male 20 12 60.00% 40.00% 16.67%

Female -- -- -- --

Black or African American

American Indian or Alaska Nat ive -- -- -- --

Asian -- -- -- --

Filipino

Hispanic or Lat ino -- -- -- --

Nat ive Haw aiian or Pacific Islander

W hit e 18 8 44.44% 55.56% 25.00%

T w o or More Races

Socioeconomically Disadvant aged -- -- -- --

English Learners -- -- -- --

St udent s w it h Disabilit ies 30 16 53.33% 46.67% 12.50%

St udent s Receiving Migrant Educat ion Services Fost er Y out h

Homeless

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Last updated: 1/7/2020 CAASPP Test Result s in Science for All St udent s

Grades Five, Eight and High School

Percent age of St udent s Meet ing or Exceeding t he St at e St andard

Not e: Cells w it h N/A values do not require dat a.

Not e: T his is a placeholder for t he California Science T est (CAST ) w hich w as administ ered operat ionally during t he 2018–19 school year. How ever, t hese dat a are not available for inclusion in t he 2018–19 SARC post ing due February 1, 2020. T hese dat a w ill be included in t he 2019–20 SARC post ing due February 1, 2021.

Career Technical Education (CTE) Programs (School Year 2018—19)

Career Technical Education (CTE) Participation (School Year 2018—19)

Courses for University of California (UC) and/or California State University (CSU) Admission

Subject

School 2017—18

School 2018—19

Dist rict 2017—18

Dist rict 2018—19

St at e 2017—18

St at e 2018—19

Science (grades 5, 8, and high school) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

Career T echnical Educat ion (CT E) provided by t he Marin Count y Office of Educat ion t o st udent s in t he regionalized special educat ion programs is not consist ent w it h a t radit ional CT E program operat ed by a school dist rict . W hen st udent s are enrolled in element ary programs, vocat ional int erest s are ident ified. Upon reaching high school, st udent vocat ional int erest s are furt her developed. By t he age of 16, an individual t ransit ion plan is developed w it h st udent s, families and adult services agencies t o facilit at e st udent t ransit ions from school. Vocat ional skill development including but not limit ed t o, resume w rit ing, int erview ing, and areas of vocat ional int erest are available t hrough t he T ransit ion Part nership and W orkabilit y programs.

Measure CTE Program Part icipat ion

Number of Pupils Part icipat ing in CT E 0

Percent of Pupils t hat Complet e a CT E Program and Earn a High School Diploma 0.00%

Percent of CT E Courses t hat are Sequenced or Art iculat ed Bet w een t he School and Inst it ut ions of Post secondary Educat ion 0.00%

UC/CSU Course Measure Percent

2018—19 Pupils Enrolled in Courses Required for UC/CSU Admission 0.00%

2017—18 Graduat es W ho Complet ed All Courses Required for UC/CSU Admission 0.00%

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State Priority: Other Pupil Outcomes

T he SARC provides t he follow ing informat ion relevant t o t he St at e priorit y: Ot her Pupil Out comes (Priorit y 8):

Pupil out comes in t he subject area of physical educat ion

California Physical Fitness Test Results (School Year 2018—19)

Many of t he st udent s enrolled in Marin Count y Office of Educat ion regionalized special educat ion programs are unable t o fully engage in t he physical t asks required t o complet e t he California Physical Fit ness T est . T o t hat end, t oo few st udent s overall part icipat ed in t est ing t o derive percent ile ranks for t he 18-19 school year.

Not e: Percent ages are not calculat ed and double dashes (--) appear in t he t able w hen t he number of st udent s t est ed is t en or less, eit her because t he number of st udent s in t his cat egory is t oo small for st at ist ical accuracy or t o prot ect st udent privacy.

Grade Level

Percent age of St udent s Meet ing Four of Six Fit ness St andards

Percent age of St udent s Meet ing Five of Six Fit ness St andards

Percent age of St udent s Meet ing Six of Six Fit ness St andards

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C. Engagement

State Priority: Parental Involvement

T he SARC provides t he follow ing informat ion relevant t o t he St at e priorit y: Parent al Involvement (Priorit y 3):

Effort s t he school dist rict makes t o seek parent input in making decisions for t he school dist rict and each school sit e

Opportunities for Parental Involvement (School Year 2019—20)

State Priority: Pupil Engagement

T he SARC provides t he follow ing informat ion relevant t o t he St at e priorit y: Pupil Engagement (Priorit y 5):

High school dropout rat es; and High school graduat ion rat es

Dropout Rate and Graduation Rate (Four-Year Cohort Rate)

Parent s can be involved in t heir child's educat ion program in several w ays. Volunt eering on a regularly scheduled basis or int ermit t ent ly (e.g., field t rips) is encouraged. Parent s may also join and part icipat e in t he parent organizat ion at t he school sit e t heir children at t end. T he Special Educat ion Advisory Commit t ee, (SEAC) for t he Marin Count y Special Educat ion Local Plan Area (SELPA) offers anot her opport unit y for parent al involvement . Last ly, parent s are also act ively involved in t he development of t heir child's Individualized Educat ion Program (IEP) and at t end IEP meet ings at least on an annual basis.

Indicat or

School 2015—16

Dist rict 2015—16

St at e 2015—16

Dropout Rat e 18.20% 31.70% 9.70%

Graduat ion Rat e 0.00% 17.10% 83.80%

Indicat or

School 2016—17

School 2017—18

Dist rict 2016—17

Dist rict 2017—18

St at e 2016—17

St at e 2017—18

Dropout Rat e 0.00% 27.80% 37.00% 42.60% 9.10% 9.60%

Graduat ion Rat e 0.00% 33.30% 29.60% 24.60% 82.70% 83.00%

Dropout /Graduat ion Rat e (Four-Year Cohort Rat e) Chart

2015—16 2016—17 2017—18

0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35

Dropout Rate Graduation Rate

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State Priority: School Climate

T he SARC provides t he follow ing informat ion relevant t o t he St at e priorit y: School Climat e (Priorit y 6):

Pupil suspension rat es;

Pupil expulsion rat es; and

Ot her local measures on t he sense of safet y

Suspensions and Expulsions

School Safety Plan (School Year 2019—20)

Rat e

School 2016—17

School 2017—18

School 2018—19

Dist rict 2016—17

Dist rict 2017—18

Dist rict 2018—19

St at e 2016—17

St at e 2017—18

St at e 2018—19

Suspensions 5.90% 7.70% 9.40% 11.20% 13.90% 12.20% 3.60% 3.50% 3.50%

Expulsions 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.10% 0.10% 0.10%

• Every Fall as a component of Back t o School act ivit ies, st aff from MCS/Phoenix, and all of our Special Educat ion Campuses (Grant Grover, Marindale, Magnolia Park, Compass Academy, IVC) review and discuss t he Comprehensive School Safet y Plan and address any changes needed t o implement t he plan t o enhance school safet y.

• Administ rat ors from each sit e complet e an annual updat e evaluat ion form w hich includes any support needed t o implement t he plan, and specific modificat ions t hat may be needed.

• Some of t he key element s of t he plan include child abuse report ing procedures, disast er preparedness, policies leading t o suspension or expulsion, procedures t o not ify t eachers of dangerous pupils, sexual and gender-based harassment , bullying prevent ion, dress code, safe ingress and egress, rules on school discipline.

• Evaluat ions and updat es are compiled and report ed t o t he Board of Educat ion at t heir February meet ing on an annual basis.

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D. Other SARC Information

T he informat ion in t his sect ion is required t o be in t he SARC but is not included in t he st at e priorit ies for LCFF.

Average Class Size and Class Size Distribution (Elementary) School Year (2016—17)

Grade Level Average Class Size

Number of Classes * 1-20

Number of Classes * 21-32

Number of Classes * 33+

K 8.00 4

1 2 3 4

5 7.00 1

6

Ot her** 8.00 2

* Number of classes indicat es how many classes fall int o each size cat egory (a range of t ot al st udent s per class).

** "Ot her" cat egory is for mult i-grade level classes.

Average Class Size and Class Size Distribution (Elementary) School Year (2017—18)

Grade Level Average Class Size

Number of Classes * 1-20

Number of Classes * 21-32

Number of Classes * 33+

K 3.00 3

1

2 8.00 1

3 4

5 4.00 1

6

Ot her** 6.00 7

* Number of classes indicat es how many classes fall int o each size cat egory (a range of t ot al st udent s per class).

** "Ot her" cat egory is for mult i-grade level classes.

Average Class Size and Class Size Distribution (Elementary) School Year (2018—19)

Grade Level Average Class Size

Number of Classes * 1-20

Number of Classes * 21-32

Number of Classes * 33+

K 7.00 3

1

2 8.00 1

3 9.00 1

4

5 8.00 2

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Average Class Size and Class Size Distribution (Secondary) (School Year 2016—17)

* Number of classes indicat es how many classrooms fall int o each size cat egory (a range of t ot al st udent s per classroom). At t he secondary school level, t his informat ion is report ed by subject area rat her t han grade level.

Subject Average Class Size

Number of Classes * 1-22

Number of Classes * 23-32

Number of Classes * 33+

English 6.00 5

Mat hemat ics 3.00 5

Science 4.00 4

Social Science 8.00 2

* Number of classes indicat es how many classrooms fall int o each size cat egory (a range of t ot al st udent s per classroom). At t he secondary school level, t his informat ion is report ed by subject area rat her t han grade level.

Average Class Size and Class Size Distribution (Secondary) (School Year 2017—18)

Subject Average Class Size

Number of Classes * 1-22

Number of Classes * 23-32

Number of Classes * 33+

English 5.00 6

Mat hemat ics 5.00 3

Science 8.00 2

Social Science 4.00 5

* Number of classes indicat es how many classrooms fall int o each size cat egory (a range of t ot al st udent s per classroom). At t he secondary school level, t his informat ion is report ed by subject area rat her t han grade level.

Average Class Size and Class Size Distribution (Secondary) (School Year 2018—19)

Subject Average Class Size

Number of Classes * 1-22

Number of Classes * 23-32

Number of Classes * 33+

English 7.00 6

Mat hemat ics 5.00 4

Science 3.00 4

Social Science 4.00 4

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Last updated: 1/8/2020

Ratio of Academic Counselors to Pupils (School Year 2018—19)

*One Full T ime Equivalent (FT E) equals one st aff member w orking full t ime; one FT E could also represent t w o st aff members w ho each w ork 50 percent of full t ime.

**Average Number of Pupils per Counselor

Student Support Services Staff (School Year 2018—19)

MCOE provides services t o school dist rict s on a cont ract basis. T hese services include but are not limit ed t o Vision/Orient at ion & Mobilit y, Speech and Language, Deaf and Hard of Hearing and nursing services.

T he FT E indicat ed below is reflect ive of t hose services t hat are provided t o MCOE operat ed programs and do not reflect t hose provided t o dist rict s.

*One Full T ime Equivalent (FT E) equals one st aff member w orking full t ime; one FT E could also represent t w o st aff members w ho each w ork 50 percent of full t ime.

Types of Services Funded (Fiscal Year 2018—19)

Tit le Rat io**

Counselors* 0.00

Tit le Number of FTE* Assigned t o School

Counselor (Academic, Social/Behavioral or Career Development ) 0.00

Library Media T eacher (Librarian) 0.00

Library Media Services St aff (Paraprofessional) 0.00

Psychologist 5.50

Social W orker 0.00

Nurse 1.60

Speech/Language/Hearing Specialist 8.90

Resource Specialist (non-t eaching) 0.80

Ot her 0.00

T he Special Educat ion services provided by t he Marin Count y Office of Educat ion are designed t o meet t he individual needs of t he st udent s w it h Individualized Educat ion Programs (IEPs) as required by st at e and federal law s. T he scope of services includes t he operat ion of educat ion programs at locat ions across t he 18 school dist rict s in Marin Count y for st udent s, birt h t hrough 22 years of age. T he inst ruct ional programs are provided t o st udent s w it h IEPs in preschool t hrough secondary t ransit ion programs. T he Marin Count y Office of Educat ion operat es special day classes along w it h designat ed inst ruct ion and services t o address t he educat ional needs of st udent s w it h moderat e t o severe educat ional needs.

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Advanced Placement (AP) Courses (School Year 2018—19)

Not e: Cells w it h N/A values do not require dat a.

*W here t here are st udent course enrollment s of at least one st udent .

Professional Development

Professional development opport unit ies are provided at t he st art of each school year and t hroughout t he academic year. Healt h and Safet y, best pract ice inst ruct ion, st rat egies for w orking w it h st udent s w it h special needs specifically for our paraeducat ors as w ell as st rat egies for w orking w it h st udent s in crises are just a few of t he areas t hat are offered each year t o st aff in an effort t o increase and improve programs and services for our st udent s.

Subject Number of AP Courses Offered* Percent of St udent s In AP Courses

Comput er Science 0 N/A

English 0 N/A

Fine and Performing Art s 0 N/A

Foreign Language 0 N/A

Mat hemat ics 0 N/A

Science 0 N/A

Social Science 0 N/A

All Courses 0 0.00%

Measure 2017—18 2018—19 2019—20

Number of school days dedicat ed t o St aff Development and Cont inuous Improvement 5 7 7

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