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EL/Title I Coordinator

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ABOUT TITLE I


In 1965, President Johnson set the nation on a course to ensure equity for all by increasing access to a basic education. This had been denied to many living in poverty.  Now fifty years later, with ever increasing needs and demands for an educated citizenry, we continue to build toward that goal. Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) provides resources to schools to enable students to reach proficiency as determined by the assessment of state standards in reading and math.

More Than a Meal/ Mas Que un Almuerzo

HAMI Parents & Students:

The Meal Codes are expiring SOON! It is important that all students complete a meal application for 2017-18 as soon as possible!

Click Here to Apply: http://www.myschoolapps.com

 


 

NEXT School Site Council Meeting

Parents and community members: Join us for our first School Site Council Meeting of the academic year!

Date: OCTOBER 19

Time: 4:30pm

Location: Parent Center

Hami School Site Council 2017-18

Hamilton High School Site Council 2017-18

 

Parents

William Smart

Beth Raanan

Sara Roos

Michelle Bollinger

 

Students

Polette Garrido

Usbaldo Ramirez

Jacob Levey

Benjamin Apt

 

Teachers

Frank Burton

Maria Salazar

Damon Scates

Robert Bruning

 

Staff

Brenda Pensamiento

Jsane Tyler

 

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The school site council is a group of teachers, parents, classified employees, and students that works with the principal to develop, review and evaluate school improvement programs and school budgets. The members of the site council are generally elected by their peers.

Los Angeles Unified School District

Local District West

and

Federal and State Educational Programs

 

Present

All School Site Council members are cordially invited to attend a training that is designed to support the effective functioning of the School Site Council.

 

Date

Saturday, October 7, 2017

 

Location

Audubon Middle School

4120 11th Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90008

Enter through the Stocker Street Gate

 

Registration

8:30 am-9:00 am

Workshops

9:00 am-2:00 pm

Opening session will be held in the Auditorium

Parents will be reimbursed for mileage by their school.

 

Workshop topics include:

Parliamentary Procedures

 Single Plan for Student Achievement

Budget Development

Data at a Glance

PTA/Booster Clubs

And other topics…

 

Payroll reimbursement will be provided by the Federal and State Educational Programs (FSEP) office

Please make plans to attend!

Continental breakfast, school-aged activities from Beyond the Bell, and translation services will be provided.

 

RSVP at: http://bit.ly/2gDKx77

 

 

Should you have any questions, contact:

LD West Parent and Community Engagement

Traci L. Calhoun

Tlc4182@lausd.net

310-914-2124

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2017-2018 Single Plan for Student Achievement

Hamilton Family:

Here is our Single Plan for Student Achievement for the 2017-2018 academic year. If you have any questions regarding the Single Plan please contact the Title I Coordinator at 310-280-1414



2017-2018 Single Plan for Student Achievement

The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) GOALS

The Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA) identifies and addresses the instructional needs of students based on verifiable student data. The SPSA establishes goals for improving student achievement and address how categorical funds will be used to improve academic performance.

 

Thanks to the wonderful response from students and parents to submit meal applications on time, Hamilton High School received a Title I ranking of 70.5%. This ranking ensures that Hamilton High School will receive Title I funding for categorical programs outlined in the SPSA.

The Goals for the SPSA are:

  • Academic Goal- 100% Graduation
  • Academic Goal- English Language Arts
  • Academic Goal- Mathematics
  • Academic Goal- English Learner Programs
  • Culture and Climate Goal-Student, Staff, Parent and Community Engagement

 

For the SPSA 2017-2018, Hamilton High will be focusing on the following goals:

 


100% Graduation

Measurable Objective: By June 2018, the number of students graduating in four years will increase from 89% (2015-16) to 91% (2017-18)


Mathematics

Measurable Objective: By June 2018, there will be a 10% decrease of students receiving D’s and Fails in Algebra I (33% to 23%) and Geometry (30% to 20%) measured by the spring semester report card grades.School Site Council recently approved a budget to increase Math tutoring services in Algebra I and Geometry in order to achieve our math objectives. Please check the calendar below for the new math tutoring schedule.

English Learner Programs

Measurable Objective: By June 2018, Hamilton High School will increase the English Learner reclassification rate by 2% from 16% (2016-17) to 18% (2017-18).

Culture and Climate Goal-Student, Staff, Parent and Community Engagement

Measurable Objective 1: By June 2017, Hamilton High School will increase the amount of School Experience Surveys completed and submitted from 86% to 90% for students, 52% to 80% for staff, and 37% to 52% for parents. (2016-17 to 2017-18)

Measurable Objective 2: By June 2017, Hamilton High School will increase the percentage of students who feel like they are a part of this school from 51% (2016-17) to 75% (2017-18) as identified by the School Experience Survey.

 

 

The Hamilton High School Site Council (SSC) is responsible for the development, annual review, and update of this plan. The composition of the SSC includes elected representatives from students, parents, classroom teachers, other school staff, and the principal. After reviewing data and getting feedback from all stakeholder groups, School Site Council is in the process of submitting Hamilton High School’s SPSA for 2017-18.

For the SPSA 2017-2018, Hamilton High will be focusing on the following goals:

  • Academic Goal- 100% Graduation
  • Academic Goal- English Language Arts
  • Academic Goal- Mathematics
  • Academic Goal- English Learner Programs
  • Culture and Climate Goal-Student, Staff, Parent and Community Engagement

 

ELAC/ SSC Committees 2016-2017

Bridging Access to the Arts & Higher Ed

Selected students under the English Learners Program had the opportunity to visit the majestic theater of Royce Hall at UCLA on April 18 and see a dance/theater showcase by CONTRA-TIEMPO. This multicultural Los Angeles-based dance company fuses Salsa, Afro-Cuban and abstract dances to create an invigorating blend of physically intense and politically astute performance. After the performance, students were able to engage with the performers by asking questions in order to gain a better sense of the arts and the possibility of pursuing a career in the arts. Furthermore, it was the first time for many of our students to step into a university campus and explore the possibilities in attending a 4-year university in the future.

GOOD GRIEF: A Best Friend Play

Selected students will have the opportunity to see 'Good Grief: A Best Friend Play' on March 21st at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. 'Good Grief' explores the coming-of-age journey of a Nigerian girl via literature, poetic language, identity, intimacy, sexuality, and cultural awareness.