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Tracy Unified Continuous Improvement Targets

Each year our district and our schools develop plans with goals and targets to maintain and improve in all areas of the scholastic atmosphere. This year, we also have two specific targets for student and district success relating to our Program Improvement status.

You may be aware our district was named a Program Improvement (PI) District during the 2004-2005 school year. Since being named a PI District, we have developed these two targets on which to focus for our upcoming school year. Accomplishing these targets increases student achievement and success and also can lead to us exiting PI status.

The two targets our district, our schools and our school community will focus on during the 2013-2014 school year are:

Target 1: By June of 2014, 100% or more of all students will demonstrate grade level/subject matter proficiency as measured by appropriate state tests. Schools that exceed 90% will demonstrate a growth of five percentage points annually.

Target 2: 100% of students will meet or exceed graduation requirements by completing one of the four following programs:

  • Standard High School Diploma
    • Pass California High School Exit Exam
    • Pass Algebra/IMP
    • Complete Subject Matter Requirements
  • Certificate of Completion
    • Complete program as defined by IEP
  • General Education Designed Certificate
  • California High School Proficiency Exam

Periodically throughout the year your school site and the district will be communicating to you about how you can help join our campaign to consistently and exponentially produce success through these targets. We encourage all parents to be actively involved in their students’ academic careers through valuable participation in and out of the classroom. Whether at the elementary or the high school level, each parent can assist our district in realizing these two targets.

If you have any questions, please feel free to call your school to find out how you can become involved in these achievement efforts.