Public School Choice

HESPERIA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT PROGRAM IMPROVEMENT YEAR 3+
The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 requires local school districts that receive Title I and Title III funding to meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) targets for individual schools as well as for the school district as a whole. Adequate Yearly Progress is based on specific targets that must be met by schools, subgroups of students, and the school district in math and English language arts. If the school district fails to meet the targets or participation rates in all of the grades they serve then the school district is identified as Program Improvement (PI).

At this time, two of our schools are in PI Year 1, three schools are now in PI Year 2, six schools are now in PI Year 3, four schools are now in PI Year 4, two schools are now in PI Year 5, and our school district is in PI Year 3+ for Title I and Year 5 for Title III. As a district we are not meeting AYP for the following student populations: English Learners, African American, White, Hispanic, Socio-economic and Special Education. The PI notification letter is available at the bottom of this webpage.


 

CARMEL ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Carmel Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 2 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

COTTONWOOD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Cottonwood Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 4 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

CYPRESS SCHOOL OF THE ARTS
Cypress School of the Arts continues to be identified as a PI Year 2 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts and mathematics. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

EUCALYPTUS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Eucalyptus Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 4 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

HESPERIA COMMUNITY DAY SCHOOL
Hesperia Community Day School continues to be identified as a PI Year 2 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts. Since we are unable to offer Public School Choice, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to this school.

HESPERIA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
Hesperia Junior High School continues to be identified as a PI Year 1 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in English-language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. All parents/guardians of students attending Hesperia Junior High School have the right to request a transfer of their children to a non-PI district school with district-paid transportation. The notification letter and application for transfer are available at the bottom of this webpage.

HOLLYVALE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Hollyvale Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 4 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

JOSHUA CIRCLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Joshua Circle Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 5 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

JUNIPER ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Juniper Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 3 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts and mathematics. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

KINGSTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Kingston Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 3 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

KRYSTAL SCHOOL OF SCIENCE, MATHEMATICS AND TECHNOLOGY
Krystal School of Science, Mathematics and Technology continues to be identified as a PI Year 1 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts and mathematics. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

LIME STREET ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Lime Street Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 5 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

MAPLE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Maple Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 3 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

MESA GRANDE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mesa Grande Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 3 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

MESQUITE TRAILS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mesquite Trails Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 3 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts and mathematics. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.

MISSION CREST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Mission Crest Elementary School continues to be identified as a PI Year 3 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts, mathematics and Academic Performance Index. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools..

TOPAZ PREPARATORY ACADEMY
Topaz Preparatory Academy continues to be identified as a PI Year 4 school based on the 2012/13 standardized test results. The school did not meet the required growth in the area of English/language arts and mathematics. Once a school is identified, in order to leave Program Improvement status, the school must make their required AYP for two consecutive years. Due to all of our elementary schools being identified as PI, we are unable to offer Public School Choice. Instead, we will be offering Supplemental Educational Services (SES) to all elementary PI year 1-5 schools.


 

REPORT ON PARTICIPATION IN PUBLIC SCHOOL CHOICE AND SUPPLEMENTAL EDUCATIONAL SERVICES
As required by Title I Regulations, Section 200.39(c), from 34 Code of Federal Regulations Part 200 (U. S. Department of Education, October 2008)

Below is the Report on Participation in Public School Choice and Supplemental Educational Services for Hesperia Unified School District.

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