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Table of Contents

Section 1

CCE Overview and Advisory Members

Section 2

CCE Calendar: Program Timelines,


Professional Development

Section 3

NMUSD Career Sectors and Pathways

Section 4

Perkins Timeline, Application and Budget

Section 5

CA Career Pathways Trust Grant and


NMUSD Five-Year Budget

Section 6

Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Program

Section 7

AVID Program: District Report, Site Data

Section 1
CCE Overview and Advisory Members

OFFICE OF
COLLEGE AND CAREER EDUCATION
The following overview is provided to NMUSD teachers and administrators to
assist in our strategic planning to advance College and Career readiness. The
document highlights our collective NMUSD vision, the funding sources
available to us, and the parameters and expectations associated with those
funds.
What is College and Career Readiness? In order to establish a
common understanding as we plan our CTE and STEM programs over the
next few years, it is worth defining what College and Career readiness
means. For our purposes, David Conley defines College and Career Ready
as follows:
The level of preparation a student needs to be ready to enroll and
succeed--without remediation--in credit bearing course at a
postsecondary institution that offers a baccalaureate degree or
transfer to a baccalaureate program, or in a high quality certificate
program that enables students to enter a career pathway with
potential future advancement.
Succeed is defined as completing the entry level courses or core
certificate courses at a level of understanding and proficiency that
makes it possible for the student to consider taking the next course in
the sequence or the next level of course in the subject area or of
completing the certificate.
~David Conley, 2007, 2010

It is worth noting that when we use the term postsecondary, we are


referring primarily to two-year or four-year institutions, trade schools and
technical schools.

Common Misperception: There exists a common misperception in our


NMUSD communityand I include some educators in that groupthat CTE
pathways and curriculum are designed for students who may not fit the
college path. It is critical that we collectively impress upon our
stakeholders that workplace readiness demands the same level of knowledge
and skills as college readiness. While students may choose a postsecondary
path that does not include a traditional four-year college, College and Career
education is directly connected.
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N-MUSD College and Career Vision


To enhance and expand districtwide:
1. Career Technical Education Programs
2. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math)
3. Career Exploration

NMUSD K-12 Priority


N-MUSD curriculum will be UC/CSU a-g approved and prepare students for college
entrance and Career Technical Certificate programs. All College and Career
preparation pathways will be aligned to high skill, high wage and high demand
occupations.

Common Expectations of Sites/District in Maintaining a CTE Pathway


For any site supporting a CTE pathway, the following expectations are in place
regardless of the funding source:

Community College Articulation: As part of our LCAP goals, we are focused


on improving the number of CTE Pathway completers. In order to be counted as
completers, students must pass a nationally recognized industry-based final
exam with industry certification or maintain post-secondary dual enrollment.
Our office intends to work closely with Secondary Education and CTE teachers
on articulation with community colleges to ensure we meet this goal.

CTE Credential: Ensure that all CTE Pathway courses are taught by CTE
credentialed teachers with recent documentation of occupational experience.

CTSO: Integrate a CTSO (Career Technical Student Organization) in each


pathway. Current state-recognized CTSOs are as follows:
o DECA
o FBLA
o HERO-FHA
o FFA
o HOSA
o Skills USA

Advisory Committee: Maintain Board approved industry-related Advisory


Committees to support the CTE pathway to stay current with industry standards.
The Advisory also supports field trips, mentorships and internships.

Approved Course Sequence: Maintain a formal, approved sequence of CTErecognized courses that provide students with coherent and rigorous content
aligned with challenging academic standards and relevant technical knowledge
and skills.

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OVERVIEW OF NMUSD COLLEGE & CAREER PROGRAMS


The Office of College and Career Education is responsible for the following
programs:
Pathway/Program

Site(s)

Design Visual & Media Arts


Production & Managerial Arts
*Business Management
Residential & Commercial
Construction
*Environmental Resources
Patient Care
Food Service & Hospitality
Engineering

NHHS, CdM, EHS, CMHS


CMHS
NHHS, CMHS, EHS
EHS

Professional Development
AVID
C-STEM
College & Career Night

CMHS, BBHS
EHS
NHHS
Ensign MS, Tewinkle MS,
EHS, CMHS
Districtwide
Ensign MS, Early College
HS, NHHS, Tewinkle, EHS
Ensign MS, Tewinkle MS,
CdMMS, CdMHS, CMMS,
CMHS, BBHS
Districtwide

Principal Funding
Source(s)
Perkins, CROP Lottery
Perkins, CROP Lottery
Perkins, CROP Lottery
Perkins, CROP Lottery
Perkins, CROP Lottery
Perkins, CROP Lottery
Perkins, CROP Lottery
Calif Pathways Trust
Grant (AB86),i3 Grant,
Perkins, CROP Lottery,
District/CCE
District/CCE
District/CCE
District/CCE

*Beginning 2015/16, both EMA and Business Academies at CMHS will no longer be funded
through California Partnership Academies Grant.

FUNDING SOURCES
PERKINS

2014/15 Amount:
$174,365
2015/16 Projection
$166,297 (Tentative)
Purpose: To support CTE pathway programs
Summary:
Funds used to enhance, improve and expand CTE pathway programs.
Funds used to supplement, not supplant CTE pathways.
Curricular focus on current or emerging high skill, high wage, or high
demand occupations.
Pathway courses aligned with California CTE Model Curriculum Standards
Provide for national certification of students who achieve industry-recognized
skills and knowledge requirements.
Integrate the development of CTE and academic skills.
Include planned career awareness and exploration experiences.
Recognizes DECA as a CTSO for Business pathway; does not currently
recognize Virtual Enterprise.
$30,000 per year for 3 years (2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17) is allocated to
EHS and CMHS Zones for launching new engineering pathways.
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CROP LOTTERY FUND

2014/15 Amount:
$86,879
2015/16 Carryover
$123,904 *no new funds available after June 2015
Projection
Purpose: To support CTE pathway programs
Summary:
Funds used to enhance, improve and expand CTE pathway programs.
No restrictions on funds other than they must be used for an ROP
course/staff member.
New funds no longer available after June 30, 2015
Carryover of $123,904 that has no time limit to be spent. Goal is to stretch
this money over next 3 years to help fund existing NMUSD CTE pathways.
Funding stream over the past 4 years as follows:
o 2011/12: $80,886
o 2012/13: $84,834
o 2013/14: $88,283
o 2014/15: $86,879
2011/12

2012/13

2013/14

2014/15

Beginning
Balance
(carried
forward)
Revenue

$198,943

$201,638

$180,824

$189,150

$80,855

$84,834

$88,283

$86,879

Expenditures

$78,190

$105,648

$79,957

$152,125

Balance

$201,638

$180,824

$189,150

$123,904

CROP STAFFING ALLOCATION

2015/16 Projection
40 Sections
Purpose: To offer ROP courses at NMUSD high schools.
Summary: Breakdown of staffing sections during bell schedules at the following
sites:
CdM: 6 sections (1.2 FTE)
CMHS: 10 sections (1.68 FTE)
EHS: 15 sections (2.5 FTE)
NHHS: 8 sections (1.34 FTE)
BB/MV: 1 section (0.2 FTE)

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CALIFORNIA CAREER PATHWAYS TRUST GRANT (AB86)


TOTAL NMUSD
$482,996

AWARD
First Installment:
$244,638 (received January 27, 2015)
Remainder:
$238,358 (2 additional installments over next 3 years)
Purpose: To support K-14 CTE pathways that are aligned to high wage, high
demand industry sectors. For Orange County, these sectors include:
Engineering
Biomedical
Information & Communication Technology (ICT)
Summary:
Establishment of kindergarten through community college (K-14) career
pathways programs.
Applicants must target K-14 career pathway programs aligned to current or
emerging economic needs.
Build robust partnerships between employers, schools, and community
colleges.
NMUSD is part of a consortium of 17 school districts and colleges led by the
Orange County Department of Education.
Funds will be used to launch Engineering pathways at 4 NMUSD schools:
Estancia High School, Tewinkle Middle School, Costa Mesa High School, Costa
Mesa Middle School.
Funds primarily used for Curriculum Equipment, Computers, Teacher Training
and Professional Development.
NMUSD and other partners (Vital Link, CROP, OCC) responsible for matching
funds.
NMUSD to provide infrastructure and furniture. Projected budget was
submitted in March 2015.
Funds to be used over 3-year period. Funding expires in June 2018.
NextEd i3 Grant
Projected Amount: $92,191
Purpose: To launch Project Lead the Way Engineering curriculum at Estancia High
School.
Summary:
Grant monies available for 4 years. Funding terminates in June 2018.
Will pay for 1 cohort of students over 4 years to serve as a control group
for data-gathering for Federal i3 program.
Helped launch and partially fund PLTW Engineering at Estancia High School in
September 2014.

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Potential Future Funding


CTE Incentive Grant Program (Pending State Legislation)
Projected Amount: $250M: The proposed budget provides $250 million for
California in one-time Proposition 98 funding in each of the
next three years to support a transitional CTE Incentive
Grant Program. There will be an application process in place
and it is unknown at this time whether our District will
receive any monies from this grant.
Purpose: To encourage new and expanded high-quality CTE programs and provide
opportunities for program growth.
Summary:
A dollar-for-dollar match will be required under the new incentive grant
program, and priority will be given to local education agencies that apply as a
partnership to provide regional programming.
Local education agencies will maintain eligibility by demonstrating positive
results across a spectrum of outcome measures that include:
o High school graduation rates.
o CTE course completion rates.
o Pupils obtaining industry-recognized credentials and certificates.
o The number of pupils achieving gainful employment in relevant
occupations.
o The number of pupils progressing to postsecondary education.

Next Steps:
With the recent launch of our Signature Academies and increased emphasis
on CTE Pathway development, we will continue to work closely with the
sites, our Secondary Education office, our industry partners and especially
with our community colleges and OCDE in our next phase of CTE expansion.
Particular attention needs to be paid on prioritizing our goals with specific
emphasis on maximizing available funds and planning out at least 3 years in
advance in order to meet our goals and sustain our positive growth.

Michael Vossen
Director of College and Career Education

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CCE-CTE Advisory Council Members

NEWPORT-MESA USD

Board Members (NMUSD)


Dana Black
Walt Davenport

CMHS Advisory
CTE Administrator: Rich Peterson
DMA Teacher: Javier Espinoza
CPA/EMA: Cristen Rasmussen,
CPA/Business:
Mike Milchiker,
Matt Hancock, Cheri Sheldon
PLTW Teacher: Racine Cross
CTE Counselor: Janice Duzey
ROP Career Specialist: Mary Harrison
Transition Services: Carol Rodriguez
Business Representative:
Briana Madden: OC Coastkeeper
Student Reps: Logan Whalen, Quinn Smith

CTE Core Advisory Team


Chris Tindall, Engineer Tom Murphy, Engineer
Gregg Kelly, Business Huy Nguyen, ICT
Colleen Barney, Law
Nick Lambert, Business
Career Advisory
Road Trip Nation: Jason Manion,
C-ROP: Tracy Eggert, Merry Kim, Carol Hume
Transition Services:
Terri Wert, Vicki Martini, Elizabeth Denembo
College Advisory
Irvine Valley College: Merry Kim
Orange Coast College:
Carol Lerman: Transitions
Stefanie Feger:SB70 Coordinator
Elementary Education
Stacy De Boom Howard
Diana Thompson
OCDE / Workforce Investment Board
Alisa McCord
Parent Community (Harbor Council PTA)
Vanessa Hatch
BBHS Advisory
CTE Lead: Kathy Evans
Solar Installation and Energy Auditing Teacher:
Kathy Evans
Robotics Teacher: Dennis Ashendorf
CTE Counselor: Tammy Mielke
ROP Career Specialist: Kathleen Shannon
Transition Services: Sherri Lindgren
Business Representative: Roy Heine: Suntrek
CdM Advisory
CTE Administrator: Becky Gogel
DMA Teachers: Teri Brudnak
CTE Counselor: Megan Dias
ROP Career Specialist: Julie Ray
Transition Services: May Vanek
Parent Representative: Olga Mendez

EHS Advisory
CTE Administrator: Dave Martinez
Construction Tech: Steve Jobst
DMA Teacher: Gina Gonzalez
Medical Technology: Hayato Yuuki, Krista
Schweers
PLTW Teachers: Charlotte Zaremba, Steve Jobst
CTE Counselor: Mindy Savage
ROP Career Specialist: Jennifer Sweet
Transition Services: Carol Rodriguez
NHHS Advisory
CTE Administrator: Mike Sciacca
DMA Teacher: Lisa Cermak
Culinary: Sarah Pilon
Business: Sheridan Hirst,
CTE Counselor: Julie Crossen
ROP Career Specialist: Kathleen Shannon
Transition Services: Jennifer Sonke
Business Representative:
Sarah Serota: Everfli
Julie Salsbery: Pimco
Costa Mesa Middle School
Principal: Guy Olguin
PLTW Teacher: Karen Upthegrove,
Verenice Vazquez
TeWinkle Middle School
Principal: Kira Hurst
PLTW Teachers: Candice Woods
Yassi Motamed

Section 2
CCE Calendar: Program Timelines,
Professional Development

OFFICE OF COLLEGE AND CAREER


EDUCATION
2015/16 CALENDAR
Date
June 15-26

Event/Program
PLTW Training

June 22-26
July 6-17

PLTW Training
PLTW Training

July 6-10

PLTW Training

July 13-17

PLTW Training

July 31
October 15

Perkins
Perkins

October 21

NMUSD College
& Career Night
California STEM
Conference

Oct 29, 30

October 31
November TBD

Perkins
CTE Advisory
Committee

January 25

March 15

PLTW
Conference
Perkins
Educating for
Careers
Conference
Perkins

March 15

Perkins

April 30
April (final date
TBD)

Perkins
STEM & The Arts
Showcase

May 1

Perkins

May (TBD)

CTE Advisory
Committee

January 31
March 6-8

Place
Cal Poly
Pomona
SDSU
Cal Poly
Pomona
Cal Poly
Pomona
Cal Poly
Pomona

Staff
Racine Cross

Purpose
Teacher Training for IED

Yassi Motamed
Steve Jobst

Teacher Training for AR


Teacher Training for POE

Verenice Vazquez,
Candice Woods
Karen Upthegrove

Teacher Training for DM/AR

Anaheim

CTE Site Counselor


and Administrator
Open to all sites to
attend
All teachers,
administrators
interested in
advancing STEM
programs

NMUSD District
Office

Advisory Committee
Participants

Riverside, CA

All PLTW teachers,


administrators

OC Fairgrounds

Sacramento,
CA

All CTE teachers,


counselors,
administrators

CTE Site Counselor


and Administrator
OC Fairgrounds

NMUSD District
Office

Open to all sites to


attend.
All site CTE
Teachers and
Administrators
Advisory Committee
Participants

Teacher Training for AR


4th quarter Claim
E1 Report Due
Annual College & Career
Event sponsored by NMUSD
3rd Annual statewide STEM
conference showcasing
latest developments in
STEM education and
industries.
1st Quarter Claim Due
Education and Industry
Partners Networking
Meeting
Annual State Conference
2nd Quarter Claim Due
Annual CTE Statewide CTE
Conference
Report on Fall Term
Enrollment in CTE courses
due
E2 Report Due
3rd Quarter Claim Due
Annual STEM & Arts
Showcase event sponsored
by Vital Link
Annual Application for
Funds Final Due Date
Education and Industry
Partners Networking
Meeting

Section 3
NMUSD Career Sectors and Pathways

Newport - Mesa Unified School District


Career Technical Education

2015 2016

CAREER INDUSTRY SECTORS & PATHWAYS

ENERGY AND UTILITIES


Environmental Resources
Course Types
English
History
Math

9th grade

10th grade

English 9
English 10
Freshman Seminar
World History
/ Health
Math I/Enhanced Math II/Enhanced
Math I
Math II

Science
PE
CTE Pathway
Elective

Science
P.E.
Choice

Foreign Language,
Elective or VPA

Student Choice

NMUSD Course #/Name


i0384/5 Solar PV Installation
R0391/2 Intro Environ Studies
i0386/7 Energy Audit
R0403/4 Green Urban Design
R0395/6 Environmental Field Studies

Biology
P.E.
Intro
Environmental
Science
Student Choice

11th grade

12th grade

English 11
US History

English 12
Government/Econ

Math III/Enhanced
Math III
Chemistry
N/A
Green Urban Design
Solar I,II
Energy Audit
Student Choice

CBEDs Code
5584
5594
5729
5691
5569

A-G courses are highlighted


Articulated courses are in red.

Pre-Calc / AP
Calculus
AP Envir. Science
N/A
Environmental Field
Studies
Student Choice

Level
Participant
Participant
Concentrator
Concentrator
Concen/Capstone

ARTS, MEDIA & ENTERTAINMENT


PRODUCTION AND MANAGERIAL ARTS

Course Types
English
History
Math
Science
PE
CTE Pathway
Elective

Foreign
Language,

9th grade

10th grade

11th grade

12th grade

English 9
Freshman
Seminar/Health
Math I/Enhanced
Math I
Science
P.E.
STUDENT CHOICE

English 10
World History

English 11
US History

English 12
Government/Econ

Student Choice

NMUSD Course #/Name


U0597
ROP Broadcast News
U0644

Math II/Enhanced
Math II
Biology
P.E.
STUDENT CHOICE
Student Choice

Math III/Enhanced
Math III
Chemistry
N/A
ROP BROADCAST
NEWS
Student Choice

CBEDs Code
5731

ROP Art of TV/Video Production 5716

A-G courses are highlighted


Articulated courses are in red.

Pre-Calc / AP
Calculus
Physics
N/A
ROP ART OF TV
VIDEO
PRODUCTION
Student Choice

Level
Participant/Concentrator
Concen /Capstone

ARTS, MEDIA, & ENTERTAINMENT


Course Types
English
History
Math
Science
PE
CTE Pathway
Elective

Foreign Language,
Elective or VPA

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DIGITAL VISUAL AND MEDIA ARTS

9 grade

English 9
English 10
Freshman
World History
Seminar/Health
Math I/Enhanced Math II/Enhanced
Math I
Math II
Science
Biology
P.E.
P.E.
ROP Visual Imagery
ROP Computer
CTE Photography
Graphics or
Digital Art
Student Choice

NMUSD Course #/Name


U0583/U0621 ROP Visual Imagery
U0477

10th grade

ROP Computer Graphics

Student Choice

11th grade

12th grade

English 11
US History

English 12
Government/Econ

Math III/Enhanced
Math III
Chemistry
N/A
ROP Film & Digital
Studies or
ROP Multi-Media
Communication
Design
Student Choice

Pre-Calc / AP
Calculus
Physics
N/A
ROP Adv. Computer
Graphics or
ROP Adv Visual
Imagery
Art of Animation
Student Choice

CBEDs Code
5729

Level
Participant/Concen.

5621

Participant

U0598/U0639 ROP Entertainment Art

5769

Participant

CT354/CT 355 Digital Art

5621

Participant

CT341/CT342

5755

Participant/Concen.

U0605/U0620 Art of Animation

5702

Concen./Capstone

U0609/U0617 ROP Film & Dig Media

5717

Concen./Capstone

Photography (CTE)

U0573/U0614 ROP Multi-Media Com Design 5769

Concentrator

U0601/U0626 ROP Adv. Comp Graphics

5751

Capstone

U0602/U0622 ROP Adv. Visual Imagery

5751

Capstone

A-G courses are highlighted


Articulated courses are in red.

BUILDING TRADES & CONSTRUCTION


RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL CONSTRUCTION
Course Types
English
History
Math
Science
PE
CTE Pathway
Elective

Foreign Language,
Elective or VPA

9th grade

10th grade

11th grade

12th grade

English 9
Freshman
Seminar/Health
Math I/Enhanced
Math I
Science
P.E.
CHOICE

English 10
World History

English 11
US History

English 12
Government/Econ

Math II/Enhanced
Math II
Biology
P.E.
Construction
Tech I

Math III/Enhanced
Math III
Chemistry
N/A
Construction Tech II

Pre-Calc / AP
Calculus
Physics
N/A
Construction Tech III

Student Choice

Student Choice

Student Choice

Student Choice

NMUSD Course #/Name

CBEDs Code

Level

I0368/I0369 Construction Tech 1 A/B

5501

Participant

I0370/I0371 Construction Tech 2 A/B

5502

Concentrator

I0372/I0373 Construction Tech 3 A/B

5507

Capstone

A-G courses are highlighted


Articulated courses are in red.

ENGINEERING & ARCHITECTURE

Course Types
English
History
Math
Science
PE
CTE Pathway
Elective

th

ENGINEERING DESIGN

9 grade

10th grade

11th grade

12th grade

English 9
Freshman
Seminar/Health
Math I/Enhanced
Math I
Science
P.E.
PLTW Intro Engin &
Design

English 10
World History

English 11
US History

English 12
Government/Econ

Math II/Enhanced
Math II
Biology
P.E.
PLTW Principals
of Engineering

Student Choice

Student Choice

Foreign Language,
Elective or VPA

Math III/Enhanced
Math III
Chemistry
N/A
PLTW Choice
Student Choice

Pre-Calc / AP
Calculus
Physics
N/A
PLTW Engineering
Design &
Development
Student Choice

NMUSD Course #/Name

CBEDs Code

Level

K0352/K0353 Introduction to Engineering

5573

Participant

Principles of Engineering

5573

Participant

A-G courses are highlighted


Articulated courses are in red.

FINANCE & BUSINESS


BUSINESS / FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT PATHWAY
Course Types
English
History
Math

9th grade

10th grade

11th grade

12th grade

English 9
Freshman Seminar
/ Health
Math I/Enhanced
Math I

English 10
World History

English 11
US History

English 12
Government/Econ

Science
Physical Education
Pathway Elective

Science
P.E.
Student Choice

Foreign Language,
Elective or VPA

Student Choice

Math
II/Enhanced
Math II
Biology
P.E.
Business
Economics &
Finance
Student Choice

Math III/Enhanced
Math III
Chemistry
N/A
IB
Bus.MgmtHL1A/B
or
Entrepreneurship
Student Choice

Pre-Calc / AP
Calculus
Physics
N/A
IB Bus Mgmt HL2
A/B or
ROP Virtual
Enterprise
Student Choice

NMUSD Course #/Name

CBEDs Code

Level

D0338/D0339

Business Econ & Finance

4602

Participant

DO440/D0441

IB Business/Mgmt. HL 1A/1B

4638

Concentrator

D0334/D0335

Entrepreneurship 1A/1B

4602

Concentrator

D0340/D0342

IB Business/Mgmt. HL 2A/2B

4637

Concen/Capstone

U0582/U0607

ROP Virtual Enterprise

4637

Concen/Capstone

A-G courses are highlighted


Articulated courses are in red.

HEALTH SCIENCE & MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY


Course Types
English
History
Math
PE
Science
CTE Pathway
Elective
Foreign Language,
Elective or VPA

th

PATIENT CARE

10 grade

10th grade

11th grade

12th grade

English 9
Freshman
Seminar/Health
Math I/Enhanced
Math I

English 10
World History

English 11
US History

English 12
Government/Econ

Math III/Enhanced
Math III

Pre-Calc / AP Calculus

P.E.
Science
INTRODUCTION TO
HEALTH

Math
II/Enhanced
Math II
P.E.
Biology
MEDICAL
TERMINOLOGY

N/A
Chemistry
EMR

N/A
Biology A/P
SPORTS MEDICINE
/ROP EMT(non bell)

Student Choice

Student Choice

Student Choice

Student Choice

NMUSD Course #/Name

CBEDs Code

Level

U0633 ROP Intro to Health

4257

Participant

U0517 ROP Med. Terminology

4273

Concentrator

U0637 ROP EMR

4258

Concentrator

U0628 ROP EMT non bell

4284

Concen/Capstone

U0520 ROP Sports Medicine

4284

Concen/Capstone

A-G courses are highlighted


Articulated courses are in red.

HOSPITALILTY, TOURISM, & RECREATION


Course Types
English
History
Math
Science
PE
CTE Pathway
Elective

Foreign Language,
Elective or VPA

th

FOOD SERVICE AND HOSPITALITY

9 grade

10th grade

11th grade

12th grade

English 9
Freshman
Seminar/Health
Math I/Enhanced
Math I
Science
P.E.
STUDENT CHOICE

English 10
World History

English 11
US History

English 12
Government/Econ

Math II/Enhanced Math III/Enhanced


Math II
Math III
Biology
Chemistry
P.E.
N/A
FOODS 1 A/B
ROP CULINARY 1
ROP Baking
A/B
&Pastry(non bell)
ROP Food Service
CO-OP(non bell)
ROP Baking&Pastry

Pre-Calc / AP
Calculus
Physics
N/A
ROP ADVANCED
CULINARY A/B

(non bell)

Student Choice

Student Choice

NMUSD Course #/Name

CBEDs Code

H0302/H0303 Foods 1A/1B


U0634 ROP Baking & Pastry (non bell)
U0431 ROP Food Service COOP (non bell)
U0359/U0632 Culinary 1A/1B
U0585/U0631 Adv. Culinary1A/1B

4361
4421
4420
4420
4421

Student Choice

A-G courses are highlighted


Articulated courses are in red.

Student Choice

Level
Participant
Participant/Concen
Concentrator
Concentrator
Concen/Capstone

2015-16 NMUSD CTE PATHWAYS BY SITE


2015-16 6/17/2015

Last updated:3/30/15

Back Bay High School


Industry Sector: Energy, Environment & Utilities
Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
Energy Audit Evans
Energy Audit Evans
Solar PV Installation Evans
Solar PV Installation Evans
Environmental Field Studies 1A Evans
Environmental Field Studies 1B Evans

Course #
I0386
I0387
I0384
I0385
R0395
R0396

CBEDS
5584
5584
5691
5691
5569
5569

Career Pathway: Environmental Resources


Primary Funding
Course Level
Source
Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

141
Perkins
Total
Funded Duration
Y or N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

(in hours)
90
90
90
90
90
90

Corona Del Mar High School


Industry Sector: Arts, Media & Entertainment
Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
ROP Visual Imagery Brudnak
ROP Visual Imagery Brudnak
ROP Art of Animation Brudnak
ROP Art of Animation Brudnak
ROP Film and Digital Media Arts Brudnak
ROP Film and Digital Media Arts Brudnak
ROP Computer Graphics Brudnak
ROP Computer Graphics Brudnak

Course #
U0583
U0621
U0605
U0620
U0609
U0617
U0477
U0619

Career Pathway: Design Visual and Media Arts


111
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
CBEDS Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
5729
X
X
X
Y
90
X
5729
X
X
Y
90
5702
X
X
X
Y
90
X
5702
X
X
Y
90
5717
X
X
X
Y
90
X
5717
X
X
Y
90
5621
X
X
Y
90
5621
X
X
Y
90

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Costa Mesa High School

CBEDS
5621
5621
5755
5755
5769
5769
5717
5717

111
Career Pathway: Design Visual and Media Arts
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
X
X
Y
90
X
X
Y
90
X
X
X
Y
90
X
X
X
Y
90
X
Y
90
X
X
X
Y
90
X
X
X
Y
90
X
X
X
Y
90

Name of Course
Course #
ROP Art of TV/Video Production (Espino U0644
ROP Art of TV/Video Production (Espino U0644
ROP Broadcast News(Espinoza)
U0597
ROP Broadcast News(Espinoza)
U0597

CBEDS
5716
5716
5731
5731

113
Career Pathway: Production & Managerial Arts
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
X
X
X
Y
90
X
X
X
Y
90
X
X
Y
90
X
X
Y
90

Industry Sector: Business and Finance

Career Pathway: Business Management


182
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
CBEDS Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
4602
X
X
Y
90
4602
X
X
Y
90
4602
X
X
Y
90
4602
X
X
Y
90
4637
X
X
N
90
X
X

Industry Sector: Arts, Media & Entertainment


Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
Digital Art 1A CTE Piazza
Digital Art 1B CTE Piazza
Photography 1A CTE Piazza
Photography 1B CTE Piazza

Course #
CT354
CT355
CT341
CT342
ROP Multi-Med Comm Design 1A Espinoz U0573
ROP Multi-Med Comm Design 1B Espinoz U0614
ROP Film& Digital Media 1A Espinoz U0609
ROP Fim & Digital Media 1B Espinoza U0617

Industry Sector: Arts, Media & Entertainment


Sequence of Courses

Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
Business Econ &Finance Hancock
Business Econ &Finance Hancock
Entrepreneurship 1A Sheldon
Entrepreneurship 1B Sheldon
ROP Virtual Enterprise Milchiker
ROP Virtual Enterprise Econ Milchiker

Course #
D0339
D0339
D0334
D0335
U0582
U0607

4637

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90

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Costa Mesa High School


Industry Sector: Energy, Environment & Utilities
Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
Intro Environ Studies 1A Navas
Intro Environ Studies 1B Navas
Green Urban Studies 1A Rasmussen
Green Urban Studies 1B Rasmussen
Environ. Field Studies 1A Upthegrove
Environ. Field Studies 1B Upthegrove

Course #
R0391
R0392
R0403
R0404
R0395
R0396

Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP


X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X

CBEDS
5573
5573

152
Career Pathway: Engineering Design
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
X
X
Y
90
X
X
Y
90

CBEDS
5573
5573
5573
5573

152
Career Pathway: Engineering Design
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
X
X
Y
90
X
X
Y
90
X
X
Y
90
X
X
Y
90

Sequence of Courses
Course #
K0352
K0353

141
Perkins
Total
Funded Duration

CBEDS
5584
5584
5691
5691
5569
5569

Industry Sector: Engineering and Architecture

Name of Course
Introduction to Engineering Cross
Introduction to Engineering Cross

Career Pathway: Environmental Resources


Primary Funding
Course Level
Source

Y or N
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y
Y

(in hours)
90
90
90
90
90
90

Estancia High School


Industry Sector: Engineering and Architecture
Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
Introduction to Engineering Zaremba
Introduction to Engineering Zaremba
Principals of Engineering Jobst
Principals of Engineering Jobst

Course #
K0352
K0353

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Estancia High School


Industry Sector: Arts, Media & Entertainment
Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
ROP Computer Graphics 1A Gonzalez
ROP Computer Graphics 1B Gonzalez
ROP Adv Computer Graphics 1A Gonza
ROP Adv Computer Graphics 1B Gonza
ROP Multi-Media Comm Design 1A Gonzalez
ROP Multi-Media Comm Design 1B Gonzalez

Course #
U0477
U0619
U0601
U0626
U0573
U0614

111
Career Pathway: Design Visual and Media Arts
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
CBEDS Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
X
5621
X
X
Y
90
X
5621
X
X
Y
90
X
5751
X
X
Y
90
5751
X
X
X
Y
90
5769
X
X
X
Y
90
X
5769
X
X
Y
90
123
Career Pathway: Resident. & Commercial Construct.
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
CBEDS Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
5501
X
X
Y
90
5501
X
X
Y
90
5502
X
X
Y
90
5502
X
X
Y
90
X
X
5507
X
Y
90
X
5507
X
X
Y
90

Industry Sector: Building & Construction Trades


Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
Construction Tech 1A Jobst
Construction Tech 1B Jobst
Construction Tech 2A Jobst
Construction Tech 2B Jobst
Construction Tech 3A Jobst
Construction Tech 3B Jobst

Course #
I0368
I0369
I0370
I0371
I0372
I0373

198
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
X
X
Y
90
X
X
Y
90
X
X
X
Y
180
X
X
X
Y
180
NON-bell
X
X
X
N
90
NON-bell
X
X
N
90
NON-bell
X
X
N
90
NON-bell
X
X
N
90
NON-bell
X
X
N
90
NON-bell
X
X
N
90

Industry Sector: Health Science & Medical Technology Career Pathway: Patient Care
Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
ROP Intro Health Yuuki
ROP Med Term Yuuki
ROP Sports Med Schweers
ROP EMR Yuuki
ROP EMT
ROP Cert Nursing Assist
ROP Dental Back Office
ROP Dental Front Office
ROP Dental Back Office Internship
ROP Medical Office Mgmt Bill

Course #
U0633
U0517
U0520
U0637
U0628
U0608
U0560
U0643
U0422
U0516

CBEDS
4257
4273
4284
4258
4284
4279
4275
4275
4275
4275

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Newport Harbor High School


Industry Sector: Arts, Media & Entertainment
Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
ROP Visual Imagery Cermak
ROP Visual Imagery Cermak
ROP Art of TV/Video Production
ROP Film and Digital Media
ROP Animation Cermak
ROP Animation Cermak
ROP Adv Visual Imagery Cermak
ROP Adv Visual Imagery Cermak

Course #
U0583
U0621
U0644
U0617
U0605
U0620
U0602
U0622

Industry Sector: Business and Finance


Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
Business Economics and Finance Hirst
Business Economics and Finance Hirst

Business Management SL1A Zeddies


Business Management SL1B Zeddies
Business Management HL2A Zeddies
Business Management HL2B Zeddies

Course #
D0338
D0339
D0440
D0441
D0340
D0342

111
Career Pathway: Design Visual and Media Arts
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
CBEDS Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
5729
X
X
Y
90
5729
X
X
Y
90
5716
X
X
Y
90
5716
X
X
Y
90
X
5702
X
X
Y
90
5702
X
X
X
Y
90
X
5751
X
X
Y
90
5751
X
X
X
Y
90
182
Career Pathway: Business Management
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
CBEDS Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
4602
X
X
Y
90
4602
X
X
Y
90
4638
X
X
Y
90
4638
X
X
Y
90
X
4637
X
X
N
90
X
4637
X
X
N
90
Career Pathway: Food Service and Hospitality
201
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
CBEDS Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
4361
X
X
Y
90
4361
X
X
Y
90
4420
X
X
Y
90
4420
X
X
Y
90
NON-bell
4420
X
X
N
90
X
X
4421
X
Y
90
X
4421
X
X
Y
90
NON-bell
4421
X
X
X
N
90

Industry Sector: Hospitality, Tourism, and Recreation


Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
Foods 1A Pilon
Foods 1B Pilon
ROP Culinary 1A Pilon
ROP Culinary 1B Pilon
ROP Food Services Co-Op
ROP Advanced Culinary 1A Pilon
ROP Advanced Culinary 1B Pilon
ROP Baking and Pastry

Course #
H0302
H0303
U0359
U0632
U0431
U0585
U0631
U0634

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Costa Mesa Middle School

CBEDS
5573
5573

152
Career Pathway: Engineering Design
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
X
X
Y
90
X
X
Y
90

CBEDS
5573
5573

152
Career Pathway: Engineering Design
Primary Funding
Perkins
Total
Course Level
Source
Funded Duration
Intro Concentration Capstone District/COE ROCP Y or N (in hours)
X
X
Y
90
X
X
Y
90

Industry Sector: Engineering and Architecture


Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
Design and Model Making Vazquez
Automation and Robotics Upthegrove

Course #

TeWinkle Middle School


Industry Sector: Engineering and Architecture
Sequence of Courses
Name of Course
Design and Model Making Woods
Automation and Robotics Motamed

Course #

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Section 4
Perkins Timeline, Application and Budget

Perkins Timeline and Due Dates - Perkins (CA Dept of Education)

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Perkins Timeline and Due Dates


Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education
Improvement Act of 2006 (P.L. 109-270)
Timeline for Claims, Applications, and Reports
Due Date

Form / System

July 31

Perkins Grant
Management
System

Quarterly Claim for fourth quarter April 1 through June 30 and funds
not previously claimed

October 15

CDE 20

Regional Occupational Centers and Programs (ROC/P) and Adult


Education Submission of Economically Disadvantaged Adult
Enrollment Report to Establish Eligibility for the Section 132 Funds

Perkins Data
System

CDE 101 E1 - Career Technical Education Enrollment and Program


Completion Report

October 31

Perkins Grant
Management
System

Quarterly Claim for first quarter July 1 through September 30

January 31
(Mandatory)

Perkins Grant
Management
System

Mandatory Quarterly Claim for second quarter October 1 through


December 31

March 15

CDE 21

ROC/P and Adult Education Submission of Report on Fall-Term


Enrollment in Career and Technical Education Courses

October 15
(Data System opens
July 1 and closes
Oct. 15)

March 15

Name of Application, Claim or Report

Perkins Data
System

CDE 101 E2 - Placement Report on the Career Technical Education


Program Completers

April 30

Perkins Grant
Management
System

Quarterly Claim for third quarter January 1 through March 31

May 1

Perkins Grant
Management
System

Annual Application for Funds

(Data System opens


Jan. 1 and closes
March 15)

Questions:

Program and Administrative Support Office | perkins@cde.ca.gov | 916-324-5706

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PERKINS APPLICATION

(Continued)

Section 5
CA Career Pathways Trust Grant and
NMUSD Five-Year Budget

Section 6
Project Lead The Way (PLTW) Program

Section 7
AVID Program:
District Report, Site Data