Shasta Elementary School

2011-12 School Accountability Report Card — Published During the 2012-13 School Year 10446 Red Bluff Road Shasta, CA 96087 Phone: (530) 243-1110 Fax: (530) 241-5193 GRADES K-8

Heidi Gerig, Principal

Principal’s Message
Shasta Elementary is proud that we are “Large enough to provide a comprehensive curriculum, yet small enough to know your name.” Our cer ficated staff focuses on providing each student both the opportunity and expecta on of mee ng state standards in all core curricular areas. Teachers set an example for students as lifelong learners through their con nuing par cipa on in advanced coursework, such as the California History and Math Projects and EISS (Early Interven on for School Success), which in turn enhances instruc on in the classroom. Understanding the diverse needs of learners, Shasta provides both tradi onal and Montessori instruc onal se ngs. Expecta ons for student behavior are high, yet individualized. We provide support for students who need an extra emphasis on learning social skills. Our greatest strength is our family-type atmosphere, which promotes a close knit, community feel. The result is a produc ve, vibrant learning environment in which students can thrive both academically and socially. We are pleased to announce that Shasta Elementary has recently a ained the status of affiliate school with the pres gious Gilder Lehrman Ins tute of American History. As the oldest con nually opera ng public school in the state of California, this nod to our school’s rich historic roots will provide our students with many unique opportuni es to further explore both our state and na onal histories through exclusive access to a diverse array of mul media materials provided by the Gilder Lehrman Ins tute. Learning from the past to pave the way to a bright and produc ve future for our students remains a strong focus for the school.

Shasta Union Elementary School District
Dr. Rick Fauss Superintendent

Mission Statement
The mission of the Shasta Union Elementary School District is to provide op mum learning opportuni es to each individual in a safe environment, which encourages social, emo onal, physical, and mental growth, preparing each to become a responsible and produc ve ci zen of the community, state, na on, and world.

Parental Involvement
Parent involvement is the heart and soul of Shasta Elementary. Parents are involved in everything from school governance and the Parent Teacher Associa on (PTA), to school fundraisers, to volunteering in the classrooms. We value parents’ opinions and o en request their input on issues such as homework and discipline policies. We have family game nights, family math and reading nights, school campouts, school concerts, father-daughter dances, and many other family oriented events. Research indicates that when parents are involved, children are be er able to realize the importance of their educa on. For more informa on on how to become involved with the school, please contact Heidi Gerig, Principal, at (530) 243-1110.

Governing Board
Roger Longnecker President Be y Harrison-Smith Clerk Sco Lyon Member Susan Schroth Member Lou Gerard, Jr. Member

Professional Development
Shasta teachers are lifelong learners. They con nuously upgrade their skills and professional knowledge through advanced studies and par cipa on in such programs as the California Wri ng Project, Shasta County Math Project, Northeastern California Arts Project (NCAP), Teaching American History (TAH) Project, California State Reading Conference, Fred Jones Classroom Management, CTA Good Teaching Conference, Con nuous School Improvement Training and ongoing educa onal coursework in Montessori pedagogy.
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For the 2008-09 and 2009-10 school years, we dedicated three days each year for professional development. Although state budget cuts necessitated the elimina on of calendared professional development days for the 2010-11 and 2011-12 school years, Shasta’s staff par cipates in weekly staff mee ngs to discuss individual student progress, collaborate with support staff and plan strategies to be er meet student academic needs. Through careful and though ul analysis of student data, the staff is able to strategically address areas of instruc onal need for individual students. This weekly mee ng me also allows the staff to learn about new programs and instruc onal techniques. Shasta con nues to build its cer ficated and classified staff into a Professional Learning Community through ongoing professional training and open dialogue with one another.

School Accountability Report Card
In accordance with State and federal requirements, the School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is put forth annually by all public schools as a tool for parents and interested par es to stay informed of the school’s progress, test scores and achievements.

“Education is not filling a pail but the lighting of a fire.” ~William Butler Yeats

and other drugs. and the rules and procedures for school discipline. 2011 12 2011-12 SARC School Safety We monitor the School Safety Plan annually. Shasta operates a closed campus. The Fitnessgram® is the designated PFT for students in California public schools put forth by the State Board of Educa on.10% Grade 7     Scores are not shown when the number of students tested is 10 or less.cde. All visitors are required to check in at the office upon arrival on campus.80% 23. and discussed with the school faculty in November 2012. Regular fire. tobacco. provisions of the school dress code. It includes disaster procedures. either because the number of students tested in this category is too small for sta s cal accuracy or to protect student privacy. Upper Body Strength and Endurance 3. and 9 are required to par cipate in the California Physical Fitness Test (PFT). Flexibility 6. rules for maintaining a safe and orderly environment. earthquake and lock down drills provide students the opportunity to prac ce procedures in case a real crisis occurs. . Body Composi on 5.70% 30.” 2 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 California Physical Fitness Test Each spring. Class Size Distribution — Average Class Size Three-Year Data Comparison 09-10 10-11 11-12 28 21 17 14 22 22 20 26 26 19 26 28 16 7 K-3 K-1 2-3 1-3 3-5 4-6 7-8 Other Class Size Distribution — Number of Classrooms by Size Three-Year Data Comparison 10-11 11-12 33+ 1-20 1 21-32 33+ 09-10 Grade K-1 K-3 1-3 3-5 4-6 6-8 Other 1 1 2 1 2 1 1-20 21-32 33+ 1-20 1 21-32 “Our certificated staff focuses on providing each student both the opportunity and expectation of meeting state standards in all core curricular areas. all students in grades 5. The School Safety Plan was last updated. California Physical Fitness Test 2011-12 School Year Shasta ES Percentage of Students Mee ng Fitness Standards Four of Six Standards Five of Six Standards Six of Six Standards Grade 5 7.Shasta Elementary School • 2011-12 SARC 2 Class Size The bar graphs display the three-year data for average class size and the table displays the three -year data for the number of classrooms by size. PFT measures six key fitness areas: 1. please visit www. Trunk Extensor Strength and Flexibility Encouraging and assis ng students in establishing lifelong habits of regular physical ac vity is the primary goal of the Fitnessgram®. our sexual harassment policy. 7. For more detailed informa on on the California PFT. The table shows the percentage of students mee ng the fitness standards of being in the “healthy fitness zone” for the most recent tes ng period. Aerobic Capacity 4. We have a zero-tolerance policy on alcohol. Abdominal Strength and Endurance 2. California Educa on Code provisions for designated serious acts leading to suspension and expulsion.

We renovated our middle school wing and added a computer lab in 2001. Hazardous ceilings.Shasta Elementary School • 2011-12 SARC 3 School Facilities Our school includes eight lead maintenance/custodian and a half. Our computer lab offers educa onal so ware. The original building dates from 1957 and underwent modernizaon in 1997. of which five are portables. good. including Accelerated Reader and STAR Reading. Sinks/Drinking Fountains (interior Mechanical Systems (hea ng. which means that. The blacktop on our main outdoor playground was sealed at the same me. although middle school classes use the computer lab more than the lower grades. weekly visits and on an as-needed basis for research. There are 13 classrooms connected to the Internet. ven la on. • Interior: Interior Surfaces (floors. School Facility Good Repair Status 2012-13 School Year Items Inspected Restrooms/Fountains Safety Structural External Repair Status Good Good Good Good Exemplary 09/14/2012 09/14/2012 Items Inspected Systems Interior Cleanliness Electrical Repair Status Good Good Good Good Overall Summary of Facility Condi ons Date of the Most Recent School Site Inspec on Date of the Most Recent Comple on of the Inspec on Form Enrollment and Demographics The total enrollment at the school was 144 students for the 2011-12 school year. Cleanliness (school grounds. We keep our campus clean and well maintained. or poor condi on. On an average day. restrooms and other buildings every day. taking up 16 percent of our capacity. Sewer. The lead custodian also inspects the site monthly for safety and ongoing maintenance purposes.* Demographics 2011-12 School Year Hispanic or Latino 6% American Indian or Alaska Native 15% 2011 12 2011-12 SARC White 72% Asian 6% Black or African American 1% * Enrollment data was gathered from DataQuest and is accurate as of September 2012. A full. there is one computer for every three students.012 people. or poor condi on. and do not include moderniza on projects. on average. The overall summary of facility condi ons uses ra ngs of exemplary. Roofs rooms. and exterior) and air condi oning) • Safety: Fire Safety custodian clean all classrooms. Students use the library during regularly scheduled. We built our beau ful library with its adjoining computer lab during the renova on of our middle school wing. Students use computers at all grade levels. • Systems: Gas Systems and Pipes. Our outdoor athle c field. We recently expanded our gymnasium to accommodate full-court basketball. 164 students and staff occupy these buildings. is one of our school’s best a ributes. . The following is a list of items inspected. All students and parents may use the lab before school and a er school. We recently upgraded the kindergarten playground by sealing the blacktop. We have 45 computers available for student use. SMART Boards are used in some of the classrooms and one is also available for our a er school program. A library paraprofessional. fair condi on. walls. • Restrooms/Fountains: Restrooms. and common areas) • External: Windows/Doors/Gates/Fences. staffs the library. no deficiencies were found. Repairs are usually modest in scale. • Electrical: Electrical Systems Playgrounds/School Grounds (interior and exterior) School Facility Good Repair Status This inspec on determines the school facility’s good repair status using ra ngs of good condi on. At the me of this school facility inspec on. Students at most grade levels use the computer lab for research. and window casings) Materials (interior and exterior) • Cleanliness: Pest/Vermin Control. Overall • Structural: Structural Condi on. School Facility Items Inspected The table shows the results of the school’s most recent inspec on using the Facility Inspec on Tool (FIT) or equivalent school form. fair. or other construc on normally paid for by bond measures. Most rooms are cleaned at night or early morning. renova ons. who is on site four days a week. buildings. Emergency Systems. a huge grass field surrounded by scenic hillsides. Together they accommodate approximately 1.

Policy experts.Shasta Elementary School • 2011-12 SARC 4 Quality of Textbooks The following table outlines the criteria required for choosing textbooks and instruc onal materials. Data Collec on Date  applicable. We choose our textbooks from lists that have already been approved by State educa on officials. including English Learners. and we expect our teachers to be consistently focused on them. and educators consider our State’s Standards to be among the most rigorous and challenging in the na on. researchers. including English Learners. Quality of Textbooks Textbooks and Instructional Materials The textbooks we use and the tests we give are based on the California Content Standards. The District has affirmed that each pupil. adopted by the State Board of Educa on. Not . The textbooks selected are consistent with the content and cycles of the curriculum frameworks. have their own textbook to use in class and to take home. have access to their own textbooks and instruc onal materials to use in class and to take home? Yes/No 2012-13 School Year Textbook Adopted 2009 2009 2007 2007 2007 2006 2006 2005 2005 Subject English-Language Arts English-Language Arts Mathema cs Mathema cs Mathema cs Science Science History-Social Science History-Social Science Yes Millian McGraw-Hill (Treasures) (K-6) McDougal Li ell (6-8) Sco Foresman envision (K-5) Saxon Math (K-3) McDougal Li ell (6-8) Sco -Foresman (K-5) Pren ce Hall (6-8) Sco Foresman (K-5) McDougall Li ell (6-8) Yes Yes Availability of Textbooks and Instructional Materials Percentage of Students Lacking Materials by Subject 2012-13 School Year Shasta ES Subject Reading/Language Arts Mathema cs Science History-Social Science 2011 12 2011-12 SARC Percent Lacking 0% 0% 0% 0%    Availability of Textbooks and Instructional Materials The following lists the percentage of pupils who lack their own assigned textbooks and instruc onal materials. Textbooks and Instructional Materials List 2012-13 School Year Criteria Are the textbooks adopted from the most recent state-approved or local governing board approved list? Are the textbooks consistent with the content and cycles of the curriculum frameworks adopted by the State Board of Educa on? Does every student. Visual and Performing Arts Foreign Language Health Currency of Textbook Data Currency of Textbook Data 2012-13 School Year 10/2012 Currency of Textbook Data This table displays the date when the textbook and instruc onal materials informa on was collected and verified.

The CAPA is an alternate assessment for students with significant cogni ve disabili es who are unable to take the CST with accommoda ons or modificaons or the CMA with accommodaons. and History-Social Science Students Scoring at Proficient or Advanced Levels Spring 2012 Results Science 48% 48% 40%        Group All Students in the District All Students at the School Male Female Black or African American American Indian or Alaska Na ve Asian Filipino Hispanic or La no Na ve Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 2011 12 2011-12 SARC EnglishMathema cs Language Arts 54% 54% 45% 69%  HistorySocial Science 50% 50%         40% 40% 37% 45%  30%     25%     White Two or More Races Socioeconomically Disadvantaged English Learners Students with Disabili es Students Receiving Migrant Educa on Services 61%  42%  50%  55%      47%  27%  39%    19%  19%   Scores are not shown when the number of students tested is 10 or less. Proficient (meets state standards). either because the number of students tested in this category is too small for sta s cal accuracy or to protect student privacy. It is designed to assess those students whose disabili es prevent them from achieving grade-level proficiency on an assessment of the content standards with or without accommoda ons. and history-social science for varying grade levels. STAR consists of several key tests that are designed for the student’s age and individual Elementary School • 2011-12 SARC 5 Standardized Testing and Reporting Program The Standardized Tes ng and Reporting (STAR) Program aims to iden fy strengths and weaknesses to improve student learning. Mathematics. and California Alternate Performance Assessment (CAPA). The tables show the percentage of students that scored at Proficient or Advanced levels in English-language arts. and scores by grade level. Basic. par cipa on. please visit h p://star.cde. Below Basic. Some grade levels also par cipate in an essay wri ng test. Science. mathema cs. and history-social science. . and Far Below Basic. These tests include: the California Standards Test (CST). These standards describe the knowledge and skills that students are expected to learn at each grade level and subject. groups. For more informa on on the STAR program including tests. Students Scoring at Proficient or Advanced Levels Three-Year Data Comparison Shasta UESD California Shasta ES Subject English-Language Arts Mathema cs Science History-Social Science 09-10 10-11 11-12 09-10 10-11 11-12 09-10 10-11 11-12 42% 35% 58% 47% 50% 42% 41% 44% 54% 40% 48% 50% 42% 35% 58% 47% 50% 42% 41% 44% 54% 40% 48% 50% 52% 48% 54% 44% 54% 50% 57% 48% 56% 51% 60% 49% STAR Results by Student Group: English-Language Arts. The CSTs are used to determine students’ achievement of the California Academic Content Standards. STAR Results for All Students The Standardized Tes ng and Repor ng (STAR) results are evaluated and compared to state standards using the following five performance levels: Advanced (exceeds state standards). California Modified Assessment (CMA).ca. mathema cs. Students scoring at the Proficient or Advanced level meet state standards in that content area. science. The CSTs are mul ple choice tests in English-language arts. The CMA is a modified assessment for students with disabili es who have an individualized educa on program (IEP). science.

This table shows the school’s three-year data for statewide API rank and similar schools API rank.935 788 710 742 905 869 740 775 853 849 737 716 607 10-11 12       11-12 0       All Students Black or African American American Indian or Alaska Na ve Asian Filipino 2011 12 2011-12 SARC 660     660     Hispanic or La no Na ve Hawaiian or Pacific Islander White Two or More Races Socioeconomically Disadvantaged English Learners Students with Disabili es 748  749  -57     -2  29     688  688  16   540 555  Data are reported only for numerically significant groups. or high school). based on the results of statewide tes ng. Academic Performance Index The Academic Performance Index (API) is an annual measure of the academic performance and progress of the schools within California.g. A school’s “statewide API rank” compares its API to the APIs of all other schools statewide of the same type ( 2.264 Growth API. A “similar schools API rank” reflects how a school compares to 100 sta s cally matched similar schools. district. The Base API Report includes the Base API. growth achieved. API Ranks Schools are ranked in ten categories of equal size.297 API Growth by Student Group 2012 Growth API and Three-Year Data Comparison 2012 Growth API Shasta ES – Actual API Change 09-10 -47       Group Shasta ES Number Growth of Students API 98 1 15 4 0 5 0 73 0 44 1 18 736  Shasta UESD Number Growth of Students API 99 1 15 4 0 5 0 74 0 44 1 19 737  California Number Growth of Students API 4. the group must have either: (1) at least 50 students with valid STAR Program scores who make up at least 15% of the total valid STAR Program scores. To learn more about API.563 1.425. by student group.606 404. called deciles. visit the API informa on guide at www. APIs based on small numbers of students are less reliable and therefore should be carefully interpreted. but the results are not released unl May 2012). defined as having between 11 and 99 valid STAR Program test scores included in the API. The 2011 Base API is calculated from results of statewide tes ng in spring 2011. calculates test results in the same fashion and with the same indicators as the Base API but from test results of the following year (e. This score reflects the school. Similar schools ranks are not calculated for small schools. API Ranks API Ranks Three-Year Data Comparison 2009 2010 2 1 2011 2 1 Statewide API Rank Similar Schools API Rank 4  API Growth by Student Group This table displays.cde.230 26. . targets.860 88.680 1.pdf and the API overview guide at www. To represent how much a school’s API changed from 2011-12 (known as the 2011-12 API Growth). API is measured on a scale from 200 to 1. the 2011 Base API is subtracted from the 2012 Growth API.670 124. The Base API begins the reporting cycle and the results are released approximately a year a er tes ng occurs (e.779. The state has set an API score of 800 as the statewide target.221. The Growth API Report includes Growth API. and whether or not targets were met.pdf.824 2.  This API is calculated for a small school or a small LEA. or (2) at least 100 students with valid STAR Program scores. middle.cde. The 2012 Growth API is calculated from results of statewide tes ng in spring 2012 and released in September 2012). the 2012 Growth API at the school. from 1 (lowest) to 10 (highest) based on their API Base reports. Therefore. the 2011 Base indicator and 2012 Growth indicator are and state level followed by the actual API change in points added or lost for the past three years at the school. district or a student group’s performance level. for the 2011-12 API repor ng cycle. The year of the API corresponds to the year of tes ng.000. The annual API repor ng cycle consists of the Base and Growth API. To be considered numerically significant for the API.Shasta Elementary School • 2011-12 SARC 6 API Testing Assessment data is reported only for numerically significant groups. for which informa on is available. and ranks. first.201 31.

 Not applicable. Federal Intervention Program Shasta ES 09-10 Suspension Rates Expulsion Rates “Teachers set an example for students as lifelong learners through their continuing participation in advanced coursework. For more informa on. Each addi onal year that the district or schools do not meet AYP results in advancement to the next level of interven on.039 0.139 0. visit www.000 10-11 0. The gradua on rate for AYP criteria applies to high schools. Adequate Yearly Progress Criteria 2011-12 School Year Shasta ES Shasta UESD No Mathema cs Yes No No  Met Overall AYP AYP Criteria Par cipa on Rate Percent Proficient API Gradua on Rate EnglishLanguage Arts Yes No No EnglishLanguage Arts Yes No Mathema cs Yes No No  Suspensions and Expulsions This table shows the rate of suspensions and expulsions (the total number of incidents divided by the school’s total enrollment) for the most recent three-year period. California public schools and districts are required to meet or exceed criteria in these four target areas: For more informa on.000 2012-13 School Year Shasta ES Shasta UESD Not In PI   Shasta UESD 09-10 Suspension Rates Expulsion Rates 0.cde.” .Shasta Elementary School • 2011-12 SARC 7 Types of Services Funded The programs and supplemental services that are provided at the school either through categorical funds or other sources that support and assist students: • Title I • Class Size Reduc on • Resource Program • Sports • A er School Program Adequate Yearly Progress The No Child Le Behind (NCLB) Act requires that all schools and districts meet Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) requirements.00%  Not applicable. Percentage of students scoring proficient on statewide assessments in English-language arts and mathema cs 3.cde.167 Suspension and Expulsion Rates Federal Intervention Program Districts and schools receiving Title I funding that fail to meet AYP over two consecu ve years in the same content area (English-language arts or mathema cs) or on the same indicator (API or graduaon rate) can enter into Program Improvement (PI).000 10-11 0. This table displays the 2012-13 Program Improvement status for the school and district. please visit Par cipa on rate on statewide assessments in English-language arts and mathema cs 2.000 11-12 0. Gradua on rate for high schools The table displays whether or not the school and district met each of the AYP criteria and made overall AYP for 2011-12.000 Program Improvement Status First Year of Program Improvement Year in Program Improvement 2011 12 2011-12 SARC Not In PI   Number of Schools Iden fied for Program Improvement Percent of Schools Iden fied for Program Improvement 0 0.167 0.000 11-12 0. API scores 4.139 0.039 0.

gov/nclb/sr/tq.” NCLB Note High-poverty schools are defined as those schools with student par cipa on of approximately 40% or more in the free and reduced priced meals program.00 0. The table displays data regarding NCLB compliant teachers from the 2011-12 school year.00 0.00 0.” In general. More informaon can be found by visi ng h p:// Teacher Credential Information Three-Year Data Comparison Shasta UESD Shasta ES 09-10 8 0 0 10-11 7 0 0 11-12 7 0 0 Teachers With Full Creden al Without Full Creden al Teaching Outside Subject Area of Competence 11-12 7 0 2011-12 School Year Academic Counselors FTE of Academic Counselors Ra o of Students Per Academic Counselor Support Staff Social/Behavioral or Career Development Counselors Library Media Teacher (Librarian) Library Media Services Staff (Paraprofessional) Psychologist Social Worker Nurse Speech/Language/Hearing Specialist Resource Specialist (non-teaching) 0.50 0.12 0. Low-poverty schools are those with student par cipa on of approximately 25% or less in the free and reduced priced meals program. Academic Counselors and School Support Staff Data Teacher Qualifications This table shows informa on about teacher creden als and teacher qualifica ons. visit www.cde. an appropriate California teaching creden al. For more informa on on teacher qualifica ons related to NCLB. they must have a bachelor’s degree.20 0.Shasta Elementary School • 2011-12 SARC 8 Academic Counselors and School Support Staff This table displays informa on about academic counselors and support staff at the school and their full.  applicable.00  Teacher Misassignments and Vacant Teacher Positions This table displays the number of teacher misassignments (teachers assigned without proper legal authoriza on) and the number of vacant teacher posi ons (not filled by a single designated teacher assigned to teach the en re course at the beginning of the school year or semester).00 Three-Year Data Comparison Shasta ES Teachers Teacher Misassignments of English Learners Total Teacher Misassignments Vacant Teacher Posi ons 10-11 0 0 0 11-12 0 0 0 12-13 0 0 0 No Child Left Behind Compliant Teachers NCLB requires that all teachers of core academic subject areas be “highly qualified. No Child Left Behind Compliant Teachers 2011-12 School Year Percent of Classes in Core Academic Subjects Taught by NCLB Compliant Teachers Taught by Non-NCLB Compliant Teachers 0% 0% 0%  2011 12 2011-12 SARC Shasta ES All Schools in District High-Poverty Schools in District Low-Poverty Schools in District 100% 100% 100%  “Our certificated staff focuses on providing each student both the opportunity and expectation of meeting state standards in all core curricular areas.05 Please note: Total teacher misassignments includes the number of misassignments of teachers of English Learners. Teacher Misassignments and Vacant Teacher Positions FTE 0. Not .me equivalent (FTE).cde. and have demonstrated competence for each core subject he or she teaches. for a teacher to be considered highly qualified.

District Salary Data 2010-11 Fiscal Year Total Expenditures Per Pupil Expenditures Per Pupil From Restricted Sources Expenditures Per Pupil From Unrestricted Sources Annual Average Teacher Salary $9. dropouts.171 $50.488 $59. . Addi onally.019  Shasta ES Shasta UESD California 2011 12 2011-12 SARC $6. the California State Library).744 2010-11 Fiscal Year Shasta UESD Similar Sized District $38. the length of me that a worksta on may be used (depending on availability). Financial Data Comparison The following table displays the school’s per pupil expenditures from unrestricted sources and the school’s average teacher salary and compares it to the district and state data.5%  Single-site districts are not required to display this data. School Financial Data Financial Data The financial data displayed in the SARC is from the 2010-11 fiscal year. enrollment.061 $6. please visit DataQuest at h p://data1.625 $55. The most current fiscal informa on available provided by the state is always two years behind the current school year.2% -0. upon request.3). graduates. and one year behind most other data included in this report.744 $57.144 $56. staffing. For more detailed financial informa on. course $6. District Financial Data This table displays district teacher and administra ve salary informa on and compares the figures to the state averages for districts of the same type and size based on the salary provides extensive financial. DataQuest is an online resource that provides reports for accountability. and data regarding English Learners.744 $ demographic. and performance informa on about California’s public kindergarten through grade twelve school districts and schools. Ed-Data in partnership with the CDE.205 $ the types of so ware programs available at a worksta please visit www. test data.aspx.530 $70. each school district shall make hard copies of its annually updated report card and www.cde. All data accurate as of November 29. first-served basis.967  32% 6% Public Internet Access Internet access is available at public libraries and other loca ons that are publicly accessible (i. Access to the Internet at libraries and public loca ons is generally provided on a first-come.729 $92.455  School and District — Percent Difference School and California — Percent Difference +11. Note the district salary data does not include benefits. on or before February 1 of each year. Data for this year’s SARC was provided by the California Department of Educa on (CDE).e.144 $5.Shasta Elementary School • 2011-12 SARC 9 School Financial Data The following table displays the school’s average teacher salary and a breakdown of the school’s expenditures per pupil from unrestricted and restricted sources. More informa on can be found at www. For addi onal informa on on California schools and districts.k12. (Educa on Code Sec on 41409.757 36% 7% Beginning Teacher Salary Mid-Range Teacher Salary Highest Teacher Salary Average Principal Salary Superintendent Salary Teacher Salaries — Percent of Budget Administra ve Salaries — Percent of Budget $36. Other use restric ons include the hours of opera on. Financial Data Comparison 2010-11 Fiscal Year Expenditures Per Pupil From Unrestricted Sources Annual Average Teacher Salary $56.268 $82.955 $106. school and district offices.  The percent difference does not apply to single-site districts.cde.ed-data. and the ability to print documents. Per Educa on Code Sec on 35256.

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