Pre-K Data Analysis:
Working with our Kindergarten teachers, CUSD monitors progress of our
Pre-K students. The data shows how each Migrant Pre-K student is
progressing. Although hard academic testing data, is not captured on this age
group we have enough soft data from the Regional Needs Assessment, home visits,
health assessments, RIF handouts, and visits with the parents of these students
to make decisions about academic welfare. We encourage all of our families with
preschoolers to enroll their preschoolers in a state preschool or the MEES
preschool program. Our analysis for this age group has determined that language
development and pre-reading skills should continue to be the focus. This data
also assists in the design of kindergarten programs.
K-8 Data Analysis (Include CUSD K and Grade 1, SBAC and ELPAC data, as well as other indicators, as available):
First priority for services goes to our K-8 Migrant
students who have had their school year interrupted. Next priority goes to our
established Migrant students who are in the lower levels of proficiency on the
ELPAC. Any student falling below proficiency has not met California state
Because we recognize the disadvantage our Migrant English Language Learners have when trying to access school curriculum, we work with school sites to be sure classroom placement and teacher selection is maximized for the student. Students who need extra instruction and help with assigned work are encouraged to attend after school, before school, and lunch time intervention programs at their school site.
All failing or at risk of failing Migrant students are encouraged to attend
summer session for targeted instruction for continue academic progress.
9-12 Data Analysis (Include SBAC, and ELPAC):
First priority for services goes to our grades 9-12
students who have had their school year interrupted. The students not at
standards on the State Assessment represented through the various grade levels
with the higher numbers at 6th, 7th, 8th and 11th grades. Intervention programs
at the high school sites and extra help through instructional assistants as
well as peer tutoring offer the Migrant student the opportunity to keep up with
curriculum needs. Proper classroom and teacher placement is essential for
academic success. Students who need to make up extra credits are connected with
our district Independent Study program, our district Online program and/or our
district Adult Education Program.