Safe and Supportive Schools - SFUSD

Safe and Supportive Schools - SFUSD

5/16/2017 Safe and Supportive Schools Kevin Truitt Chief SFCSD SFCSD Staff SFSCD Strategic Vision Disrupt Disciplinary Disproportionality. Support S...

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Safe and Supportive Schools Kevin Truitt Chief SFCSD SFCSD Staff

SFSCD Strategic Vision Disrupt Disciplinary Disproportionality. Support Sites

• Resource Schools to improve SEL and Academic outcomes. • Implement research based proactive strategies. (RP, PBIS, PAX, ABA, TIP) • Create and use data to drive improvement in the work • Special Attention to supporting African American Students. • Address Cultural Competency and Implicit Bias

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WATERSHED EVENTS IN SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE SCHOOLS EFFORT

2009 Restorative Practices Resolution (RP)

WATERSHED EVENTS IN SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE SCHOOLS EFFORT

2013

2014

Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) training begins

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WATERSHED EVENTS IN SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE SCHOOLS EFFORT

2014

TEAM

Safe and Supportive Schools Board Resolution First BAT teams established BASIS Intervention Tracking begins

WATERSHED EVENTS IN SAFE AND SUPPORTIVE SCHOOLS EFFORT

2015

2016

Behavior Matrix introduced General Ed SOAR support PAX Good Behavior Game expands to 22 schools

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How do we measure Safe and Supportive Schools? SFUSD Tiered Fidelity Inventory (TFI) 3 year comparison Source:  PBIS Apps 90.00% 76.73% n=20

80.00%

Average Percent Implemented

69.33% n=7

66.24% n=79

70.00% 60.00%

75.96% n=24

55.56% n=15

57.01% n=78

61.76% n=2

58.46% n=5

61.76% n=3

50.00%

2014‐15 N=15

40.00%

2015‐16 N=79 2016‐17 N=79

30.00% 20.00% 10.00% 0.00% Tier I

Tier II

Tier III

Restorative Practices Student Voices from Everett MS & Civic Center County School

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PAX Good Behavior Game

Safety Care

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Attendance Percentage of Students Chronically Absent by Ethnicity Fall Semester Source: BASIS 40%

38%

36%

37%

37%

35% 30%

24%

25%

24%

20% 15%

11%

10%

6%

5%

5%

11%

11%

8%

0% African American

Asian

Latino

Other

Fall 2015

Pacific Islander

White

Fall 2016

Suspension Analysis by Division Fall Suspensions by Level, 2012‐2016 Source: Synergy SIS ‐ Does not include Charter Schools 450

385

400

379

350

300

289

278 258

250

222

265

257 227

215

200

150

100

65

50

50

14

59 41

28

43 11

24

16

0 ES

K8

MS

2012

2013

2014

2015

HS

2016

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Percentage of Suspensions & and SFUSD Population Percentage of Suspensions (Synergy Fall 2016) and SFUSD Population (CALPADS Fall 2016) 70.0%

65.5%

Percent of Fall Suspensions Percent of Total Students

60.0%

50.0%

43.6% 40.0%

30.3% 30.0%

27.1%

26.2%

20.0%

10.0%

7.4%

0.0%

African American

Latino

Other

SFUSD Suspension Rates by School 2014/2015 School Year School City Arts & Tech* Kipp SF College Prep* Everett Middle Leadership High* ML King Jr. Middle Gateway High* Kipp Bayview Academy* Lick Middle O'Connell High Denman Middle Kipp SF Bay Academy* Downtown High SF International High Buena Vista Horace Mann Creative Arts Charter* SFUSD State CA

Enrollment

Susp. #

Suspension Rate

367

60

16.30%

264

30

11.40%

487

54

11.10%

293

31

10.60%

570

49

8.60%

493

36

7.30%

297

21

7.10%

585

40

6.80%

525

31

5.90%

673

37

5.50%

378

19

5.00%

264

13

4.90%

416

20

4.80%

583

27

4.60%

425

19

4.50%

59,105

1,088

1.60%

6,418,044

243,603

3.80%

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SFUSD Arrest Data Summary for Fall 2016/2017 SY

There were a total of 37 student arrests during just the Fall semester of the 2016/2017 school year. This compares to 49 arrests for the entire 15/16 school year.

Cultural Competence

John Templeton of Zenviba teaching the BAT Teams about the Queen Califia mural at the Mark Hopkins Hotel Ballroom.

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Visitacion Valley Middle School

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