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School Accountability Report Card

2020-21 School Accountability Report Card
Published During the 2021-22 School Year.

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SARC Overview
By February 1 of each year, every school in California is required by state law to publish a School Accountability Report Card (SARC). The SARC contains information about the condition and performance of each California public school. Under the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) all local educational agencies (LEAs) are required to prepare a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), which describes how they intend to meet annual school-specific goals for all pupils, with specific activities to address state and local priorities. Additionally, data reported in an LCAP is to be consistent with data reported in the SARC.

For more information about SARC requirements and access to prior year reports, see the California Department of Education (CDE) SARC web page.

For more information about the LCFF or the LCAP, see the CDE LCFF web page.
 
For additional information about the school, parents/guardians and community members should contact the school principal or the district office.
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2021-22 School Contact Information
School Name Frank Zeek Elementary School
Street 1060 North Bush Street
City, State, Zip Ukiah, CA 95482-3865
Phone Number (707) 472-5100
Principal Dara Brown
Principal Email Address [email protected]
School Website https://frankzeek.uusd.net/
County-District-School (CDS) Code 23-65615-6025191
 
2021-22 District Contact Information
District Name Ukiah Unified School District
Phone Number (707) 472-5000
Superintendent Debra Kubin
Superintendent Email Address [email protected]
District Website Address www.uusd.net
 
 
2021-22 School Overview
 
School Description
Frank Zeek School serves a student population of 442 children from transitional kindergarten through sixth grade. We are one of 6 elementary schools in Ukiah Unified School District. The neighborhood is largely lower-middle class, residential. Our students’ ethnicity is 56% Hispanic or Latino and 44% Not Hispanic or Latino.
 
The racial make up is:
0.45% Asian
0.68% Black/African American
1.13%  Filipino
0.90%  American Indian or Alaskan
8%  Multi-racial
33%  White
56%  Hispanic
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The percentage of our students that are economically disadvantaged is 76%.
 
Our school has 19 regular education classroom teachers:
1 Credentialed Physical Education Teacher 2 Special Education Teachers (1 resource teacher and 1 severely handicapped teacher)
1 Reading Support Teacher 1 Student Success Coordinator
2 Office Staff 1 Health Technician
1 Family Community Liaison 1 Counselor
2 Cafeteria workers 2.5 Custodians
27 Classified Paraprofessional Personnel  
 
Students who qualify, participate in the district GATE program. Funding for which the site has discretion over is primarily Title I, Supplemental and Concentration Grant (SCG), ASES, and site discretionary. We have a dedicated School Site Council, Title I Advisory Committee and an ELAC Parent Committee. Frank Zeek is on a traditional school calendar with the required number of instructional minutes. In general, Frank Zeek School students in grades 3-6 participate in SBAC testing in Spring.
 
School Vision and Mission
The Frank Zeek community seeks to empower every student to strive for excellence academically, socially, and emotionally in a peaceful, responsible, respectful, and safe environment. Our culture is fostered by a cooperative effort between school and community inspiring all people on our campus to be empathetic individuals and lifelong learners. Frank Zeek is a school where children can thrive!
 
2020-21 Student Enrollment by Grade Level
 
Grade Level Number of Students
Kindergarten 77
Grade 1 71
Grade 2 68
Grade 3 82
Grade 4 67
Grade 5 59
Grade 6 26
Total Enrollment 450
 
2020-21 Student Enrollment by Student Group
 
Student Group Percent of Total Enrollment
Female 48.2
Male 51.8
American Indian or Alaska Native 2.7
Asian 0.4
Black or African American 0.4
Filipino 1.3
Hispanic or Latino 51.1
Two or More Races 7.1
White 35.1
English Learners 25.3
Foster Youth 2.4
Homeless 1.3
Migrant
13.3
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 76.4
Students with Disabilities 11.8
 
A. Conditions of Learning State Priority: Basic
 
The SARC provides the following information relevant to the State priority: Basic (Priority 1):
  • Degree to which teachers are appropriately assigned and fully credentialed in the subject area and for the pupils they are teaching;
  • Pupils have access to standards-aligned instructional materials; and
  • School facilities are maintained in good repair.
Note: For more information refer to the Updated Teacher Equity Definitions web page.
 
2019-20 Teacher Preparation and Placement
Authorization/Assignment 2019-20
Fully (Preliminary or Clear) Credentialed for Subject and Student Placement (properly assigned)  
Intern Credential Holders Properly Assigned  
Teachers Without Credentials and Misassignments (“ineffective” under ESSA)  
Credentialed Teachers Assigned Out-of-Field (“out-of-field” under ESSA)  
Unknown  
Total Teaching Positions  
Note: The data in this table is based on Full Time Equivalent (FTE) status. One FTE equals one staff member working full time; one FTE could also represent two staff members who each work 50 percent of full time. Additionally, an assignment is defined as a position that an educator is assigned to based on setting, subject, and grade level. An authorization is defined as the services that an educator is authorized to provide to students.
 
2019-20 Teachers Without Credentials and Misassignments (considered “ineffective” under ESSA)
Authorization/Assignment 2019-20
Permits and Waivers  
Misassignments  
Vacant Positions  
Total Teachers Without Credentials and Misassignments  
 
2019-20 Credentialed Teachers Assigned Out-of-Field (considered “out-of-field” under ESSA)
Indicator 2019-20
Credentialed Teachers Authorized on a Permit or Waiver  
Local Assignment Options  
Total Out-of-Field Teachers  
 
2019-20 Class Assignments
Indicator 2019-20
Misassignments for English Learners
(a percentage of all the classes with English learners taught by teachers that are misassigned)
 
No credential, permit or authorization to teach
(a percentage of all the classes taught by teachers with no record of an authorization to teach)
 
 
2021-22 Quality, Currency, Availability of Textbooks and Other Instructional Materials
Instructional materials meet EC Sections 60040-60045 as well as the SBE guidelines.
Year and month in which the data were collected September 2020
Subject Textbooks and Other Instructional Materials/year of Adoption From Most Recent Adoption? Percent Students Lacking Own Assigned Copy
Reading/Language Arts Benchmark Advance - CA Edition, Benchmark Education Publishers, Adopted 4/12/18
Grade 6: Study Sync, McGraw Hill School Education, Publisher, Adopted 4/12/18
Yes 0.0
Mathematics Bridges in Mathematics 2nd Edition (The Math Learning Center), Adopted 4/14/16
Math Links (Grade 6), Adopted 4/14/16
Adopted 2020: Illustrative Math, Open-up resources, Publisher
Yes 0.0
Science California Science (MacMillan/McGraw -Hill), Adopted 8/12/08
Science Dimensions (Houghton Mifflin, Harcourt) Adopted 5/9/2019 (6th grade )
Yes 0.0
History-Social Science History-Social Science for California, Pearson Scott Foresman, Adopted 8/07/07 Yes 0.0 
Foreign Language      
Health      
Visual and Performing Arts      
Science Laboratory Equipment
(grades 9-12)
     
 
School Facility Conditions and Planned Improvements
The district takes great efforts to ensure that all schools are clean, safe, and functional. To assist in this effort, the district uses a facility survey instrument developed by the State of California Office of Public School Construction. Below is more specific information on the condition of the school and the efforts made to ensure that students are provided with a clean, safe, and functional learning environment.
 
Age of School Buildings
This school has 23 classrooms, a multipurpose room, a library, a reading lab, and an administration building. The main campus was built in 1951. Portable classrooms were installed in 1985 (3) 1989 (5) 1991 (1) and 2004 (1).
 
Maintenance and Repair
District maintenance staff ensures that the repairs necessary to keep the school in good repair and working order are completed in a timely manner. A web-based work order process is used to ensure efficient service and that emergency repairs are given the highest priority.
 
Cleaning Process and Schedule
The district governing board has adopted cleaning standards for all schools in the district. The principal and Director of Maintenance and Operations work with the custodial staff to develop cleaning schedules to ensure a clean and safe school. Additional cleaning staff and cleaning routines are provided this year to sanitize to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Custodial staff work over the summer to deep clean the classrooms.
 
Technology Projects
Continued WiFi and camera updates have been made to accommodate technology in the classrooms.
 
Roofs and HVAC units were replaced on 2 classroom wings over summer 2019.
 
Year and month of the most recent FIT report: 5/5/21
System Inspected Rate Good Rate Fair Rate Poor Repair Needed and Action Taken or Planned
Systems:
Gas Leaks, Mechanical/HVAC, Sewer
X      
Interior:
Interior Surfaces
  X   Small paint chips and cracks in hallways, one celling tile needs replacement.
Cleanliness:
Overall Cleanliness, Pest/Vermin Infestation
X      
Electrical   X   Electrical Panels blocked, two sets of lights not coming on.
Restrooms/Fountains:
Restrooms, Sinks/ Fountains
X      
Safety:
Fire Safety, Hazardous Materials
X      
Structural:
Structural Damage, Roofs
  X   corner needs repair next to restroom in cafeteria, floor tile has small holes
External:
Playground/School Grounds, Windows/ Doors/Gates/Fences
X      
 
Overall Facility Rate
Exemplary Good Fair Poor
  X    
 
B. Pupil Outcomes State Priority: Pupil Achievement
 
The SARC provides the following information relevant to the State priority: Pupil Achievement (Priority 4):
 
Statewide Assessments
(i.e., California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress [CAASPP] System includes the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments for students in the general education population and the California Alternate Assessments [CAAs] for English language arts/literacy [ELA] and mathematics given in grades three through eight and grade eleven. Only eligible students may participate in the administration of the CAAs. CAAs items are aligned with alternate achievement standards, which are linked with the Common Core State Standards [CCSS] for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities).

The CAASPP System encompasses the following assessments and student participation requirements:
  1. Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments and CAAs for ELA in grades three through eight and grade eleven.
  2. Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments and CAAs for mathematics in grades three through eight and grade eleven.
  3. California Science Test (CAST) and CAAs for Science in grades five, eight, and once in high school (i.e., grade ten, eleven, or twelve).
SARC Reporting in the 2020-2021 School Year Only
Where the most viable option, LEAs were required to administer the statewide summative assessment in ELA and mathematics. Where a statewide summative assessment was not the most viable option for the LEA (or for one or more grade-level[s] within the LEA) due to the pandemic, LEAs were allowed to report results from a different assessment that met the criteria established by the State Board of Education (SBE) on March 16, 2021. The assessments were required to be:
  • Aligned with CA CCSS for ELA and mathematics;
  • Available to students in grades 3 through 8, and grade 11; and
  • Uniformly administered across a grade, grade span, school, or district to all eligible students.
Options
Note that the CAAs could only be administered in-person following health and safety requirements. If it was not viable for the LEA to administer the CAAs in person with health and safety guidelines in place, the LEA was directed to not administer the tests. There were no other assessment options available for the CAAs. Schools administered the Smarter Balanced Summative Assessments for ELA and mathematics, other assessments that meet the SBE criteria, or a combination of both, and they could only choose one of the following:
  • Smarter Balanced ELA and mathematics summative assessments;
  • Other assessments meeting the SBE criteria; or
  • Combination of Smarter Balanced ELA and mathematics summative assessments and other assessments.
The percentage of students who have successfully completed courses that satisfy the requirements for entrance to the University of California and the California State University, or career technical education sequences or programs of study.
 
Percentage of Students Meeting or Exceeding the State Standard on CAASPP
This table displays CAASPP test results in ELA and mathematics for all students grades three through eight and grade eleven taking and completing a state-administered assessment.
 
The 2019-2020 data cells with N/A values indicate that the 2019-2020 data are not available due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting summative test suspension. The Executive Order N-30-20 was issued which waived the assessment, accountability, and reporting requirements for the 2019-2020 school year.
 
The 2020-2021 data cells have N/A values because these data are not comparable to other year data due to the COVID-19 pandemic during the 2020-2021 school year. Where the CAASPP assessments in ELA and/or mathematics is not the most viable option, the LEAs were allowed to administer local assessments. Therefore, the 2020-2021 data between school years for the school, district, state are not an accurate comparison. As such, it is inappropriate to compare results of the 2020-2021 school year to other school years.
Subject School 2019-20 School 2020-21 District 2019-20 District 2020-21 State 2019-20 State 2020-21
English Language Arts/Literacy
(grades 3-8 and 11)
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
Mathematics
(grades 3-8 and 11)
N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A
 
2020-21 CAASPP Test Results in ELA by Student Group
This table displays CAASPP test results in ELA by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven taking and completing a state-administered assessment. The CDE will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment. In cases where the school administered a local assessment instead of CAASPP, the CDE will populate this table with “NT” values, meaning this school did not test students using the CAASPP. See the local assessment(s) table for more information.
CAASPP
Student Groups
CAASPP
Total Enrollment
CAASPP
Number Tested
CAASPP
Percent Tested
CAASPP
Percent Not Tested
CAASPP
Percent Met or Exceeded
All Students 238 1 0.42 99.58 --
Female 110 0 0 100 --
Male 128 1 0.78 99.22 --
American Indian or Alaska Native -- -- -- -- --
Asian -- -- -- -- --
Black or African American -- -- -- -- --
Filipino -- -- -- -- --
Hispanic or Latino 120 0 0 100 --
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0
Two or More Races 11 0 0 100 --
White 95 1 1.05 98.95 --
English Learners 63 0 0 100 --
Foster Youth -- -- -- -- --
Homeless -- -- -- -- --
Military 0 0 0 0 0
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 185 1 0.54 99.46 --
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 15 0 0 100 --
Students with Disabilities 43 1 2.33 97.67 --
 
2020-21 CAASPP Test Results in Math by Student Group
This table displays CAASPP test results in Math by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven taking and completing a state-administered assessment. The CDE will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment. In cases where the school administered a local assessment instead of CAASPP, the CDE will populate this table with “NT” values, meaning this school did not test students using the CAASPP. See the local assessment(s) table for more information.
CAASPP
Student Groups
CAASPP
Total Enrollment
CAASPP
Number Tested
CAASPP
Percent Tested
CAASPP
Percent Not Tested
CAASPP
Percent Met or Exceeded
All Students 238 1 0.42 99.58 --
Female 110 0 0.00 100.00 --
Male 128 1 0.78 99.22 --
American Indian or Alaska Native -- -- -- -- --
Asian -- -- -- -- --
Black or African American -- -- -- -- --
Filipino -- -- -- -- --
Hispanic or Latino 120 0 0.00 100.00 --
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0
Two or More Races 11 0 0.00 100.00 --
White 95 1 1.05 98.95 --
English Learners 63 0 0.00 100.00 --
Foster Youth -- -- -- -- --
Homeless -- -- -- -- --
Military 0 0 0 0 0
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 185 1 0.54 99.46 --
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 15 0 0.00 100.00 --
Students with Disabilities 43 1 2.33 97.67 --
 
2020-21 Local Assessment Test Results in ELA by Student Group
This table displays Local Assessment test results in Math by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven. LEAs/schools will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered a local assessment. In cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment, LEAs/schools will populate this table with “N/A” values in all cells, meaning this table is Not Applicable for this school.
STAR
Student Groups
STAR
Total Enrollment
STAR
Number Tested
STAR
Percent Tested
STAR
Percent Not Tested
STAR
Percent At or Above Grade Level
All Students 237 221 93 7 43
Female 109 101 93 7 43
Male 128 120 94 6 43
American Indian or Alaska Native -- -- -- -- --
Asian -- -- -- -- --
Black or African American -- -- -- -- --
Filipino -- -- -- -- --
Hispanic or Latino 121 115 95 5 29
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander -- -- -- -- --
Two or More Races -- -- -- -- --
White 94 85 90 10 61
English Learners 63 59 94 6 7
Foster Youth -- -- -- -- --
Homeless -- -- -- -- --
Military -- -- -- -- --
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 186 180 97 3 36
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 19 15 80 20 53
Students with Disabilities 45 34 76 24 12
* At or above the grade-level standard in the context of the local assessment administered.
2020-21 CAASPP Test Results in ELA by Student Group
This table displays CAASPP test results in ELA by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven taking and completing a state-administered assessment. The CDE will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment. In cases where the school administered a local assessment instead of CAASPP, the CDE will populate this table with “NT” values, meaning this school did not test students using the CAASPP. See the local assessment(s) table for more information.
CAASPP
Student Groups
CAASPP
Total Enrollment
CAASPP
Number Tested
CAASPP
Percent Tested
CAASPP
Percent Not Tested
CAASPP
Percent Met or Exceeded
All Students 238 1 0.42 99.58 --
Female 110 0 0 100 --
Male 128 1 0.78 99.22 --
American Indian or Alaska Native -- -- -- -- --
Asian -- -- -- -- --
Black or African American -- -- -- -- --
Filipino -- -- -- -- --
Hispanic or Latino 120 0 0 100 --
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0
Two or More Races 11 0 0 100 --
White 95 1 1.05 98.95 --
English Learners 63 0 0 100 --
Foster Youth -- -- -- -- --
Homeless -- -- -- -- --
Military 0 0 0 0 0
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 185 1 0.54 99.46 --
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 15 0 0 100 --
Students with Disabilities 43 1 2.33 97.67 --
 
2020-21 CAASPP Test Results in Math by Student Group
This table displays CAASPP test results in Math by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven taking and completing a state-administered assessment. The CDE will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment. In cases where the school administered a local assessment instead of CAASPP, the CDE will populate this table with “NT” values, meaning this school did not test students using the CAASPP. See the local assessment(s) table for more information.
CAASPP
Student Groups
CAASPP
Total Enrollment
CAASPP
Number Tested
CAASPP
Percent Tested
CAASPP
Percent Not Tested
CAASPP
Percent Met or Exceeded
All Students 238 1 0.42 99.58 --
Female 110 0 0.00 100.00 --
Male 128 1 0.78 99.22 --
American Indian or Alaska Native -- -- -- -- --
Asian -- -- -- -- --
Black or African American -- -- -- -- --
Filipino -- -- -- -- --
Hispanic or Latino 120 0 0.00 100.00 --
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0
Two or More Races 11 0 0.00 100.00 --
White 95 1 1.05 98.95 --
English Learners 63 0 0.00 100.00 --
Foster Youth -- -- -- -- --
Homeless -- -- -- -- --
Military 0 0 0 0 0
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 185 1 0.54 99.46 --
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 15 0 0.00 100.00 --
Students with Disabilities 43 1 2.33 97.67 --
 
2020-21 Local Assessment Test Results in ELA by Student Group
This table displays Local Assessment test results in ELA by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven. LEAs/schools will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered a local assessment. In cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment, LEAs/schools will populate this table with “N/A” values in all cells, meaning this table is Not Applicable for this school.
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Student Groups
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Total Enrollment
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Number Tested
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Percent Tested
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Percent Not Tested
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Percent At or Above Grade Level
All Students 237 221 93 7 43
Female 109 101 93 7 43
Male 128 120 94 6 43
American Indian or Alaska Native -- -- -- -- --
Asian -- -- -- -- --
Black or African American -- -- -- -- --
Filipino -- -- -- -- --
Hispanic or Latino 121 115 95 5 29
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander -- -- -- -- --
Two or More Races -- -- -- -- --
White 94 85 90 10 61
English Learners 63 59 94 6 7
Foster Youth -- -- -- -- --
Homeless -- -- -- -- --
Military -- -- -- -- --
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 186 180 97 3 36
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 19 15 80 20 53
Students with Disabilities 45 34 76 24 12
*At or above the grade-level standard in the context of the local assessment administered.
 
2020-21 Local Assessment Test Results in Math by Student Group
This table displays Local Assessment test results in Math by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven. LEAs/schools will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered a local assessment. In cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment, LEAs/schools will populate this table with “N/A” values in all cells, meaning this table is Not Applicable for this school.
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Student Groups
STAR
Total Enrollment
STAR
Number Tested
STAR
Percent Tested
STAR
Percent Not Tested
STAR
Percent At or Above Grade Level
All Students 237 223 94 6 29
Female 109 103 94 6 26
Male 128 120 94 6 30
American Indian or Alaska Native -- -- -- -- --
Asian -- -- -- -- --
Black or African American -- -- -- -- --
Filipino -- -- -- -- --
Hispanic or Latino 121 120 99 1 19
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander -- -- -- -- --
Two or More Races -- -- -- -- --
White 94 88 94 6 39
English Learners 63 61 97 3 5
Foster Youth -- -- -- -- --
Homeless -- -- -- -- --
Military -- -- -- -- --
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 186 181 97 3 25
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 19 14 74 26 29
Students with Disabilities 45 34 76 24 12
*At or above the grade-level standard in the context of the local assessment administered.
 
CAASPP Test Results in Science for All Students
This table displays the percentage of all students grades five, eight, and High School meeting or exceeding the State Standard.

The 2019-2020 data cells with N/A values indicate that the 2019-2020 data are not available due to the COVID-19 pandemic and resulting summative testing suspension. The Executive Order N-30-20 was issued which waived the assessment, accountability, and reporting requirements for the 2019-2020 school year.

For any 2020-2021 data cells with N/T values indicate that this school did not test students using the CAASPP Science.
Subject School
2019-20
School
2020-21
District
2019-20
District
2020-21
State
2019-20
State
2020-21
Science
(grades 5, 8 and high school)
N/A NT N/A NT N/A 28.72
 
2020-21 CAASPP Test Results in Science by Student Group
This table displays CAASPP test results in Science by student group for students grades five, eight, and High School. For any data cells with N/T values indicate that this school did not test students using the CAASPP Science.
Student Group Total Enrollment Number Tested Percent Tested Percent Not Tested Percent Met or Exceeded
All Students 57 NT NT NT NT
Female 29 NT NT NT NT
Male 28 NT NT NT NT
American Indian or Alaska Native -- NT NT NT NT
Asian 0 0 0 0 0
Black or African American 0 0 0 0 0
Filipino 0 0 0 0 0
Hispanic or Latino 26 NT NT NT NT
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0 0
Two or More Races -- NT NT NT NT
White 26 NT NT NT NT
English Learners 13 NT NT NT NT
Foster Youth -- NT NT NT NT
Homeless -- NT NT NT NT
Military 0 0 0 0 0
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 44 NT NT NT NT
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services -- NT NT NT NT
Students with Disabilities -- NT NT NT NT
 
B. Pupil Outcomes State Priority: Other Pupil Outcomes
  The SARC provides the following information relevant to the State priority: Other Pupil Outcomes (Priority 8): Pupil outcomes in the subject area of physical education.
 
2020-21 California Physical Fitness Test Results
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Physical Fitness Test was suspended during the 2020-2021 school year and therefore no data are reported and each cell in this table is populated with “N/A.”
Grade Level Percentage of Students Meeting Four of Six Fitness Standards Percentage of Students Meeting Five of Six Fitness Standards Percentage of Students Meeting Six of Six Fitness Standards
Grade 5 N/A N/A N/A
Grade 7 N/A N/A N/A
Grade 9 N/A N/A N/A
 
C. Engagement State Priority: Parental Involvement
  The SARC provides the following information relevant to the State priority: Parental Involvement (Priority 3): Efforts the school district makes to seek parent input in making decisions regarding the school district and at each school site.
 
2021-22 Opportunities for Parental Involvement
Parents meet monthly to plan fund raising and social events for the school. Each year they organize a Walk-a-thon in which all students participate and Read-a-thon. They use some of the funds to help bring assemblies to our school, update our playground, finance field trips, and help with our annual Book Fair.
 
Parents participate in the School Site Council, ELAC, and the District Advisory Committee. Our PTO President is Brooke Corning. The Parent Engagement Center (PEC) is staffed by the Family Liaison and is a localized place for parents to access information about the school, find support in helping their children, provides at home classroom support opportunities and learn about community resources in an effort to mitigate trauma and support student success.
 
The current situation with COVID-19 has closed our PEC. However, we continue to work hard to identify needs and bring our center to the parents at every opportunity.
  • Communication between the school and families was maintained through our school web-site, printed materials, direct phone calls, and the use of AERIES Parent Square for mass communications.
  • Principal provided information about Frank Zeek and the Common Core State Standards at PTO meetings, parent gatherings, Back To School Night, and mailings.
  • Last year's Back to School Night, Literacy Night, School Wide Book Fair, and school craft faire were cancelled due to COVID restrictions. They will resume when conditions allow.
  • Parent Teacher conferences were held online this year and have been well attended by Frank Zeek families.
  • When conditions allow, various grade levels perform for students and parents.
  • Quarterly Newsletters and updated website have been provided to parents in both English and Spanish. 
  • When conditions allow, there are frequent field trips and parent volunteer opportunities happen daily.
  • Multi cultural celebrations (such as Day of the Dead and Day of the Child) are a welcome addition to our calendar.
  • Students are recognized through awards assemblies (inc. Student of the Month and DELAC celebration).
 
2020-21 Chronic Absenteeism by Student Group
Student Group Cumulative Enrollment Chronic Absenteeism Eligible Enrollment Chronic Absenteeism Count Chronic Absenteeism Rate
All Students 474 464 34 7.3
Female 230 224 18 8.0
Male 244 240 16 6.7
American Indian or Alaska Native 12 12 3 25.0
Asian 2 2 0 0.0
Black or African American 3 3 0 0.0
Filipino 6 6 0 0.0
Hispanic or Latino 235 235 15 6.4
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0 0 0 0.0
Two or More Races 33 32 1 3.1
White 175 166 13 7.8
English Learners 121 121 14 11.6
Foster Youth 13 12 0 0.0
Homeless 12 12 4 33.3
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 359 352 32 9.1
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 36 36 2 5.6
Students with Disabilities 64 63 7 11.1
 
C. Engagement State Priority: School Climate
 
The SARC provides the following information relevant to the State priority: School Climate (Priority 6):
  • Pupil suspension rates;
  • Pupil expulsion rates; and
  • Other local measures on the sense of safety
 
 
Suspensions and Expulsions
This table displays suspensions and expulsions data collected between July through June, each full school year respectively.
Data collected during the 2020-21 school year may not be comparable to earlier years of this collection due to differences in learning mode instruction in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Subject School
2018-19
School
2020-21
District
2018-19
District
2020-21
State
2018-19
State
2020-21
Suspensions 0.39 0.00 6.97 0.13 3.47
0.20
Expulsions 0.00 0.00 0.45 0.00 0.08 0.00
This table displays suspensions and expulsions data collected between July through February, partial school year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The 2019-2020 suspensions and expulsions rate data are not comparable to other year data because the 2019-2020 school year is a partial school year due to the COVID-19 crisis. As such, it would be inappropriate to make any comparisons in rates of suspensions and expulsions in the 2019-2020 school year compared to other school years.
Subject School
2019-20
District
2019-20
State
2019-20
 
Suspensions 2.75 5.13 2.45
Expulsions 0.00 0.16 0.05
 
2020-21 Suspensions and Expulsions by Student Group
Student Group Suspensions Rate Expulsions Rate
All Students 0.00 0.00
Female 0.00 0.00
Male 0.00 0.00
American Indian or Alaska Native 0.00 0.00
Asian 0.00 0.00
Black or African American 0.00 0.00
Filipino 0.00 0.00
Hispanic or Latino 0.00 0.00
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander 0.00 0.00
Two or More Races 0.00 0.00
White 0.00 0.00
English Learners 0.00 0.00
Foster Youth 0.00 0.00
Homeless 0.00 0.00
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 0.00 0.00
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 0.00 0.00
Students with Disabilities 0.00 0.00
 
2021-22 School Safety Plan
Our Safe School Plan includes the following elements:
  • Annual Statistical Report
  • Child Abuse Reporting
  • Disaster procedures
  • Suspensions/Expulsions
  • Notification of Dangerous Pupils
  • Sexual Harassment Policy
  • Dress Code Prohibiting "Gang Related" Apparel
  • Student/Employee Safety to and From School
  • Safe/Orderly Environment
  • Discipline Rules and Procedures
  • and a Crisis Plan.
It is updated and reviewed annually. It was last discussed with faculty on Monday, Aug 16, 2021.
 
D. Other SARC Information Information Required in the SARC
  The information in this section is required to be in the SARC but is not included in the state priorities for LCFF.
 
2018-19 Elementary Average Class Size and Class Size Distribution
This table displays the 2018-19 average class size and class size distribution. The columns titled “Number of Classes” indicates how many classes fall into each size category (a range of total students per class). The “Other” category is for multi-grade level classes.
Grade Level Average
Class Size
Number of Classes with
1-20 Students
Number of Classes with
21-32 Students
Number of Classes with
33+ Students
K 24   4  
1 24   3  
2 24   3  
3 24   3  
4 30   3  
5 22 1 2  
6 21   6  
 
2019-20 Elementary Average Class Size and Class Size Distribution
This table displays the 2019-20 average class size and class size distribution. The columns titled “Number of Classes” indicates how many classes fall into each size category (a range of total students per class). The “Other” category is for multi-grade level classes.
Grade Level Average
Class Size
Number of Classes with
1-20 Students
Number of Classes with
21-32 Students
Number of Classes with
33+ Students
K 24   3  
1 24   2  
2 24   3  
3 24   3  
4 30   2  
5 30   2  
6 28   6  
Other 26   3  
 
2020-21 Elementary Average Class Size and Class Size Distribution
This table displays the 2020-21 average class size and class size distribution. The columns titled “Number of Classes” indicates how many classes fall into each size category (a range of total students per class). The “Other” category is for multi-grade level classes.
Grade Level Average Class Size Number of Classes with
1-20 Students
Number of Classes with
21-32 Students
Number of Classes with
33+ Students
K 19 4    
1 24   3  
2 23   3  
3 24   3  
4 27   2  
5 30   2  
6 26   6  
Other 24   1  
 
2020-21 Ratio of Pupils to Academic Counselor
This table displays the ratio of pupils to Academic Counselor. One full time equivalent (FTE) equals one staff member working full time; one FTE could also represent two staff members who each work 50 percent of full time.
Title Ratio
Pupils to Academic Counselor  
 
2020-21 Student Support Services Staff
This table displays the number of FTE support staff assigned to this school. One full time equivalent (FTE) equals one staff member working full time; one FTE could also represent two staff members who each work 50 percent of full time.
Title Number of FTE Assigned to School
Counselor (Academic, Social/Behavioral or Career Development) 0
Library Media Teacher (Librarian) 0
Library Media Services Staff (Paraprofessional) 0
Psychologist 0
Social Worker 0
Speech/Language/Hearing Specialist 0
Resource Specialist (non-teaching) 0
 
2019-20 Expenditures Per Pupil and School Site Teacher Salaries
This table displays the 2019-20 expenditures per pupil and average teach salary for this school. Cells with N/A values do not require data.
Level Total
Expenditures
Per Pupil
Expenditures
Per Pupil
(Restricted)
Expenditures
Per Pupil
(Unrestricted)
Average
Teacher
Salary
School Site 6789 2013 4776 69180
District N/A N/A 8786 $70,409
Percent Difference - School Site and District N/A N/A -59.1 -1.8
State     $8,444 $81,044
Percent Difference - School Site and State N/A N/A -55.5 -15.8
 
2020-21 Types of Services Funded
All students are provided the core program in the areas of Reading, English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Health, Visual/Performing Arts, and Physical Education. Students who qualify receive support in English Language Development. In addition, identified students receive support services through categorical funds.
 
2019-20 Teacher and Administrative Salaries
This table displays the 2019-20 Teacher and Administrative salaries. For detailed information on salaries, see the CDE Certification Salaries & Benefits web page.
Category District
Amount
State Average
for Districts
in Same Category
Beginning Teacher Salary $48, 226 $51,029
Mid-Range Teacher Salary $68,261 $78,583
Highest Teacher Salary $93,482 $99,506
Average Principal Salary (Elementary) $115,096 $124,576
Average Principal Salary (Middle) $128,751 $131,395
Average Principal Salary (High) $139,352 $144,697
Superintendent Salary $197,733 $240,194
Percent of Budget for Teacher Salaries 34% 34%
Percent of Budget for Administrative Salaries 6% 6%
 
Professional Development
Throughout the year teachers meet at their grade level to examine data and instructional strategies as they relate to student achievement and improving instruction. UUSD negotiated with UTA to provide early release time each Wednesday of the school year. Other than the first and fifth Wednesdays each month (reserved for staff meetings), teachers meet in grade level PLC teams to analyze data and develop strategies for improving their teaching. At a minimum, teachers meet three times each year with ELD and Reading Intervention Staff to discuss the progress of their students who are receiving pullout intervention support. Teachers for each grade level also share a common prep period for collaboration with their team. The district developed a Leadership Network team, which contains teachers and administration from every site, to participate in professional development in a Professional Learning Community (PLCs) to guide and direct site staff in best practices. Leadership Network teachers attend in-services and bring back training to staff regarding improving learning and instruction. Staff also have the opportunity to attend low cost/free workshops on education law and other topics through our county offices of education.The principal utilizes at 90/10 goal approach to staff meetings (90%PD, 10% business). The PD topics in staff meetings are PLC and CCSS support in nature, determined by data and have included strategies for examining data and restorative techniques. Due to evidentiary support in academic research, there is a priority focus on the development of highly effective PLCs. The principal provides on site PD to the classified staff on topics determined by need once per month through a modified Professional Learning Community model. Due to COVID-19, training has also included best practice in Distance Learning and Hybrid Learning, as well as the technology skills needed to teach in these models.

This table displays the number of school days dedicated to staff development and continuous improvement.
Subject 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
Number of school days dedicated to Staff Development and Continuous Improvement 5 5 6
 
Ukiah Unified School District
2020-21 Local Accountability Report Card (LARC) Addendum
 
Local Accountability Report Card (LARC) Addendum
2020-21 Local Accountability Report Card (LARC) Addendum Overview
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On July 14, 2021, the California State Board of Education (SBE) determined that the California Department of Education (CDE) will use the SARC as the mechanism to conduct a one-time data collection of the LEA-level aggregate test results of all school’s local assessments administered during the 2020–2021 school year in order to meet the federal Every Students Succeeds Act (ESSA) reporting requirement for the Local Educational Agency Accountability Report Cards (LARCs).
 
Each local educational agency (LEA) is responsible for preparing and posting their annual LARC in accordance with the federal ESSA. As a courtesy, the CDE prepares and posts the LARCs on behalf of all LEAs.
 
Only for the 2020–2021 school year and the 2020–2021 LARCs, LEAs are required to report their aggregate local assessments test results at the LEA-level to the CDE by populating the tables below via the SARC. These data will be used to meet the LEAs’ federal requirement for their LARCs. Note that it is the responsibility of the school and LEA to ensure that all student privacy and suppression rules are in place when reporting data in Tables 3 and 4 in the Addendum, as applicable.
 
The tables below are not part of the SBE approved 2020–2021 SARC template but rather are the mechanism by which these required data will be collected from LEAs.
 
For purposes of the LARC and the following tables, an LEA is defined as a school district, a county office of education, or a direct funded charter school.
 
2021-22 District Contact Information
District Name Ukiah Unified School District
Phone Number (707) 472-5000
Superintendent Debra Kubin
Email Address [email protected]
District Website Address www.uusd.net
 
2020-21 CAASPP Test Results in ELA by Student Group
This table displays CAASPP test results in ELA by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven taking and completing a state-administered assessment. The CDE will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment. In cases where the school administered a local assessment instead of CAASPP, the CDE will populate this table with “NT” values, meaning this school did not test students using the CAASPP. See the local assessment(s) table for more information.
CAASPP
Student Groups
CAASPP
Total Enrollment
CAASPP
Number Tested
CAASPP
Percent Tested
CAASPP
Percent Not Tested
CAASPP
Percent Met or Exceeded
All Students 3165 35 1.11 98.89 2.86
Female 1515 10 0.66 99.34 --
Male 1649 25 1.52 98.48 4.00
American Indian or Alaska Native 164 7 -- 95.73 --
Asian 17 1 5.88 94.12 --
Black or African American 22 1 4.55 95.45 --
Filipino 20 1 5.00 95.00 --
Hispanic or Latino 1754 16 0.91 99.09 6.25
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander -- -- -- -- --
Two or More Races 121 0 0.00 100.00 --
White 1066 9 0.84 99.16 --
English Learners 699 1 0.14 99.86 --
Foster Youth 56 4 7.14 92.86 --
Homeless 172 4 2.33 97.67 --
Military -- -- -- -- --
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 2574 29 1.13 98.87 3.45
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 175 3 1.71 98.29 --
Students with Disabilities 429 35 8.16 91.84 2.86
 
2020-21 CAASPP Test Results in Math by Student Group
This table displays CAASPP test results in Math by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven taking and completing a state-administered assessment. The CDE will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment. In cases where the school administered a local assessment instead of CAASPP, the CDE will populate this table with “NT” values, meaning this school did not test students using the CAASPP. See the local assessment(s) table for more information.
CAASPP
Student Groups
CAASPP
Total Enrollment
CAASPP
Number Tested
CAASPP
Percent Tested
CAASPP
Percent Not Tested
CAASPP
Percent Met or Exceeded
All Students 3165 31 0.98 99.02 3.23
Female 1515 9 0.59 99.41 --
Male 1649 22 1.33 98.67 4.55
American Indian or Alaska Native 164 6 -- 96.34 --
Asian 17 1 5.88 94.12 --
Black or African American 22 1 4.55 95.45 --
Filipino 20 1 5.00 95.00 --
Hispanic or Latino 1754 15 0.86 99.14 0.00
Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander -- -- -- -- --
Two or More Races 121 0 0.00 100.00 --
White 1066 7 0.66   --
English Learners 699 1 0.14 99.86 --
Foster Youth 56 3 5.36 94.64 --
Homeless 172 4 2.33 97.67 --
Military -- -- -- -- --
Socioeconomically Disadvantaged 2574 26 1.01 98.99 3.85
Students Receiving Migrant Education Services 175 2 1.14 98.86 --
Students with Disabilities 429 31 7.23 92.77 3.23
 
2020-21 Local Assessment Test Results in ELA by Student Group
This table displays Local Assessment test results in ELA by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven. LEAs/schools will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered a local assessment. In cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment, LEAs/schools will populate this table with “N/A” values in all cells, meaning this table is Not Applicable for this school.

*At or above the grade-level standard in the context of the local assessment administered.
 
2020-21 Local Assessment Test Results in Math by Student Group
This table displays Local Assessment test results in Math by student group for students grades three through eight and grade eleven. LEAs/schools will populate this table for schools in cases where the school administered a local assessment. In cases where the school administered the CAASPP assessment, LEAs/schools will populate this table with “N/A” values in all cells, meaning this table is Not Applicable for this school.
 
*At or above the grade-level standard in the context of the local assessment administered.