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School Improvement

Title I Schools Notification


To Parents/Guardians of Students at Seaside Middle / Los Arboles / Ord Terrace/ Crumpton / DRW/ Marina Vista / King / Highland: 

Your child is attending a school receiving Title I federal funds through the No Child Left Behind Act (in English, referred to as NCLB). This Federal law requires that parents be notified of their right to know the professional qualifications of their child's teacher(s) in core academic subject areas, including the following:

1. The type of state credential or license that the teacher holds. Some teachers will have a credential in a particular subject area, such as English or mathematics, and others will have a multiple subject credential, which allows them to teach a variety of subjects, such as in elementary schools.

2. The education level and subject area of the teacher’s college degree(s). All teachers have a bachelor’s degree, and many teachers have graduate degrees beyond the bachelor’s, such as a masters or doctoral degree.

In addition to the qualifications of the teacher, if a paraprofessional (teacher’s aide) provides your child services, you may also request information about his or her qualifications. Many paraprofessionals have two years of college, and others have passed a test that verifies their qualifications.

If you would like this information, please contact Dr. Michael Bachicha at 831-392-3936.  

Thank you.

School Improvement provides a data-driven, research-based framework for defining goals and objectives for improving student learning and for selecting and implementing strategies to improve the instructional and organizational effectiveness of every school.  

Below you will find a PowerPoint and Timeline that outlines Monterey Peninsula Unified School District's Plan to Target School Improvement.  

For further information from the California Department of Education and the United States Department of Education, select the following link:

School Improvement

MPUSD School Improvement Grant Timelines and Outline
Communication with Stakeholders - School / Program Improvement  
School Improvement Grant (SIG) Powerpoint  
Program Improvement for SIG  
SIG Grant Narrative  


Guidelines for Single Plans for Student Achievement. For the complete guidelines for Single Plans and LEAP Plans, go the the following link. 


Accountibility Reports

Accountability Progress Reporting (APR)

For API, AYP and Program Improvement Status, click here:


School Improvement Grant Powerpoint

School Improvement Grant
Click here: SIG Download

School Accountablilty Report Cards (SARC)