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Expected Schoolwide Learning Results

The Expected Schoolwide Learning Results (ESLRs) are designed to align with California State Content Standards. They reflect the skills each student is expected to be able to demonstrate with mastery upon graduation from Arena Continuation/Virtual High School.
 
ARENA/VIRTUAL ESLRS
 
 
Achieve academic competency
• In all core subjects
• Create and maintain a graduate portfolio
• Demonstrate a diversity of course study
 
 
Measurement Tools:
Academic grades
CAASPP scores
Portfolios of student work
Number of students enrolled in enrichment classes
 
 
Relate critical and creative thinking skills to real life
• Organize and prioritize information
• Solve complex problems and make informed decisions
• Access and analyze resources effectively
 
 
Measurement Tools: 
Academic grades
CAASPP scores
Portfolios of student work
Number of discipline referrals
Number of suspensions
Number of students employed
 
 
Exhibit personal responsibility and good citizenship
• Work well in team situations
• Adjust to structure, authority and change
• Develop and apply short and long term goals
• Know citizenship rights, duties, and privileges locally and globally
 
 
Measurement Tools:
Number of students employed
Teacher reports
Attendance Data
Number of discipline referrals
Number of suspensions
Health Kids Survey Data
 
 
 
 
Note challenges and adapt accordingly
• Respond effectively to verbal and written communication
• Develop listening skills
• Express opinions appropriately
 
 
Measurement Tools:
Number of discipline referrals
Number of suspensions
Number of students employed
 
 
Attain skills for successful postsecondary education and/or employment
• Investigate college/career opportunities
• Establish action plan of goals to accomplish objectives
• Understand resume building, job interview and job retention requirements
 
 
Measurement Tools:
Number of students enrolled in SoCalROC
Number of students employed
Portfolios of student work
Data on Arena graduates