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  • November 16, 2015

    2016-17 Open Enrollment Theresa Doran, Coordinator

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    What is Open Enrollment? An annual application process with two random lotteries

    A different campus might offer a child a specialized program or focus that better meets interests

    Best educational fitthe most enriching and empowering education possible

    Many new families are making PUSD their first choice in education

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Attendance Boundaries Every family has schools of residence based on home address

    Check PUSD (School Locator) and City of Pasadena web sites If choosing school of residence, no application needed

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Checklist q Learn about PUSD programs and schools

    q Tour schools, attend school events

    q Think of what your family needs

    q Select a school or schools that meet your needs q View School Profiles online at pusd.us

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Results Summary

    2013-14

    2014-15

    2015-16

    Projected Spaces 3334 3329 2771

    Lo=ery Par>cipants 2197 2299 1st 1867 2nd 560

    2427*

    Placements Via Lo=ery

    1713 1870 1st 1450 2nd 411

    1861

    Students Not Placed Following Lo=ery

    307 429 1st 417 2nd 149

    566* less duplicates=431

    Late Applica>ons-Second Lo=ery

    NA 344 560

    Placements Off Waitlists 120 520 NA

    Total Placed 1833 2583

    1861

    Registered 1470 1126 *Includes duplicates-families applied in both loBeries

    14-15 15-16 Difference

    1st 1276 1187 -89 2nd 354 385 +31 3rd 168 206 +38 4th 56 74 +18 5th 16 9 -7

    Placements by Choice

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Innovative Programs K-8 Unique school programs

    Dual Language Immersion: Spanish & Mandarin Chinese International Baccalaureate Programme STEM and Arts Magnets

    Innovative Programs 9-12 College & Career Academies International Baccalaureate Programme Dual Enrollment with Pasadena City College Advanced Placement Programs

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Dear Students and Parents: Thank you for your interest in PUSDs College & Career Pathways! It is our mission to ensure all students have the skills, aBributes and experiences that will prepare them for college, careers and life. The key to our success in these endeavors is student, faculty, business and community involvement in creaWng a vital and s>mula>ng learning environment.

    __________________________________________________________________

    Arts, Entertainment & Media CreaWve Arts, Media & Design Health Careers Law & Public Service APP Academy

    Engineering & Environmental Science Business & Entrepreneurship Culinary Arts & Hospitality

    Academy for CreaWve Industries

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Eligibility Dates Kindergarten: 5 years old by September 1, 2016 Transitional Kindergarten: 5 years old between

    September 2-December 2, 2016

    Expanded Transitional Kinder: 5 years old between

    December 3, 2016-June 2017

    First Grade: 6 years old on or before September 1, 2016

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Three Phases A student who registers during any phase is pre-enrolled for

    2016-17 and may not participate in any other phase

    1. Priority Phase, November 5-20

    2. Application for First Lottery, January 12-February 2

    3. Application for Second Lottery, April 4-8

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Priority Phase Siblings of students enrolled at a school of choice:

    brothers/sisters reside together, attend school together

    Willard 5th graders transitioning to 6th for International Baccalaureate at Blair (do not live in attendance area)

    Dual Language Immersion Pre-K and 5th graders continuing in DLIP, transitioning to next grade

    Registration takes place at the school

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Projections List of all open seats in schools and programs

    Based on enrollment trends, demographic data, priority registrations

    Posted online prior to January 12th and April 4th openenrollment.info Second lottery: unregistered seats, unused

    employee spots, possibly slight admin adjustments

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    First Lottery Online Application January 12-February 2, 2016

    www.openenrollment.info No advantage if first to apply Up to 5 choices per child; do not choose school of residence Midnight deadline on February 2 Random lottery

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Second Lottery Online Application April 4-8, 2016

    www.openenrollment.info Spots not filled following first lottery Short window of time to apply Student cannot be registered via a previous phase Last chance!

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Permit-only Schools and Programs Available only through Open Enrollment Do not have attendance boundaries* Do have neighborhood preference

    q Marshall Fundamental School 6-12 q Dual Language Immersion Program Spanish at San Rafael q Dual Language Immersion Program Mandarin Chinese at Field

    q *Jackson Magnet Dual Language Academy has attendance boundaries, but its Spanish Dual Language Immersion Program is permit only with neighborhood preference

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Neighborhood Preference Prescribed preference zones (School Locator)

    50% of projected seats are set aside for students living in zones

    Students who qualify go through lottery first for x number of seats

    If there are more students than seats set aside, then student goes through the regular lottery

    Permit school must be #1 choice on application

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    PUSD Employee Preference Apply at the same time as PUSD residents Offered 10% of projected spots Must be full-time monthly employees Employee spots not taken are added to second lottery

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Notifications & Registration Placement notification will be posted online and mailed

    following each of the two lotteries

    To accept placement, registration happens at the school accepted to with all required documents

    Seat is forfeited if not registered on time Once registeredpre-enrolledno other

    applications can be submitted PUSD considers US Mail not returned to the

    District as notification delivered

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Required Documents to Register Birth CerWficate ImmunizaWon record Recent uWlity bill in parent/guardian name Mortgage statement, rental/lease agreement or property

    tax bill in parent/guardian name IEP* if applicable Assessment if applicable-Dual Language naWve speaker Transcript (APP Academy, middle and high school students

    not currently in PUSD) *Individualized EducaWon Program

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Waitlist for Unfilled Seats Following the second lottery only, for students not

    selected for any of their choices

    Name will be added to wait list for their first choice If not all second lottery students register, seats will

    be offered to first, then subsequent students on list Families will be notified by phone; 3 attempts to call If email provided, one email will be sent

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Out-of-District Students Welcomed Applications of Interest for Signature Programs April 4-8

    Open Enrollment is for Pasadena, Altadena, Sierra Madre, portion of San Gabriel (County) residents

    Non-resident students offered enrollment once PUSD students are placed

    Non-residents may also apply for schools with unfilled seats beginning May 2, 2016

    Interdistrict permits based on Board Policy 5117

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    The Master Plan and Open Enrollment Survey and other outcomes will influence 2017-18

    Canvas other districts Look at best practices Enrollment Advisory Committee Recommendations by end of year

  • 2016-17 Open Enrollment Office of Enrollment, Permits & Student Records

    Make PUSD Your First Choice Award-winning schools

    Neighborhood schools, Magnet schools, Dual Language and IB schools

    World-class education opportunities with world-class partnerships

    Transportation for most Signature Programs College-going district Tuition Free

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