Presentation on theme: "Local Control Funding Formula & Local Control Accountability Plan Stakeholders Meeting March 12, 2014."— Presentation transcript:
Local Control Funding Formula & Local Control Accountability Plan Stakeholders Meeting March 12, 2014
Why We Are Here… The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Three year plan which must be adopted in conjunction with the annual budget Based on state priorities Identifies district annual goals Specifies services, actions or programs Lists and describes expenditures serving low income, English learners, and foster youth
The Local Control Accountability Plan Levels of Engagement as Required by Statute Parents
Why We Are Here This Evening… To review and discuss input from the last meeting… Identify areas of priority Begin to develop goals and desired outcomes Begin to develop proposed activities, programs, services, and expenditures.
Some student Responses… If you could enroll in your “dream course” that would help you learn information relevant to your future academic or career interest, what would it be? A little summary of student input from a guiding question…
Agenda 6:30 – Welcome & General Information Review Effective Schools Characteristics, Board Goals, State Priorities… Preliminary identification of district priorities 6:50 - Break-out into smaller groups to review stakeholder input, identify primary needs/areas of focus, categorize by priority 7:45 – Reconvene to identify district priorities (based on discussion) 8:00 - Adjourn
What are the Characteristics of Effective Schools? A Clear and Shared Focus High Standards and Expectations for All Students Effective School Leadership High Levels of Collaboration and Communication Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessments Aligned with State Standards Frequent Monitoring of Learning and Teaching Focused Professional Development Supportive Learning Environment High Levels of Family and Community Involvement Lezotte, L.W. (1991)
CUHSD Strategic Goals Increase achievement for all students, narrow the gap between high and low performing student subgroups, and increase the graduation rate of all students Implement Common Core State Standards (CCSS) across all content areas. Effectively use technology to improve student learning and achievement. Improve communication among all stakeholders. Implement professional growth opportunities for staff that will develop future leaders. Support school district priorities while maintaining compliance with established fiscal policies.
Teacher Qualifications & Adequate Materials Student Engagement School Climate Implementation of Common Core Standards Parent Involvement Student Achievement Course Access Other Student Outcomes California’s State Priorities
California State Priorities Conditions of Learning Implementation of State Standards: implementation of academic content and performance standards (Common Core State Standards) adopted by the state board for all pupils including English Learners Course access: pupil enrollment in a broad course of study that includes all of the subject areas described in Education Code 51220 (English, Social Sci, Foreign Language, PE, Science, Math, Art, Applied Art, CTE)
California State Priorities Pupil Outcomes Pupil achievement: performance on standardized tests, percent of pupils that are college and career ready, percent of ELs that become English proficient, percent of pupils that pass Advanced Placement exams with a 3 or higher, number of pupils determined prepared for college by the Early Assessment Program. Other pupil outcomes: pupil outcomes in the subject areas described in Education Code
California State Priorities Engagement Parent involvement: parent input in decision making and parent participation in programs for unduplicated pupils and special need subgroups. Pupil engagement: school attendance rates, chronic absenteeism rates, dropout rates, graduations rates. School climate: pupil suspension rates, pupil expulsion rates, other local measures including surveys of pupils, parents and teachers on the sense of safety and school connectedness
Identifying CUHSD Priorities Activity Each individual will be provided two yellow sticky dots. Based on your own perception of which of the state priorities are the most important areas of focus for our district, place your dots on the corresponding posters on the wall. Pick up one of the colored handouts. The color determines what room you’ll be in for the small group session.
Next Meeting… March 26 th at Central Union High School We hope to see you there!