• District Process for Input and Data Gathering:

    In the 2013-14 school year, the district worked with Key Data Systems to complete a comprehensive needs assessments. In March 2013, a Local Educational Agency Plan was developed to address the findings of this needs assessment and submitted to the California Department of Education for approval. In addition, the district completed a state audit of its federal programs and revised its English Learner Master Plan to ensure alignment of English learner services to federal expectations. Parent and staff input was solicited throughout the needs assessment and plan development process. These documents are the foundation upon which we began our work on the LCAP.

    District Technical Assistance Needs Assessment January 2013:

    Local Educational Agency Plan March 2013:

    District English Learner Master Plan June 2013:

    LCAP Adoption Timeline

    }  January: Governors’ Budget and LCAP Expenditure Regulations released

    }  Februaryand March: Staff consults with Stakeholder groups to develop LCAP

    }  April: Draft LCAP presented to all groups for review and comment

    }  May: Revised LCAP presented to the Board

    }  June: Final LCAP presented for Board approval

     

    Opportunities for Community Input:

    Stakeholder input will be solicited from members of the following groups during their regular meetings in March and April.

    }  Superintendent’s Council

    }  English Learner Advisory Committees &District English Learner Advisory Committee

    }  School Site Councils

    }  Parent Teacher Associations

    }  Education Summits

    }  Bargaining Units