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Program Improvement Information

Program Improvement Information

The San Lorenzo Unified School District receives federal Title 1 funding to support schools in our district who qualify for them based on the number of students who receive free or reduced price lunches. Schools in Title 1 are expected to make Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) on our state assessments in order to avoid this designation. However, over time, most Title 1 schools in California, and in the US are now in Program Improvement Status. Additionally, with the onset of the Common Core State Standards and our new CASSP assessment system, Program Improvement is in a holding pattern, with no way to move in or out of Program Improvement at this time.

We in San Lorenzo are maintaining our Program Improvement programs and services, per Federal law, as described in our Board Policies on Title 1 programs and Program Improvement. Please click on the links below to find out more about our policies.

BP6171 Title 1.pdf -- Title 1 Board Policy

AR6171Title 1.pdf -- Title 1 Administrative Regulations

BP0520.2 Title 1 Program Improvement Schools.rtf --Title 1 Program Improvement Schools Board Policy

AR0520.2 Title 1 Program Improvement Schools.rtf -- Title 1 Program Improvement Schools Administrative Regulations

Local Education Agency Plan (LEA Plan)

The Local Education Agency Plan, or LEA Plan, is a plan created by school districts who have been identified as Program Improvement, per the federal ESEA rules under No Child Left Behind. The purpose of the LEA Plan is to develop an integrated, coordinated set of actions that LEAs (school districts) will take to ensure that they meet certain programmatic requirements, including student academic services designed to increase student achievement and performance, coordination of services, needs assessments, consultations, school choice, supplemental services, services to homeless students, and others as required. The San Lorenzo Unified School District LEA Plan is updated yearly; please click on the attached link to find the latest approved plan. LEA Plan 2015.doc