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Local Education Agency Plan (LEA Plan) 2015

The Local Education Agency Plan reports the district's action steps in providing corrective actions to support student achievement and district goals for Title 1 and Title 3 programs.

 

LEA Plan Addendum with Title III Revision.pdf

 

ELSD Enclosure 4- 2014 budget template TITLE III Submission.pdf
 

State and Federal Programs

EVERY STUDENT SUCCEED ACT (ESSA) DRAFT STATE PLAN

In December 2015 President Obama signed into law the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA, 2015), which is the reauthorization and replacement of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA, 1965), also know as No Child Left Behind (NCLB, 2001).  In this law, each state must develop a plan that details how the law will be implemented in their state.  The California Department of Education is currently in the public comment period and we would like to encourage all staff members to become familiar with the ESSA California State Plan and provide public comment. 

 

Below are some resources for all stakeholders to become familiar with the Draft ESSA State Plan, including opportunities across the state to participate in informational meetings.  Additional materials can be found here:

ESSA Draft Plan Session.pdf, and ESSA 2016–17 School Year Transition Plan - Every Student Succeeds Act (CA Dept of Education).pdf

 

ESSA Update

 

Public Comment Period on Draft ESSA State Plan

The California Department of Education and the State Board of Education are pleased to announce the start of the public comment period on California’s Draft Every Student Succeeds Act State Plan. The public comment period begins today, May 22, 2017, and will end on June 30, 2017. All members of the public are encouraged to review the Phase IV Draft ESSA State Plan Public Comment Toolkit, which includes the complete draft plan, videos explaining the contents of the plan, facilitator instructions, and the public comment survey.

 

During the public comment period, CDE staff is collaborating with county offices of education (COEs) and education organizations to host regional and online stakeholder meetings to review the contents of the draft State Plan and the public comment process. Below you will find information for regional stakeholder meetings, including links to registration. Please feel free to promote these events by posting or distributing the event flyer (PDF).

 

Other county offices of education, districts, schools, community-based and civil rights organizations, and all other interested educational stakeholders are encouraged to host stakeholder meetings for the constituents they serve. Suggestions and tools are available in the facilitator instructions in the public comment toolkit.

 

Date/Time

Location

Registration

June 7
6–8 p.m.

San Diego County Office of Education
6401 Linda Vista Road
San Diego, CA 92111-7319

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June 8
9–11 a.m.

San Diego County Office of Education
6401 Linda Vista Road
San Diego, CA 92111-7319

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June 12
10 a.m.–12 p.m.

Alameda County Office of Education
313 West Winton Avenue
Hayward, CA 94544

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June 14
6–8 p.m.

Los Angeles County Office of Education
9300 Imperial Hwy - EC 281
Downey, CA 90242

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June 15
9–11 a.m.

Los Angeles County Office of Education
9300 Imperial Hwy - EC 281
Downey, CA 90242

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June 21
3–4:30 p.m.

Webinar

June 21 Webinar Registration External link opens in new window or tab.

June 24
10–11:30 a.m.

Saturday Webinar

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The Department of State and Federal Programs is Responsible for:

  • Ensuring compliance with state and federal entitlement grants,by providing guidance in understanding, interpreting and applying information to improve instructional programs.
  • Disseminating grant and funding allocations. 
  • Reviewing and processing grant requests for department and school sites. 
  • Providing evaluations to comply with state and federal funding and program guidelines to district administrators with timely reports to the California Department of Education.

For more information about State and Federal Programs, please contact the following Educational Services Department members:

Title 1: Barbara DeBarger, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services-- bdebarger@slzusd.org, or call at 510-317-4706 or Dr. Pam VandeKamp, Coordinator of State and Federal Programs-- pvandekamp@slzusd.org, 510-317-4798

Title 3: Dr. Katarin Jurich, Director of Assessment and English Learner Programs-- kjurich@slzusd.org, or call at 510-317-4734 or Pam VandeKamp, Coordinator of State and Federal Programs-- pvandekamp@slzusd.org, 510-317-4798

After School & Safety Education Program (ASES), Private Schools, Dr. Pam VandeKamp, Coordinator of State and Federal Programs, pvandekamp@slzusd.org, 510-317-4798 

Homeless Program Dr. Ammar Saheli, Director of Student Services, (510) 317-4774 

After School Programs

Schools in the San Lorenzo Unified School District have a variety of after school programs that are school or community sponsored or state and federally funded. Examples of after school programs include after school sports, on-site care programs, homework clubs, Boys and Girls club, the QUAD program and other clubs at the high school level based on interest groups. Please contact your child's school for more detailed information on after school program options available on campus and how to enroll.

After School Care Programs (Elementary)

Bay Elementary, Corvallis Elementary, Del Rey Elementary, Grant Elementary--Adventure Time

Dayton Elementary--Kid's Club

 

State Funded After School Programs

ASES Program Locations:

Colonial Acres Elementary School, Hesperian Elementary, Hillside Elementary, Lorenzo Manor Elementary--Boys and Girls Club

Edendale Middle School--QUAD Program

 

Information about the state and federal program evaluation can be provided upon request. Please contact the Educational Services Department at 317-4700.

State and Federal Programs Staff

Donaldson, Kay
Administrative Assistant
VandeKamp, Pam
Coordinator, State & Federal Programs
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Additional Information

Additional information about state and federal grants is available at California Department of Education at :              http://www.cde.ca.gov/