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LCAP Portal 2013-14

The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a required component of the Local Control Funding Formula provided by the state of California to local school districts. The LCAP plan is to be written and developed  with feedback and input from community stakeholder groups--staff, parents and students will be asked to provide input on eight different components of the LCAP plan. The San Lorenzo Unified School District will be forming committees and feedback forums beginning in January, 2014. This website will post meeting documents and feedback throughout the LCAP development process.

LCAP Input/Data Gathering

LCAP Survey Responses

Staff, Parent and Community Engagement Meetings

Bay Elementary      

 

Basic Services
Parent Involvement
Student Achievement 
Student Engagement

Colonial Acres Elementary

Staff

Parent/Community Input

Corvallis Elementary

Staff

Parent/Community Input

Dayton Elementary

Staff

Parent/Community Input

Del Rey Elementary

Staff

Parent/Community Input

Grant Elementary

Staff

Parent/Community Input

Hesperian Elementary

Staff

Parent/Community Input

Hillside Elementary

Staff

Parent/Community Input

Lorenzo Manor Elementary

Staff

Parent/Community Input

 

 

 

Bohannon Middle

Staff

Parent/Community Input

Edendale Middle

Staff

Parent/Community Input

Washington Manor Middle

Staff

Parent/Community Input

 

 

 

Arroyo High

Staff

Parent/Community Input

East Bay Arts High

Staff

Parent/Community Input

Royal Sunset High

Staff

Parent/Community Input

San Lorenzo High

Staff

Parent/Community Input

 

 

 

Community Meeting

 

Parent/Community Input

DELAC/DAC

 

Parent/Community Input

Special Education Staff

 

Staff Input

District Office Staff - Morning Session    

 

Staff Input

District Office Staff - Afternoon Session

 

Staff Input

January 23, 2014 Engagement Committee Meeting

January 22, 2014 Steering Committee Meeting

November 1 Staff Development Day--School Site Response Charts
On November 1, all school sites were asked to provide input on what they felt the most important priorities of the district are in terms of student achievement to help provide an initial focus for our work on the LCAP. This is a starting point for our district, which will contribute to our development of the final plan. Each school created responses to the questions, which are attached in the links below.

LCAP Planning Calendar

LCAP COMMITTEES & MEETINGS

Recursos del LCAP Plan Local de Control de la Responsabilidad Asignada

California Department of Education--LCFF and LCAP Links

Presentations to the School Board

Investment Areas

District Data