Family Engagement and Education Opportunities
The State of California requires local school districts to establish a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP plan is to be developed with feedback and input from community stakeholder groups--staff, parents and students, with a focus on achieving more equitable outcomes for English learners, students in families with low income, Foster children, Homeless children, African American, Latino/Hispanic and students with disabilities. The LCAP must be approved by the Governing Board in June of 2019. We are always looking for families to become involved in this informational and advisory committee--please visit our webpage for more information http://www.slzusd.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1214930&type=d&pREC_ID=1463645
District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC)
Mission: The African American Family Advisory Council will create a nurturing and safe environment, honoring the development of positive racial identity attitudes that value family voice and experiences, through the intentional efforts of culturally responsive relationships. We will cultivate rich opportunities for dialogue between African American families and school staff, reducing insensitive conversations/interactions, while improving districtwide cultural competence, positive interaction, and systemic navigation.
Vision: As a result of the African American Family Advisory Council, students of African descent will show growth in academic achievement measures, Advanced Placement class enrollment, A-G course fulfillment, attendance and graduation rates, and declines in chronic absenteeism, disciplinary referrals, suspensions, and feelings of disconnectedness and institutional oppression.