Placerville Union School District LCAP Development Plan February 12, 2014 Local Control and Accountability Plan - LCAP On or before July 1, 2014, the District must adopt the LCAP using the state template The District’s LCAP must include a description of the following: Annual Goals and Progress Indicators to measure student outcomes Actions, services and expenditures designed to improve student learning Process used to engage parents, teachers, administrators, staff, students, unions, and other stakeholders 1 Eight Priority Areas Student Achievement • Performance on standardized and district tests • Score on Academic Performance Index • Students receiving a 4 or 5 on Standards Based Report Cards • Students receiving an A or B on Graded Report Card • Share of English learners who become English proficient • English learner reclassification rate School Climate • • • • Implementation of Positive Behavior Intervention Systems Student suspension and expulsion rates Discipline Referral Information Student participation in school clubs and activities Parent Involvement Student Engagement Student Engagement School attendance rates • School Attendance Rates Chronic absenteeism rates. • Chronic Absenteeism Rates Middle and High school drop out rates. High school graduation rates. Other Student Outcomes • Other indicators of student performance • Efforts to seek parent input • Promotion of parent participation • Percentage of parents involved in P/T Conferences Basic Services • Percentage of properly credentialed teachers • Student access to standards-aligned instructional materials • Facilities in good repair Implementation of Common Core State Standards • Implementation of CCSS for all students including EL, SPED Course Access • Student access and enrollment in all required areas of study Which students are monitored in the LCAP? 3 All students LCFF provides additional funding for supplemental services for students who qualify for the National School Lunch Program, English learners, and foster youth (an unduplicated count) “Numerically significant subgroups” = 30 students or more with valid test scores in any group except foster youth, which requires 15 or more Adopting and Updating the LCAP 2 3 1 Consultation with: • Teachers • Principals • School personnel • Pupils • Local bargaining units Present for review and comment to: • Parent advisory committee (PAC) • English learner parent advisory committee (ELPAC) • The superintendent must respond in writing to comments received Opportunity for public input: • Notice of the opportunity to submit written comment • Public hearing • The superintendent must respond in writing to comments received 4 4 Adoption of the plan: • Adopted concurrent with the Districts budget • Submitted to COE for approval • Posted on district website • COE posts LCAP for each district/ school or a link to the LCAP Engaging Stakeholder Groups • Site Council • District Budget Advisory Committee • English Learner Parent Advisory Committee (DELAC) • Students • District Bargaining Units • Parents Survey • Admin Team 5 Timeline in Brief January: Governor’s Budget and LCAP Expenditure Regulations released February and March: Consult with Stakeholder Groups • February 20th / March 3rd Admin Review • February 21st Budget Advisory/ March ?? • March 12th Site Council (M) March 27th Site Council (Si) ?? Site Council (SC) • March 13th DELAC • March ?? Bargaining Units • April 3rd Markham Students April: Draft LCAP presented to all groups for review and comment • Draft LCAP will be completed prior to Spring Break • Draft Posted on Website • Parent Survey April 1st May: Revised LCAP shared with all groups and presented to the Board • May 21st Board Hearing on Revised LCAP June: Final LCAP presented to the Board for approval • June 19th Board Approval 6 Questions ???