Management Retreat July 31, 2014 • • All students will be college and career ready. • All students will benefit from the district engaging and sustaining the trust and involvement of parents and community in the educational process. All students will have a safe, orderly, and inviting learning environment. Focus Areas High-Quality Classroom Instruction and Curriculum Parent, Student, and Community Engagement LCAP is a comprehensive and cohesive learning blueprint that includes stakeholder input, systematic Academic implementation, and Behavior monitoring of Interventions effectiveness, and modification based on student needs and outcomes. Professional Learning Assessment, Data Analysis, and Monitoring Safe and Orderly School Environment • • funding • outcomes 6 $192M Target 2020/21 Supplemental/ Concentration Dollars per ADA $145M (28% proposed) $127M Total Gap Supplemental/ Concentration (12%) Supplemental/ Concentration Base Grant Base Grant Base Grant 2013-14 Funding Target 2014-15 Funding Supplemental and Concentration Grants © 2014 School Services of California, Inc. Base Grant Slide 4 Perseverance and Resilience Success means having the courage, the determination, and the will to become the person you believe you were meant to be. …George Sheehan Career Technical Education Get a piece of paper and tri-fold and put the focus areas on the top of each column as we go along… Take notes on how you, your department or staff, can support and align your goals/processes with the district’s focus areas. • Focus Areas High-Quality Classroom Instruction and Curriculum Parent, Student, and Community Engagement Professional Learning Academic and Behavior Interventions Assessment, Data Analysis, and Monitoring Safe and Orderly School Environment High-Quality Classroom Instruction and Curriculum • Student-Centered and Rigorous Learning Targets and Objectives Standards-Based Materials Integration of Content…Science, Social Science, Visual and Performing Arts Indirect or Direct Connections * Professional Learning • • Standards-Based Planning Quality Consultants and ResearchBased Practices Instructional Coaches Indirect or Direct Connections * Assessment, Data Analysis, and Monitoring • • Formative Assessment and Effective Feedback Summative Assessment Learning Walks * Safe and Orderly School Environment • • * Academic and Behavior Interventions • Social Interaction Character Education Mental Health Language, Journeys, Read 180, and Odysseyware Academic and Behavior Intervention AAA, Rivercrest Preparatory, Early College…smaller learning communities * Parent, Student, and Community Engagement • • Families and Schools Together (FAST) Target Dr. Seuss Day PCIT Mobile Unit Intramural Sports Soccer Champions “Bicycles for Kids” Event Rape Crisis Center Child Abuse Prevention * • Survey Data in areas of student attendance and achievement, college and career readiness, and ways to involve parents in their student’s learning. • • • • • COMMON THEMES Support for teachers with Common Core State Standards (CCSS), i.e., professional development, assessment, instructional resources, data analysis, early intervention, and coaching More access to technology, software, and technology support Smaller class sizes, more instructional time through summer and extended day, and individual student support Parent and student engagement, i.e., caring adults, behavior support, engaging classes, linking parents to community, feeling connected to school, incentives, and more communication Student support for college and career readiness, college application support, and course variety • • • • LCAP/School Improvement Addendum: This addendum will identify site-based LCAP actions and guide progress on site-level implementation strategies. Development of Continuous Feedback System: System will support district staff in collection and ability to synthesize stakeholder feedback, and use this data to make improvements to LCAP and inform implementation. LCAP/LEAP Advisory Process: Informs the design and implementation of the LCAP/LEAP, i.e., Education Services, Management, Principals, Board, Instructional Council, SBCP, DAC, DELAC, SSCs, and ELACs along with Classified and Certificated Bargaining Unit members. District Education Services, Fiscal Services, and Administrative Council: Oversees and manages the implementation of the LCAP, and is made up of district department leads and staff. • Take a moment and reflect on everything you’ve written down and answer the statement, “I believe my department/staff can contribute to the success of the LCAP by…” • Making sure my office staff smiles when greeting visitors… • • Ensuring classrooms are clean and orderly… Keeping playgrounds and fields safe… * Share with whole group. • As managers, we have a responsibility to communicate district goals, so it doesn’t end here… • Take the goal sheet back to your staff, review the LCAP focus areas with them, and let them have time to give feedback, however you want to do that, and record their needs under “As a department, we believe we can contribute to the success of the LCAP by…” • As part of the Improvement Cycle, we need your feedback, so each director will be collecting these once you have had an opportunity to get feedback from your staff (end of September).