In 2013 a new era of school finance in California was signed into law. The new funding model is known as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). It reshapes school funding and aims to improve achievement for all students.
LCFF, and its counterpart, the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) — are anchored by the notion that California must do better for its underperforming students, who in fact make up a sizable portion of the state’s school-age population. The LCFF significantly changes the funding formula for school districts, as it identifies categories of students requiring greater resources: 1) students who qualify for free or reduced priced meals, 2) students who are English Learners, and 3) foster youth.
School districts must create a three-year Local Control and Accountability Plan to describes how they intend to meet annual goals for all students, with specific activities to address state and local priorities identified.
2016-19 LCAPs Approved
At its meeting on June 29, 2016, the SRCS Board of Education approved the ESD and HSD 2016-19 LCAPs. Click below to download the documents.
*Final translations are being made to the Spanish documents and will be posted shortly.
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PARENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (PAC)
2016-2017 LCAP PAC MEETING AGENDAS AND MINUTES
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LCAP PAC Meeting on June 6
SRCS's LCAP Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) held its most recent meeting on Monday, June 6, 2016 from 6 - 7:30 pm at Bahia Vista Elementary's Multipurpose Room (125 Bahia Way). It was an open meeting to the public. At this meeting, our draft Elementary School District and High School District 2016-19 LCAPS were shared.
Questions to the Superintendent
At this meeting, participants had the opportunity to submit questions to the superintendent. Click here to find the responses to the questions.
2015-16 Engagement Process
Our entire SRCS community is integral to shaping our plans for continued success and growth. As such, we want to brief you on our LCAP engagement plan for the 2015-16 school year.
This year, the stakeholder engagement is all about implementation. We will focus on the data, what we have learned and a strong implementation schedule. Through out work, we will be create a refined priority list of what can be accomplished in the next 3-5 years.
The center of our engagement work this year will be our LCAP Stakeholder Engagement Taskforce, with supporting efforts. Please click here for a flow chart, which helps illustrate our process.
The Taskforce is comprised of representatives for parents, teachers, students, labor management, Board members, community members and administration. The purpose of the LCAP Taskforce is to review data, monitor progress, provide feedback on plans for broader engagement and develop recommendations for and feedback on updates to the LCAP. This group will meet several times through the remainder of the school year. The Taskforce conclusions will be incorporated into the draft LCAPs and reviewed by the Parent Advisory Committee.
Additionally, as part of our engagement work we will be conducting: Join the Conversation sessions and surveys for staff; student focus groups; input sessions with labor management; and will be leveraging existing committees.
If you have any questions or feedback, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 415-492-3233.
Stakeholder Engagement Taskforce: Jan. 26 Meeting
The Stakeholder Engagement Taskforce kicked off its work on January 26, 2016.
- Click here for the meeting agenda
- Click here for the meeting presentation
- Click here for the summary notes
Future Taskforce meetings are at the District Office at 3:45 pm on:
- Wednesday, February 24
- Wednesday, March 9
- Tuesday, April 5
Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)
2015-2016 LCAPP PAC Meeting Agendas & Minutes
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