LCAP 2015-2016 Union School District
CONTEXT
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
­ Under LCFF, California funds school
districts,charter schools, and county
o...
WHAT IS THE LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA
(LCFF)?
California’s 2013-14 Budget Act included landmark legislation that great...
WHAT IS THE LOCAL CONTROL AND ACCOUNTABILITY
PLAN (LCAP)?
Beginning on July 1, 2014, as part of the LCFF, school districts...
LCFF & LCAP
The LCFF provides a mechanism for determining the amount of
state funding for each LEA in California. In order...
WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE LCFF
AND THE LCAP ?
Additional requirements for the plan include:
­ The plan must inc...
UNION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT
District Demographics
2014 - 2015
8
USD ENROLLMENT
UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT
10
599
538
567
613
658
692
0
100
200
300
400
500
600
700
800
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015
SOURCE: C...
UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT
English Learner (EL)
Socioeconomically
Disadvantaged (SED)
Students With
Disabilities (SWD)
FosterYo...
BACKGROUND
Union School District’s LCAP Advisory Committee was formed and met five
times during the 2014-2015 school year....
LCAP GOALS TO BE REVIEWED
1. Hire and retain highly qualified employees that are properly certificated, fairly
compensated...
TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Oct - Dec
2015
Jan - Feb
2016
March
2016
April
2016
May - June
2016
For each goal in the ...
TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Oct - Dec
2015
Jan - Feb
2016
March
2016
April
2016
May - June
2016
October to December 2...
TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Oct - Dec
2015
Jan - Feb
2016
March
2016
April
2016
May - June
2016
January to February 2...
TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Oct - Dec
2015
Jan - Feb
2016
March
2016
April
2016
May - June
2016
March 2016
­ Draft LC...
TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Oct - Dec
2015
Jan - Feb
2016
March
2016
April
2016
May - June
2016
April 2016
­ Stakehol...
TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR
Oct - Dec
2015
Jan - Feb
2016
March
2016
April
2016
May - June
2016
May to June 2016
­ Dr...
STAKEHOLDER INPUT
­Parent Advisory Group (SSC, HSC, DELAC)
­LCAP Committee
­Public Forums
­Bargaining Groups
­District Onl...
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LCAP Web Overview Presentation 2016

  1. 1. LCAP 2015-2016 Union School District
  2. 2. CONTEXT Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) ­ Under LCFF, California funds school districts,charter schools, and county offices of education equally per student with adjustments based on grade levels and demographic characteristics. ­ LCFF replaces complexity in favor of equity, transparency, and performance. Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) ­ A three-year plan using a template adopted by the California State Board of Education (SBE) ­ The LCAP must identify goals and measure progress for student subgroups across multiple performance indicators.
  3. 3. WHAT IS THE LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA (LCFF)? California’s 2013-14 Budget Act included landmark legislation that greatly simplifies the state’s school finance system. The changes introduced by the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) represent a major shift in how California funds Local Educational Agencies (LEAs). For nearly 40 years, California has relied on a system that included general purpose funding (known as revenue limits)and more than 50 tightly defined categorical programs to provide state funding to LEAs. 3
  4. 4. WHAT IS THE LOCAL CONTROL AND ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP)? Beginning on July 1, 2014, as part of the LCFF, school districts were required to develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) using a template adopted by the California State Board of Education (SBE). The LCAP must identify goals and measure progress for student subgroups across multiple performance indicators. The SBE will be adopting evaluation rubrics on or before October 1, 2016. These rubrics will assist LEAs and oversight entities in evaluating strengths,weaknesses, areas that require improvement, technical assistance needs, and where interventions are warranted. 4
  5. 5. LCFF & LCAP The LCFF provides a mechanism for determining the amount of state funding for each LEA in California. In order to be eligible to receive these funds, each LEA must submit an LCAP to the state, and update that plan each year. The LCAP shows how the LEA will use the funds provided by the state to address each of the eight state priorities delineated in the law Ø in order to meet the needs of all students, Øincluding low income students, English learners, and foster youth Øas well as other student groups listed in the EdCode.
  6. 6. WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN THE LCFF AND THE LCAP ? Additional requirements for the plan include: ­ The plan must include specific data defined by the state to monitor progress on each of the 8 priorities. ­ The plan must be reviewed and updated annually. ­ Stakeholder review and input is an important part of the process of developing, evaluating and updating the plan. ­ The plan and annual updates must be submitted to the county office of education for review and approval. 6
  7. 7. UNION ELEMENTARY SCHOOL DISTRICT District Demographics 2014 - 2015 8
  8. 8. USD ENROLLMENT
  9. 9. UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT 10 599 538 567 613 658 692 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 SOURCE: CDE DATAQUEST Number of English Learners, 2010 to 2015
  10. 10. UNION SCHOOL DISTRICT English Learner (EL) Socioeconomically Disadvantaged (SED) Students With Disabilities (SWD) FosterYouth (FY) 692 635 582 6 12.5% 11.5% 10.5% 0.1% 11 SOURCE: CDE DATAQUESTNumber and Percent in At Risk Subgroups, 2014-15
  11. 11. BACKGROUND Union School District’s LCAP Advisory Committee was formed and met five times during the 2014-2015 school year. The group’s work included: ­ Reviewing and determining the success of each District goal ­ Recommending changes ­ Gathering input from each stakeholder group The updated LCAP was shared with stakeholders and approved by the Board. The plan was approved by the SCCOE and CDE at the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year.
  12. 12. LCAP GOALS TO BE REVIEWED 1. Hire and retain highly qualified employees that are properly certificated, fairly compensated and properly trained in Common Core, and technology enhanced instruction. 2. Raise the achievement of all students through a rigorous, common core based instructionthat is appropriately analyzed through the use of multiple measures including the CAASPP assessments. 3. Technology infrastructurewill be updated throughout the district.Each student will be provided with a one-to-one device. All classrooms will be renovated to reflect Common Core and 21st Century teaching standards. 4. Identify avenues to improve home-to-school,and district-to-school communication along with growing and enhancing parent involvement. 5. Promote the complete education, both academically and socially of every child in the District including those identified with an IEP to those identified as GATE.
  13. 13. TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR Oct - Dec 2015 Jan - Feb 2016 March 2016 April 2016 May - June 2016 For each goal in the 2015-16 LCAP year, we will ­ Review the progress toward the expected annual outcomes ­ Determine whether the goals, actions and services resulted in the desired outcomes ­ Assess the effectiveness of the specific actions, as it pertains to addressing the needs of our significant subgroups, including English learners, low-income pupils, and foster youth
  14. 14. TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR Oct - Dec 2015 Jan - Feb 2016 March 2016 April 2016 May - June 2016 October to December 2015 ­ Convene LCAP Committee ­ LCAP process planning with Committee ­ Committee review of current LCAP and data ­ Review of draft parent, student, staff surveys ­ Updates to stakeholder groups as needed and plan for stakeholder engagement
  15. 15. TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR Oct - Dec 2015 Jan - Feb 2016 March 2016 April 2016 May - June 2016 January to February 2016 ­ Committee continues review of current LCAP ­ Begin stakeholder engagement to gather input (parents, students, school personnel, local bargaining units, DELAC) ­ Synthesize stakeholder input ­ Committee reviews input and provides suggestions related to needs and areas to address in LCAP update
  16. 16. TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR Oct - Dec 2015 Jan - Feb 2016 March 2016 April 2016 May - June 2016 March 2016 ­ Draft LCAP is developed – Three year plan which includes: ­Stakeholder engagement ­Needs Analysis ­Goals ­Student Performance ­Services ­Budget Information
  17. 17. TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR Oct - Dec 2015 Jan - Feb 2016 March 2016 April 2016 May - June 2016 April 2016 ­ Stakeholders review draft plan: ­ LCAP Committee, DELAC, public forums, parents, students, school personnel, local bargaining units, and the community
  18. 18. TIMELINE ⎯ 2015/2016 SCHOOL YEAR Oct - Dec 2015 Jan - Feb 2016 March 2016 April 2016 May - June 2016 May to June 2016 ­ Draft LCAP is revised & posted to web for public review ­ Board holds public hearing ­ Board adopts final LCAP
  19. 19. STAKEHOLDER INPUT ­Parent Advisory Group (SSC, HSC, DELAC) ­LCAP Committee ­Public Forums ­Bargaining Groups ­District Online Surveys (parents, students, staff) ­Draft LCAP will be available for review and comment

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