LCAP 2017-2020 Revised

posted Jul 11, 2016, 9:27 AM by Nick Hadgis   [ updated Nov 15, 2017, 1:04 PM by Catherine Stone ]
Every year, every school district updates and revises their Local Control and Accountability Plan.  This plan explains how a school district will use state funding to accomplish state and local priorities.  The state priorities are:

1.  Basic Services:  Qualified teachers, school facilities
2.  Implementation of State Standards (Common Core)
3.  Parental Involvement
4.  Pupil Achievement
5.  Pupil Engagement
6.  School Climate
7.  Course Access
8.  Pupil Outcomes

Our local priorities are:
Increase student achievement for all students by:
   Providing high quality classroom instruction,
   Maintaining a stable teaching and classroom support staff,
   Standards-aligned curriculum,
   Increased opportunities for academic intervention, consistent
   ELD programming, and
   Attracting, retaining, and building the capacity of highly qualified teachers, classified staff, and administrators.
Achievement of targeted subgroups: Hispanic/Latino students, Socioeconomically Disadvantaged  students, English Learning students, and Students with Disabilities demonstrate an achievement gap based on the most recent data
available.
Reading: District data from reading assessment indicates 50% of all students are not reading at grade level.
Professional development in digital learning and related subjects
Maintaining and upgrading district technology
"Bring Your Own Device" policy and program
Increase health services as affordable
Restore staffing in Maintenance Department in order to be able to maintain campuses and grounds at higher standard and take care of a new soccer field
Build soccer field at Minnie Cannon for more capacity for schools and community

Some of you may have seen the simplified version of this document that we shared at School Site Council meetings, DELAC/ELAC meetings, Board meetings, staff meetings, and out in the community.  Attached here is the full document - pretty dense reading.  But we hope you'll spend some time reading it because you'll learn a lot about what we're working toward and doing in the district, and you'll have a chance to see how much growth our students have made! 

This revised version corrects some of the budget numbers to reflect actual costs. 

If you have any questions or comments, please e-mail them to Catherine.stone@middletownusd.org
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Catherine Stone,
Nov 15, 2017, 1:03 PM
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