Community Input Gathered
We create our annual plan with broad public input. Each year, board members and administrators hold meetings with parents, pupils, school personnel, neighbors, and business and community partners to elicit local input and identify which of the State’s Eight Priorities are the most important to our own community.
This year, we have expanded community input opportunities. In addition to public meetings held in February 2018, we have incorporated an online method, called ThoughtExchange, for community members to offer their ideas, suggestions and feedback.
Local Priorities Identified
Our community members want us to ensure that each student has access to an educational experience that supports, challenges, and excites them and prepares them for a yet-to-be-defined workplace.
Through the input process, our district has created these goals:
Goals for 2018-2021
- Provide high quality teaching and learning that promotes opportunities for applying knowledge.
- Ensure that students are college and future ready by equipping them with the competencies identified in Profile of a Graduate. Close all identified Achievement Gaps.
- Provide appropriate tiered supports that promote and sustain positive social/emotional development for all students.
- Fully engage parents/guardians, students and the community in support of student educational outcomes.
Local Control & Accountability Plans
(Governing Board Approved as of June 2018)
(NOTE: LCAPs for Campbell Middle School and Rosemary School represent the District's LCAP.)