LCAP 2017-2020

The draft of San Juan’s 2017-2020 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a large report that includes:
  • An overview of the plan
  • A recap of 2016-17 actions, services, outcomes and expenditures
  • A summary of who we talked to and how that effected the plan
  • A plan for what will be happening over the next three years
To find out more about what is in this year’s LCAP, select a section below to review.  If you want to read more, the pages in the document are provided.  
  

 A Little About San Juan's Draft 2017-2020 Plan

Summary of Draft 2017-2020 Plan

 
LCAP Budget Summary 
 

Goal 1: Improve and support student learning to close achievement gaps and ensure all students graduate college and career ready.

1 - Reading2 - Math3 - English language learners
4 - Foster Youth5 - On-time graduation6 - College Career Ready
7 -  Site Resources8 - Curriculum Support9 - Highly Effective Staff
 

Goal 2: Foster respectful, equitable, collaborative, and reflective school and district cultures that ensure academic success and social-emotional well-being for each student.

1 -  Student Engagement2 - Attendance and Health3 - Social Emotional Support
4 - Culture, Climate and Safety5 - Student & Parent Voice6 - Parent Engagement
 
 
If you would like to provide feedback on something from the LCAP, click here.
 
After reviewing the LCAP Draft with the LCAP PAC members and DELAC members below are questions/comments from the meetings. 
 
 
Questions from DELAC meeting on May 11, 2017
 
The full 2017-2020 LCAP will be discussed in a Public Hearing at the June 13, 2017 Board of Education meeting.  The board will then vote on the adoption of the LCAP at the June 27, 2017 meeting.

LCAP

LCAP Mid-Year Annual Update - draft presented to the board on February 28, 2017 
 

2016-19 LCAP Approved

On June 28, 2016, the Board of Education approved the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).  The LCAP includes eight state priority areas:  Implementation of Common Core State Standards and English Language Standards, Student Achievement, Student Engagement, School Climate, Parent Involvement, Course Access, Basic Services, and other Student Outcomes.  The state of California requires extensive community and stakeholder input in the creation of the plan prior to bringing it forward to the board for action. 

 

 Full Approved LCAP Document - English

 

 
Watch the video below to learn more about our LCAP (scroll "next" for additional languages):

Background

The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a state requirement as part of the historic Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).  Every school district in California must create an LCAP that describes how the needs of all students and especially those in the three targeted students groups are being addressed and are tied to student outcomes in eight state priority areas.   

In 2013-14 districts created their first ever LCAP.  The Board of Education adopted the district's first LCAP at its June 24, 2014 meeting. The LCAP document is revised each year to reflect current needs and priorities of our students and community. 
 
On February 23, 2016, the board received a report outlining the district's work to date on actions and services identified in the 2015-16 LCAP.  Since July 1, work has been occurring to implement actions and services.  Additionally, a methodology to monitoring progress on the LCAP metrics has been designed, including ongoing or mid-year data points for many of the metrics. 
 
The Board of Education approved the 2016-19 LCAP at its June 28, 2016 meeting at the same meeting the board approved the district's 3 year budget plan. 
 

2015-16 Annual Review Process:

An annual review and revision process is underway in San Juan Unified where we are working to engage our community in the process and create a meaningful focus on the allocation of resources to local priorities.   San Juan Unified is continuing with a four step process to create the LCAP:

Stage 1 - Consulting with Community

The LCAP PAC meets monthly to review progress data, collect input, and advise the board on potential LCAP changes.  A final annual update from the prior year will be presented to the board and posted on-line in October.  In the fall, input will be solicited from all stakeholders, especially in areas of need reflected in the annual update.  The committee will work collaboratively with staff to identify additions or revisions to the current LCAP.  

Teacher with students Stage 2 - Draft Plan & Review

In late winter the committee will review all feedback received and draft revisions to the LCAP. That draft will be shared with stakeholder groups and the community at large for feedback.

Stage 3 - Revision & Review

In the spring, staff and the LCAP PAC will review feedback on the draft and make final revisions as needed. The final draft will be posted on-line prior to the public hearing in early June. 

Stage 4 - Finalization & Approval

The Board of Education will hold a public hearing on June 14 and take final action on the plan during their June 28 meeting.  

 

 

 

 
 
Last Modified on June 1, 2017
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