FIN PowerPoint - Riverside County Office of Education

Report
Family Involvement
Network (FIN)
Meeting
September 10, 2013
Supported by the Regional System of District and School Support
Provided by the Riverside County Office of Education
RCOE Pledge
All students in
Riverside County
will graduate from
high school well
prepared for
college and the
workforce.
Agenda
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District Accomplishments
What is FIN?
LCFF & LCAP
Parent Engagement Leadership Initiative
and Parent Teacher Association
District Spotlight: Perris UHSD
Community Resources
Summer Melt
FIN Evaluation
District Accomplishments
• National Network of Partnership Schools
http://www.csos.jhu.edu/p2000/ppp/2012/index.htm
What is FIN?
• Family Involvement Network
– Intended to engage parents as partners in supporting schools
and districts to increase graduation rates and improve student
achievement
– A network for district, site, and parent leaders
– Provides current information
– Feeds into a statewide network
– A safe place to collaborate
– Learn about practice and practice our learning
– Reciprocal relationships
– Builds capacity in parents, teachers, school and district leaders
– Inspires groups to take the next step
California Family Engagement (CAFÉ) - CA Department of Education
Plan and facilitate technical assistance seminars and develop a best practices clearinghouse.
CISC RPN
CAFÉ T.A.
Regional Partnerships Network through CCSESA
(California County Superintendents Educational
Services Association)
Technical Assistance to Regional Networks and
County Offices of Education
Regional Family Involvement Network (Regions 8 - 11)
Riverside County Office of Education (RCOE); Inyo County Superintendent of Schools
(ICSS); Mono COE (MCOE), San Bernardino County (SBCSS); Orange County
Department of Education (OCDE), San Diego COE, Imperial COE, Los Angeles COE,
Kern COE, Santa Barbara COE, Ventura COE, San Luis COE
Riverside County FIN & Action Team for Partnerships (ATP)
Riverside County Office of Education (RCOE) representatives, 23rd
District PTA (serving all of Riverside County), district representatives
from districts in Riverside County, community partners
School Districts & ATPs
School district action teams for partnerships, district committee
representatives, council PTAs, community members, parents
School Sites & ATPs
School site councils including teachers, site administrators, and
parents with recommendations from parent advisory committees
California Regions
http://www.ccsesa.org/index/regionMap.cfm
Family Engagement Framework
http://www.cde.ca.gov/nr/ne/yr12/yr12rel31.asp
District Principles
District Principles
Local Control Funding Formula
Letter from State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Tom
Torlakson and State Board of Education President, Michael Kirst:
August 7, 2013
http://www.cde.ca.gov/nr/el/le/yr13ltr0807.asp
Local Control and Accountability Plan
http://www.lao.ca.gov/reports/2013/edu/lcff/lcff-072913.pdf
Local Control Funding Formula
http://www.lao.ca.gov/reports/2013/edu/lcff/lcff-072913.pdf
PARENT ENGAGEMENT
LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE
(PELI)
Riverside County Office of Education
23rd District PTA
The PARENT ENGAGEMENT
LEADERSHIP INITIATIVE
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Uses 10 research-based modules presented in a “trainer of
trainers” format to develop a cadre of parent engagement
leaders . Topics include parent engagement, positive
parenting, communicating, volunteering, learning at home,
decision making, collaborating with the community, and
action team for partnerships.
Provides an opportunity for parents, teachers, educators
and community members, working together as a team, to
develop a structured and sustainable parent and family
engagement program.
Meets the Education Code Title 1 Parental Involvement
requirements in Section 1118(e).
“Building Capacity for Involvement – To ensure effective involvement of parents and to support a partnership among
the school, parents, and the community to improve student achievement, each school and local educational agency
assisted under this part...”
BASIC PELI INFORMATION
The ACTION TEAM FOR PARTNERSHIPS
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Reviews school goals using the Single Plan for
Student Achievement (SPSA).
Supports the Family and Community
Engagement section of 2013 SPSA Template.
Writes a One-Year Action Plan for Partnerships
to involve families and community members in ways
that contribute to school goals.
Implements and evaluates the quality of the
activities.
Continually improves partnership plans, programs,
and practices.
NOTE TAKING GUIDE
SINGLE PLAN FOR STUDENT
ACHIEVEMENT (SPSA)
FAMILY ENGAGEMENT FRAMEWORK
RIVERSIDE COUNTY
ACTION TEAM FOR PARTNERSHIPS
ACTION TEAM FOR PARTNERSHIPS
NETWORK MEETING
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November 5, 2013
9:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Riverside County Office of Education
Board Room
4th Floor, Main Building
The Action Teams for Partnerships Network
offers an opportunity for members of district and
school Action Teams for Partnerships (ATPs) to
meet together for the purpose of training,
networking, and sharing successes.
PARENT PAGE
RCOE WEB SITE
http://www.rcoe.us/
Union Bank
Cesar Ugarte
Perris Union High School District
Wendy McPhail,
CNC,FDN,NBCCT
Nethersprings
CNC: Certified Nutritional Consultant
FDN: Functional Diagnostic Nutritionist
NBCCT: National Board Certified Colon Therapist
http://www.nethersprings.com/
Community Partners
Summer Melt
http://www.ed.gov/blog/2013/07/summer-melt/
Evaluation
RCOE Contact:
Melissa Bazanos
Administrator
Instructional Services
[email protected]

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