LCAP Update - November 19, 2014 - Placerville Union School District

Report
LCAP Update
NOVEMBER 19, 2014
PUSD Vision
The vision of the Placerville Union School District is to provide children with an excellent
educational program that prepares them academically and inspires them to be confident,
life-long learners who strive to realize their potential and make contributions to society.
LCAP
Budget
Goal 1
Goal 2
Placerville Schools
will promote high
academic
achievement for all
students while
preparing them for
21st century
College and Career
Readiness.
Placerville Schools
will be orderly
and purposeful
environments in
which students
and staff feel safe
and free to learn
and work.
Goal 3
Placerville Schools
will involve
parents, families
and community
stakeholders as
direct partners in
the education of
all students.
Legacy
High Expectations + Strong Schools = Bright Futures
Goals
Placerville schools will promote high academic
achievement for all students while preparing them
for 21st century college and career readiness.
2. Placerville schools will be orderly and purposeful
environments in which students and staff feel safe
and free to learn and work.
3. Placerville schools will involve parents, families
and community stakeholders as partners in the
education of all students.
1.
Analysis of Progress – Goal 1
1. Teachers will align all curriculum and
instructional strategies with the
common core.
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1. Teachers will be trained on new math
materials and implement in classroom.
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1. PUSD will conduct a search and
possible pilot of LA materials for
adoption in 15-16 school year.
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Essential standards have been selected
on the area of LA K-8.
Teachers are given time to align
curriculum and assessments to the
Common Core.
Common Core Coach in place for
support.
Training on the new math adoption took
place prior to the start of school.
New LA materials will not be available
for review until Nov. 2015.
Analysis of Progress -- Goal 1
1.
Professional Development will be given in
the area of GLAD instructional techniques.
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Professional Development will be given in
the area of Differentiated Instruction.
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Teachers will develop and administer
assessments that will show progress towards
mastery of Common Core Standards.
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All current TK-5 teachers have been trained
on GLAD strategies.
Review training was held Sept. 30 and Oct. 1
for all TK-5 teachers.
This has not yet taken place. Planned for
later on in the school year.
Formative Assessment training is scheduled
for Nov and Dec at each school site.
Formative assessments will lead to DI.
Formative Assessments are being developed
for Essential Standards.
Summative Assessments are established
through new Math adoption and in Writing.
Reading needs to be developed.
Review of Benchmark assessment systems
has begun and will continue through school
year.
Analysis of Progress – Goal 1
1.
An intervention program will be
administered at all school sites focusing on
our significant subgroups of Low SocioEconomic, ELL and Foster Youth.
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Results of SBAC data will be reviewed and
analyzed to identify areas of strength and
areas that need further remediation.
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Teachers will deliver technology embedded
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instruction which will provide students access
to a digital learning environment.
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Before, during and after school intervention
programs have been set up.
Formative assessments will allow immediate
intervention for students.
Late Markham bus has allowed more
students to attend programs.
SBAC results should be available prior to the
end of the school year.
Some teachers have been sent to training on
utilizing technology in curriculum.
Additional computer purchases at all three
school sites.
Three year plan developed.
Analysis of Progress – Goal 2
1. Each school will establish strategies to
maintain high school attendance rates.
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Each school will establish programs and
strategies to maintain a positive learning
environment; preventing bullying and
harassment of students and staff.
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Consistent language and behavioral
standards will be established between all
school sites.
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All school sites will be maintained at a high
level and will stimulate a positive learning
environment.
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Positive attendance program has been
established at each school site.
District SART process established.
Markham—Safe School Ambassadors and
Panthers Always Win
Schnell-- PBIS
Sierra—Positive Action
Consistent school rules have been
established between school sites.
Common data input into AERIES for
consistent reporting is being established.
Regular maintenance is being performed at
each campus.
Long term project plan being developed.
Analysis of Progress – Goal 2
Schools will offer a variety of clubs offerings 
to meet the interests and abilities of all
students.
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Clubs at Markham have increased from 2 to
6.
OM teams at each school site.
Athletics available for 3-8 grade students.
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Counseling services at all school sites.
Schnell 5 days, Markham 4 days and Sierra 2
days.
60% SRO in District.
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Survey will be administered Spring of 2015.
1. Survey parents from all school sites on school 
safety and climate.
Survey will be administered Spring of 2015.
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1. Services will be provided to meet the
emotional, behavioral and mental health
needs of the students.
1. Establish a student survey on school safety
and climate.
Analysis of Progress -- Goal 3
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The District will provide multiple opportunities to
parents to provide input to the programs and
progress of the Placerville School District.
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Parent Surveys will be given.
All committee meetings are posted on the website
and are open to the public.
LCAP parent info nights will be held at each school
campus.
PTC meetings are held monthly at each school site.
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The District will maintain standing committees in
which information is provided and ideas sought
concerning the District.
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DELAC, HEAC, Budget, Technology, GATE, Site
Council, LCAP
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Through written communication the District and
School Sites will keep parents informed on the
transition to the Common Core.
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Common Core message is included in school
newsletters to parents.
Common Core message will be placed in the District
Newsletter.
Information on Common Core was given at the Back
to School Nights for parents.
Contributions were made by District staff on articles
in the Mountain Democrat.
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Analysis of Progress – Goal 3
1. The District will conduct a comprehensive
annual survey to garner input from parents
and community members.
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Survey will be given in the Spring.
1. All schools will establish communication
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protocols to utilize both social and traditional 
media sources.
District Facebook page established.
Each school site will submit a minimum of 3
newspaper articles to the Mountain
Democrat throughout the school year.
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Active PTC’s are established at each school
site.
Funding priorities are set with coordination
between both the school site and the PTC
board.
1. All schools will coordinate with PTC’s for
fundraising purposes to meet the needs of
and priorities of students.
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Analysis of Progress – Goal 3
1. Communication will be established
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with community businesses, local
non-profits and service clubs as
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accomplishments within the Placerville
School District.
1. Parenting classes will be established to 
help parents partner in their child’s
education.
First district newsletter is planned to go
out in November.
LCAP update and revision meeting will
be held in February.
Research on parenting classes is
currently being done. Plan is for classes
to be held after the first of the year.
Next Steps
 Implement new LCAP Template
 Continue LCAP implementation plan
 Begin Review/Revision process with committees
(Budget Committee Dec 18 @ 4:00 p.m.)
 Complete LCAP Analysis/Revision by May 2015
 Adoption of new LCAP June 2015

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