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DEADLINE EXTENDED! Applications Available for Membership on District LCAP Parent Advisory Committee

The State of California’s education funding model, called the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), allows districts more freedom in how funds are spent but also requires the development of a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) that links spending to specific district goals for student achievement. Districts are held accountable to the specific ways in which they are spending money and how those decisions are improving student outcomes.


A key aspect of the LCAP process is the engagement of parents/guardians, including those representing foster, low-income, and English learner students in providing input and feedback. This is facilitated through the formation of a Parent Advisory Committee (PAC). The LCAP PAC will meet to review sections of the LCAP and provide input into the monitoring and revision of the LCAP. 


Applications are due Thursday, September 28, 2017. Please see attached documents.


For more information, please contact Stacy Yogi, Executive Director, State and Federal Programs at (949) 234-9244 or syogi@capousd.org


El nuevo modelo de fondos educacionales del estado de California, llamado Formula De Fondos Control Local (LCFF), le otorga a los distritos más libertad al utilizar sus fondos pero requiere el desarrollo de un Plan de Control Local y Responsabilidad (LCAP). Este une los gastos a metas del distrito específicas al logro estudiantil. Los distritos se hacen responsables por las maneras específicas en que están gastando el dinero y como esas decisiones están mejorando al éxito del alumno.

Un aspecto clave del proceso de LCAP es el compromiso de padres/tutores; incluyendo a aquellos que representan a los estudiantes en adopción, de bajo ingresos, y que están aprendiendo inglés en mantenerlos informados. Esto será posible con la formación de un Comité Asesor del Padres (PAC). El LCAP- PAC se reunirá regularmente para revisar las secciones del LCAP y proporcionar sus opiniones en el monitoreo y revisión del LCAP.


Las aplicaciones tienen que entregarse antes del jueves, 28 de Septiembre.


Si necesita más información, puede contactar a Stacy Yogi, Director Ejecutiva de Programas Estatales y Federales al (949)234-9244 o syogi@capousd.org

Posted by: Tania Cluttey, District Admin, Capistrano Unified School District Published:9/26/17
Audience: Elementary School News Group, High School News Group, K-8 Schools News Group and Middle School News Group

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