For the first time in more than 40 years, California school districts have the flexibility to prioritize resources in order to meet the specific needs of our unique student populations. Under this new framework, referred to as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), our district must create an Accountability Plan that meets the educational priorities of our community.
During the months of March and April, there will be a series of engagement opportunities for community members to share what they believe should be the district’s highest priorities for student success. It is very important that we receive feedback to provide the best educational programs for all PAUSD students, thus a time line for such feedback is indicated on the right.
Community Reps to invite
- SPEAC (Special Education Parent Advisory Group)
- PASS (Parent Advocates for Student Success)
- SEAN (Student Equity Action Network)
- DELAC (District English Language Advisory Committee)
- DAC (District Advisory Committee)
- PTA (Parent Teacher Association)
- Voluntary Transfer Parent Group
- We Can Do Better Palo Alto
- Chinese Parent Advocacy Group
- PAMA (Palo Alto Management Association)
- PAEA (Palo Alto Educator’s Association)
- CSEA (California School Employees Association)
- Community Member at Large: Community members not affiliated with a group, can attend as a community member at large.
Email Sent to Community Groups
LCAP Documents from Community Meeting, March 5, 2015
There are over eighteen state categorical funds, below are some examples:
- Economic Impact Aid is driven by Strategic Goal-A1-Review of current projects and expenditures
- Beginning Teachers Support and Assessment is driven by A 3.4
- Approximately 2.5 million in categorical funds
Links that explain in more detail how a Basic Aid District will participate in this new formula
If you have questions, contact Judy Argumedo, email@example.com or (650)329-3736.
Revised March 2014