Our LCAP aligns with our strategic plan. The first Goal is to Maximize Achievement for ALL students. We anticipate growth over the three-year LCAP cycle to meet established goals for these metrics. Our most important expected annual measurable outcome is centered on academic success as measured by the CAASPP assessment. We also have personnel and systems in place to meet the needs of FY, EL, and LI students, providing them with academic support, and school connectedness. This will positively influence the important measures of attendance rate, chronic absenteeism, suspension, and expulsion rates. Of special note is the funding of our transition program. Personnel in the transition program work directly with FY, EL, and LI students to provide wrap-around services, ensuring that all students are receiving social-emotional, interpersonal, and academic skills necessary to be successful in school. This program, often featured at LCAP Advisory Nights, is deemed successful by enrolled students and parents per the annual transition program survey.
The following actions are set aside for this program: Goal 2, Action 9 Increased Connection Points to School, Goal 2, Action 10 Transition Team Student Relations Liaisons, Goal 2, Action 11 Transition Directors, Goal 2, Action 12 Transition Counselors, Goal 2, Action 13 Transition Learning Directors.
The following are the proposed additions to the 2022-2023 LCAP as compared to the prior year LCAP for the Supplemental Funding Projection for 2022-2023: · 49.3% single year unduplicated pupil percentage, 48.59% three-year rolling average:
Recommended additions to the 2022-23 LCAP Actions and Services include:
Expanded class size reduction at Title I schools in all primary grade levels
Expanded CTE courses. It is recommended that almost all Actions and Services remain in place.