2017-20 LCAP: The District's LCAP and the Board Presentation can be viewed via the following links:
State Priorities: The California State Board of Education established eight "State Priorities" in order to guide public school districts in developing their LCAP goals, actions, and services.
In addition to the State Priorities, school districts may identify and incorporate local priorities in their LCAP plans. The LCAP development process provides opportunities for parents, teachers, staff, students, and the community to provide input and feedback.
LCAP Parent Advisory Committee (PAC): The San Marino Unified School District Governing Board established the LCAP Parent Advisory Committee to provide for meaningful engagement of parents and other stakeholders in the District's LCAP development and update process. The LCAP Parent Advisory Committee represents all school sites, including students qualifying for free and reduced-price meals, English learners, and foster youth.
LCAP Parent Advisory Committee (PAC)
2018 LCAP PAC Meetings: The LCAP PAC met on February 8, 2016. Two more meetings are planned for March 22, 2018 and April 26, 2018.
There were other opportunities for the PAC to view and provide feedback on the District's planning process and its LCAP goals, actions and services via online feedback and via email to the District's LCAP Coordinator. If you have any comments or questions regarding the District's LCAP, please contact the District at (626) 299-7000 or via email at: email@example.com.
2017-20 LCAP Planning Process: In 2017, the District consolidated its 12 goals into four goals, and new planned actions and services were developed. The 2018 LCAP reflects the District's four goals and the associated planned actions and services.
School Sites' Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA): The school sites developed their Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA) reports based on the District's four LCAP goals. Their SPSA's were presented to the Board of Education on December 13, 2016 and they were approved by the Board on February 14, 2017. The Board presentation and the 2016-17 SPSA's for all schools can be viewed at:
California Schools Learning Surveys: As part of the District's LCAP development process, feedback was solicited from students, parents, and staff through the administration of the California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS), the California Schools Parent Survey (CSPS), and the California School Climate Survey (CSCS). These surveys are part of the comprehensive California School Climate, Health, and Learning Survey (Cal-SCHLS) System. Learn more about Cal-SCHLS.
Meetings with Stakeholder Groups: The District Superintendent, the LCAP Coordinator, and District administrators met with parent and community groups, bargaining units, DELAC and ELAC committees, throughout the year to review, discuss and solicit feedback on the District's goals, actions and services.
Information: For more information on the District's LCAP or if you would like to become part of the PAC, please contact the District at (626) 299-7000 or firstname.lastname@example.org.