October 11, 2017  CUSD BOT Meeting AGENDA ITEM #8 LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN PARENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE FOR 2017-2018

This Item was passed on the Consent Calendar without Discussion

A BLUE CARD SHOULD HAVE BEEN PULLED 

Board Agenda at page 442

Board Audio: None

 

There should be a PUBLIC RECORD making these Parents aware of a Citizen's Review of 2016-17 LCAP which showed:

CUSD only met 4 of its 23 Stated Goals

CUSD went $1.3 million over budget after reductions of $131,202.00

$1.1 million Employee Compensation/Professional Development

$49 thousand CAPO Forward - NEW! Not in original LCAP

$10 thousand GATE - NEW! Not in original LCAP

$131,202.00 Reductions:

Action 2 - Books and Supplies: $9,901 

Action 9 - Medi-Cal Certificated Employees $3,000

Action 11 - MTS Supplies $5,000 - Dibbles Printing $3,100

Action 13 - Tutoring for Forster Children $3,000

Action 15 - Professional Development $71,878

Action 16 - Compensation $27,154 - Naviance $69

Action 17 - Compensation $100 - Professional Development $8,000

The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), California’s school funding model, requires the development of a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) that links spending to specific District goals for student achievement.

See: How CUSD did in meeting its goals on the 2017-18 LCAP

Districts are held accountable to the specific ways in which money is spent and how those decisions are improving student outcomes. A key aspect of the LCAP process is the engagement of and consultation with specific parent/guardian groups, including representation of students who are English learners, foster-youth and low socioeconomic status. One way this is facilitated is through the formation of a Parent Advisory Committee (PAC).

2017-18 Parent Advisory Committee

Ingrid Alfaro Kinoshita Elementary

Catherine Arreguin Bergeson Elementary  & Dana Hills High

Amanda Bloom Tijeras Creek Elementary & Tesoro High

Krista Castellanos Don Juan Avila Elementary & Don Juan Avila Middle & Aliso Niguel High

Steven Cook Canyon Vista Elementary

Kristen Curran-Sheehan Las Palmas Elementary

Chris Davis Castille Elementary

Angelica Galindo Farias Castille Elementary & Newhart Middle

Marycruz Garcia Wood Canyon Elementary

Olympia Gomez Carona Hidden Hills Elementary & Niguel Hills Middle

Lea Johnson Malcom Elementary

Sara Lacaro San Clemente High

Alicia Luedeman Lobo Elementary

Gretchen Malatesta Tesoro High

Brenda Nash Marco Forster Middle

Ellen Natsume Capistrano Valley High

Don Okula Aliso Niguel High

Michele Ploessel-Campbell George White Elementary

Stephanie Ramsey Ladera Ranch Middle & San Juan Hills High

Susana Sarmiento San Juan Elementary & Viejo Elementary & San Juan Hills High

Stacey Shapero Marco Forster Middle & Dana Hills High

Terry Stephan Aliso Viejo Middle & Aliso Niguel High

Anna Strasburg-Davis Las Palmas Elementary & Bernice Ayer Middle

Kimberly Suda Las Palmas Preschool

Andrea Vandom Clawson Oak Grove Elementary

Malissa Watson Dana Hills High

Tamera Whitesides Viejo Elementary

Everyone of these Parents should start by Reading: 

See: How CUSD did in meeting its goals on the 2017-18 LCAP