Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

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Contra Costa County Office of Education

Court & Community Schools Stakeholder Meetings Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

County Office LCFF & LCAP

 Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is determined by the enrollment in the Court & Community Schools  Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) describes the goals and services for the Court & Community Schools

Court & Community Schools Mission

To ensure the academic improvement and successful transition while promoting pro-social skills.

County Office Local Control Funding Formula

 LCFF replaces revenue limits and most state categorical programs     LCFF is designed to improve student outcomes Local flexibility to meet student needs Equity through student-focused formula Performance through aligned program and budget plans

Regional Services Alternative Education

Base + $ per school district + $ per ADA Base grant equal to 12-13 undeficited revenue limit + supplemental grant of 35% for EL, LI or FY (unduplicated)

CA School Finance

Old Funding System

  Categorical Programs Revenue Limit

Same for wealthier & higher poverty districts

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New Funding System (LCFF)

Base Funding for all Supplemental & Concentration Grants for higher poverty districts

LCAP & Supplemental Funds

Goals must address how we support:

English Learners

Low Income Pupils

Foster Youth

For districts, these are sub-populations to target. In C&CS, most students are in one or more of these groups; consequently our services are offered school-wide.

Local Control Accountability Plan


As a condition of LCFF, districts and County Offices must create a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) to address how the LCFF Funding will be spent on the state ’ s Priority Areas (8 for districts and 10 for County Offices).

Developing the LCAP

Consultation with:

• Teachers • Principals • School Personnel • Pupils • Local bargaining units • Parents

Present for review & comment to:

• Parent Advisory Committee • EL Advisory Committee • Superintendent must respond in writing to comments received

Opportunity for public input:

• Notice of the opportunity to submit written comment • Public hearing • Superintendent must respond in writing to comments received

Adopting the LCAP

Adopted concurrent with the COE’s budget Submitted to CDE for approval Posted on COE’s website

8 Priority Areas

Category A: Conditions of Learning Basic Services Implementation of State Standards Category B: Pupil Outcomes Course Access Pupil Achievement Other Pupil Outcomes Category C: Engagement Parental Involvement Pupil Engagement School Climate

Additional Priority Areas for COEs

Services for Expelled Youth Coordination of County Services for Foster Youth

Current Status re: Priorities

Category A: Conditions of Learning 1. Basic Services 2. Implementation of State Standards 3. Course Access

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s Working Well

Most facilities are in good condition Most teachers are highly qualified All students have access to instructional materials Professional Learning Communities CCSS training of trainers All students have access to the four core subjects Odysseyware on-line A-G courses • • • • • •

Areas for Growth

More teachers need to be highly qualified New materials aligned to CCSS All staff need training in the CCSS Lessons aligned to CCSS will need to be developed More training/materials/strategies regarding ELD standards Limited access to all courses

Current Status re: Priorities

Category B: Pupil Outcomes 4. Pupil Achievement 8: Other Pupil Outcomes

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s Working Well

Instructional Assistants & Tutors Time for teachers to work together to design more effective instructional strategies CAHSEE after-school tutoring Targeted support for students with special needs GED Preparation & Test Centers Reading Intervention • • • • •

Areas for Growth

Training for teachers to assist with the implementation of the CCSS Use of Datawise to design and utilize more formative assessments Increased teacher and student use of technology Increased use of differentiated instruction to address individual needs Training to improve the use of instructional support

Current Status re: Priorities

Category C: Engagement 3. Parental Involvement 5. Student Engagement 6. School Climate

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s Working Well

Parent involvement in SSC and ELAC Parent trainings & events Continue to invite parents to school-based events Use of PLCs to involve teachers in the design and implementation of more effective ways to engage students Positive Behavior pilot • • • •

Areas for Growth

Create more opportunities for parental involvement and identify other ways to reach out to them Utilize more alternatives to suspension Closely monitor absences and develop more effective strategies to increase student attendance Expand the Positive Behavior pilot to all sites and classrooms

Current Status re: Priorities

Category: COE Other 9. Expelled Students 10. Foster Youth


s Working Well

Coordination with all school districts throughout the county to ensure that district expulsion requirements are met •

Areas for Growth

Be open and responsive to emerging district needs for training and/or assistance • Continue to work with Foster Youth Advisory Committee to ensure the coordination of services for foster youth • Work with districts and CFS to ensure the timely identification of foster youth and develop strategies to more effectively meet their educational needs

As our stakeholders, we value your perspective and welcome your suggestions as we develop the goals and action steps in our LCAP.

Stakeholder Input

Gallery Walk re: 10 Priorities

 Yellow sticky notes– In place and important to keep  Purple sticky notes – Areas of growth

Written Suggestions

 Index cards – leave today or send to [email protected]

Surveys for School Staff & Students

 Will send in March

LCAP Development Timeline

February/ March

•Stakeholder Meetings •School Staff/Student Surveys •Draft LCAP •SSC/ELAC Review •District Review


•2 nd Draft LCAP •Stakeholder Meeting •Review & Revise LCAP


•LCAP to Board for public hearing •LCAP to Board for adoption

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You are invited to provide your input: Gallery Walk re: 10 Priorities

Written Suggestions