WHO WE ARE

 

We are "the People."  We are stakeholders in the public school system.  We are all of the people who make up the total school community.  We are students, parents, townspeople, teachers and other school and district employees.   We are the people served, and the people who serve.  We are the voters, the decision-makers, and the people who make things happen. These are OUR schools.

We Are Students

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We are Parents

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We are School Board & the Public

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We Are Teachers

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We are School Employees

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We are District
Personnel

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STAKEHOLDER ENGAGEMENT

 

The word “engagement” is used to talk about students in classrooms as well as parents in decision-making processes.  It means that they are actively involved and interested, attentive, and producing work that reflects the 4 Cs of Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration, and Creativity.  This is what we need to see during LCAP planning with all of our community stakeholders.

 

In school, teachers announce a clear lesson purpose, so that students know what they will learn about and what they should be able to do.  Parents at an LCAP meeting need a short presentation with helpful materials so that they understand what the LCAP is about, and then must be given plenty of time to talk with one another and suggest improvements in all eight CA State priority areas.

 

Teachers encourage students to think deeply and struggle to find good answers and creative solutions.  LCAP meeting facilitators need to be neutral, trained individuals who can ask probing questions to help participants come up with reflective answers to problems.  Attendees should most definitely not be “steered” to discuss only a few superficial aspects of their children’s school experience.

 

The same best practices for classroom learning must certainly be followed in public LCAP meetings so that stakeholders are authentically engaged as full partners in decision-making.

 

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PARTICIPACIÓN DE LOS PADRES

La palabra "compromiso" se utiliza para hablar de los estudiantes en las aulas, así como a los padres en los procesos de toma de decisiones. Significa que están activamente involucrados e interesados, atento, y la producción de trabajo que refleja las 4 C de pensamiento crítico, la comunicación, colaboración y creatividad. Esto es lo que tenemos que ver durante LCAP planificación con todos nuestros grupos de interés de la comunidad.

 

En la escuela, los maestros anuncian un propósito claro lección, por lo que los estudiantes saben lo que van a aprender y lo que deberían ser capaces de hacer. Los padres en una reunión LCAP necesitan una breve presentación con materiales útiles para que entiendan lo que la LCAP se trata, y luego se debe dar un montón de tiempo para hablar unos con otros y sugerir mejoras en las ocho áreas prioritarias del Estado CA.

 

Los maestros animan a los estudiantes a pensar profundamente y luchar para encontrar buenas respuestas y soluciones creativas. Facilitadores de la reunión LCAP deben ser, individuos entrenados neutrales que pueden hacer preguntas de sondeo para ayudar a los participantes vienen con respuestas reflexivas a los problemas. Los asistentes lo más definitivamente no deben ser "desviaron" para discutir sólo unos pocos aspectos superficiales de la experiencia escolar de sus hijos.

 

Las mismas las mejores prácticas para el aprendizaje en clase sin duda se deben seguir en las reuniones públicas LCAP para que los interesados ​​están auténticamente comprometidos como socios de pleno derecho en la toma de decisiones.

 

Teachers helping Students

LCAP Planning with Parents

School Principals

Guidance Counselors

 Custodians , Grounds & Maintenance

School Bus Drivers

We succeed when we all work together as full partners.