LCAP Advisory Committee Applications
The district is now accepting applications for the Local Control and Accountability (LCAP) Advisory Committee.
The committee will review and provide input on sections of the LCAP. To be sure that this committee is reflective of the diverse community we serve, as well as subgroups explicitly called out in LCFF, the group must include a minimum number of representatives in key demographic areas.
The LCAP Advisory Committee must include:
- At least ten (10) parents
- At least two (2) students
- At least eleven (11) representatives that represent a Title 1 school (current parent, former parent, student, staff member, parent advocate, community partner or other qualified representative)
- At least three (3) representatives that represent English-learners (current parent, former parent, student or staff member)
- At least two (2) representatives that represent special needs students (current parent, former parent, student or staff member)
- At least one (1) representative from the Foster Youth community
- No more than three (3) staff members
Note that these representations are intentionally consistent with the district’s demographic breakdown. Approximately 71% of SCUSD students qualify for Free or Reduced Price Lunch; approximately 22% of SCUSD students are English-learners; approximately 13% of SCUSD students receive special education services. There are approximately 227 Foster Youth in SCUSD.
Deadline to apply: December 12, 2014 at 5 p.m.
The application can be completed online at www.scusd.edu/post/lcap-advisory-committee-application. Non-English speakers can use the website’s Google translate function to access the application in other languages. If preferred, download the paper version. Translations of the paper application will be forthcoming.