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Invitation to help inform the SRVUSD Local Control and Accountability Plan

Dear Families,

Please join us on October 29, 2018 @ 7am for an important interactive conversation about the programs provided for students in the SRVUSD. 


Each year, as a provision of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), Districts must look at the programs they are offering and how they are currently spending their money. They capture this information in a document called the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is developed with the input of stakeholders from the District. The information contained in the LCAP is used to develop the District budget.
The voices of all stakeholders are welcomed and important in the yearly LCAP revision process. Parents, staff, students and community members all have a role to play in the planning and decision-making about the education of our students. 


The SRVUSD has a committee that meets regularly throughout the LCAP season to evaluate data and input from stakeholders. In order to inform the work of this committee, the school sites are each holding an interactive LCAP review session to gather input. The conversation will focus on the 8 State Mandated Priorities and how the District is currently meeting those priorities. Then you will have a chance to list your priorities and ideas. We will pass our findings on to the District committee.


Click to view the District’s current LCAP. 


Click for more information on the LCFF and the LCAP.


I hope that you will make time in your busy schedules to join us for a short, interactive LCAP session so that your voice can be heard. 


Date: Oct 29
Time: 7am-8am
Place: Creekside Library



Mr. T, Principal 

Posted by: Aaron Tarzian Published:10/19/18
Audience: Homepage, Our School, School and Homepage

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