If you would like to get involved in supporting our schools you can participate on your school site's School Site Council (SSC), English Learner Advisory Council (ELAC), or Parent Teacher Group/Association. You can also attend the District English Learner's Advisory Committee (DELAC), the District Advisory Council (DAC) or the Central Coast Community Collaborative.
For more information, contact your child's school or the District Office (831-633-3343).
Overview of LCAP Process
Superintendent Message Winter 2014
Dear Parents and Community Members,
NMCUSD is moving forward with the Measure H Bond Program. We sold the first part, Series A of the bond for $15.5 million in May of 2014 and now we have funds to begin our priority projects. The second Series B will be sold in August of 2016 in the amount of $8.3 million. The Board appointed the Citizens Bond Oversight Committee in February 2014; the appointed members had applied through a publicly posted application process and were selected according to Prop 39 guidelines.
The District has already invested some of the Bond program funding into new computer labs with updated infrastructure at each of our schools to ensure that our students can access the new State assessments that are now completed online. This past summer some deferred maintenance projects that were listed on the Measure H priority project list were completed. We are now ready to take on a few of the larger improvement priority projects such as the Athletic Fields and Track, Gym and Bleachers and Library Media Center located at the high school.
NMCUSD’s three-year strategic plan, the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), is in the first year of implementation. We will be completing the annual update report this spring to determine the level success for the first year of implementation and to ensure that actions/activities address identified needs. The LCAP requires schools and the District to establish goals and actions that are measured annually to ensure students’ are achieving. The district’s funding must demonstrate a nexus between the actions and the improvement of services to students who are low income, English learners and/or foster youth within the LCAP.
Stakeholders (parents, students, community members, teachers, staff, administrators) provided input into the LCAP goals and actions during it’s development last spring by re-aligning all current and new funding to meet the State’s eight priorities for student learning. We will continue to seek input as we revised the LCAP for the 15/16, 16/17 and 17/18 school years.
The eight priorities include: Basic Services, School Climate, Student Engagement, Parent Involvement, Access to Courses and Programs, Implementation of Common Core State Standards and 21st Century Learning Skills, Student Achievement, and Other Student Outcomes. Check out our video “Overview of the LCAP Process” along with a full version of the LCAP located here on our district website www.nmcusd.org.
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