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).
Take the Survey! Impact Monterey County
Your Community. Your Voice. Your Chance to say what matters to you! The Impact Monterey County community aspirations survey is your chance to let government, business, faith and nonprofit leaders know what is important to you. Starting with what motivates you on a day-to-day basis, the results of will guide policy, program, and community investment decisions over the next 10-15 years. To make sure what’s important to you is known, please take 15-20 minutes now to take the survey.
Click the link above or visit www.impactmontereycounty.org/survey to take the survey. The survey is available in English and Spanish through September 30th. Want to do a survey on paper, you can do that too? It is available on the website and at your local library. Learn more at www.impactmontereycounty.org
Impact Monterey County is a collaborative effort of nonprofits, businesses, public agencies and the community working together to identify the most effective ways to improve life in our county.
You may also hear about Impact Monterey County Community Conversations which will also be occurring between now and September 30th. Information gathered from the surveys and the Community Conversations will be compiled and used across the county for planning and alignment of stakeholders toward common goals and measurements that improve conditions for all.
Overview of LCAP Process
Dear Parents and Community Members,
NMCUSD is receiving funding based on a new distribution model called the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). The majority of additional funding that NMCUSD will be receiving each year is for serving our students who are Low Income, English learners, and foster youth. These funds are called supplemental/concentration grant. The funding must be allocated within the District’s Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).
Stakeholders (parents, students, community members, teachers, staff, administrators) have been being asked to provide input on how to best align all current and new funding to meet the State’s eight priorities for student learning within the LCAP. 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.
A draft LCAP will is posted on the District website and available for public comment during a public hearing held at the June 12th, 2014 regularly scheduled Board meeting. The LCAP will be ready for approval at the June 24th (rescheduled from June 26th) Board meeting.
Please contact me if you would like additional information at askthesuperintendent.org
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The District Office is closed for the following holidays: February 17, April 18-21, May 26, and July 4, 2014.