This year, the process for developing the 2021-2024 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a little different. In the past, we have asked our members for their input, and then we have sent representatives from the Faculty Association to attend the LCAP meeting at the District Office. The process for this year is open for everyone to give their input directly. Please use the links below to include your input. The padlets are available now and will be available until May 21, 2021.
If you want more information about LCAP in general, please visit the CDE website.
Here is a link to the SMJUHSD 2019-2020 LCAP document.
Here are the links to the padlets for each LCAP goal.
Goal 1 – Promote all students’ achievement, particularly for low-income, foster youth, English learner students, and students with disabilities, emphasizing standards-based instruction and targeted support to meet the desired outcomes by 2024.
Goal 2 – Create respect and caring culture that supports positive relationships, promotes school connectedness, and a positive school climate for all stakeholders.
Goal 3 – Promote Career Technical Education (CTE) Pathway engagement, access, and equity for all students and particularly low-income, English learners, and foster youth students, assuring the opportunity to develop and demonstrate competencies articulated in industry standards as completers of a pathway.
Goal 4 – Continue to provide college and career services and academic support to all students, particularly low-income students, English learners, and foster youth in a college-going environment.
Goal 5 – Provide technical support to all students and particularly low-income, English learners, and foster youth, to achieve college and career readiness in the 21st century.
Goal 6 – Provide a safe, secure, and healthy environment for all students, particularly low-income, English learners, foster youth, and staff, focusing on a positive school climate that enhances student and stakeholder engagement.
Goal 7 – English language proficiency rates for English learners will improve (by 10%) annually to increase the number of students who are eligible for reclassification, to earn the State Seal of Biliteracy, and meet college and career requirements as measured by local and state assessment instruments and rubrics.
Goal 8 – Promote the achievement of foster youth students through collaborative services and educational practices toward college and career readiness.