The Robla School District LCAP Leadership team has been working very diligently over the past few months to revise the district's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The 2014-2015 school year was the first year LCAP documents were created in districts throughout the state. The current school year is the first year to implement the services described in the plans. If you have attended one of our LCAP meetings, you received information about the progress Robla School District has made this year putting our plan into action. We are proud that we have been working very hard towards accomplishing our goals with new services for students such as Art instructors and Intervention Assistants. We have added English Language classes for parents and additional hours for staff members who work with parents. We have also increased our focus on supporting students' safety and social/emotional health. and we are supporting our teachers with additional funding and site decision-making regarding instructional resources.
We have also been looking at a variety of measures to see how effective our work is. Initial results are positive overall, and we have also identified some areas that need more attention.
During the month of March, we shared data at community meetings, with parent groups and at meetings with employees throughout the Robla School District. We also asked for input about areas that need more attention in the future. The analysis of the data and community input have given us some clear direction.
We have now completed a draft of Robla School District's LCAP for the 2015-2016 school year. We are confident that it follows guidelines set forth by the state, that it supports state priority areas and, most importantly, that it supports the goals in our LCAP that we created to meet the needs of our students, staff and parents.
To view the complete Robla School District LCAP document click here.
If you would like to comment on the LCAP document, please do so in writing. You can deliver your comments to the Robla School District Office by May 29, 2015. You can also send your comments to Superintendent, Ruben Reyes by
. You will receive a written reply from Mr. Reyes.
The Robla School Board will hold a public hearing on the LCAP at its regular meeting on May 14, in the Robla Board Room beginning at 6:30 p.m.
Once the LCAP is finalized, it will be presented to the Robla School Board for adoption at their meeting on June 18, 2015.