Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) in the Robla School District

BudgetThe Robla School District is currently planning for our future.  Our plans for the next three years are being developed.  Our plan will describe how we will be improving our programs for students and meeting the needs of parents and our community.  The plan will be put into a document called a Local Control Accountability Plan or LCAP.  Our district is funded by state funds, and these state funds require that we develop an LCAP document and submit it to the state by June 30, 2014.

The LCAP must focus on priority areas set by the state of California.  These areas are:

    • School Climate
    • Pupil Engagement
    • Parent Involvement
    • Pupil Achievement
    • Other Pupil Outcomes
    • Implementation of State Standards

We need your help.  It is our hope to get staff, parents and our community involved in creating our plan.  Our first step in the process was a survey.  Our survey window has now closed.  To view the survey results, click here.  If you completed our survey, we appreciate your help.  We will use the survey results to help identify our priority areas so we know where we need to make improvements.  If you did not have the opportunity to complete our survey, do not worry, there are still many ways to give us input and become involved.  The survey is just the beginning of our planning.  We will be holding a variety of meetings at Robla Schools.  School Site Council meetings, English Learner Advisory Council meetings, and Parent Teacher Club meetings at our schools will all focus on our planning over the next few weeks in February, March and April.  We will also hold Community meetings to get input from parents and staff.

The timeline below lists the activities which will take place in the Robla School District.  Please consider attending as many meetings as your schedule allows in order to become involved.  Speak to your school principal to get more details about the planning process and dates and times for meetings at your child's school.  You can also continue to visit this website where we will provide updated information about LCAP meetings.

LCAP Timeline (pdf)

For more information on how to get involved as a parent, click here

Parent Portal

IlluminateBeginning January 27, you can access information about your child’s progress in school by using the Illuminate Parent Portal.  You will need an access code.  Once you have one, you can monitor your child’s grades, assignments and attendance by logging in from any computer.  You must have an email address to use the system.  Even if you did not attend one of our Parent Portal training sessions, you can still get this important information from your child’s teacher.  Simply contact your child’s school office.  They can give you your access code and directions for logging into the Parent Portal.  If you have questions, speak to your child’s teacher, or your school principal.

We hope you will find this new service useful.  We want all parents to take an active role in their child’s education.  The Parent Portal can be a useful tool to help you stay aware of what is happening at school.  To access the parent portal, click here

Instructions for accessing the Parent Portal:

Kindergarten and Preschool Registration 2014-15

Beginning February 3, 2014, all Robla School District schools will accept registration for kindergarten and preschool students for the 2014-2015 school year. Click HERE for details.

Main Avenue Construction

Under ConstructionThe Main Avenue construction project is under way. Check out the Main Avenue Under Construction page to see the latest photos and videos as Main Avenue is demolished and rebuilt!