Pleasanton Unified School District has a Local Control Advisory Committee. The Advisory Committee members’ responsibility is to advise the Board and the Superintendent about supporting the District Strategic Plan with resources from our Local Control Funding Formula. As indicated in Board Policy 1220, The Board shall establish citizen advisory committees to strengthen the effectiveness of district and school operations, or to enhance student learning.
The members of the Local Control Advisory Committee will serve a minimum two-year-term. The membership of the committee should reflect the diversity of the community and the student body. Additionally, at least three community members will be selected representing one or more of the following areas:
MINIMUM MAKEUP OF THE COMMITTEE:
• Eight Community Members (Community members are not to be employees or members of the immediate family of PUSD employees or Board Members.)
• One student (not immediate family member of an employee or board member)
• One member of the District English Learner Advisory Committee
• One representative from the Classified School Employees Association
• One representative from the Association of the Pleasanton Teachers
• Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services
• Deputy Superintendent of Business Services
COMMITMENT: Members are required to attend meetings of the full committee on the Third Tuesday of the month from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the Pleasanton Unified School District Offices at 4665 Bernal Ave, Pleasanton. Additional time commitments may be necessary at times.
All meetings will be held at the the Pleasanton Unified School District Office, located at 4665 Bernal Avenue, Pleasanton
Time: 6:00 – 8:00 pm
2016 -2017 Meetings:
To guide our work in developing the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), the LCAC has scheduled a series of Listening Campaigns with key stakeholders.
See below for a detailed listing of Listening Campaign Opportunities.
During each Listening Campaign, attendees are asked to work in small groups and participate in a three step process. They are first asked to share their thoughts on the following question: What do students need to succeed? Next, they are asked to focus their thoughts and consider another question: What do students need to succeed given their unique circumstances? As the final step, attendees are asked to take their responses and categorize each one as High Impact, Medium Impact or Low Impact. Below are links to the work done by each stakeholder group.
The Local Control Funding Formula is California’s new school funding formula, enacted in 2013. Click the link below to find out more about LCFF from the California Department of Education (CDE).