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Questions?

Please review our FAQ Section.  If we have not answered your question or you would like additional clarification, please email our Superintendent Dr. Dave Marken at LCAP@newarkunified.org.

The Newark Unified School District’s LCAP Committee is in the process of developing the first draft of the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).

Ultimately, the plan must be reviewed by the stakeholders across the district. Because we are a district that has 15 percent or more English learners, a separate parent committee must provide feedback in this area. District representatives will meet with various school site committees. The final plans must be approved by July 1.

Videos

LCAP Input Meetings

The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Input Meetings are exciting opportunities for you and your school communities to engage with the District and share your ideas for how Newark Unified can provide quality opportunities and supports for Newark youth and schools. By 2021, when the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is fully implemented, NUSD will have significant increases in per student allocations! Your participation and feedback will inform the District’s LCAP’s funding priorities over the next several years.

Other Links

2015-2016 LCAP Development

DRAFT LCAP for the 2015-2016 School Year

LCAP Document

 

 
 
June 16, 2015, Public Hearing
June 30, 2015 Public Hearling
June 30, 2015 Adoption
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NUSD DRAFT Timeline for LCAP

Date

Activity

Location/Time

March 18, 2015

Discuss the process for LCAP Development with District English Learner Advisory Committee

5:30 PM

Newark Junior High School

6201 Lafayette Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

 

April 2, 2015

LCAP Teams Engage Stakeholders in Cycle of Inquiry:

  • Team leads hold one meeting with stakeholder representation to
  • Review and Analyze data,
  • Review Goals,
  • Update aligned actions or services for each goal

10:30 AM

District Office

5715 Musick Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

April 3, 2015

Discuss the process for LCAP Development with Superintendents Advisory Committee

9:00 AM

District Office

5715 Musick Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

April 15, 2015

Provide an opportunity for input to the LCAP with District English Learner Advisory Committee

5:30 PM

District Office

5715 Musick Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

By April 30, 2015

Human Resources meets with classified and certificated bargaining units for feedback and input to draft LCAP

Dates TBD

District Office

5715 Musick Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

May 1, 2015

Opportunity for feedback on draft LCAP with Superintendents Advisory Committee

9:00 AM

District Office

5715 Musick Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

May, 4-11, 2015

Meet with student groups to provide an opportunity for input to the LCAP

May 4 – Bunker Elementary 11:30

May 5 – NJHS – 12:20

May 6 – NMHS – 11:30

May 7 – Schilling -

May 11 -  Crossroads HS – 11:30

 

May 11-30, 2015

Provide an opportunity for community input through a survey on www.newarkunified.org

 

 

www.newarkunified.org

 

 

May 13, 2015

Two Community Conversations to occur at Newark Junior High School and Newark Memorial High School to obtain community input

9:00 AM

Newark Junior High School

6201 Lafayette Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

 

6:00 PM

Newark Memorial High School

39375 Cedar Blvd

Newark, CA 94560

By May 15, 2015

Leadership obtains input from district and site stakeholder groups (ELACs, SSCs, SAC/DAC)

Various times at all school locations through the meetings of School Site Council and English Learner Advisory Committee

May 20, 2015

Opportunity for final feedback on draft LCAP with District English Learner Advisory Committee

5:30 PM

District Office

5715 Musick Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

May 26, 2015

Opportunity for feedback on draft LCAP with Newark Rotary Club and other service club invitees

12:00 PM

Sinodinos Steakhouse

36665 Cedar Blvd

Newark, CA 94560

June 5, 2015 Opportunity for final feedback on draft LCAP with Superintendents Advisory Committee

9:00 AM

District Office

5715 Musick Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

June 16, 2015

LCAP Public Hearing #1 at School Board Meeting

7:00 PM

District Office

5715 Musick Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

June 30, 2015

LCAP Public Hearing #2 at School Board Meeting

7:00 PM

District Office

5715 Musick Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

June 30, 2015

School Board adopts LCAP for 2015-2016

7:00 PM

District Office

5715 Musick Avenue

Newark, CA 94560

Below is a breakdown of the way funding will be provided to school districts with the new Local Control Funding Formula

Before LCFF

After LCFF

 

 

Amount of money each district received per student was called “Revenue Limit”

Per student funding is now called the LCFF base grant with a different amount depending on student grade level

Much of the money given to school districts was restricted to particular programs, called categorical programs.

  • Most of the money is now NOT restricted to a particular use
  • More money called Supplemental Grants goes to help high needs students: English Language Learners, low income students and foster children.
  • Even more money called Concentration grants goes to school districts with 55%+ of these students

State categorical programs:

  • Special Education
  • After-School
  • School lunches
  • QEIA
  • Transportation
  • TIIG

These programs remain

Accountability and performance process separate from funding.

Required accountability plans must show how funds are used by districts to improve performance.

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Adopting and Updating the LCAP: District

Adopting and Updating the LCAP:  District