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News Item: Parents/Students

LCAP Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) Applications

The State of California’s education funding model requires the development of a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) that links spending to specific district goals for student achievement to improve student outcomes.


A key aspect of the LCAP process is the engagement of parents/guardians, including those representing foster, low-income, and English learner students in providing input and feedback. This is facilitated through the formation of a Parent Advisory Committee (PAC). The LCAP PAC will meet to review the sections of the LCAP and provide input into the monitoring and revision of the LCAP. The focus will be on discussing actions that are aligned with state and local priorities to increase student academic achievement and performance. An emphasis will be on meeting annual goals for all students, including foster, low income, and English learners. CUSD has a strong record of parent/guardian engagement and is excited to continue its partnership with parents and guardians to guide the district’s actions for the coming years. 


If you are interested in serving on this committee, please complete and return the application by September 21, 2017.




El modelo de fondos de educación del estado de California requiere  el  desarrollo de un Plan de Control Local y Responsabilidad (LCAP) que enlace el gasto a las metas y objetivos específicos del distrito para el logro y rendimiento estudiantil.


Un aspecto clave del proceso de LCAP es el compromiso de padres/tutores; incluyendo a aquellos que representan a los estudiantes en adopción, de bajos ingresos, y que están aprendiendo inglés en aportar sus opiniones y mantenerlos informados. Esto será posible con la formación de un Comité Asesor del Padres (PAC). El LCAP PAC se reunirá regularmente para revisar las secciones del LCAP y proporcionar sus opiniones en el monitoreo y revisión del LCAP. La atención se centrará en discutir sobre las acciones que están alineadas con las prioridades estatales y locales para aumentar el logro y rendimiento académico de los estudiantes. El énfasis será el cumplimiento de las metas anuales para todos los estudiantes, incluyendo estudiantes en un hogar temporal, de bajos ingresos, y aprendiendo inglés. CUSD tiene un sólido historial de participación de los padres / tutores y se complace en continuar trabajando junto con los padres y tutores para guiar las acciones del distrito durante los próximos años.


Si está interesado en participar en este comité, por favor complete y regrese la aplicación antes del 21 de Septiembre, 2017.  

Posted by: Tania Cluttey, District Admin, Capistrano Unified School District Published:9/7/17
Audience: Families & Students (Family & Students page), Homepage, Community (Community page), K-8 Schools News Group, Elementary School News Group, Homepage, High School News Group and Middle School News Group

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