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PAC Winter Newsletter

Bringing you information on how parents are making an impact across our district 
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冬季季刊中文譯本

Make your voice count!

It’s budget season again, which means it’s an opportunity to share your ideas about how to support students at your school to be successful. Every SFUSD school is required to gather input from parents to help shape the school’s academic plan and budget. Participate and let your voice be heard!

Stay Informed, Empowered and Engaged!

• Join your school’s team at the School Planning Retreat on Feb. 20th; ask your principal about it
• Help develop your school's priorities and plans for next year
• Learn about funding and other resources to serve your students

 

The School Planning Retreat 

provides the opportunity to work together as a team on your school's Balanced Scorecard (BSC), academic plan and budget for the 2016-17 school year.

Interpretation, breakfast and snacks will be provided!
 

Saturday, Feb. 20


8:15 to 9:00 a.m.:
Breakfast and check-in
8:45 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.:
School Planning Retreat

New location:
Balboa High School

1000 Cayuga Ave. (Onondaga Ave., near Mission St. & Ocean Ave.)
Parking at Denman Middle School behind Balboa HS. Enter from Seneca Ave.


Learn more about this event:

SFUSD School Planning Retreat

Besides the Annual School Planning Retreat, schools should be hosting at least two community meetings at their sites to distribute data and information and include the whole school community in the ongoing planning process.

Ask your principal today!
 

Learn more about what families can expect with their School's Planning Process:

School Site Planning Process

 


The application process for new PAC members is currently open.
 

Engage, Inform and Represent parent perspectives, ideas and voices on education matters. Serving on the PAC promotes, supports and builds parent leadership to improve outcomes for all SFUSD students.

Join the PAC
Únete al PAC
加入家長顧問委員會(PAC)


LCAP Update

Under California’s new funding model, parents have a say. The SFUSD
Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) provides a unique opportunity to create powerful partnerships between families and district leaders, educators and staff.
State regulations require all districts to intentionally engage parents in the development of their LCAP. 


The LCAP community engagement campaign is a collaborative process between district staff and its stakeholders, such as advisory groups, labor partners, students and community-based organizations.  Read more about what has been accomplished and how you can participate in the future:

Telling the Story Behind the Data: An SFUSD presentation on how LCAP is affecting student outcomes across the district

Our Schools, Our Voices: Mapping the Way to Success - Report of Findings and Considerations From 2014-15 Community Conversations about San Francisco Unified School District’s Local Control and Accountability Plan

The anticipated window for LCAP engagement meetings, focus groups and public forums is early February through mid-March.  Please stay tuned for more details to come!
 

Our Children, Our Families

Learn about this important proposition that was passed i
n November 2014 and what parents are saying they need to ensure that their families are healthy and receive the services they need.
 

The PAC thanks all those who took time to participate in our community conversations to inform the work of the Our Children, Our Families Council. We truly appreciate your very valuable input!


PAC Community Conversation Findings

PAC Summary and Report Submitted to SF Board of Education



 

Contact the PAC for information on any of the above information or to get involved in any of our campaigns