Meaningful engagement of parents, students and other stakeholders, including those representing the subgroups identified in Education Code section 52052, is critical to the LCAP and budget process. Parents, school staff, community members, bargaining units servicing the Savanna School District’s English Learners, Foster Youth, low income students and students with special needs, were given an opportunity to respond to a stakeholder survey and to attend a variety of meetings. The resulting analysis gave us an opportunity to rank important issues to the staff and community in relation to our four goals found in Section 4. The major categories that are addressed as a result of this analysis affirm these goals. Areas of emphasis include the need to increase student achievement, address the needs of English Learners, offer academic assistance for students in need of intervention increase student engagement and access to technology, provide additional opportunities for parental input and involvement, and to continue to provide safe, well maintained school sites. Multiple stakeholder groups had an opportunity to review the components of the LCAP, including the annual review, proposed priorities, and action steps. Revisions to the LCAP resulting from stakeholder feedback were made. The revised LCAP draft was presented to the Board on May 8, 2018. Following the presentation, a public hearing took place for input and/or comments. The final draft of the LCAP was approved by the Board on June 12, 2018.
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