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  • Dr. Janet Schulze, Superintendent Norma Gonzales, Assistant Superintendent, Human Resources Anthony Molina, Executive Director, Educational Services Eileen Chen, Executive Director, Educational Services Larry Scott, Director, Facilities Management and Information Technology

    Duane Smith, Board President George Miller, Vice President Joe Arenivar, Board Trustee Dr. Laura Canciamilla, Board Trustee De’Shawn Woolridge, Board Trustee Alexa Gonzales, Student Board Member

    PITTSBURG Unified School District Every Scholar, Every Day. They Deserve Nothing Less Than Our Best.

    Stakeholder Engagement State Priority #3

    Our District 19 Square Miles

    14 Schools

    8 Elementary Schools

    3 Junior High Schools

    1 High School

    1 Continuation High School

    1 Adult Education Center

    579 Teachers (K-12)

    1290 School District Employees

    Public meetings where parents and

    community members review

    LCAP goals and give input and feedback on programs and

    effectiveness.

    Parent and community

    representatives from each school meet

    monthly at the District Office to

    discuss programs, progress, and

    concerns.

    Parents and community

    members of school ELAC meet monthly to discuss progress

    and concerns related to English Learner

    students and programs.

    Student advisory group at Pittsburg High School meets

    monthly with Superintendent.

    PEA and CSEA partners meet quarterly with

    Cabinet.

    Parent Liaisons offer regular workshops

    for PUSD parents on early literacy, college readiness, parenting

    tips, and more.

    LCAP Community Meetings

    Parent Feedback is based on survey questions of the School Smarts series.

    “My favorite part of the School Smarts Parents Academy was…”

    Engagement Focuses on Welcoming Environment, Communication, Supporting Student Success, and Empowerment

    District Advisory Committee

    (DAC)

    District English Learner Advisory Committee

    (DELAC)

    Superintendent’s Student Advisory

    Council (SuperSAC)

    Superintendent’s Roundtables

    Parent Liaison Workshops

    The state’s Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) replaced California’s finance system for K-12 schools in 2013. LCFF provides school districts like Pittsburg Unified School District with base funding and additional funding based on the number of low-income, English learner, and foster youth served.

    School districts are required to produce a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), a three-year plan that demonstrates how increased resources are linked to meeting the needs of all students.

    PARENT AND FAMILY LIAISONS AT ALL 13 SCHOOLS

    PITTSBURG UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT

    2000 Railroad Avenue Pittsburg, CA 94565 Phone: 925.473.2300 Fax: 925.473.4265 Web: www.pittsburg.k12.ca.us

    Facebook and Twitter: @PittsburgUSD

    PUSD Cabinet

    PUSD School Board

    What is LCAP?

    "I really liked this class because it cleared up a few questions I had regarding the system and structure and how I can better help my kids." — Cassandra Frith

    "Preparing for a lifetime of learning because I was able to learn when and how I should start planning my kids for college. The School Smarts Parent Academy is the best because we've learned a lot from this program. All of the information we need for our student's success is covered in School Smarts." — Geraldine Abalos

    "The importance they give us, the parents, to get more involved in the academic development of our children." — Irma Martinez

    "Learning new things and exchanging experiences and ideas with parents from other schools." — Valeria Lopez Cruz

    Local Control Accountability Plan Summary 2018- 2019

    • Student Demographics

    • LCAP Budget

    • State Goals and Progress

    • Priority Areas

    • Stakeholder Engagement

    Summary Highlights:

  • 20% GRADUATION RATE INCREASE OVER 5 YEARS

    PUSD'S COLLEGE AND CAREER READY INDICATOR IS HIGHER THAN THE STATE

    2013 VS 2018 SHOWS SIGNIFICANT GRADUATION RATE INCREASE FOR MAJOR STUDENT GROUPS

    Dashboard Graduation Rate

    91% 2018

    Cohort Graduation Rate Equals

    71% 2013

    District's Cohort Dropout Rate

    22% 2013

    PUSD

    49% STATE

    42%

    Hispanic Latino Students

    91% 18% GAIN

    African American Students

    92% 26% GAIN

    English Language Learners

    80% 18% GAIN

    PUSD HIGHLIGHTS

    COLLEGE AND CAREER INDICATOR UP 27% SINCE 2016

    16% DECREASE IN DROPOUTS FROM 5 YEARS AGO

    PUSD Priority Areas

    State Goals and Progress Indicators DESCRIPTIONS 2014 - 2015 2015 - 2016 2016 - 2017 2017 - 2018 2018-2019

    GOAL

    11,345 students

    $24,215,450

    Student Demographics (2018/2019 CALPADS)

    2018-2019 LCAP Budget

    71% Free/Reduced Lunch

    25% English Learners

    10% Special Education Students

    2% Homeless

    0.5% Foster Youth

    64% Hispanic

    5% Other

    16% African American

    3% Asian

    2% Pacific Islander

    5% White

    5% Filipino

    Average Attendance Rate: 95.5 95.8% 95.6% 94.3% 95%

    Suspension Rate: 6.5% 6.1% 7.2% 7.7% 7%

    English Learner Re-Classification: 6.4% 8.5% 14.9% 11% 14%

    CAASPP ELA: 30% 34% 33% 34% 36%

    CAASPP Math: 22% 22% 20% 20% 22%

    Graduation Rate (4-year Cohort): 88% 89% 85% 88% 90%

    Graduation Rate (CA Dashboard) --- 94% 87% 91% 92%

    UC / CSU Eligibility (A-G Requirement): 32% 31% 33% 32% 34%

    College and Career Ready --- 22% 26% 49% 52%

    (Pittsburg Unified School District is committed to reducing gaps in proficiency among all student groups to 3%)

    E v e r y S c h o l a r , E v e r y D a y . T h e y D e s e r v e N o t h i n g L e s s T h a n O u r B e s t .

    State Priorities

    1. Basic Services

    2. Common Core State Standards

    3. Parent Involvement

    4. Student Achievement

    5. Student Engagement

    6. School Climate

    7. Course Access

    8. Other Student Outcomes

    Engaging and Rigorous Teaching and Learning

    • Vision 2027 • Math, English, and ELD Curriculum • STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics) • Strengthen Dual Immersion Program • Align Assessment System • State Priority #1,2,4,5,7,8

    Equity, Access and Success

    • Early Literacy Initiative • Extra Support for English Language Learners • After School and Summer Learning Opportunities • Increase and Restructure Resources for Students with Disabilities • Further Develop Career, Technology Pathways, AP Opportunities, and Career, Counseling Supports • State Priority #1,2,4,7,8

    Student & Family Assets

    • Multi-tiered Structure for Socio-Emotional Supports • Provide Mental Health Services for Students • Community Schools • Enhance Parent and Family Engagement • State Priority #3,5,6

    Recruit, Retain and Support Staff

    • Offer Competitive Compensation Packages • Provide Mentors to New Teachers • Professional Development Opportunities • Improve Communications • State Priority #1,3,4,6

    Facilities to Support Student Learning

    • Improve Buildings and Facilities • Transparent Budgeting • Enhance Technology Infrastructure • Expand Green Efforts and Practices • Plan for Enrollment Growth • State Priority #1,6 PUSD's

    Dropout Rate

    6% 2018