Saturday, March 15, 2014

Cluster meetings provide setting for community input on the district's LCAP

Thanks to the hundreds of parents, students,administrators, teachers, support staff and community members who participated in the district’s five Vision 2020 forums, centered around creating quality schools in every neighborhood. Your input was vital to the future of our schools as well to the development of the district's Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).  Looking ahead, LCAP workshops have now been scheduled at the Cluster level. This is a next phase in the opportunity for students, parents, staff, and community members to provide input. Please join us at one of the upcoming workshops: 
Clairemont3/205:30 p.m.Marston Middle School Media Center
Crawford3/175:30 p.m.Mann Middle School
Henry3/204:30 p.m.Henry High School
Hoover3/245 p.m.
Clark Middle School
Kearny3/204:30 p.m.Kearny High Complex, Rm. 301
La Jolla3/204 p.m.Muirlands Middle School
Lincoln3/246 p.m.Porter Elementary School
Madison 3/17   4 p.m.
Madison High School Library
Mira Mesa3/245:30 p.m.Mira Mesa High School
Mission Bay4/106 p.m.Pacific Beach Middle School
Morse3/175:30 p.m.Zamorano Elementary
Point Loma4/74:30 p.m.
Correia Middle School
San Diego3/105:30 p.m.SD High Complex Library
Scripps Ranch3/194:30 p.m.Marshall Middle School
Serra3/174:30 p.m.Farb Middle School
University City3/244:30 p.m.UC High School Media Center
As the district continues to develop the Vision 2020 and Quality Schools in Every Neighborhood model of school reform, it continues to engage stakeholders in partnership. If you have a question about the cluster engagement process regarding LCAP, contact the Office of District Relations at 619-725-7505 or visit the website at