- Monday, January 30
- Reading Fair entries due! All boards must be turned in by 4:00pm to qualify for judging. Boards must be brought to the office before school and to the cafeteria after school.
- Tuesday, January 31
- Reading Fair!
- 8:00am:Judges will be arrive
- 8:30am: Reading Fair judging begins
- 6:00pm: Reading Fair Award Reception
Who will go home with the big trophy? Come to the awards reception to find out!
- Budget and LCAP Information Meeting at the District Office
- 6:30pm: Come and find out the district’s budget basics. Where does the district’s funding come from and how is it spent? Hear the budget outlook for 2017-2018, and hear about staff and parent input. Meeting will be in English with Spanish translation. (More information below.)
- Reading Fair!
- February 7 – LCAP Input Meeting at John Gill School at 6:30pm (More information below)
- February 16 – Last Day for AR Goal #2
- February 17 – No School – Presidents Day Holiday
- February 20 – No School – Presidents Day Holiday
LCAP Input Meetings
The Redwood City School District is hosting five Parent/Community information/input meetings to discuss the the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP):
- General Parent/Community/Staff Stakeholder LCAP Meeting
Jan 31, 6:00pm at District Office Board Room
- Parents/Community Members/Staff Stakeholders from Garfield, Hoover, Selby Lane, and Fair Oaks, and Taft and in Spanish with English Translation
Feb 2, 6:00pm at Hoover School MUB
- DELAC Meeting
Feb 6, 6:00pm at District Office Board Room
- Parents/Community Members/Staff from John Gill, Roosevelt, Hawes, Kennedy, MIT and John Gill in English with Spanish Translation
Feb 7, 6:30pm at John Gill School
- Parents/Community Members/Staff from Orion, Cloud, NSA, Clifford, Henry Ford, and in English with Spanish Translation
Feb 9, 6:00pm at Orion School MUB
The LCAP is a critical part of the way the state of California funds school districts through the local control funding formula process (LCFF). School districts receive additional funds based on the number of Low Income, English Learner and Foster Youth students that are enrolled within the district. The state is allowing districts to work in partnership with the community to decide how best to use the funds. We need your help as parents, educators, employees, students and the community in the planning process to determine how to allocate our resources to meet our districts vision and goals. Please join and participate in one of our stakeholder meetings as we continue to develop and update our LCAP.
Questions? Please contact Wendy Kelly at email@example.com
Have a great week!