Welcome to our LCAP Blog 

The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) provides an opportunity for parents, students, community members and staff to offer suggestions on how we can better serve our students. This blog provides all stakeholders with an easy means of communicating recommendations so that ideas can be shared throughout our educational community and decisions reflecting those ideas can be made. Please join the discussion! Comments and concerns will contribute to this important work.

El  Plan de Control Local y Rendimiento de Cuentas (conocido por sus siglas en inglés, LCAP) ofrece una oportunidad para que los padres, estudiantes, miembros de la comunidad y el personal proporcionen sugerencias acerca de cómo podemos servir mejor a nuestros estudiantes. Este blog ofrece a todos los interesados ​​un medio sencillo de comunicar las recomendaciones para que las ideas puedan ser compartidas en toda nuestra comunidad educativa y las decisiones que reflejan esas ideas se puedan hacer. ¡Por favor únase a la conversación! Comentarios y preocupaciones contribuirán a este trabajo importante.

 

Posted by eanasto On 05 September, 2017 at 1:55 PM  8 Comments

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Karla mendoza (Guest) said On 19 January, 2017 at 11:35 AM
I went to the meeting this morning for Monterey Hights School Can you please help to put grass in the play ground for the kids , before school they walk around , also we need more help a math practice , Teacher ,parents, student ... I need to send my suggestions , how and where   
Norma (Guest) said On 18 June, 2016 at 7:33 PM
In reading the DRAFT LCAP's 17 Priorities, I noticed: E4 Improve home to school communication My children attend Los Altos Elementary. In the three years they have been there, we only get simple calls regarding school closure hours and SOMETIMES about events. Many parents feel uninformed and always having to call the school to be informed. As a parent, it's frustrating to not know what's going on with our children's education. Family members in other schools/districts tell me how they get weekly emails about school activities. I honestly hope the school can do a better job reaching out to us. With free social media, this shouldn't be so difficult to do.  
Ernie Anastos said On 18 March, 2016 at 11:44 AM
Thanks for your suggestion. While we do not have an actual STEAM lab in place, two of our schools have a pre-engineering program called Project Lead the Way which helps kids become more engaged in learning about this field. The District is committed to expanding technology at every site. We will add your suggestion to the list of ideas for consideration.  
Bea (Guest) said On 18 March, 2016 at 11:35 AM
Other districts have a STEAM lab for their students like the one at Qualcomm. I think that would be a great thing for our kids.  
eanasto said On 17 March, 2016 at 1:45 PM
The Lemon Grove School District has a meeting scheduled for May 3 at 6:30 PM in the Community Room of the Lemon Grove Library. In addition, the individual schools will also be sending out announcements about meetings held at each school site.  
Miguel (Guest) said On 17 March, 2016 at 1:37 PM
My wife works days. Will there be another evening meeting this school year also?  
Ernie Anastos (Guest) said On 16 March, 2016 at 9:58 AM
There is a morning meeting scheduled. Our next LCAP meeting is scheduled for April 12 at 9:00 AM in the Community Room of the Lemon Grove Library.  
Miguel (Guest) said On 16 March, 2016 at 9:54 AM
I work during the evenings and would like to attend an LCAP meeting. Are there any scheduled during the day?  
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