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LCAP Planning Schedule

April 28, 2014  6:00 p.m.
Board of Education Study Session
Study Session on LCAP

 

June 3, 2014 7:00 p.m.
Board of Education  Meeting
LCAP Public Hearing and Board Review

 

June 17, 2014 7:00 p.m. 
Board of Education Meeting
LCAP Adoption
 

Lodi Unified is currently working on the new district plan – the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).  This new state requirement is part of Governor Brown’s new funding model for education and is based on the eight priorities established by the California State Board of Education.  A detailed description of the priorities can be found on the California Department of Education website.

Governor Brown’s plan increases funds to schools over an eight year timeframe.  A portion of the funds must be used to provide services to low income students, English Learners, and foster youth. In addition, funds are available for districts to reduce class sizes in kindergarten through 3rd grade to 24 students by the end of the eight year timeframe.   Lodi Unified will reach this goal in the 2014-2015 school year.

It is important to recognize that we are developing the LCAP and corresponding budget documents based on Governor Brown’s budget which is not yet an official state budget.  Changes can occur between now and the time a state budget is approved.

The link below will connect you to our LCAP Working Document.  This document is based on current Board priorities and the input we have received from the community.  A draft LCAP will be prepared based on Board discussion of the Working Document.  The public may comment on the LCAP at any regular Board Meeting.  If the LCAP is not on the agenda, the public may comment during the Public Comment portion of the meeting.

LCAP Working Document

Bonnie Cassel unanimously selected Lodi Unified School District board president

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Longtime Lodi Unified School District trustee and retired teacher Bonnie Cassel has been selected to serve as board president by her ...more

Pertussis (Whooping Cough) Immunization Requirements for Students

All students entering the 7th grade for the 2013-2014 school year will need proof of a Tdap booster shot before starting school.

Immunization Proof Required

We encourage all families to get their child’s booster shot as soon as possible and then bring in the updated immunization record to your school site this school year.

AB354 Frequently Asked Questions for Parents - English

AB354 Frequently Asked Questions for Parents - Spanish

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California Business for Education Excellence Names Five LUSD Schools for the 2013 Honor Roll

Congratulations to Manlio Silva, Tokay Colony and Vinewood elementary schools, along with Elkhorn and Middle College High for being named Honor Roll Schools by California Business for Education Excellence.

Each year, California Business for Education Excellence recognizes high performing schools based on student achievement outcomes.  More information can be found at www.cbee.org.

District News


PUBLIC NOTICE:   Intent to apply for Cohort 9 – After School Safety and Education for Teens (ASSETs) Grant

Application Deadline:  December 12, 2013


The Lodi Unified School District herby notifies the local community of its intention to apply for the 21st Century, Cohort 9 - After School Safety and Education for Teens (ASSETs) grant on behalf of Bear Creek and Ronald E. McNair High Schools for fiscal year 2014-15.  The ASSETs grant provides funding for after-school programs that feature academic assistance, academic enrichment, family literacy services, nutritious snacks, physical activities, and collaboration with community partners.   If you would like more information, please contact Jose Maciel, Categorical Program Manager at (209) 331-8905

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DISTINGUISHED SCHOOL AWARDS

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2012 Awards

Aspire River Oaks Charter School has been selected as 2012 Distinguished Elementary School
 

 
 

Previous Years Awards

2011 Distinguished  Middle and High Schools
Elkhorn School and Middle College High at San Joaquin Delta College 

2010 Distinguished Elementary Schools
Aspire River Oaks Charter School

2009 Distinguished Middle and High Schools
Benjamin Holt College Preparatory Academy

2008 Distinguished Elementary Schools
Ellerth E. Larson Elementary and Julia Morgan Elementary

2007 Distinguished Middle and High Schools
Elkhorn School and Middle College High at San Joaquin Delta College

It is an honor to recognize the students, parents, teachers, and administrators who helped earn these most prestigious awards.  Congratulations!

Distinguished School Awards Listing

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CWA Office Has Moved

The Child Welfare & Attendance (CWA) office has relocated.  CWA is no longer at the District Office. 

Their new address is:
13451 N. Extension Rd.
Lodi, CA 95242

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JAESC Employees Raise Money For Scholarships

French Fries – Most Unique – Rhonda Baumgartner

Minions – Judge’s Choice – Christine Heredia

Barkleyville – Best Taste – Deloris Bohoman

Shoe Display - Best Decoration – Cathy Washer

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Beijing Opera Performs at THS

The Beijing Opera Performed at Tokay High School.  The event was held as a benefit for Lodi Unified's Giving Opportunities to Kids (GOT Kids) fundraising foundation.

See the full story at
The Record Beijing Opera