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  1. PRESENTATION GUIDE Dear School District Administrator, This PowerPoint presentation is intended to help initiate and facilitate community engagement in budget planning during the Local Control and Accountability Plan development process. The information included in this presentation is an example of what would be helpful to share with stakeholders. Feel free to add or omit information to tailor this presentation to the specific context of your district. We provide further guiding information throughout the presentation indicated by this symbol: This presentation is a companion to the Best Practices for Engaging Stakeholders in the Budget document. Sincerely,

  2. SUPPORTING OUR STUDENTS & FAMILIES DISTRICT’S NAMEBUDGET OVERVIEW District’s Logo Date

  3. OVERVIEW OF PRESENTATION About LCFF and LCAP How the Local Control Funding Formula Works Local Control & Accountability Plans LCAP Timeline The Big Picture Overview of our District Our District’s Student Achievement Our District’s Plans for Success Budget Development District Fiscal Trends – General Fund Revenue New Revenue Increase in District Financial Commitments New Investments Being Considered Proposed Supplemental & Concentration Reflections & Feedback

  4. ABOUT LCFF AND LCAP

  5. HOW THE LOCAL CONTROL FUNDING FORMULA (LCFF) WORKS BASE GRANTS SUPPLEMENTAL GRANTS CONCENTRATION GRANTS In 2013, California dramatically reformed the way it funds our public schools. LCFF established a funding system that provides school districts with base funding and extra dollars based on how many low-income students, English learners, and foster youth they serve. Every student generates a base grant, which funds basic educational costs, such as teacher salaries, retirement costs, instructional materials, etc. Every student who is low-income, learning English, or in foster care generates 20% more funding above the base grant. In districts where at least 55% of students are high-need, those high-need students above the 55% enrollment threshold generate an extra 50% of the base grant.

  6. SUPPLEMENTAL AND CONCENTRATION FUNDS – USED TO “INCREASE AND IMPROVE” SERVICES Districts Must Meet Specific Requirements in How They Use Supplemental and Concentration (S & C) Funding Increases S & C funds must be used to “increase and improve” services for high-need students (low income, English learner, and foster youth) S & C funds can be used for schoolwide and districtwide services that benefit non-high-need students, but must demonstrate the spending is “principally directed” and “effective” at improving outcomes for unduplicated pupils. The burden of demonstration depends on the concentration of high-need students. Districts must show that spending is the “most effective use” if (1) districtwide concentration of high-need students is below 55% or (2) schoolwide concentration of high-need students is below 40%. Otherwise districts only have to demonstrate the spending is an effective use of funds.

  7. THE LOCAL CONTROL & ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAPS) Each district’s LCAP must include the following: Plan summary Goals and measurable outcomes Actions Related expenditures LCAPs must include goals for each priority and each major student subgroup, including: Racial/ethnic subgroups Low-income students English learners Students with disabilities Foster youth Homeless youth LCAPs must address the 8 State Priorities*: Basic Services Implementation of standards Parental engagement Student achievement Student engagement School climate Access to courses Other student outcomes All school districts must adopt a Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP), a 3-year plan for how districts will use state funds to serve all students. * For county offices of education there are 2 additional priorities: (9) Instruction for Expelled Youth and (10) Foster Youth Services

  8. THE TIMEFRAME TO DEVELOP THE LCAP October 8, 20XX June 20XX Summer-Fall 20XX July 1, 20XX Spring 20XX Spring 20XX Winter 20XX County office of education must approve district LCAPs by October 8th. Required by Statute District hold at least 1 public hearing on the plan before board adopts it. Required by Statute School board adopts plan by July 1st in a public hearing. Required by Statute District responds in writing to feedback from parent advisory committees and incorporates feedback into plan. Suggested District engages the community to solicit input on the LCAP. District and community assess student needs. Suggested District creates first draft of plan, incorporating community input. Suggested District presents proposed plan to parent advisory committees for feedback and input. Suggested

  9. THE BIG PICTURE

  10. OVERVIEW OF OUR DISTRICT # of Schools # of Students # of Staff % of Students by Race/Ethnicity % of Students by group Elementary: Middle: High School: Alternative: Charter: TK-5: 6-8: 9-12: Total: Support Staff: Teachers: Administrators: Latino: African American/ Black: Asian: White: Other: Low-Income: English Learners: Foster Youth: Homeless Youth: % Unduplicated or High Need:

  11. OUR DISTRICT’S STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

  12. OUR DISTRICT’S STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

  13. OUR DISTRICT’S SCHOOL CLIMATE

  14. OUR DISTRICT’S PLANS FOR SUCCESS Answer the following questions for your stakeholders: Which LCAP goals are the district prioritizing to improve student achievement? How will our LCFF investments support meeting our district’s goals for improved student achievement? How does the LCAP reflect the district’s commitment to closing opportunity and achievement gaps? Which actions “increase an improve” services for targeted students, and if districtwide or schoolwide how is this an (the most) effective use of funds?

  15. BUDGET DEVELOPMENT

  16. MONEY COMING INTO THE DISTRICT OVER THE YEARS – GENERAL FUND REVENUE Total General Fund Revenue, 2014-2018 in Millions 2017-18 General Fund Revenue in Millions Increase in Revenue from 2016-17 to 2017-18 = $16.8 million

  17. WHERE WILL THE DISTRICT SPEND ITS MONEY? 2017-2018 Expenditures in Millions

  18. WHAT ARE THE DISTRICT’S SOURCES FOR NEW MONEY? $16.8 MILLION Revenue Sources in Millions

  19. WHAT IS THE DISTRICT COMMITTED TO SPENDING IN 2017-18?

  20. 2017-18 NEW INVESTMENTS BEING CONSIDERED Remaining New Revenue for 2017-18 = $10.8 Million Use the “Goal” column in this and the following tables to show how district investments will address the needs identified by the data displayed earlier in the presentation. CONTINUED

  21. 2017-18 NEW INVESTMENTS BEING CONSIDERED Remaining New Revenue for 2017-18 = $10.8 Million

  22. OTHER POTENTIAL NEW INVESTMENTS

  23. 2017-18 PROPOSED SUPPLEMENTAL & CONCENTRATION SPENDING (IN MILLIONS) CONTINUED

  24. 2017-18 PROPOSED SUPPLEMENTAL & CONCENTRATION SPENDING (IN MILLIONS) CONTINUED

  25. 2017-18 PROPOSED SUPPLEMENTAL & CONCENTRATION SPENDING (IN MILLIONS)

  26. REFLECTIONS & FEEDBACK

  27. REFLECTIONS & FEEDBACK Questions for discussion: What questions do you have about the information we presented? Is there anything we need to clarify? In what ways do these spending priorities resonate with you? In what ways do they not resonate with you? Which investments might we increase or add, and why? Which investments might we decrease or eliminate, and why? In what ways is this spending plan helping to close opportunity and achievement gaps within our district? Do you think the targeted actions/services will effectively increase/improve outcomes for targeted students? What alternative actions/services do you think might be more effective?

  28. THANK YOU!