PAUSD: Local Control Accountability Plan Community Meeting
Tues, Oct 25, 8 – 10 AM & 5 – 8 PM
District Office, Board Room, 25 Churchill Ave., Palo Alto
The Palo Alto Unified School District is updating the Local Control and Accountability Plan as required by the California Department of Education. Development of the plan must include input from key stakeholders. The District would like to invite you to return and participate in the LCAP Community meeting. At this meeting we will share progress on this year’s plan and solicit feedback on 16-17 goals, actions and measurements as we began to develop the 2017/18 plan.
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Be educated! The Palo Alto PTA Council and League of Women Voters have organized an opportunity for you to meet the Palo Alto Unified School District Board of Education candidates on September 22nd, 2016 in the school district offices at 25 Churchill Ave, Palo Alto. It will begin promptly at 7.00 pm and close by 9.00 pm. The Board of Education is the K-12 policy-making body for academic standards, curriculum, instructional materials, assessments and accountability.
Thank you to the League of Women Voters of Palo Alto for sponsoring this forum that encourages informed and active participation in government. The League and PTAC neither supports nor opposes candidates. The Candidates Forum is organized to provide equal and non-preferential opportunities for each candidate for Palo Alto Unified School Board to make short prepared statements and to answer questions written by audience members on cards provided at the event. Volunteers make the event run smoothly.
The entire Forum will be videotaped by Midpeninsula studios and broadcast later on community TV channels. All other recordings, visual and audio, are prohibited