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  • LCAP Survey: Parents/Guardians and Community

    The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is the structure in California that provides funding for districts and schools. LCFF requires school districts to develop a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) focused on eight state priority areas: 1. Basic Services, 2. Implementation of State Standards, 3. Parent/Guardian Involvement, 4. Student Achievement, 5. Student Engagement, 6. School Climate, 7. Course Access, and 8. Other Student Outcomes. The LCAP development process depends on the input of our stakeholders: community members, parents, guardians, students, and staff. In partnership with our multiple stakeholder groups, we develop programs to serve our students based upon stakeholder feedback. We are asking for your participation in our annual LCAP stakeholder survey. Please complete the online survey on or before March 17, 2017 by clicking on this link.

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  • Encuesta LCAP: Padres/Guardianes y Comunidad

    El Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) es la estructura en California que provee fondos para distritos y escuelas. LCFF requiere que los distritos escolares desarrollen un Plan de Control y Responsabilidad Local (LCAP) enfocado en ocho áreas prioritarias estatales: 1. Servicios Básicos, 2. Implementación de Estándares Estatales, 3. Participación de Padres / Guardianes, 4. Logro Estudiantil, 5. Participación Estudiantil , 6. Clima escolar, 7. Acceso al curso, y 8. Otros resultados del estudiante. El proceso de desarrollo de LCAP depende del aporte de nuestros grupos de interés: miembros de la comunidad, padres, tutores, estudiantes y personal. En asociación con nuestros múltiples grupos de interesados, desarrollamos programas para servir a nuestros estudiantes basados en la retroalimentación de las partes interesadas. Le estamos solicitando su participación en nuestra encuesta anual de las partes interesadas de LCAP. Complete la encuesta en línea antes del 17 de marzo de 2017 presionando en la siguiente página de web.

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    Romoland School District named one of the Top WorkPlaces in Inland Empire!

    On December 1 2016, The Press Enterprise announced “The Press-Enterprise Top Workplaces” – a list of the best places to work in the Inland Empire. We are excited to announce that Romoland School District has been named on the list. The evaluation for the Top Workplaces program is based upon feedback from an employee survey that many of our employees completed a few months ago. 35 companies have been selected for the Top Workplaces award. We are honored to have been selected for the award, particularly as the judges were our employees! Click here to view the complete list

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  • Congratulations Mr. Bunn, 2017 California Teacher of the Year!

    Shaun Bunn, 8th grade Math teacher at Ethan A. Chase Middle School, has been selected as a 2017 California Teacher of the Year! We are so proud of him and all his hard work for our students. Click here to read the article.

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  • Understanding the CAASPP Student Score Report

    Student score reports for the California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress (CAASPP) are being mailed to parents/guardians now. For more information about understanding the score report, or about CAASPP in general, please visit this page.

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