Eureka Union
School District

Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (2020–21)
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The Learning Continuity (LCP) is a plan that includes actions that school districts will take to ensure learning continuity during the COVID-19 crisis in the 2020–21 school year. Additionally, the LCP is intended to balance the needs of all stakeholders, including educators, parents, students, and community members. The LCP was approved by September 21, 2020. 

Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) & Federal Addendum
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The LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan), a multi-year (3 year) document, includes three (3) goal areas which frame the priorities for our continual improvement. Our Board of Trustees approved the LCAP along with our District Budget at the June 27th Board Meeting. The approved LCAP document is 137 pages but a summary has been created below that provides highlights of each goal area as we begin the 2019-20 school year. The LCAP Federal Addendum compliments the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) to provide stakeholders with a comprehensive picture of how funds are used to support students in your LEA. 
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The following are highlights of each goal area:

Goal 1: EUSD will provide high quality classroom instruction and curriculum that promote college and career readiness with academic interventions to eliminate barriers to student success. Top of Page

  • Expanded Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) to achieve successful academic outcomes for all students
    • Continue utilizing UDL (Universal Design for Learning) for improving Tier 1 instruction
    • Adopt valid and reliable tools (multi-measure system) for targeted intervention
    • Adopt the culturally-responsive framework for promoting cultural proficiency
    • Continue calibration of intervention models across divisions for literacy and math
    • Re-calibrate collaboration time to improve outcomes for low-performing groups
    • Create opportunities for teacher leadership focused on serving ELs, improving math instruction, and promoting cultural proficiency through district- stipend positions
  • Differentiated program supports and instructional materials (textbooks, supplies, equipment, & learning environment enhancements)
    • Provide support for research-based effective supplementary resources for improving student learning and increasing engagement
    • Review and pilot high-quality, NGSS-aligned materials 
    • Explore, study, and analyze History/Social Sciences Frameworks
    • Utilize a research-based intervention curriculum for Math consistently for divisions
  • Targeted and Research-based Professional Development
    • Math focus on the domains of number sense, fractions and ratios and proportions
    • ELA/ELD focus on closing achievement gaps for SWD and African American students
    • Training on culturally-responsive or culturally-proficient instruction
    • UDL professional development targeted and consistent on principles and guidelines
    • PD on effective strategies for English Learners and for teacher collaboration
  • Comprehensive, balanced student assessments
    • Increase utilization of CAASPP’s Interim Assessment Blocks with supports for subgroups
    • Finalize summative assessments for ELA and Math, aligned to priority standards 
    • Use NNAT-3 as a tool to determine GATE eligibility, expand efforts to increase testing rates for unduplicated sub-groups

Goal 2: EUSD will support the physical, mental, emotional, and social well-being of all students by promoting prosocial behavior, teaching coping and decision-making skills, and modeling positive relationships.Top of Page

  • Improve Physical Education programs for all students
    • Review quality and refine based on needs K-8 physical education programs.
    • Explore ways of improving physical fitness of all subgroups 
  • Expand Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) to achieve successful social emotional outcomes for all students
    • Expand Tier 1 social emotional learning opportunities with consistent curriculum
    • Expand school counseling supports for students who require targeted interventions
  • Expand Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) to achieve successful behavioral outcomes for all students
    • Review and refine school wide behavior systems across sites with positive behavioral choices and actions
    • Create Behavior Intervention Teams at the Junior High sites, and one for TK-6th
    • Consistent documentation via PowerSchool to determine patterns in behavior across the district so researched based interventions can be appropriately determined
  • Professional Development
    • Expand opportunities for classified and certificated staff development
  • Attendance and Chronic Absenteeism
    • Attendance data disaggregated by subgroup, used to identify students/families support
    • The District will continue to communicate the critical importance of student attendance
    • School staff will coordinate a plan with resources to support students/families

Goal 3: EUSD will ensure all school sites have safe, welcoming, and inclusive climates for all students and their families, so that all students have opportunities to be successful.Top of Page

  • Safety and Climate
    • Professional Development will be held for all staff to ensure support models are understood for students, how and where to report such concerns, the districts plan to support students, and everyone’s role in an emergency situation
    • Implement an anonymous TIP line on the District website, and train staff and students on how to report concerns for the safety of all students and staff across the district
    • Partnerships with Local Agencies  such as Sheriff's Office, Fire, Roseville Police etc.
    • Provide continued funding to staff full time School Resource Officer (SRO) 
    • Provide resources for sites to strengthen partnerships for safety by collaborating for effective emergency and evacuation drills, best practices, etc.
    • Provide the implementation of prioritized D-Prep Recommendations using recent studies to enable schools to develop specific plans for addressing safety measures
    • Public School Works training that meets legal mandates and safety procedures
    • Pilot options for electronic Visitor Sign-In /Sign-Out for confidentiality and ease of tracking volunteers, who is on campus, early dismissals from campuses, etc. 
    • Study cost effective and reliable options for effective communications to support emergency and disaster preparedness efforts
  • Home-to-School Support
    • Free bus passes will continue to be offered to eligible students and support families
    • Explore opportunities for home visits for families who may require support
  • Parent Engagement
    • Continue to hold parent workshops with timely topics of need for families
    • Explore other Family Nights opportunities on other types of topics for our identified subgroup needs such as electronic registration, Love & Logic, etc.

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