Time & Location:
California School Board Association’s Annual Education Conference, Thursday, December 1, 2016, 8:30am – 9:45am, Room 2024, Moscone West San Francisco
“California’s leadership role in district planning and accountability hasn’t been without hiccups or critics, yet great opportunity exists to leverage the Local Control and Accountability Plan into a powerful tool for better schools. Learn successful methods to move LCAP efforts beyond mere compliance to an important strategic tool that aligns and engages all stakeholders, with emphasis on opportunities to promote governance decision and planning, financial and application-level clarity, true district transparency and accountability, plus pitfalls to avoid.”
Strategic Organizational Alignment from Board to Site Level
Dr. Mary Suzuki, Superintendent, Bear Valley USD
(909) 866-4631, mary_suzukiX@bearvalleyusdX.org
For over 24 years, Mary has served as a teacher at multiple grade levels, literacy coach, principal, Director of Curriculum, and Assistant Superintendent, and earned a doctorate degree in educational leadership from Azusa Pacific University.
Maximizing Stakeholder Engagement While Avoiding Stakeholder Fatigue
Dr. Lisa Waner, Executive Director of Educational Services, Bear Valley USD
Beginning as an Elementary teacher in 1987, Lisa has held a variety of education roles and has presented nationally on K-12 writing instruction. Her PhD is from UC Riverside, where she is also an adjunct professor in the Teacher Credential program.
Transparent & Measurable District Accountability
Linda Rosado, Executive Director of Business Services, Bear Valley USD
(909) 866-4631, linda_rosadoX@bearvalleyusdX.org
Linda has attended Park University and USC, and has put 30 years of finance experience in banking and public education to work most recently for Silver Valley USD and Bear Valley USD.
Avoiding Common LCAP Pitfalls
Randall Putz, Former Bear Valley USD Board Member / Partner, Gobo LLC
(888) 938-7779, randallX@goboinfoX.com
As creator of the original LCAP Infographic, Randall continues a commitment to help effectively educate children and share our public schools’ good work. Leveraging a 30-year professional career that uniquely combines marketing with technology, Randall leads the Gobo effort to make complex things simple. He is an Oregon Duck and serves as Councilmember for the City of Big Bear Lake.
- Full Presentation in PDF format
- 5 Steps to a Better LCAP
- Ever Increasing Burden on Public Schools List
- LCAP Insights through Structured Data
- LCAP Infographics for School Districts and COEs