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Serrano Parent Meeting Update

November 17, 2017

 

Dear Snowline Families,

An open parent meeting was convened today as a follow-up to yesterday’s powerful gathering of more than 300 Serrano High School students that was focused on hearing the concerns about incidents involving discrimination, hatred, and racism.  Over 100 mothers, fathers, grandparents, and other caregivers gathered in the Serrano High School Performing Arts Center to express their concerns and offer solutions to the same challenges.  Site and district leaders listened to the feedback and captured the information on charts for use at our schools.  I am pleased to indicate that the four-hour meeting was both positive and productive, with the latter portion being focused on suggested changes that will produce the best outcomes for our students.

 

Like yesterday, I was at Serrano High School before the day began and I stayed well beyond the ending time.  While I am proud to say the students and staff members made today’s learning experience another positive, productive, safe, and educational one at the school, that result was not my highlight.  I had the great fortune of connecting with and speaking to countless students again.  They consistently offered me words of appreciation, encouragement, and hope for an even better future.  Bottom line: our students are the best.

 

As I mentioned in yesterday’s report, wonderful outcomes must continue to occur for all of our students.  This will only happen if we work together.  Thank you for committing to doing just that.  It is what we owe every Snowline child.

 

Ryan Holman, Ed.D.

Superintendent

Snowline Joint Unified School District

 

 

 

17 de noviembre de 2017

 

Estimadas familias de Snowline,

 

Una reunión de padres abierta se convocó hoy como seguimiento de la poderosa reunión de ayer de más de 300 estudiantes de la Escuela Secundaria Serrano que se centró en escuchar las preocupaciones sobre incidentes relacionados con la discriminación, el odio y el racismo. Más de 100 madres, padres, abuelos y otros cuidadores se reunieron en el Centro de Artes Escénicas de la Escuela Secundaria Serrano para expresar sus preocupaciones y ofrecer soluciones a los mismos desafíos. Los líderes del sitio y del distrito escucharon los comentarios y capturaron la información en las tablas para usar en nuestras escuelas. Me complace indicar que la reunión de cuatro horas fue positiva y productiva, y que la última parte se centró en los cambios sugeridos que producirán los mejores resultados para nuestros estudiantes.

 

Como ayer, estaba en la Escuela Secundaria Serrano antes de que comenzara el día y me quedé mucho más allá de la hora de finalización. Aunque me enorgullece decir que los alumnos y el personal hicieron que la experiencia de aprendizaje de hoy fuera positiva, productiva, segura y educativa en la escuela, ese resultado no fue lo más destacado. Tuve la gran fortuna de conectarme con y hablar con innumerables estudiantes nuevamente. Constantemente me ofrecieron palabras de aprecio, aliento y esperanza para un futuro aún mejor. En pocas palabras: nuestros estudiantes son los mejores.

 

Como mencioné en el informe de ayer, los resultados maravillosos deben seguir ocurriendo para todos nuestros estudiantes. Esto solo sucederá si trabajamos juntos. Gracias por comprometerte a hacer exactamente eso. Es lo que le debemos a cada niño de Snowline.

 

Ryan Holman, Ed.D.

Superintendente de JUSD Snowline

 

Local Control and Accountability Plan--LCAP for 2017/2018

The LCAP is an important component of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Under the LCFF, all school districts are required to prepare an LCAP, which describes how they intend to meet annual goals for all pupils, with specific activities to address state and local priorities.  The LCAP is a three-year plan, which is required to be updated annually.  

 

Snowline's LCAP has been developed to continue to serve and "ensure endless possibilities for all students through high levels of learning".  Through the input of staff and community members, Snowline has identified goals for all students across the district and generated actions and services designed to achieve those goals.  

 

Please feel free to review the LCAP using the link below:

 

Local Control and Accountability Plan for 2017/2018

 

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact Superintendent Ryan Holman via email.

Community Cabinet Priorities Survey

We need your feedback to tell us which efforts are most important to you and the rest of our community.  This information will help us prioritize grant funds that benefit the community. Here is an online survey that only takes 2-minutes to complete!

 

Community Cabinet Survey

 

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