Merced Union High School District LCAP Response Form
Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
The Merced Union High School District invites parents, teachers, students and community stakeholders to participate in the review and development of the Local Control Accountability Plan. We look forward to the successful implementation of our plan, as well as the community’s thoughts and ideas toward increasing student achievement and enhancing services for our students.
What is the LCAP and how does it work? Short video.
Which school site are you representing?
Atwater High School
Buhach Colony High School
El Capitan High School
Golden Valley High School
Livingston High School
Merced High School
Sequoia High School
Yosemite / IHS
Merced Adult School
Parent / Guardian
Ethnicity of your child/children
Select all that apply
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1. PUPIL LEARNING LOSS
Address learning loss for all students including English Learners, Homeless, Foster Youth, and Students withDisabilities. Create more intervention time in the schedule and reorganize staffing to address needs.
2. PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
Increase professional learning for staff in specific components of distance learning, including classroom management, instructional design, and feedback.. Create targeted supports for English Learners, Special Education students, and other student groups in the areas of math and English.
3. SOCIAL-EMOTIONAL LEARNING SUPPORT
Increase counseling services; increase mental health support; adopt and implement asocial-emotional curriculum.
4. STRENGTHENING STUDENT CONNECTEDNESS
Emphasize personal relationships in virtual settings, foster greater student agency in learning activities and create more learning experiences for students with a focus on skills (4Cs).
5. LONG TERM DISTANCE LEARNING and IN-PERSON INSTRUCTION
Families requested the option for full year distance learning and in-person learning options. The in-person model would be a hybrid model to reduce the number of students at any one time on a school campus. A hybrid model would blend in-person instruction and additional independent instructional assignments online.
6. STUDENT MEALS
Choice to pick up food at closest campus; less frozen food and more hot meals; delivery of meals to remote locations using bus drivers.
7. CULTURALLY RESPONSIVE PEDAGOGY
Offer culturally responsive trainings and opportunities that consider historical and systemic racism/oppression, and implicit bias with a social emotional focus.
8. TECHNOLOGY CONNECTIVITY
Provide technology support for students connecting to the Internet or digital curriculum. There is a need to talk to a person for help, as videos alone are not always effective.
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