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CAP (Community Advisory Partners) Meetings for the 2017/18 School Year (January and April)

Why Should You Attend?  Parent and staff input is key to helping move forward our academic achievement goals.  The January CAP meeting will focus on student achievement by reviewing the recently released 2017 data known as the California Dashboards.  The April CAP meetings will focus on reviewing the District’s Local Control Accountability Draft Plan.  Each school site is unique.  Student academic goals, proficiency levels, and how and what each campus needs to make continuous improvements are site-based discussions.  Your participation is vital to help craft the decisions and impacts regarding these important topics.  The meeting set up is interactive and your participation is at your specific school site table.  Please see the attached schedule for dates and locations.  All meetings begin at 6:00 p.m.  

Posted by: Laura Boss, District Admin, Temecula Valley Unified School District Published:12/20/17
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