Albany Unified School District

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Stakeholder Engagement

In Albany USD, one of the three primary goals is to Communicate and Lead Together.  We cherish the relationships that we have with parents, students, and community members as we work together to provide our students with the best education possible.The LCAP stakeholder engagement process is critical.  This is how we do it:


Advisory Committee Members and School Staff prepare materials and schedule appointments at over 40 different site-based and community-based meetings.


The site-based and community-based meetings are held. Most often these are PTA, School Site Council, and Staff meetings. At these meetings, we present our essential student needs and ask four questions:

  • Please review some of the data points on the district’s most critical areas.  What do you notice?
  • What data is also important to consider and what does it tell you?  (Or, what do you hope it tells you?
  • What do all students need to be successful?
  • What do students need to be successful given their unique circumstances?

As the groups talk about the Essential Student Needs, careful notes are taken and returned to the LCAP Advisory Committee. 

Click here to view the Essential Student Needs - 2017


Click here to view the Stakeholder Engagement Questions


The Advisory Committee reviews all the notes and connects the ideas to the Eight State Priorities.

June 13th and 27th, 2017

The LCAP plan is then written and brought to the School Board in public sessions for review and adoption.