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Upcoming Speakers

Join us in hearing from three speakers that can help you better understand and talk with your child.
+March 3, 2020 Ebonee Weathers, LGBT & Advocacy Program Manager will be speaking about Identity based inclusion. This will occur as part of the Point Loma Cluster meeting (4:30pm Correia Library)
+March 19, 2020 Dr. Tim Elmore presents "Generation Z Unfiltered" at Dana Middle School, 6pm in the Jackson Auditorium
+April 13, 2020 Sarah Ott, Executive Director for Special Education will discuss how to understand and include students with special needs. This will occur as part of the Point Loma Cluster meeting (4:30pm Correia Library)

PLCSF 2020 Meetings

Please join us in the Correia Library at 4:30pm for Cluster meetings:
*No January Meeting*
February 3, 2020
March 2, 2020
April 13, 2020 (one week later than usual due to Spring Break)
May 4, 2020

Proposed Cluster Events

See what hot topics the PLCSF decided to focus on during 2018-2019 school year. The PLCSF have designed parent nights around these important topics.

Nominations are open for the PLCSF Executive Committee 2019-2020

All executive positions are available. This group is the guiding force of topics and meetings for the Cluster Foundation. To nominate yourself please follow this link. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSefSRvtGr8NUxM6l04MVsPS2n__MpVlFVlObuh_21Fw8oZfHw/viewform?usp=sf_link

California School Dashboard

The state’s new accountability system was created to assist stakeholders in engaging with San Diego Unified in productive conversations around the Local Control Accountability Plan.

The new system, based on multiple measures, is a byproduct of the Local Control Funding Formula passed in 2013 that requires districts to align academic programs and district services with their spending plans. Performance on these multiple measures will be reported through the California School Dashboard.

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The Decoder: Restorative Practice

Restorative Practice can sound a bit frightening. Google it and you end up with some “interesting” sites on restorative justice. Delve in and it’s good. The approach has its roots in many ancient cultures including Celtic and Hebrew. Often we forget that our Middle/High School students are still developing and need a framework and discussions just like toddlers do albeit on a higher level.

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Point Loma Cluster Schools Foundation Meeting
Date: 12/2/2019, 4:30 PM 6 PM
Location: Correia Middle School Library

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