Highlights from the October 24, 2019, CUSD Board Meeting
Support for each child, the whole child, and every child remain at the core of all we do.
Interchanges between the two cities span cultural, fine arts, civic, commercial and educational activities and events. A key activity is the Student Exchange Program which began in 1979. Each autumn, middle school students from Toyokawa travel to Cupertino with their chaperones. They are guests of Cupertino and the Cupertino Union School District. Then, each spring, selected seventh- and eighth-grade students from Cupertino visit Toyokawa with their chaperones, in a similar exchange.
We hope you will join us to hear this important information and engage with the Board around the topic of enrollment and potential solutions. Please consider attending the meeting held at the middle school where your child(ren) attend or will most likely attend (feeder middle school). If one date does not work for you, we encourage you to attend a meeting location and time that is more convenient for you. In addition to these Board Meetings, if any school community would like someone from the District to come out for further conversation, we are happy to do so.
November 14, 2019, Board Meeting at Lawson Middle School, Gym, 6 PM
November 21, 2019, Board Meeting at Miller Middle School, Gym, 6 PM
December 12, 2019, Board Meeting at Kennedy Middle School, Gym, 6 PM
December 19, 2019, Board Meeting at Hyde Middle School, Gym, 6 PM
January 9, 2020, Board Meeting at Cupertino Middle School, Gym, 6 PM
Associate Superintendent of Student Support Services, Allison Liner, shared with the Board the State Local Indicators that must be presented to the Board by November of each year.
As part of the state's accountability system and the California Dashboard, each local educational agency (LEA) measures and reports progress on the following Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) priorities:
Ms. Liner shared District strengths, next steps and areas of growth.
Next Steps and Areas for Growth