CASCWA SAN JOAQUIN SECTION'S
Comprehensive Training & Focused Professional Development
"Training When It Matters!"
August 6-7, 2015
Topics and Strands
The new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) mandates that schools and districts address State established priorities. These priorities includes BASIC SERVICES, STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT, STUDENT ENGAGEMENT, SCHOOL CLIMATE, AND OTHER STUDENT OUTCOMES. This training is specifically designed to address these LCFF areas related to your LCAP plans.
Successful School Wide Attendance Programs, Reducing Chronic Absenteeism, Successful School Level SARB Practices, Successful District Level SARB Practices, Successful SARB prosecutions, Partnering with others to Support High Needs Students using the SARB process, Independent Study Compliance
Successful Intervention Programs
PBIS, Discipline that Restores, Restorative Justice, Youth Court, Alternatives to Suspension, Alternatives To Expulsion, Resilience Based Programs, Social Emotional Learning, AB 420/AB 1729, AVID
Technical and Practical Training
AB 490, AB 167/216, IDEA, 504, Student Records, Drug Identification, Student Rights, Suspensions, Expulsions, Title IX Compliance, Legislative Updates and Changes.
Breakout sessions will be 1:10 minutes with some topics extending two sessions.
SB 1626 Campus Security and Safety Training
August 5-7, 2015
The conference will also provide the first school based training in the Central Valley for SB 1626 campus safety personnel. According to SB 1626 if you employ campus safety/monitor personnel for 20 hours or more per week they are mandated to receive 24 hours of education in areas related to education practices and law. If you have not trained you staff you are open to litigation. This training will meet all requirements outlined in SB 1626 and will increase the effectiveness of your campus security/monitors and reduce discipline issues at your site.