Lompoc USD first to get LCAP support using SI&A’s premier productsAttention2Attendance, Help Desk
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Attention2Attendance® and Partnering4StudentSuccessSM support data-driven performance initiatives that meet several new educational priorities called for in Local Control Accountability Plans (LCAP) required by the state.
“We’re gratified that the Lompoc Unified school board and Superintendent Trevor McDonald recognize the key role our services can play in fulfilling a number of LCAP requirements,” said Jeff Williams, SI&A’s chief executive officer. “The programs have been designed to be flexible to meet local needs but also robust enough so that districts can pin-point and extract exactly the data required for strategic goal-setting.”
Attention2Attendance® (A2A) is a software system that has proven to reduce chronic absenteeism by as much as 50 percent but has also shown to be a valuable tool for improving parent participation in decisions affecting their student’s education.
Partnering4StudentSuccessSM (P4SS) is a powerful tool that delivers immediate, research-based intervention strategies to the general education classroom that support LCAP objectives to close the achievement gap of educationally disadvantaged students. The program also serves as a pre-referral tool for struggling students in general education.
Lompoc USD, located in southern Santa Barbara County, provides educational programs for 9,800 K-12 students, including the military families of Vandenberg Air Force Base.
The district has been a client of SI&A using A2A since October, 2011.
This past week, the Lompoc USD Board of Trustees approved a contract with SI&A to provide P4SS services, which will support district efforts to not only improve general student outcomes but also reduce ineligible referrals into special education.
Founded in 2003, SIA delivers cost-effective solutions that improve student outcomes and parent engagement.
SIA counts among its clients districts in California, New Mexico, North Carolina, Texas, Oregon and Illinois.