(Board Meeting 10/18/23)



    1. Provide financial, instructional, curricular, and technical resources to ensure that each student is demonstrating sustained and consistent progress at the highest level possible for that student.
    2. Annually, growth in student achievement will occur to meet measurable targets. The District will develop a list of high-performing comparable districts and schools to compare the performance of students in Buckeye Union School District.
    3. Implement a challenging subject matter curriculum and assessment in each content area aligned to standards. The District will begin working with LCF teachers to implement State-adopted standards. The District will begin to identify options for updating elementary English-Language Arts curriculum.
    4. Implement data-driven differentiated instruction and train staff to meet the needs of all levels of learners using research-based programs.
    5. Maintain a research-based professional development program that cultivates ongoing learning and professional dialogue to ensure a highly skilled teaching staff.
    6. Provide an environment that maximizes learning for all staff and students via 1) clean, safe, and well-maintained facilities; 2) appropriate class sizes based on research and resources; 3) modern equipment and technology access needed to enhance learning. The District will begin implementation of a plan to replace and expand wireless access points across the District.
    7. Use technology to help maximize student performance in all academic areas via 1) the implementation and communication of technology standards/assessments for each grade level; 2) the use of computers to safely and appropriately access information and further learning; 3) integration into all appropriate parts of the curriculum. The District will continue professional development and collaborative activities aimed at promoting use.


    2023-2024 Objectives:


    1. Continue to provide collaborative professional development opportunities beyond the previously scheduled collaboration calendar, which support teachers and principals with aligning instructional practices to the California State Standards.
    2. Complete English language arts adoption pilot. 
    3.  Demonstrate growth at every school site (3 to 5 scaled score points) on the 2024 State Assessments of English language arts, mathematics, and science. 
    4. Replace end-of-life use student Chromebooks (approx. 3000).


    1. Develop a balanced budget using state budget standards and board policy that includes criteria for a contingency reserve beyond the 3% requirement.
    2. Maintain an appropriate balance between using resources for the greatest good to the greatest number of students while serving our highest/lowest achievement groups.
    3. Support the priority of the District goals by focusing expenditures on academic programs, student achievement, and effective staff.
    4. Increase and improve services, in proportion to the increase in funds apportioned under the LCFF, to ensure that English learners, foster children, and socio-economically disadvantaged students, who generate the increased supplemental funds, have targeted resources to promote student learning as outlined in the LCFF.
    5. Develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) to align resources through a comprehensive planning process to State priorities and district goals.
    6. Monitor progress on goals to help inform necessary adjustments to funding allocations and processes consistent with the LCFF and LCAP.
    7. Develop, adopt, and update a two-year Common Core State Standards Spending Plan to support professional development, acquisition of instructional materials, and technology to support the transition to the Common Core State Standards.
    8. Hire and retain a diverse and highly qualified workforce, strengthen their skills through ongoing professional development and collaboration, and evaluate their performance on a regular basis.
    9. Pursue revenue sources, including grants, donations, partnerships, and support the Buckeye Education Foundation.
    10. Explore and implement strategies to control costs in all areas, i.e., special education, nonpublic school placements (NPS), food service, transportation, and utilities, including changing methods of program delivery and operations.




    1. Implement and maintain the use of data management systems to support the use of data to improve student achievement and social-emotional development by informing instruction, interventions, resources, and staff development.
    2. Maintain IT infrastructure that supports tools necessary for employees to conduct necessary classroom and office-based functions. 


    2023-2024 Objectives:

    1. Migrate student information system (SIS) data to Alma. 
    2. Launch a new online enrollment process. 
    3. Train all employees in use of Alma SIS.
    4. Obtain Board decision on installation of perimeter security cameras at every school site.




    1. Use public awareness of Buckeye Union School District’s accomplishments through positive/accurate reporting in all forms of media to foster community-wide relationships and support for the District and its goals. The District will establish a practice of periodically communicating through a District newsletter to the community.
    2. Develop and maintain a comprehensive plan for community relations.
    3. Continue positive connections with parents through parent education programs, PTA/PTSA coordination, School Site Council/Parent Advisory Council, Buckeye Education Foundation, ConnectEd calls/emails, and expanded use of school newsletters and websites.
    4. Support open communication and dialogue with constituency groups through District staff and Board visitations to all sites.
    5. Continue to use the District website and school websites as vehicles of communication and link to resources for the community.
    6. Increase personal communication with parents and students via online access to grades and attendance (eSchool PLUS).


    2023-2024 Objectives:

    1. Expand District communications to reach the community at-large. 
    2. Develop and implement instruction materials adoption committee in order to expand community engagement in the curriculum adoption process. 
    3. Each site will provide parent education opportunities that meet the interest of their school community.
    4. Migrate District and school site websites to Finalsite web platform.



    1. Continue to improve prevention and intervention strategies for addressing "at risk" behaviors of students, including bullying awareness with both parents and students.
    2. Provide training to teachers, parents, and students in activities emphasizing exercise and nutrition for the development of healthy lifestyle choices in students.
    3. Continue to create, provide and strengthen activities for personal growth, self-esteem, responsible behavior, youth development, and citizenship.
    4. Build and implement programs to develop lifelong learning habits in students.
    5. Encourage and increase the participation rate in extracurricular activities.
    6. Develop an understanding, acceptance, and appreciation of racial, cultural, ethnic, social, and religious diversity.


    2023-2024 Objectives:


    1. Provide professional development in the Zones of Regulation to all employees. Introduce concepts of self-regulation to students and develop classroom and site based strategies for students to develop coping skills when struggling with self-regulation. 
    2. Conduct Love and Logic parent support classes. 
    3. Reduce Districtwide chronic absenteeism to 5%. 
    4. In partnership with the El Dorado County Office of Education, the District will implement after school programs at Blue Oak and William Brooks elementary schools using Extended Learning Opportunities Program grant dollars. 
    5. Make a determination regarding the Rolling Hills Kitchen Expansion.