Schools interested in having more autonomy over local decisions, to better meet the needs of their students, may choose to send a School Design Team to the required sessions. Explore the three current autonomy models: LIS, ESBMM and Pilot.
WORKSHOP #1 - Overview: Becoming an Autonomous School
Topics may include:
What autonomy means and how it may be implemented for maximum positive impact to your school
How to create a culture of collaboration
Dealing with adversity or conflict during the process
WORKSHOP #2 - RFP Walkthrough and Model Specific Information
Topics may include:
Building a better RFP
Choosing the Autonomy Model that's right for your school
Local Options Oversight Committee (LOOC) Double-Header
(Workshops 1 and 2, back-to-back)
DATE: Tuesday, June 13, 2017
LOCATION: UTLA BUILDING
3303 Wilshire Blvd., Room 815
Los Angeles, CA 90010
(Parking behind the UTLA building. Enter on Berendo St.)
Time: 9:00-11:30 am
Time: 12:30 – 3:00 pm
Representatives from a school must attend BOTH WORKSHOPS before a school is eligible to submit a Letter of Intent (LOI) and proposal for one of the Autonomy Models.
LOOC workshops are open to all: principal, chapter chair, other teachers, classified staff and parents from your school.
Register at CLICK HERE
For more information, call (213) 241-8700
Do we need to know what we want to do before we attend?
No, come and learn about the available options - NO OBLIGATION!
Who should attend?
These workshops are open to all: Principal, Chapter Chair, Teachers, Classified Staff, Parents ~ a diverse Design Team provides different perspectives.
Do we need to attend ALL sessions?
School teams must attend ONE scheduled date of each session in order to qualify to submit an RFP. So, you must attend one of the Session 1 – Overview dates, and one Session 2 – Walkthrough dates. You may choose the date/location that is best for you.
All schools interested in applying to become a Pilot School must do the following:
For assistance or questions, please call (213)-241-8700 and speak with one of the Local Options Oversight Committee (LOOC) team members.