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Alan Schlichting

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Director of Student Support Servi...

Phone: (949) ***-****  
Email: a***@***.org
Local Address:  California , United States
Irvine Unified School District
4040 Barranca Parkway
Irvine , California 92604
United States

Company Description: Meanwhile, it should also be noted that IUSD continues to operate with a significant structural deficit, meaning we're spending more dollars than we're receiving...   more
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IUSD.org - Education Services Staff
www.iusd.org, 31 Oct 2015 [cached]
Alan Schlichting Director, Student Support Services (949) 936-5069 alanschlichting@iusd.org
Santiago Hills Staff
www.iusd.org, 16 June 2011 [cached]
Alan Schlichting Principal 936-6005
Alan ...
iusd.org, 9 July 2014 [cached]
Alan Schlichting Director, Educational Support/Categorical Programs (949) 936-5069 ASchlich@iusd.org
Board Briefs | IUSD NewsFlash
newsflash.iusd.org, 10 Dec 2014 [cached]
At Tuesday night's Board of Education meeting, Alan Schlichting, IUSD's director of student support services, previewed the process that will be used to update Irvine's plan. You can scroll through his presentation here, but essentially the timetable begins with community presentations and district communications in November and December, followed by stakeholder meetings to gather input in January and February.
In March and April, the community will get to review a draft of the LCAP and offer additional feedback, both in person and through an online survey. The school board is expected to hold a public hearing and adopt the finalized plan in May or June.
Because districts must annually develop LCAPs that cover three years, Schlichting said the task facing IUSD is to update priorities that were drafted for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years, while considering options for 2017-18.
"Remembering that this is a three-year plan, many of the actions that we put into the plan are multi-year steps that will grow in cost over time," he said, "and those have been budgeted through 2016-17."
"We may have additional funds that are available," he added. "We'll learn about that with the release of the governor's 2015-16 state budget in January, and at that point we'll consider additional actions to our LCAP."
Schlichting noted that IUSD is also moving forward with a number of state and local initiatives, including implementation of Common Core standards, new state assessments, the establishment of Next Generation Science Standards and technology integration.
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"We'll be sharing with the board data on how we're progressing in those areas as we move through the year," Schlichting said.
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Alan Schlichting, director of student support services, said changes included the addition of a full-time mental health coordinator and an online learning coordinator, along with the restoration of site mental health support, including guidance assistants at the elementary level and Project Success staff at the secondary level. (You can access IUSD's completed LCAP here.)
Common Core standards | IUSD NewsFlash
newsflash.iusd.org, 20 Nov 2014 [cached]
At Tuesday night's Board of Education meeting, Alan Schlichting, IUSD's director of student support services, previewed the process that will be used to update Irvine's plan. You can scroll through his presentation here, but essentially the timetable begins with community presentations and district communications in November and December, followed by stakeholder meetings to gather input in January and February.
In March and April, the community will get to review a draft of the LCAP and offer additional feedback, both in person and through an online survey. The school board is expected to hold a public hearing and adopt the finalized plan in May or June.
Because districts must annually develop LCAPs that cover three years, Schlichting said the task facing IUSD is to update priorities that were drafted for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years, while considering options for 2017-18.
"Remembering that this is a three-year plan, many of the actions that we put into the plan are multi-year steps that will grow in cost over time," he said, "and those have been budgeted through 2016-17."
"We may have additional funds that are available," he added. "We'll learn about that with the release of the governor's 2015-16 state budget in January, and at that point we'll consider additional actions to our LCAP."
Schlichting noted that IUSD is also moving forward with a number of state and local initiatives, including implementation of Common Core standards, new state assessments, the establishment of Next Generation Science Standards and technology integration.
...
"We'll be sharing with the board data on how we're progressing in those areas as we move through the year," Schlichting said.
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