BCSD Presents at Annual CSBA Conference

December 4, 2017 – Bakersfield City School District Superintendent, Doc Ervin, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services, Mark Luque, and Board of Education Members, Lillian Tafoya (President) and Pam Baugher (Clerk), presented and attended the Annual Education Conference (ACE) of the California School Board Association (CSBA). The event brings together school district governing team, superintendents, county office of education trustees, and education advocates from across the state.

Ervin, Luque, and Tafoya, were invited to present during the workshop “Using the LCFF (Local Control Funding Formula), LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) and Dashboard to Support Equity.” The team presented BCSD’s message on the why, how, and what of our work, by sharing examples of the systems and structures that have been put in place to support the District’s three LCAP goals of Academic Achievement, Social Emotional Learning, and Family and Community Engagement.

BCSD team members joined the more than 3,000 attendees at the event, hosted at the San Diego Convention Center from Nov. 30 to Dec. 2.

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(L-R) Superintendent Doc Ervin, Board of Education President Lillian Tafoya, Board of Education Clerk Pam Baugher, Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services Mark Luque.

Superintendent Doc Ervin and Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services, Mark Luque, present at CSBA Conference.

Board of Education President, Lillian Tafoya, addresses attendees during conference.

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