Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

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                                         LCAP Cycle
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Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) 
The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is the most comprehensive reform of how districts receive funds in over 40 years. School districts receive a base funding which is contingent on the number of students enrolled and the percentage of high-needs students the district serves. Supplemental LCFF funds support students who need it most, such as low-income students (as measured by their eligibility for free or reduced-price lunch), children in foster care and students identified as English learner.

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
Local Control Funding Formula requirements call for districts to consult with students, parents, teachers, school personnel, administrators, and the local community to develop a three year Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is updated, revised and approved each year. It describes the overall vision of the district and how it aligns actions, services and resources to support students across the state’s eight priority areas. Our district’s LCAP organizes these eight state priority areas into three goals, including Conditions of Learning, Pupil Outcomes, and Engagement.

                          Board Approved 21-21 LCAP
  2021-2024 Board Approved LCAP 
            Federal Addendum - LCAP
LCAP Federal Addendum

           ESSER III Plan

Summary  Documents
                         Goal 1: Conditions of Learning 

   Goal 2: Pupil Outcomes   

Goal 3: Student Engagement
Goal 4: Family & Community Engagement
Goal 5: Resilience & Recovery

  Goal 1:
Conditions of Learning 
Goal 2:
Pupil Outcomes 
Goal 3:
Student Engagement
Goal 4:
Family Engagement 
Goal 5:
Resilience & Recovery

  Join the Conversation
Stakeholder input is an essential part of the LCAP Development process.
Select this link to view stakeholder input and find out how to provide your feedback.

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