Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a planning tool for our district. The LCAP describes the district's overall vision for our students. It establishes annual goals for all students, describes what actions will be taken to achieve those goals, and details how funds will be spent to increase or improve services. The plan also assesses each year how well the strategies in the plan were able to improve outcomes.
Stakeholder input is a vital part in the process of revising the LCAP each year. Input is continually gathered at a variety of parent and stakeholder groups, including the District Advisory Council (DAC), District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC), District Staff Council (DSC), Classified Staff Council (CSC), and School Site Council (SSC) meetings during the year. Annual parent, student, and staff survey results also provide valuable information used to refine our plan.
2018 LCAP Draft Comments from DELAC and DAC Meetings
The 2018 LCAP draft was presented at the DELAC and DAC meetings on May 8, 2018. View the comments addressed by the Superintendent: English Spanish
2018 LCAP Draft Comments from the Public Hearing
The 2018 LCAP draft was presented at the Board meeting on June 5, 2018. There were no public comments.
Parent/Family Survey 2018-19 - Click on the link below. You may submit responses until February 8, 2019.
We encourage the community to review and submit questions or feedback on the 2019-20 draft LCAP (available March, 2019).