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Local Control Accountability Plan

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) &
Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)
 
 
What is the LCAP?
A description of the district's overall vision for students, annual goals and specific actions to achieve the vision and goals. The LCAP is an important component of the LCFF. Under the LCFF all LEAs are required to prepare an LCAP, which describes how they intend to meet annual goals for all pupils, with specific activities to address state and local priorities identified pursuant to EC Section 52060(d).

 

Please click on the link to the right to see each campus's 2017-2020 LCAP.
 

What is the LCFF?

It requires districts to involve parents in planning and decision making in developing the LCAP, focusing on eight key areas that help all students succeed.

 

How is the LCFF different from what was in place under revenue limits?

(Revised 04-Dec-2015)

One of the goals of the LCFF is to simplify how state funding is provided to local educational agencies (LEAs). Under the old funding system, each school district was funded based on a unique revenue limit, multiplied by its average daily attendance (ADA). In addition, districts received restricted funding for over 50 categorical programs which were designed to provide targeted services based on the demographics and needs of the students in each district.

 

Under the LCFF funding system, revenue limits and most state categorical programs have been eliminated. The LCFF creates funding targets based on student characteristics and provides greater flexibility to use these funds to improve student outcomes. For school districts and charter schools, the LCFF funding targets consist of grade span-specific base grants plus supplemental and concentration grants that are calculated based on student demographic factors. For county offices of education (COEs), the LCFF funding targets consist of an amount for COE oversight activities and instructional programs.

 

What is the LCFF State Priorities Snapshot?
The 2015–16 LCFF State Priorities Snapshot provides various stakeholders with a comparative report of school, district and state information on a variety of topics including accountability, demographics, and assessment results.
 
Which schools receive a Snapshot?
 
A snapshot is generated for all California public schools except for:
  • Schools that have fewer than 11 students enrolled on the Fall Census Day
  • California Education Authority (CEA) Schools.
 
How often is the Snapshot updated?
It is updated on an annual basis.
 
More information can be found at:
 
 
Please click on the campus of the Snapshot you would like to view.