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LCAP Portal 2017-18

Explanation of Local Control Accountability Plan

The State of California requires local school districts to establish a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP plan is to be developed with feedback and input from community stakeholder groups--staff, parents and students, with a focus on achieving more equitable outcomes for English learners, students in families with low income, Foster children, Homeless children, African American, Latino/Hispanic and students with disabilities.  The LCAP must be approved by the Governing Board in June of 2018. This website will post meeting documents and feedback throughout the LCAP development process.

Board of Education Information Regarding LCAP

August 1 Board Presentation--  Local Control Accountability Plan17-18Board Update.pdf

LCAP Input--Update and Changes to Process

This year, the district will be undergoing a different process for LCAP revision than in years past. This year, we have three specific influences that we must take into consideration prior to the development of an LCAP plan. Specifically, these are:

* State and Board of Education Budget Reductions

* Differentiated Assistance--specific action steps to address the achievement of Special Education and Homeless Students

* Board of Education Mission/Vision/Goals Renewal Process

 

All of these items are in the process of being finalized--once they have been completed, in mid-Spring, the LCAP Steering Committee will be revising our plan for the 2018-19 school year. The Community will have an opportunity to weigh in on the draft plan prior to recommendations to the Board of Education at our May and June Board Study Sessions.

LCAP Fiscal Information

 

LCAP Steering Committee Meeting Information

Local Control Accountability Plan

Recommendations From the Steering Committee

Steering Committee Recommendations for the 2017-18 LCAP Plan

Steering Committee Individual Stakeholder Group Recommendations  for the 2017-18 LCAP Plan
Recommendations for the 2018-19 LCAP Plan will be posted here as they are developed in Spring 2018

LCAP Steering Committee

LCAP Calendar 2017-18

Research & Resources

LCAP Frequently Asked Questions

Here is a link to the most recently asked questions about our LCAP plan and process. If you have questions about our plan or process, please feel free to email Barbara DeBarger, Assistant Superintendent, at bdebarger@slzusd.org

School and Community Input Charts

This section contains charted information gathered from stakeholder meetings held at school sites and the district office in the Spring of 2017. Each group's input was tallied and reported  below. Information regarding our current LCAP initiatives as well as new ideas and open input comments is also included as separate comments within each document.