LCAP Portal 2020-21
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 each year. This website will post meeting documents and feedback throughout the LCAP development process.
CHANGES FOR 2020-21 School Year: The State Board of Education and California Department of Education have put a pause on the development of the LCAP for the 2020-21 school year, due to the changes we are experiencing with COVID-19. In its place, Districts are being asked to create a Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan, which will be due on September 30th. We anticipate using our LCAP Steering Committee and other district committees to support the development of this plan. The regular LCAP plan will likely be re-enacted in late Spring, 2021. Until further notice, our plan developed for the 2019-20 will continue to be our official plan.Information on this is below.