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Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

State of California law requires each school district throughout the state to build a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is constructed by identifying the needs of the District and then prioritizing these needs with the available funds in order to accomplish the goals. The LCAP provides the framework for the District's budget, which now must focus on particular areas of need within eight, state-identified priority areas.

In 2013-2014, the District went through its initial year-long process, collecting and reviewing data for a comprehensive needs assessment. Meetings were held to obtain input from parents, community members, advisory committees, Board members, teachers, administrators, and other District staff members. From the information and input, the District constructed its LCAP which was reviewed at several public meetings.

Now, the District has again reviewed its progress toward its original and updated goals and how well the funds expended targeted meeting the identified needs. We sought feedback and input from various stakeholder groups at several meetings in the Spring of 2017. The LCAP was reviewed and a public hearing was held at the Regular Meeting of the Governing Board on May 24, 2017. The 3-year Local Control and Accountability Plan received final approval at the June 7, 2017, Regular Meeting of the Governing Board. 

The District's plan has also been reviewed by the Shasta County Office of Education. 

 

Click here to watch an informational video about LCAP.

Click here to view the District's current Local Control and Accountability Plan.