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2021-2024 Draft LCAP Public Comment Period Open Until June 16

LCAP stands for Local Control and Accountability Plan. Families, community members, and staff provided input on the Draft 2021-2024 LCAP for the 2021-2022 school year through a district-wide survey. An overview of the LCAP was also presented to the District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC) and District Advisory Committee (DAC), and to the Board of Trustees during the May 11, 2021 Board Study Session. 

The draft plan is available for public comment from May 14 through June 16, 2021. The superintendent is required to provide comment to any questions that are posed by the DAC and DELAC. The 2021-2022 Goals, Actions, and Metrics will guide and focus all staff on improving student achievement for our high need students. There is strong alignment between the LCAP and the district's Vision 2035 and 2021-2025 strategic plan that is under development.

While Vision 2035 and the strategic plan articulate the overarching vision, goals, and actions for the district as a whole, the LCAP is a focused look at what we will provide over and above our core program to students whose needs go beyond the core. The LCAP itself is a lengthy document with three years of information and an annual update included. If you are interested in focusing on the proposed goals and actions for the upcoming year, the proposed 2021-2022 Goals, Actions, and Metrics document will provide that. The Glossary of Terms is also a helpful reference.

Comments

Comment on the 2021-24 LCAP (click here)

The superintendent will respond to questions from the DAC and DELAC and will post answers to any questions after the public comment period closes on June 16, 2021.

For more information and helpful resources please visit the LCAP webpage.