Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)As part of the Local Control Funding Formula, school districts, the county office of education, and charter schools are required to develop, adopt, and annually update a 3-year Local Control Accountability Plan. The LCAP describes how the district will spend the funds and its goals for improving student outcomes according to LCFF 8 State Priorities set by the State of California. The local School Board adopts the LCAP. An important part of the process for creating the LCAP includes input from teachers, principals, school personnel, pupils, bargaining units, and parents, and the advice of district-level parent advisory committees. Community engagement meetings are scheduled throughout the year at each site and at the district level for community input and engagement. Please check with your school office for future community engagement meetings at your school site.In addition to the public meetings, each school site will conduct an engagement meeting with staff and teachers to get input into this year's LCAP. The district intends to reach out to other established district groups, such as the District LCAP Advisory Committee, District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC), the District Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment Council, and more, in an effort to receive broad and diverse feedback on the district's LCAP priorities.
The LCAP is a 3-year process and document that communicates:
- Locally defined goals
- Actions and services to achieve those goals
- Expenditures associated with those actions and services
- Targets and metrics to measure progress
2023-24 CSD Local Control Accountability Plan
The 2023-24 CSD Local Control Accountability Plan was approved and adopted by the CSD Governing Board on June 15, 2023.