Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

The California 2013-14 Budget Act and related legislation (Assembly Bill 97, Senate Bill 97, and Senate Bill 91) made significant changes to the public school funding system. The legislation introduced the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) which simplifies the funding process and strengthens local accountability. Through the LCFF, districts receive funds based on local student demographics as well as base funding. The Legislative Analyst's Office developed an explanation of the new school funding system. Overview of LCFF

An important component of the LCFF is the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). districts, charter schools and county offices of education will use the State-approved LCAP template to develop a plan that includes annual goals and actions that will be implemented to meet eight State priorities, and describe the related budget. The LCFF requires County Offices of Education to approve the LCAPs and budgets for districts within their county.

If you are interested in a copy of the LCAP development process, click here.

Amy Barker
Executive Director of Administrator Support
abarker@shastacoe.org
530-605-2701

Sarah Kohlbeck
Instructional Services Program Assistant
skohlbeck@shastacoe.org
530-245-7833

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“Effective superintendents continually monitor district progress toward achievement and instructional goals to ensure that these goals remain the driving force behind the district’s actions.”

Marzano & Waters

State Priorities

LCAP Priorities and District Leadership Graphic

Conditions for Learning
Priority 1: Basic Services
Compliance with Williams requirements: appropriate teacher assignment, sufficient instructional materials, and facilities in good repair

Priority 2: Implementation of State Standards
Implementation of the academic content and performance standards adopted by the State Board of Education, including how the programs and services will enable English learners to access the common core academic content standards and the English Language Development standards.

Priority 7: Course Access
The extent to which pupils have access to, and are enrolled in, a broad course of study that includes core subject areas (i.e., English, mathematics, social science, science, visual and performing arts, health, physical education, career and technical education, etc.), including the programs and services developed and provided to economically disadvantaged pupils, English learners, foster youth, and individuals with exceptional needs.

Engagement

Priority 3: Parent Involvement
Parental involvement, including efforts the school district makes to seek parent input in making decisions for the school district and each individual school site, and including how the school district will promote parental participation in programs for economically disadvantaged pupils, English learners, foster youth, and individuals with exceptional needs.

Priority 5: Pupil Engagement
Pupil engagement as measured by multiple indicators including, but not limited to, rates associated with attendance, chronic absenteeism, dropout (middle and high school), and high school graduation.

Priority 6: School Climate
School climate as measured by multiple indicators including, but not limited to, pupil suspension and expulsion rates as well as other local measures assessing safety and school connectedness.

Pupil Outcomes

Priority 4: Pupil Achievement
Pupil achievement as measured by multiple indicators including, but not limited to, assessment data, college readiness, and language proficiency.

Priority 8: Other Pupil Outcomes
Pupil outcomes, if available, in the subject areas comprising a broad course of study.

Metrics

Resources

Articles/Guides

2015-16 Training Materials

2016-17 Training Materials

District LCAPs


Anderson Union High

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

French Gulch/Whiskeytown Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

North Cow Creek Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Bella Vista Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Gateway Unified

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Oak Run Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Black Butte Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Grant Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Pacheco Union Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Cascade Union Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Happy Valley Union Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Redding Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Castle Rock Union Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Igo-Ono Platina Union Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Shasta County Office of Ed.

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP, SCISCS LCAP

Columbia Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Indian Springs Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Shasta Union Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Cottonwood Union Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Junction Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Shasta Union High

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Enterprise Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Millville Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Whitmore Union Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Fall River Joint Unified

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP

Mountain Union Elementary

2014 LCAP
2015-16 LCAP
2016-17 LCAP