Our Local Control and Accountability Plan 2019-20
Our stakeholders will be connected and engaged with their community .
- Provide access to in-person student engagement opportunities for families.
- Build greater connections between home and school community using social media and virtual platforms.
Our students will achieve academically through individualized learning.
- Maintain a math theme to inspire student interest and expand math academic support for families including curriculum, instructional techniques and tutoring options.
- Provide academic support to identified student subgroups in ELA and Math, offering a wide range of options including in-person and virtual opportunities.
Our students will have access to quality curriculum and educational choices.
- Support the Curriculum Library so curriculum is more accessible to parents and ESs and to improve the circulation of used curriculum.
- Provide additional options for high school students so they are prepared for postgraduate opportunities.
- Improve student access to online and hands-on learning opportunities.
What is LCAP?
California has recently launched a significant change to how schools are funded. This new funding model uses a formula designed to provide more local control over spending. As a result, each district (in our case, each school) is required to create a Local Control and Accountability Plan often called the LCAP.
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