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Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) » Local Control & Accountability Plan

Local Control & Accountability Plan

Background on the Local Control and Accountability Plan
 
You can read CUHSD's current LCAP here
 
The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) was enacted in 2013, requiring all school districts in California to produce a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) every three years. The LCAP is intended to provide transparency to our community about the District's goals, priorities and expenditures, and to enable the community to provide input as the budget is developed. CUHSD's LCAP goals are:
  • Human capital strategies that support staff effectiveness
  • Instruction that engages all students equitably
  • School climate that promotes physical and emotional well-being
  • Systemic, rigorous expectations with supports to help all students succeed
The LCAP describes in detail how the district will work towards achieving its goals over a three-year period. As a CUHSD community stakeholder, your participation in creating the LCAP is critical to its success. 
 
2019-2020 LCAP Development
 
Development of the 2019-2020 LCAP is currently underway. CUHSD gathered input from the community using an online survey tool called ThoughtExchange. A committee will be held in May to gather feedback and input on the top themes.
 
Stakeholders are additionally being engaged in developing LCAP and budget priorities through the following venues:
  • The Superintendent visited all high school sites during March to gather staff input on budget priorities.
  • A community event, the State of the District, was held on April 15 to inform stakeholders about the District's budget opportunities and challenges ahead. 
  • The results from the online survey ThoughtExchange were presented and discussed at the LCAP Committee, District English Learners Advisory Council and the parent representatives committee, known as the President's Council, in May. Presentation materials can be found here.
  • Results of the online survey ThoughtExchange will be shared more broadly with the community on the District website in May.
  • A summary of climate survey results for parents can be found here and results for staff can be found here. A summary of student climate results will be made available in May.
  • The Student Well-Being Survey is being piloted during May to better understand the supports and services being provided to students around socioemotional well-being and mental health.

 

Differentiated Assistance

 

The District was identified to receive Differentiated Assistance from the Santa Clara County Office of Education for the 2018-2019 school year because three CUHSD student groups (students with disabilities, African American students and English learner students) were rated “red” on multiple indicators on the California School Dashboard. These student groups are achieving far lower outcomes in academics, disproportionate suspensions, and lower rates of college and career preparation than their peers. If these ratings persist, the District will be identified for the highest level of support by the California Department of Education.

 

The District leadership team will meet with Santa Clara County Office of Education representatives for a minimum of three meetings during the 2018-2019 school year, where they will collaborate on a root cause analysis and determine next steps for improving outcomes.

 

 
2018-2019 LCAP
 
Development of the LCAP for 2018-2019 was completed in June 2018. Documents and committee materials can be found below.
 
Final 2018-2019 LCAP
The 2018-2019 LCAP was approved by the Board of Trustees on June 21, 2018. Click here to view the final LCAP approved by the Board of Trustees on June 21, 2018. The Santa Clara County Office of Education approved LCAP is here.
 
 
LCAP Community Input Session
Dr. Bravo led community members through a presentation and question and answer session on April 2nd, 2018 to get feedback on the District's LCAP. Presentation materials are below.
 
 
LCAP Committee Meetings
The LCAP Committee covers topics related to goals and strategies at each of the committee meetings.
 
 
School Climate Survey Results
Students, staff, and parents participated in school climate surveys. Click here to see the district-level reports.
 
Meetings with Parent Groups and District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC)
Superintendent Bravo's designee Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services German Cerda met with the DELAC to discuss the LCAP on April 18. Superintendent Bravo met with parent representatives from school sites and the CUHSD Education Foundation to discuss the LCAP on May 7. You can view the questions and answers here.
 
 

2017-2018 LCAP

The final LCAP was approved by the Board of Trustees on June 30, 2017. Additional documents, including committee meeting materials, are available here.
 
 
 
2016-17 LCAP
 
The following materials are provided below:
 
  • 2016-17 LCAP
  • 2016-17 LCAP Executive Summary in English
  • 2016-17 LCAP Executive Summary in Spanish

2015-16 LCAP

The following materials are provided below:
 
  • 2015-16 LCAP
  • 2015-16 stakeholder engagement materials
  • 2015-16 LCAP state spending regulations & LCAP update template
  • 2015-16 Title III plan & budget overview

Local Educational Agency Plan

The approval of a Local Educational Agency (LEA) Plan by the local school board and State Board of Education is a requirement for receiving federal funding subgrants for No Child Left Behind (NCLB) programs. The LEA Plan includes specific descriptions and assurances as outlined in the provisions included in NCLB. In essence, LEA Plans describe the actions that LEAs will take to ensure that they meet certain programmatic requirements, including student academic services designed to increase student achievement and performance, coordination of services, needs assessments, consultations, school choice, supplemental services, services to homeless students, and others as required. In addition, LEA Plans summarize assessment data, school goals and activities from the Single Plans for Student Achievement developed by the LEA’s schools.

Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

State law requires that school-level plans for programs funded through the Consolidated Application be consolidated in a Single Plan for Student Achievement (Education Code Section 64001), developed by schoolsite councils with the advice of any applicable school advisory committees. LEA’s allocate NCLB funds to schools through the Consolidated Application for Title I, Part A, Title III (Limited English Proficient), and Title V (Innovative Programs/Parental Choice). LEA’s may elect to allocate other funds to schools for inclusion in school plans. The content of the school plan includes school goals, activities, and expenditures for improving the academic performance of students to the proficient level and above. The plan delineates the actions that are required for program implementation and serves as the school's guide in evaluating progress toward meeting the goals.
 

2014-15 LCAP

The following materials are provided below:
 
  • 2014-15 LCAP
  • 2014-15 LCAP state template
  • 2014-15 LCFF state spending regulations