Local Control Accountability Plan

  • Background
    The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a state requirement as part of the historic Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).  Every school district in California must create an LCAP that describes how the needs of all students and especially those in the three targeted students groups are being addressed and are tied to student outcomes in eight state priority areas.   

    In 2013-14 districts created their first ever LCAP.  The Board of Education adopted the district's first LCAP at its June 24, 2014 meeting. The LCAP document is revised each year to reflect current needs and priorities of our students and community. 
    Annual Review Process
    An annual review and revision process is underway in San Juan Unified where we are working to engage our community in the process and create a meaningful focus on the allocation of resources to local priorities.   San Juan Unified is continuing with a four step process to create the LCAP:

    Stage 1 - Consulting with Community

    The LCAP PAC meets monthly to review progress data, collect input, and advise the board on potential LCAP changes.  A final annual update from the prior year will be presented to the board and posted on-line.  In the fall, input will be solicited from all stakeholders, especially in areas of need reflected in the annual update.  The committee will work collaboratively with staff to identify additions or revisions to the current LCAP.  

    Teacher with students Stage 2 - Draft Plan & Review

    In late winter the committee will review all feedback received and draft revisions to the LCAP. That draft will be shared with stakeholder groups and the community at large for feedback.

    Stage 3 - Revision & Review

    In the spring, staff and the LCAP PAC will review feedback on the draft and make final revisions as needed. The final draft will be posted on-line prior to the public hearing in early June. 

    Stage 4 - Finalization & Approval

    The Board of Education will hold a public hearing and take final action on the plan during their meeting.  


Last Modified on January 9, 2020