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Please help us with your input by completing the five minute survey before April 9, 2021

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Please help us with your input by completing the five minute survey before April 9, 2021:

Community
LCAP Survey: 
[English] | [Spanish]

Parent of a SB Unified student 
LCAP Survey:
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SB Unified Staff Member
LCAP Survey

 

The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a critical part of the state's Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). It is a three-year budget and accountability plan that must focus on eight areas identified as state priorities and must be updated annually by July 1 of each year. With parent and community input, school districts must establish goals and actions for the entire district as well as for each school. The plans will demonstrate how each school district’s budget will help achieve the goals and annually assess how well the strategies in the plan were able to improve outcomes.

Overview of the LCAP Development Process

School districts must engage their students, families, staff, bargaining units and communities to develop and adopt their local plans. Ultimately, the plan must be reviewed by stakeholders across the district prior to board approval on or before July 1, annually.

SBUnified District leardership representatives meet with the LCAP Parent Advisory Committee, District English Learner Advisory Committee, Staff/Special Education Parent Advisory Committee, SELPA, and union representatives for consultation on the development of the LCAP. School leaders also consult with students, staff and families, including through the School Site Council and ELAC regarding the LCAP. A survey is also made available to ensure community access to providing input.