Nearly 1,300 complete LCAP survey; next public forum is April 2

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Nearly 1,300 members of the SCUSD community — teachers, parents, students, staff and others — completed the first Local Control and Accountability Plan survey in February and March.

Survey results were used in crafting a draft Local Control and Accountability Plan — or LCAP — that connects district goals and priorities to resources. The LCAP is a companion document to California’s new Local Control Funding Formula that is changing the budgeting process for schools and districts around the state.

In the next round of engagement, SCUSD will hold an LCAP Advisory Committee public forum at 6 p.m. on April 2 at the Serna Center to gather feedback on the draft LCAP itself.

Please visit the district’s LCAP page (www.scusd.edu/LCAP) for more information, including comments from previous forums and data reports linked to student achievement.