The Local Control Funding Formula was designed to give school districts more flexibility in how to spend funds but also requires the development of a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) specifically outlining the districts goals for student achievement. Establishing the LCAP Parent Advisory Committee is a critical part of the LCAP process designed to strengthen parent and student engagement in order to provide meaningful contribution from the community.
The Committee will hold several meetings throughout the school year highlighting the specific sections of the LCAP. Our goal is to build lasting and meaningful relationships with members of our community to help further the vision of the district.
If you’re a parent and want to get more involved in the path our schools are taking then contact your principal and find out more about getting involved.
It’s important that the individuals selected be flexible and willing to commit to meeting 4-5 times throughout the school year. Consistency is critical for us to build the capacity for positive impact.
You can find additional LCFF resources on the California Department of Education website.
It’s important that the individuals selected for the committee be flexible and willing to commit to meeting approximately 6 times throughout the school year. Consistency is critical for us to build the capacity for positive impact.