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Local Control Accountability Plan


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Local Control Accountability Plan

  1. 1. Local Control Accountability Plan School Site/ Community Meeting Corona-Norco Unified School District
  2. 2. Local Control Funding Formula • Transformational change in school funding. • Returns our school district’s funding to 2007-2008 levels by 2020-2021. • Establishes a target base rate • K-3 $6,845 • 4-6 $6,947 • 7-8 $7,154 • 9-12 $8,289
  3. 3. Local Control Funding Formula • Supplemental Funding • Low Income (LI) • Foster Youth • English Learner(EL) • Unduplicated Count (LI + EL = 1 student)
  4. 4. Local Control Funding Formula • Concentration Funding • Based on the premise that high concentrations of English learners and Low income students present an even greater challenge for school districts. • Concentration funding is allocated to districts with an unduplicated count of over 55% • Preliminary data lists CNUSD’s unduplicated count at 45.8%
  5. 5. Local Control Accountability Plan • EC 52060 states that on or before July 1, 2014, the governing board of each school district shall adopt a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP shall be in effect for three years, and shall be updated annually. A steering committee must be formed to assist in an advisory role in the development of the LCAP.
  6. 6. Local Control Accountability Plan • The public must be given an opportunity to submit written comments regarding the specific actions and expenditures included in the plan. • A Public Hearing must be held on the LCAP to solicit recommendations and comments. • The governing board shall adopt a LCAP in a public meeting during which time the Board adopts the annual budget.
  7. 7. LCAP Timeline • • • • • • • • • December 2013 to May 2014 - LCAP Steering Committee will hold seven (7) meetings February – March 2014 – LCAP public survey and school site meetings to gather public input. February – March 2014 – Student focus group meetings will be held to gather input. Late March – Early April 2014 - LCAP Writing Team will assemble to create the DRAFT LCAP document. April 9, 2014 – LCAP presentation to the CNUSD District Advisory Committee April 11, 2014 – LCAP presentation to the CNUSD District English Learner Advisory Committee. May 6, 2014 – LCAP Public Hearing at the CNUSD Board of Education meeting. June 17, 2014 – LCAP approval by the Board of Education. June 30, 2014 - Submit the LCAP to Riverside County Office of Education for approval.
  8. 8. CNUSD LCAP Steering Committee • Purpose - to review and analyze data leading to the identification of the LCAP priorities. • District staff will write the LCAP document which will be shared with the LCAP Steering Committee for review and comment.
  9. 9. LCAP Priorities • Basic Services/Williams Act • Implementation of the State Standards • Parent Involvement • Student Achievement • Pupil Engagement • School Climate • Access and Enrollment • Student Outcomes
  10. 10. Community Engagement Video and Survey