Local Control and Accountability Plan Update  

As part of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), the District sets priorities for all students  with an emphasis on students who qualify for free or reduced priced meals (LI), English learners (EL), and foster youth (FY). These priorities are outlined on the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) and must address one of the 8 state priorities in the 3 categories below:
 
  1. Conditions of Learning
  • Basic Services (Priority 1)
  • Implementation of State Standards (Priority 2)
  • Course Access (Priority 7)
  1. Student Outcomes
  • Student Achievement (Priority 4)
  • Other Student Outcomes (Priority 8)
  1. Engagement
  • Parent Involvement (Priority 3) 
  • Student Engagement (Priority 5)
  • School Climate (Priority 6)
Since the board adoption of the LCAP in June 2016, there have been a significant amount of changes made by the state board of education (SBE).

The most recent version of the LCAP Template was adopted by the SBE at its November, 2016, meeting and reflects the collaborative efforts of a diverse group of stakeholders. The new change reflects the following:

  • Maximize transparency and ease of use for stakeholders
  • Simplify, to the extent possible, structure and language
  • Provide clear instructions and support
  • Support efficient and effective local planning, reporting, and implementation processes

The California School Dashboard is now available to the public. The Dashboard shows how districts are performing relative to the state and local adopted indicators which are now part of California's accountability system and reflect progress of the LCFF state priorities 1-8. You can go to the Dashboard and search Chino Valley Unified School District to view our progress.

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2016/2017 LCAP Resources for Stakeholders 

A Public Hearing on the draft LCAP for the 2016-2017 school year was held  at the June 16 Board of Education meeting. The adopted 2016-2017 LCAP is available for review below. Also posted below is a letter from Superintendent Wayne M. Joseph answering questions about the LCAP for the LCAP/DELAC Parent Advisory Committee.

 

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