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LCFF/LCAP Goals/LCAP Plans, Budgets, and Action Steps

Please look above for our Local Control Funding Formula Goals and Action Steps for the current 2022-2023 annual review of our current Local Control Accountability Plan. Information to provide feedback on the 2023-2024 LCAP is also available here.
The LCAP is a three-year plan that describes the goals, actions, services, and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities. The LCAP provides an opportunity for LEAs (county office of education [COE], school districts and charter schools) to share their stories of how, what, and why programs and services are selected to meet their local needs.
Information on our current progress on our LCAP goals and services has been shared through our school board meetings, school site council (for both schools) and ELAC. We are in the process of sharing information through monthly parent meetings. 
If you would like to provide additional feedback on the LCAP progress, services and goals for the current 2022-2023 LCAP or the upcoming 2023-2024 LCAP please complete this survey: LCAP Feedback Survey.
Here are the mid-year parent survey results:
Spanish: Resultados de la encuesta de padres de mitad de año 2022-20223
Here are the school staff survey results:  
In addition, regular office hours are held in which more information about the LCAP and opportunities for feedback are provided. For information on these office hours (held via zoom) please reach out to Kalin Balcomb, [email protected] 
LCAP Overview:
Goal # 1: To provide educational justice for our students by providing an arts enriched and rigorous academic program


Goal # 2: To create an inclusive school community based on meaningful collaboration between school staff and families to educate, support and empower the whole child
Please see here for the LCFF Goals, intended outcomes and action steps:LCAP Overview
The goals and services below have been created through collaboration from the English Language Learner Advisory Committee, the School Site Councils for each school, the AIA leadership and teaching team, and the school board.