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Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) | Etiwanda School District

Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)

District Plan for Student Achievement In 2013, the state of California adopted a new formula for funding public education called the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF).   As part of the LCFF requirements, school districts must develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year plan called The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP describes goals, actions, and services that meet state and local priorities in serving students.

Click here to view the approved 2017-18 Local Control Accountability Plan


2017-18 LCAP Dashboard 2017-20 LCAP Summary

Eight State Priorities for Student Outcomes and Overall Performance

The law creating the Local Control Funding Formula, specified eight areas of student achievement and school improvement that districts must address. The State Board has grouped the eight priorities into three categories: Basic Conditions, Pupil Outcomes and Engagement. Districts must develop annual goals and actions to address each of the state priorities for all students and for student subgroups, particularly low-income students, English learners and foster youth.

California’s Eight State Priorities


Stakeholder Engagement

Engaging parents, students, school staff members, and other stakeholders in development of the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) goals and actions is central to the LCAP development process. The Etiwanda School District collaborates with a variety of district and site level stakeholder groups, including District Advisory Council (DAC), English Language Learner Advisory Council (ELAC), Etiwanda Teacher’s Association, and Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Advisory Committee, to annually update and revise goals and actions centered on the eight state priorities and other local priorities for the annual Local Control Accountability Plan. In addition to meeting with stakeholder groups, the Etiwanda School District administers an annual parent and student survey and holds eight Community Forums to engage students, families and staff members in the annual review and development of the Local Control Accountability Plan goals and actions.

LCAP Community Forums

Community Forums are scheduled eight times during the school year and hosted at each of the middle school sites. Parents, students, and staff members are invited to attend the Community Forum that best meets their needs. The fall Community Forums focus on the current Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and provide an overview of the goals and actions in the current school year. The spring Community Forums focus on the review of the draft LCAP goals for the coming school year.

Community Forums
October 3rd and October 5th
Community Forum PowerPoint

Community Forums
March 13th and March 15thCommunity Forum PowerPoint
LCAP Goals

  • Goal #1
  • Goal #2
  • Goal #3

District Survey Information

District Wide Results

C.P. Lightfoot Elementary

Caryn Elementary

Cecilia L Solorio Elementary

David W. Long Elementary

Day Creek Intermediate

East Heritage Intermediate

Etiwanda Colony Elementary

Etiwanda Intermediate

Grapeland Elementary

Heritage Intermediate

John L. Golden Elementary

Perdew Elementary

Summit Intermediate

TerraVista Elementary

West Heritage Elementary

Windrows Elementary

LCAP Stakeholder Engagement, Plan Development, and Approval Timeline

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Additional LCAP Information Resources

National PTA LCAP Information flyer

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PTA LCAP Framework Summary

Family-SchoolPartnershipsSummary

Video:  What is the Local Control
Funding Formula translated in Spanish
YouTube (7:49)

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Video:  Changes in Education:
How School Districts are Engaging
Parents in LCFF
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YouTube (5:18)

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California Department of Education
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San Bernardino County Superintendent
of Schools – Local Control
and Accountability Plan

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