Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

2018-2019 Alpine County Unified School District/Office of Education Local Control Accountability Plan

Please contact the District office at (530) 694-2230 to provide input on the 2018-2019 LCAP.

Description of Edits since the June 2018 approval of the LCAP:

  • Goals 1, 2, 3: noted as Modified (due to modification of needs and/or metrics)
  • Action/service 1.2, item 6 (follow expelled student plan, added link to plan)
  • Action/service 2.4, item 2 (benefit of high school accreditation to socioeconomically disadvantaged students)
  • Action/service 3.3, item 13 (measures of attendance, truancy, drop-out rates)
  • Demonstration of Increased or Improved Services for Unduplicated Students (benefit of high school accreditation to socioeconomically disadvantaged students)
  • Annual Update analysis sections revised as necessary
  • Stakeholder Engagement revised as necessary
  • Minor budget adjustments and edits in description of added service for duplicated students.

  • Local Control Accountability Plan State Priorities

    We are seeking parents/guardians to join the Local Control Accountability Plan Parent Advisory Committee, or LCAP PAC. Click here and please contact the District office at (530) 694-2230 if you are interested in joining the PAC.

    Local Control Accountability Plans (LCAPs) must be adopted by each district and county office of education in California at board meetings. This is to occur after consultation with teachers, principals, school personnel, pupils, bargaining units, parents and with the advice of district-level parent advisory committees. The LCAP must include a description of:

    • Annual goals for all students and for each subgroup for each of the state priority areas and any additional local priorities areas; and
    • The specific actions and strategies that will be used to achieve those goals. Again, the state mandated LCAP template must be used.
    • Summary of Alpine County Office of Education and Alpine County Unified School District LCAP goals, actions, and services for reader accessibility

    The state has identified the following eight priority areas for districts:

    • Student Achievement
    • Student Engagement
    • Other Student Outcomes
    • School Climate
    • Parent Involvement
    • Implementation of Academic Standards, including a focus on English Learners
    • Course Access
    • Basic Services including facilities, qualified teachers, and instructional materials

    The state has identified two additional priorities for county offices of education:

    • Expelled Youth
    • Foster Youth

    The following data pertain to the the state priorities:

    SBAC represents Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium

    CCSS represents Common Core State Standards