Local Control Accountability Plan

  • What is LCAP?

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    California schools are now funded under a model known as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Under this model, districts are required to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP guides priorities for budget development in eight areas. This process provides opportunities for community input during scheduled meetings, online surveys, and through formal parent events.  

     

    Our 2022-2023 Calendar of Meetings  

    Formal invitations and additional information will be sent out to all of our educational partners in January.  Please email Dr. Kevin Hodgson at khodgson@rialtousd.org if you would like to participate in the LCAP process.  

    Community Meetings - Open to all educational partners (students, families, community members, certificated and classified staff)

    • Community Meeting - February 21 - 4:30-5:30 - Bistro

    • Community Meeting - April 6 - 5:00-6:00 - Virtual

    • Community Meeting - May 19 - 5:00-6:30 - Bistro

    LCAP Meeting 2020

    Important Documents from Previous Years

    2021-2022 LCAP Board Approved - 8/24/2022

    Local Indicators Presentation - Presented to the Board on June 22, 2022  

    LCAP 2021-24 - Approved by San Bernardino Superintendent of Schools - 9/8/2021

    LCAP 2021-24 Budget Overview for Parents

    Infographic of Goals and Actions for 2021-24 LCAP