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Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

2019-20 Local Control Accountability Plan

The district held a public hearing on the 2019-20 Local Control Accountability Plan on Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. The LCAP was adopted by the Board of Education on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. In August 2019, the Monterey County Office of Education asked the district to make minor modifications/clarifications to its LCAP.
 

Stakeholder Feedback

We want to hear from you! The district provides opportunities for stakeholders to provide feedback on parental involvement activities and how you would like to see the district align and prioritize spending of its resources. 
 
Your Input Matters. Complete an online survey and tell us how you would like us to align our goals and financial resources.
 
 
2018-19 Final Approved LCAP
 
 
The 2018-19 final approved Local Control Accountability Plan for the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District reflects the goals, objectives, measurable outcomes, and actions and services the district will engage in during the 2018-19 school year. 
 
 

What is the Local Control Accountability Plan?

The Local Control Accountability Plan (also referred to as LCAP) is Monterey Peninsula Unified School District's three-year plan outlining the allocation of state funds provided to school districts to improve learning for all students, and supplemental funds devoted to help students from low-income families, students who are learning English as a second language, and foster youth. 

The LCAP includes three sections:

  • Goals and Measurable Outcomes (also referred to as Progress Indicators)
  • Stakeholder Engagement (a stakeholder is defined as someone who is involved with, interested in, employed or affected by MPUSD. Stakeholders may include certificated or classified staff, students, parents, community members, business leaders, elected officials.
  • Actions, Services and Expenditures 
 

Local Control

The Local Control Funding Formula is California's formula for determining the level of state funding provided to school districts. The funding, also referred to as supplemental and concentration funding, helps to improve learning for all students, and supplemental funds are devoted to helping students from low-income families, students who are learning English as a second language, and foster youth.

The state's eight priority areas where these funds must align include:

  • Student Achievement
  • Student Engagement
  • Parent Involvement
  • School Climate
  • Common Core State Standards
  • Access to a Broad Curriculum
  • Basic Services
  • Other Student Outcomes

Community Engagement

You input is always welcome. If you have comments or feedback, you may contact Marci McFadden, Chief of Communications at mmcfadden@mpusd.net or 831.706.6971.

District Advisory Council and District English Learner Advisory Council Minutes Reviewing and Approving 2018-19 LCAP