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To provide input to LCAP click on 2017-18 LCAP Input Survey.  To see details, about the current LCAP see the menu list to the right.

Background: In June of 2013 a new era of school finance in California was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown. The new funding model is known as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). It reshapes school funding, with the promise of additional funding (trying to recapture the level of 2007-08), and squarely aimed to improve achievement for all students. LCFF Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

What is the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)?

The LCAP is a critical part of the new Local Control Funding Formula. Each school district must engage parents, educators, employees and the community to establish these plans.

The plans will describe the school district’s overall vision for students, annual goals and specific actions the district will take to achieve the vision and goals.

California’s new education funding model, the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), is a major reform in the way public school districts receive money from the state. Previously school districts received a significant portion of money without restrictions, but much of the funding was restricted to specific programs, called categorical programs.  There were dozens of state categorical programs that were eliminated when the LCFF went into effect in July 2013.

This three-year plan is to be updated annually. Once approved by the Board of Trustees, the LCAP will be the basis for expenditures in the District budget for 2016-17 and future years.

The Board of Trustee approved the current LCAP in June 2016. You can access the current OGSD LCAP by clicking 2016-17 Oak Grove LCAP.

The 2016-17 Goals are:

  • Goal 1: All students will be proficient in all subject areas.
  • Goal 2: We will accelerate the student proficiency for English Learners (EL), low socio-economic, Foster Youth, students of color, and students with disabilities (SWD).
  • Goal 3: Students will use technology to master 21st Century Skills of collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity.
  • Goal 4: School and classroom environments support learning, creativity, safety and engagement..
  • Goal 5: We will actively engage parents and community members in supporting the implementation of CCSS instruction.

The eight state priorities that Oak Grove School District includes in the LCAP include the following:

  • Student Achievement
  • Student Engagement
  • Other Student Outcomes
  • School Climate
  • Parental Involvement
  • Basic Services
  • Implementation of the Common Core Standards
  • Course Access