• Committee Information

    The LCAP Advisory Committee monitors the progress of the actions and services outlined in the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), and makes recommendations to our School Board on next steps for serving students.  Your voice is important in making sure we are meeting the needs of all students, especially the needs of our English learners, foster youth, homeless, and low-income students.

    The committee includes parents/guardians, district staff, high school students and community members, with an emphasis on those who represent English learners, low-income, foster youth and homeless youth. Members are asked to offer feedback and input on progress made toward meeting our LCAP goals. The committee meets once a month in the evenings from January through May. An orientation meeting is held for new members in December. Members are asked to serve for two years, and are expected to maintain regular attendance, actively participate, contribute ideas and suggestions, and work collaboratively and respectfully with the other committee members.


    2021-22 LCAP Advisory Committee Information


    New Member Interest Mtg - November 16 @ 5:30pm via zoom

    (Agenda with zoom link)  (Meeting Materials)


    New Member Orientation - December 9 @ 5:00pm via zoom

    (Agenda with zoom link will be emailed to new members) 


    Advisory Meetings - Jan. 20, Feb. 17, Mar. 17, Apr. 21, and May 19 @ 5-7pm via zoom

    (Agenda and materials will be posted prior to the meeting.)


    Interested in joining the LCAP Advisory Committee?

    Please complete the Interest Survey to submit your name for consideration. 

Public Input

  • Should you have ideas for measurable programs or services to be added to the LCAP please share/email your thoughts with us.

    If you have any comments or questions about this process, please use this link: lcap_feedback