Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Information
The passage of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) legislation represents the most significant education finance reform in four decades. Under LCFF, the responsibility for determining the use of funds now resides with the school district's local governing board. Districts and charters must develop and locally approve a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) on or before July 1 of each year. Through the development of the LCAP, districts are expected to develop annual goals for the state priorities and for any local priorities identified.
El Rancho Unified has conducted stakeholder surveys for parents, community members, and staff, as well as student focus groups at each school site. A district LCAP committee comprised of representatives from across the district, including staff, parents, and students, collaborate to develop a draft of the LCAP to present to the Board by June of each year.
For your information, agendas and power point presentations provided during the LCAP Committee collaborations are posted here for your review.
California Accountability Dashboard
- See how ERUSD is performing on test scores, graduation rates and other measures of student success. The Dashboard is being field tested before full implementation in fall 2017. See this video that shares more about the Dashboard. Video en espanol.
Thank You for Participating in Our ANNUAL LCAP SURVEY for 2016-17!
We are currently seeking input from our parents and community members. Please take a moment to complete our survey. The survey window will close on Sunday, May 7, 2017. Thank you!
El Distrito Escolar Unificado de El Rancho le gustaría solicitar su entrada para la actualización del Plan de Responsabilidad llamado Plan de Cuentas de Control Local (LCAP). Valoramos su opinión y esperamos que usted se tome el tiempo para completar esta encuesta. La encuesta se cerrará el domingo 7 de abril de 2017.