Local Control and Accountability Plan
Community Engagement on the 2021-2024 OUSD LCAP
Opportunities remain to provide feedback for the Local Control & Accountability Plan!
The LCAP Parent & Student Advisory Committee has scheduled a June 1st Special Meeting to review the draft LCAP for 2021-24 with a focus on actions and investments to support Goal 3: Students and Families are Welcomed, Safe, Healthy, and Engaged.
Action Areas under Goal 3 include:
3.1 Multi-Tiered System of Support (MTSS)
3.2 Attendance Supports
3.3 Social Emotional Supports
3.4 Student Health & Wellness
3.5 Youth Engagement
3.6 Family Engagement
3.7 Communication to the Community
PSAC Special Meeting: June 1, 2021 5:30-8:30 pm
Zoom Link Here
Meeting ID: 815 5228 0712 Passcode: 716018
By Phone: 1-669-900-9128 or 1-253-215-8782
[Please note that the number of staff positions in the LCAP are not yet finalized. Also, the draft LCAP does not yet include the use of one-time funds. Updated documents will be added to the folder as soon as they are available.]
If you would like to comment on specific sections of the LCAP narrative or provide general written comments, use this link.
The OUSD School Board will hold its first review of the draft 2021-24 LCAP on Wednesday, June 16. Information to join the School Board meeting is available on the main page of this OUSD website.
For questions about the draft LCAP documents, write to Diana Sherman, LCAP Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions about meetings, interpretation requests, and other participation support, write to Cintya Molina, LCAP Engagement Program Manager, at email@example.com
The Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (LCP)
The Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (or LCP) is a new tool created in response to the pandemic for districts to explain to students, families and stakeholders how they will provide quality learning opportunities (whether in-person or at a distance) and support the needs of students and staff during the 2020-2021 school year.
Click here for OUSD's Board approved LCP.
The LCP outlines the District’s approach to:
- addressing the unique needs of students who are English Language Learners, low-income, foster youth, students with dis/abilities and students experiencing homelessness,
- addressing unfinished learning that resulted from extended school closures,
- supporting mental and social-emotional health of students and staff,
- providing students with continued access to food, and
- increasing or improving services for foster youth, low-income youth, and English learners.
The LCP details the use of federal and state funding, including new “learning loss mitigation funds,” to support this work. The LCP is a one-time replacement for the LCAP for the 2020-21 school year due to the unusual nature of learning during this crisis year. There will be no LCAP (Local Control and Accountability Plan) adopted for this year. The 2021-2024 LCAP will be adopted in June 2021.
LCP vs LCAP: What's the Difference?
The LCP is a one-time replacement for the LCAP for the 2020-21 school year due to the unusual nature of learning during this crisis year.
There will be no LCAP (Local Control and Accountability Plan) adopted for this year. The 2021-2024 LCAP will be adopted in June 2021.