Our Unified Single District Plan
Our needs, goals, measures, and actions/services are captured within a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). In 2013, Governor Brown changed the funding formula for California public school districts featuring the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), which requires school districts like SJUSD to prepare a plan using stakeholder input on how funds should be spent, and more importantly, measure their affect for desired outcomes. Near the end of each school year, the data on LCAP measures is reviewed and feedback from stakeholders on past and future goals/needs is collected and analyzed. Proposed changes to the LCAP are yearly presented to the Board of Trustees for adoption and then submitted to State officials. The 2016-17 LCAP is available in complete format from the link below:
Implementing and monitoring a large single plan needs a success-oriented strategy. The District's 2016-17 LCAP is streamlined into four main goals, and each goal is overseen by an Action Group. Throughout the year, the Action Groups meet and report the ongoing progress with measurable actions and services to an oversight team. The team is called "Vision 20/20" and has a membership over 90 individuals that includes administrators, school site staff, teachers, students, parents, and community members.
The continuous review of the District's Mission, Vision, Core Values and Graduate Profile during the implementation and monitoring of progress of our LCAP goals is what we call "The San Jacinto Difference!"