LCAP and LCFF

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

Natomas Unified School District is committed to continuous improvement. Two years ago, NUSD engaged in a significant strategic planning process that resulted in a 5-year district plan called The NEXT 5 and a three-year Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). These plans guide our work to graduate all students as college and career ready, productive, responsible, and engaged global citizens.

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Overview

Natomas Unified School District established the Local Control Accountability Plan Parent Advisory Committee (LCAP PAC).  Members of this committee will be consulted to assist in developing the district’s Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).  In addition, members will review progress towards meeting the goals outlined in the LCAP.

The 20-member committee will be formed to emphasize members who represent the diversity of the school district, English learners, foster youth, homeless youth, migrant students, students with disabilities, socioeconomically disadvantaged students, and ideally, a representative from each of our schools.

Committee meetings will be scheduled on Thursday evenings starting in February 2021, once or twice a month as needed, and are held in the district office board room, unless otherwise noted.  During stay-at-home orders, video/audio conferencing meetings will be required.

2021-2024 LCAP Stakeholder Engagement Survey/Feedback Presentation
2021-2024 LCAP Stakeholder Engagement Survey Open Ended Responses
2021-2024 Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) Update – February 25, 2021
LCAP PAC Meeting Documents
LCAP PAC Schedule
LCAP PAC Bylaws
LCAP PAC Members

If you have any questions or comments about the LCAP, please email [email protected]ied.org or contact Constituent and Customer Service at (916) 561-5253.

2020-2021 Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan

The final version of NUSD’s Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan is available here. The Board approved the plan at the September 23 Board of Education meeting.

2017-2020 LCAP

2020 LCAP COVID-19 Operations Written Report (Informe Escrito de Operaciones de COVID-19)

2020 LCFF Budget Overview for Parents

2017-2020 LCAP in English or in Spanish (prepared in 2017)

The Next 5/LCAP website

2019-2020 LCAP
2019 Draft Annual Update to the 2017-2020 LCAP
2019 Feedback to Parent Advisory and District English Learner Advisory Committee

2018-2019
SCOE and Board Approved English or in Spanish (prepared in 2018)
2018 Feedback to Parent Advisory and District English Learner Advisory Committee
Fall 2018 California School Dashboard

2019-2020 LCAP
Board Approved LCAP

2016-2017 LCAP

2016 Stakeholder Engagement Survey

Encuesta de Participantes Interesados 2016

February 10, 2016 LCAP Mid Year Update Board Presentation

April 13, 2016 Board Presentation LCAP Stakeholder Engagement

2016-2017 Draft LCAP

Parent Advisory and English Learner Parent Advisory Committees Feedback and District Responses

2016-2017 NUSD Board Approved LCAP

2016-2017 NUSD Board Approved LCAP in Spanish

2015-2016 LCAP

Board Approved LCAP in English or in Spanish

Draft LCAP

February 25, 2015 Board Presentation update

Student, Parent, Staff Survey

April 15, 2015 Board Presentation on Stakeholder Feedback 

Parent Advisory and English Learner Parent Advisory Committees Feedback and District Responses

June 10 Board Presentation on Draft LCAP for Public Hearing

2014-2015 LCAP

Board Approved LCAP in English or in Spanish

Second Draft in English or in Spanish

First Draft in English or in Spanish

Responses to Parent Advisory and English Learner Parent Advisory Committees in English and Spanish

NUSD Data and Evidence for LCAP

2014 Community Engagement

During the fall of 2013, more than 600 stakeholders shared more than 700 ideas about what’s important to help ALL students succeed.

Review the December 2013 Board Presentation on LCFF titled: “First Interim & Local Control Funding Formula Update”

Phase 2: January to February 2014 – Stakeholder Engagement (Completed)

We met, phoned, and surveyed students, staff, families, and community members and received more than 2,800 new ideas for helping ALL students succeed in school.

January 2014 Board Presentation on LCFF and LCAP titled: “Establishing Student Success at the Local Level”

Superintendent welcome letter for  NUSD Parent/Community Engagement Nights

The first Parent/Community Engagement Night at Witter Ranch Elementary School

The second Parent/Community Engagement Night at Jefferson School

The third Parent/Community Engagement Night at Inderkum High School

Review the feedback and ideas received during Phase 2 of our LCAP Stakeholder Engagement process.  This document contains all of the feedback NUSD collected in January and February, 2014; and it represents over 2,800 ideas organized by themes.  The vast majority of this information was left exactly as it was shared with us (typos and all).  We have redacted one incident of vulgarity and the names of specific staff members when (s)he was mentioned in a derogatory way (but we left the feedback for that item in this document).

Phase 3: March to July 2014 – LCAP Plan Development

March 2014 Board Presentation on LCAP Draft Goals
April 9, 2014 Board Presentation on Actions for Student Success Part I
April 30, 2014 Board Presentation on Actions for Student Success Part II
May 15, 2014 Post draft LCAP on website for stakeholder review
May 19, 2014 Review draft LCAP with Parent Advisory Committee
May 20, 2014 Review draft LCAP with District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC)
June 6, 2014 Post Second Draft LCAP on website for stakeholder review
June 11, 2014 Public Hearing at Board Meeting
June 25, Approve LCAP
July 1, 2014: LCAP due to Sacramento County Office of Education