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LCFF & LCAP District Staff

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Bonnie Hansen
Assistant Superintendent, Educational Services
Ext. 22323
Donna DeKom
 Administrative Secretary
Ext. 22578
LCAP Questions / Community Input

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LCAP Questions / Community Input

The public is encouraged to provide feedback on the SUHSD LCAP as it is implemented throughout the current school year. To do so, we encourage interested parties to first review the most updated LCAP which can be found in the above section and then submit their comments and/or suggestions by clicking on the link below directing them to a Community Input form.

SUHSD Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (Covid 19 LCAP)

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COVID-19 Operations Written Report

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What is LCFF and LCAP?

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The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) replaces revenue limits and eliminates most categorical program funding formulas with the intent of allowing the local stakeholders to have significant discretion to make the decisions that best meet the needs of the students in the LEA.  It is designed to address the achievement gap by focusing on equity for our neediest students:

  1. Low Income Pupils
  2. English Learners
  3. Foster Youth (FY)
  4. Reclassified Fluent English-Proficient (RFEP)
The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) serves as the spending plan that accompanies the District's budget. It is a three-year plan that describes the goals, actions, services, and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities.