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Twin Rivers Unified School District

Twin Rivers Unified School District

LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP), federal and state grants & reports

LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP), federal and state grants & reports

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What is the LCAP?

The Twin Rivers USD Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) articulates our District's vision to improve outcomes and opportunities for all students and to close equity gaps across our district.
As part of the state of California's Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), school districts, county offices of education and charter schools are required to develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) to report on the funds distributed through the LCFF. The LCAP is required to identify annual goals, specific actions geared toward implementing those goals, and must measure progress for student groups across multiple performance indicators based on eight priorities set by the State. The priorities must be aligned to the district’s spending plan to ensure alignment of projected spending toward goals and services. The LCAP must be approved before the annual district budget can be adopted. Once the budget and LCAP are adopted at the local level, the Plan is reviewed for approval by the County Superintendent.

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

LCAP Public Review & Input:

LCAP Plans for District Dependent Charter Schools

LCAP Plans for District Independent Charter Schools

Learning Continuity & Attendance Plan

The Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (Learning Continuity Plan) is a key part of the overall budget package for K-12 that seeks to address funding stability for schools while providing information at the local educational agency (LEA) level for how student learning continuity will be addressed during the COVID-19 crisis in the 2020–21 school year. The provisions for the plan were approved by the Governor and Legislature in June in SB 98 and can be found in EC Section 43509.
The Learning Continuity Plan is intended to balance the needs of all stakeholders, including educators, parents, students and community members, while both streamlining engagement and condensing several preexisting plans. In particular, it was important to combine (1) the intent behind Executive Order N-56-20, published in April 2020,which envisioned an off cycle Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) due December 15th, and (2) the ongoing need for LEAs to formally plan to return to school in the midst of the uncertainty and of COVID-19, without requiring two plans. The Learning Continuity Plan replaces the LCAP for the 2020–21 school year.

COVID-19 Operations Reports

ELO Grant & Plan

Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) are academic and learning programs that exist outside of regular school hours, like after school and during summer. Examples of these programs include tutoring programs, after school clubs, and summer camp, to name a few.
Expanded Learning Opportunitied Grant


Other State & Federal Grants