SUSD 2018-2019 LCAP
Welcome to Stockton Unified’s Local Control & Accountability Plan page. Here you will find out what the LCAP is, how it is funded and what it pays for. Remember this is a special funding program that is aimed at increasing academic achievement for low income, English language learner and foster students. Every year we seek community input for this program and this year we will be doing the same.
Family & Community LCAP Engagement Events
Date Time Location
1/22/19 11:00-1:00 Professional Development Center (PDC: Room A-2)
2/13/19 5:00-7:00 Cesar Chavez High School (Career Center Room)
2/15/19 9:00-11:00 John C. Fremont School (School Library)
3/2/19 9:00-11:00 Edison High School (Professional Development Room)
Food, beverages, child care, and language interpretation services will be provided at these events.
The SUSD 2018-2019 annual LCAP update is posted in the right column.
What is the Local Control Funding Formula?
California’s 2013-14 Budget Act included legislation to simplify the state’s school finance system. The changes introduced by the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) represent a big change in the way California funds school districts. In the past, districts were told where to spend state funds. The money from the state was restricted to specific, so-called categorical programs. Now, districts, including Stockton Unified, will have some flexibility over the programs they support with state funds. Click here to watch a short video about LCFF.
2018-2019 LCAP Update - Adopted June 26, 2018
2018-2019 LCAP Update | Spanish
LCAP Annual Update for Health Careers Academy
LCAP Annual Update for Pittman Charter
LCAP Annual Update for Pacific Law Academy
LCAP Annual Update for Stockton Early College Academy
LCAP Annual Update for Nightingale Charter
2017-2018 LCAP Update - Adopted June 27, 2017
2016-2017 LCAP Update - Adopted June 28, 2016
2015-2016 LCAP REVISION - Adopted September 8, 2015
2015-2016 LCAP UPDATE - Adopted June 23, 2015