• Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)

    Local Control and Accountability Plan

     

     

     

    The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a tool from the California Department of Education for local educational agencies to set goals, plan actions, and leverage resources to meet those goals to improve student outcomes. Please see the FAQs below to learn more about this tool and the development process.


    LCAP Update to the Board of Trustees

     

     

    Community Forums

    If you are interested in learning more about the development and implementation of the LCAP and Portrait of a Graduate, your voluntary participation is requested at the following community forums:

    • March 14, 2024 (3:30 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.): District Advisory Committee Meeting (Meeting 1 of 3) - Presentation
    • March 21, 2024 (3:30 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.): District Advisory Committee Meeting (Meeting 2 of 3) - Presentation
    • March 28, 2024 (5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.): LCAP 2024-2027 Community Forum - Presentation
    • April 4, 2024 (3:30 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.): District Advisory Committee Meeting (Meeting 3 of 3) - Presentation
    • April 18, 2024 (5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.): Budget & LCAP Alignment Community Forum

    This spring, the Mill Valley School District Board of Trustees will approve the 2024-2027 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and the related 2024-2025 Mill Valley School District Budget. 

     

    To assist us in this process, the Mill Valley School District seeks members for its District Advisory Committee (DAC). The District Advisory Committee is a representative group of staff, parents or caregivers, students, district labor partners, and trustees whose purpose is to ensure that the district addresses all of its students' needs in meeting the state’s eight priority areas: basic services, implementation of state standards, course access, student achievement, other student outcomes, student engagement, parent involvement, and school climate.

     

     

    What does the DAC do to help develop the LCAP? The District Advisory Committee members will play a key role in developing the LCAP and monitoring its implementation during the 2024-2025 school year.  In addition to providing personal perspectives, the DAC team will review student outcome data as well as information collected through surveys, Thought Exchanges, community forums, and focus groups. 

     

     

    What is the Time Commitment for DAC Members?

     

    For 2024-2025, attendance at approximately 12 hours of DAC meetings between November 2024 and May 2025 to update and complete the annual report for the 2024-2025 LCAP year. 

     

    If you wish to be considered for the DAC, please complete this simple application form.

     

     

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    View the 2022-23 LCAP & Budget Overview for Parents

    View the 2021-24 LCAP Document

    View the 2022 LCAP with Progress Reporting

    View the 2023 LCAP with Progress Reporting

     


LCAP Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the LCAP?

  • What is the district's stakeholder engagement process?

  • What is the difference between the LCAP and the Strategic Plan?

  • LCAP Committees

    • Parent advisory committee (or District Advisory Committee) - as used in California Education Code (EC) sections 52063 and 52069, shall be composed of a majority of parents, as defined in subdivision (e), of pupils and include parents of pupils to whom one or more of the definitions in EC Section 42238.01 apply. A governing board of a school district or a county superintendent of schools shall not be required to establish a new parent advisory committee if a previously established committee meets these requirements, including any committee established to meet the requirements of the federal No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (Public Law 107-110) pursuant to Section 1112 of Subpart 1 of Part A of Title I of that act.
    • English learner parent advisory committee - as used in EC sections 52063 and 52069 for those school districts or schools and programs operated by county superintendents of schools whose enrollment includes at least 15 percent English learners and at least 50 pupils who are English learners, shall be composed of a majority of parents, as defined in subdivision (e), of pupils to whom the definition in EC Section 42238.01(c) applies. A governing board of a school district or a county superintendent of schools shall not be required to establish a new English learner parent advisory committee if a previously established committee meets these requirements.
    • Consult with pupils - as used in EC sections 52060, 52066, and 47606.5, means a process to enable pupils, including unduplicated pupils and other numerically significant pupil subgroups, to review and comment on the development of the LCAP. This process may include surveys of pupils, forums with pupils, pupil advisory committees, or meetings with pupil government bodies or other groups representing pupils.