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LCAP Advisory Services

local control accountability plan

LCAp advisory services

The LCAP is a three-year plan that describes the goals, actions, services, and expenditures to support positive student outcomes that address state and local priorities. The LCAP provides an opportunity for local educational agencies (LEAs) to share their stories of how, what, and why programs and services are selected to meet their local needs. TCSOS Supports LEAs in the development of their LCAP each year. 

The components of the LCAP for the 2022–2023 LCAP year must be posted as one document assembled in the following order:

  • LCFF Budget Overview for Parents
  • Supplement to the Annual Update to the 2021–22 LCAP
  • Plan Summary
  • Engaging Educational Partners
    Goals and Actions
  • Increased or Improved Services for
  • Foster Youth, English Learners, and
  • Low-income students
  • Action Tables
  • Instructions

 

 

Tuolumne County superintendent of schools

LCAP

 

The 2021-22 TCSOS LCAP has six goals; four broad goals and two maintenance goals.

Goal 1: Provide social emotional support and timely interventions to all students in order to develop mental health, communication, and conflict resolution skills, and strengthen student resiliency.

Goal 2: Provide training to all staff in tiered interventions, including Positive Behavior Intervention Support, inclusion, and trauma informed practices in order to create a positive school climate and improve student attendance and achievement.

Goal 3: Provide engaging, standards-aligned curriculum, instruction, and access to technology; develop college and career readiness skills, and increase opportunities for students to enroll in CTE, A-G, dual enrollment, and credit recovery courses in order to prepare students for success in college and/or careers.

Goal 4: Provide increased opportunities for parental involvement and regular communication between parents, staff, districts of residence, and partner agencies, including probation, behavioral health, foster/homeless liaisons, social services, and the community college in order to support educational outcomes for all students.

Goal 5: Continue to coordinate services for foster youth and homeless youth enrolled in TCSOS programs and all LEAs in Tuolumne County to minimize changes in school placement and ensure delivery of educational services, and provide training for all LEAs in Tuolumne County to support foster youth and homeless youth.

Goal 6: Continue to coordinate the instruction of expelled pupils in Tuolumne County to prepare them to successfully transition back to their district of residence, other educational options, or graduation.

Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) regulations require that school districts and county offices of education post their draft revised LCAP for a public comment period before the final adoption of the revised document. Members of the public may submit comments regarding the LCAP revisions by emailing County Superintendent Cathy Parker.

Supplement to the Annual Update to the 2021-2022 LCAP

Adopted at the February 7, 2022 TCBOE Board Meeting

Tuolumne County Districts

Approved LCAPs