The state of California directs a greater share of public education funding to high-need schools, and requires districts to plan for and show how these funds are spent in a document called a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). Every school district in the state receives a base amount of funding, then additional funding based on their percentages of English learner, low-income and foster youth students.
As school districts plan each year how to best spend that money, they must include community feedback. That's where you can help:
FIRST: Review our 2016-17 LCAP spending plan. You can check out an easy-to-use overview infographic, or dig into the full 93-page document for more details (you can also access at www.fcusd.org/lcap) :
NEXT: Fill out our brief public input form by 11:59 p.m. Friday, April 7.
Questions? Contact FCUSD Communication and Community Engagement at (916) 294-9000 ext. 104530.