Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
School districts are required to work with their stakeholders to develop a Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), which explains how monies will be spent to meet the needs of English learners, low income students, and foster youth. The LCAP must also address how monies will be spent in each of the state’s eight priority areas: basic services, state standards, parent involvement, student achievement, student engagement, school climate, course access, and other student outcomes. Parents, school staff, community members, bargaining units servicing the Savanna School District’s English Learners, Foster Youth, low income students and students with special needs, were given an opportunity to respond to a stakeholder survey and to attend a variety of meetings. The Local Control Accountability Plan was presented to the Board of Trustees on May 10, 2022 with a public hearing following for input and/or comments. The Board of Trustees approved the plan at its Regular Meeting on June 14, 2022.