What is the LCAP?
The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) provides new ways for parents, students, and staff to engage in the school's decision making process. Charter schools and districts are required to involve parents, educators, employees, and the community as they create these plans and outline the school or district's goals.
The California Department of Education requires that the school's LCAP plan address each of the eight areas identified as state priorities. In addition, the LCAP outlines how the school's budget will help the school achieve its goals, as well as how the school will monitor its progress towards reaching their goals.
Would you like more information?
The requirement of completing an LCAP plan is new to all charter schools and districts across the state of California. Please use the links below as resources to learn more about these new requirements.
California Department of Education - LCAP Information
Contra Costa County Office of Education - LCAP Information
California PTA - LCAP Information
We want your feedback.
A large component of LCAP is feedback from stakeholders. If you have feedback or questions please email email@example.com.
What is Vista Oak's LCAP?
The Vista Oaks' LCAP will be reviewed by stakeholders and the Board of Directors in late May and early June.
Vista Oaks Charter School LCAP 2016 - 2017
Vista Oaks Charter School LCAP 2015 - 2016
Vista Oaks Charter School LCAP 2014 - 2015
Vista Oaks' Frequently Asked Questions for LCAP.