Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)
About Our Plan & District Plans
Significant changes have been made to how K-12 public schools are funded. Recent legislation (Assembly Bill 97, Senate Bill 97 and Senate Bill 91) introduced a Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), which simplifies spending requirements while promoting greater transparency and local accountability.
Each Local Education Agency (LEA), or district, must solicit input from Educational Partners to develop a three-year plan and measure success in 8 priority areas that facilitate high-quality educational programs, using the state template. This newly required Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) is the vehicle for communicating the district’s goals, priorities, services, and actions. Districts must report on progress and update plans annually prior to budget adoption.
A comprehensive explanation of the new school funding system has been provided by the California State Legislative Analyst’s Office (Overview of LCFF).
2022-23 SBCEO LCAP (UPDATED 9.20.22)
Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAP)
Click the District or Charter school websites below to access their LCAPs and contact them with any questions.
Ballard School District
Blochman School District
Buellton School District
Cold Spring School District
College School District | 2022 Supplement
Goleta School District
Guadalupe School District
Hope School District
Los Olivos School District
Montecito Union School District
Orcutt School District
Santa Maria-Bonita School District
Solvang School District
Vista del Mar Union School District
Adelante Charter School
California Connections Academy Central Coast
Family Partnership Charter
Manzanita Public Charter
Olive Grove Charter School
Orcutt Academy Charter School
Santa Barbara Charter School
Santa Ynez Valley Charter School
Trivium Charter School