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LCAP/LCFF Information

LCAP/LCFF Information




The 2021-24 Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP) was adopted by the MUSD Board of Education on June 28, 2021.  

Annual Update Reports:

local control accountability plan



Local Control Funding Formula- 8 State Priorities


Comments/questions and responses will be listed below. Comments/questions may be submitted by sending a written comment to your school site or the District Office at:

LCAP Comments
921 Susana Street
Martinez, CA 94553

Comment/Question: How will the district respond to my comment?

Response:  The district will respond in the same format received to comments and questions submitted during the written comment period.





We are currently recruiting parent/guardian representatives and community members to serve on our Local Control Accountability Plan Executive Advisory Committee (LCAP EAC).  The purpose of the LCAP EAC is to advise and make recommendations to the Board and Superintendent regarding the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) matters.  If you are interested in joining the committee, please reach out to your site administration or the Educational Services Department. Thank you for your consideration. 


Actualmente estamos reclutando representantes de padres / tutores y miembros de la comunidad para que formen parte de nuestro Comité Asesor Ejecutivo del Plan de Responsabilidad de Control Local (LCAP EAC). El propósito del LCAP EAC es asesorar y hacer recomendaciones a la Mesa Directiva y al Superintendente con respecto a los asuntos del Plan de Responsabilidad de Control Local (LCAP). Si está interesado en unirse al comité, pongase en contacto con su administrador escolar o con el departamento de servicios educativos. Gracias por su consideración.


September- December 

(Stakeholder Engagement, Consultation)

  • Data Analysis/Needs Assessment 
  • Collect information for the Annual Update

January- March   

(Plan Development, Public Comment, Opportunities for Input, Response  & Revision)

  • Parent Survey Sent to All Families

‚ÄčApril- June     

(Revision, Information & Adoption)

  • (April) Revise LCAP Draft based on input
  • April - May:  Meet with PTA, DELAC, ELAC, etc. 
  • Early May: Board Meeting: LCAP information to Board, Draft to Board, Open Public Comment Period
  • Early June: LCAP Available for Public Comment 
  • Mid-June Board Meeting - Final Draft Presented for Information 
  • Last Board Meeting in June: Adoption in Conjunction with Budget Hearing
  • by 6.30 - Submit to the County Office of Education and Post on the Website

Want to get involved? Email your school principal. 


Senate Bill 98 and California Education Code 43509, approved by Governor Newsom on June 29, 2020, made several key changes to accountability requirements for 2020-21. Senate Bill 98 includes requirements regarding distance learning and in-person instruction and suspends the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) for the 2020-2021 school year. Other changes include the establishment of a new requirement, The Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan, whose purpose is to provide a brief overview of how each school district will provide continuity of learning and address the impact of COVID-19 on pupils, staff, and the community. The plan must be adopted by September 30, 2020.

The California Department of Education (CDE) released the final template for the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan on August 1st. The Overview Comparison of the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan and the Local Control and Accountability Plan chart highlights the distinct differences between the two plans.

Elements of the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan include:

  • A description of the actions the LEA will take to offer classroom-based instruction whenever possible with an emphasis on students who have experienced significant learning loss due to school closures in the 2019–2020 school year or are at a greater risk of experiencing learning loss due to future school closures.
  • A description of how the LEA will monitor and support the mental health and social and emotional well-being of pupils and staff during the school year.
  • Strategies for connecting with parents in multiple languages of students who are now engaging in distance learning. Under the new state law, this effort must kick in when students fail to participate online for three or more days in a week.
  • A description of how the LEA will provide meals for pupils who are eligible for free or reduced-price meals, for pupils participating in both in-person instruction and distance learning, as applicable.
  • A plan for distance learning that will “ensure pupils have access to a full curriculum of substantially similar quality regardless of the method of delivery.” It will include:
    • A description of how connectivity and a computing device will be provided to all students. Some districts have provided technical assistance to families, although that’s not required in the plan.
    • How staff will receive training, resources, and technical support.
    • Extra academic support for those who have had the most difficulty adjusting to distance learning, including English learners, special education, and homeless students.


Due to COVID-19, in April Governor Gavin Newsom's executive order extended the deadline for districts to submit LCAP plans. Districts were required to submit an update of COVID-19 related effects on students and their plans to address the impact.


Click here for the COVID-19 State Mandated Report approved by the Board of Trustees on June 22, 2020

Click here for the COVID-19 State Mandated Report (Spanish)



LCAP Executive Advisory Committee (EAC) Meeting Dates:

2024-25 SCHOOL YEAR:
October 2nd

December 4th

March 5th

April 30th

All meetings will be held in the District Board Room:
921 Susana Street
5:45 pm - 7:30 pm


LCFF (Local Control Funding Formula) requires school districts to involve parents in planning and decision-making.

It also:

  • Shifts spending decisions from the state to your local school district.
  • Requires your school district to focus on the eight key areas that help all students succeed.
  • Provides extra funding for students with greater challenges.
  • Gives your district more flexibility in how to spend its money to improve local schools.

Click this link for the California PTA site with some very helpful information.


If you'd like to learn more about the data used to inform the LCAP, please visit our MUSD CA Dashboard website by clicking the icon below.


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