The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a document that requires schools or districts set goals and create plans to achieve those goals, while identifying areas for financial expenditures for the upcoming three years. The LCAP is created annually following data collection, input, and reflection from all stakeholders, including board members, faculty, staff, families, and students. Each year, several sessions with stakeholders are held to gather information and review drafts of the next year’s document, which must be submitted to justify state and federal funding of public schools, including the Grove School. Please be sure to check the calendar and school communications for future meetings, as all input is valuable in creating the LCAP!
To read current or past versions of the LCAP for the Grove School, please click on any of the links below:
- The Grove School LCAP Report 2019
- The Grove School LCAP Report 2018
- The Grove School LCAP Report 2017
For more information about the LCAP in general, visit the California Department of Education LCAP Information webpage.