Local Control and Accountability Plan
Welcome to the Huntington Beach City School District LCAP page!
These are exciting times in education with changes being made to curriculum, instruction, funding, and assessment. In this space, we will provide updates of our District Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).
The LCAP is a result of the passage of Proposition 30 (2012) and AB97, with California Governor Jerry Brown significantly changing school finance laws. These changes provide all stakeholders in a school district – the students, parents, community members, teachers, staff members, and administrators – with the opportunity and obligation under law to assist school districts in the development, monitoring, and tracking of local priorities for expenditures.
Each district also will receive additional funding to provide additional services for subgroups of students who may require additional resources. These subgroups include children from low-income backgrounds, English Learners, foster youth, and students with exceptional needs. HBCSD will not be receiving significant increases in funding, but our commitment to the education of all students remains a cornerstone and elements addressing the needs of these subgroups are included to reflect that Shared Value.
This page will continue to be updated with news and updates of our LCAP process.
LCAPs Available Online
BOARD APPROVED 2017-18 LCAP
The Board of Trustees approved the HBCSD Local Control and Accountability Plan on June 20, 2017. To view the document, please click below.
BOARD APPROVED 2016-17 LCAP
The Board of Trustees approved the HBCSD Local Control and Accountability Plan on June 28, 2016. To view the document, please click below.
BOARD APPROVED 2015-16 LCAP
The Board of Trustees approved the HBCSD Local Control and Accountability Plan on June 30, 2015. To view the document, please click below.
BOARD-APPROVED 2014-15 LCAP
The Board of Trustees approved the HBCSD Local Control and Accountability Plan on June 24, 2014. To view the document, please click below.
Feedback and input has been closed for the 2017-18 school year. Please contact the District Office at (714)378-2034 if you would like to speak to someone about the LCAP.
Presentations and Handouts
Content shared at LCAP Community Forums is downloadable! Please see below for the presentations and handouts from the meetings.
We will continue to update this section with links and resources that may be useful in learning about and understanding the Local Control and Accountability Plan.
The California State PTA has put together resources and guides for parents regarding the Local Control Funding Formula and LCAP. Check it out by clicking here
For answers to frequently asked questions about the LCAP, the State Department of Education has created a robust FAQ page that you can access at this link
The California School Boards Association has created a Fact Sheet
regarding the transition to LCFF/LCAP.