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LCAP Vision Statement:

Developing the LCAP plan with high transparency, clarity of purpose, integrity beyond reproach and above all commitment to students and the community. 

LCAP Mission:

  • Develop Global Vision
  • Develop Consensus
  • Build Plans
  • Change Paradigms

LCAP Resources

The following resource documents and websites are easy to read and do a great job of explaining the components of the complex LCAP/LCFF process.

California State PTA

LCFF Flyer

LCAP Flyer
California Department of Education

10 FAQ about LCAP

About LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan)

Current Data and Information For Consideration in Determining the 2017/18 LCAP Proposed Plan Revisions

The following information was presented to the Board of Education in a workshop held on April 10, 2017 to help determine the proposed 2017/18 LCAP Actions and Services Plan.  The same information is being shared during the upcoming April/May CAP and advisory meetings.  The Board will review all data, input, and information at the LCAP workshop planned on Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. 


2017/18 Proposed LCAP Actions and Services Plan
CA Dashboard/Equity/Summary Reports
CA Dashboard/Five By Five Summary Indicator Reports
2016/17 Parent/Staff/Student Survey Input
CAP Meetings Success/Needs Input
Special Education Elementary Site Support/Growth Information
Bargaining Unit Input (TVEA/CSEA)
2016/17 LCAP Actions and Services Plan/Expenditures

Your Input Matters

TVUSD is currently engaged in the process of developing the 2017/18 LCAP Plan.  Please join us by attending any of the meetings listed below and provide us with your valuable input regarding the priorities that should be considered.

View the calendar below or you can review the attached pdf version by clicking here.

Updates 2017 LCAP


The District has been sharing through our various resources, including the disrictwide survey published this spring, that we are facing a budget challenge.  Opportunities for input have been continually shared on our websites and through the regional cap meetings.  


With the end of the school year approaching, we wanted to share with all stakehoders the current status and some background regarding the budget challenge.  We know you are extremely busy with end of the school year priorities but hope you will take the time to review the attached information.  We continue to welcome feedback and input through the forums identified in the attachment.


The community input process for the development of the 2017/18 LCAP plan began with the launch of a district-wide survey.  The survey received input from February 22 through March 3, 2017. TVUSD families, staff, and students in grades 6-12, participated in the survey.

In March, the District hosted community input meetings to review survey information received along with the new state dashboard data.


The Board held a workshop on April 10, 2017 to receive all of the data collected and review the draft LCAP Actions and Services Plan for 2017/18.  Following the Board's workshop, the CAP (Community Advisory Meetings) by region began on April 17.


Following the CAPs, advisories, and public input process, the Board will host an LCAP workshop on May 30, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. to review all of the information received from the April/May input gathering sessions.


A complete schedule of the LCAP input opportunities is attached and also located on the CAP and LCAP website.  All members of the TVUSD community are encouraged to attend any of the listed meetings.  The "CAP" meetings have been designed to bring together all school representatives and families within a specific region of the district.  For example, the south region CAP would be for schools that feed into GOHS, etc. However, anyone can attend any and all meetings if your specific region meeting doesn't fit within your schedule.


Additional opportunities for input are available by submitting feedback through the District's online LCAP form.  


We hope you will join us and provide your important voice to this process.  


TVUSD's Current Budget Challenges and Potential Impacts on LCAP

Explaining the details of a District’s operating budget is not easy.  Despite the challenge, we hope that you will take the time to review the information provided to help you understand the current status of TVUSD’s budget and the challenges that are ahead as we collaborate with all stakeholders to address our fiscal bottom line.  TVUSD is currently fiscally solvent.  However, over the next two years, with increasing ongoing expenditures and reduced revenue through the LCFF funding formula, we will be deficit spending.  Addressing the issues now will help us to reduce impacts to employees and student learning environments.

The Potential Impact in Dollars - TVUSD Needs To Reduce By $14.3 Million Dollars Over Next Two Years.  While our current budget status is not a new discussion, the challenges and potential impacts of reducing our overall budget by $14.3 million dollars will need to occur over the next two years.  Discussions among all stakeholder groups about the District's overall operating budget, including the development of the 2017/18 LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) will need to occur.  Detailed information about the District's current budget challenges can be accessed by visitng our dedicated budget updates webpage.