Executive Summary 2016-17 Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

2015-18 LCAP

In an effort to provide clear understanding for our stakeholders on the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) and an executive summary of the IUSD LCAP, the attached infographic has been developed for our community. Click here to view infographic. Stakeholders that would like to have more detailed information can review the IUSD LCAP document below which includes attachments outlining our progress toward our goals. This document will also be used by principals to inform stakeholders and elicit their input on ideas for next steps in improving our instructional program and environment for students.




IUSD Legislative Priorities

Adequate funding is critical to achieve IUSD's goal to provide students with the best educational experience we can envision. Click here to view the District's Legislative Priorities for more information.


Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Approved for 2016-19

2015-18 LCAP

On June 28, 2016, the IUSD Board of Education approved the LCAP and budget for 2016-19. Throughout the 10-month LCAP process, IUSD engaged parents, students, teachers, staff and the community to help identify priorities for creating a better learning system for our more than 30,000 students.Thank you to the stakeholders who participated in this collaborative process. To view the 2016-19 LCAP, including all attachments, click here.

To view the IUSD Data Report that provides data on progress towards required metrics, click here.

Key stakeholder questions and answers regarding the 2016-19 LCAP were addressed by Superintendent Terry Walker. The document is available by clicking here.


Fall LCAP Survey for 2016-17 School Funding

Thank you for your participation in the 2016-17 (Local Control and Accountability Plan) LCAP fall school funding survey. We received 2,583 responses. The first survey started the 10-month LCAP process for the 2016-17 school year to assist IUSD in identifying annual goals, taking action on those goals, and measuring progress on academic achievement, school climate and parent engagement. Your input has been critical to IUSD’s decision-making process and has helped guide investments in the District’s priorities. A graph showing featured survey information can be accessed here. Detailed survey results can be accessed here.


Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) Snapshots

On March 25, 2016, the California Department of Education (CDE) released the 2015-16 Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) State Priorites Snapshot and the 2015-16 LCFF Funding Snapshot. This is the second year that the CDE has produced the State Priorities snapshot and the third year for the Funding snapshot. The snapshot graphically displays three years of LCFF data elements based on three state priority areas:

  1. Student Achievement
  2. Student Engagement
  3. School Climate


The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)

Beginning in 2013-14, the state of California brought major changes to the way school funding is allocated, with the goal of channeling greater resources to the students who need them the most.  This new funding is called Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP).  Under California's previous system for funding K-12 schools, there were more than 40 funding categories, each for a specific purpose identified by the state. The LCFF model has established three sources of state funding with increased local control to determine the best use of those funds.

  • Per-Student Base Funding – The district receives a base level of per-student funding that varies slightly depending on the grade level of each student. 
  • Supplemental Funding – This funding source adds 20 percent to the base funding for each English language learner, low income student and foster youth. 
  • Concentration Funding – The third level of funding is equal to 50 percent of the entire base.  However, this funding is only received if a district’s enrollment of English language learners, low income students and foster youths exceeds 55 percent of its total enrollment.   IUSD does not receive this third level of funding, because its enrollment does not exceed the 55 percent threshold. 



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