What is LCAP?
California schools are now funded under a new model known as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Under this new model, districts are required to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP guides priorities for budget development in eight areas. This process provides opportunities for community input. Please see the overview sheet (PDF) in the links below.
Our 2022-2023 Calendar of Meetings will be posted soon. Our first Planning Meeting will take place in December. Our first Community Meeting will take place in January.
The most current version of the LCAP can be found here:
LCAP Alternate Metrics - Alternate metrics discussed at 6/22/22 Board Meeting
LCAP 2021-24 - Approved by San Bernardino Superintendent of Schools - 9/8/2021
Extended Learning Opportunties Grant (ELO) - June 2021
Local Indicators Presentation - Presented to the Board on June 22, 2022
INFOGRAPHIC of Goals and Actions for 2021-24 LCAP (Public Hearing will be 4:00 p.m. on June 9. 2021 with School Board.) Please note that public comments in English and Spanish can be made at this link.
Current 2020-2021 LCAP Process
Please click the icons to for more information on the RUSD's LCAP process.
Visit these links to see other state and federally required plans for Rialto Unified:
- Frisbie Middle School - CSI Plan 2022/2023
- Charlotte N. Werner Elementary School - CSI Plan 2022/2023
- Preston Elementary School - CSI Plan 2022/2023
- Edward Fitzgerald Elementary School -CSI Plan 2022/2023
- ESSER III Expenditure Plan (County approved 12/2021)
- Educator Effectiveness Grant
- Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant (June 2021)
- Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (Fall 2020)