Student Services

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)​

As part of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), school districts are required to develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), using a template adopted by the California State Board of Education.  The LCAP is required to identify goals and measure progress for student subgroups across multiple performance indicators.

The Placer County Office of Education has generated a draft of the LCAP (based on 10 State and local priorities listed below) for public review.  Information and input from a wide variety of student, parent and staff data, including surveys, was analyzed and considered when writing the goals and action plans.  The draft plan was reviewed with local stakeholders including our LCAP Parent Advisory Group, our bargaining groups, and our administrative staff. 

State and Local Priorities

  • Basic Services (clean and safe schools, sufficient textbooks, appropriate teacher credentials)

  • Implementation of State Standards

  • Parent Involvement

  • Pupil Achievement

  • Pupil Engagement

  • School Climate

  • Course Access

  • Other Pupil Outcomes

  • Coordination of Services to Expelled Youth

  • Coordination of Services to Foster Youth

2015-2016 Pathways Charter LCAP

2015-2016 Court and Community Schools LCAP

2016-2017 Pathways Charter LCAP

2016-2017 Court and Community Schools LCAP

2017-2018 Pathways Charter LCAP - Board Approved

2017-2018 Pathways Charter LCAP - Board Approved - Summary - Spanish

2017-2018 Court and Community Schools LCAP - DRAFT

2017-2018 Court and Community Schools LCAP - DRAFT - Summary - Spanish

Link to Placer County Schools District LCAP's


PCOE invites public comments or suggestions about the LCAP; please send an email to with your comments or suggestions.