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Moreland School District receives a combination of federal and state funding to provide for the education of our community.  Annually, the district follows the established requirements to provide evidence of compliance and transparency to the public.

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

California’s school funding formula, the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), was established to provide increased local decision making to meet the unique needs of each school district.  Each district adopts a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) to describe how the funding will be used to meet the district’s goals by outlining specific actions and services in relation to the eight state priorities over a three year time span.
This plan is created by engaging students, staff, parents, and community members in conversation around how the district can improve student outcomes, especially for under-performing populations.
To provide us with your feedback, please visit the Moreland School District LCAP Survey.
To view the Moreland School District LCAP, please view the following PDF. 
Local Education Agency Program (LEAP) Plan

The LEAP plan is a requirement for receiving federal funding sub-grants.  It includes specific descriptions and assurances as outlined in the provisions included in the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA).  The purpose of the LEAP plan is a set of actions to ensure that we meet the requirements, including needs assessment, consultations, and student academic services designed to increase student achievement and performance.

While the ESEA has been reauthorized as the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), most of the provisions will not take effect until the 2017-18 school year.  During this transition, we will continue to implement our approved LEAP plan.  

Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

Each school site develops a SPSA to improve academic achievement for all students.  Goals and actions align to the district’s LCAP and Strategic Plan but address the unique needs of the site.  The School Site Councils (SSC) review and update the plans prior to the Board of Trustees approval.  

School Accountability Report Cards (SARC)

School Accountability Report Cards are required by state law and act as a school report to the community for the previous year. They include curriculum, class size, student achievement, school climate, and contact information, as well as other information.

For additional explanatory material, including historical and background information, a definition of how required data are derived, and links to other Web resources for many of the categories of data included on SARC, please visit the California Department of Education.