Culver City Unified School District



Attached is the Culver City Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) (En Espanol). It is important to note that this plan is based on guiding principles meant to recognize the work that the district supports throughout all of our schools. The specifics of how these guiding principles will be addressed may differ based on the needs of the individual school. Also important to note is the overall goals of the LCAP. Unlike other district plans, this is specific to raising student achievement and closing the achievement gap that exist between groups of students. 

The plan was approved at the June 23, 2015 Board of Education meeting. Monitoring of the LCAP will take place throughout the 2015-2016 school year. There will be many opportunities to provide feedback to the implementation of and/or revisions to the LCAP.

Informal feedback can be sent to Please indicate the school(s) your child(ren) attend in the subject line.

Formal feedback can be provided during public meetings that will be scheduled in May (Please check back for dates and times)

Beginning July 1, 2013, the State of California changed the funding formula for public education and requires school districts to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is a plan that aligns the District's educational goals with financial resources.

School sites aggressively sought input in the Local Control Accountability Plan around the following four questions:

What is our school doing that is helping your child's success in school? Academically? Social/Emotionally?
What would you like to see improved?
What would you like to see our school do to help your child's success in school? Academically? Social/Emotionally?
What assistance can we provide you (communication, training, etc.) so you can better assist your student?