Eureka Union
School District


Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP)Top of Page

The LCAP is a critical part of the new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). Each school district must engage parents, educators, employees and the community to establish these plans. The plans will describe the school district’s overall vision for students, annual goals and specific actions the district will take to achieve the vision and goals. The LCAP must focus on eight areas identified as state priorities. The plans will also demonstrate how the district’s budget will help achieve the goals, and assess each year how well the strategies in the plan were able to improve outcomes. The LCAP, a multi-year (3-year) document, includes five (5) goal areas which frame the priorities for our continual improvement. Our Board of Trustees approved the LCAP along with our District Budget at the June 30, 2016 Board Meeting.
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The following are highlights of each goal area:

Goal 1: Core InstructionTop of Page

The Eureka Union School District will continue to offer challenging core instructional programs to promote student acquisition of 21st century college and career ready skills and mastery of state content standards.

  • Implement adopted Language Arts curriculum for grades K-3 in 2016-17. In addition, continue further study to purchase California Standards aligned Language Arts materials for students and teachers in grades 5-8, in preparation for the 2017-18 school year.
  • Continue to work together to ensure that our students are highly successful in the mastery of the new California State Standards in all curricular areas.
  • Continued collaboration with the Roseville Joint Union High School District (RJUHSD) and neighboring TK-8 Districts will ensure that students are fully prepared for the pathways available to them as they transition from EUSD to their secondary educational pursuits.
  • Enhanced teacher collaboration provided through release time as needed to continue to improve the core instructional program.
  • Reduce Professional Development budget by 50% to address structural deficit to district reserves. 

Goal 2: Intervention and Student ServicesTop of Page

Raise levels of student proficiency, resiliency, and school engagement through targeted evidenced-based school and classroom practices, interventions, and supplemental services.

  • Offer Summer Boot Camp for identified English Learners and Extended School Year programs for eligible students with special needs, and Math Intervention Summer Camp for students in grades 4-6.
  • Coordinator of Student Intervention Support to provide support for all student sub groups, with special emphasis upon our English Learners, Foster Youth and students eligible for free and reduced lunch.
  • English Language Support Teacher will ensure targeted instructional support for English Learners, as well as developing plans for English Language Development (ELD) instruction.
  • Continued commitment to allocate School Counselors at all school sites to support implementation of a comprehensive school counseling program.
  • Optional course offering of Physical Education before the school day to provide students in grades 7-8 who require Specialized Academic Instruction the opportunity to participate in an enrichment course during the school day.
  • Additional school nurse allocation in order to address mandated functions and increased health needs of students.
  • Funding for CPR/First Aid and other student-related health training will increase certification of staff so that we are better prepared to address health needs. 

Goal 3: EnrichmentTop of Page

All Eureka students will demonstrate increased levels of mastery and school engagement through participation in a wide variety of courses of study, including enrichments and electives.

  • Offered a wide variety of opportunities for our students during our Summer Sessions this year which included our partnership with ESF to provide World Language courses.
  • Spanish Immersion Instruction during the school day will begin in 2016-17 with Spanish Immersion implemented in subsequent years.
  • Continue work on new and innovative approaches to serve our gifted students and provide support to staff.

Goal 4: Support ServicesTop of Page

Maintain effective and efficient operational and administrative support services to EUSD students and staff to ensure ongoing focus on the educational program and support of student achievement and engagement.

  • Technology replacement plan will allocate ongoing resources to support the replacement component of our Education Technology Plan. Reduce budget addressing structural deficit to district reserves.
  • Continue our focus upon the district-wide migration to the Google Apps for Education platform to allow for full collaboration and usage of available technologies at a much reduced cost to the District.
  • Launch new District website to improve communication for families and the public.
  • Increase utilization of our exemplary EUSD Transportation Services. 
  • Further evaluate actions and services with stakeholder input for further prioritization to determine where reductions may be made to solve the structural budget deficit. This will require ongoing review of performance data and program effectiveness to achieve most targeted use of reduced resources.

Goal 5: Learning Environment and FacilitiesTop of Page

Provide safe, well-maintained and environmentally sustainable facilities to foster effective learning environments and valued community centers.

  • Continued focus upon student, staff and community safety through implementing recommendations from safety and facility studies.
  • Investigate options for effective communications software to support emergency and disaster preparedness efforts through an Emergency Management System (EMS) program.
  • Investigate options for Visitor Sign-In/Sign-Out Sheets which allow for confidentiality and ease of tracking for volunteers, who is on campus, early dismissals from campuses, etc.
  • Research, plan, and implement measures for increased environmental sustainability to accommodate changing learning environments.

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