School Planning & Reporting

Title I

Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act provides financial assistance to state and local educational agencies to support students who are at risk of not meeting the state's challenging academic standards. These funds are used to provide effective, evidence-based instructional services and educational activities in order to close the achievement gap. At Sage Oak, Title I funds are used to support or supplement the following:

Parent and Family Engagement Policy
School - Parent Compact
Parents' Right to Know

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

The LCAP is the written plan that details the school/district’s goals for improving student outcomes according to the eight priorities set by the state. It also shows the alignments of spending in meeting these goals. The LCAP process encourages parents and community members to provide feedback in relation to the plan and goals. There will be opportunities throughout the school year for parents and community members to provide feedback on the LCAP goals.

The state’s eight priorities are:

  1. Basic services, such as credentialed teachers
  2. Instructional materials aligned with state standards
  3. Safe, well-maintained facilities
  4. Programs and services that enable all students to learn to state standards
  5. Access to a broad course of study that prepares for college and careers
  6. Improved achievement and outcomes
  7. Engagement and parent involvement
  8. School climate

Sage Oak Charter School is authorized under Helendale School District. Sage Oak Charter School- South is authorized under Warner School District. Sage Oak Charter School- Keppel is authorized under Keppel Union School District. Below are the LCAP reports for the three charter schools.

Sage Oak Charter School

2022-23 LCAP

Sage Oak Charter School - Keppel

2022-23 LCAP

Sage Oak Charter School - South

2022-23 LCAP

School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

In accordance with Education Code 64001, LEAs participating in programs funded through the state's consolidated application process and any other school program they choose to include will develop a School Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA). The school site council is responsible for the development, annual review, and update of this plan. The content of the SPSA shall be aligned with goals for improving student achievement and address how funds will be used to improve academic performance.

Sage Oak Charter School

2021-22 SPSA

Sage Oak Charter School - Keppel

2021-22 SPSA

Sage Oak Charter School - South

2021-22 SPSA

ESSER III Expenditure Plans


Sage Oak Charter School - 2021

Sage Oak Charter School - Keppel 2021

Sage Oak Charter School - South 2021

Educator Effectiveness Block Grant Allocations Plan

2021-22 Educator Effectiveness Block Grant Plan

UPK Grant

SAGE OAK CHARTER SCHOOL

SAGE OAK CHARTER SCHOOL - KEPPEL

SAGE OAK CHARTER SCHOOL - SOUTH

A-G Grant

SAGE OAK CHARTER SCHOOL

SAGE OAK CHARTER SCHOOL - KEPPEL

SAGE OAK CHARTER SCHOOL - SOUTH



COVID-19 Operations Written Reports

SAGE OAK CHARTER SCHOOL

SAGE OAK CHARTER SCHOOL - KEPPEL

SAGE OAK CHARTER SCHOOL - SOUTH