What is the LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan)?

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 (CCVS Sage Oak Charter) and is also a program of Community Collaborative Charter School and California Pacific Charter School. This allows Sage Oak to serve more students in a wider geographical area. Below are the LCAP reports for the three charter schools.


Community Collaborative Virtual School- Sage Oak Charter School

Sage Oak, program of community Collaborative Virtual School- Keppel Partnership Academy


Sage Oak Charter School - South

LCAP Trainings


Sage Oak has created trainings for parents and/or staff to help meet the various goals stated in the LCAP.

Creating and Using Rubrics

Successful Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties