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Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan, LCAP, and LCFF Resources for School Districts

Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan Template Resources

The San Diego County Office of Education's year-long supports focus on guiding Local Education Agencies through the Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan (LCP) and the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) processes that are integral pieces of the state and federal accountability system for the 2020-21 school year. 

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2020-21 Professional Learning Opportunities

Putting It All Together (PIAT)

Our 2020-21 Putting It All Together series is designed to bring together district and charter school leaders to focus on just-in-time information and connect it to key actions and strategies for students' success and improvement in Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan and Local Control and Accountability Plan development. This year's session will include SDCOE's Curriculum and Instruction (C & I) team to provide a comprehensive approach in aligning State requirements with instructional design, learning loss mitigation, and MTSS tiered support.

Series by zoom

Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan Office Hours

Our team is offering 60-minute drop-in Office Hours for LEAs to address hot-topics and to answer LCP related questions. No need to pre-register. Join the meeting from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. by following these links: 

  • August 18, Hot Topic: Attendance and Instruction
  • August 25, Hot Topic: Special Education and High Needs Students
  • September 1, Hot Topic: Students experiencing Foster Youth or Homelessness
  • September 8, Hot Topic: Unduplicated students

Past 2019 webcasts

State and Federal Programs Leadership Network: Meet throughout the year with administrators to discuss best practices and related news.

LCAP 101

This free workshop is developed for anyone who is new to the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). During the session, participants will learn about important timelines, the LCAP template, and review local SDCOE approved LCAPs.  

Reserve Your 2020-21 Learning Continuity and Attendance Plan Initial Draft Review and Feedback Sessions

We are committed to continuing our Initial Draft review process, formally knows as "Fast Pass", for the Learning Continuity Plans - even with this condensed timeline. These one-on-one virtual 60-minute sessions will include:
  • a review of your district's LCP
  • feedback based on LCP instructions and SB 98 requirements
  • an opportunity to ask questions related to the LCP based on your local context
  • Contact for more information