Benicia Unified School District


On July 1, 2013, Governor Jerry Brown signed into law the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), the most comprehensive reform to California’s school funding system in 40 years. It is a huge win for schools and students and was passed with bi-partisan support as part of the 2013-14 California State Budget.

Benicia Unified School District is committed to developing a Local Control Accountability Plan to ensure we meet the educational goals of the district and is aligned to the state priorities.  We will offer opportunities for our stakeholders to engage in community forums to share input on what the district should prioritize as the most important action steps to meet the needs of all students.

Each year our District writes a Local Control Accountability Plan which outlines educational goals, actions, services and programs.  These gaols are monitored for effectiveness using a variety of metrics.

After the New Year, we will be conducting outreach to solicit input on our educational program.  This will be done via “Town Hall” forums and surveys.

In order to provide baseline information, we have developed a series of four short (less than 5 minutes each) videos.

  • Video 1: What is an LCAP?
  • Video 2: What is in our current LCAP?
  • Video 3: What is the budget for the LCAP?
  • Video 4: What does our Data tell us for developing the new LCAP?

These videos will be sent out each week to give everyone a chance to view them prior to providing feedback into our educational program.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at

Thank you so much for taking the time to watch these short videos.

Video 1
(What is an LCAP?)

Video 2
(What is in our current LCAP?)

Video 3
(What is the budget for the LCAP?)

Video 4
(What does our Data tell us for developing the new LCAP?)

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2023-24 LCAP
Current LCAP Documents

Strategic Plan – LCAP Archives

Strategic Plan – LCAP Data Archives