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AB 86: Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant

Mountain View School District's Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant Plan provides for supplemental instruction and support to students, including those identified as needing academic, social-emotional, and other supports. The plan explains how MVSD will use the funds it received to implement a learning recovery program for students.

AB 86: Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant Plan

AB 86: Plan de Subvención para Oportunidades Expandidas de Aprendizaje

LCAP Federal Addendum

The LCAP Federal Addendum is intended to supplement the LCAP to ensure that eligible LEAs have the opportunity to meet the Local Educational Agency Plan provisions of the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA).

Below is the link to Mountain View School District's 2021 Federal Addendum for review.

LCAP Federal Addendum 2021

Budget Overview for Parents

Intended as a concise overview of the LCAP's budget, the LCFF Budget Overview for Parents is provided for review.

Budget Overview for Parents 2022-23

Local Control Accountability Plan

Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)

We invite all community members to view MVSD's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for 2022-23. The LCAP is a vehicle for transparency and community engagement.

Click on the link below to view the approved version of the Mountain View School District LCAP and Budget Overview for Parents.

2022-23 MVSD LCAP and Budget Overview for Parents

2022-23 MVSD LCAP - Spanish

Approved by the MVSD Board of Trustees on June 13, 2022


Local Control Funding Formula

     The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) represents the most significant change in California's funding system in the past 40 years.  One part of the new law is to improve academic outcomes by providing more money to school districts that serve high-needs students.  Another part is to give local school districts and community partners more authority to decide how to spend education dollars, and also hold districts accountable for obtaining results.

     As part of the LCFF, school districts, charter schools and county offices of education are required to develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP), beginning on July 1, 2014.  The LCAP is required to identify goals and measure progress for student subgroups across multiple performance indicators.  The LCAP must focus on eight areas identified as California's educational priorities.  The eight areas of specified State priorities are intended to encompass the key ingredients of high-quality educational programs.  The plan must include the overall vision for students, annual goals, and strategic actions needed to achieve the goals.  The district must engage parents, employees, students and the community to assist in developing this plan.

     The State has identified the following eight priorities, that are organized into three main areas:

Conditions of Learning

  • Basic (qualified teachers and standards-aligned instructional materials, school facilities in good repair)
  • Implementation of State Standards, including a focus on English learners
  • Course Access (offering a broad course of study)

Pupil Outcomes

  • Pupil Achievement (performance on standardized tests and prepare students to be college and career ready, English learners are proficient)
  • Pupil Outcomes (in subject areas)


  • Parental Involvement (efforts to seek parent input in decision making)
  • Pupil Engagement (school attendance rates, reduced dropout rates, increase high school graduation rates)
  • School Climate (pupil suspension and expulsion rates reduced, parents and teachers sense safety and school connectedness)
Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief

School districts that receive Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief (ESSER) funds under the American Rescue Plan Act, referred to as ESSER III funds, are required to develop a plan for how they will use their ESSER III funds. In the plan, an LEA must explain how it intends to use its ESSER III funds to address students’ academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs, as well as any opportunity gaps that existed before, and were worsened by, the COVID-19 pandemic. An LEA may also use its ESSER III funds in other ways, as detailed in the Fiscal Requirements section of the Instructions. 

On October 12, 2021, the Mountain View School District Board of Trustees approved the 2021-22 ESSER III Plan.  Click on the link below to view the entire document.


2021 MVSD ESSER III Plan (Spanish)


Click on the link below to access the California Department of Education's Frequently Asked Questions about Local Control Funding Formula and the Local Control Accountability Plan.

CDE Frequently Asked Questions on LCFF and LCAP


LCAP Educational Partners Advisory Committee

Mountain View School District maintains an Educational Partners Advisory Committee to consult, gather information and make decisions regarding the development of the Local Control Accountability Plan. This committee is made up of administrators, teachers, classified staff and parents representing each school site.

The next meeting of the EPAC is scheduled for Wednesday, January 25, 2023, 3:00 pm at the District Office.


A Community Partners Information Meeting was held at Ranch View Elementary on October 11, 2022,  at 8:30am & 5:00pm, to provide parents the opportunity to learn about the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).  

If you would like to submit your input regarding our LCAP, please download/print out the Input Form below and email it back or turn it in to your child's school office.

LCAP Community Partner Input Form 2023-24 (English)

LCAP Community Partner Input Form 2023-24 (Spanish)