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Picture that shows the Martinez Local Control   Accountability Plan  LCAP

Click this link to download a printable version of this document.

Curious About Our Data?

If you'd like to learn more about the data used to inform the LCAP, please visit our MUSD CA Dashboard website by clicking the icon below.

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February   (Stakeholder Engagement, Consultation)
  • Parent Survey Sent to All Families
  • Data Analysis/Needs Assessment 
  • Collect information for Annual Update
  • Feb: Survey Closes
  • EAC Meeting #1 (6:00-8:00 pm)
March   (Plan Development, Public Comment, Opportunities for Input, Response  & Revision)
  • EAC Meeting #2 (6:00-8:00 pm)
  • EAC Meeting #3 (6:00-8:00 pm)

April-June      (Revision, Information &  Adoption)

  • (April) Revise LCAP Draft based on input
  • EAC Meeting #4 (6:00-8:00 pm)
  • April - May:  Meet with PTA, DELAC, ELAC, etc. 
  • Early May: Board Meeting: LCAP information to Board, Draft to Board, Open Public Comment Period
  • Early June: LCAP Available for Public Comment 
  • Mid June Board Meeting - Final Draft Presented for Information 
  • Last Board Meeting in June: Adoption in Conjunction with Budget Hearing
  • by 6.30 - Submit to County Office of Education and Post on Website

Comments and Responses

Comments/questions and responses will be listed below. Comments/questions may be submitted by sending a written comment to your school site or the District Office at:

LCAP Comments
921 Susana Street
Martinez, CA 94553

Comment/Question: How will the district respond to my comment?

Response:  The district will provide a response in the same format received to comments and questions submitted during the written comment period.

2018-21 Adopted LCAP

Please click the image below for the 2018-21 Local Control & Accountability Plan that was adopted by the MUSD Board of Education on June 11, 2018.  


What are LCFF and LCAP?

LCFF (Local Control Funding Formula) requires school districts to involve parents in planning and decision making.

It also:

  • Shifts spending decisions from the state to your local school district.
  • Requires your school district to focus on the eight key areas that help all students succeed.
  • Provides extra funding for students with greater challenges.
  • Gives your district more flexibility for how to spend its money to improve local schools.

Click this link for the California PTA site with some very helpful information.

LCAP 2016-17 Summary of Action Steps

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