The Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAPs) are designed to outline our schools’ actions and expenditures to support student outcomes and overall performance. The LCAPs are three-year plans, which are reviewed and updated annually. In the plans, charter schools must describe goals and specific actions to achieve those goals for all students.
To access the latest versions of the Local Control and Accountability Plans for our American Heritage Charter Schools, please click on the links below:
As part of the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) and the Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) process, Local Education Agencies (LEAs) are required to submit an annual LCFF Budget Overview for Parents. The purpose of this document is to help parents understand their district or LEA’s budget.
Title IX Compliance
To access our Title IX Compliance documentation, please click on the button below:
Uniform Complaint Policy Form
To access our Uniform Complaint Policy Form, please click on the button below:
Education Protection Account
Proposition 30 was approved by the voters of California in 2012 and grants all K-12 schools the sole authority to determine how the funds received from the Education Protection Account (EPA) are spent, but with the following provisions:
- The spending plan must be approved by the governing board during a public meeting.
- EPA funds cannot be used for the salaries or benefits of administrators or any other administrative costs (as determined through the account code structure).
- Each year, the local agency must publish on its website an accounting of how much money was received from the EPA and how the funds were expended.
To view the latest reports for our schools' Education Protection Account reports, please click on the links below:
Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant
The Expanded Learning Opportunities (ELO) Grant provides one-time funding, to help schools better support students, in seven areas: 1) Extending instructional learning time, 2) Accelerating progress to close learning gaps through the implementation, expansion, or enhancement of learning supports, 3) Integrated student supports to address other barriers to learning, 4) Community learning hubs that provide students with access to technology, high-speed internet, and other academic supports, 5) Supports for credit deficient students to complete graduation or grade promotion requirements and to increase or improve students’ college eligibility, 6) Additional academic services for students, and 7) Training for school staff on strategies to engage students and families in addressing students’ social-emotional health and academic needs.
To access our ELO Grant plans explaining how each school will use the funds to implement a learning recovery program that meets the grant requirements, please click on the links below.