School districts operate under both federal and state accountability systems.  School accountability systems are intended to sharpen the system’s focus on improving student performance. Performance targets describe what is expected each year, and schools and districts experience a variety of restrictions and interventions that escalate over time if adequate growth is not achieved. The state of California has a comprehensive accountability system to hold each of the state's public schools accountable for the academic progress and achievement of its pupils within the resources available to schools. 


Local Control Accountability Plan

Local Education Agency Plan

Local Education Agency Plan Goal 2

Program Improvement Plan

LEA Title III Plan Addendum

School Accountability Report Card
Single Plan for Student Achievement