Local Control Funding Formula
What is the Local Control Funding Formula?
The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) represents a significant change in the way California schools are funded. The LCFF replaces the complicated Base Revenue Limit funding model and provides a consistent allocation of dollars to schools based on grade spans and numbers of students who are English learners, low-income, or foster youth. The LCFF, which will take eight years to fully implement, establishes a per student Base Grant target and supplemental funding allocations for high needs students. The following resources should provide answers to many LCFF questions.
The State Board of Education (SBE) and California Department of Education (CDE) are committed to supporting local implementation of LCFF. The LCFF Channel provides Implementation Insight videos for viewing or download to help facilitate local implementation of LCFF are available below.
Episode 1 – What is the Local Control Funding Formula?
Episode 2 – What Makes LCFF Different and Better?
Episode 3 – What Should LEAs Do Now?
Episode 4 – Performanced Based Budgeting and Planning
Episode 5 – Accounting and LCFF
The Evergreen School District will be establishing a Budget Advisory Committee beginning in the 2014-2015 school year. The Committee will be comprised of 15 community members representing the following groups: parents/community members (5), teachers (4), classified employees (3), and administrators (3). Committee members will learn about the District’s budget development process, share information with respective stakeholder groups and make appropriate recommendations for the Superintendent’s consideration in the Budget Development Process.
October 16, 2014
January 21, 2015
February 25, 2015
April 22, 2015
June 17, 2015
November 30, 2015
January 20, 2016
February 24, 2016
June 1, 2016
October 27, 2016
January 19, 2017
March 2 , 2017
May 3, 2017
June 1, 2017
Future Meeting Dates (Tentative)
Proposition 30 (EPA) FY 12-13 Spending Plan and Actual Expenditures
Proposition 30 passed in November 2012 and created the Education Protection Account (EPA). These funds are derived from the incremental tax increase approved by the voters. This means that effective July 2012, the Principal Apportionment received (our District's Revenue Limit funding) was reduced by an amount equal to approximately 21% and will be reallocated back to the District in a restricted form by June 28, 2013. There are specific requirements governing the use of these funds. Per Article XII, § 36 of the Constitution of the State of California, the use of EPA funds must be determined by the Board of Trustees at an open public meeting.
2017-2018 Budget Documents
2016-2017 Budget Documents
2015-2016 Budget Documents
2014-2015 Budget Documents
May 21, 2015
2013-2014 Budget Documents
2012-2013 Budget Documents
SB 754 Economic Impact Aid
Existing law provides economic impact aid funding to school districts based on the number of economically disadvantaged pupils and English learners enrolled in the school district. Existing law requires the Superintendent of Public Instruction to perform specified calculations to determine the amount of economic impact aid a school district receives for a fiscal year and further requires each school district to expend these funds for specified programs and activities.