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Merced County school districts have suspended in-class instruction for the remainder of the 2019-20 school year and transitioned to distance learning. Click on the links below for information and resources.
Los distritos escolares del condado de Merced han suspendido la instrucción en clase durante el resto del año escolar 2019-20 y han pasado a la educación a distancia. Haga clic en los enlaces a continuación para obtener información y recursos.
In the 2013-14 school year, Merced Scholars Charter School (MSCS) began receiving funding via a system that has become known as the Local Control Funding Formula or LCFF for short.
The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) establishes a base grant for every student attending a public school in California. It then provides a supplemental grant for every student in a district who qualifies as low income, is a foster youth, or is an English language learner. Also, a concentration grant is provided to school districts where more than 55 percent of students receive the supplemental grant. LCFF's established grant levels are not expected to be fully funded until 2021.
Under LCFF, MSCS is required to prepare a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP), which describes our intention of meeting annual goals for all students. The LCAP must focus on eight state priorities: Student Achievement; Student Engagement; Other Student Outcomes; School Climate; Parental Involvement; Basic Services; Implementation of Common Core State Standards; and Course Access.
Based off of this information, MSCS developed its LCAP and annually updates the plan to ensure that the school is achieving its goals. You can view our current LCAP at the following link:
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