To prepare all students to be life-long learners by providing an environment that motivates them to grow to their highest potential and become community-minded, responsible citizens who participate in and contribute to society.

District Local Control and Accountability Plan

The District Local Control and Accountability Plan was approved by the Board on July 2, 2014.

Click the link below to view the approved plan:

EUSD 2014-15 LCAP  

September News

State Requirements for School Funding


As the 2014-15 school years begin we will be implementing the Local Control Accountability Plan that was Board approved in June 2014.   This plan requires local goals focus on improved student outcomes; goals are aligned with annual spending plan and are adopted every three years and updated annually. 


The LCAP must include a description of the following:

  • Annual Goals that are based on the state priorities for all students and “numerically significant subgroups”.   The numerically significant subgroups are defined by 30 students with valid test scores at the school or school district, except foster youth which is 15 or more students. 
  • Specific Actions:  What steps will the district take to accomplish the annual goals?  This includes district wide actions and school wide.
  • Description of Expenditure:  For each fiscal year of the plan, list and describe expenditures implementing specific actions include in the local plan.  It must also list and describe expenditures serving “unduplicated” students and students reclassified as fluent English Proficient.


In creating this LCAP the LCAP committee consulted with Teachers, Principals, School personnel, parents, community members and students.   The LCAP is posted on the District and the Yolo County of Education websites.


We shall be revisiting the LCAP and will continue to hold LCAP committee meetings to discuss the progress of the Goals we set for the District.


Parents who are interested in taking a part in this important committee are to contact Mr. Diego Ochoa, the lead administrator for the LCAP at (530) 787-3406 or dochoa@espartok12.org


Calendar of Events:


Wednesday, September 10th & 24th    School Board meetings

Monday, September 1st                       Labor Day - Holiday

Monday, September 15th & 29th          District Minimum Days


September 4th                                     Esparto Elementary Back to School

September 4th                                      Esparto Middle School Back to School

September 9th                                      Esparto High School Back to School

September 11th                                    Madison High School Back to School


Notice of Public Hearing

The Esparto Unified School District Board of Education under California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Guidelines 15312, will conduct a public hearing to encourage participation by members of the community regarding the District’s intent to declare real property bordering Harrison and Folsom Streets in Guinda, Yolo County, California 95637, located at Assessor’s Parcel Numbers 060-140-002 and 060-143-002 exempt from CEQA

Posted by: Susie Hedrick
Published: 9/19/14

School Lunch Program Information

Esparto Unified School District today announced its policy for providing free and reduced-price meals for children served under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program.  Each school and the central office have a copy of the policy, which may be reviewed by any interested party. 


See the attached file for more information.

Posted by: Susie Hedrick
Published: 9/4/14

Today: 9/19/14

Common Core Staff Development

Esparto Unified School District will be providing Common Core Staff Development for all teachers this year.  For more information, click the link below:

YCOE Catapult Learning Common Core Staff Development


Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF)

For additional information regarding the new Local Control Funding Formula, Click Here