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Single Plan for Student Achievement (SPSA)

Pursuant to California Education Section 64001, schools that receive state and federal funding through the district’s Consolidated Application (ConApp) process are required to prepare Single Plans for Student Achievement (SPSA). The SPSAs are blueprints to improve the academic performance of all students. California Education Code Section 64001 also requires that School Site Councils (SSC) develop the SPSAs which include approving the plans, recommending them to the local governing board for approval, monitoring their implementations, evaluating the effectiveness of the planned activities and reviewing the proposed expenditures of funds allocated to the school on an annual basis. Click on the school name below to view its Single Plan for Student Achievement for 2023 – 2024: