An annual School Accountability Report Card (SARC) is produced for each school in the District. It provides valuable information for parents, teachers, administrators and the community, including:
Early in the fall, we produce Fact Sheets that summarize key facts from the previous school year (the most recent year for which we have complete data). Later in the year, we produce longer reports that provide details about our students, teachers, facilities, financial resources, and educational programs.
- description of facilities
- special programs
- academic and test data
- teacher/staff information
- school safety
- fiscal data
- and more
Please click a link to view the following:
- Parent's Guide to the SARC
- School Facts & Accountability Report Cards (SARCs) for all WPUSD schools, 2011 - 2012.
- School Facts & Accountability Report Cards (SARCs) for all WPUSD schools, 2010 - 2011.
- School Facts & Accountability Report Cards (SARCs) for all WPUSD schools, 2004 - 2008
- School Facts & Accountability Report Cards (SARCs) for all WPUSD schools, 2008 - 2009.
- School Facts & Accountability Report Cards (SARCs) for all WPUSD schools, 2009 - 2010.
The district LEAP Plan (Local Educational Area Plan) addresses our commitment to the five educational goals set by the federal government as part of the 2002 No Child Left Behind legislation to improve public schools. Those five goals pertain to: Students achieving proficiency in reading and mathematics; English Learners becoming proficient in the English language and reaching proficiency in reading/language arts and mathematics; all teachers being highly qualified; all students being educated in safe, drug-free learning environments that are conducive to learning; and all students graduating from high school. This plan is updated annually.
- Please click here to view the current Western Placer Unified School District LEAP Plan.
- Please click here to view the current Western Placer Unified School District LEAP Plan Title I Addendum.
- Please click here to view the current Western Placer Unified School District LEAP Plan Title III Addendum.
DAC (District Advisory Committee)
As a part of the receipt of EIA (Economic Impact Aid) funds from the State of California, the District must have a District Advisory Committee or DAC. The DAC's function is to serve in an advisory capacity on the District's administration of EIA funds. EIA funds are the state equivalent of federal Title I funds ~ and are intended to be allocated to sites based on concentration of students representing three different areas of need: SED (Socio-Economically Disadvantaged); LEP (Limited English Proficient); and/or EDY (Educationally Disadvantaged Youth).
- SED - Socio-Economically Disadvantaged - Free/reduced lunch and/or parents not graduating from high school
- LEP - Limited English Proficient - English Learners (EL) and Reclassified Fluent English Proficient (RFEP) students who have not yet achieved three years of proficiency on the English Language Arts section of annual standardized testing.
- EDY - Educationally Disadvantaged Youth - Students not yet reaching proficiency on English Language Arts and/or Mathematics sections of annual standardized testing.
DAC 2011 - 2012 Dates: May 25, 2012
DAC 2012 - 2013 Dates: TBD