School Accountability Report Card



The Governing Board views school accountability report cards as an excellent way to inform the community about conditions, needs and progress at each school and to help provide data by which parents/guardians can make meaningful comparisons between schools. In addition, the process of developing the report cards gives the school staff opportunities to review achievements, identify areas for improvement, enlist local support and establish a vision for the future.

The Superintendent or designee shall maintain a process for developing annual report cards for each school site with input from all segments of the school community. After the report cards are issued, the Superintendent or designee shall provide opportunities for staff and the community to discuss their content and strategies for communicating the information contained in the cards to all stakeholders.

Legal Reference:

Education Code
33126 School accountability report card
35256 School accountability report card
35256.1 Information on salaries; inclusion
35258 School accountability report card information; internet accessibility
41409 Calculation of statewide averages
41409.3 Salary information required in the school accountability report card
46112 Minimum school day for grades 1, 2 and 3
46113 Minimum school day for grades 4 though 8
46117 Minimum kindergarten school day
46141 Minimum school day (high school)

California Constitution
Article 16, Section 8.5(e) Allocations to State School Fund

First Reading: 10/11/00

Governing Board Adoption: 11/8/00

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