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Each year, the Superintendent seeks feedback from schools, district departments, the unions and the community. This input is used to develop a budget proposal based on the amount of funding it can expect from the state and other sources. Our Board of Education reviews the proposal, and, ultimately, decides whether or not to approve or amend it. With ongoing and expanding use of evaluation data, SFUSD continually reassesses its efforts and allocation of resources to foster students’ academic success.


SFUSD LCAP and Budget Book FY 2018-2019






SFUSD LCAP and Budget Book FY 2017-2018


SFUSD LCAP and Budget Book FY 2016-2017

2016-2017 Recommended Budget and LCAP

SFUSD Budget Book FY 2015-2016

More about the 2015-2016 SFUSD Budget

Understanding the SFUSD Budget

Understanding LCFF and LCAP

In July 2013, Governor Brown signed into law a new way to distribute money to California school districts. Known as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF), it is the most comprehensive reform to California’s school funding system in 40 years. Alongside the implementation of the Local Control Funding Formula, districts are now also required to adopt Local Control and Accountability Plans (LCAPs), which are plans for districts to show how they will spend the supplemental funds on their high-needs students effectively.


Common Core State Standards Implementation Funds Spending Plan

Educator Effectiveness Block Grant

Education Protection Account Funds


Budget SACS Forms

First Interim Financial Reports

Second Interim Financial Reports


SFUSD Audit Report

SFUSD QTEA Audit Report

SFUSD Mello Roos Audit Report

Archived Documents