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Please read the LCAP and/or LCAP overview for parents and complete the survey (left).

You are also invited to join district administrators for a free dinner and brief presentation about the status of Waterford Unified School District, our challenges and successes, and our goals for students. This meeting will take place on January 30th, 2023, from 6-7:30 pm at Waterford Jr. High School.

Local Control & Accountability Plan (LCAP)


Conditions of Learning: Waterford USD provides access to a progressive and coherent instructional program that advances college and career readiness for all students at all grade levels.


Pupil Outcomes: Waterford USD students graduate from high school college and career ready, exhibiting early and continuing signs of college and career readiness.


Engagement: Waterford USD engages students, staff and parents in a supportive school climate that develops a sense of safety and school connectedness, and honors education as a collective responsibility.

Other WUSD Plans

As educators, we know the process of learning and growing is never finished. Waterford USD is constantly finding ways to keep our teaching methods relevant, update our campuses, and find solutions to overcome obstacles to student success.

In 2022, Waterford USD will be rolling out the Expanded Learning Opportunity Program (ELOP) . The Expanded Learning Opportunities Grant Plan is provided for your review in the left bar, and your learn more about the program on our Expanded Learning Opportunity Program page.