Accountability and Finance


Below you will find links to both School Accountability Report Cards, or SARC’s, and Local Control Accountability Plans also known as LCAP’s. Because we are a three charter complex, each of our schools has its own individualized report. At the Tracy Learning Center, it is our goal to be both fully transparent and to provide you with the most accurate and current data possible.


In reference to Education Code Section 41580 – College Readiness Block Grant, the following plan describes how the funds received will increase or improve services for unduplicated pupils to ensure college readiness.

College Readiness Block Grant Plan

Further information about the College Readiness Block Grant can be found at the California Department of Education Website.


The 2017-18 Advance Principal Apportionment (Advance) has been certified. The Advance is based primarily on prior year funding and establishes each local educational agency’s monthly state aid payment amount for July 2017 through January 2018.

The Advance letter and related Excel files are available on the California Department of Education’s Web site at . The letter and calculation detail provide useful information to understand the components of the 2017-18 Advance.

In addition, the Funding Rates and Information, Fiscal Year 2017-18 Web page and updated Local Control Funding Formula Gap percentages are now available at These pages provide funding rates and other information applicable to the 2017–18 Principal Apportionment and will be updated periodically throughout the year.


Who is the Title IX Coordinator for Tracy Learning Center (Primary Charter School, Discovery Charter School, and Millennium High School)?

Virginia Stewart
Tracy Learning Center
51 East Beverly Place
Tracy, CA 95376

Where can I get more information on the rights of a pupil and the public and the responsibilities of the public school under Title IX?

The following Internet resources are available to find more information regarding rights and responsibilities under Title IX:

California Department of Education Office of Equal Opportunity
United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights
Rights Accorded Under Education Code, section 221.8

Is there a statute of limitations for filing an alleged incident of harassment or discrimination?

Any parent, guardian, individual, organization has the right to file a written complaint of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying on the basis of a protected characteristic within six months from the date the alleged incident occurred or the complainant first obtained knowledge of the facts of the alleged incident.

The timeline for filing a complaint of discrimination, harassment, intimidation, and/or bullying is extended by the Executive Director or designee, upon written request by the complainant setting forth the reasons for the extension. Such extension by the Executive Director or designee shall be made in writing. The period for filing may be extended by the Executive Director or designee for good cause for a period not to exceed 90 days following the expiration of the six month time period. The Executive Director shall respond appropriately upon a receipt of a request for extension.

How are discrimination complaints investigated?

Complaints filed to TLC are conducted pursuant to its Uniform Complaint Procedures (“UCP”) policy. Under TLC’s UCP policy, the Compliance Officer has 60 calendar days from office receipt to investigate the complaint and to send a letter with findings to relevant parties. During the investigative process, TLC contacts complainant and other applicable parties to request documents and information. TLC includes an opportunity for the complainant to present evidence or information to support the allegations.

How may I file a discrimination complaint?

Per TLC’s UCP Policy, you may file a complaint with the compliance officer:

Virginia Stewart
Tracy Learning Center
51 East Beverly Place
Tracy, CA 95376

A complaint may be filed anonymously if it provides evidence or information leading to evidence to support an allegation of noncompliance.

Otherwise, a discrimination complaint may be filed with the Office for Civil Rights:

San Francisco Office for Civil Rights
U.S. Department of Education
Phone: (415) 486-5555

United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights Complaint Form