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About Us

Established in the spring of 2007, Concerned African American Parents (CAAP) is a dynamic Parent Advocacy Team whose primary goal is to eliminate the academic achievement gap for our students. Yes, we are African Americans that are concerned about the diminished academic performance of many of our children, but we are so much more than an ethnic group taking care of its own, we are champions for education. We are champions for equality. We are champions for excellence. Most of all we are champions for change and innovation. 



Mission Statement

The Concerned African American Parents (CAAP) enables Laguna Creek High School students to secure sustained academic proficiency.

Vision Statement

All students at Laguna Creek High School with particular emphasis on African American Students will excel beyond basic standards in all academic coursework at all grade levels.

Core Values

Caring Community Involved in
Academic Achievement &
Adult Advocacy for
Parent/Student/School Partnerships


Annual Events

August - BSU Welcome Back Event 
November - Black Student Union Regional Conference
December - Family Holiday Festival
February - Black History Month & Talent - Variety Show
March - Black Student Union State Conference
May - Year end Celebration & Awards Ceremony

Monthly Events

CAAP Meetings October 8, 2019 January 14, 2020, May 12, 202
BSU Meetings
LCHS -1st and 3rd Tuesday 3:15-4:00pm
HEMS -2nd and 4th Tuesday 3:15-4:00pm
Tutoring: Daily and by appointment for any subject
SUCCE$$ Scholarship Assistance

Weekly Events or Meetings

Alpha Academy for Young Men 
BSU for all students 
Rising Scholars Mentor Program 
Peer to Peer Tutoring 

Laguna Creek Events - CAAP will be there!

Freshmen Orientation
Back to the Nest
Back to School Night
Open House
CAAP Contact Information

CAAP Contact Information

916-470-0823 (Joyce Brown)
916-417-9120 (Kishaun Thontona)
Laguna Creek HS, Room H-12
9050 Vicino Drive
Elk Grove, CA 95758