Please take the SCUSD School Climate survey to inform how
our district and our schools are meeting the needs of our
families and students. The survey will be open
from February 3 to March 6, 2020.
The district surveys families every year for their
opinion on issues such as safety and feelings of connectedness to
school. We hope you will share your opinion every year, and
complete one survey for every school that your students
Board members and Superintendent Aguilar appointed 16 members to
the LCAP Parent Advisory Committee on September 20, 2018. The
initial meeting is Monday, September 24, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. at the
Serna Center Washington Room. Meetings are open to the public.
Below are the names of the newly appointed members of the LCAP
Districts around the state of California acknowledge that
communicating about the LCAP is a major challenge. From the
California Collaborative for District Reform’s July 2016
Many districts have responded to communication challenges
by developing their own supplemental materials; executive
summaries have emerged as one strategy for making LCAP
information more accessible. District approaches vary widely,
and little information exists in the field about how to create
useful documents or outreach materials.
Please take a moment to review SCUSD’s one-page
infographic that captures the highlights of the document.
This document describes the actions, services and expenditures
that are in place for the 2016-17 school year.
As per education code, the LCAP Parent Advisory Committee (LCAP
PAC) and the LCAP English Learner Parent Advisory Committee (EL
PAC) reviewed the Draft 2016-17 LCAP and have provided comments
on the draft.
The Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) has been the subject of
many opinion pieces, research studies and government reports. A
selection of credible print resources are linked here for those
who wish to have more background on current topics in education,
LCFF, and the plan for its implementation, the Local Control and
Accountability Plan (LCAP).