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Parent Input for Culver City Unified School District's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
The state of California requires school districts to gather input from students, teachers, parents, community members, and public agencies to determine the goals, actions, and budget priorities to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for the district. To this end, please take a few moments to give your input to this important process for CCUSD.
Please indicate which school(s) you are most associated with.
My child.... (select any and all that apply)
Current Perceptions and Suggestions
Please share your perceptions about current conditions at your school and make suggestions for improvement.
CCUSD seeks community input and promotes participation of all stakeholders in the decision making process for identifying, planning and implementing the educational program (books, technology, staffing, etc.).
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
1. Students are achieving (grades, state and local assessments, college and career readiness, improving language for English learners, etc.)
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
I am satisfied with my school's ability to support my child's achievement.
From your perspective, what can your child's school do to improve student achievement?
Your answer
2. Students are connected and engaged (as evidenced by attendance rates, school spirit, participation in clubs and extracurriculars, etc.)
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Strongly Agree
I am satisfied with my school's ability to engage my child.
From your perspective, what can your child's school do to improve student engagement?
Your answer
3. Your child's school encourages parental involvement and participation.
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Strongly Agree
I am satisfied with my school's encouragement of parent involvement.
From your perspective, what can your child's school do to further engage its parent community?
Your answer
4. Your child's school maintains a positive school climate (as evidenced by students feeling physically and psychologically safe, etc.)
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Strongly Agree
I am satisfied with the overall climate at my child's school.
From your perspective, what can your child's school do to further keep students, teachers, and families safe at all times?
Your answer
5. Your child's school has sufficient student access to instructional materials, including technology.
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Strongly Agree
I am satisfied with my child's access to technology and materials at their school.
6. From your perspective, what can your child's school do to increase student access to textbooks, classroom resources, computers, the internet, etc.?Your answer
Your answer
Your child's school facilities are in good repair.
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
I am satisfied with the facilities at my child's school.
What can the Culver City Unified School District do to improve the facilities at your child's school?
Your answer
7. Your child's school sufficiently prepares students for success in high school, college, and career. (i.e. access to Honors/AP courses, career/technical education, elective classes, etc.)
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
I am satisfied with my school's ability to support my child's achievement.
From your perspective, what can your child's school do to improve student achievement?
Your answer
What can the Culver City Unified School District do to better ensure student access to courses that prepare students for success in high school, college, career, the arts, and beyond?
Your answer
PRIORITIES
Which State Priorities should be the focus of school resources? Please select your top three priorities from the pull-down menus below.
Which goal is your highest priority?
Which goal is your 2nd highest priority?
Which goal is your 3rd highest priority?
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