Introduced last year as a component of California’s new funding formula, the LCAP requires school districts to identify annual goals, take action and measure progress on a number of fronts, including academic achievement, school climate and parent engagement. Because LCAPs cover three years, IUSD's latest task is to update priorities drafted for the 2015-16 and 2016-17 school years while considering options for 2017-18.
IUSD's LCAP outlines four primary goals:
1. Ensure all students attain proficiency in the current content standards.
2. Ensure access to rigorous and relevant learning tools, resources, and skills for all staff and students.
3. Cultivate a positive school culture and system of supports for personal and academic growth.
4. Communicate effectively and form strategic alliances to secure the support and resources necessary to deliver our vision.
Your participation in this process is critical. Please take a moment to check out IUSD's most recent LCAP at www.iusd.org/LCFF-LCAP or a summary of district goals and actions at http://tinyurl.com/llhkcgr. Then take a few minutes to complete the brief survey below.