Bonsall Unified School District LCAP 2020-2023
LCAP Community Input Survey
LCAP: A Focus on Accountability
Bonsall Unified School District is required to develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP is required to identify annual goals, specific actions geared toward implementing those goals and must measure progress for student subgroups across multiple performance indicators based on eight priorities set by the State. The eight priorities fall under three main categories: Conditions for Learning, Engagement, and Student Outcomes
CONDITIONS FOR LEARNING: Priorities 1, 2, & 7
Priority #1: BASIC SERVICES - Compliance with Williams requirements, sufficient instructional materials, and facilities in good repair

Priority #2: IMPLEMENTATION OF STATE STANDARDS - Implementation of the Common Core State Standards, English Language Development Standards, as well as the Next Generation Science Standards. Implementation includes how the programs and services will enable English Learners (ELs) to access the academic and performance standards and the English Language Development Standards.

Priority #7: COURSE ACCESS - The extent to which students have access to, and are enrolled in, a broad course of study that includes core subject areas including the programs and services developed and provided to economically disadvantaged students, English Learners, foster youth, and students with exceptional needs.
ENGAGEMENT: Priorities 3, 5, & 6
Priority #3: PARENT INVOLVEMENT - Parent involvement, including efforts the school district makes to seek parent input in making decisions.

Priority #5: STUDENT ENGAGEMENT - Student engagement is measured by multiple indicators, but not limited to rates associated with attendance, chronic absenteeism, dropout (middle and high school), and high school graduation.

Priority #6: SCHOOL CLIMATE - School climate as measured by multiple indicators including, but not limited to student suspension and expulsion rates, as well as other local measures assessing safety and school connectedness.
STUDENT OUTCOMES: Priorities 4 & 8
Priority #4: Student Achievement - Student achievement as measured by multiple indicators including, but not limited to, assessment data, college readiness, and language proficiency.

Priority #8: Other Student Outcomes - Student outcomes as measured by multiple indicators, but not limited to, assessment data in other required areas of study including physical education and the arts.
Please tell us about yourself *
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Please identify your BUSD school association *
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Please choose any that may apply to your student(s): *
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In an effort to ensure BUSD received input on the LCAP from all district stakeholders, please indicate the race or ethnicity of your student(s). *
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Conditions for Learning: Priorities 1, 2, & 7
State Priority #1: Basic Services - Access to appropriate textbooks, learning materials, and credentialed teachers is important to ensuring students succeed in school. BUSD ensures all students have textbooks and access to all of the materials they need for their classes. Additionally, BUSD understands that having a safe, clean, and functional school facilities are important to student learning.
How satisfied are you with the conditions of BUSD schools related to instructional materials? *
How can we improve in terms of instructional materials?
How satisfied are you with the level of instruction your student(s) receive from their teachers? *
How can we improve in terms of the instruction your student(s) receives?
How satisfied are you with the conditions of BUSD schools related to facilities? *
How well is BUSD doing in creating a welcoming environment for all families in the community? *
How can we improve in creating a welcoming environment?
State Priority #2: Implementation of State Standards - BUSD ensures school programs and services enable all students, including English Learners, to access California's academic and performance standards, including Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts, Math, Next Generation Science Standards, and English Language Development Standards.
How satisfied are you with the implementation of the California academic and performance standards? *
How can we improve our implementation of the California academic and performance standards?
State Priority #7: Course Access - BUSD is taking steps to ensure all students are prepared to take classes that will prepare them for college and careers. Students are assessed for grade-level proficiency using standards-aligned instructional strategies to support student learning.
How much do you agree with the following statement: My student and I are able to speak to their counselor about college requirements, class changes, college and career planning, and personal issues (Middle and High School students only). *
How much do you agree with the following statement? BUSD supports all students to be successful in school and to be college and career ready. *
How can we improve in this area?
How satisfied are you with BUSD's implementation of a rigorous course of study, enrichment opportunities, PE, and electives? *
How can we improve our implementation of a rigorous course of study, enrichment opportunities, PE, and electives?
How well is BUSD doing in the task of connecting classroom learning to real-world experience? *
How can we improve in the task of connecting classroom learning to real-world experience?
How well is BUSD doing in providing interventions/support for underperforming students? *
How can we improve in providing interventions/support for underperforming students
Engagement: Priorities 3, 5, & 6
State Priority #3: Parent Involvement - BUSD values parents and takes the following actions to support parent involvement in schools: informing parents and guardians about individual student achievement; regular communication with parents.
How well does your student's school keep you informed on issues, upcoming events, and encourages your involvement in the school? *
How can we improve in this area?
My child's school welcomes parent/guardian input with school decisions. *
How can we improve in this area?
Have you participated in any parent advisory group meetings including PTA, PING, School Site Council, English Learner Advisory Group (ELAC/DELAC), other? *
In the past year, how many events/meetings have you attended at your child's school? *
State Priority #5: Student Engagement - Consistent school attendance and being involved in school activities are ways to keep students connected to the school.
How satisfied are you with the efforts the district makes to maintain and/or increase student attendance and involve students in school activities? *
How can we improve in this area?
State Priority #6: School Climate - BUSD wants all students to feel safe at school and to feel engaged in their school community. BUSD is taking steps to ensure high standards for student behavior.
How satisfied are you with BUSD's efforts to ensure students feel connected to their school community? *
How can we improve in this area?
How well is BUSD doing in providing a safe environment for your students? *
How can we improve in this area?
State Priorities 4 & 8
Priority #4: Student Achievement - Student achievement as measured by multiple indicators including, but not limited to assessment data, college readiness, and language proficiency.

Priority #8: Other Student Outcomes - Student outcomes as measured by multiple indicators, but not limited to assessment data in other required areas of study including physical education and the arts.
Schools use a variety of Other Student Outcomes (I.e. physical fitness and responses to the California Healthy Kids Survey). How well informed are you of the various measures being used by the school or district to understand the needs of students? *
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