Local Control and Accountability Plan Survey
Each year, students, parents, staff, and community members are invited to share their ideas on the Local Control and Accountability Plan, a document that describes the Long Beach Unified School District's annual goals, services, and budgets. Please take a moment to provide your thoughts on the seven major areas of the LCAP. For additional context, visit:

It Takes a Village
http://www.lbschools.net/Asset/Files/EACCR/Parent_University/ITAV_E.pdf

LCAP Page
http://www.lbschools.net/Departments/Local_Control/

We thank you in advance for completing this important survey, which helps shape the way we serve our 74,000 students.
Goal 1
"Students will receive basic services that are fundamental to academic success, including qualified teachers, standards-aligned instructional materials, and appropriately maintained school facilities."

Sample activities from the current LCAP include teacher supports, instructional materials, technology, and plant / maintenance services.
What are your ideas for Goal 1?
Your answer
Goal 2
"Students will make academic progress on the Common Core State Standards so that they can be prepared for both college and careers upon high school graduation."

Sample activities from the current LCAP include professional development for employees, literacy classroom teachers, library education, tutorials, instructional aides, English Learner services, and Early Learning Initiatives (i.e., Transitional Kindergarten, etc.).
What are your ideas for Goal 2?
Your answer
Goal 3
"Students will succeed in Algebra to ensure high school graduation and expand college and career opportunities."

Sample activities from the current LCAP include math tutorials, online programs, and university partnerships (i.e., the CSULB-LBUSD Math Collaborative, etc.).
What are your ideas for Goal 3?
Your answer
Goal 4
"Students will participate and excel in rigorous coursework, including Advanced Placement."

Sample activities from the current LCAP include Advanced Placement courses, instructional materials, tutorials, summer programs, and exam registrations so that students pay just $5 (rather than $93) per test.
What are your ideas for Goal 4?
Your answer
Goal 5
"Students will demonstrate readiness for college and careers."

Sample activities from the current LCAP include counseling services, college advisers, free PSAT/SAT exams, free SAT preparatory programs, free college-level courses, free college readiness guides, college visits, career-based learning, and work-based learning.
What are your ideas for Goal 5?
Your answer
Goal 6
"Students will be actively engaged in their learning so that they can meet the Common Core State Standards and prepare for college and careers."

Sample activities from the current LCAP include nursing services, psychological services, summer school, Linked Learning, Male & Female Leadership Academies, elementary music programs, and foster youth services.
What are your ideas for Goal 6?
Your answer
Goal 7
"Schools will be safe, inviting, engaging, and supportive places for students, parents, and staff."

Sample activities from the current LCAP include community services, parent engagement, campus security, Safe & Civil Schools Initiative, restorative justice, and student advisory resources.
What are your ideas for Goal 7?
Your answer
Other Ideas
If you have any other thoughts, please provide them below.
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