Parent Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) Input Survey (2018-19) English
Introduction:
The State of California requires school districts and charter schools to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) to gather input from students, teachers, parents, community members, and public agencies to determine the goals, actions, and budget priorities for the district or charter school. To this end, please take a few moments to give your input to this important process for New Designs Charter School. Thank you.

NOTE: If you have children at both schools you have the option to complete the survey more than once. We value your feedback as it pertains to each specific school site.

Demographics:
Please indicate which school you are most associated with.
My child .... (select all that apply)
Student Achievement:
Please share your perceptions about student achievement at your school and make suggestions for improvement.
Students are achieving (grades, state and local assessments,college and career readiness, improving language for English Learners, etc.)
I am satisfied with my school's ability to support my child's achievement.
If you disagree, please provide further explanation on what you think your child's school can do to improve student achievement.
Your answer
Student Connections and Engagement:
Please share your perceptions about student connections and engagement at your school and make suggestions for improvement.
Students are connected and engaged (as evidenced by attendance rates, school spirit, participation in clubs and extracurricular activities, etc.).
I am satisfied with my school's ability to engage my child.
If you disagree, please provide further explanation on what you think your child's school can do to improve student achievement.
Your answer
Parental Involvement and Participation:
Please share your perceptions about parent involvement and participation at your school and make suggestions for improvement.
Your child's school encourages parental involvement and participation.
I am satisfied with my school's encouragement of parent involvement.
If you disagree, please provide further explanation on what you think your child's school can do to further engage its parent community.
Your answer
School Climate:
Please share your perceptions about the climate at your school and make suggestions for improvement.
Your child's school maintains a positive school climate (as evidenced by students feeling physically and psychologically safe, etc.).
I am satisfied with the overall climate at my child's school.
If you disagree, please provide further explanation on what you think your child's school can do to further keep students, teachers and families safe at all times.
Your answer
Student Access to Curriculum and Materials:
Please share your perceptions about student access to curriculum and materials at your school and make suggestions for improvement.
Your child's school has sufficient student access to instructional materials, including technology.
I am satisfied with my child's access to technology and materials at their school.
If you disagree, please provide further explanation on what you think your child's school can do to increase student access to textbooks, classroom resources, computers, the internet, etc.
Your answer
School Facilities:
Please share your perceptions about the facilities at your school and make suggestions for improvement.
Your child's basic school facilities are in good repair.
I am satisfied with the facilities at my child's school.
If you disagree, please provide further explanation on what you think New Designs can do to improve the facilities at the school.
Your answer
Course Availability and College Preparation:
Please share your perceptions about course availability and college preparation at your school and make suggestions for improvement.
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.).
I am satisfied with the course access and academic preparation my child receives at their school.
If you disagree, please provide further explanation on what you think New Designs can do to better ensure student access to courses that prepare students for success in high school, college, the arts and beyond.
Your answer
School Priorities:
Which State Priorities should be the focus of school resources? Please select your top three priorities from list below in order of priority (1=most important; 2=second most important and 3=third most important).
Which goal is your highest priority? Choose.
Which goal is your second highest priority? Choose.
Which goal is your third highest priority? Choose.
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