Julian High is in the process of updating its annual school plan. The State of California calls the plan the “LCAP” (the Local Control Accountability Plan—and is pronounced “EL-CAP”).
Every year we look at what we’re doing as a school, where we’re headed and make adjustments. As you know: this has been a year full of adjustments! But we still need to come up with a formal plan. The first step is to get input from all our stakeholders: students, parents, staff, board, and community. That’s where the surveys come in—and that’s where you can help!
Please take a few moments to give your ANONYMOUS input—your responses will help guide the school as it makes its annual plan!
Each of the first 11 questions reflects the State of California’s new Eight State Priorities for schools. Please share your perceptions about current conditions at Julian High. The last three questions are open response so we can hear directly from you about your top three priorities for Julian High for the next school year.
The survey should take you about 5 minutes to complete!
Thanks for helping,
Dr. Patrick HefflinSuperintendent/PrincipalJulian Union High School
PS: The front page of our JUHSD.ORG website has a "Parent" survey and a "Community" survey--and they have the same questions! Please make sure that you're answering the correct survey based on whether you have child at Julian High School--or not!