Below you will find a list of items that have been implemented based on suggestions made in past surveys as essential to improving the educational program for MCAA students. This year, we are asking you to evaluate the importance of these items in an effort to guide our future budget and educational program planning.

Items listed below are in no particular order:

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* 3. Maintain or increase the number of Advanced Placement classes offered.

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* 4. Continue to purchase Advanced Placement textbooks.

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* 5. Maintain before/after school tutoring for students.

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* 6. Maintain the level of textbooks, equipment, and materials for all classes.

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* 7. Maintain funding for instructional program consumables.

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* 8. Continue to save money to replace old and outdated computers.

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* 9. Continue to support teachers and classroom instruction through professional development.

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* 10. Maintain funding to support the arts programs.

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* 11. Continue to support struggling students by funding a retired teacher to tutor students.

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* 12. Continue to work with the district to develop a plan to build a new theater or renovate the old one.

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* 13. Continue to work with the district to develop a plan to build a new band room.

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* 14. Continue to maintain a safe facility and the budget to make needed repairs or additions.

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* 15. Provide job shadow/career fairs to expose students to career opportunities.

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* 16. Maintain communication with parents through Illuminate software, communication software, the AERIES program, translators, and homeless advocates.

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* 17. Develop and expand Career Technical Education (CTE) programs.

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* 18. If you feel a critical item has been overlooked, please list the item and include a brief comment highlighting the area you would like considered in the 2019-20 LCAP.

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