LOCAL CONTROL ACCOUNTABILITY PLAN (LCAP)

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* 1. I am a:

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* 2. My child/children attend: (check all that apply)

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* 3. Is/has your child or are/have your children received support from any of the following programs? (Select all that apply)

PART 1:
The following survey questions relate to the District Local Accountability Control Plan (LCAP) and funding targeted to increasing and/or improving services which target State Priorities 1-8.

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* 4. State Priority 1:  Basic Services (Please select all services that you feel should be a focus for funding within the LCAP)

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* 5. State Priority 2:  Implementation of State Standards (Please select all services that you feel should be a focus for funding within the LCAP)

State Priority 3: Parental Involvement (This portion will be addressed in Part 2 of this survey)

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* 6. State Priority 4:  Student Achievement (Please select all services that you feel should be a focus for funding within the LCAP)

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* 7. State Priority 5:  Student Engagement (Please select all services that you feel should be a focus for funding within the LCAP)

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* 8. State Priority 6:  School Climate (Please select all services that you feel should be a focus for funding within the LCAP)

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* 9. State Priority 7:  Course Access (Please select all services that you feel should be a focus for funding within the LCAP)

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* 10. State Priority 8:  Other Student Outcomes (Please select all services that you feel should be a focus for funding within the LCAP)

PART 2:
Parental Involvement Survey (You will be able to complete this survey again for another school if you wish)

NOTE: If you are not a parent, you can stop here and proceed to the end of the survey and select "done".

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* 11. Please select a school you are most affiliated with:

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* 12. Please answer the following items as they pertain to your child's school:

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1.  The office staff is friendly and helpful.
2.  Our school shows respect to all families regardless of differences (e.g. age, gender, race, cultural background)
3.  Our school communicates with families in multiple ways (e.g. email, phone, website)
4.  Our school encourages families to volunteer.
5.  Our school provides clear, two-way conversations about student progress or needs.
6.  Our school helps families understand how they can support their child's learning.
7.  Our school involves parents in planning for student transitions (e.g. middle school, high school, post-secondary, careers).
8.  Our school uses technology to meet the needs of today's students.
9.  Our school includes students as active participants in discussion of expectations and work quality (e.g. parent teach conferences).
10.  Our school explains the academic standards and how the curriculum is connected to those standards.
11.  Our school listens to families' concerns and demonstrates a genuine interest in developing solutions.
12.  Our school provides information on family rights and responsibilities under federal and state laws.
13.  Our school considers families to be partners in decision making.
14.  Our school provides families with information on school goals and plans.
15.  Our school distributes information on community resources that serve the needs of families within the community.
16.  Our school is a central part of the community.
If you would like to complete this survey again for another school, please click here.

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