Dear Simi Valley Unified School District Community,
As part of the new funding formula for public education in California, school districts must develop, adopt, and annually update a three-year plan called the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP describes the school district’s overall vision for learning and creates goals for all students for each of eight state educational priorities.
The process for developing and approving the LCAP requires school districts to consult with all stakeholders involved in public education, including parents, students and community members. The state has clearly established the importance of stakeholder input in creating and evaluating the LCAP.
From Feb. 25 to March 17, 2014, the Simi Valley Unified School District promoted a survey to all SVUSD stakeholders. It was from this survey’s results that the district identified needs and created goals shown in the LCAP.
We invite you to visit the SVUSD’s LCAP web page. On the site, there is more information on the LCAP, the current SVUSD LCAP draft, and a form for public comment. The link below will guide you to the site. PLEASE DO NOT COMMENT ON THIS BLOG FOR THE LCAP! All comments must be gathered from the form for public comment. Thank you for your participation.