California School Dashboard
The California School Dashboard shows performance results for all California districts and schools on test scores, graduation, suspensions, and other factors important for understanding student outcomes. All school districts in California must align their LCAPs to help students who are showing low performance on the dashboard metrics. Learn more by visiting www.caschooldashboard.org
or by watching a video explaining the tool.
2018-19 LCAP Development
Development of LCAP for 2018-19 is currently underway. CUHSD formed an LCAP Committee comprised of over 50 students, parents, and staff. Superintendent Dr. Robert Bravo also held a Community Input Session on April 2nd, 2018. You can find the draft LCAP and LCAP Committee materials below.
Draft 2018-19 LCAP
The 2018-19 LCAP is currently under development. Click here
to view the current draft.
LCAP Community Input Session
Dr. Bravo led community members through a presentation and question and answer session on April 2nd, 2018 to get feedback on the District's LCAP. Presentation materials are below.
LCAP Committee Meetings
The LCAP Committee covers topics related to goals and strategies at each of the committee meetings.
School Climate Survey Results
Students, staff, and parents participated in school climate surveys. Click here
to see the district-level reports.
Meetings with Parent Groups and District English Learner Advisory Committee (DELAC)
Superintendent Bravo's designee Assistant Superintendent of Educational Services German Cerda met with the DELAC to discuss the LCAP on April 18. Superintendent Bravo met with parent representatives from school sites and the CUHSD Education Foundation to discuss the LCAP on May 7.
The final LCAP was approved by the Board of Trustees on June 30th, 2017.
Superintendent Bravo answered questions about the LCAP from the District English Learners Advisory Committee (DELAC) and the Parent Representatives group. You can view the questions and responses by clicking on the link below.
Community Input Sessions were held on Monday, April 17th and Wednesday, April 26th for members of the public to ask questions and provide input on the draft LCAP.
During February and March, an LCAP Committee consisting of 30 students, parents, faculty, and district staff were introduced to the LCAP process, reviewed district performance data, and brainstormed ideas for a new three-year LCAP. The district is reviewing this feedback and developing goals that are aligned to the California Department of Education's new accountability metrics that are reported in the School Dashboard
LCAP Committee Meetings
The LCAP Committee covered topics related to goals and strategies at each of the committee meetings.