LCAP Annual Stakeholder Survey
The Murrieta Valley Unified School District has partnered with Panorama Education Research to solicit feedback from parents, staff, and students regarding our Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP). Under California's school funding law, all school districts are required to annually prepare an LCAP.
Feedback from parents, students and staff is critical to a successful LCAP that fully addresses our district’s strengths and weaknesses. This information will be used to develop the 2021-24 school year LCAP goals and services. Therefore, as a valuable stakeholder in our school community, we are asking for your feedback on our goals and services over the past year. We recognize this past year was an anomaly and learning in a pandemic environment was challenging to some students and their families. Despite the challenges of this past school year, your experience as a Murrieta Valley USD stakeholder matters!
In order to preserve the integrity of feedback provided, this survey is anonymous by default. The responses are collected as data and presented as such. As an option, there is an opportunity to provide your contact information, if you have a specific concern, comment or feedback that requires follow-up.
The survey will take approximately 10 to 15 minutes to complete, and the time you take to provide us with feedback is greatly appreciated. To take this survey, please click the link below.
The LCAP outlines how the District intends to meet annual goals for all pupils with specific activities to address state and local priorities and includes:
- District-wide and school-wide goals, as well as specific actions to be taken to achieve the goals for all students, including specific subgroups of students, in each of the eight state priority areas plus any locally identified priority areas.
- Expected progress toward meeting the goals by describing actual progress made toward meeting the goals and adjustments to be made on an annual basis.
- Expenditures required for the actions and services including a description of how additional funds provided for low-income students, English learners and foster youth will be used to increase or improve services for these students.
The Murrieta Valley Unified School District's Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) for Fiscal Year 2019-20 was approved on Thursday, June 13, 2019.