Schools will resume on Tuesday, November 13, 2018. Thank you.
Las clases reanudarán el martes 13 de noviembre 2018. Gracias.
Oversight Committee Applications are available on the LUSD website, under Bond Measure, Measure E2018 or by clicking here The Oversight Committee will oversee the expenditures of Measure E2018. If you would like to assist with monitoring how the funds for Measure E2018 are used, please apply now! Applications are due November 16th and applicants will be notified by November 30th.
Lompoc Unified School District Fiscal Health
Because Lompoc Unified School District (LUSD) has a Bond Issue, (Measure E2018) before district voters on November 6th, 2018, it is important for voters to clearly understand the District’s fiscal situation and Bond rating.
Lompoc Unified School District, must submit it’s fiscal reports 4 times each year to the Santa Barbara County Office of Education (all California School Districts must meet this requirement). LUSD has always received a “Positive,” certification from the County office, the highest possible rating.
A positive rating certifies that LUSD can meet all its financial obligations and meets or exceeds the required amount of money in reserve. While the state requires only a 3% reserve, at the end of the three year budget projection, the LUSD Board of Education requires an additional 2%. LUSD meets the 5% reserve requirement at the conclusion of the 2020-2021 fiscal year, indicating sound fiscal management over this current budget cycle and the two following cycles.
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Lompoc Unified School District has maintained a clear and articulate focus on the goals of the District. The goals were established prior to the development of the first LCAP and have been the driving force behind the work done in the District to increase and improve services for all students, principally directed to low income, English learners and foster youth. Please take a look at PDF of 2018-2019 Adopted Local Control and Accountability Plan and Annual Update (LCAP)
We would like to inform you that the Lompoc Unified School District Board of Education voted to place a school bond on the November 6, 2018, ballot. The LUSD Master Plan, a comprehensive assessment of LUSD facility needs, can be found on our website at www.lusd.org. Although the Master Plan’s needs assessment is far greater than Lompoc’s current bonding capacity, the passage of this bond will give LUSD the means to address the highest priority items listed in the Master Plan. Please feel free to reach out to us with any questions about the Master Plan at Facilities@lusd.org. Have a great weekend!
El Plan de Maestro del LUSD, una evaluación integral de las necesidades de las Instalaciones del LUSD, está disponible en nuestra página web en www.lusd.org. Aunque la evaluación de necesidades en el Plan Maestro es mucho mayor que la capacidad actual de medidas de bonos de Lompoc, la aprobación de esta medida dará al LUSD los medios para abordar las necesidades de mayor prioridad indicados en el Plan Maestro. Por favor, si tiene alguna pregunta no dude en comunicarse con nosotros acerca del Plan Maestro a Facilities@lusd.org. ¡Que pasen un buen fin de semana!
A Facilities Master Plan uses District data to provide a comprehensive study of facility needs. It is a document to be used for continuous planning of educational facilities so that they meet the districts changing needs.
The purpose of the Master Plan is to provide a roadmap for school facilities that accommodate current and future educational programs. The plan is used as a guide for assessing the need for facility improvements and investments needed to implement the improvements. It is a living document that can be updated periodically as enrollment projections are updated and educational goals are changed. (PDF of Master Plan)
5:30 PM School Board Meeting
5:30 PM School Board Meeting