SHAPING THE FUTURE FOR LOMPOC STUDENTS
The Lompoc Unified School District (LUSD) offers a quality educational program for nearly 10,000 students. Our district emphasizes cooperation, collaboration and individualized learning at all levels, and it is our top priority to ensure our students have the skills and resources they need to graduate high school and be prepared for college or good-paying jobs.
Most Lompoc Unified School District schools are over 50 years old. While some have been updated, many have not and are in need of major renovations and upgrades to ensure the health and safety of our students. Roofs leak, inadequate electrical, fire and security systems require upgrades, and outdated heating, ventilation and air‑conditioning systems need to be repaired or replaced.
Our Lompoc schools are in need of major renovations and upgrades to ensure the health and safety of our students. Click through the slideshow below to see examples of some of our district’s facilities that need to be repaired or replaced.
If we want our local students to succeed in high school, college and careers, they must be skilled in the use of today’s technologies and have a solid background in science, math and technology. Current facilities are inadequate to our students’ ability to build those skills.
Our students deserve to have the same educational opportunities as others in our region. In order to make facility upgrades at Lompoc schools and to meet current academic and safety standards, the LUSD School Board recently voted to place a $79 million bond measure on the June 2018 ballot. Please see the links below for more information about local funding.