Medication that was not picked up at school sites before the end of the school year can be picked up at the LUSD District Office, located at 1301 North A St. Please pick up your student’s medication in the Special Education Department between 7:30 am and 4:30 pm. Medication that has not been picked up by July 13, 2018 will be disposed of. Thank you.
Los medicamentos que no se recogieron en las escuelas antes del fin de año escolar, pueden recogerse en la Oficina del Distrito Escolar LUSD, ubicada al 1301 North A St. Por favor recoja los medicamentos de su estudiante en el Departamento de Educación Especial entre las 7:30 am y 4:30pm. Los medicamentos que no se recojan antes del 13 de julio 2018 serán descartados. Gracias por su atención.
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 Review the Local Control Accountability Plan and Annual Update (LCAP) Template for 2018 - 2019
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!
General Registration Information - All Students - Grades TK-12 Parents or Guardians Must Accompany Students When Registering
Informacion General De Inscripcion Todos Los Estudiantes - Grados TK-12 Los Padres o Apoderados Legales Deben Acompañar a sus Estudiantes Cuando se Inscriban
Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) eliminates the need for collecting household meal applications to determine eligibility for school meals, relying instead on information from other benefits that families qualify for.
Schools with 62.5 percent or more students identified through their participation in other programs such as CalFresh and CalWORKS can offer breakfast and lunch daily to all students at no charge under CEP.
We are pleased to announce that Clarence Ruth Elementary School, La Honda Elementary School, Maple High School and Bob Forinash Community School will participate in CEP this next school year beginning August 15, 2018.
Meal applications will be replaced with a new form for parents/guardians to fill out at CEP schools. A confidential income form for the purpose of collecting the information needed to secure funding for the schools will be available on line and in the First Day Packets.
This is good news for students and their families. Students can count on two nutritious meals every school day, meal lines will move faster and allow students more time to enjoy their meal and social time; and concerns about “lunch shaming” and collection of meal debts are eliminated at CEP schools.