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The California School Parent Survey/ LCAP Community Survey

This year the California School Parent Survey and the LCAP Community Survey will be combined to coordinate parent feedback for a variety of school and district processes. The survey will gather information on academic programs; developmental supports provided to youth; school connectedness and barriers to learning, as well as behaviors such as physical activity and nutritional habits; alcohol, tobacco and other drug use; and school safety. The information obtained from this survey will help schools develop site plans (Safety Plan, Single Plan for Student Achievement, etc.) and help the District make decisions regarding the Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). Please find the link to your child’s school below to participate in this important survey.

 

School

Link to Parent Survey

Arthur Hapgood Elementary

surveys.wested.org/csps/MC963YZ

Buena Vista Elementary

surveys.wested.org/csps/XY663DF

Cabrillo High

surveys.wested.org/csps/DA464HQ

Clarence Ruth Elementary

surveys.wested.org/csps/ET923JD

Crestview Elementary

surveys.wested.org/csps/TH949KV

Dr Bob Forinash Community Day

surveys.wested.org/csps/JK473AD

La Canada Elementary

surveys.wested.org/csps/XY447RH

La Honda STEAM Academy

surveys.wested.org/csps/GW994PQ

Leonora Fillmore Elementary

surveys.wested.org/csps/EZ423RQ

Lompoc High

surveys.wested.org/csps/AT967FR

Lompoc Valley Middle

surveys.wested.org/csps/AG476DE

Los Berros Visual and Performing Arts Academy

surveys.wested.org/csps/AW373HQ

Maple High

surveys.wested.org/csps/HE927EJ

Miguelito Elementary

surveys.wested.org/csps/FR622XT

Mission Valley

surveys.wested.org/csps/TG376ZA

Vandenberg Middle

surveys.wested.org/csps/WJ974ND

 

Your child will be asked to be a part of our school’s California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS), sponsored by the California Department of Education. This is a very important survey that will help promote better health and well-being among our youth, improve the school learning environment, and combat problems such as drug abuse and violence. Your child does not have to take the survey. Participation is voluntary. Parental consent forms will be sent home and are available in the school office.