From February 1 through February 15, 2019, PUSD will conduct our annual survey to gather stakeholder input on our Local Control Accountability Plan, or LCAP, which will shape the District’s goals and guide our budgeting priorities for 2019-2020. We want to hear from parents, students, staff, and community members! Please watch this video where Superintendent Marian Kim Phelps explains the importance of LCAP participation.
To make it as easy and convenient as possible to participate, we’re using a new online tool called Thoughtexchange that you can access right from your smartphone or computer. Your responses are confidential, and you can respond with as few or as many different thoughts as you’d like. After sharing your own thoughts, you’ll be asked to consider and assign stars to the ideas shared by others, to discover what’s most important to our community.
Click here to get started: https://my.thoughtexchange.com/#p753464261
Haga clic aquí para comenzar: https://my.thoughtexchange.com/?lang=es#p753464261
Thoughtexchange is essentially a virtual conversation, where you can share your thoughts, see the thoughts of others in your school community, and prioritize the thoughts most important to you. Look for an email next week to walk you through the participation process. For a one-minute overview of how it works go here. For the answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Thoughtexchange, go here for FAQs.
If you would still like to participate in person, we will be hosting four meetings District wide:
RSVP Here: https://goo.gl/forms/0oWJ7Wo1Lytf7JFP2
Whether you participate online or in person, we will be asking everyone to answer the following question: “What are the most important things to focus on as we continue our work to support all students?”
To help inform your answers, please take the time to review our current LCAP goals and the actions supporting them for the 2018-19 school year.
PUSD LCAP Goals and Actions 2018-19
The Poway Unified School District has a long and proud tradition of engaging stakeholders to ensure student success. To increase the depth and breadth of stakeholder voice, this year we will be using multiple formats to gathers input around these five critical questions.
Can’t attend a Community Forum or have more to share? Email your input to CommunityInput@powayusd.com
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