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Local Control Accountability Student Survey
The Whittier City School District values student input as it prepares to develop its Local Control Accountability Plan, required by the CA Department of Education, of the implementation of the Local Control Funding Formula.
Local Control Accountability Plan Parent Survey
The State of California has changed the way education is funded. California now requires School Districts to develop a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP). The LCAP requires Districts to gather input from students, teachers, parents, and community members to determine the goals, and budget priorities for the District. Please take a few moments to give your input to this important process.
El estado de California ha cambiado la forma en que se financea la educación. California ahora requiere que los distritos escolares desarrollen un plan de control local de rendimiento de cuentas (LCAP). El LCAP requiere que distritos reinan aportaciones de parte de los estudiantes, los profesores, los padres, y miembros de la comunidad para determinar los objetivos y las prioridades presupuestarias para el distrito. Por favor, tome unos momentos para dar su opinión a este importante proceso.
Kindergarten Registration Information
Transitional Kindergarten Enrollment is OPEN!
Transitional Kindergarten (TK), created by the 2010 California law called the Kindergarten Readiness Act, is a program offered to area students whose birthdays fall between September 1st and December 2nd. TK offers a developmentally appropriate curriculum and is intended to better prepare our youngest learners for success in kindergarten. TK is an exciting, fun place for students to learn through exploration rich in language development.
Andrews School Recognized as a National Blue Ribbon School!
Click below to read the Press Release
Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP)
The new Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF) is the new way that school districts in California receive their school funding. LCFF law requires every school district to engage parents and the community in creating a Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP).
The Superintendent and Assistant Superintendent hold meetings with key stakeholders to share the goals and receive input in developing the LCAP. Click here for more information about the LCAP.
ORGANIZATION Celebrates Saving Energy Dollars, Environment
Whittier — As the nation celebrates Energy Awareness Month in October, Whittier City School District administrators are having a celebration ...more
WCSD's 1:1 iPad Initiative
The mission of the WCSD is to partner with students, parents, and the community to ensure learning so every student reaches his/her optimum potential and has a positive impact on a global society.