December 11, 2019
Superintendent Dr. Luis Rankins-Ibarra and the Board of Education invite you to join the conversation to ensure that Escondido Union School District is providing the best education and support for the children of Escondido and their families.
The conversation is easy to join now via the interactive platform Thoughtexchange. This platform gives all stakeholders an opportunity to share their thoughts as well as to view and comment on the thoughts of others. Participate and follow the discussion focused on this key question: What are the most important things for us to consider as we prioritize our available services and programs to meet the needs of the EUSD community?
The information shared with us will help inform the Local Control and Accountability Plan, known as the LCAP, a blueprint tied to state funding that describes how our schools support the success of all students. Community feedback helps district and school administrators identify local needs and spending priorities. Participation is greatly appreciated. We look forward to your ideas that support our academic achievement and district goals, highlight areas of improvement, and help us set future goals.