November 19, 2021
The Escondido Union School District is seeking community input on the district’s Local Control and Accountability Plan, known as the LCAP, which outlines services and programs we provide to our EUSD community.
Participate here via the interactive platform Thoughtexchange and follow the discussion focused on this guiding question: What are the most important things for us to consider as we allocate resources and prioritize our available services and programs to meet the needs of our EUSD community?
The Thoughtexchange platform gives all stakeholders an opportunity to share their thoughts and to view and comment on the thoughts of others. This Thoughtexchange opens Friday, November 19, and will be available for the next several weeks. Participants are encouraged to return to the Thoughtexchange frequently to rate new ideas. Input from all stakeholders – parents and guardians, community members, students, and employees – is essential as we evaluate the needs of our students, families, and employees.
The EUSD team looks forward to receiving ideas that support our academic achievement and district goals, highlight areas of improvement, and help us set future goals. Feedback is a critical part of our focus on priorities in support of student success, and we appreciate your participation.