The Local Control and Accountability Plan (LCAP) presents an opportunity to measure the factors that are important to produce a well-rounded education for all students. As part of our process, we are asking for feedback that will be utilized to assess our progress toward meeting our objectives. This opportunity affords stakeholders a voice in the way the district and our schools will hold themselves accountable.
Please fill out the survey to have a voice in the LCAP:
Parents/Guardians: LCAP Parent/Guardian Input 2020
District Employees: LCAP District Employee Input 2020
El Plan de Control y Responsabilidad Local (LCAP) presenta una oportunidad para medir los factores que son importantes para producir una educación integral para todos los estudiantes. Cómo parte de nuestro proceso, solicitamos comentarios que se utilizarán para evaluar nuestro progreso hacia el cumplimiento de nuestros objetivos. Esta oportunidad brinda a los interesados una voz en la forma en que el distrito y nuestras escuelas se harán responsables.
Complete la encuesta para tener voz en el "Plan de Control y Responsabilidad" (LCAP):
Padres/Tutores: Aportación para LCAP de Padres/Tutores, 2020
If you are interested in one of our language immersion programs for your incoming Kindergarten student, please complete this form. *Current siblings priority enrollment January 1 - January 15, 2020
Immersion parent information meetings will be held on Tuesday, January 21 and Tuesday, February 25 at 6:00 pm. Both meetings will be held at Lakeside Middle School Theater, located at 11833 Woodside Avenue, Lakeside.
School tour dates will be posted on school websites for Lakeview, Lemon Crest and Winter Gardens/Riverview
Enrollment will begin March 1, 2020
The California Healthy Kids Survey (CHKS) is a powerful tool for use in K-12 schools that can help schools and districts accurately identify areas of student and school strengths and weaknesses, and address related needs. It provides a comprehensive, data-driven, decision-making process to guide efforts to improve school climate, learning supports, and engagement, as well as identify and increase the quality of health, prevention, and youth development programs. CHKS assesses a broad range of key learning and health-related indicators and collects student data on attitudes, behaviors, and experiences related to school and learning. School connectedness, developmental supports and opportunities, safety, violence and harassment, substance use, and physical and mental health are some of the key areas assessed by the survey. The research-based assessment of factors that promote resilience and positive youth development is one of the surveys many unique benefits. The CHKS allows schools and districts to receive relevant, useful knowledge that may be used in guiding service/program development. Please visit the California Healthy Kids Site to view the prior years' data for LUSD.
2019 CHKS - Elementary Core Module - English - 5th Grade
2019 CHKS - Elementary Core Module - Spanish - 5th Grade
2019 CHKS - Elementary Social Emotional Health - English - 5th Grade
2019 CHKS - Elementary Social Emotional Health - Spanish - 5th Grade
2019 CHKS - Middle School Core Module - English - 7th Grade
2019 CHKS - Middle School Social Emotional Health - English - 7th Grade
2019 CHKS - Middle School Social-Emotional Health - Spanish - 7th Grade
2019 CHKS - Middle School AOD Module - English - 7th Grade
2019 CHKS - Middle School AOD Module - Spanish - 7th Grade
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Registration for all schools for the 2020/2021 school year will open March 1, 2020. Our schools will use online parent portal for registration. Visit our New Enrollment page for more information.
Inter District Transfer/School of Choice
Open Enrollment window for the upcoming school year is February 1 - April 15 annually. Parents may submit a request for an Inter-district permit or School of Choice form at any time during the school year. Applications will be processed and decision results will be provided to parents within 30 days of receiving the application request form.
Applications during open enrollment that are received after the April 15th deadline will be placed on our waiting list. Waiting list applicants will be informed as soon as slots appear, which may not happen until after the new school year has started.
Which one does my student need?
Registration for Transitional Kindergarten begins March 1, 2020 with our online parent portal. Children turning 5 years old between September 2nd and December 2nd, 2020 qualify for our TK program.
Our interest list to determine staffing will be available on the school website beginning February 1. For more information please select Eucalyptus Hills from Our Schools drop down menu at top of this page.