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Anderson Union High School District is gathering input and perspectives from a wide array of educational partners to inform the development of the AUHSD Local Control and Accountability Plan. The goal of the survey is to provide feedback to school and district staff, families, and communities about the district’s plan for supporting positive student outcomes through the LCAP. The Local Control Accountability Plan (LCAP) is a central component of California's school funding and accountability system, known as the Local Control Funding Formula (LCFF). The LCFF was enacted in 2013 with the aim of providing more equitable and flexible funding to school districts and charter schools, while also increasing local decision-making and accountability. The LCAP is a three-year plan that outlines the goals, actions, and expenditures a school district or charter school will undertake to support student achievement and overall school improvement. The LCAP must address eight state priorities, which include student achievement, student engagement, school climate, and basic services, among others. School districts are required to gather input from stakeholders, including parents, teachers, and community members, to inform the development of the LCAP. We welcome your participation in and sharing of this survey for completion by March 1, 2024.

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West Valley High School wants all of its students to be both college AND career ready upon graduation. Not only will students be on a default A to G college track, they will also be able to take courses that will give their high school diploma a career focus. In addition to teaching content standards, we also need to help our students to become life-long learners who are skilled at collaboration, communication, and critical thinking. We clearly recognize that we are responsible for preparing our students for a dramatically different future. Even though West Valley's academic program is strong, we as educators consider a broader picture for preparing students for college, career and life. 
It is our first step to ensure that our students will be prepared for success in high school as well as after. In order to ensure that they are prepared for life after graduation, there are important skills they will need to acquire. We will accomplish our goal by providing rigor and support as students develop their ability to read, write and demonstrate a high level of mathematical competence. Concurrently, we will provide opportunities for our students to learn and apply important 21st century skills.


Jessica Bettes
Jessica Bettes
Office: 530-347-7171 x 30020
Niki Simonsen
Jaden Tierney


West Valley High School

Phone: (530) 347-7171

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